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Therapy & Counseling | North Station, Boston, MA
Colleen is a licensed independent clinical social worker who has been working for over nineteen years with adults, adolescents, and children to help support their therapeutic goals. Individuals of all ages may experience internal and/or external factors that can cause stress and imbalance and having an empathic, safe and non-judgmental space to go to can be invaluable. Colleen works in collaboration with her clients to determine the therapeutic approach that will best help support them through the events or stressors that have brought them to therapy.
Colleen believes in the inherent strength of individuals and in the therapeutic relationship to help her clients build skills for improved daily functioning and to be able to experience a range of emotions in a healthy way.
Colleen’s therapeutic approach is evidenced-based and can vary from psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, expressive arts, humanistic, and strength-based that aligns best with the goals of her client. Colleen has supported individuals with anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation, ADHD, school behavior, adjustment to life changes, grief, and more.
Colleen received her Master of Science in Dance/Movement Therapy from Pratt Institute in New York and her Masters of Social Work from Simmons College in Boston. She began her clinical career at Bronx Lebanon Hospital and has worked in hospital and outpatient settings in New York and Boston. Her experience ranges from inpatient, emergency services, therapeutic clinics, and most recently, school settings in Boston. She sees clients in our North Station office.