About The Psychotherapists






Alex (she/her) is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who provides individual and group therapy to teens and adults with a focus on trauma treatment. She obtained her Bachelor’s in social welfare at the University of Washington and Master’s in clinical social work at the University of Pennsylvania. She has worked in a variety of settings including emergency, outpatient and homes. Alex approaches client care with compassion, non-judgment, and playfulness. She is informed by Internal Family Systems therapy (Level 1 trained), mindfulness, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Alex has worked with individuals across the life span since 2012 and joined GLPA in 2018.




Jaime is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), who obtained her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University New England. Jaime has years of experience providing clinical services to children, adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of settings, including residential, college counseling, outpatient and community outreach. Her professional roles have involved clinical supervision and leadership, as well as individual/couples/family/group therapy. Jaime’s approach to therapy is best described as client-centered; she draws from an eclectic counseling approach and tailors her style to support the unique needs of each individual she serves. Jaime incorporates cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavior, and solution-focused therapy techniques into her work, in addition to mindfulness & relational theory approaches. Jaime’s clinical interests include working with anxiety, mood, and personality disorders, trauma, and substance use.

Jaime joined GLPA in October 2014. She currently provides psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults. In addition to her clinical duties, Jaime also serves as the Chief Operations Officer for the practice.




Lucy received her master’s degree in social work from Smith College School for Social Work in 1972. She was employed at Boston State Hospital on the teaching unit for Tufts New England Medical Center.

In June of 1978, Lucy started at Greater Lowell Psych Associates as one of the first providers to join the practice. Since then, she has served as a Licensed Social Worker treating adults in psychotherapy for issues, such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, bipolar, abuse, sexual dysfunction and trauma.




Robert holds a Master’s degree in social work from Boston University. As a LICSW for 35 years, he has experience in various inpatient and outpatient settings. In January 1994 he started here at Greater Lowell Psychiatric Associates and is the director of psychotherapists.

Robert uses a variety of treatment modalities for relationship problems, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders and trauma. These treatment approaches include cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic, psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, mindfulness skills practice and couples therapy.




Susan is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) since 1993. She obtained her BA in Art Therapy from Emmanuel College and MEd in Counseling Psychology from Cambridge College.   Susan is a seasoned psychotherapist having provided clinical services in a variety of treatment settings including residential, psychiatric inpatient and partial hospitalizations, schools, clubhouse setting, Federal Drug Court (NH) and outpatient. Susan's approach to treatment reflects the client needs and strengths as she tailors her approach to support the unique presentation of each individual served.

Susan utilizes various therapy techniques including psycho-dynamic, client centered, cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, solution-focused and strength based interventions to develop effective treatment toward individual's specific goals. Susan has worked with individual's with a diverse diagnostic presentation including mood disorders, anxiety, depressive disorders, substance use disorders, trauma, personality disorders and schizophrenia. Susan provides individual and group therapy with adult populations.