Behavioral Health

Tracey Terrazzano, LICSW

Therasa (Tracey) Terrazzano is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who joined Needham Pediatrics in June 2014. Tracey's role is to provide assessment and counseling services for Needham Pediatrics patients who are experiencing behavioral health problems such as anxiety, depression, temper tantrums, oppositional behavior, or disordered eating. For patients who require short-term or less intensive therapy, Tracey may be able to serve all of the patients' needs herself. If a patient will require more intensive, longer-term, or specialized therapy, Tracey will help arrange transition to the appropriate mental health professionals in the community.

If you wish to have a visit with Tracey, you may simply call our office to make arrangements.

Tracey received her undergraduate degree at Illinois State University and pursued her Masters in Social Work at Southern Illinois University. Tracey has worked extensively in the Boston area in an outreach capacity to school systems, as a clinical supervisor to other therapists and interns, and as a therapist herself. Prior to joining Needham Pediatrics, Tracey had a private practice on the North Shore and worked as a clinician with the Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Project. 

Tracey resides in the MetroWest area with her husband and two children.

 

Landen Burke, LICSW

Landen Burke joined Needham Pediatrics in September 2018.  He comes to the practice with a passion for helping children and a belief that mental health care is best practiced collaboratively.  He has experience working in multiple settings with children of all ages, with a variety of strengths and needs.  Landen is a commited advocate and ally for the LGBTQ community in Massachusetts.

Landen was a student teacher at Germaine Lawrence, a treatment facility for adolescent girls, while earning his teacing certificate and BFA in art education in 2005.  He spent time in California providing in-home support and teaching courses to parents regarding support of their children with special needs.  Upon return to New England, he earned his MSW at Boston University in 2011 while completing internships with local domestic violence programs and working as an ABA therapist with children diagnosed with autism.

Prior to joining Needham Pediatrics, Landen was employed at the Home for Little Wanderers as a play therapist in their Preschool Outreach Program.  He also worked as a clinical administrator through a Home for Little Wanderers residential / day treatment facility.

Outside of work, Landen is busy building skateboards, or riding them, and spending time with those he loves.