Beryl Minkle, LICSW, Registered Yoga Teacher - 200 hrs. 

As an artist and writer, I believe creativity is a vital part of healing. This belief is fundamental to my work as a therapist, helping people explore new ways of approaching problems, giving their lives new possibilities. Therapy provides a safe and confidential place to explore the stories and experiences that form the basis of our lives. I value psychotherapy as a collaborative endeavor, offering a variety of approaches to suit different needs and situations.

I work primarily with adults, from college-age to mid-life and beyond. I enjoy working with people from diverse backgrounds, in individual, couples, and group therapy, examining the dynamics of relationships, parenting, and group processes.

I work with the concerns that people bring to therapy including loss and grief, anxiety and depression, communication problems, identity and life transitions, and relationship issues. I offer skills, support, guidance, and witnessing to help people as they discover their own choices and deal with challenges.

In addition to family systems, insight-oriented therapy, cognitive-behavioral, and problem solving therapy, I provide mind-body healing, which encompasses guided meditation, sand tray / expressive therapy, focusing, yoga-inspired approaches, and other mindfulness practices.

I am also available to mediate and/or facilitate difficult conversations for people in conflict, including couples and families, friends, businesses and other organizations.

Please see my article below on Mediation and Self-Reflective Practices. I have been at Tapestry since 1983.

To contact me call 617-661-0248 x56 or email me at .

 


 

Peer Consultation for Mediators: The Use of a Holding Environment to Support Mediator Reflection, Inquiry, and Self-Knowing. Minkle, B. et al. Negotiation Journal. July 2008.