Noelle Wylin

Noelle Wylin, LMSW

(she/her/hers)

Where she studied:

Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in Sociology & Political Science
University of Michigan

Master of Social Work with School Certification
University of Michigan

What she does at Pietruck Therapy Services:

Psychotherapist

Location:

Saline & Virtual

Contact:

Meet Noelle

What is your favorite place?

My favorite place in the world is my grandfather’s fig orchard in Southern Lebanon.

What is your favorite quote?

“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.”

What is your go-to “feel good” song?

My feel good song is Michael Buble – Haven’t Met You Yet

What is your favorite way to move your body?

I recently got into running, completing my first half marathon in 2023. I am currently training for my first full marathon in fall of 2024.

Other than mental health, what is something you’re passionate about?

I am passionate about uplifting other mothers, especially those undergoing ART. Motherhood can be isolating already, going through the process of IUI and IVF especially so. I want to break down the stigma of infertility and provide support to all undergoing those processes.

Who is your ideal client?

My ideal client is one who believes things can improve. As long as a client has a vision of a future in which their lives can be better, we can work together to develop tools and strategies to move toward those goals.

Why do you like being a therapist?

I enjoy making connections with people. I like being a part of clients’ journeys, to watch as they make growth in their lives and achieve the goals they set for themselves.

What is something you wish people knew about therapy?

Therapy is successful when there is trust in your therapist and in the process. It is not a quick fix and requires effort. But when you find the right fit and put in the work, therapy is transformative.

Why/how can people benefit from therapy?

Therapy provides a safe space for people to explore and understand their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It can be a place for people to build their capacities for communication, emotion regulation, coping strategies, and work through challenges that come up in their daily lives. People benefit by having this space to develop without stigma, without judgment, and with strict confidentiality.

What is something you’d like clients to know about you (or how you work)?

I work extremely hard to make sure I am doing what works for you. I am always open to feedback and willing to look at different approaches.

What does success in therapy look like to you?

To me, success looks like progress towards the goals a client has set for themselves. It does not mean everything is perfect all of the time, rather, that there are meaningful improvements to their lives.

What are your thoughts about the “stigma” of therapy?

Coming from the Middle Eastern community, I grew up hearing therapy was not meant for us and that it was taboo to tell a stranger all of the personal details of your life. I know how hard it can be to trust in a process given all of the counter messaging. Know that therapy is a safe, confidential, non-judgmental space for anyone and everyone. I hope with greater access and changes in conversation about mental health more people will feel comfortable trying therapy if they believe it can be beneficial to them.

Populations:

Kids (2+), Tweens, Teens, Adults (Up to 65), Families, Couples

Treatment Modalities:

  • Attachment Theory
    Behavior Counseling
    Breath Work
    Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
    Creative Expression
    Enneagram Coaching
    Family Systems
    Inner Child/”parts” Work
    Internal Family Systems (IFS)
    Meditation
    Mindfulness
    Motivational Interviewing
    Play Therapy
    Psychoeducation
  • Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT)
    Strength-Based Therapy
    Trauma Informed Care
    Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

Professional Specializations

  • Adoption
    ADHD
    Anxiety
    Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Attachment
    Behavioral Problems
    Bipolar Disorder
    Body Image
    Bullying
    Bullying and Social Skills
    Conduct Disorders
    Coping Skills
    Depression
    Developmental Disabilities
    Disability Adjustment
    Educators
    Emotional Regulation
    Family of Origin
    Food and Body
    HAES (Health At Every Size)
    Healers and Healthcare workers
  • Infertility
    Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)
    Other helping professionals and fellow therapists
    Parenting
    Relationships
    Self-Esteem
    Self-Harm and Suicidal Ideation
    Stress
  • Trauma
    Type-A Personality
    Woman’s Health and Postpartum
    Work/Life Balance
Noelle Wylin Therapist

Noelle Wylin, LMSW

(she/her/hers)

Where she studied:

Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in Sociology & Political Science
University of Michigan

Master of Social Work with School Certification
University of Michigan

What she does at Pietruck Therapy Services:

Psychotherapist

Location:

Saline & Virtual

Contact:

Meet Noelle

What is your favorite place?

My favorite place in the world is my grandfather’s fig orchard in Southern Lebanon.

