Dr. Corleigh Donati, Ed.D, LICSW
Dr. Corleigh Donati is a Licensed Independent Social Worker and has a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from the University of New England. She graduated with a BA degree in Psychology from Boston University and a Masters in Social Work from Simmons College. She opened Lemon Tree Counseling and Wellness over 9 years ago and has over 20 years of experience working with trauma survivors and adolescents. She also specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, grief/loss, and domestic violence. As part of her practice she utilizes art, writing, and a more holistic approach. She is passionate about providing clients with a safe and supportive therapy environment. She also teaches part-time at Endicott College and Lesley University.
Areas of Specialty: working with trauma survivors, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, and domestic violence, self injurious behaviors, substance abuse, LGBTQ, adolescents, parenting and family issues
Who I work with: Adolescence, adults, couples, individuals, and families.
Contact number: 978-317-8411
Rose Pietal, MSW, LICSW
Rose Pietal is a Licensed Independent Certified Social Worker. She graduated with a BA degree in Psychology from UMass Amherst and a Masters in Social Work from Salem State. Rose specializes in treating issues pertaining to anxiety, depression, stress management, relationship issues, parenting, coping skills and life transitions. Rose provides a safe, non-judgmental environment for her clients to comfortably engage in therapy.
Areas of Specialty: Anxiety, depression, parenting skills, LGBTQ population, life stressors, and couples counseling.
Who I work with: Adults 18 and older, individuals, and couples.
Contact number: 978-476-1441
Colleen Fradette, LMHC
Colleen is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). She received her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (now William James College). Colleen’s background is in working with court involved youth. She specializes in working with adolescents and their families but accepts adult clients as well. Colleen is an enthusiastic counselor who actively engages in collaboration with her clients. She uses a strengths-based approach to provide a supportive environment to empower clients to create the best and happiest versions of themselves.
Areas of Specialty: Anxiety, depression, relationship issues, life and work stressors, trauma, and challenging teen/young adult behaviors.
Who I work with: Adolescents, adults, individuals, families, and couples.
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendi Smith, LICSW
Wendi is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. She graduated with an MSW from Boston College and has been working with children, adolescents, adults, and families for over 10 years. Her passion is to help her clients feel capable and connected. Wendi specializes in treating anxiety and depression, issues with body image and perfectionism, and relational issues. Wendi has been trained in a range of modalities as no single approach is right for everyone. These include cognitive behavioral techniques, solution-focused therapy, and mindfulness approaches. Wendi values authenticity and collaboration. She strives to create a warm, safe environment for her clients.
Contact number: 978-479-1286
Lauren Bennett, LMHC
Psychotherapist, Certified Integrative Medicine for Mental Health
Lauren is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with training and experience in sport psychology, personal training, and integrative medicine for mental health. She earned her master's degree in Mental Health and Behavioral Medicine with a specialization in Sport Psychology from Boston University School of Medicine. Lauren is also a certified provider by the Mental Health Integrative Medicine Institute. Lauren has over ten years of experience working with adolescents and adults in individual and group settings. Additionally, she has provided sport psychology consultations and/or counseling to high school and collegiate sports teams as well as child and adult individual athletes. Her work has focused on attentional regulation, anxiety, depression, and peak performance. Using a strength-based approach and cognitive behavioral strategies Lauren strives to guide clients toward acknowledging and achieving their full potential of well being.
Areas of Specialty: Anxiety, depression, integrated medicine, and sport psychology.
Who I work with: Adolescents, adults, individuals, and movement therapy.
Contact number: 978-930-0616
Danielle Conti, M.Ed, LMHC, LADCI
Danielle is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor, and received her Master’s Degree in Education from Cambridge College. She currently works as a psychiatric emergency services clinician, and is a senior adjunct professor at Cambridge College. Dani has worked in an array of settings within the community, within a spectrum of mental health and substance use disorders, and with people of all ages throughout her career.
Dani is trained in person (client)-centered and strength-based approaches in counseling and works from a “wholeness” and wellness perspective with her clients. She utilizes an eclectic skill set including Person-centered therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, CBT, Positive Psychology, Motivational interviewing, Solution-Focused therapy, Mindfulness, and Existential therapy. Dani also incorporates health and nutritional aspects into her work for a “whole person” approach to healing. She is trauma-sensitive/informed, and is sensitive to culture and religious/spiritual aspects of her clients.
