RANDOLPH — Mental Health Counselor Molly Weinberg has joined the Behavioral Health team at Gifford.

Her arts background provides expressive arts therapy focus using drama, music, art, poetry and movement to help clients process emotions, express themselves, and increase confidence and self-esteem. Weinberg’s other clinical interests include mindfulness-based stress reduction, chronic illness and mental health, body image and family therapy.

Her experience includes positions in Massachusetts at the Community Therapeutic Day School in Lexington, Jewish Community Center in Newton, Cambridge Women’s Center and Cambridge Arts Council; as well as in Ohio at Bowling Green State University.

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