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Nancy Seglin, MA, LMHC

Associate Clinician

Nancy Seglin, MA, LMHC, is a mental health therapist with extensive experience, most recently working at DotHouse Health in Dorchester, Massachusetts, with children, families, and adults. She has worked extensively with young children and adolescents who have experienced psychological trauma, adolescents with ADHD, and children and adolescents with adjustment disorders. Prior to DotHouse, in addition to her private practice Nancy focused on early intervention at Bay Cove Human Services where she specialized in working with children with developmental delays and their families. She led a Parents' Group that educated and supported parent confidence and involvement in the community. In her private practice work, Nancy worked as a Supervised Visitation clinician and as a Parent Coordinator. She also was instrumental in the success of the Healthy Weight for Life program at DotHouse Health, a program that educated and encouraged families about healthy nutrition in a group environment.


Nancy worked as the lead clinician for DotHouse on the Mayor's Trauma Recovery Team and is trained in Attachment Self Regulation and Competency. The goal of the team was to provide resources to support individuals and communities impacted by violence and trauma.


A graduate of Lesley University, Nancy has experience in a variety of settings, including early intervention, school-based counseling, outpatient care, and private practice. Nancy believes in a whole person approach to wellness and brings her vast knowledge to helping clients achieve their full potential. She is available for supervision for mental health professionals. 

Statement of Care: "I believe in the collaborative approach to mental health, and use a psychodynamic approach to therapy and that fosters connection between a client and the clinician  and leads to successful therapeutic healing. Clients who have experienced psychological trauma caused by events outside the realm of normal human experience can heal and recover by being in a safe and supportive environment, and I seek to provide that environment. Working collaboratively with parents and caregivers can also promote the understanding of different developmental stages". Education: Lesley University, BS, Lesley University, MA

Advanced Training: Mediation, CANS, ARC, Trauma-Recovery, Young Children

Nancy Seglin, MA, LMHC
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