As an Associate Clinician at Cumberland Counseling, Linda brings a family systems approach to her work with individuals, couples, and families. Clients will benefit from Linda’s deep belief in the capacity for human growth and transformation.
Linda especially enjoys working collaboratively with couples seeking to repair and deepen their relationship, using Gottman Method Couples Therapy. With psychodynamic and intergenerational family therapy perspectives, Linda guides clients to a deeper understanding of self as they navigate life passages, including relationship building, parenting, changing family dynamics, job-related stress and career transitions, aging, mortality, and bereavement. Another focus for Linda is helping partners and individuals on their family-building journey, including those dealing with fertility issues and pregnancy loss. Linda is also interested in helping clients explore their creative development and practice, addressing issues of motivation, perfectionism, procrastination, and performance anxiety.
Linda has completed Levels One and Two of the Gottman Method Couples Therapy. She received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Southern California and her master's degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles. She is currently pursuing a re-specialization certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University New England while working toward MFT licensure in Rhode Island.