Get to Know Noha
Noha Khalifa, LCPC, LPC, NCC, PMH-C
Hey! I’m Noha. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor in the states of Illinois and Texas. I believe that your thoughts and feelings are directly linked to how you perceive life experiences. The lens through which you view life will shape how you see your daily experiences. Sometimes, you fall into the trap of creating negatives when you do not have evidence to support them. This can result in feelings of inadequacy and can lead to behaviors that make you feel stuck. When we continue to view our world through a clouded, negative lens, the path of how we can create a life closer to what we truly want is no longer visible. I specialize in helping young adults and adults through the ages to confront their fears, worries, sadness, confusion, and challenges head on. I want to help you see your life more clearly. What you are experiencing now is not permanent. We will work together to make sure that you not only see your strengths more clearly, but that you find innovative ways to put them to good use. Things can and will get better. You have the key to unlock a new, healthier, more fruitful way of living. We will find that way together.
I provide counseling services in English and Arabic.
I provide online counseling and psychotherapy for residents of Illinois and Texas
and in office counseling and psychotherapy in Austin, TX
How I Help
I believe that therapy is most beneficial when we prepare ourselves for going further than we have gone on our own. Sometimes this means experiencing discomfort and challenges that we are too scared to face alone. This is where I come in. We will collaborate and develop a partnership. This is essential for achieving your goals in therapy. I work to build a kind, dedicated, and reassuring atmosphere to guide our collaboration. In our journey you will experience the compassion, acceptance, and genuineness I offer my clients. My empathic approach will help comfort and support you as you approach life’s hurdles, while my creativity will offer unique solutions to old troubles.
Areas of Focus
A bit about me
Hey! I am a recent transplant to Austin by way of Chicago. I think knowing that my family and I moved here the year of the pandemic tells you pretty much everything you need to know about me. I am passionate, determined and will do what I can to get things done. I do not shy away from a challenge. I believe that we have the ability to control our story and to change the ending. I absolutely love what I do. Caring about others, listening to others, allowing others to be heard comes naturally to me. I guess being a middle child has its benefits! When I’m not working with clients, I love spending time with people who matter. I also appreciate a good cup of coffee. Without it I would be utterly exhausted trying to keep up with my two young (extremely energetic) sons.
"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
M.A. in Counseling
Adler School of Professional Psychology
B.S. in Psychology and
University of Toronto
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(512) 305- 7700, or 1-800-821-3205.