Phone: 774-217-1199                                            

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  One Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02481

  Mitch Abblett, Ph.D.

          Clinical and Consulting Services

     

     

Resources

For information regarding child and family mental health and intervention visit www.jbcc.harvard.edu

Founded in 1917, Judge Baker Children’s Center (JBCC) is a Harvard Medical School affiliate with proven leadership in children’s mental health. Committed to bridging the current gap between research and practice, JBCC integrates research, professional training and direct service.  In addition to its research portfolio, JBCC operates programs in special education, outpatient mental health, community and school consultation, specialized summer treatment, and child welfare practice - all with the goal of helping children and families chart their own best course to grow and thrive.

For information and resources regarding mindfulness and its intersection with psychotherapy visit www.meditationandpsychotherapy.org

The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy (IMP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the education and training of mental health professionals interested in the integration of mindfulness meditation and psychotherapy, for the purpose of enhancing the therapy relationship, the quality of clinical interventions, and the well-being of the therapist.

For information regarding Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), visit www.contextualscience.org

Founded in 2005 (incorporated in 2006), the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) is dedicated to the advancement of functional contextual cognitive and behavioral science and practice so as to alleviate human suffering and advance human well being. This organization seeks:

  • The development of a coherent and progressive science of human action that is more adequate to the challenges of the human condition
  • The development of useful basic principles, workable applied theories linked to these principles, effective applied technologies based on these theories, and successful means of training and disseminating these developments, guided by the best available scientific evidence
  • The development of a view of science that values a dynamic, ongoing interaction between its basic and applied elements, and between practical application and empirical knowledge
  • Development of a community of scholars, researchers, educators, and practitioners who will work in a collegial, open, self-critical, non-discriminatory, and mutually supportive way that is effective in producing valued outcomes and in exploring the additional implications of this work, and that emphasizes open and low cost methods of connecting with this work so as to keep the focus on benefit to others.