21 Cedar Street, Worcester, MA 01609
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Clinical Staff


Megan "Peg" Kirby, Psy.D.

Dr. Kirby holds a Doctorate from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Kirby is a licensed Clinical Psychologist. She has been a Peace Corps volunteer, a teacher, and a supervisor in both public and private agencies. She has specialized in Attachment Therapy since 1995. Dr. Kirby is EMDR Level II Certified. She is the adoptive mom of four children.

Email: peg@attachmentnewengland.com

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Ken Frohock, LMHC, LRC

Mr. Frohock has a Master’s Degree and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in counseling. Mr. Frohock brings his extensive clinical experience in the fields of Domestic Violence and Addictions to the team. He is EMDR Level II Certified. Mr. Frohock is a regional Manager of the Adoption Journeys Program offering support to Adoptive families at risk for disruption. He has been a counselor since 1988. He is the adoptive dad of three children.

Email: ken@attachmentnewengland.com

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Joe Lyons, Psy.D.

Dr. Lyons has been providing clinical treatment services since 1988. He received his Doctorate from the University of Hartford Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology. Dr. Lyons is a licensed Clinical Psychologist. He has specialized in social skills training with children and has been specializing in Attachment Therapy since 1996. He is EMDR Level II Certified. He is the dad of three children.

Email: joe@attachmentnewengland.com


Suzanne Allen, Ph.D.

Dr. Allen earned her Doctorate at The University of Memphis. Dr. Allen is a licensed Clinical Psychologist. She has been providing therapy for children with trauma histories and their foster and adoptive families since 1986. She has specialized in working with adoptive families since 1994 and in providing attachment therapy since 1997. She is the mom to three children.

Email: sue@attachmentnewengland.com

Office Manager
Jen Kelleher

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