Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
Provider type: Psychotherapist
Patient Age: Adult, Geriatric
Services Provided: Consultation, Clinical Evaluation, and Psychotherapy
Noah approaches his individual therapeutic work with adults with a belief that the ability to change and grow are fundamental to living meaningful, purposeful and satisfying lives. The challenges we experience in life - often in times of transition - make change and growth difficult and often require a supportive space and relationship in which to engage in a dynamic process of understanding and acceptance followed by change and growth. Noah practices relationally and uses a combination of psychodynamic, narrative, dialogic and behavioral (CBT) techniques to facilitate client-focused and client-driven healing. Before training as a therapist, he worked in international public health and lived in India for 15 years.
Noah graduated from Smith College's School of Social Work in 2017 with a Masters Degree in Social Work and completed a postgraduate clinical social work fellowship at Harvard University where he provided psychotherapy to graduate and undergraduate students. Prior to his Social Work training, Noah received a Masters Degree in Public Health from the James P. Grant School of Public Health.