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Sinn, Timothy L.

CPC-The Counseling & Psychotherapy Center, Inc.
125 Mason St. Fall River, MA 02723
67 Newbury St. Boston, MA 02116
tim.s@cpcamerica.com
(781) 455-8726

  • Clinical Licenses held:
    • Licensed mental health counselor (LMHC)
  • Ages of population served: 19 years and older
  • Genders Served:
    • Male
  • Types of Services offered:
    • Group work specialized for sexually problematic/offense behavior
    • Individual 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:
    • No Response
  • Language Proficiencies in Group/Individual sessions:
    • English
  • Residential Treatment Program:  No
  • Psychopharmacology Assessments Provided: Yes
  • Onsite Access to provide Psychiatric Medication as part of services: No
  • Insurance Accepted: Yes
    • MBHP
    • BCBS
  • Description of work provided and philosophy of working with this population:
    • My work focuses primarily on group and individual treatment with adult males who have committed a range of sexual offenses from exhibitionism to internet offenses, to hands on offending. My philosophy is that this is a complex relational problem primarily that needs to be approached in a multi-faceted manner. One client may require group and individual, and another may require group, couples and psychopharmacology intervention. EMDR (level 2 trained) is also utilized around trauma resolution. All clients are approached in a respectful, caring, behaviorally accountable, and having a research grounded or with emerging practices that have proven effective. Treatment with the majority of clients who have committed sexual offenses require longterm treatment. This is a recovery model.