Todd Noffsinger, M.A.E.
Emerging Services Clinican
Office: 409 Potter Hall
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
UC 175: University Experience
As the Emerging Services Clinician, I assist students as they transition into the Counseling and Testing Center and ensure complete care for students seeking services outside the university. I received my master’s in Counseling from WKU, with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy. My clinical interests include addictions, career, and couples counseling. I enjoy working from a Solution-Focused approach, which recognizes exceptions to the problem as well as ways in which we are already working toward a desired outcome. I also borrow from family systems and holistic-based models as I believe wellness includes physical and interpersonal care. For leisure, I enjoy running, backpacking and spending time with my wife (her cats) and family. Listen to Todd
I believe understanding and acceptance are the basis for change. In response, I seek to create a comfortable environment that frees individuals to explore and ultimately develop new ways of being. My approach considers the influence of family and environment in shaping our beliefs and behaviors. Despite the significance of these factors, clients are not bound by their past, but free to create new patterns for living. To facilitate this process, I work primarily from Solution-Focused and systemic theories. I like to incorporate behavioral goals into my practice as I think it is important to carry movement from the counseling environment into the broader context of life. Ultimately, clients are both expert and author of their lives, my goal is to listen, understand, and join in creating solutions.
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