Dr. Nefertiti Nowell - Counselor/Therapist, Consultant, Life Coach - Naperville , IL
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Dr. Nefertiti Nowell (LCPC,PhD)

Counselor/Therapist

Contact information

Email me

Phone 6304282344

Fax: 6304282308

Seeking help is a powerful step to improving your quality of life.  Talking to someone about whatever your concerns are is something that almost anyone can benefit from, but many people are afraid to reach out.  If you are considering therapy or coaching, I applaud you, and I really do want to help you find what you need to feel POWERFUL and help you develop the tools to have peace in your life.

I enjoy working with diverse clients, and have treated patients on the inpatient as well as outpatient basis.  I began providing therapy in 1996, and have worked full time in several local hospitals before deciding to work full time in outpatient private practice.  Though I work with many populations, I enjoy helping individuals with issues of trauma as well as working with couples.  I work with all age ranges and have helped clients with a range of diagnosis.    I use a variety of techniques, including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and EMDR.  I am also a Certified Hypnotist and a trained mediator.

Dr. Nefertiti Nowell

Additional Details

I am:

Married

Sexual orientation:

Heterosexual

Have children:

Yes

Dr. Nefertiti Nowell

Payment Options

Accepts Credit Cards:

Yes

Accepts Insurance:

Yes

Accepts Paypal:

Yes

Sliding Scale:

Yes

Fee Range:

Based on the package

Dr. Nefertiti Nowell

Quick Stats

Credentials:

LCPC, PhD

Time in Practice:

10 years +

I practice in:

All areas, please inquire

Additional Expertise:

Consultant

Life Coach

I offer my services:

At my office

Telephone

By Email

Via Skype

Via a webcam

I am fluent in:

English

Licence information:

Expiration 3/31/15
Number 180004585

Articles by Dr. Nefertiti Nowell
Life Coach: Eating Disorders & Decreased Intimacy

Is An Eating Disorder Damaging Your Romantic Relationship?

Emotional and disordered eating can lead to decreased intimacy... here's how to cope.

Love Someone With An Eating Disorder? 5 Ways To Be Good To Them

Love Someone With An Eating Disorder? 5 Ways To Be Good To Them

If your partner suffers from anorexia and bulimia, they likely need professional help.

Dr. Nefertiti Nowell

All Specialties

Abandonment, Abortion Issues, Abuse / Survivors of Abuse, Anger Management, Anxiety Issues, Blended Family Issues, Body Image, Business Management, Chronic Pain/Disability or Illness, Codependency, Communication Problems, Control Issues, Dating/Being Single Support, Depression, Divorce Rehabilitation, Divorce/Divorce Prevention, Empowering Women, Engagement, Fertility Issues, Grief, Loss, & Bereavement, Health/Wellness, Identity Issues, Infertility, Life Management, Marriage, Matchmaking, Midlife Crisis, Multicultural Concerns, Occupational Therapy, Parenting, Personality Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress / Trauma, Postpartum Depression, Self-Esteem, Sexuality, Step Father / Stepdad, Step Mother / Stepmom, Stepfamilies, Stress Management, Time Management, Trust Issues, Wellness, Workplace Issues