Noorayne Chevalier

MA, RP, CCC, CCAC, LLP (Michigan)
Registered Psychotherapist
24 years in practice
Accepted Insurance Plans:
  • GreenShield
  • Blue Cross
  • UNIFOR 444
  • Homewood Health
  • ESI
  • ComPsych
  • LifeWorks
  • CP Consultants
  • Unit #400
  • 4570 Rhodes Drive
  • Windsor,ON

About Noorayne Chevalier

My name is Noorayne (pronounced Noor-rain). I was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario. I was blessed to have completed my education in both Canada and the USA. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Addiction Studies (Mercy College of Detroit) and a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology (University of Detroit Mercy). I also have both a Bachelor and a Master of Arts degree in Religious Studies (University of Windsor). I am a Registered Psychotherapist (RP), a Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC), a Canadian Certified Addictions Counsellor (CCAC) and a Limited License Psychologist (State of Michigan).

I firmly believe that everyone can change and grow at any time in their life. I don’t believe that there is a limit to human capacity. I think the main reason we develop mental health issues including addictions is because they are unhealthy learned behaviors that we have picked up along the way. Which means that I think you can unlearn these faulty behaviours and replace them with healthy ones. I have suffered from severe anxiety, panic attacks and depression and through my own therapy, I have learned how to handle my thoughts, feelings and behaviours and move past them so that they no longer had control over me. I want you to feel the same freedom that I experience every day.

I also believe that every person has the potential for change. I have witnessed powerful healing and growth in my presence. Being a psychotherapist is truly a gift and I feel privileged to help everyone who steps into my office. I believe that therapy should be a safe space that will always remain confidential. I believe that therapeutic relationships are naturally healing. And even though what we talk about is important, I know that the relationship itself does a lot of the work. I believe that being free from mental illness and substance use is a human right. If you are fed up with feeling sick and tired and you’re ready to feel relief, I want you to contact me so that we can work together to create a better life for you.

I have been working in the fields of mental health and substance use including other addictions for approximately 29 years and in private practice since 1995. My specialties include: anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use & other addictions. My therapeutic approach is considered strengths-based: Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). My approach is also client-centred and collaborative.

I’m accepting new clients, so please feel free to check out my webpage at http://www.chevalierpsychotherapy.com for additional information including regular blog posts and resources.

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Let me start by saying there are never too many concerns that you can bring into counselling. In fact, most people who come to see me for counselling have more than one issue they would like to work on in psychotherapy and most times these are all interconnected. In counselling, we work together... more

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