Education and Training
- Licensed Clinical Psychologist PSY # 22899
- Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist through Rapid Resolution Therapy
- 15 years practicing psychology
- Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California Graduate Institute at the Chicago School
- M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Boston University
- B.A. in Psychology from Boston University
- Modern Psychoanalysis
- Cognitive Behavioral
- Brief Psychodynamic
- Trauma Resolution
- Clinical Hypnotherapy
- To assist patients in developing healthier coping skills and emotional tolerance.
- To adjust the unconscious mind in clearing unresolved conflicts and trauma, which have kept patients stuck and not well.
- Now accepting new members for upcoming Mood Disorder Group
- Now a provider for CIGNA Behavioral Health Network
Work Experience and Specialization
- Provide psychotherapy to adults, couples, and families
- Expertise in working with Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders
- 5 years working with homeless, chronically mentally ill veterans
- Expertise in resolving PTSD and trauma
Specialization also in:
- Grief and Loss
- Addiction and Substance Abuse
- Relationship conflicts
- Facilitating experiential groups
More About Helen O’MahonyDr. O’Mahony uses different treatment modalities based on what is best for each patient. She is an active therapist and is solution focused. Dr. O’Mahony has been a Clinical Director in dual diagnosis treatment facilities and has assisted the owners in creating strong successful clinical programs. She also created a dual diagnosis component to the Salvation Army Haven Substance Abuse program located on the VA grounds.
Dr. O’Mahony facilitates experiential groups which enable patients to develop emotional tolerance and learn to face their fears instead of avoid them. She also uses visualization and hypnotherapy to help patients heal, clear their minds and assist them in creating the life they want. Dr. O’Mahony has created a training for patients in treatment and their families about understanding mental disorders, including substance abuse and how medication, therapy, and family therapy helps one to recover.