Gregg Mancari, MA is a 4th year doctoral student at Springfield College. He views psychological testing as a treatment intervention aimed at providing context and structure to clients’ intrapsychic experiences. As clients become more acutely aware of their internal process, they can then embark on the conscious path of organizing a life that exemplifies their strengths while honoring the history that brings them into the present moment.
Gregg also provides psychotherapy services aimed at bringing awareness to, and healing from, the diverse factors that underscore clients psychological challenges. He focuses on attachment, relationships, personality and identity development using interventions from psychodynamic psychotherapy, feminist theory and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT).
Gregg received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and a master’s degree in psychology from Antioch University-Los Angeles prior to enrolling in the doctoral program at Springfield College.