Kerry Mensah, LICSW of Path to Wellness Psychotherapy earned her Bachelor of Psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and her Masters of Social Work from Simmons College. Kerry has over 5 years of experience working in the Massachusetts state prison system. She ran groups at both the Massachusetts Correctional Institute (MCI) Framingham and MCI Concord and developed an anger management curriculum. Kerry has extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and is a diplomat with the Academy of Cognitive Behavior. She is also trained in EMDR to treat trauma. Areas of additional experience include: depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, gender dysphoria and substance use disorders. Kerry uses a multitude of skills in her practice such as deep breathing, mindfulness, meditation and other relaxation techniques. Kerry also has the unique ability to help even the most resistant or ambivalent clients feel comfortable. She works with individuals, couples and families ages 18 to adult. She has limited day and evening availability. She accepts Blue Cross, Tufts commercial (not public) and private pay. She can be reached at 978-604-4428 or via email at email@example.com.
"Mind, Body and Spirit - this tripod of connection allows us to see ourselves, our relationships and our lives through a much bigger lens."
I am not accepting clients at this time. Jan is the owner of Greenbridge and she specializes in treating grief and loss due to death, divorce, fractured relationships medical issues, work changes and any kind of life transitions. She sees grief and loss from a spiritual perspective as an initiation to something bigger than what we were previously. Grief and loss will give way to joy if we stay committed to our quest. Jan is a caring, down to earth, optimistic and extremely compassionate clinician. She earned her Bachelor of Sociology at Boston College and her Masters of Social Work from Smith College. She is trained as a 200 hour Hatha Yoga Instructor and in DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), spirituality and health. Jan works with adults and takes Blue Cross, Cigna, and private pay. She will also bill your insurance company through your out of network benefits if you are allowed to see providers outside your insurance plan. Her hours are Monday through Friday, 7 am to 2 pm. The best way to reach Jan is via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call 978-219-4176.
Emily Gillotte, LMHC is the owner of Accountable Change, LLC and she graduated from Lesley University with both her bachelors in counseling psychology and her masters in clinical mental health with a trauma specialization. Emily is a client-centered therapist who works to create a space for clients to process whatever difficulties life has sent their way. She uses a diverse treatment method to support clients of all ages to accomplish the goals they have set for themselves. Emily has worked in community mental health centers, running structured outpatient addiction programs and providing individual therapy for clients who have experienced trauma, depression, anxiety and a wide range of other behavioral and emotional difficulties. For the past 7 years Emily has worked at Emerge, a domestic violence education and counseling agency, where she facilitates both batterer intervention groups and anger management sessions. Emily has experience working with young children and their families in dealing with developmental delays, attachment difficulties, and early-childhood related issues. Emily is confident that with the right tools, we will be able to move through whatever barriers are in our way to living a more fulfilling and genuine life. Emily is currently seeing clients ages 16 and up. She is accepting private pay, Tufts commercial (not public), Cigna, Aetna and Blue Cross. Emily can be reached at email@example.com and 978-866-8110.
Greenbridge Counseling & Wellness, LLC
Katie Corcoran, LMHC has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In 2012, she got her Master’s degree from Lesley University in Mental Health Counseling, with a specialization in Trauma Studies. Katie takes a solution focused, strength based approach with her clients and has a passion for helping people make sense of traumatic events, manage their mental health and strengthen their relationships. She has experience working with veterans, dual diagnosis, adoption and youth in the foster care system. Since 2012, Katie has been working for a local non-profit, counseling children and adolescents with a combination of individual, group and family therapy. As a family therapist, Katie’s work has also involved helping parents find balance while supporting and raising their children in an ever-changing and stressful world. In June 2016, Katie was a co-presenter at the Inaugural ARC conference held in conjunction with the 27th Annual Trauma Conference and spoke about her work helping adolescents regulate their emotions across settings. She sees clients on Monday and Thursday afternoon/evenings. Katie works with clients ages 10 years old and up. She currently takes private pay, Blue Cross, Cigna and Tufts. She can be reached at 978-254-0103 or Kcorcoran@greenbridgecw.com.
"Talking and connecting lead to positive change. When people feel respected and understood, wounds heal and relationships flourish."
David Harrison, LICSW earned his Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University where he studied Politics and Philosophy and he earned his Masters of Social Work from Boston University. In addition to work at McLean Hospital and the VA in Bedford, MA, Dave spent over a decade teaching and counseling in schools including extensive work with at-risk teens and their parents. Dave's experience, particularly with survivors of trauma, informs a calm, kind, collaborative approach to therapy. He brings expertise in inter-generational and relational issues to his work with clients suffering stubborn, "treatment resistant" depression and with client's experiencing symptoms associated with personality disorders. Dave works with individual adults and couples and adolescents 16 and up. He accepts private pay and all services are eligible for Out of Network reimbursement and FSA/HSA payment. You can reach him at 978-618-5288 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also learn more about him at harrisonlicsw.com.
Amanda Sullivan, PMHNP-BC is the owner of Willow Bend Psychiatric Care, PLLC and provides medication management as well as holistic lifestyle and therapeutic recommendations for clients. Amanda earned her Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Worcester State University, and graduated from Salem State University for her RN education followed by her Masters of Science in Nursing degree. For her post-Masters degree in Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner studies, Amanda attended Regis College, graduating in 2016. She's a doctoral candidate for her Doctor in Nursing Practice degree, with an anticipated graduation in May 2023 from Regis College.
Amanda has been working in mental health throughout her nursing career, and has experience as a PMHNP in both outpatient and inpatient settings caring for a wide range of conditions including depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, bipolar disorders, schizophrenia, and more. She believes in a person-centered and evidence-based practice approach to care, this requires you to take an active role in your treatment for the best outcomes. Amanda has a non-judgmental, warm, and relaxed approach that fosters a trusting and respectful relationship with clients.
Amanda is accepting new patients ages 18+ for medication management and has daytime and limited early evening availability. She accepts most insurances: Aetna, Cigna, Optum (including United Healthcare & Harvard Pilgrim), and Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance plans, as well as private pay and will supply you with a super bill for you to submit to your insurance should you have Out of Network benefits. For more information about Amanda and her services please go to her website: www.willowbendpsych.com. To request an appointment please see the “New Patient Information” page on the website, and then schedule your appointment here: https://willowbendpsych.intakeq.com/booking. Amanda can also be contacted at: at 978-488-9400 or or email@example.com.
Hazel Navarro, LICSW is the owner of Human Heart Connection. Are you so busy taking care of others that you have forgotten to take care of yourself? Do you feel like an actor going through the motions? Are your relationships beginning to fracture from the stress of trying to contain it all? Are you afraid to let others know that you are feeling so lost?
Know that there is help and hope. Learn to identify your needs and set healthy boundaries.
Learn to refuel your mind, body, and spirit.
Learn to navigate complicated expectations and relationships without losing yourself.
When you are ready to prioritize yourself, please call me at (978) 241-7314 or email Hazel@HazelNavarro.com
Hazel Navarro, LICSW earned her B.A. from the University of Notre Dame and her M.S.W. from Boston University. Individual and Relationships Counseling. Blue Cross pending and private pay. Ages 17+. Works evenings.
Specialty populations: parents of children with special needs, caregivers, health professionals, people of multicultural backgrounds, LGBTQ+ allied
Languages: English and Spanish
For more information about Hazel, please go to her website at humanheartconnection.com