****Greater Hartford Wellness is moving to 40 Avon Meadow Lane, Avon, CT on August 20, 2018****

Who We Are

Dr. Kathleen Webb, PsyD

I received my Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) from the University of Hartford in Hartford, CT. This program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). I earned my BA in psychology from Providence College in Providence, RI...(read more)

Bethany Ferreira, LPC

I received my graduate degree from the University of New Haven in Community Psychology with a focus in clinical services. My undergraduate degree is in Psychology from the University of Connecticut...(read more)

Ingrid Kania

Office Manager
I am a graduate of Simmons College and Southern Connecticut State University where I studied public health. After receiving my Master of Public Health (MPH) degree, I began my career in research at the American Red Cross...(read more)

Our Values

Compassion: We use compassion and empathy as tools to make connections with our clients and to invite our clients to be vulnerable.

Respect: We strive to serve all clients with respect and dignity.

Simplicity: We seek to operate with simplicity as a living example of what we advocate for clients. Living simply provides focus and clarity on our priorities.

Trust: We believe personal growth and the therapeutic relationship are founded on trust.

Ethics & Integrity: We are committed to adhering to high ethical standards and providing honest and consistent services to our clients.

Accountability: We are committed to doing what we say we are going to do, including living by example.

Competence: We keep up to speed with knowledge and skills to deliver top quality services.

Consciousness: We aim to live in the present moment and exercise awareness of self and others at all times.

Growth: We believe the opportunity to grow has no end point; wellness is a journey, not a destination.

Health: We strive to support clients to be the healthiest they can be: emotionally, physically, and spiritually.


Our Approach

We believe our work with clients is a collaborative endeavor.  More specifically, we seek to collaborate with those who are motivated and curious to change.  We bring empathy, expertise, and energy to every session. Successful therapeutic work is founded on a trusting relationship between therapist and client.

Our team uses an integrated theoretical and treatment approach to understand each client, and together we create individual and/or family goals.  While each clinician has their own style, we collectively draw from Developmental, Family Systems, Interpersonal, and Psychodynamic theories in practice.  Play therapy and art-based interventions are often used in our work with children. Our team also utilizes empirically supported, evidenced-based treatments when clinically appropriate:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): Skills focused to understand the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behavior.
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT): Skills driven treatment to tolerate intense emotions and behaviors, live mindfully, and maintain relationships.
  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT): Specialized treatment to address trauma-related symptoms.

Our Services


  • Individual (children, teens, adults)
  • Family
  • Couples

Areas of Professional Focus:

  • Anxiety & Fears
  • Mood problems
  • Academic challenges
  • Trauma & Abuse
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Emotional eating
  • Finding a good fit for college and careers


  • The Highlands Ability Battery (learn morehab
    • Adolescents: High school and college-aged individuals learn more about their optimal higher education environment and options for future career paths based on natural abilities. Administered in individual and group modalities.
    • Adults: Individuals of any age can learn more about their natural abilities when considering a career change, seeking answers about self, or feeling bored or unsatisfied with their current work life.


  • Short-term consultation is available for individuals who are seeking direction on the type and level of treatment needed to address difficulties.