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Andrew Negrey, MS, MFA

Clinical Focus: 

Life transitions and existential crises

Attachment, relationship and family-of-origin issues

Creativity, Problems of creative people

Neurodiversity; Emotional support for Adult ADHD

Gifted Adults/Adolescents

Religious Trauma and Spiritual Concerns 

Bio 

Andrew earned his Master of Science degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College and MFA in painting from the Tyler School of Art. 

Statement: 

I specialize in guiding people through life transitions, moments of reevaluation and readjustment. This may include recovering from trauma, addiction, grief, spiritual crisis, or just the emotional turmoil and sense of upheaval that comes after unexpected events, or when moving between life’s stages. I also focus on relationships and attachment issues, navigating the complex entanglements of family, friendship, and romantic relationships, and on creating more safe, healthy, intimate, and loving relationships.

I specialize in guiding people through life transitions, moments of reevaluation and readjustment. This may include recovering from trauma, addiction, grief, spiritual crisis, or just the emotional turmoil and sense of upheaval that comes after unexpected events, or when moving between life’s stages. I also focus on relationships and attachment issues, navigating the complex entanglements of family, friendship, and romantic relationships, and on creating more safe, healthy, intimate, and loving relationships.

My approach is grounded in cultural humility and I am LGBTQIA+ affirming. I also provide support for neurodiverse clients, especially adult ADHD (which I have myself) and for the issues of Gifted adults/adolescents. 

I believe that therapy should provide a secure and non-judgemental space in which you may begin to view with curiosity and process even the most frightening and toxic aspects of your past and inner world. We will examine the dynamic patterns from which your life is woven, and collaborate to establish healthy and meaningful new patterns in the present.

I also encourage the use of various verbal and nonverbal modes of expression in therapy, including art/imagery, writing/journaling, and working with dreams. Therapy helps us feel, think, dream, and communicate with renewed clarity and efficacy, to cope, to adapt creatively, to thrive. Reach out for a consultation, I look forward to speaking with you!

Contact

Currently accepting new clients in person (Chestnut Hill office) or via telehealth.

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