Noelle Zamudio, PhD

Remote Part-Time Professor, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Areas of Expertise:

  • ​Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Diversity and Inclusion, Trauma Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Relationship Therapy


  • ​​PhD in Counselor Education & Supervision - MFT Track, The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio


  • ​The Impact of Trauma Upon the Self-Esteem of African American Adolescents and the Moderating Effect of Boundaries in the Parent-Adolescent Relationship

Research Areas of Interest:

  • ​​Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Diversity and Inclusion, Trauma Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Relationship Therapy, African Americans, Latinos

Certifications and /or Licenses:

  • ​​EMDRIA Certified Therapist and CIT
  • Gottman Level 1 and 2 Training, EFT Externship and Core Skills, Prepare/Enrich Certificate
  • Licensed as an MFT in Ohio, MI, and NC 

Select Publications:

  • ​Patton, R., Chappelle, N., Fisher, U., McDowell-Burns, M., Pennington, M., Smith, S., & Vitek, M. (2016). Teaching general systems theory concepts through open space technology: reflections from practice. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 35(4), 1-10.
  • Chappelle, N., & Tadros, E. (2021). Using Structural Family Therapy to Understand the Impact of Poverty and Trauma on African American Adolescents. The Family Journal, 29(2), 237-244.

Select Professional Experience:

  • ​Doctoral Teaching Internship at Ursuline College Art Therapy/Counseling Program
  • Doctoral TA at University of Akron
  • AAMFT member, EMDRIA member, APA member, ICEEFT Member