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    South Hamilton, MA 01982
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Dr. Kelly Breen Boyce

  • Assistant Professor of Counseling and Psychology

First Year at Gordon-Conwell:



  • B.A. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • M.A. (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
  • M.A., Psy.D. (Rosemead School of Psychology)



Professional Interests:

Marriage and Family Counseling


Dr. Breen Boyce has worked at Gordon-Conwell since 2006 in various capacities, from Directing the Graduate Programs in Counseling to, most recently, being the Assistant Professor of Counseling and Psychology. She has taught master's and doctoral level courses in the areas of psychological testing, group dynamics, marriage and family therapy, personality theory and psychopathology. She has also led continuing education seminars for mental health professionals and taught psychoeducational courses at local churches.

Dr. Breen Boyce has also conducted clinical services in a wide variety of settings. These have included providing psychological services to individuals, couples and groups, in addition to conducting neuropsychological assessments in conjunction with a federally funded Alzheimer’s Disease research center. She currently works at Bareiter Counseling Center, where she provides psychological assessment and psychotherapy for individuals and couples.

Dr. Breen Boyce is a Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is an AAMFT approved supervisor and is a member of the American Psychological Association, the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, the Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology, the Phi Alpha Chi Theological Honor Society and the NC Counseling Association. Dr. Breen Boyce is a member of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina.

Dr. Breen Boyce’s clinical interests include bipolar disorder, OCD and the interplay of object relations and spirituality. She enjoys reading and writing in the area of contemplative spirituality. Her personal interests include historic home preservation, hiking and watching independent films.