MARJORIE SIEGEL, LICSW
Every therapeutic relationship is unique, reflecting the strengths and challenges a client brings to his or her therapist. I believe that therapy is teamwork. Together, we will work toward your goals based on a pace that is most comfortable for you. The ways in which we will work together will become an additional and unique opportunity for increasing self-awareness. I believe that lifelong problems can change through careful listening and gently encouraging perservering through difficult and confusing times. I am told by my clients that I am warm and help them to feel safe and comfortable. Starting with your first visit, we will create an environment where you feel validated and supported. Together, we will observe patterns and feelings as they arise to help you develop more authentic and satisfying relationships.
WE WILL WORK TOGETHER FOR POSITIVE CHANGE.
I chose to become a social worker because of an orientation which recognizes that a person’s problems are the result both of nature and nurture. Social workers recognize that people are affected on a daily basis by the social and physical environments in which we live and work. I have never stopped studying and training in order to be the best clinician I can be.
- Graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Psychoanalysis
- Certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)
- Studied Gottman Method Couples Therapy with Drs. John and Julie Gottman.
- Recognized by colleagues for my professionalism by being elected the first social worker to be President of the Massachusetts Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology.
I look forward to talking with you about how I might be helpful.