Meredyth Feldman, Psy.D.
Emphasizing each individual’s capacity to achieve personal empowerment, strengthen problem-solving skills, and enjoy emotional stability.
Dr. Meredyth Feldman’s approach to counseling is both collaborative and holistic. As a Licensed Psychologist, she has built on over 20 years of experience in the fields of education and healthcare and is committed to treating individuals of all ages suffering from a broad variety of behavioral, emotional and psychological difficulties including mood disorders, anxiety disorders and transitional issues. Her work has brought her to a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, and mental health centers. She brings a deep appreciation for the developmental hurdles involved in living a healthy, balanced life. What sets her apart from others is her extensive knowledge of how behavior and communication patterns impact personal lives and the ability to meaningfully connect with others.
Background & Qualifications
Dr. Meredyth Feldman’s approach to counseling is both collaborative and non-judgmental. As a Licensed Psychologist, she has built on over 20 years of experience in the fields of education and healthcare. Dr. Feldman is committed to treating adolescents and adults who suffer from various mood and anxiety disorders. She focuses on the client’s goals using a number of science-based treatments, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), traditional talk therapy, EMDR, and stress-reduction techniques. She also brings a deep appreciation for the developmental hurdles involved in living a healthy, balanced life.
Change is the one constant that life offers. We live in challenging times. Successfully coping with and juggling the needs of oneself, children, spouse/partner, parents, and job/school requires mental energy and flexibility that can be elusive at times. The impact of understanding one’s patterns of behavior and communication and how they impact others enhances one’s connection with others. It is this connection that is the hallmark of physical and mental well-being.
Dr. Feldman received her BA in sociology and general science from Brandeis University in Waltham, MA, and graduated with honors. She earned her Psy.D., a doctorate in clinical psychology from Antioch New England University in Keene, NH. She was selected to present her original research, Fibromyalgia and the Impact on Social Support at the American Psychological Association’s annual conference held in Boston. She is a member of both the Massachusetts and American Psychological Associations.