Cara Segal, PHD, LICSW
Cara is a co-founder of the Northampton Institute of Intersubjective Psychotherapy and serves as a co-instructor of the Advanced Clinical Fellowship. She received her BA in Psychology and Sociology at Mount Holyoke College, her Masters in Social Work at Columbia University, and her PhD in Clinical Social Work at Smith College School for Social Work. Cara is in private practice in Northampton and offers psychodynamic psychotherapy to adolescents, adults, couples, and families, as well as private and group clinical supervision. She is also an adjunct professor at the Smith College School for Social Work where she teaches Advanced Clinical Practice, Comparative Psychodynamic Theories, and a course on the Clinical Applications of Intersubjective Theory.
Rebecca tew, licsw
Rebecca is a co-founder of the Northampton Institute of Intersubjective Psychotherapy and serves as a co-instructor of the Advanced Clinical Fellowship. She offers psychotherapy for adults and adolescents in her Northampton private practice as well as private supervision and consultation. Rebecca received her undergraduate degree from UMass Amherst's Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program where she focused on Transnational Feminism and the use of personal narrative as a site for both political and personal transformative resistance. She received her Masters in Social Work from Smith School for Social Work where her thesis examined the intersections of feminist and relational perspectives as they apply to the history and treatment of borderline personality disorder. Clinically, Rebecca has worked to support children and families who are recovering from complex trauma, focusing on the infusion of psychodynamic and social justice perspectives into community based clinical practice.