Stephen Grigelevich, LICSW

Social Worker
233 Harvard Street
Suite 35
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446

Narrative of Services:

My practice is almost exclusively dedicated to OCD and mental/emotional conditions that produce chronic avoidance or obsessional/compulsive elements in one’s life, such as social anxiety, depression, or identity conflicts.

I am also dedicated to working with identity development throughout one’s life cycle, whether it be with respect to gender, sexuality, ethnicity/race, or class development.

I have trained at Fenway Health, a community health center servicing clients int he LGBT community. I have incorporated these trainings into my work with clients to address the relevant cultural forces that contribute to one’s suffering. I work with gender identity, class, race, and generally invite clients to see themselves as dynamic beings interacting with systems at multiple levels (family, culture, political system, etc).
Facilities accessible by clients of all mobility levels (ADA accessible): No

Training Description:

I served as a community residential counselor at the OCD Institute at McLean Hospital from Oct 2011-July 2015. I then continued at my training under Jason Elias, PhD, at CBTeam, LLC, a group practice based in Arlington, MA, specializing in OCD and related anxiety disorders.

I combine behavioral exposure work with narrative therapy/cultural approaches that emphasize the impact of disorder-related grief on identity and values of the human being.

Diversity Training:  aleParticipant, Multicultural Family Institute, July of 2015.
Graduate, Urban Leadership Certificate, Simmons School of Social Work, May of 2017
LGBT focused therapy, Fenway Health, Boston, Ma, 2016-2017