Michael is a Clinical Psychologist who focuses on the treatment of mood disorders, severe and persistent mental illness, relationship concerns,  anxiety disorders, and phase of life distress. He operates from from a variety of clinical perspectives and theoretical orientations, including psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, emotion focused, and interpersonal psychotherapy. Michael received his doctorate from Antioch University New England in 2013 and his B.A. from Merrimack College in 2007. In his clinical work he strives to create a safe, warm, and challenging space where the therapeutic relationship can focus on life’s biggest hurdles. In addition to individual therapy, Michael also does couples/marital therapy, runs psychotherapy groups, and can complete an array of psychological evaluations.