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Meet The Team
 

The Therapy Space has a diverse team of therapists, each with their own specialties, who are experts at creating safe spaces and guiding you through your healing journey. 

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Founder: Adrienne Neirinckx, LICSW

(She/Her)

Specialties: Anxiety, Career Stress, Coping Skills, Parenting, Peer Relationships, Relationship Issues, Depression, Postpartum, Life Transitions

I am a licensed independent clinical social worker. Prior to starting The Therapy Space, I was the director of an outpatient therapy clinic that serviced over 300 diverse clients as well as in my own private practice. Now, as the founder of The Therapy Space, I utilize my clinical expertise and work experience to help individuals achieve their goals. My credentials include an Associates Degree in Chemical Dependency and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Keene State College as well as a Master in Social Work from Simmons College in Boston. I have served as a Board Director for a large psychiatric hospital, as well as Executive Director of an Outpatient Counseling Program, a patient advocate and human rights officer, a program manager for adults with developmental disabilities, a program manager for a school based program, and an applied behavioral analysis counselor. My passion is to guide individuals to achieve overall emotional well-being. My clients tend to feel relief quickly, as I focus on providing you with evidence-based tools. I will help you to gain insight into your thoughts, behaviors, and relationships. I use a variety of theoretical frameworks, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution-focused therapy, and psycho education. My approach to everything that I do is to be as real as I can be. Whether I’m working with an individual in a therapy session, with friends and family, or working with a multidisciplinary team of coworkers I’ve never been someone who is good at faking it. What you see is what you get. I hold myself to the same standards to which I hold my clients—authenticity and honesty are essential. I provide my clients with an accurate reflection of what I see and a professional assessment of how they might do things differently. I will challenge you to think critically about the choices you make and the impact those choices are having on your life. Call or message me today to get started.

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Brian Pitts, LICSW

(He/His)

Specialties: Depression, Anxiety, Life Transitions, Men's Issues, Mood Disorders, Relationship Issues, Young Professionals, College Students

I am a licensed independent social worker with over thirty years of experience. I have worked in a variety of settings including outpatient mental health, in and outpatient hospital programs, and long term care facilities. I have also run residential programs for the developmentally disabled. I have had a special interest in working with adult struggling with depression, anxiety, life transitions, communication issues, etc. I would describe my therapy style as eclectic, pulling from a variety of modalities. Some individuals approach therapy for short term help with an emergent problem. Other people may need the time to tell their story and determine whether they are looking to make any changes. I am comfortable with helping you with either path you need. I believe that insight along with action can help to make lasting positive change. Therapy is about helping you to help yourself.

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Maddy Morrin, LMHC

(She/Her)

Specialties: Couples' Therapy, LGBTQIA+, Family Therapy, Adolescents, Life Transitions, Trauma, IFS, Anxiety, Depression, Holistic Approach, Spirituality

I'd like to help you uncover the best version of yourself. I work to develop a safe and trusting relationship and then draw on strengths you already have to help you grow into your best self- for your partner, your children, your loved ones, and most importantly for you. We will work together to identify emotions, break destructive patterns, and refine communication. I'm honored to see couples through rough patches and families through transition. I also specialize in adolescents. Theoretical frameworks: IFS, DBT, gentle reprocessing, holistic, yoga therapy.

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Amanda Murrary, LMHC

(She/Her)

Specialties: Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Pregnancy, Infertility, Postpartum, Women's Mental Health, Adjustment Issues, Trauma

I believe that therapy is a collaborative process and hope to provide care in a setting that feels safe, supportive, and non-judgmental as you explore your story, emotions, and behaviors. I hope to meet you where you are and build a therapeutic alliance based in mutual trust and respect in order to help you feel confident and empowered in your journey toward healing, growth and change. I work individually with adolescents and adults and I utilize an eclectic approach, drawing from evidence-based practices including CBT, DBT, mindfulness and relational approaches. Some of my clinical interests include mood and anxiety disorders, adjustment, trauma and women’s mental health. I received my bachelors from the University of California, San Diego in human development and my masters from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA. Over the years I have worked in a community based outpatient clinic and in an integrative care program providing outpatient care to pregnant and postpartum women with substance use disorders.

