FAQ

We have a fully-licensed staff of therapists with a variety of expertise dealing with different mental health issues. We try to find the best match for each individual based on the issue and availability of therapists.

Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by one of their parents or guardian-of-record for the first visit to sign paperwork and discuss with the therapist why the child is coming to counseling.

One parent is encouraged to accompany their child to subsequent sessions. If the child brings in the co-payment or you have made prior arrangements to pay by credit card, your child can come in by themselves.  Of course, occasionally, the therapist may recommend that you attend a full or partial session. No child is released from a session without a parent present unless prior authorization has been given.

The parent-of-record for the child must come for the first visit.

Not currently.

Couples may be seen together or individually. Sometimes, each person will have their own therapist and then together will see a 3rd therapist together. Other times, the couple may see a therapist together and then see the same therapist separately as needed.

The Marblehead Council on Aging provides transportation, by reservation, for Marblehead residents age 60 or more and for those who are under 60 and disabled. Rides are provided from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. You can also take bus 441 to the Clifton Ave/Humphrey Street intersection. From there, it is a short walk down Clifton Avenue to our center.

We provide in-home therapy on a case-by-case basis to elderly and disabled individuals who are unable to come into the center and live in Marblehead, Swampscott, and Salem.