Associates for Resolution Therapy

Paulette is a Massachusetts and Connecticut licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is an AAMFT Clinical Member and is certified in CBT/DBT treatment. In practice since 1996, she has helped hundreds of couples and families achieve their relationship goals.


INFORMATION on Family Therapy

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  • Anger Management. Info...
  • Family Marriage Counseling Suggested Readings. Info...



  • Anger, Assertiveness & Conflict Management. Info...
  • Building Self-Esteem in Your Child. Info...
  • Coping With the Strong-Willed Child. Info...

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Meet Paulette

Psychotherapist. Coach. Speaker.

A combination of professional achievement and dedication to the strength of the family has marked Ms. Trueblood’s career as a Marriage and Family Therapist. She is licensed in the State of Connecticut.


Masters: Fairfield University, Marriage & Family Therapy, 1996.

Specialized Certificates: “Breaking the Patterns of Depression;” “Treating Oppositional Defiant Disorder;” “Angry Adolescents; Troubled Teens;” ” ADHD in Children & Adults;” “Management of High-Risk Patients;” “Brief Solution Therapy;” “Narrative Therapy,” “Loss & Transition;” “Treating Anxiety Disorders;” “Family Mediation; Divorce;” “DBT Skills Training;” “Advanced Cognitive Therapy;” “Play Therapy; and “Treating Bipolar & Attention Deficit Disorder.”


Clinical Fellow: AAMFT, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy

Certified Anger Management Specialist: NAMA, National Anger Management Association.

Credentials Certified by: Psychology Today; Good

In Her Own Words

My approach is to help you discover what works best for you. Your focus will be on solutions not problems, on your strengths not your weaknesses, and on the present not the past. My techniques include anger management, conflict resolution, relationship communication training, and assertiveness training, all of which can be factors in the complexities of marriage and family relationships. I also use cognitive and behavioral techniques to help clients manage: attention deficit; a difficult child; anger; depression; panic attacks; grief; loss; and stress.