Dr. AndreA Neumann-Mascis is a psychologist with a Masters in Family Therapy and a PhD in clinical psychology. AndreA is a queer person with a disability and has lived and worked in both communities in Boston and San Francisco for more than fifteen years.
AndreA does individual and relationship therapy as well as group therapy, training and consultation. Areas of specialty include working with trauma and complex PTSD as well as working with lesbian, gay, queer and gender variant people.
AndreA was part of developing a women’s trauma program for an LGBT agency in San Francisco and has developed specialized trauma curricula for specific populations including homeless and chronically mentally ill people in San Francisco and Boston Work has also included education and training for universities, hospitals, providers, non-profits and community members.
AndreA is founder and developer of The Meeting Point: a Multidimensional Center for Healing and Growth in Jamaica Plain MA that serves the LGBT community, survivors and the Disability community and is growing to meet the unique strengths and needs of queer people and their allies through community activity and personalized approaches to wellness.