Get to know our team!
Alyssa Jourdan, MSW
My passion is to work with adolescents and adults with eating disorders to both discover supportive skills and challenge internal and external judgements. I have also worked with individuals with disabilities, anxiety and depression. My goal for my clients is to support them in learning skills to advocate and address their unique needs.
Gabrielle Rodriguez , MA
I wholeheartedly believe you can achieve a life filled with inner peace and fulfillment and that individuals tend to pursue therapy when they have exhausted their ideas and internal resources to accomplish this. I am passionate about empowering you with the knowledge and tools to connect to your authentic self, develop more meaningful relationships, and gain confidence in navigating life’s inevitable challenges.
Like many of you, I know the difficulties and anxieties of even exploring the idea of seeing a therapist, let alone sitting in an office with one for the first time. Entering therapy and working to address, understand and heal your anxieties, emotions, and trauma is some of the hardest work you've ever needed to do.
Jackie Jarmoszko, LPC-A
I genuinely want to support you on your path of self-discovery and healing, and I believe that therapy can be a transformative tool in that journey. Together, we can navigate the depths of your emotions, uncover your inner strength, and work towards healing and growth. Most importantly, "I hope there are days where you fall in love with being alive, again." -Brooke Hampton
Margy Shah, LMSW
I believe in the potential for people to become their strongest, most authentic selves.
Stephanie Almeida, LCSW
It has been my privilege to work with diverse populations of people for the past 8 years. My experience has been working with children and their families to address behaviors of concern, emotions, substance use, crisis situations, and with adults working through experiences individually or as a group.
Alicia Albertson, LCSW
I am here to help support and guide you toward your goals and your path of recovery. I provide a warm, safe, and relaxed environment where you can explore the deepest parts of you.
Elyse Pedra, LPC-A
As a therapist, I best support people who are looking to heal from past traumas, strengthen their relationships, cultivate a stronger sense of self, and/or figure out why they find themselves in the same old patterns.
Marissa Wright, LCSW
Deciding to enter therapy is the first step towards making a desired change in your life. We all face difficulties and may need additional support during these times.
Sara Sabellico, LCSW
No matter the season of life you’re in, we will all experience moments of joy or distress. Wanting to have someone to talk to is a natural part of being human and a defining part of our collective experience. Maybe what you are experiencing requires someone who is unbiased and trained to help you on a deeper level.
Kristen Gayle, LPC,PhD
I believe therapy is an opportunity to grow and transform psychologically, emotionally, spiritually, and physically. I strive to provide a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment that is free of judgment.
Jenna Angello, LPC, NCC
Getting support on life’s journey can be an integral part of one’s healing and growth. Looking for help can sometimes seem challenging and overwhelming, but can also be one of the bravest things you do for yourself.
Jenece Hill, LCSW
My goal is to assist others on their journey towards healing and growth. I have provided treatment to a diverse population including adolescents, young adults, and adults. I am also well-versed in handling clinical crises.
Dr. Rachel Carlson, PsyD
I am passionate about helping you understand what is going on inside your brain so you don’t think you are broken. I believe you are the expert on your own life and we will work together to figure out what approach to therapy will meet your needs.
Melissa Corbo, LCSW
I believe there is no “one size fits all” approach to therapy. I will meet you where you are at in your life and we will work together towards healing and learning healthy ways of coping with stressors.
Kayla McDonald, LMSW
As a social worker with a clinical focus in eating disorders, adjustment disorders, prenatal/postpartum anxiety and depression, and other mood disorders, I am passionate about helping individuals achieve optimal health and well-being.
Hayley Labrecque, LPC
I believe that children and adolescents have the capability to face adverse challenges with resilience.
Cindy Lowell, LMSW
Life’s paths can be challenging and difficult at times. It can be hard to maneuver through these journeys alone. Therapy is a great way to navigate these obstacles
Christina Grandbois, LPC
I’m an art therapist committed to helping people learn how to build healthier relationships with themselves. My work focuses on creating a safe space for my clients to explore all parts and aspects of themselves.
Lisa Higgins, LPC
Life is a journey. Therapy is a way to receive support and guidance during the times you may need a non-judgmental and neutral person to listen.
Kristen Perkins, LPC
The Dalai Lama said it perfectly, “There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done, one is called yesterday and one is called tomorrow.”
Taylor Brosnihan, LPC
Hi, I’m Taylor. I believe that all people have the capacity to learn and grow into the best possible version of themselves.
Anne Riener, LMFT
Finding your inner strength and healing is an emotional journey, and I am willing to travel through it with you.
Lyssete Cordova, LMFT
As you go through life, you may be impacted by a personal struggle in an unexpected way, which leaves you feeling unsure of where to go next.
Samantha Murphy, LPC
I believe taking care of ourselves is of vital importance to live our lives as fully as possible. Therapy is a safe place to connect, share and recognize your needs as well as to gather new tools for coping, healing and growth.
Dr. Jeffrey Burda, PsyD
Like many in this profession, my own path of healing has compelled me to work with others. I am now grateful to be able to use my personal experiences and clinical training to help people who are suffering
Deborah Krevalin, LPC, LMHC
Helping couples reclaim friendship and intimacy while healing old wounds and repairing trust is extremely gratifying. Relationships aren’t easy.
Dr. Dori Gatter, PsyD, LPC
I am currently not taking new clients. Life is in constant motion, and it may be that the only thing that we can count on is change.