Center for Achieving Balance
for Children and Families

Overcoming Adversity and Building Resilience


About Us

Treatment for Families


We help make the world a better place.

The Center for Achieving Balance for Children and Families, LLC was founded by Patricia Brady to implement programs designed to support children and families coping with change and overcoming adversities, with a focus on working with families where there are parent child contact difficulties.

A collaborative team of clinicians is available to provide intensive services to referred children and families and will offer ongoing counseling support as may be necessary. Treatment plans will be designed based upon the specific needs of each family.

The Center offers a home-like setting with a kitchen, living room/playroom providing a more familiar setting
for supervised parenting time and counseling work.

I have known and worked with Patricia Brady for more than 20 plus years. Patricia is compassionate, clinically adept, fair and reasonable, thorough, and willing to go the extra length to help her clients. She has stepped outside the box to help families. 

Patricia Brady comes to the field of child welfare with unique experiences and a valuable background. She has been on the front lines as a DCF social worker and supervisor. She has filled many important capacities in both the Probate & Family Courts and the Juvenile Courts of the Commonwealth of MA.   

Judges have relied heavily upon Patricia’s credible testimony and her well crafted written reports due to her many years of clinical experience dealing with families in crisis. This has earned her the respect and well deserved reputation.

Kevin Patrick Seaver, Esq. ~ August 2016

I went to Patricia due to an open case involved with DCF (Department of Children and Families). Due to the large variation in the degree of conscientiousness and work ethics of their social workers, the ultimate goal of DCF to protect children and families is not always guaranteed and it is not uncommonly found that conclusions reached by their social workers, though being approved by their supervisors, are untenable. Nevertheless, in order to protect your legal rights against a false allegation, it is often the case that you will need a professional and experienced expert to independently assess your case and submit his/her clinical findings as evidence. For this, I highly recommend Patricia, as she is very knowledgeable and experienced with issues involving DCF, and is very reasonable and fair throughout the process. 

In my experience, her investigation is much more thorough and clinically sound than the one performed by the DCF social worker.

Mr. Zhang ~ June 2016  /   (781)395-0828   /   42 High Street - 2nd Floor, Medford, MA, 02155

Disclaimer: No legal services are provided by the Center for Achieving Balance for Children and Families or its personnel. The Attorney-Client Relationship does not exist between the Center for Achieving Balance for Children and Families and its Clients.