Claire LaBriola is a Counselor Intern at The Anxiety & Stress Management Institute.  She is pursuing a Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Georgia State University.  Claire received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy at Colgate University.  She then received her Juris Doctor at Emory University School of Law.

Prior to attending her master’s degree program, Claire was an Aissistant District Attorney at Fulton County District Attorney’s Office.  She also worked as an Associate at Drew, Eckl, and Farnham, LLP specializing in civil litigation defense.  Currently, Claire works as a graduate research assistant in the HOPE Lab at Georgia State University.  Her current research focuses on suicide intervention training, religious/spiritual coping during disaster, and clinical outreach with disaster impacted populations.

While Claire has a wide array of clinical interests, her specialties are anxiety, depression, OCD, eating disorders, suicidal ideation, perfectionism, and trauma.  She is interested in working with people of all ages and backgrounds.  Claire takes a holistic approach to counseling and wellness and employs Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure Therapy, and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) in her work.

 Claire LaBriola, B.A., Counselor Intern is operating under the direction and supervision of Licensed Psychologist, Christina Noble, Ph.D.