My experience and approach


I have worked as a therapist in many settings over the years, including medical and psychiatric hospitals, emergency rooms, community mental health centers, college health, and private practice. I spent several years working as the Assistant Director of mental health services for a large university.

I offer a conversational approach and compassionate care. Creating a two-way trusting relationship is a hallmark in my work.

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Stacy Creamer


My approach is warm, relaxed, and down to earth. Our conversations are tailored to what you need each session, informed by skills and training in a variety of counseling techniques & styles, including cognitive & dialectical behavior therapies. I am a trauma-informed therapist and I can help you to separate your current life from past traumatic events when bad memories just won't let you go.

Prior to my career in mental health, I worked for 10 years as an EMT. I know firsthand the culture and stressors unique to front-line workers and first responders. First responders hold a special place in my heart.

I see people in person in my Natick office or virtually if you are anywhere in MA or FL.

I was born and raised in the Metrowest area. I currently live in the area with my husband and cats. I enjoy cooking, eating good food, yoga, gardening, reading, watching the birds, and being in nature as much as possible.

Click here for my interview in the Green Pill Interview Series of AlexLovesHealth.

I’m excited to have contributed my expertise to this insightful article: 'I Feel Sad - Do I Need Therapy?' published by TherapyRoute/Carmen Williams.

Stacy Creamer

I welcome your outreach.

Please feel free to contact me and we can set up a call to discuss your needs.

Let’s see where the conversation takes us.