Meet Roger

ROGER CHABOT, LCSW, LICSW
Psychotherapist & Certified EMDR Provider

Transform from surviving, to thriving.

I am a seasoned trauma therapist with 30 years of expertise in psychotherapy.

I am a graduate of Boston College with a Masters in Clinical Social Work. I completed a Post Masters Graduate Certificate in Advanced Clinical Social Work from Hunter College, New York. I am also certified by the EMDR International Association. I continue studying and specializing in multiple modalities with particular attention to EMDR and trauma focused care.

As invaluable as education and training are, it is the distinct needs of the diverse clients I work with that teach me the most about personal suffering, genuine healing and the capacity for human resiliency.

I began my career working with AIDS afflicted communities in New York City, providing support and counseling to the sick and dying as well as their caregivers. I have spent decades working to address anxiety, trauma, PTSD and depression with diverse populations including veterans, LGBTQIA+ and in college mental health.

I maintain a core therapeutic stance of deep respect and compassion for each individual and their emotional journey.

Among my guiding principals are a belief that everyone deserves the dignity of having another bear witness to their story. All people have the capacity to heal. Achieving a healthy relationship with self is a key ingredient of that healing.

My practice can help with:
Trauma, PTSD, Anxiety, depression, grief, sexual orientation, gender identity, chronic illness, life transitions, relationship issues and more.

Roger Chabot

ROGER CHABOT, LCSW, LICSW
Psychotherapist & Certified EMDR Provider

Transform from surviving, to thriving.

I am a seasoned trauma therapist with 30 years of expertise in psychotherapy.

I am a graduate of Boston College with a Masters in Clinical Social Work. I completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Advanced Clinical Social Work from Hunter College, New York. I am also certified by the EMDR International Association. I continue studying and specializing in multiple modalities with particular attention to EMDR and trauma focused care.

As invaluable as education and training are, it is the distinct needs of the diverse clients I work with that teach me the most about personal suffering, genuine healing and the capacity for human resiliency.

I began my career working with AIDS afflicted communities in New York City, providing support and counseling to the sick and dying as well as their caregivers. I have spent decades working to address anxiety, trauma, PTSD and depression with diverse populations including veterans, LGBTQIA+ and in college mental health.

I maintain a core therapeutic stance of deep respect and compassion for each individual and their emotional journey.

Among my guiding principals are a belief that everyone deserves the dignity of having another bear witness to their story. All people have the capacity to heal. Achieving a healthy relationship with self is a key ingredient of that healing.

My practice can help with:
Trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, grief, sexual orientation, gender identity, chronic illness, life transitions, relationship issues and more.

I provide therapy to individuals and couples from young adulthood to senior ages.

My treatment techniques include EMDR, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, and other evidenced based modalities. I am licensed in New York and Massachusetts.

I maintain a commitment to diversity equality and inclusion. My practice is open to clients of all races, abilities, genders, and sexual orientation.

I provide therapy to individuals and couples from young adulthood to senior ages.

My treatment techniques include EMDR, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, and other evidenced based modalities. I am licensed in New York and Massachusetts.

I maintain a commitment to diversity equality and inclusion. My practice is open to clients of all races, abilities, genders, and sexual orientation.

“Through Roger’s expertise in psychotherapy, EMDR, and overall commitment to my mental health, I have seen a drastic improvement in my quality of life over the years, and my relationship with myself.” –

B.R.