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Noah Schoch




I am a master’s level professional counselor who has worked in clinical settings and academia for over 5 years. I have extensive experience working with young adults and assisting individuals of all ages. 

It is my belief that each of us has the potential to create positive change to live more fulfilling lives. By nurturing healthier relationships with ourselves and those around us, we can function better in every area of life, including academically, professionally, and socially. My goal is to work collaboratively with each person to establish a relationship that empowers you to reach your life goals. To reach these goals and to make our sessions as constructive as possible, I strive to create an environment with all clients that are genuine, safe, and free of judgment. 

My method of counseling follows evidenced-based approaches like narrative and person-centered theories, along with the utilization of the Gottman Method. I have dedicated my past counseling to assisting clients in overcoming a variety of concerns: primary/secondary school concerns, college/graduate issues, ADHD, familial and relationship conflicts, anxiety and depressive disorders, and concerns about self-esteem. 

I graduated from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Psychology and three years later with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I am currently a Ph.D. student at Duquesne University in the Counselor Education and Supervision program. It is my career goal to help others through professional counseling, research and scholarship, supervision, and training future counselors. 

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