Profiles of Clinicians at Family Associates of
Merrimack Valley
Joel Siegel, LICSW

Joel Siegel has been Co-Director of Family Associates of
Merrimack Valley since 1990.

Professional Background:
  • Received his Masters in Social Work from the State
    University of New York at Buffalo in 1974.  
  • Completed the Advanced Program in Family Therapy at
    the Family Institute of Cambridge.  
  • Received additional training in hypnotherapy and EMDR.  
  • Worked at Family Service of Greater Boston, Greater
    Lowell Psychiatric Associates, Health Resources EAP and
    Family Counseling Region West.  
  • Presented seminars on a variety of topics including:
    parenting, stress management and substance abuse.  
  • Was a clinical field instructor for several social work
    graduate programs.
  • Specializes in mood disorders, anxiety, couples and
    families, substance abuse and addictions, trauma and
    EMDR.  

Joel Siegel, LICSW, may be reached at 978-256-1467, ext.11


Elisabeth Andrews, LICSW

Beth Andrews has been Co-Director of Family Associates since
2000

Professional Background:
  • Attended Simmons School of Social Work, where she
    received her Masters in Social Work in 1992.  
  • Completed a fellowship in mental health with Harvard
    Community Health Plan in 1997.  
  • Worked with adolescents and adults in a variety of
    outpatient settings.  
  • Taught parent education classes and ran numerous
    groups on women’s issues and couples communication.
  • Is a Certified EMDR Therapist and a Certified Group
    Therapist.  
  • Treats adolescents and adults in individual, couples
    and family therapy.  She specializes in anxiety,
    depression, trauma, parenting issues, divorce and
    EMDR.

Beth Andrews, LICSW can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext. 30

Eric Aronson, PsyD

Professional Background:
  • Received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the
    School of Professional Psychology at the University of
    Denver in 1987.  
  • Taught at the University of Massachusetts, the Antioch
    New England Graduate School, Columbia University, and
    St. John’s University.  
  • Completed a clinical externship in marital and family
    therapy at the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy in
    1992.  
  • Treats children, adolescents and adults in individual,
    couples and family therapy.  He specializes in trauma,
    ADHD, anger management, immigrant populations and
    EMDR.

Eric Aronson, PsyD, can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext. 28

Joanne Cudihy, LICSW

Professional Background:
  • Received her Masters in Social Work from the Boston
    University School of Social Work in 1998.  
  • Was an elementary school teacher.  
  • Is a Certified Clinical Forensic Counselor and a Certified
    School Social Work Specialist.
  • Works as a school social worker in the Lowell public
    school system.  
  • Treats children, adolescents and adults in individual,
    couples and family therapy.  She specializes in
    children, adolescents, parenting issues, women’s
    issues and depression.

Joanne Cudihy, LICSW can be reaced at 978-256-1467, ext.25


Marjorie Goldbaum, LICSW

Professional Background:
  • Received her Masters in Social Work from Salem Sate
    College in 1998.  
  • Worked with adolescents in a pregnancy prevention
    program.
  • Has Extensive experience with addictions.
  • Is Co-director of the Drug Court Intensive Outpatient
    Program.
  • Is a Clinically Certified Forensic Counselor and a Licensed
    Alcohol and Drug Counselor.
  • Works in our school-based program.
  • Treats adolescents and adults in individual, couples
    and family therapy.   She specializes in addictions,
    anger management, adoption, anxiety and depression.

Marjorie Goldbaum, LICSW can be reached at 978-256-1467,
ext. 35

Philip Green, LMHC

Professional Background:
  • Received his Masters in Education and Mental Health
    Counseling from the University of Massachusetts in 2001.  
  • Worked at the Greater Lawrence Mental Health Center
    and South Bay Mental Health Center.
  • Treats children and families in our school-based
    program

Philip Green, LMHC can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext. 34

Cathlyn Hill, LICSW

Professional Background:
  • Received her Masters in Social Work from Smith College
    School for Social Work in 1982.  
  • Received a Certificate in Family Therapy from The Family
    Institute of Cambridge in 1986.  
  • Worked in inpatient settings at both the New England
    Medical Center and Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
  • Works as a school social worker in the Lowell public
    school system.
  • Treats children, adolescents and adults in individual,
    couples and family therapy.  Her specialties include
    depression, trauma, adolescence, eating disorders and
    women’s issues.

Cathy Hill. LICSW can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext.16

Pamela Holway, LICSW

Professional Background:
  • Received her Masters in Counseling from the Boston
    University School of Education in 1981.  
  • Received her Master’s in Social Work from Boston
    University in 1992.  
  • Worked in residential, inpatient and outpatient settings.
  • Has extensive experience with the elderly and with
    adolescents.  
  • Led a variety of groups focusing on different topics
    including: stress management, substance abuse and an
    Alzheimer’s support group.  
  • Has extensive experience with the elderly and with
    adolescents.  
  • Treats children, adolescents, adults and elders in
    individual, couples and family therapy.  Her specialties
    include anxiety, trauma, depression and addictions.

