Lyn E. Styczynski, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and AAMFT-approved supervisor.. She is currently Director of Clinical Training at The Family Center, Somerville, MA and recent adjunct faculty at the Boston University School of Social Work where she taught family therapy. Lyn is in private practice in Watertown and teaches classes and workshops related to working with families and couples. Lyn’s work derives from her extensive training with Haley, Madanes, and Minuchin but also draws heavily on her training and interest in narrative, solution focused, structural-analytic and systemic schools of family therapy. She is particularly interested in family therapy with children and adolescents, in cross-cultural and alternative couples and families, and in adapting family therapy approaches for use by other helping professions.
Len Greenberg, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who has provided family therapy training in the Boston area for over 230 years. He was on the faculty of the Family Therapy Training Institute of Atlanticare/Greater Lynn CMHC and has been a consultant and trainer for many local agencies including DMH, DSS, Vocational Rehabilitation and a variety of outpatient, home based, inpatient, and day treatment programs. He works with a range of models, drawing inspiration from systemic, narrative, structural, strategic, solution focused, and Bowenian schools of family therapy. (He has trained with Cloë Madanes, Jay Haley, and Salvador Minuchin.) Currently, he is in private practice in Lexington. Len is particularly interested in couples therapy, family therapy in the psychiatric hospital setting, and home-based treatment.