Noelle Stabler, LMSW
Ms. Stabler is a fully licensed clinical social worker in Michigan. She attended graduate school at the University of Michigan School of Social Work where she focused on Interpersonal Practice. She completed an internship at U of M Mott Children’s Hospital on the Inpatient Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Unit and the Psychiatry Consult-Liaison Team, which provides psychiatric care to patients admitted to medical floors. Following graduation, she spent two years working in Washington DC in various psychiatric settings before returning to work at Michigan Medicine in the Psychiatric Emergency Department. She now provides psychotherapy via tele-health platforms and enjoys getting to know and work with individuals on a more long term basis.
Noelle’s approach to therapy is client-centered, eclectic, and collaborative. She utilizes various evidence-based modalities depending on client needs while striving to create a safe, non-judgemental, and compassionate space to feel heard and validated. She believes that the therapeutic relationship is key in increasing self-awareness, acceptance, and personal growth. She enjoys working with college students and young adults navigating life transitions and stressors. She has experience treating anxiety, mood disorders, self-esteem issues, women’s issues, disordered eating, and relationship issues. She hopes to empower each individual she works with, drawing on their innate strengths and helping them reach their goals one step at a time.