Charles F. Mundhenk, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist with over 40 years of experience providing psychotherapy to adults and couples. He has extensive experience with marital issues and has previously been a co-presenter of a psycho-educational program for divorcing parents with dependent children for the past 20 years. He is also trained in divorce mediation and has been trained as a coach in Collaborative Law.
Other areas of specialization include alcohol abuse issues as it affects families and individuals. He works as a divorce coach and a co-parenting coach to help couples or individuals navigate the difficulties they experience throughout the divorce process, and after the divorce has been completed.
His practice is currently closed to new ongoing psychotherapy clients but he does continue to accept clients for the above-mentioned coaching cases.
He can be reached at 339-788-3741 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Selma Ingber, LICSW, is a clinical social worker with over 40 years of experience providing psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families. Selma has been in private practice in Cohasset for over 30 years.
Ms. Ingber has been a certified parent education provider for the Probate Court, co-presenting monthly classes in Hanover for divorcing parents of minor children. In addition to a general psychotherapy practice, she offers parents support and guidance regarding a broad range of child and adolescent developmental, emotional, and behavioral issues. Ms. Ingber also specializes in the management of anxiety and stress utilizing hypnosis and relaxation techniques.
She can be reached at S.email@example.com or 781-710-1751
David Shumaker, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who has been with MarVista since 2004. He has a diverse practice, seeing adults, couples, children, and adolescents. David earned a BA from Harvard University, a Ph.D. in clinical-community psychology from the University of South Carolina, and two advanced post-doctoral degrees in pediatric forensic psychology from Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital.
In addition to his private practice, David is an associate professor in the psychology department at Suffolk University where he serves as the director of the Masters in Mental Health Counseling program. He has published extensively in the areas of existential-integrative therapy. David's new office is located at NORWELL EXECUTIVE CENTER 167 Washington Street Suite 28 Norwell MA 02061 David can be reached at 781.974.8988 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Amy Gubellini, LICSW, is a licensed independent clinical social worker with diverse experience successfully providing psychotherapeutic services to adults, couples, and teens. Amy has had the privilege of working across multiple settings including correctional facilities, courts, hospitals, and private and public schools. Amy specializes in working with clients struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, loss, marital challenges, and life transitions. She is currently working towards her certification in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) to support her work with couples. EFT is an evidenced-based highly effective model developed by Dr. Susan Johnson, which seeks to create new interactions between couples to foster secure bonding.
Amy received her undergraduate interdisciplinary degree in English and Sociology from Emmanuel College and her Master of Social Work degree from Bridgewater State University. She utilizes multiple interventions and frameworks such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solutions Focused Therapy, and Trauma-Informed Care. Amy is passionate about the mind-body connection and often incorporates mindfulness and holistic strategies in her work with clients while offering a humanistic and spiritual approach.
Robert Williams has been a Licensed Psychologist since 1982. Currently, in addition to general practice, he specializes in the treatment of psychoactive substance use disorders, holding the APA-CPP, as well as LADC I. He has a special interest in the co-morbidity between trauma and addiction. For approximately a decade, he volunteered with the American Red Cross as a Disaster Mental Health Specialist, and among other crises, was active in the aftermath of 911 in Boston and then New York.
Locally, he served as Assistant Officer during the Worcester Cold Storage Fire in 1999. For more than a decade he was a Psychologist for the Region I DMORT Team, under the Department of Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services. Under that department, he was dispatched as the Mental Health Team Leader for two weeks with the “Katrina Assistance Project” at a shelter in Monroe, Louisiana under SAMSHA. With 10 years of State service, he retired in 2005 after serving as Psychologist II with UMass Medical School, now maintaining a private practice.
Dawn M. Capelli, LICSW, is a clinical social worker with over 25 years of experience providing psychotherapy for individuals and families. She works with children, adolescents, and parents who are adjusting to life changes and challenges. She is certified in the DIR (Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-based) Model, which is an approach tailored to the unique strengths and needs of children with developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders. She also has expertise in trauma, anxiety, and depression and is trained in EMDR.
Stephen MacCormack is an Educational Specialist, a Reading Specialist, and a Speech-Language Pathologist. He provides complete testing to identify dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities in students of all ages as well as in adults. Mr. MacCormack will develop a full set of recommendations based on your child's profile of strengths and weaknesses as a learner. With his understanding of differentiated teaching approaches, he will help you to develop an instructional plan which will drive your child's unique school-based vision.
Mr. MacCormack will also support your interactions with school staff and IEP teams in the short term and throughout your child's school career.
Patricia Fair has been practicing psychotherapy on the South Shore for over 30 years. Her experience began in acute-care hospitals caring for medical-surgical patients as an RN and expanded to community mental health in schools, counseling centers, and private practice. Patricia has an eclectic approach influenced by psychodynamic theory, cognitive-behavioral treatment, and a Mindfulness-based practice. She is a graduate of Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. Included among Patricia’s clients are individuals and families suffering from anxiety, depression, trauma, and loss. She provides a safe place for individuals to cope with life's challenges, including caring for loved ones with serious mental or physical illness, and/or addiction. She has a particular interest in helping health care providers cope during this extremely stressful time. Patricia can be reached at 781-710-5837