Noël Maurizi (she/her) is a Psy.D candidate from Chatham University’s Counseling Psychology program in Pittsburgh, PA who is currently completing her doctoral internship here at CAPS. A Pittsburgh native, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh, as well as her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Slippery Rock University. As part of her graduate training, Noël has worked in inpatient psychiatric units, group homes, and several university counseling centers, and has received an HRSA-funded grant in integrated care to provide behavioral health services to adolescent females in a medical clinic. Noël operates from a psychodynamic perspective and utilizes a feminist lens to fill in some of the gaps that traditional psychodynamic and analytic therapies may miss. Her areas of interest include working with survivors of interpersonal and sexual violence, a family of origin concerns, women’s issues, graduate students, and identity development. Outside of CAPS, Noël enjoys trying new foods and wines, connecting with old and new friends, and taking motorcycle trips with her partner.