Beverly Hills Therapy Group
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Noelle Lothamer
Noelle Lothamer

Noelle Lothamer

Counseling Intern and 2024 Master’s Candidate


Noelle graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and is a Master’s degree Candidate in Oakland University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. She has experience working with anxiety, depression, life transitions and adjustments, LGBTQ+ issues, and family and relationship challenges. She particularly enjoys working with individuals with ADHD and their families and helping to develop a client’s sense of self and identity.

Noelle employs an integrative approach to therapy, drawing on multiple theories based on her assessment of the client’s needs and personality. Her preferred approaches include ACT / Mindfulness, Existential therapy, and Attachment / Family Systems. The foundation of her practice is person-centered, in which the client receives her unconditional acceptance and respect as they work together to create meaning, purpose, and change.

Noelle says, “I embrace the growth mindset and strongly believe in each individual’s ability to develop into the person they wish to be. I feel that this growth is best achieved when the client and therapist operate as a collaborative team, so I work together with clients to set goals and regularly review our progress. In doing so, the client has the opportunity to both self-evaluate and provide valuable feedback to the therapist.”

Noelle is a returning student, and has a wide array of life experiences to complement her academic and clinical training. She was a freelance writer, and owned and operated an artisan food business. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking, and playing strategy board games with her family. She looks forward to developing her private practice in counseling.

Noelle’s case supervision will be provided by Claudia Schwenzer, MSW, and Christine Lyon, LPC and Clinical Manager.

Noelle helps children, teens, and adults with concerns in the areas of

  • Anxiety and Depression
  • ADHD
  • Parenting Support and Strategies
  • Family Issues
  • School Issues
  • Peer Conflicts/Social Issues

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