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Noah Goss-Woliner, MHC-LP

Senior Counselor, Athletics Specialist

Counseling Center


Noah Goss-Woliner (he/him) comes to Binghamton by way of Vermont. Growing up in a small town in the middle of the state, Goss-Woliner then attended Middlebury College, earning his BA in psychology, before going on to pursue an MS in clinical mental health counseling at the University of Vermont. Prior to Binghamton, Goss-Woliner was a therapist in a private practice setting, which followed several years of working at Norwich University in the Counseling and Wellness Center. Clinically, Goss-Woliner uses an eclectic approach, often drawing heavily on narrative therapy. His professional interests include working with students on issues surrounding identity, anxiety and depression, and athletic performance. In his free time, Goss-Woliner enjoys spending time outside, mountain biking, hiking and skiing with his dog, Micky, running the trails beside him.