Psychotherapists in the Women's Mental Health Collective
Beth Cowett, L.I.C.S.W.
Ginna Donovan, Ph.D.
Betsy Hinden, Ph.D.
Noel Jette, L.I.C.S.W..
Ronnie Littenberg, Ph.D.
Liz Zoob, L.I.C.S.W.
Maria Cimino, L.I.C.S.W., sees individuals, families, and couples, and has specific experience working with gender and sexuality issues, substance abuse and recovery, and parenting challenges. She believes that a strong therapeutic relationship allows people to develop insight and create change in past and current struggles.
Beth Cowett, L.I.C.S.W., is a clinical social worker who sees child and adult clients. She specializes in working with survivors of violence, abuse, and neglect, and focuses on the ways that trauma affects emotions, relationships, and the body. She is also interested in the impact of gender, class, and race on individuals and on the therapeutic relationship.
Ginna Donovan, Ph.D., has her doctoral degree in developmental and clinical psychology. She is particularly interested in mid-life women's issues, gay and lesbian parenting, and the dynamics of women's groups. She has been a Collective member since 1971.
Betsy Hinden, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist working with children, adolescents, and adults. She has specialized training in the assessment and treatment of mental health problems during childhood and adolescence. Dr. Hinden relies on strength-based approaches to help individuals and families achieve the growth and development they desire.
Noel Jette, L.I.C.S.W., is a founding member of the Women's Mental Health Collective. She has extensive experience in individual and group therapy, particularly in treating adult children of alcoholics., substance abuse, bereavement, and survivors of early childhood trauma.
Ronnie Littenberg, Ph.D., is a founding member of the Collective. She has worked to integrate new understandings of women's development, gender, and power into therapy, and to use this as a way to address conflict and pain in our lives. She is interested, as well, in mindfulness-based meditation and stress reduction.
Liz Zoob, L.I.C.S.W., has been a member of the Collective since 1983. Her clinical interests include developmental transitions, negotiating relationships, and the ways in which thoughts and beliefs can affect emotional well-being. Her work integrates cognitive-behavioral strategies, hypnosis, insight oriented psychotherapy, and Internal Family Systems, a model of psychotherapy developed by Dr. Richard Schwartz.
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