Glennis stands in a garden next to a white flowering plant. Glennis wears a vibrant quilted yellow jacket and has thin framed clear glasses. Her hair is short above her ears, and she wears a purple headband. Glennis is smiling brightly with her teeth


Glennis Muldoon, LMSW

“There’s music everywhere. You just have to learn to listen for it.” – TJ Klune


Boston College School of Social Work, 2022 / Clinical Concentration with a Mental Health Specialization

Currently accepting new clients on a case by case basis.

What’s therapy with me like? My main clinical focuses include Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs, including hair pulling, skin picking, nail and cheek biting), anxiety disorders, and grief. My therapeutic style is eclectic. I use mindfulness-based techniques like Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), strengths-based approaches like Solution-Focused Therapy, and expressive arts in addition to other cognitive-behavioral modalities.

These modalities provide a good therapeutic structure and opportunities for skill building while also being flexible enough to meet my clients’ individual, unique needs. I believe clients are the experts of their own experiences and I prefer approaches that are person-centered.

How I’ve kept learning… Certificate programs, participation in conferences, reading books, and listening to mental health and social justice podcasts all help me grow as a social worker and person. I’m currently working on a certificate program through the TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors’ Virtual Professional Training Institute and reading Resmaa Menakem’s My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies.

Who do I work with? I have worked with clients across the life span and enjoy working with youth over 7, teenagers, and caregivers, as well as adults of all ages. I specialize in individual and family therapy.

My impacting identities are… I am a cis, heterosexual, white woman, identities that have inherent privileges I am continuously building awareness around. I have personal experience with BFRBs (hair pulling and nail biting), which have challenged me, and also helped me find compassion for myself and others. I have also been impacted by suicide, a loss that led me to social work and deepened my advocacy for neurodiversity.

I feel allied/aware/part of/informed/knowledgeable about… Neurodivergent populations (part of, knowledgeable), LGBTQIA+ (allied, knowledgeable), trauma survivors (knowledgeable).

I am the best fit for a client who… wants to explore themselves, their challenges, and their values in a supportive, open environment. I’m also a good fit for clients who like using humor and creativity during sessions.

I am not a good fit for clients who… doesn’t want to take an active role in their own healing process (or doesn’t want to be a part of their child’s therapeutic process).

What makes me unique? I’ve always loved making art and before going into social work, I studied neuroscience and worked in multiple research labs. I think my approachability, creativity, and analytical thinking skills make me a unique, well-rounded therapist.


The Practical Stuff

What insurances do I accept? I am in network with Evernorth (previously known as Cigna). I am accepting BCBS clients on a case-by-case basis but generally am scheduling about a month out for intakes.

Do I offer telehealth or in person sessions? Both – I prioritize my in person sessions for kids and younger clients. I do not offer sessions on Tuesdays.


The Fun Stuff

Did you know…I also work part-time as a Teaching Artist at Art Works Now, a community-based art nonprofit where I develop and run courses and workshops for participants of all ages.


Any pets? I have a Venus flytrap named Nibbles.

What I’ve Learned

  • Beyond Focused and Automatic : Principal Components Analysis to Derive Functional Phenotypes in Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors, BFRB Con, Kimi Skokin, April 2021
  • Assessment and Clinical Understanding Training September 2021
  • Suicide Bereavement Clinician Training, Jack Jordan, PhD, October 2021

What I’ve Learned Lately

  • Supporting LGBTQ+ Youth and Families, Michelle Berton, LMHC & Kristin Phelan, LICSW, February 2022
  • ADHD & Executive Functioning: How it Develops Normally & Abnormally, and What Parents & Educators Can Do to Help, Jason Fogler, MA, PhD, March 2022
  • In-Home Therapy Conference: Supporting Emerging Therapists in Community-Based Settings, New England Association for Family and Systemic Therapy, April 2022
  • Crossing the Bridge: Integrating Solution Focused Therapy into Clinical Practice, Susan Tohn & Jordan Oshlag, May 2022
  • Helping Your Child with Sensory Regulation: Skills to Manage the Emotional and Behavioral Components of Your Child’s Sensory Processing Challenges, Suzanne Mouton-Odum PhD & Ruth Goldfinger Golomb LCPC, June 2022
  • Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation of Older Adults, Relias Academy, July 2022
  • Addressing Suicide in Adolescents and Transition Age Youth, Relias Academy, July 2022
  • Yoga Immersion – 8 Limbs & Hatha Yoga, Asia Vianna Leak, September- November 2022
  • Supporting Caregivers Through Treatment for OCD, NOCD Academy: Sara Conley, PhD, and Patrick B McGrath, PhD, January 2023
  • Understanding and Healing Relational Trauma, Dr. Meg-John Barker, Conscious Life’s Trauma Super Conference, February 2023

How to Give me A Buzz

The best way to contact me is…via e-mail at


Supervised By: 

Kelly Keys, LCSW-C