Hi, i’m teri

I’m a self-proclaimed beach lover and mom to my little pup, Schoonie! I am so grateful to be a part of each person’s journey, to be witness to that, and to facilitate this powerful, transformational process. It is truly a gift and I look forward to serving you.

my commitment

My commitment is to be fully present and free of judgment, understanding and respecting the uniqueness of every individual.

my approach

My approach is unique, positive and motivational.  I bring passion and energy to my work.  I easily engage with people and offer tangible tools so that our work expands itself beyond actual sessions. Establishing trust and a good strong connection with each client is so crucial to having a productive working relationship.  Together we set intentions, get a plan of action, and develop our roadmap for change.

areas of specialization

My areas of specialization include struggles in relationships, family problems, marital issues, life transitions, anxiety, depressions, stress, low self-esteem, authentic communication, living a more authentic life, and living within one’s truths. I heavily focus on the power of self-compassion. Integrating these practices into your daily routine will change your life!

professional affiliations

→ Member of the South Shore Coalition of Independent Therapists (SSCIT)

→ Member of the National Association of Clinical Social Workers (NASW)

→ Richard Levin & Associates (RLA)

credentials & licensing

→ University of Michigan – Masters Level Degree in Clinical Social Work

→ Oakland University – Bachelors Level Degree in Psychology

→ Commonwealth State of Massachusetts – Fully Licensed LICSW

I have worked with Teri for 6 years and have experienced more personal growth than I could have ever hoped for. Her ability to help peel back the layers that accumulate over a lifetime has allowed me to discover my authentic self and better understand how to focus on the very personal elements that make up a happy and contented life.
— L.J. Mann, Scituate, MA

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