Dr. Souffront is a licensed psychologist (MA & NH) with 40 years of clinical experience in the field. She has a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Temple University. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings such as: community mental health clinics, federal correctional institutions, a day shelter for homeless adults and private outpatient settings. In most of these settings, she has provided a combination of direct services, program development and staff clinical and administrative supervision. Dr. Souffront has extensive experience in addiction treatment. She designed and was responsible for outpatient substance abuse programming at FCI Fort Dix (Federal Correctional Institution). She also was the clinical director at St. Francis House, a day shelter for homeless adults that served a severe co-occurring population. She has been responsible for design, implementation and clinical supervision of programs and staff.
Dr. Souffront is part time faculty at Bridgewater School of Social Work (Bridgewater State University) and at the Addictions Certificate Program at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She teaches addiction treatment to undergraduate, graduate and counseling students. She also provides clinical consulting to several organizations. She currently maintains a private practice providing individual and couples therapy. Dr. Souffront specialties include: affective disorders, stress, anxiety, substance use disorders, trauma, life stage issues. She works with couples on relationship issues and parenting. She works with heterosexual and LGBTQ couples.