Alexandra Noll, LCMHCA
Anxiety & Depression
Trauma & Resiliency
Transition to Parenthood
Mental health is as important as physical health but often neglected. I know it can be difficult to ask for help or know where to find help in the midst of the many challenges life can present. With my strong desire to help others, I aim to provide a collaborative experience between counselor and client. Utilizing a team effort to provide assistance when you feel stuck, my role is to support you by guiding with a non-judgmental, outside perspective on where to start that process. I believe that humans are incredibly resilient and given the right support and coping skills can find a way to overcome enormous obstacles and find peace in their lives. We can work together, bringing to light your ability to overcome these obstacles.
I know that therapy can seem scary/daunting but doesn’t have to be.
With my passion to help others, I believe in treating a person as a whole. Mental and physical health are interconnected. Poor physical health impacts poor mental health and vice versa. I use a mixed approach of models including but not limited to Solution-Focused therapy, CBT, & Mindfulness to help others be their best selves. I am honored to be the person you choose to share aspects of your life that you may be unable to share with anyone else.
I was born and raised in Michigan. I attended Central Michigan University where I obtained a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. In 2012 relocated to Northern Virginia where I began working with survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Working with individuals and families that persevered through such significant trauma inspired me to continue my education in Counseling. I earned a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Radford University. After graduating I worked with both adolescents and their families as an intensive in-home clinician. I recently relocated to North Carolina and am beginning the new adventure of private practice.
I look forward to working with you!
• Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor (LCMHCSA, A149144)
• Member of the American Counseling Association
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