What is your favorite quote?

“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.”

What is your go-to “feel good” song?

My feel good song is Michael Buble – Haven’t Met You Yet

What is your favorite way to move your body?

I recently got into running, completing my first half marathon in 2023. I am currently training for my first full marathon in fall of 2024.

Other than mental health, what is something you’re passionate about?

I am passionate about uplifting other mothers, especially those undergoing ART. Motherhood can be isolating already, going through the process of IUI and IVF especially so. I want to break down the stigma of infertility and provide support to all undergoing those processes.

Who is your ideal client?

My ideal client is one who believes things can improve. As long as a client has a vision of a future in which their lives can be better, we can work together to develop tools and strategies to move toward those goals.

Why do you like being a therapist?

I enjoy making connections with people. I like being a part of clients’ journeys, to watch as they make growth in their lives and achieve the goals they set for themselves.

What is something you wish people knew about therapy?

Therapy is successful when there is trust in your therapist and in the process. It is not a quick fix and requires effort. But when you find the right fit and put in the work, therapy is transformative.

Why/how can people benefit from therapy?

Therapy provides a safe space for people to explore and understand their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It can be a place for people to build their capacities for communication, emotion regulation, coping strategies, and work through challenges that come up in their daily lives. People benefit by having this space to develop without stigma, without judgment, and with strict confidentiality.

What is something you’d like clients to know about you (or how you work)?

I work extremely hard to make sure I am doing what works for you. I am always open to feedback and willing to look at different approaches.

What does success in therapy look like to you?

To me, success looks like progress towards the goals a client has set for themselves. It does not mean everything is perfect all of the time, rather, that there are meaningful improvements to their lives.

What are your thoughts about the “stigma” of therapy?

Coming from the Middle Eastern community, I grew up hearing therapy was not meant for us and that it was taboo to tell a stranger all of the personal details of your life. I know how hard it can be to trust in a process given all of the counter messaging. Know that therapy is a safe, confidential, non-judgmental space for anyone and everyone. I hope with greater access and changes in conversation about mental health more people will feel comfortable trying therapy if they believe it can be beneficial to them.

Populations:

Kids (2+), Tweens, Teens, Adults (Up to 65), Families, Couples

Treatment Modalities:

  • Attachment Theory
    Behavior Counseling
    Breath Work
    Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
    Creative Expression
    Enneagram Coaching
    Family Systems
    Inner Child/”parts” Work
    Internal Family Systems (IFS)
    Meditation
    Mindfulness
    Motivational Interviewing
    Play Therapy
    Psychoeducation
  • Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT)
    Strength-Based Therapy
    Trauma Informed Care
    Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

Professional Specializations

  • Adoption
    ADHD
    Anxiety
    Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Attachment
    Behavioral Problems
    Bipolar Disorder
    Body Image
    Bullying
    Bullying and Social Skills
    Conduct Disorders
    Coping Skills
    Depression
    Developmental Disabilities
    Disability Adjustment
    Educators
    Emotional Regulation
    Family of Origin
    Food and Body
    HAES (Health At Every Size)
    Healers and Healthcare workers
  • Infertility
    Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)
    Other helping professionals and fellow therapists
    Parenting
    Relationships
    Self-Esteem
    Self-Harm and Suicidal Ideation
    Stress
  • Trauma
    Type-A Personality
    Woman’s Health and Postpartum
    Work/Life Balance

Background

Noelle is a licensed clinical social worker with a school certification. Noelle has a breadth of experience, ranging from volunteer work with domestic violence and sexual assault survivors to inpatient mental health aid to working with newly resettled populations. Her work in the school setting involved serving children and teens with disabilities, supporting families through the IEP process, coordinating wraparound services, individual counseling, and group therapies. Noelle has a passion for working with children, teens, parents, and families, and is excited to venture in private practice.

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WHERE TO FIND US IN SALINE

We are located on Saline's Northeast side, off of Industrial Drive, close to Campus Parkway. Our office is located across the street from Saline High School in the Wood Duck Business Park Association.
You will immediately turn left into the parking lot and we are located at the very end of the building, Unit 1. There is free parking in the lot in front of our entrance.
Please come on in, take a seat in the waiting room and your therapist will be out to greet you at the time of your appointment.