Lisa Jackson


Lisa Jackson, PhD

Dr. Jackson has been helping individuals overcome personal and professional obstacles since 1995. Clients describe her as warm, approachable, and highly skilled at helping them move beyond limiting behaviors and patterns toward a life that feels and works better. Dr. Jackson utilizes a blend of best psychological practices tailored to the specific needs of the client. Her work integrates various schools of theory including EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, and Internal Family Systems.

Dr. Jackson completed her doctoral training at Tulane University in her hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. She is now happily based in Clifton Park, New York where she lives with her family.

Kimberly Martin

Kimberly Martin, LCSW-R

Kim has been a therapist in the Capital District for 20+ years. She received her MSW from SUNY Albany in 1993 and her practice has included work with children, adolescents, and adults. Kim has developed ways to support persons of all ages who are coping with mental health symptoms, major life changes and/or traumatic events through individual, couples, and family therapy. Kim's wide range of practice includes working with people to address and improve anxiety/depression symptoms, divorce/separation/blended family issues, interpersonal relationships, and self awareness toward living a more rewarding and fulfilling life.

Kim believes that symptoms tend to increase when people stray further and further away from who they really are and where they really want to be. Kim has been described as "very easy to talk to" and is comfortable working with people on even the most sensitive of issues.

Eileen McGachey

Eileen McGachey, LCSW

Eileen is an experienced and interactive clinician who works with individuals to build on their strengths, make healthier choices and achieve greater freedom in their lives. By creating a positive therapeutic relationship, she can help you create opportunities for insight, growth and personal fulfillment. She graduated from Stony Brook University with her MSW in 2006, and in her practice she has been helping people develop healthier, more adaptive ways of handling their emotions and effectively make long lasting changes in their lives. She provides psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, self-esteem and life transitions. Her therapeutic process utilizes psychodynamic therapy, (helping people connect their life history, family history and life events to present thoughts, behaviors, attitudes and emotional conflicts which helps them gain a deeper and clearer understanding of themselves) cognitive behavioral therapy and family systems. She specializes with young adults, adults, and seniors.