We believe that people have the
capacity for growth and connectedness,
and that therapy can help people find more
effective and satisfying ways of living.
Thank you for your interest in the Women's Mental Health Collective.
At this time, we are not able to accept new clients.
Psychotherapy for women, men and non-binary individuals
Supervision and consultation to therapists and agencies
Billing services to small psychotherapy practices
Maria Cimino, L.I.C.S.W.
Maria Cimino is an experienced therapist who works with adults, couples and groups. She has specific experience working with gender and sexuality issues, substance abuse recovery and parenting challenges. She believes a collaborative, therapeutic relationship allows people the safety to develop insight in order to make changes in their lives. She is especially interested in integrating mindfulness meditation and mindful self-compassion practices with psychotherapy.
Beth Cowett, L.I.C.S.W.
Beth Cowett is a seasoned therapist who has been working with adults of all ages since 1995. She assists those looking to relieve anxiety and depression, cope with loss or life transitions, and build more meaningful and satisfying relationships.
She believes that open expression of feelings and telling personal truths in a trusting environment can be deeply healing. Through gentle, direct feedback, practical suggestions, and humor, she helps individuals to identify personal goals and tackle barriers to achieving these goals. Slowing down, taking time for yourself, and developing non-judgmental awareness of your feelings will relieve discomfort and isolation.
Beth has special training in treating trauma as well as specific interest in women's issues across the life span, including fertility issues and adoption.
Betsy Hinden, Ph.D.
Betsy Hinden is a clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience. Although her approach is primarily relational and psycho-dynamic, mindfulness and acceptance practices are an integral part of her work. She has developed expertise in working with people who are struggling with experiences of trauma broadly defined, and with the feelings of loss and grief, depression and anxiety that often accompany these experiences. Her therapeutic focus is on co-creating a safe and deeply healing relationship in which you can feel less alone and become more aware of the nature and dynamics of your struggle. Ultimately, the goal of working together in therapy will be to use this awareness to support clients in feeling more connected to themselves and others, and to be better able to make the choices that allow them to live full and meaningful lives.
Our Fees & Insurance Information
The Women's Mental Health Collective is a non-profit agency.
We accept third party insurance payments and are providers for many managed care organizations:
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
United Health Care
Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare
Out-of-Network Benefits with all Insurance Carriers