Charlotte is the owner and founder of Synergy Wellness, LLC. Charlotte obtained her Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Southern Connecticut State University and Bachelor's in Psychology from Providence College.
Charlotte has extensive training in treating trauma, as well as often associated symptoms of anxiety and depression. Charlotte is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and has a special interest in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics.
Charlotte's practice is firmly rooted in a strengths based and collaborative approach, fulfilling the idea that "it's not what's wrong with you, it's what happened to you"- Dr. Bruce Perry.
Charlotte also has a special interest in animal assisted therapy and is in the process of training her Australian Shepherd puppy, Ellen, to become a therapy dog. Let the fun begin!
Meghan is experienced working with children, adults, couples and families. Meghan has specialized experience working with neurodivergent children and teens and helping them and their families navigate life after diagnosis.
Meghan finds that many of her clients have felt the struggles of not having the relationships they want (with their child/children, siblings, spouse, friends) and are interested in shifting to more rewarding, authentic relationships that don't feel like such a struggle.
Meghan will help you explore your relationships, including the one with yourself, and how you show up in the world. Together, you will explore what would lead to the most fulfilled version of you. Meghan offers empathy, authenticity, education and a deep passion for this work.
Jennie is compassionately curious and uses empathy and humor to help clients feel safe and accepted. As a therapist, she uses components of experiential approaches such as Emotionally Focused Therapy, that put emotions and attachment theory at the forefront. Jennie believes that all emotions play an important role in self-understanding, for they serve as messengers that often help uncover unmet needs. Identifying the origin of these primary emotions can help one to better understand themselves and how they are in relationships.
Jennie is experienced working with individuals, families, and couples dealing with anxiety, depression, family/relational issues, as well as transitions across the life span. Jennie has a particular passion for providing support to those affected by grief and loss, by honoring their unique experience and providing hope for the future.
Amanda received her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Southern Connecticut State University.
Amanda is experienced working with individuals, couples, and families. She specializes in Systems Theory, helping clients deepen their understanding of self, trauma, and relationships. She finds that many people feel stuck in the past repeating itself, but struggle to make lasting changes towards new and different ways of feeling, thinking, and behaving.
Through the use of compassion and honesty, Amanda focuses on co-creating safe and authentic experiences, attuning to each individual while challenging old patterns.