CENTER FOR THERAPY AND HEALING WELCOMES YOU
Genevieve Nave, LMHC- Here to Guide You
“The curious paradox is that, when I accept myself as I am, then I can change.”
A BIT ABOUT THERAPY
Personalized Attention for All Your Needs
Person-centered therapy allows clients to take a lead in discussions so that, in the process, they will discover their own solutions. The therapist acts as a compassionate facilitator, listening without judgment and acknowledging the client’s experience.
Motivational interviewing is a therapeutic technique that helps people resolve ambivalent feelings and insecurities to find their own internal motivation for change.
With unconditional positive regard, and while emphasizing the client-therapist relationship, your clinician will strive to create a safe environment in which you can process emotions, face challenges, and meet your goals.
Commitment to treatment by the client is an essential component of the therapeutic process. As you start this healing journey, please know that your therapist is willing to meet you where you are, and will always take into consideration how difficult it is to make life changes. Your willingness to engage is key to your success!
GENEVIEVE NAVE, LMHC
I provide psychotherapy in a private practice setting to instill self-understanding among clients and to encourage them to adopt alternative perspectives and attitudes.
With a strong background in the field of substance abuse, I specialize in addressing numbing behaviors, and their root causes.
I may be the right therapist for you if you are struggling with adjustments due to stage of life and transitions like emerging adulthood, or new motherhood. I may be the right therapist for you if you are facing challenges with fulfillment from your employment, or in your relationships, or are recovering from trauma and/or addiction.
My theoretical framework is rooted in a strong foundation of both cognitive and molecular neuroscience, and in the belief of human resilience and capacity for change.
Experience You Can Count On
SMITH COLLEGE: BA IN NEUROSCIENCE
Students who major in neuroscience at Smith College graduate with deep knowledge of neuroscience and several well-developed skills. They learn fundamental principles about the nervous system at multiple levels of analysis, from molecular and cellular aspects through systems, behavioral and cognitive levels.
LESLEY UNIVERSITY: MA CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING: DANCE THERAPY
Training in Lesley's graduate program prepares clinicians to address the emotional, cognitive, physical, and spiritual health of individuals using dance as a lens for observation, research, and intervention.
LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR (LMHC)
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Massachusetts. I have been certified by the The Board of Allied Mental Health and Human Services Professions, which licenses candidates who meet the requirements developed for these professions.
PUBLICATION AND HONORS:
Edward F Pace-Schott, Genevieve Nave, Alexandra Morgan, and Rebecca M.C. Spencer. "Sleep-dependent Modulation of Affect Guided Decision-making." Journal of Sleep Research (2011)
Sigma Xi Research Honor Society
THOMAS REGAN, MA
My approach to therapy is an integrative, collaborative model which begins with
meeting you where you are, using a person-centered focus, so we may establish trust,
authenticity and openness. We will choose the therapies, tools, systems and communication
practices that will aid us in moving you forward.
If you are stuck in indecisiveness, rumination or inaction I am a therapist who is
passionate about helping clients move through the inertias that have prevented them from
living life in the present and with purpose. Along with a Masters in Mental Health Counseling,
my experience includes a strong background in Eastern systems and philosophies of yoga and
martial arts and varied individual and team physical training disciplines. My approach may
include a strong focus on daily habits, practices and routines. This will provide clarity in the
present so we may identify patterns holding you back and patterns we can adopt to move you
A Happier, Healthier You
Here For You
FEES AND PAYMENT INFORMATION
At Center for Therapy and Healing, Genevieve is an in-network provider for Blue Cross/Blue Shield of MA.
Clients are responsible for all co-payments, and deductible charges.
If you have a PPO for health insurance, we will provide any necessary information, so that you can be reimbursed by Blue Cross.
Out of Network Coverage for Your Psychological Needs
If Blue Cross is not your insurance company, please do not hesitate to contact your own insurance company to ask whether they provide out-of-network benefits. We are happy to provide you with any information that you need.
Private Payment Information
At Center for Therapy and Healing, the fee for a 60-minute psychotherapy session is $150. We ask for payment at each session. Since the outset of this practice, Genevieve has gone above and beyond to accommodate to the unique situation of every patient. Call to see what your options are today.
DO YOU ACCEPT HEALTH INSURANCE?
Yes! We are in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield. Depending on your plan, you may have a copayment, or a deductible that is your responsibility. This is an agreement between you, and your insurance company.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I MISS AN APPOINTMENT?
We do have a 24-hour cancellation policy. Since we cannot bill an insurance company for a session that did not occur, and it is not enough notice to fill the appointment time, cancellations falling within this window will result in a charge for the missed session.
CAN I REACH MY THERAPIST IN BETWEEN APPOINTMENTS?
Yes. Clinicians are usually able to respond to emails within 12-24 hours, but do not always check emails daily. It is understood that any replies made are not therapy. If you are experiencing a clinical emergency, your clinician will want to know, but emergency services are necessary.
HOW LONG DOES EACH THERAPY SESSION TAKE?
A "therapeutic hour" is 50-60 minutes. It is standard practice to book one hour appointments at a frequency that is determined by your therapist to be clinically appropriate.