About Us

The New England Pastoral Institute is a not-for-profit, multi-disciplinary, pastoral psychotherapy and education center committed to caring for the emotional, intellectual, relational, physical, and spiritual needs of persons, families, and organizations through counseling, education, training, and consultation.


The Counseling Center Staff includes Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapists, Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Certified Group Psychotherapists, Licensed Clinical Psychologists, Licensed Social Workers, and Board Certified Psychiatrists experienced in providing psychotherapy for:

  • marriage and family problems
  • problems with intimate relationships
  • personal struggles with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, a sense of failure, or lack of fulfillment
  • coping with grief or loss
  • emotional problems associated with physical illness or accident
  • spiritual meaning and direction
  • the dilemmas of growing up, parenting or aging
  • issues related to separation, divorce, remarriage and life in blended families
  • addiction
  • interpersonal violence and abuse
  • life-transition counseling

Learn more about our psychotherapy services.

The Center for Education and Training

The Center for Education and Training provides

  • a multitude of workshops and seminars on personal growth and family-related issues for life enrichment
  • a variety of continuing education and professional development programs is also available for mental health professionals and clergy
  • education, wellness and prevention programs

Learn more about the Center for Education & Training.

Clergy Resource Center

The Clergy Resource Center provides ministers opportunities for personal, professional and spiritual growth through individual counseling, and support groups. Through its clergy enrichment program, it offers a pulpit supply service, literary resources, and leadership for retreats and workshops. The Center also serves as a resource for clergy, clergy families, and congregations in crisis.

Learn more about the Clergy Resource Center.