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New Provider Spotlight: Trevor Woodworth, LMHC

Trevor Woodworth, LMHC

Joined Fenway in August, 2017

Education: Bachelor’s in Psychology from The University of Tampa;

Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University.

What brought you to Fenway Health?

I wanted to work with people who are passionate about their work and equally intelligent. Fenway is known in the community for providing excellent services, innovative treatments and always striving for successful results. Fenway is a great fit for me!

Are there any developments or advancements in the field that you’re particularly excited about?

The opportunity for behavioral health clinicians to work directly with primary care providers is exciting. Integrating behavioral health in primary care is a great way to increase patients’ access to comprehensive care.  Fenway embraces this concept, and I am excited to provide this type of care to patients.

What do you like most about being a Behavioral Health Specialist?

I enjoy the variety of work. I work with a handful of clients on a regular basis and also have the opportunity to support new patients through the open access system.  No two days are ever the same, and the new challenges further my development as a clinician. 

Can you tell us a little about your schooling and formal training?

I always like learning new things. I find it to be both challenging and rewarding. I earned my master’s degree in counseling psychology from Lesley University, and have a graduate certificate in advanced professional studies in counseling from Salem State University. I received a certificate in advanced clinical practice from Boston College, and a graduate certificate in nonprofit human service management from Suffolk University.  My clinical training included work with youth, families and adults in the community, residential and outpatient settings.

How do you see the field changing or growing in the future? 

Ideally, we will figure out a way to continue to increase patient’s access to care.  Reducing the stigma attached to behavioral/mental health encourages more people to reach out for support. As the patient population continues to expand, it is important we figure out a way to meet the increasing demand for services.

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