About Amy Levitan, MSW, LICSW, CCBT

Amy is a licensed clinical social worker with over 30 years of experience.  She has worked most recently as a social worker at the Boston Higashi School, a residential school for students aged 5 to 22 with autism. She also has a background working with seniors and chronic mental illness.  Amy is dedicated to helping those without a voice. In her role as a clinician at the MGH Lurie Center, Amy provides therapy, support, information, and runs groups, mainly for individuals over the age 30 and their families. Amy has five children, one of whom has developmental disabilities.

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  • Master’s in Social Work, Simmons College
  • Boston University School of Business, Healthcare Management