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Phone: 765-494-5857


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West Lafayette, IN 47907

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James Noll

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences

Areas of Expertise

  • Anxiety and mood disorders, personality disorders, trauma


James Noll, Ph.D., HSPP, is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Purdue University. Dr. Noll received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Purdue University in 1987 and his masters and doctoral degrees in psychology from Northern Illinois University in 1993 and 1999 respectively.  Dr. Noll completed his internship at the Lexington KY Veterans Affairs Medical Center with rotations in geropsychology, neuropsychology, and acute care.  He has been at 4C Health community mental health center since 1997 and has been practicing in community mental health since 1995. He has been licensed as a Psychologist in Indiana since 2000.


Dr. Noll has interests in anxiety disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders, trauma and treating elderly individuals.  He has received advanced training in treating military personnel and their families.  He was an Adjunct Instructor for the Counseling Psychology program at Purdue University and has taught coursework on clinical supervision, basic and advanced counseling theory, personality assessment, introduction to counseling, and life span development. He is currently a Behavioral Health Officer with the Indiana Army National Guard and was deployed to the Persian Gulf in 2019.


  • PhD, 1999, Northern Illinois University
  • MA, 1993, Northern Illinois University
  • BA, 1987, Purdue University
  • Health Service Provider in Psychology, State of Indiana

Current Courses

  • PSY 670 - Principles and Techniques of Psychotherapy
  • PSY 679 - Adult Services Clinic

Professional Affiliations

  • Professional Member, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science
  • Affiliate Member, American Psychological Association, Society for Military Psychology (Division 19)