Enyo Ndinyah, LPC
Enyo Ndinyah, LPC


Pronouns: she/her/hers
I believe in the power of hope and allowing oneself to dream enormously in order to achieve their life goals and deepest desires to become the total positive individual who lies beneath. In addition, I strongly believe that the depths of despair, fear, grief, trauma and loss of self may challenge one to think or trust the falsehoods of their journey to create a road of unwieldiness toward success, but it is not the full truth of what one can gain to find their glimmers of hope, peace and solace within their self understanding.
Modalities used—Encouragement and Empowerment through CBT/REBT, Motivational Interviewing, Reality, and Adlerian, trauma techniques in order to assist with challenging deeply rooted beliefs/thoughts, as well as experiences as well as gaining increased desire to gain what one wants with their ability to evolve and improve mood/symptoms and/or feelings of depression.
Experience—12 years of experience working within the mental health field with individuals who are diagnosed with mood disorders, depression, anxiety, trauma or needing an increase for positive motivation through work or desiring to improve life purpose
Age Groups
Late Adolescent to young adult
Age 18-21
Age 21-64
Age 65+


  • Mood disorders
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma or needing an increase for positive motivation through work or desiring to improve life purpose.

Can Also Work With

  • Individual Adults with symptoms of depression, anxiety, bipolar, trauma
    Self worth/esteem/value

  • Debunking Negative thought patterns
    BiPoc individuals

  • LGBTQ+

  • Relationship/Parenting issues

  • Academic/Career/Retirement/Life transitions

  • Pregnancy /postpartum concerns

  • Grief

  • And other various complex life concerns

Insurances Covered:

  • Highmark

  • Optum

  • UPMC

  • Aetna

  • Cigna

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