Cynthia Fisher, LMFT, LMHC
Clinical Director, Psychotherapist
Cynthia is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist as well as a Mental Health Counselor. She is passionate about seeing wholeness and restoration coming back in her client's lives and marriages. Her marital/family experience ranges from pre-marital counseling, marriage enrichment, blended families to affair recovery counseling. Cynthia also sees individuals who are struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, dual diagnosis and various mood disorders. She loves equipping women and men who are in emotionally abusive relationships to increase their confidence and understand and exercise emotionally healthy boundaries. In addition, she loves working with men and women over 55 and strives to help them adapt to many of the milestones they face as they retire and enter into this new season of life.
Since the mid 1990's Cynthia has experience in working with individuals, children and families in outreach, as well as in school settings (elementary through college). She has been in private practice since 2001. Due to the growing therapeutic needs in the area; as well as the need for skilled clinicians, Cynthia founded Quadra Counseling Associates in 2008. The practice consists of clinicians with varying specialties and licenses to meet the comprehensive needs of people in the North Shore. Cynthia has facilitated Professional Seminar Courses for students pursuing their Master of Counseling degree, as well as supervised therapists who are working towards Massachusetts licensure.
Cynthia received her Masters in Counseling from Gordon Conwell Seminary.
Kim Collins, LICSW
Kim Collins is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. She received her Master’s in Social Work from Boston University. She works with individuals of all ages as well as with families. She has extensive experience working with children and adolescents as they struggle with stressors related to social interactions, family conflicts, academic problems, trauma history and difficulty regulating their mood and behavior. She also provides parenting support and instruction, and psychotherapy for individual adults dealing with a variety of different concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss.
Nancy Cormier, LICSW
Nancy is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, as well as a licensed Massachusetts School Social Worker/School Adjustment Counselor. In that capacity, she has worked in elementary, middle and high schools. In addition to working with children, Nancy enjoys working with adolescents and adults. Her experience includes treating clients of all ages experiencing depression, anxiety, anger management, stress management, family conflicts, grief and loss, as well as self-esteem and relational issues. Nancy utilizes strengths-based clinical skills to create positive, affirming relationships in order to facilitate clients' successfully attaining their goals.
Tierzah Daugherty, LMHC
Tierzah is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). She received her Master of Arts in Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She works with individuals of all ages who struggle with anxiety, depression, and family conflict, and with those who have experienced trauma. Tierzah specializes in Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS), which is an evidence-based, non-pathologizing model that integrates spirituality, facilitates connection and self-compassion, and helps you to heal all the parts of you that are burdened or stuck in unhelpful roles.
Charlott Hartley, LMHC
Charlott is a Liscensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). She received her degree from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in Hamilton MA with a concentration in marriage and families. Charlott is certified in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and has experience working with individuals, couples and families. Issues addressed are depression, anxiety, relationship issues, self-esteem, trauma, grief and loss, stress as well as adjusting to difficult situations. As a cognitive behavioral therapist, Charlott will come alongside you and help you to define goals, know yourself better, and discover your gifts. You will then be better prepared to make decisions and actions that are right for you. Change will be no longer an obstacle but a welcomed opportunity as hope is realized in your circumstances.
Alicia Lindley, LMHC
Alicia Lindley is a licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and has been counseling full time since graduating from Gordon Conwell in 2015. She received her masters in counseling, specializing in: solution focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, grief, trauma, anxiety and depression. She creates a warm and safe environment to help encourage the client to freely share concerns and sensitive topics that need healing. Alicia allows clients to take the lead in their therapy and collaborates with them to ensure therapy is moving at a comfortable pace. She believes therapy can truly be impactful and her passion is to see healing and freedom develop for each and every client.
Nick Otto, LMHC
Nick is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with years of experience working with individuals of all ages as well as with couples and families. He received his Master of Arts in Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Nick is passionate about serving children with behavioral problems, learning disabilities, ADHD and autism spectrum disorders and offering education and support to the entire family. He also enjoys helping individuals who are dealing with PTSD, bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and developmental delays. Nick works from an eclectic approach that draws on psychodynamic, family systems, communication, and evidence based approaches, such as CBT.
Nick specializes in CBT.
Debbie Sweeney, LICSW
Debbie Sweeney holds a Master of Social Welfare (MSW) degree from the State University of New York at Albany. She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and a Certified School Adjustment Counselor. Debbie has more than 20 years of psychotherapy experience and training with teens and adults around a variety of concerns including self esteem, identity, stress management, conflict resolution, depression/mood disorders and anxiety. She also specializes in issues related to Marriage (Prepare and Enrich Certified for engaged and married couples), healing from Divorce, Eating Disorders, Trauma Survivors and Grief /Loss. When working with individuals, couples and families, Debbie employs different treatment techniques (such as Cognitive-Behavioral, Psychodynamic, Task Centered, Structural, Strategic) depending on need. She draws upon people’s strengths as an important component to their success and helps attend to the whole person so they can modify their environment to support their treatment goals. Debbie also has experience integrating a Christian perspective into the treatment process for those who desire this approach.