Noha El Khatib, hailing from Middle Eastern origins, spent the majority of her life in Saudi Arabia, where she cultivated a deep appreciation for the vibrancy of diverse cultural environments. Fluent in both English and Arabic, she harbored an innate curiosity about the influence of cultural backgrounds on individuals’ lives. Pursuing studies in psychology, education, and the arts, Noha found her calling as a counseling psychotherapist, channeling her passion for aiding others into her career.
Drawing upon her extensive multicultural experiences, Noha adopts a humanistic approach to assist clients in tapping into their inner resources for holistic well-being. Her mission is to instill hope, confidence, resilience, and autonomy, tailoring her methods to suit each individual’s unique needs and aspirations. Utilizing a blend of therapeutic techniques such as Solution-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapies (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and the Gottman Method for Couples Therapy, Noha provides a personalized approach rooted in both systematic and psychodynamic perspectives.
With a wealth of experience working with older teens and adults facing various challenges, ranging from general support needs to managing diagnosed conditions like anxiety, depression, OCD, and Borderline Personality Disorder, Noha offers a safe and nurturing space for exploration and growth.
In addition to her clinical work, Noha is actively involved in research and advocacy efforts aimed at promoting mental health awareness and reducing stigma. She is committed to ongoing professional development and stays current with the latest research and advancements in the field of counseling psychology.