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Laura McLaughlin received her master’s in counseling from the University of Massachusetts at Boston in 1995. She is a licensed mental health counselor, a licensed marriage and family therapist and a Certified Equine Interaction Mental Health Professional. She maintains an Approved Supervisor Designation with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and maintains membership in the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) and the American Hippotherapy Association. Over the last 25 years, Laura has worked with youth and families in residential, community, home-based, outpatient and outdoor settings. Areas of expertise include working with complex family systems, couples counseling and helping individuals of all ages overcome difficulties originating from traumatic life experiences. Her areas of interest include clinical supervision, consultation, EMDR, clinical hypnosis, meditation, neurofeedback, and equine interaction with psychotherapy. Laura also utilizes a variety of therapeutic models such as CBT, DBT, somatic experiencing, polyvagal theory and IFS.
Michael Chadwick received his master of science degree in mental health counseling and psychological services from Salem State College. He is a member in good standing with the American Mental Health Counselors Association and the Massachusetts Mental Health Counselors Association. Michael is a licensed mental health counselor and has extensive experience working with adolescents in educational settings. Michael has a comprehensive understanding of special education and local resources. He specializes in the areas of anger management and conflict resolution. Michael enjoys clinical supervision, consultation, individual counseling with latency age children, adolescents and adults.
Robin Risso received her master’s in counseling from Cambridge College in Cambridge, MA in 2000. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist and has been a clinical member in good standing with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Robin is an Approved Supervisor for the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, coaching clinicians entering the field. Robin’s work has a strong focus in working from a relational perspective with adults, teens, and couples. Areas of expertise include working with complex family systems, couples counseling, adolescent and transitional age issues. Robin utilizes a variety of therapeutic models including neurofeedback, CBT, DBT, IFS, EMDR, Experiential Therapy and Discernment Counseling for couples unsure of their path. Intervention techniques are explored to ensure that treatment is always centered on the voice(s) of those she is working with. Robin is EAGALA model trained.
Diana Carlson received her master’s degree in social work from Salem State College. She is a licensed independent clinical social worker and is a member in good standing with the National Association of Social Workers. As a clinician she works with children and adults of all ages. Diana’s interests include neurofeedback, mindfulness, EMDR, clinical supervision, consultation, and the treatment of depression, anxiety, trauma, anger, parenting, inattention, relationships, loss, and substance abuse.
Amy Bolton received her master’s degree in counseling from Gordon-Conwell. She completed the dual track program specializing in both mental health counseling and marriage and family counseling. Amy is an active member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy and an intuitive clinician that enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults in individual, group and family settings. Amy’s utilizes a variety of therapeutic models of such as EMDR, neurofeedback, CBT, DBT and IFS.