Wendy is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice who’s provided mental health care to individuals and couples since 1988.

Wendy earned her PhD in clinical psychology from Boston University and a master’s degree in counseling and consulting psychology from Harvard University.  Her clinical training includes a two-year practicum placement at the Brookline Community Mental Health Center, an intensive pre-doctoral internship at McLean Hospital and a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard Community Health Plan working with adults in individual, couple, group, and stress management modalities. 

Wendy provides short-term, solution-focused therapy, long-term psychodynamic therapy, stress-management techniques, and relaxation skills and strategies in her work with adults of all ages.  


If you are facing depression and anxiety,  .... (remove bullets) 

or if you are looking to ... (positive things)

 Depression and Anxiety, Intimacy and Loneliness, Family of Origin, Personal Growth, Weight and Body Image, Loss, Grief and Bereavement


Beyond her clinical skill and dedication, Wendy offers deep listening to clients, and is gifted at speaking with intention, compassion and care.  Her clients describe her as authentic, warm and responsive.  

Wendy's special interests, which she continues to deepen with ongoing continuing education, include the mind-body connection and mindfulness-based strategies for ________  (emotions, sensations)

She is a member of the American Psychological Association, National Register of Health Service Providers and Massachusetts Psychological Association.


To hear something asks very little of us. To listen places our entire being on notice.
— Terry Tempest Williams