My name is Deb Berglin. I have been a professional trainer, supervisor, and clinician for over 30 years.
I received my MSW (Masters in Social Work) and advanced certification in psychological trauma from Boston University. Though I assist clients with many different issues, I specialize in working with individual and generational trauma across the lifespan. My goal as a clinician is to help my clients heal wounds, move through stuck places, and reach their potential.
My career path took me from Pennsylvania, where I was raised, to Burlington, Vermont, Seattle, Washington and then to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where I currently live and practice. I have worked in preschool programs, with homeless and LGBTQQI adolescents, in agencies serving disenfranchised groups of all types, and with children and families affected by domestic violence, addiction, abuse and neglect. I have been a parent educator, outreach specialist, case manager, clinician, supervisor, program consultant, trainer, and clinic director. Currently, in addition to my private practice, I am the Director of Boston University School of Social Work's Cape Cod Campus.
When not working, I am involved in my community through volunteerism and participation in my town's School Council, Affirmative Action/Diversity and Human Services Committees. I also enjoy exploring nature, hiking, kayaking, photography, crafting, traveling near and far, and spending time with friends, family, my cats, and anyone's dogs.