From Noah, clients receive respect, care, interest, and acceptance. He views therapy as a relationship based on trust and truth that is generally aimed towards understanding and empowerment. He aims to facilitate healing and growth in clients of all ages and to help parents foster healing and growth in their own children. Specific treatment strategies are determined through collaboration with clients on a case-by-case basis. Noah’s job is to match evidence-based treatment approaches to clients’ unique values, goals, and presenting problems.
As a speaker, Noah seeks to make complex and ideas about development and mental health accessible and thought-provoking. He’d much rather stimulate reflection and debate in his listeners and than be regarded as absolute authority.
Noah provides therapy to children, youth, and adults/parents. Being trained in both child and adult therapy, Noah is equally skilled at working on family issues with both kids and parents, together or separately. Noah also facilitates psycho-educational groups for parents and has provides workshops and consultations to professionals in allied disciplines. In addition to his private practice work, Noah provides treatment and consultations through the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
Noah’s clinical specialties include:
Anxiety, fears and worries.
Depression and motivational problems
Grief and Loss
Stress and mood regulation
Family communication problems
Obsessive and/or compulsive behaviors
Noah has extensive training in cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, attachment-based, and humanistic therapy techniques and is available to speak and/or provide consultation on range of topics related to mental health and human development including:
Parents’ Empathy and Kids’ Cooperation
Empathy in Romantic Relationships
Rules Not Rulers: Attachment parenting and respect
Strength-based approaches to anxiety problems
Noah has worked in the field of mental health for over 15 years, in both the US and Canada, at medical schools, community mental health centers, inpatient psychiatric facilities, and as a teaching assistant and guest lecturer at Simon Fraser University.