Anna Cherubino, M.A., LMHC, LCPC
Expressive Arts Psychotherapist
Anna’s goal is to help her clients through empowerment, creativity and psychoanalysis, to become their best possible selves.
Anna Cherubino, LMHC, LCPC, M.A.
Anna Cherubino is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC in Massachusetts and New York), Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC in Maine), and an Expressive Arts Psychotherapist. She has ten years of experience providing counseling to children, youth, and adults. Additionally, Anna is certified in Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), and Parenting Journey.
Anna holds her Masters degree from Lesley University in Cambridge Massachusetts. She has experience in diverse clinical environments including family bereavement and public school systems. She was employed by the Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence (ENDGBV) in the city of New York. Currently she is an Assistant Director of Advising & Student Services in the Graduate School of Arts & Social Sciences, Department of Expressive Therapies Lesley University.
- Life transitions
- LGBTQIA+ community issues
- Family issues
- Relationship issues
- Bereavement and loss
- PTSD – child specific
- Survivor of abuse issues
- Expressive Arts Psychotherapy
- Holistic Psychotherapy
- Positive Psychotherapy
- Narrative Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Poetry Therapy
- Authentic Movement
- Rogerian/Humanistic Psychotherapy
- Young adults
- Adults of all ages
Expressive Arts Psychotherapy
Expressive Arts psychotherapy is a powerful way to transform our inner and outer worlds.
In practice, each creative modality (music, poetry, visual art, movement, dramatic art, etc.) is used in combination. In this way, people are helped to explore and clarify the human experience. As creativity is innately healing, new perspectives result from this deep work.
Read more: (more details from Lesley University)
Holistic psychotherapy recognizes humans as complex and whole beings that are both self-healing and capable of mental, physical, and social well-being.
Together with the positive psychology movement, holistic psychotherapy seeks to restore a state of wholeness and balance. Holistic psychotherapy is designed to enhance the human experiences of love, play, and work, making them vital and attainable.
This contrasts significantly with traditional allopathic medicine, which consistently views people as potentially ‘broken’ and aims to ‘fix’ them. Exploring and learning about our feelings, psyches, relational patterns, and behaviors is a natural and empowering part of the human experience, which has errantly been stigmatized.
Holistic psychotherapy espouses the idea that it is both healthy and normal to explore and transform our psychological landscape.
Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP)
Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) is an evidence-based counseling technique that strengthens the attachment of a parent/caregiver and their young child. CPP helps children who have experienced a stressful life event, or who have had disruptions in their normal development, heal through work with their primary attachment figure (mother/father/caregiver). Children in infancy up to the age of 5 are treated in a pair with their parent/caregiver, utilizing elements of play therapy, parenting work, and psycho-education.
Read more: (Child Parent Psychotherapy research)