Our students are expected to spend three days a week, during regular business hours here at PCS. Interns learn to provide intake and ongoing counseling or therapy for children, youth, and adults. Some basic skills are taught through regular supervision and seminars for individual as well as family therapy. Theoretical orientations that are taught include object relations, self psychology, and family systems.
Daniel Bush is a graduate student in mental health counseling at Springfield College. His special clinical interests are men’s issues, couple relationships, and grief. Daniel has a Ph.D in anthropology and has coauthored the book “75 Habits for a Happy Marriage” with his wife, Ashley.
Aimee Hackett has been a clinical Intern at PCS since May. She works with adolescents, adults and families on a variety of topics. Aimee received her BA from Southern New Hampshire University, where she majored in Psychology. Currently studying at the Boston University School of Social Work, Aimee will graduate with a MSW this spring.
Marie Macedonia is completing her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Antioch University of New England. She is currently completing her third year in the program while concurrently receiving training in psychotherapy at PCS. Marie possesses a strong background in neuropathology assessment and would like to work more closely with preteens, adolescents, young adults, and families. Marie is interested in the treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, and eating disorders.