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Therapists - NECHM2019a
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Improving the Quality of Life for
Children, Adolescents and their Families
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Therapists

Beth Britt, LMHC

Beth Britt graduated with a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Holistic Specialization from Lesley University and a Bachelors in psychology from the University of New Hampshire. Her professional experience has been working in outpatient counseling centers, as well as school/community outreach counseling programs. She has worked with clients of all ages.

Her special interest is focusing on the mind-body connection to help with personal growth and healing. She also uses a strengths-based approach which focuses on people’s abilities and empowers them to overcome difficulties. She implements various types of therapies ranging in art and expressive therapy to person centered or relational therapy. She currently works with children, adolescents, young adults as well as working with families.

Christina Feng, LMHC

Christina Feng, LMHC received her BA in psychology from Boston University and a dual MA in mental health counseling and marriage & family therapy from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She has worked in various settings, including crisis pregnancy centers, public schools, in-home therapy, and outpatient clinics. She has extensive experience counseling culturally diverse populations, and has collaborated with several divisions of the Department of Health and Human Services.

Christina embraces a directive style, and seeks to establish strong therapeutic relationships to empower clients to be active agents in their journeys towards healing, growth, and change. Christina integrates cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, and narrative techniques, and further utilizes dialectical behavioral therapy in her clinical approach. Among her interests are mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, and faith in counseling.

Warren Ivey, LMHC, CAGS

Warren Ivey LMHC, CAGS has a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) in Marriage and Family Therapy from UMass Boston. He earned a BA in Psychology from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, and a Masters of Science degree in Counseling Psychology, from the University of Baltimore. Warren has five years of comprehensive experience at Sheppard Pratt Hospital, Maryland. He worked seven years in a multicultural population in Roxbury, MA;. He worked three years, part-time with the Lexington Crisis Team, out of the Edinburg Center and three years in a private practice in Chelmsford. He currently is a clinical supervisor/clinician at an agency in Jamaica Plain, MA, with an additional role as the supervisor of its father support program. He enjoys collaborating with a number of fatherhood/family support agencies, most notably, a Boston DCF office’s Father Engagement Leadership Team as a Community Provider.

Warren is a collaborative family therapist who, from a narrative family systems approach, supports and encourages cognitive behavioral strategies and practices for the family unit. “Children Learn What They Live” is a guiding motto.

Nathaniel Voss, LMHC

Nathaniel Voss holds a Masters in counseling psychology from Lesley University and a Bachelors in sociology from the University of Michigan. His professional background in school and social service settings spans more than a decade, during which time he has worked with children, adolescents and adults struggling with a range of issues including trauma exposure, addictions, impulse control difficulties, situational stress, relationship concerns, and life transitions.

Nathaniel takes a collaborative, practical, present-moment approach to counseling, striving to fully include clients in the direction and monitoring of their growth. Using relational talk therapy along with movement-, art- and drama-based experiential therapies, he seeks to provide an outlet for clients to develop greater self-awareness, mastery of real-world skills, and increased sense of purpose, authenticity and self-authorship over their lives and in relationship with others.

Nathaniel has a special interest in positive and performance psychology, with a particular focus on the therapeutic benefits of competitive sport and community-based activities.

Randi Taylor, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, HSP

Dr. Randi Taylor completed her doctorate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh and obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and English from Rutgers University.

She sees primarily adults, and has specialties in couples counseling, mood disorders, and trauma processing work. She integrates strategies and techniques from several types of psychotherapy models, including Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Her treatment approach is both humanistic and collaborative.

Betsy Katz, M.A.

Betsy Wilk Katz studied at Lesley University and earned her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Dance Movement therapy. Currently she is a practicing clinician at The New England Center for Healthy Minds applying expressive arts frameworks. Betsy’s integrative therapeutic approach is person-centered, client led and includes fundamentals of Dance Movement Therapy and Sensory Integration.

Her personal accomplishments include raising her two children and starting a non-profit that serves children through community based integrative movement interventions. Betsy has provided therapeutic explorations with children in Peru, Brazil and the Cayman Islands. She practices with a range of ages across the spectrum of mental health concerns with a focus on communication and movement disorders.

Jill Cooley, M.S.

Jill holds a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from University of Massachusetts, Boston. Her experience is varied and includes inpatient work as well as home-based services.

At NECHM, Jill works with preteens, teens, and adults on a range of issues, including trauma, depression, anxiety, and OCD. Her therapeutic approach considers each individual in the systemic context of their lives. She draws from several approaches, including dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and existential therapy, depending on what works best for each individual. Ultimately, she strives to develop a trusting, collaborative relationship so her clients can learn to foster their own strengths and empower themselves to lead meaningful and satisfying lives.