Noah provides support to queer individuals experiencing difficulty understanding their sexual difficulties, those in non-monogamy relationships and those recovering from relationship or sex trauma. His practice, located just steps away from 23rd street station provides a safe space for introspection.
Noah is highly trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), teaching other clinicians its conceptualization and technique. In addition, he integrates insight-driven therapy and focuses on understanding patterns within families and relationships.
Early Life and Education
Noah Le Beau is passionate about mental health, well-being and experiential modalities. He holds a BA in Philosophy from Fordham University and has spent time abroad studying spirituality and experiential education.
Noah has endured many hardships, from multiple rounds of chemotherapy and spinal tap procedures, lumbar punctures, lumbar puncture recurrences and an intense reaction to his port. But he is now in remission and enjoying life with his family.
Noah has not only excelled in clinical practice but has also created the Managing Children program which assists families in managing their child’s behavior. Run jointly with NSW Disability Services, it has proven itself an invaluable resource to parents – helping many improve their lives as a result of it.
Noah is a Certified Therapist with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and serves as an instructor at Beck Institute’s CBT courses nationwide. Additionally, Noah runs his own private practice in New York City offering individual and couples psychotherapy.
He has extensive experience working with diverse populations and an in-depth knowledge of manual techniques. Additionally, he has completed internships in geriatrics, pediatrics and orthopedics.
Sheila Adamo, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker practicing independently with NOAH for 17 years. She provides individual, couples and family therapy as well as being on the board and actively presenter workshops for NOAH. Additionally, Sheila co-owns Building Parent Connections which offers services for families of children living with albinism or hypopigmentation.
Achievement and Honors
Noah made history when Team USA won four consecutive gold medals at Winter Paralympics, making history by becoming the first ever four-game winners for Sled Hockey teams at any winter Paralympics competition.
Noah is also the Founder and Managing Director of NYC Cognitive Therapy, where he specializes in anxiety and depression therapy. With extensive training in Prolonged Exposure, Gottman Method Couple Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy and Transformational Chairwork as well as being an ACT Credentialed Therapist he also holds certifications from Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy.
Noah has been honored with a number of awards and honors for his efforts, such as receiving the University of Vermont Mary Jean Simpson Award for character, leadership, and scholarship. Additionally, he received the APTA Compassionate Care Award as well as multiple fellowships.
Noah is a pre-licensed counselor with experience working across numerous clinical settings, from psychotherapy training institutes and community mental health clinics to anxiety disorders, coping skills development, depression and men’s issues.
Noah experienced side effects from chemotherapy treatments which caused him to experience significant posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms and other side effects, but has made a full recovery and is enjoying life today.
Martha wants families to understand that each journey is unique and that each day should be approached as an adventure. She is immensely proud of her son, hoping he continues living his best life.
Noah Beck is a renowned TikTok star and model who has amassed an enormous fan following on social media. She often posts images from her luxurious home located in Los Angeles’ most exclusive neighborhoods.
She has amassed many fans who follow her every move on Instagram and, during her free time, enjoys playing soccer and jogging.
Prior to founding NYC Cognitive Therapy, Noah worked in various settings such as community mental health clinics and university student counseling centers. His focus ranged from anxiety and depression, addictions and relationships.
He believes that for optimal client results, an integrated treatment approach must be employed, which is why APN Lodge brings all available treatment modalities under one roof.