Noé is the Director of Bethesda Counseling Center and lecturer at UCBC. He received his Master’s degree in Counseling from Wheaton College USA in 2014. In 2016, he founded and launched Bethesda in order serve the local population with professional Christian counseling.
Bethesda provides counseling interventions that are critical for personal and community transformation in a context that experiences domestic and political violence, and common mental and behavioral health challenges. Noé conducts various seminars and training for health care workers, pastors, and community leaders in the area of forgiveness, grief, trauma, domestic violence, and reconciliation.
Noé lectures in the theology department at Université Chrétienne Bilingue du Congo (UCBC) and teaches courses such as: Ethics in Counseling, Grief and Trauma Counseling, and Introduction to Christian and Pastoral Counseling.
Noé and his wife Bethany have three girls (Joy, Anna and Lydia) live between Nairobi and the city of Beni, located in the Province of North Kivu.