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Richard Pinderhughes

Part-time Faculty


Dr. Pinderhughes’ full time work is as Deputy VP of Consulting at VISIONS, Inc., an anti-oppression training and consulting organization that that began its work in 1984. He applies his clinical experience to training, group facilitation, coaching, and technical assistance in corporate, non-profit, educational, faith-based, and healthcare settings, consulting on a wide range of institutional and organizational change issues from a multicultural perspective. He also supervised the VISIONS’ Legacy Project, a summer program for youth, from its inception in 2008 through 2018, and has recently resumed a supervisory role.

With a background in adoption issues, particularly transracial and international adoption, Dr. Pinderhughes has practiced individual, group, and family therapy for over 30 years in greater Boston.

Additional experience includes 10 years practicing psychotherapy at Tufts University Counseling Center, and 12 years experience working on several in-patient units throughout the Greater Boston area.

He earned his doctorate from William James College (formerly Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology).

Clinical Practice Experience

30+ years individual, group, family psychotherapy, primarily with adoptive and complex blended families; 10 years psychotherapy university counseling services