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My Approach

Expressive Arts based, Trauma-Informed, Consent guided, Holistically minded, Body-Oriented Psychotherapy

I treat each person that enters my office as unique, tailoring the therapy to meet the needs of the client.  That being said, there is an undercurrent in all my sessions that is based on acceptance of feelings/emotions, consent, creativity, and honesty.  I incorporate both verbal and non-verbal ways of working in therapy; to both access what does not always have words and to allow space for healing to occur in the body, not just with the mind. I truly love my job, and I believe that shows in everything that I do.

Theory and Techniques Used: (but not limited to)


  • Expressive Arts Therapy (Art, Music, Movement, Writing)

  • Trauma-Informed Practice Models

  • Sex Therapy

  • Gottman Approach to Couples Therapy

  • Body-Oriented Psychotherapy

  • Polyvagal Theory

  • Play Therapy

  • Transgenerational Trauma Concepts

  • Sand Tray Therapy

  • Family / Systemic Constellations Theory

  • Breathwork

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Continuing education is constant and important in therapeutic fields. myFIRE Studios strives to continually grow knowledge in many theories, as well as in cultural, social, and trauma-informed ways of practice.

myFIRE Studios is:



Sex Worker Friendly

About Me

About Kimberly Clementi-Eadon, LMHC LCMHC

  • Licensed as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Massachusetts (LMHC) and New Hampshire (LCMHC)

  • Masters Degree in Expressive Arts Therapy/ Mental Health Counseling from Lesley University, Cambridge, MA 

  • Bachelors Degree in Art Therapy from Lesley College, Cambridge, MA

  • Associates Degree in Psychology from Cape Cod Community College, Hyannis MA

  • Opened private practice in 2011

  • Trained in Family Constellations under Samvedam Randles; participated in a Family Constellations Learning Group for 13+ years, currently facilitator of Family Constellations at the Inner Arts Institute in Watertown, MA

  • Listed on the Approved Supervisor List of NH

  • Worked and Volunteered as an Educational Advocate 2008-2017

  • Worked in a variety of settings, including:

    • residential programs,

    • school settings from preschool to high school level, specifically with children different learning strengths

    • confidential shelters,

    • domestic violence hotline,

    • specialized schools for those with complex medical, cognitive, or behavioral needs.

    • day program for adjudicated youth

    • therapy for children and families involved in the juvenile justice department

    • in-school girl's empowerment program

  • Current Member:

    • AMHCA​

  • Conference Presenter for

    • Parent Information Center (PIC) of New Hampshire​

    • 2017 North American Systemic Constellations

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