Pamela Holway, LICSW can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext. 15

Angela Kotsifas, LMHC

Professional Background:
  • Received her Masters in Mental Health Counseling from
    Salem State College in 1995.  
  • Supervised graduate school interns.
  • Has led several therapy groups.  
  • Works in our school-based program.  
  • Treats children, adolescents and adults in individual,
    couples and family therapy.  Her specialties are
    trauma, grief, divorce, adoption, foster care and family
    issues.

Angela Kotsifas, LMHC can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext.17


Kim McGlothin, PhD

Professional Background:
  • Received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the
    University of Connecticut in 1993.
  • Was a teaching assistant and course instructor at the
    University of Connecticut.
  • Counseled students at both the University of Connecticut
    and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  
  • Was Assistant Dean at MIT.
  • Has experience with group therapy and substance abuse.  
  • Treats adolescents and adults in individual, couples
    and family therapy. Her specialties are addictions,
    depression, anxiety, trauma and relationship issues.

Kim McGlothin, PhD can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext. 14

Lucille Radcliffe, LICSW

Lucille is the Director of the Family Associates School-Based
Program.

Professional Background:
  • Received her Masters in Social Work from the Boston
    University School of Social Work in 1999.
  • Worked in outpatient clinics providing individual, family
    and group therapy to a diverse client population.
  • Worked with young children in a Head Start program.
  • Treats children, adolescents and families in both our
    school-based program and at our office.  Her
    specialties are adolescents, behavior modification,
    oppositional defiant disorder, obsessive compulsive
    disorder, trauma, bipolar disorder and attention deficit
    disorders

Lucille Radcliffe, LICSW can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext.27

Natalie Robinson, LICSW

Professional Background:
  • Received her Masters in Social Work from the Simmons
    School of Social Work in 1977.  
  • Completed the Advanced Program in Family Therapy at
    the Family Institute of Cambridge in 1981.
  • Was former Co-director and Co-founder of Family
    Associates.
  • Was past president of the Society for Family Therapy and
    Research.
  • Has worked for decades to help individuals, couples and
    families and has extensive experience in working with
    children.
  • Is a Certified EMDR Therapist and a Certified EMDR
    Consultant.  
  • Treats children, adolescents and adults in individual,
    couples and family therapy.  She specializes in family
    and couples therapy, anxiety & phobias, performance
    issues, trauma and EMDR.

Natalie Robinson, LICSW can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext.
12

Karen Siegel, LICSW

Professional Background:
  • Received her Masters in Social Work from the State
    University of New York at Buffalo in 1974.
  • Worked in a number of organizations including the
    Stoneham Women’s Center, Newton-Wellesley Hospital
    Mental Health Clinic and Health Resources Employee
    Assistance Program.
  • Has presented seminars at companies throughout the
    country on various topics, including stress management,
    balancing work and family life and parenting.  
  • Was a field instructor for several social work graduate
    programs.
  • Treats adolescents and adults in individual, couples
    and family therapy.  Specializes in anxiety, depression,
    occupational and workplace issues, women’s issues
    and substance abuse.

Karen Siegel, LICSW can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext.29

Jean Winslow, LICSW

Professional Background:
  • Received her Masters in Counseling from Lesley College
    in 1981.
  • Was the Director of the Expressive Therapies Services
    and Training Program at Boston Regional Medical Center.
  • Taught at both Lesley College and MSPP.
  • Treats children, adolescents and adults in individual,
    couples and family therapy.  She specializes in
    psychodrama, trauma, women’s issues and EMDR.
  • Leads workshops on psychodrama and group therapy.
  • Treats children, adolescents and adults in
    individual, couples and family therapy.  She
    specializes in anxiety, depression, women's issues
    and EMDR.

Jean Winslow, LMHC can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext. 18


Stephen Washburn, MD

Professional Background:
  • Received his Doctor of Medicine from the Washington
    University School of Medicine in 1952.
  • Has had numerous academic appointments at Harvard
    Medical School.
  • Was both the Clinical Director and Medical Director at
    Solomon Mental Health Center.
  • Since 1957 has held various positions, both clinical and
    administrative, at McLean Hospital in Belmont.
  • He has been a tireless advocate for the mentally ill and
    has been involved in state and national organizations as
    consultant and committee member.
  • Dr Washburn has been widely published.
  • Specializes in psychopharmacology.

Stephen Washburn, MD can be reached at 978-256-1467, ext.
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Carol Zeleznik, LMHC

Professional Background:
  • Received her Masters in Marriage and Family Counseling
    from the Antioch New England Graduate School in 1998.
  • Worked with children, adults and families in several
    different settings, including outpatient mental health
    centers and a coed residential treatment program for
    adolescents.  
  • Works in our school-based program.
  • Treats children and adults in individual, couples and
    family therapy.  She specializes in parenting issues,
    trauma, gay and lesbian issues and addictions.

Carol Zeleznik, LMHC can be reached at 978-256-1467,ext.32

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