Sean Moynihan, LICSW (he/him)
Sean Moynihan, LICSW, has nearly a decade of experience working with individuals and families. Much of Sean’s practice has focused on issues of relational trauma from growing up in – or presently dealing with – family adversity or dysfunction. He is devoted to supporting people to create change in their lives, those who are seeking to develop greater resiliency by using methods of mindfulness and physical, emotional, and spiritual self-care. He uses his knowledge of family systems to empower individuals to improve relationships within families. He is committed to helping people who are struggling with anxiety, depression, or feelings of being stuck. Sean is trauma- and adversity-informed and has been trained in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy. He is knowledgeable about internal family systems and parts work that guides individuals toward the goal of mind-body connectivity and greater personal integrity. Sean centers his practice on client strengths and talents. He believes strongly in the inherent dignity of all individuals and the power of positive self-expression. He works from a person-in-environment perspective. He’s experienced in and knowledgeable about cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and structural family therapy. He believes in the healing power of nature and in the power of developing one’s personal spirituality through a regular practice of mindfulness and gratitude. Sean values diversity and feels fortunate to have served people from many different cultures and walks of life.
Sean sees clients in the Newburyport and Georgetown offices.