Noelle Lowry, Ph.D., LCP, LPC

Dr. Lowry is familiar with psychotherapeutic treatment of many personal difficulties. She will see any population, ages 7 and up, especially adults. While she is experienced with integrating faith in therapy sessions, she is respectful of individuals whom hold different views and of individuals whom do not wish to incorporate faith within their therapy time.  In addition to psychotherapeutic intervention with children, adolescent, and adult populations, Dr. Lowry preforms psychological evaluations for various reasons.

Dr. Lowry received a Bachelors in Psychology from Taylor University, a Masters in Counseling from Regent University, a Masters in Psychology from Walden University, and a Doctorate in Psychology with a clinical emphasis from Walden University.  In addition to a private practice setting, Dr. Lowry’s professional experience includes work within in-patient and in-home treatment centers.  Also, she trains master’s level counseling students in practicum and internship programs and is a Virginia Board approved Supervisor for Resident LPC’s.  Dr. Lowry has published several articles, enjoys teaching and has worked part-time as an Adjunct Psychology Instructor at a local community college.

Dr. Lowry can be found spending time off work with her husband, their five children and her friends.  She especially enjoys family days at the beach, swimming, reading fiction, eating good local seafood, watching movies, antiques, and discussions involving personal growth and faith.

Specialties: Psychotherapy treatment for issues of: anxiety disorders (to include panic and OCD), depressive disorders (to include bipolar), trauma, schizophrenia and associated disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, oppositional, conduct, gender, women’s issues, men’s issues, substance abuse, adoption (including foreign adoption, adjustment, attachment) parenting, military and family, marital issues, faith-based issues, self-esteem, forgiveness, crisis, grief/loss, chronic illness/pain, separation, divorce, and primary caretaker issues (e.g., familiar with chronic illnesses, ID, ASD, dementia).

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