Kristin Lieberman, MA, LAC
Kristin graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. She then went on to earn a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Boston College. She has worked as a clinician at a community mental health center serving children, adults, and families in their homes. She facilitated group therapy at a private psychiatric hospital in Boston, working with women, LGBT, Adult mental health, and Dual diagnosis populations in the partial hospital programs. Kristin has also worked as an individual and family clinician working at a secure treatment facility for adolescent girls involved in the juvenile justice system.
In addition to her clinical experience, Kristin has extensive research experience and has presented and published papers on such topics as developing high school students’ interest in STEM-related careers and the media’s influence on young women’s body image.
“ I believe that everyone comes to therapy with a multitude of experiences and expectations. It is my job as their therapist to help understand their viewpoint and support and guide them to where they want to be in their life. I truly believe that the simple act of having a voice and being heard can do wonders for improving a person’s sense of self-worth and their outlook on life.”