Carmen Dominguez, LMHC
Carmen has been a psychotherapist and consultant for the past 30 years. She draws on her innate intuitive abilities as well as her traditional training to bring guidance and transformation to her clients. She believes in working collaboratively with her clients to address self-defeating habits and to empower her clients to explore their infinite potential. She also works collaboratively at times with talented colleague to enhance her client’s mental wellbeing. She believes that the mind, body, and spirit are interconnected. She understands that when the mind, body, and spirit are in harmony and alignment, her clients can reach their life goals. She has specialized in working with individuals, families, and couples who have experienced trauma, addictions, and an array other mental health issues. She perceives a person’s healing as a creative process that is best achieved when drawn from many modalities to support optimal wellness.
Carmen has been an adjunct professor at Lesley university since 1999. She developed and continues to teach Treating the Addictions. She also regularly teaches Clinical Skills, Culture & Identity, and Children and Adolescent Psychopathology. Carmen completed an intensive family therapy training at the former Cambridge Family Institute. She is well-versed in Post Induction Therapy where she was instructed at The Meadows in Wickenburg, AZ by Pia Mellody, author of Facing Codependency and other books. Carmen was a supervisor of a SAMSA research project for the prevention of adolescent substance abuse. She has presented developmental adolescent research at Harvard University. Throughout her years in practice, she has developed and facilitated substance abuse programs throughout the Boston area and Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Carmen offers individual, couples, and family psychotherapy along with astrology readings, personalized compassion meditations for partners, Psychotherapeutic Reiki, Beyond 12 Step Recovery groups, and shamanic healing. She is a yoga teacher, reiki master, and facilitator of Dr. Sue Morter's The Energy Codes.
Amanda Britton, LMHC
Amanda offers integrative mind-body psychotherapy with various holistic modalities aligned with psychiatric clinical experience and education. Amanda received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lesley University with a concentration in Holistic Studies. She has been an individual and group mental health counselor for the past 6 years. She has practiced in Dual Diagnosis Partial Hospitalization and outpatient counseling facilities throughout the Greater Boston Area. She received her Health Coaching certification in 2013 from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, her Reiki Master Teacher certification in 2015, and in 2019, she completed 500 hour Yoga Instructor training. Amanda has been trained in several esoteric healing traditions over the past ten years.
Amanda is an undergraduate adjunct professor at Lesley University. She teaches Holistic Approaches to Healing, Psychology of Yoga, Yoga for Mental and Emotional Health, Human Services Concepts and Skills, Mindfulness and Mental Health, and Yoga: Theory, Culture, and Practice. Amanda has a daily meditation practice that she depends on for clarity, insight, and presence for working optimally with clients. She facilitates guided meditation groups and professional development trainings. She believes her craft to consist of bridging the clinical and the metaphysical.