Dani works in the treatment and management of depression, anxiety, most psychiatric disorders, sobriety maintenance, couples issues, relationship issues, work issues, behavior changes re: wellness issues such as nutrition and exercise, and stress management and reduction. She works with individuals and groups; and with parents and couples recovering from and/or dealing with mental health and substance use disorders. Dani also provides consultations to individuals and families who are experiencing mental health, school and behavioral issues for the first time, and can provide information re: community and clinical resources, tx options, and how to navigate resources, including school-informed consultations.
Danielle’s philosophy includes “living your best life” and promoting the wellbeing of people to live healthy and well while nourishing spiritual and physical health.
Areas of Specialty: Life transitions, managing depression and anxiety, sobriety maintenance, relationship issues, wellness and stress management, couple’s therapy, and supporting parents and couples struggling with a loved one’s mental health or substance abuse.
Who I work with: Adults 18 and up, individuals and couples.
Contact number: 978-33-.3010
Dr. Jaclyn Mansfield, Psy.D., LEP, NCSP
Licensed Educational Psychologist
Dr. Jaclyn Mansfield is a Licensed Educational Psychologist and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. She graduated with a BA in Psychology from Saint Anselm College and a MA/CAGS in School Psychology from Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. She went on to receive her Doctoral degree in School Psychology from William James College. Additionally, she received extensive post-doctoral training in clinical neuropsychology at North Shore Medical Center in Salem, Massachusetts. Dr. Mansfield has over 10 years of valuable experience working with young children, adolescents, teens, and young adults in a variety of different settings including schools, hospitals, mental health clinics, and private practice. She specializes in conducting neuropsychological assessments that are both comprehensive and user-friendly.
Dr. Mansfield’s unique and comprehensive training and experiences allow her to understand the individual as a whole and not just focus solely on the testing data. Dr. Mansfield likes to develop relationships with families and follow individuals as they grow, monitoring development and adjusting recommendations based on the one’s ever changing needs.
Contact number: 978-778-0703
Contact e-mail: email@example.com
Dr. Kate McGravey, Psy.D.
Dr. McGravey has her doctorate in psychology and has experience working in schools, clinics, and hospital settings. She graduated with her MA/CAGS degree from William James College in 2010 and her doctorate in 2014. Post-doctoral training was conducted in public school systems as well as at North Shore Medical Center in Salem, Massachusetts, where she currently conducts neuropsychological evaluations.
Dr. McGravey specializes in working with children, adolescents, and young adults with a variety of learning, mental health, and social difficulties and prides herself on making strong connections with children of all ages. She is also passionate about advocating for LGBTQ youth and completed her dissertation in the area of improving school mental health services for this population. Dr. McGravey’s unique training in both schools and outpatient settings have allowed her to provide timely access to comprehensive evaluations that help children access services at school while also providing resources and recommendations for families.
Contact Number: 978-778-0703
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa LaCava, M.ED, MSW, LICSW
Lisa a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, is a graduate of Simmons College School of Social Work and Harvard University Graduate School of Education, where she studied human development and psychology. She has more than 10 years of clinical experience in healthcare and school settings working with individuals across the lifespan. She provides both short-term collaborative problem-solving and solution-focused therapy, as well as longer-term psychotherapy and has worked successfully with children, adolescents, and adults managing stress, life transitions, anxiety, depression, loss and grief, relational issues, identity and self-development, body image and disordered eating, and the impact of traumatic life experiences. Lisa utilizes an integrated, holistic, and person-centered approach to therapy, drawing from cognitive-behavioral and narrative approaches. Through the creation of a safe and supportive environment that builds on clients' strengths and resilience, she collaborates with clients in the ways that most effectively support them in processing life experiences, setting the course for their lives, achieving short and long-term goals, and living actively toward their preferred ways of being.
Contact number: 978-793-5659
Jessica Lynn Spater, LICSW
Jessica Lynn Spater is a Licensed Independent Social Worker. She received her BA in Psychology and her Masters in Social Work from University at Albany. She has over 15 years of experience working with youth, adolescents, and families in multiple settings including schools, residential programs, homes, and outpatient clinics. It is her goal to create a supportive, comfortable, safe environment to allow you to explore your goals and to develop skills to improve your overall well-being and confidence.
She is passionate about working with children and adolescents, understanding that there are complex stressors and factors that impact healthy development. She believes that there is no one type of therapy for all individuals as everyone is unique in their learning style and approach to life. She utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, dialectical behavioral therapy, play therapy, mindfulness. ARC (attachment, regulation and competency) and a trauma informed care approach in her practice.
Areas of Specialty: Anxiety, depression, parenting skills, trauma, and families counseling.
Who I work with: Children, adolescents, adults, individuals, families, and families.
