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Murron O'Neill, M.A., LCSW

Murron (mare-in) is a Licensed Certified Social Worker in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island. They completed their undergraduate program in Psychology and Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Rhode Island and graduated with their MSW and a minor in macro social work practice at Boston University.

Murron has significant experience working with anxiety and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), beginning their training in 2018 at McLean Hospital's OCDI Jr. They also currently work at the New England Center for OCD and Anxiety, where they provide individual therapy to a variety of ages in the Intensive Outpatient Program. In addition to their OCD- and anxiety-specific experience, Murron has worked in a variety of settings, including: inpatient, residential, community-based, school, and in-home settings, with clients of all ages and backgrounds. They particularly enjoy working with members of the queer and neurodivergent community.

Through their experience, they have become adept at using both Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) as a resource in helping people face their fears in service of becoming the person they would most like to be. Murron also has more recent experience providing Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) in conjunction with those modalities for those with comorbid trauma- and anxiety-related symptoms. Above all else, Murron respects each client's personal autonomy and self-determination. They are not here to set goals for you, but instead wish to act as a resource and guide to you achieving your own.

Murron is also regularly accompanied by their licensed therapy dog, an Australian Shepherd named Pierogi. In their spare time, Murron enjoys reading terrible romance novels, hiking, going to concerts of all music varieties, and planning their next tattoo.

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