Noa is excited to work with Berkeley Hillel students as a therapist through the partnership with the Jewish Family and Community Services East Bay. She will be here to offer emotional and mental health support to students and to help them to grow and heal in the ways they would like to. Noa has experience supporting people of a wide age range and has a particular passion for working with young adults and teens. Prior to the partnership between Berkeley Hillel and Jewish Family and Community Services East Bay, Noa worked with younger children at JFCS East Bay and had a private practice at the Living Arts Counseling Center. Noa offers therapy in Hebrew, English, and Spanish. When she was in college, Noa had a therapist who made a big difference in her life and who inspired her to do this work.