Betty Scott Noble, PhD, LPC


 

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300 West Wieuca Road NE, Bldg. 2
Suite 314
Atlanta, GA 30342

404-255-4206

 

Philosophy of Psychotherapy:
"I help individuals deal with previous experiences, evaluate/learn from those experiences, and develop new behaviors, ways of thinking/being that facilitate a more positive life experience." 
 

Professional Expertise/Areas Of Interest:

  • Evaluations for Learning Disabilities/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder and consultation regarding intervention 
  • Evaluation of children of divorce, parent consultation and child counseling 
  • Therapy for adolescents and children 
  • Women's and Men's issues (Personal relationships, assertiveness, communication and stress management) 
  • Career development of adolescents and adults
  • Play Therapy


Professional Certifications: Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Professional Counselor, National Register, Certified Elementary Counselor and School Psychologist, Certified National School Psychologist, Registered Play Therapist and Play Therapist Supervisor
 

Education: M.S., Ed.S. and Ph.D. - University of Tennessee, School  Psychology/ specialty area in Counseling Psychology, Professional Training Programs in Gestalt, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Process Communication Management 
 

Background Experience: Elementary School Teacher (5 yrs.) School Psychologist (8 yrs.), Private Practice since 1986, Adjunct Professor-Agnes Scott since 1990.
Taught for 10 years at Oglethorpe College.
 

Professional Affiliations/Activities:

  • Georgia Psychological Association
  • American Psychological Association 
  • Georgia Association of School Psychologists 
  • National Association of School Psychologists 
  • Association for Play Therapy

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