Rebecca Papadinis, LMHC

Rebecca graduated from Lindsey Wilson College with a M.Ed. in Professional Counseling and Human Development in Lexington, KY. After practicing in a small private practice and an adult day treatment program she moved to New England with her family. She worked in a community agency for four years as a clinician, program coordinator and most recently a program director of a local in-home therapy program for children and families. It is her passion for the clinical work and connecting with others which has inspired her to leave community mental health administration and open this private practice which focuses on wellness, the whole person and a calm nurturing place to explore oneself.

 

As a clinician Rebecca comes from a person-centered, strengths based approached and connects most with the Adlerian theory of the human experience. She believes that every person is unique and experiences the world in their own way. She also believes that each person has internal motivation to reach their fully actualized selves, and it is when barriers and obstacle presents themselves in a person’s life that causes them to feel symptoms of anxiety and depression which causes the person to become stuck in a cycle of ineffective behaviors, and thought patterns. We all have control over the way relationships, beliefs and the world around us, affect us, and believes that with empowerment all people can experience the process of “the good life”. Rebecca believes in building upon our individual strength in order to help us overcome these negative experiences and continue in the process to a content life; and that reflecting on our past experiences, reactions and outcomes can help move us through our ever changing and times difficult to manage lives.

 

In addition to traditional talk therapy, Rebecca uses a wide variety of interventions to best suit the needs of each person she sees. She often uses guided imagery, relaxation techniques, aromatherapy, behavioral activation, play therapy, expressive art therapy, CBT, DBT, and pulls from additional theoretical orientations such as Gestalt, Existentialism, Jungian.

 

She believes that the key to successful therapy is a genuine, safe and judgement free therapeutic relationship in which interventions, and modalities of therapy are a way to put the relationship into action. She believes in working alongside of the people she sees and utilizing their expertise of themselves, their families and their children as a way to most effectively reach goals and continue through life’s journey. She focuses her practice in re-connecting the mind and the body, and approaching the whole person rather than their symptoms. She has a wide breadth of knowledge and experience with many mental health concerns and specialized in anxiety, depression, bereavement and grief, infertility and pregnancy loss, family conflict, behavioral and emotional concerns in children, parent coaching, women’s issues and works closely with the LGBTQA community, especially children who identify as transgender and adolescents and young adults who are navigating their sexuality.

                          Ashley  Mahoney, LMHC

 

Ashley is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who graduated from Cambridge College in Cambridge, MA with an M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology, School Adjustment and School Social Work. After graduating, she worked at a community mental health clinic as a clinician, transitioned to supervising their therapeutic mentoring program and moved on to supervise a small outpatient clinic.

 

In her clinical practice, Ashley believes in a strengths-based, collaborative approach where a person can feel safe to be present throughout the therapeutic process. She believes that empowering people through this process can help them find the insight they need to overcome challenges and negative thought patterns. Once a person feels motivated to make positive changes and break ineffective routines, one can find their own happiness.


She believes that one style of therapy does not work for everyone and instead works with the person to find an approach that best fits their needs. Some of these interventions include play therapy, expressive arts, CBT, DBT, grounding interventions and guided imagery. Ashley has experience in various areas of mental health including family therapy, couples therapy, work with children and adolescents, culture and race relations, depression, anxiety, postpartum depression, and LGBTQA community.   

                     

                       Katherine Carter, LMHC

Katherine is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who graduated from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA with a masters in Counseling Psychology. After graduating, she worked at a community mental health clinic as a clinician working with adult clients living with a variety of diagnoses such as anxiety, depression, bipolar Disorder, personality disorders and substance abuse disorders.  Katherine also worked with adolescents and families who were effected by addiction.  Katherine then worked for four years a community substance abuse clinic helping individuals living with addictions to get sober and learn how to live in recovery.  Currently, Katherine is working at a hospital in the greater Boston area helping to engage patients living with HIV/AIDS in medical, social, and psychological services.

As a clinician, Katherine believes in providing a non-judgmental, safe space where a person can feel free to explore different ways of thinking, feeling, and doing. Through collaborative, goal oriented, person focused therapy Katherine helps to guide clients to achieve their goals.   Katherine’s counseling style is primarily talk therapy. Katherine often incorporates expressive techniques such as art, music and movement therapies.  Katherine also is mindfulness trained and has experience using guided meditation. 

Katherine is experienced in working in different modalities such as individual, groups, and couples counseling.  Also, Katherine has experience working with different populations including adolescents, adults, elders, multicultural, and LGBTQA community. 

Katie Dewey-Rosenfeld, LMHC, AT-R

Katie is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Over the course of her career she has worked in a variety of settings including home, residential, and clinic based counseling. The variety of settings has helped her learn to adapt her methods to best suit each individual, couple or family she work with. She believes in meeting a client where they are while also challenging them to take positive steps toward change and growth. Be it a gentle nudge or a more assertive push she believes it helps create a shift for those she sees. She often if not always utilize use her creativity, be it through the use of art therapy or therapeutic writing, or in a simple task or “assignment” for outside of session along with her optimistic nature to help clients find meaning and purpose in order to gain confidence on their chosen path. 

Katie is a registered Art Therapist, and will be offering various groups and workshops. She is also available on Saturdays.

Katie currently only accepts Out-Of-Network and private pay.

Emergency Resources

Urgent appointment requests: 978-417-1531

Emergency Serivices/Mobile Crisis: 978-620-1250

Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

National Parent Hotline: 1-855-427-2736

For imminent risk call: 911

Contact Rebecca Papadinis, LMHC

 

Address: 853 Turnpike Street

              Unit 241

              North Andover, MA 01845

 

Intake Telephone : ​978-417-1531

Office Phone : 978-655-8798

Fax : 978-984-7123

Email : papadinis.rebecca@gmail.com

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