Contact number: 781-696-9160
Audrey Everson, LMHC
Audrey is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). She received her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Springfield College (MA) in 1998 and has over 20 years of experience working with trauma, substance abuse, LGBTQ, adolescents, parenting and family issues. Audrey prefers to use mind-body techniques such as EMDR and EFT, to ensure more efficient and lasting change. She also uses other treatment methods, such as DBT and CBT. Audrey believes that the therapeutic relationship is essential in motivating a client in their challenging process of change, and enhances it by using a non-judgmental and strength based approach.
Areas of Specialty: Trauma, substance abuse, LGBTQ, adolescents, parenting CBT, DBT, eye movement reprocessing and desensitization (EMDR), and family issues.
Who I work with: Adults and adolescents for individual therapy.
Contact number: 413-552-8370
Suzie Kuhl, MSW, LICSW
Suzie Kulh is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. The purpose of her practice is to assist you and your family in fostering the growth and change you are seeking. She has a collaborative and warm approach to counseling. She is interested in and specializes in working with the following issues: changing relationships with drugs and alcohol, managing family, personal and career transitions, improving parenting skills, exploring ways to resolve trauma, creating a personal narrative that will decrease suffering. Interventions employed in sessions are: teaching new skills, reinforcing existing strengths, providing supportive feedback, and when appropriate art therapy.
Areas of Specialty: Managing families, personal and career transitions, changing relationships, caring for aging parents, couples counseling, grief, and trauma.
Who I work with: Adults 18, individuals and couples.
Contact number: 978-810-6515
Kelly Andrews-Duffy, MA
Kelly received a MA in Mental Health Counseling from Boston College and holds a BS in Psychology from the University of Vermont. She has completed all prerequisites for licensure in counseling and anticipates issuance in February 2019. Kelly is passionate about supporting her clients to remove obstacles and create a well-balanced life. Her background is in community mental health helping clients navigate issues related to trauma, depression, anxiety, LGBT, and substance abuse/dependence. She is trained in a range of modalities including psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing. Kelly’s counseling orientation is also informed by her 15+ year yoga practice. In 2018, she completed a 100-hr certificate program in Yoga for Health and Healing that allows her to incorporate yoga and mindfulness into traditional psychotherapy, as she believes in treating the whole person and attending to both the mind and body. Kelly believes in meeting her clients where they are and collaborating to find effective solutions to identified problems.
Areas of Specialty: anxiety, panic disorders, depression, mood disorders, substance abuse, trauma, LGBTQ, mindfulness and yoga based interventions and eating disorders.
Who do I work with: Adolescence, adults for individual therapy.
Phone number: 978-219-9380
Kristle Deforge Ullman, LMHC, MT-BC
Kristle Deforge Ullman is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical & Counseling Psychology from Keene State College and a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and Music Therapy from Lesley University. She has 14 years of experience in the mental health field, most recently serving as the Assistant Clinical Director at a residential treatment center for eating disorders. She also has expertise in treating depression & other mood disorders, anxiety, body image issues, identity & self esteem issues, domestic violence, and life transitions.
Kristle truly believes every person deserves to find the happiest and best version of themselves. She approaches therapy with a humanistic style, offering a non-judgmental environment where clients can grow and heal. Kristle has a genuine interest in understanding a client’s personal values and goals, and encourages them to approach therapy with curiosity and vulnerability. She is passionate about clients feeling better about themselves, improving their relationships, and their overall outlook on life.
Accepting new clients starting 3/1/19.
Phone number: 978-594-6420
Meghan van Vliet, MSW, LICSW
Meghan van Vliet is a Licensed Independent Social Worker. She earned her Masters in Social Work in 1998 from the University of New Hampshire. Over her career, Meghan has worked with children, adolescents, teens, and adults in a variety of settings including outpatient, client’s homes and schools. Her main focus at this time is adults, however will see adolescents and teens as well.
Meghan specializes in helping clients manage anxiety, stress, parenting, depression, trauma and PTSD. Her therapy involves a variety of modalities including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness as well as Eye Movement, Desensitization and Reprocessing, (EMDR), a highly effective trauma therapy that provides relief of affective distress, reformulation of negative beliefs and reduction of physiological arousal.
Meghan provides a safe, warm and supportive environment for her clients in which they can feel comfortable engaging in the process of therapy.
Areas of Specialty: Anxiety, stress, parenting, depression, trauma and PTSD, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, mindfulness and Eye Movement, Desensitization and Reprocessing, (EMDR).
Who I work with: Adolescents and adults 18 and older for individual therapy
Meghan is taking new clients starting 3/15/19
Phone number: 978-705-1556