Kathleen Liakos earned a bachelor’s degree in social rehabilitation from Assumption College and a master’s in social work from Salem State College.
With more than twenty years in the helping field, Kathleen has developed a niche for working with adults and adolescents who struggle with mental illness and substance abuse.
Her experience includes school-based mental health, substance abuse, adult, family, relationships and autism spectrum disorders. For the last 14 years, she has served as a school clinician, dealing with a variety of issues with adolescents, including, PTSD, developmental delays and anxiety. Her ideal client is a motivated, insightful person willing to look at issues and problems from different views.
With her more than two decades of experience working with people who have chemical dependencies and alcoholism, she has gained extensive knowledge for and familiarity with treating mental illness — especially anxiety and depression.