Stacy Oliver, LMHC
Beginning therapy is a very vulnerable and rewarding experience and the rapport with a therapist is of utmost importance.. It encourages patients to reframe thinking patterns and strengthen their inner self. For myself, I am humbled to be a part of that experience. I graduated from Assumption College in 2009 and Bridgewater State University with a Masters in Mental Health Counseling in 2012. In that time, I have had the privilege of working as a clinician in an inpatient facility, a Rape Crisis Center as a clinician and Prevention Coordinator, an In Home Behavioral Specialist for 6 years and a Behavioral Consultant for multiple programs. Recently, I became a Certified Dialectical Behavior therapist in a group practice where individual, family services were provided as well as leading multiple teen and young adult DBT groups.
I believe therapy requires multiple approaches. Every patient requires individualized treatment and deserves more than one standard module. Working as a collaborative team with patients, increases strength based approaches. Combining Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy is necessary for goals of treatment. Solution Focused Therapy and Client Centered as well, allows the client to feel confident in everyday life. I bring to the table an empathetic, non judgmental and authentic interaction with my patients. Patients are the expert in treatment and I’m present to validate all needs.
I specialize in providing a straightforward approach with clients while meeting them where they are at. Special interests include aiding in creating tools for emotion regulation, assertiveness communication techniques, eating disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Other specialities are working with patients who have experienced domestic violence, relationship difficulties and a history of sexual violence. Psychoeducation for patients fuels their understanding of struggles and a willingness to take an active part in their therapeutic process. Together, we’ll establish current needs and goals to expand the patient's toolbox of skills and feel confident outside of therapy.
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Rates & Insurance
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Cash options are always available ranging from $150 for initial assessment and $100 for following session.
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