"We have learned so much about ourselves,
and each other, with Martha’s insight and guidance.
Martha has changed our lives… all for the better."
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
Martha Reeves comes to NCCT with more than 25 years of experience in treating couples and families. A graduate of Wheelock College, Suffolk University and Smith College School for Social Work, Martha holds degrees in Education, Counseling Psychology and Social Work. Additionally, Martha has received advanced training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. She has completed the Practicum for Teaching Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction through the Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the Mindful Schools Project in Oakland California. Martha is interested and engaged in the study of attachment and the neurobiology of relationship and has completed initial training in the use of neurofeedback in psychotherapy.
In addition to her work with NCCT, Martha is an adjunct instructor at the Smith College School for Social Work where she has also taught Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. With a spirit of curiosity, compassion and humor, Martha is able to guide couples to access their own innate wisdom and support them in the development and refinement of their most valuable relational tools. Martha believes intimate partnership to be the greatest investment we make in our lives and one of the most challenging. Her work is grounded in knowing that by increasing awareness of our experience and intention we are able to relate to challenges in ways that enrich our connection and improve our communication. Martha enjoys running, biking and hiking with friends and family.