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Mashaunda McBarnett, Doctoral Student
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student, PsyD program
“I wish to live because life has within it that which is good, that which is beautiful, and that which is love. Therefore, since I have known all of these things, I have found them to be reason enough and — I wish to live. Moreover, because this is so, I wish others to live for generations and generations and generations and generations.”
― Lorraine Hansbery
I believe that although life has its highs and lows, we owe it to ourselves to seek out the balance. Using therapy as a tool to express the things we have yet to understand or those in which we have not yet found comfort, my wish is to help guide you through the journey.
My name is Mashaunda McBarnett, and I am a clinical trainee with a B.A in Applied Psychology and Human Development from Boston College, and a Masters of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Northeastern University. Currently pursuing a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Forensic Psychology, I've had experience ranging from working with children aged birth to 7 in the school setting to adolescents in residential placement, and incarcerated adults. Across these experiences I have addressed anxiety, depression, identity formation, post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms, and a variety of family and relationship needs through the use of individual and group therapies, as well as support groups.
Supervised by Dr. Teri Davis, Licensed Psychologist