Stephen Corrigan, LMHC
Stephen has earned his Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology degree from Framingham State College. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and has been working with individuals managing mental health symptoms for over 20 years. He has a broad range of professional experience in various settings including adult and adolescent inpatient hospitals, adult and adolescent residential programs, crisis centers, community mental health centers, correctional facilities, and private practice settings.
Stephen has provided individual therapy and group therapy for almost 19 years to adult men and women, adolescent boys and their families, along with treating couples with relationship issues. He incorporates many different therapeutic modalities when addressing issues related to depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, drug and alcohol abuse, self-esteem, stress management, problematic sexual behaviors, self-harming behaviors, along with parenting issues related to young adult and adolescent stress. He uses evidence based practices related to the symptoms and goals the client is looking to address. He uses a person-centered, strength based approach to managing clients and the treatment they have outlined for themselves. He understands that we all have strengths and weaknesses and focusing on our strengths can be a powerful start to making changes.
Phone: 508.589.5333 x210