Choosing the right therapist can make all the difference. The process of healing and change is dependent on the therapist - client relationship. Please check below to learn more about our counselors.
Elizabeth Barragato, LMHC
Elizabeth Barragato is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and has been in private practice for twelve years. She focuses on depth oriented therapy drawing on her relational dynamic, and humanistic background. Liz believes that an honest, healthy therapeutic relationship can be the springboard from which many life issues can be addressed and healed. Liz serves as a steering committee member of the New England Center for Existential Therapy. She received her Masters from Lesley University and trained in community mental health, as well as College Counseling settings.
Daniel Simone, LMHC
Daniel Simone is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. His humanistic and existential approach enables him to connect well with his clients. In his counseling work at Crooked Tree Counseling he provides psychotherapy for adolescents, adults, couples and families. He also offers consultation and supervision to new therapists. Dan works as a school adjustment counselor at Concord-Carlisle High School in Concord, MA. Additionally, he has been an adjunct graduate school instructor for over 10 years. He teaches at Lesley University, and at Cambridge College.
Susan Lincoln, LICSW
Susan Lincoln is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who has focused her practice on facilitating wellness and healing, enhancing positive and productive relationships, and developing solutions to manage a variety of life stressors. As a therapist, Susan’s approach is to support ongoing personal growth and embrace life-long learning for individuals and families. Prior to joining Crooked Tree Counseling, Susan spent many years working with at-risk adolescents and worked for several years working in an outpatient clinic within a local teaching hospital. Susan has expertise and a strong focus in women’s health, victimization and recovery, survivorship, identity issues, life transitions, and self-care.
Richard Freid, LMHC
Richard Freid is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has a keen interest in philosophy which he integrates with a psychological, relational, and experiential approach to life and psychotherapy. He serves as a steering committee member of the New England Center for Existential Therapy, and he is the Service Director of the Eliot Community Human Services Adult Day Treatment Program in Lynn. At Crooked Tree Richard offers therapy for adults, couples, and individual and group consultation. Additionally, he is an adjunct faculty member at Lesley University.
Marisa Anderson, LMHC
Marisa Anderson is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has recently started work at Crooked Tree after many years of experience working with adolescents and adults in outpatient agencies within the Boston area. In her work with clients, Marisa incorporates both strength-based and cognitive behavioral therapies to help facilitate and support a better sense of self, healthy relationships, and stress management skills. Currently, Marisa also works as a school clinician at Beacon High School in Watertown. Marisa received her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lesley University.