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 :: Meet Noelle ::

[[ Noelle is SBCS's Fall 2017 Pre-Licensed Intern from the University of Baltimore. ]]

Stating in September 2017 - Noelle will begin offering Pro Bono (free) individual sessions and/or group offerings for LGBTQIA Young Adults {ages 16 - 22} community members within Baltimore City and surrounding areas, under supervision of Susan Stork, LCPC. 

Noelle's clinical focus pertains to helping clients combat anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA issues (such a discrimination, oppression, & marginalization), trauma, and/or related struggles in a safe environment while simultaneously increasing self-efficacy, self-awareness, self-confidence and emotional intelligence for her clients + groups. 

Noelle's Availability:

Friday evenings & Saturday mornings.  

To schedule with Noelle -- Please call Noelle directly at 410-941-3921 

A few words from Noelle:

"I understand that life can sometimes be unbearably confusing or difficult. My aim is to provide clients with a safe environment to explore both life's challenges and joys. 
I believe that the best therapeutic relationships embody a sense of non-judgment, empathy, and support, which I aspire to provide to all my clients. I plan to use an integrative combination of person-centered, existential, and multicultural theories, along with a collaborative approach, to create unique, supportive therapeutic experiences with each individual client.  
When I am not focusing on my studies and development as a therapist, I enjoy reading, cooking and/or enjoying new foods, traveling, spending time outdoors with my dog + girlfriend. "

Noelle's Educational Pathway to Private Practice  

Noelle obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree from Towson University in 2016.  Noelle is currently working towards obtaining her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Baltimore.  Noelle plans to seek licensure as an LCPC (Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor) following the completion of her graduate degree in Winter 2018.