Noel Maurizi, Psy.D
I recently graduated with my doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from Chatham University and completed my APA accredited doctoral internship at George Mason University’s student counseling center. I am so excited to be back in my hometown of Pittsburgh. Additionally, I completed my Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Slippery Rock University in 2018 and received my undergraduate degree in Social Science from the University of Pittsburgh in 2015.
As part of my graduate training, I have worked on inpatient psychiatric units, a group home, and several university counseling centers. I have also received a nationally funded grant in integrated care to provide behavioral health services to female-identified adolescents in a medical clinic.
I operate from a psychodynamic-interpersonal perspective and utilize relational-cultural and feminist frameworks to explore how our identities and experiences have been influenced by the environments and systems we exist in. My areas of interest include working with concerns related to identity development, late adolescence and emergent/early adulthood, interpersonal and relational concerns, women’s concerns, and family of origin trauma.
I hold a special interest in working with survivors of interpersonal and sexual violence, and have completed research on sexual violence prevention on college campuses.
In my spare time I am usually with my friends and family enjoying good conversations, food, and drink. I also appreciate a long motorcycle ride with my partner (usually to find new food!)