In my practice, I work to personalize the experience, as therapy may look different for each person, family or couple, depending on why you are here. Our work may be short or long-term, solution-focused or goal-exploring, and may include a variety of therapy techniques such as narrative therapy, mindfulness, attachment-based therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), family therapy, and/or trauma-informed therapy.

After earning my MSW from New York University, I worked as a social worker and therapist in a multitude of settings, including private practice, hospitals, community centers, pharmaceutical companies, outpatient, and private schools.

I also completed a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course at Georgetown University in 2015, and wrote a clinical protocol to measure the impact of MBSR on hemophilia clients living with chronic pain. Later, I co-wrote a protocol with the Department of Psychiatry at Georgetown University, which brought MBSR to chronically-ill adolescents.
— Lauren


  • Master of Social Work,  New York University of Washington, 2010

  • Bachelor of Arts, Middlebury College, 2006

  • Massachusetts LICSW license # 120442

  • Member, National Association of Social Workers (NASW)


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Payment Accepted

  •  Aetna

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield

  • Harvard Pilgrim (Credentialing)

  • Tufts (Credentialing)

  • United Behavioral Health (Credentialing)

  • Self-Pay