San Diego Therapy Services

Providing individual psychotherapy, couple counseling, and
family therapy to the greater San Diego community.

Create a Life You Desire With Therapy

Self improvement,
treatment for depression, anxiety, relationship problems, a search for meaning, or perhaps a desire to know your self better; all of these reasons and more can be addressed through psychotherapy.

Whatever brings you to therapy, achieving your goals is of the utmost importance.
Leonard W Noel, LCSW,specializes in treating a wide variety of issues using a welcoming, nonjudgmental approach that honors the strengths of the person. To take advantage of a free phone consultation for psychotherapy services click on Contact. Online psychotherapy is also provided through Skype with signed consent.

To learn more about Mr. Noel, his specialization, and approach to therapy click on About.


San Diego Therapy Services Specialties

I specialize in the treatment of a variety of issues and work with the individual, couple, or family to meet their unique needs. These are some of the treatment specialities that I have training and experience in. To learn more, click on the topic of interest.

Treatment Specialties:

ANXIETY: Learn how to live more freely
COUPLES: Reconnect to one another
DEPRESSION: Develop joy, purpose & happiness
GRIEF: Move forward with reverence & peace
LGBTQ: Gain insight and support
RELATIONSHIPS: Create healthy connections with others
SELF-ESTEEM: Get to know your compassionate self
SPIRITUALITY: Obtain clarity on your purpose in life
STRESS: Release tension and live with greater ease


Office Location
San Diego Therapy Services serves the greater San Diego area.
Mr. Noel’s office is conveniently located in Mission Valley and is easily accessible from Hillcrest, Normal Heights, University Heights, Mission Hills, North Park, South Park, and others. Click on
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Choosing a Therapist

Choosing a therapist to work with can be both exciting and overwhelming. When choosing a therapist, it may be helpful to have a list of questions in your mind before you make the first contact.

Cost, frequency of sessions, specialty, experience, and your specific concerns are all things you can take into consideration. Equally important to these qualities is the “vibe” you get when you speak to the therapist for the first time.

Do not discount your gut feelings when talking to a therapist. For this reason, having a free phone or face-to-face consultation can often be one of the most useful actions you can take in picking a therapist that works for you. If I can help you in making this decision, please take a moment to
contact me.

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