Veronica Rogers, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

I am passionate about learning, social justice, and working with people. These interests have led me to complete M.A programs in Teaching at Simmons University and Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Lesley University. I have been fortunate to support children and adolescents over the past decade as a public educator, first in the role of a fifth-grade teacher and currently as a school adjustment counselor. These experiences have made clear to me that it is essential for everyone to receive emotional support as we face adversities, navigate developmental milestones, and aspire towards our hopes and dreams.


My Specialties Include:
· Counseling for Generalized Anxiety, Social Anxiety, and Depression
· Career Guidance and Goal-Setting Support
· Supporting healthy peer relationships and social skill development
· Counseling for ADHD, Executive Functioning difficulties, and Learning Differences
· Supporting individuals on the Autism Spectrum
· Identity exploration, self-esteem building, and self-advocacy skill strengthening
· Promoting emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and effective coping strategies
· Supporting families from a wide range of backgrounds with parenting support, school support, coping with transitions, loss, divorce, and medical conditions
My therapeutic interventions incorporate features of evidence-based practices and eclectic approaches tailored to each individual’s needs and interests:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Expressive Arts
  • Mindfulness
  • Zones of Regulation and Social Thinking Curriculum
  • Play Therapy
  • Individual and small group therapy
  • Person-centered, strengths-based approach

I am committed to supporting and empowering individuals with a wide range of learning differences, mental health needs, and diverse identities. I constantly feel inspired and humbled to witness clients’ inner strength and the many special facets to their identities. Crucial to my work is helping clients see these qualities in themselves so they leave counseling feeling motivated, hopeful, and most importantly understood.