Changes at MFT3

As in all things, changes are happening around the offices of MFT3.

First, Katherine is reducing her hours in CT as she is building a practice in New Hampshire, kTherapy, in Hanover, NH. Katherine will still be in the CT offices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9-6 starting August 8, 2017. She will be in her New Hampshire location on Mondays starting August 14, 2017.

Susan Sherrick, MS, LPC

With this transition we also are pleased and proud to announce that Susan Sherrick, MS, LPC has joined us at MFT3. Susan brings an amazing skill set to the area. She loves working with kids, parents and families, dealing with trauma, domestic abuse and addiction issues. Susan is also fluent in Spanish, a real bonus for clients in our area. Susan is at the MFT3 offices on Saturdays and some evenings. As need expands so will her availability.

Betsy is also expanding her hours at MFT3. Betsy specializes in couples work, be it repairing and rebuilding relationships or safely and productively dissolving them. She also has a passion for working with teens. Betsy has weekday, evening and Saturday availability.

Valerie is at the MFT3 offices on Thursday evenings and Saturdays. Valerie specializes in assisting women in personal and health transitions, specifically issues dealing with breast and reproductive health. Valerie is also passionate about working with young adults and couples.

And last but not least, Emily is our child therapy expert. Emily also proudly offers Brainspotting therapy for kids and adults, enabling them to move through stuck patches in their lives and to process traumas non-verbally, greatly reducing any re-traumatizing that can come with talking about such tough experiences. Emily is at the MFT3 offices on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

As always we are all deeply grateful for the privilege and opportunity to serve our clients. We are proud to be a 9-year service provider in the area. Please don’t hesitate to contact us to see how we may be able to help you and your loved ones.

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