About Kindred Journeys Counseling

As an experienced trauma-informed therapist, I believe that with the right treatment plan everyone can experience real change and growth. I want every client to feel welcome and safe in my practice as we work together to uncover a new direction in your life. My mission is to offer affordable and high-quality long-term therapy for children, adolescents, and their families in the greater Boston area.

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Bri Crocker, M.A., LMHC

Bri Crocker, M.A., LMHC (she/her) is a child, adolescent, and family therapist working in both community mental health and private practice. Bri has been working in the field for over ten years and has worked in a number of settings including therapeutic high schools, inpatient hospitals, community centers, and day treatment programs. She received her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Trauma Studies Specialization) from Lesley University. As a trauma specialist, Bri has an understanding of a variety of trauma-informed therapeutic approaches and has pursued more intensive training in the areas of psychoanalytic and existential psychotherapy, the Attachment Regulation Competency (ARC) Framework, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Psychological First-Aid (PFA) and attachment-based psychotherapy. 

As a long-term community-based therapist, Bri has an interest in working with individuals from communities with poor access to critical mental health services. Bri has a particular interest in exploring the intersections of race, class, and gender as it applies to one’s mental health and experiences in the world. Bri sees clients who have experienced homelessness, community violence, juvenile legal involvement, and the commercial sexual exploitation of children. Bri also works with clients with complex and/or developmental trauma, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and specific phobias. Bri also sees clients who identify as LGBTQ+ and transgender clients who are looking for support with their hormone and/or surgical transition. 

Bri is also an adjunct faculty member in the undergraduate counseling psychology at Lesley University teaching counseling adolescents, introduction to counseling, and concepts and skills in the counseling professions.