The transition from high school to college requires a student to make a number of adjustments which are more easily accomplished with adequate preparation.  Virtually everything a freshman encounters in the first semester is new - a new place to live, sharing space with a stranger who will hopefully become a friend, learning new schedules, finding where classes and other events are held, and finding someone to share lunch and dinner.  The list is long and for a student with a learning disability or ADHD or for a student athlete, the list of necessary adjustments is even longer.  Dr. Noles has experience working on and consulting with a number of colleges and universities (community colleges to top tier 4-year research universities) which helps him provide guidance and insight to making this transition as smooth as possible.


Steven W. Noles, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist & Certified Sports Psychologist

804.337.0412     DrSteveNoles@comcast.net