Mr. Duffy earned his undergraduate degree from St. Bonaventure University with a major in psychology, where he became a member of the National Honors Society in Psychology. He received his master’s degree with a specialization in clinical psychotherapy from Rivier College and has worked at Nashua Children's Home for over 20 years providing services to children, adolescents, and families. This work included home based counseling to prevent the removal of children from their homes due to abuse, neglect and delinquent behavior and he also provided counseling services to children living in residence, working toward family reunification. Mr. Duffy also provided adult outpatient services at a community mental health center for over 7 years where he worked with a variety of clients ranging from mild adjustment disorders to major mental illness, including couples and family work, and domestic violence treatment. He is a licensed clinical mental health counselor (LMHC)in New Hampshire and a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors.
Mr. Duffy provides psychotherapy to individuals and families across a range of mental health issues. He maintains specialty interest in working with parents on behavioral management training for children, EMDR for trauma resolution, and cognitive treatment of depression.