Tamara Hirsch

About

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Tamara Hirsch, LCSW, JD* received her undergraduate degree with honors in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis, and then completed a year-long AmeriCorps program in conflict resolution. She obtained dual law and social work degrees from Boston College Law School and Boston College Graduate School of Social work. After graduating, she completed a post-graduate fellowship in the department of outpatient psychiatry at Children’s Hospital in Boston. She then worked in family law, mediation and diverse clinical settings with children, adults and families, before opening her private therapy and mediation practice. She is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and is a licensed New York therapist.


Mediation Background

Tamara has helped hundreds of families through the divorce process. For Tamara, divorce mediation is a natural way to combine her unique professional backgrounds in law and counseling and her lifelong dedication to helping people communicate and negotiate through conflict.

Tamara is a certified divorce mediator who has completed advanced divorce mediation trainings with Boston’s Mediation Works Incorporated and The New York Center for Interpersonal Development. Tamara is a member of the Academy of Professional Family Mediators, the National Association of Divorce Professionals (Brooklyn Chapter), the New York State Council on Divorce Mediation, the Family and Divorce Mediation Council of Greater New York and the Massachusetts State Bar.

Therapy Background

Tamara’s psychotherapeutic approach is based upon the trusting and supportive relationships that she builds with her clients. She is committed to truly understanding each unique individual as they gain greater emotional awareness, confidence, and self-acceptance. She has 15 years of experience working with hundreds of clients to improve emotional awareness, heal from life’s challenges, increase happiness and confidence, and strengthen relationships.


*Admitted to practice law in Massachusetts only.