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Arlington, VA 22201 2200 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 401
703-875-0475
info@cherrytreenp.com

Carolyn J. Noël, Psy.D.

 
Carolyn J. Noel, Psy.D. is licensed clinical psychologist with advanced training and specialization in clinical neuropsychology (the study of brain-behavior relationships).

Dr. Noel has expertise in a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, learning disorders, high functioning autism spectrum disorder, etc.) and neurocognitive conditions (e.g., stroke, brain injury, dementia, etc.), as well as mood and anxiety disorders, relationship/interpersonal difficulties, parenting challenges, among others.

Dr. Noel is particularly interested in working with high functioning individuals whose ability to compensate often masks the extent of their struggles (i.e., difficulties with social-emotional, interpersonal, cognitive/information processing and/or functional/day-to-day performance). This includes individuals whose ADHD/LD/ASD symptoms (as well as the frequently co-existing emotional dysregulation) are often missed or dismissed by others.

Dr. Noel’s goal is to educate and empower individuals in order to help them reach their true potential, find enjoyment in their lives, and eliminate unnecessary guilt, shame, and anxiety.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist (VA)

Clinical Neuropsychologist

Owner and Head of Practice at Cherry Tree Neuropsychology

B.A. in Psychology
Plattsburgh State University of New York, Plattsburgh, NY

M.S. in Community Counseling
Plattsburgh State University of New York, Plattsburgh, NY

Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology
American School of Professional Psychology, Washington, DC Campus

APA Accredited Internship (emphasis in Neuropsychology)
Denver VA Medical Center, Denver, CO

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology (2 years)
Multi-Site Fellowship Experience in Northern VA (private practice setting, medical center, and outpatient centers). Didactic training completed at Walter Reed Army Medical Center (2-year Neuropsychology Fellowship Seminar)