Community First Therapy

Winter Updates 2020-2021

11.01.21 12:10 AM By Charell McFarland


For many of us 2020 and 2021 has looked and felt different than any year prior. We wanted to take time to say we are all in this together and here's to 2021 being the catalyst of turning things around!

We also wanted to give you a quick update of all of the amazing changes happening here as we usher in this new year! For starters, our Massachusetts office is moving Feb 1st to a new location! While this wont affect services right now as we are still fully remote for everyone's safety, once we re-open the physical office space we will be able to accommodate more people within the office! This means shorter waits (which we already have), and the ability to social distance within the office. There is also ample FREE and unlimited parking. We will be accessible by bus as there is a bus stop right outside the door. If you find yourself hungry or in need of a pick me up, there is Samel's Deli on the lower level. We can't wait to open our doors and for you to see all that's changing here at CFTC!

Our new address will be 75 South Church St, Ste 600, Pittsfield, MA 01201. That's right... the Clock Tower (aka the Berkshire Eagle building).

Now on to more exciting news. Wait for it because it's huge--we are doubling our team in the Massachusetts office! In November of last year, we added a new MSW intern, Emily Borsody, and this month we will add a second MSW intern, Corinne Shaw. They both come with a wealth of knowledge and experience which allows us to provide more cost effective services to those who have insurances we do not accept or to those who are underinsured.

At Community First Therapy and Consulting, we are passionate about providing quality and affordable services as well as education and training to the future providers of mental health services. If you would like more information, contact the office.

Happy New Year from our staff to you and your families! We hope you are well, we hope you are safe, and we hope you are able to carve out time this year to focus on mental health and wellness!

Charell McFarland