Judy Collin, LMHC, MFT, Ph.D. Student
Judy obtained her Bachelor of Psychology degree at Wheelock College. She then earned her master’s in education at Cambridge College with a dual concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling in 2018. Judy is a current doctoral student at Antioch University’s Couple & Family Therapy program focusing on social justice. She is available to see clients both in-person and via telehealth and accepts out-of-pocket pay as well as several insurances.
Judy views the world through a systemic lens before becoming a therapist. She worked in a non-profit organization to help serve her community, where people of color faced systemic oppression and a lack of healthy coping skills. Judy’s interest lies in working with minorities to help them build meaning and understanding around the connection between their experiences, emotions, and behavior while allowing them to develop better relationships with employers, family, and friends by exploring racial traumas, comorbid disorders, and many other intersections. Judy’s interests are expanding past Emotional Focused Therapy & Feminist Theory. Judy also enjoys working with ADHD, anxiety, depression, and trauma using Cognitive Behavioral and Solution Focused Therapy.
Judy is a people therapist who uses humor and her authentic self to build rapport and work with individuals, families, and couples.