Noah Gelfman, LCPC, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Noah earned his Master of Education in Community Counseling at Loyola University Chicago. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology with minors in sociology and photography. Noah has worked with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of clinical settings including social service agencies, therapy clinics, and residential treatment centers. His work ranges from process and psycho-education group therapy for adults struggling with addiction, to helping adolescents implement emotional regulation and interpersonal effectiveness skills into their daily lives as a way to mediate substance use related issues.
Noah’s areas of specialty include:
- Adolescent Issues
- Anxiety Disorders
- Interpersonal relationships
- Men’s Issues
- Parenting Issues
Noah is an in network provider with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois PPO.
I am compassionate, open minded, and strive to facilitate a safe space where my clients can be vulnerable and explore their growth areas. I am both direct and collaborative with my clients, and I often utilize the “here and now” approach to identify and address inimical patterns of behavior. I aim to provide my clients with skills and insights that allow them to thrive and be resilient well beyond our sessions and the course of therapy.