Debra Fox Gansenberg

Psychotherapist, MSW, LICSW, Author, Parenting Expert

https://newbeginningscounselingservice.com/
Debra Fox Gansenberg, MSW, LICSW is the founder and owner of New Beginnings Counseling Service P.C. located around the North Shore of Boston. She has a 25-year history working in the mental health field as a skilled clinical psychotherapist and business owner specializing in individuals, couples, group, and family therapy. Debra has also been the Director of School Services for NBCS for 20+ years and she has customized and implemented school-based counseling services for several schools, Pre-K through 12th grade. Her case includes a wide variety of patients working to improve their communication skills, learning coping skills, problem solving, and improving the quality of their relationships, as well as travelling through self-exploration. Debra has an eclectic approach to tackling a wide variety of issues that range from depression and anxiety to self-management, self-esteem, and learning differences. Her experience includes: clinical therapy, psycho education, public speaking, creating curriculum, business management/business operations, and clinical supervision. She received her counseling degree from Simmons College School of Social Work. She lives north of Boston with her husband and three sons.
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