by | Dec 10, 2016 |

Dr. Ray Mount,Ph.D., Psychologist

Certified IFS Therapist

Welcome to my Website.  I am a clinical and school psychologist and have been seeing clients in private practice for 30 years.  In my current practice, I see individuals, couples and families who want to work with the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model of psychotherapy.  Please feel free to call or text with questions  or to set up a courtesy interview.  (978) 273-7094 

Last year (2017) I took a sabbatical to hike the Appalachian Trail; the blog pages describe that journey.  Living on the AT for 7 months introduced me to the healing power of nature and provided an opportunity to experience the synergy possible with the IFS model of psychotherapy.  I “literally” and figuratively hiked each day with “my internal family” of “parts” as we learned to function as a team.  My “internal friends” helped me survive this challenge of a lifetime.    The whole experience led me to develop “Guided Wilderness Connections.”  If you would like to see pictures from the Appalachian Trail and hear the story of how this adventure led to developing the Guided Wilderness Program, watch this Google talk.

Guided Wilderness Connections is a program designed for individuals and groups who turn to nature for healing.  It promotes access to thoughts, feelings and sensations that have been ignored or not yet discovered.  The result brings in a sense of calm, confidence and courage where fear, doubt and frustration resided.   It is  ideal for organizations, management teams and individuals who wish to improve their interpersonal relationships and leadership effectiveness.   We are presently accepting candidates who wish to work in a group setting learning management skills “from the inside out.”