Janice A. Peneno, LICSW, BCD, LMT, APP
received her MSW from Boston University School of Social Work and her body work certification from the Palmer Institute for Massage and Body Work. In her private practice she works with individuals, couples and families. She employs a variety of techniques in assisting clients to reach their full potential including long-term insight oriented psychotherapy and short term cognitive/behavioral therapy. Janice is experienced in providing clinical consultation and supervision to other professionals.
Personal Organization is a specialty of Janice's to help clients gain control over the clutter and chaos in their lives. Personal organization can be worked on in traditional therapy or as a separate service in a home/office setting.
Janice is trained in several holistic approaches which allows for integration of mind/body/spirit work. Thought-Field Therapy, Reiki and Polarity are all forms of energy balancing to support a healthy mind, body and spirit. Energy work can be used as an independent form of healing or in conjunction with psychotherapy. Flower Essence work is the most recent addition to Janice's holistic work. Essences can provide a wonderful mind-body transition of the body's energy constitution.
Janice is a member of the National Association of Social Workers; the Association for Body Work and Massage Professionals; the American Polarity Therapy Association; the National Association of Professional Organizers.
Colleen M. Fisher, LICSW
received her MSW from Boston University School of Social Work. Her work includes: long term insight oriented psychotherapy and short-term cognitive behavioral therapy. Colleen also trained in DBT - Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness Techniques. Her clients include individuals, couples and families. She is experienced in providing clinical consultation and supervision to organizations and other professionals.
Experience includes: Over 20 years in Private Practice; Metrowest Mental Health Center (Director, satellite clinic); AIDS Action Committee (Support Group Coordinator); Boston Living Center (clinician); Family and Community Resources (Director of Mental Health, Executive Director).
She has provided consultation and training on: therapist sensitivity to issues in treating gay men and lesbians; assessing mental health issues in people with HIV; suicide assessment and intervention; managing stress in the work place.
Colleen is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and a founding board member of the Massachusetts Chapter of the Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups.
Therapy dog, Macallan, is often available upon request. He is trained in basic obedience and has received his Canine Good Citizen