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Lastoff, Debra

Clearview Center of New England
6 Pondview Pl. Tyngsboro, MA 01879
clearviewcenterofne@comcast.net
(978) 649-9980

  • Clinical Licenses held:
    • Licensed marriage and family clinician
  • Ages of population served:   3 years and older
  • Genders Served:
    • Male
    • Female
    • Self-Identified gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered
  • Types of Services offered:
    • Group work specialized for sexually problematic/offense behavior
    • Individual work specialized for sexually problematic/offense behavior
    • Family Support work specialized for sexually problematic/offense behavior
    • Evidence based individual therapy (e.g., CBT for anxiety, depression, or trauma)
    • Evidence Based family therapy (e.g., Functional Family Therapy)
    • Risk Assessments
  • Experience with Specialized Populations:
    • Mild Mental Retardation or developmental disability in the PDD/Autism Spectrum
    • Adolescent emergence of major mental illness (e.g., Bipolar Disorder, Psychotic Disorders)
    • Severe trauma population (e.g., fragile PTSD, complex trauma adaptation, dissociation)
    • Co-occurring disorder: psychiatric disability and substance abuse
    • Youth with high frequency/severity of assaultive behavior targeting others
    • Youth with a history of fire setting
    • Youth with unusually high medical care needs (e.g., HIV, diabetes, potentially lethal allergy)
    • Other
  • Language Proficiencies in Group/Individual sessions:
    • English
  • Residential Treatment Program:  No
  • Psychopharmacology Assessments Provided:   No
  • Onsite Access to provide Psychiatric Medication as part of services: No
  • Insurance Accepted: Yes
    • Aetna
    • BC/BS
    • Teamsters
    • Cigna
    • United Health Care
    • et al
  • Description of work provided and philosophy of working with this population:
    • The Clearview Center offers an intensive structured cognitive behaviorally based program to provide adults and childen who have committed a sexual offense with the understanding and concrete skills needed to prevent further offenses and to live emotionally appropriate and healthy lives. We offer supportive services to family members and others affected by the offending behaviors.