I am an experienced psychologist and psychotherapist with over thirty-five years of experience. I founded my Caroline Marvin, Ph.D.- Littleton Family Therapy practice in Littleton, MA because I believe in “recognizing that families are diverse and that all families matter.”
I practiced at the Family Institute of Cambridge for thirty-five years. I also served as a senior faculty member and Director. In that role, I had the honor of teaching dozens of new therapists. I served as co-director, along with Charles Verge, for the Family Institute’s intensive family therapy program.
I developed the academic course for new methods in women’s group process. I also served on the faculty at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. There, I developed and taught the advanced family therapy course.
Currently, I am focusing on my private practice out of my Littleton, MA location. There I work with families, couples, and individuals. I strive to serve as an inclusive, non-judgmental ear. I understand that families come in all shapes and sizes and do not believe in pressuring anyone to fit a certain mold or form. Family exists where love exists, and everything else is negotiable.
If you or your loved ones are in need of professional guidance and support, I have the experience to be of help. Reach out to me for the help you need.