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Carmen Foti, LICSW

(She/Her)

Specialties: BIPOC, Chronic Illness, Grief, Complex Trauma, Adoption, Systemic Issues, Racial Identity, Intergenerational Trauma

Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, or grief due to a loss, a chronic illness, a life transition, or a traumatic experience? Are you someone who finds it difficult to be as supportive toward yourself as you are toward others? Are you wanting to reduce unpleasant or self-critical thoughts and practice more self-compassion and mindfulness? There is a quote - “Knowing oneself comes from attending with compassionate curiosity to what is happening within." (Gabor Mate). I strive to create a space in which I hold this for you and support you to hold this for yourself. Through a collaborative process, we can help you identify stuck points, strengths, and move toward healing and self-growth. I am a licensed independent clinical social worker providing individual therapy to adults. My background includes several years of experience in outpatient mental health and hospital and hospice settings. My areas of specialty include anxiety, depression, complex trauma, chronic illness and disability, loss and grief, and adoption. As someone who is Latina and Indigenous I am passionate about supporting BIPOC individuals regarding systemic issues, racial identity, and inter-generational trauma. My therapy style includes a variety of approaches tailored to individual needs and goals. Some of the practices I draw from include Compassion Focused, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), and Internal Family Systems (IFS). I strive to create a space that is affirming of all gender identities, cultural identities, and neurodivergence. You are already taking a huge first step to recognize you need additional support and to ask for it. I look forward to supporting your growth and progress.

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Nora Milton, LICSW

Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Pregnancy, Postpartum, Military Service, Stress, Life Transitions, Coping Skills

I believe that attending to your emotional needs and your overall well-being are highly important when working toward and sustaining a rich and fulfilling life. I find that each person I work with has a unique set of strengths and meaningful values held within them that can be uncovered or built upon in an open, supportive environment. I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker providing mental health treatment to adults for the past 9 years in a variety of treatment settings including inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient clinics. My areas of specialty include treating anxiety, depression, struggles with pregnancy and postpartum, overwhelming stress, difficulty navigating life transitions, challenges post military service, and unhelpful responses to trauma. Building a genuine therapeutic relationship is one of the key pieces to successful treatment, so I strive to create a non-judgmental environment built on trust and accountability with each of my clients. The treatment approaches I most often use include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills Training (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT). Though I pull from several therapeutic models, I have been formally trained and certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. When it feels like a challenge to get through each day carrying all the weight of your past experiences, guilt, shame, worries, etc- I am here to help. My approach to therapy is compassionate, empathetic, warm, mixed in with some humor to help each client feel better able to process their experiences resulting in overall healing and growth.

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Dillon Lutes, LMHC

(He/They)

Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, LGBTQIA+, PTSD, Trauma, Identity Exploration, Self-Esteem, Sexuality, Life Transitions

Whether you are facing in-the-moment or long term concerns, therapy provides unique and professional third-party perspectives. I believe difficult times, if processed in a healthy way, can lead to greater resilience and tranquility. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and PTSD. As a queer therapist, I am also an impassioned supporter of assisting LGBTQIA+ clients regarding the internal and societal difficulties they may face. I obtained my Masters in Counseling Psychology from Boston College and have practiced in a variety of settings such as a college wellness center, Mass General Brigham, and private practice. In session, I draw from an eclectic blend of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Humanistic Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Feminist Therapy. My goal is to get you feeling better as quickly as possible, then to work collaboratively in understanding why the difficulties arose in the first place. I strive to make every session feel like a simple and warm conversation. I look forward to working with you!

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Megan Dellarocco, LICSW

(She/Her)

Specialties: Adoption, Anxiety, BIPOC Related Stressors, Identity Exploration, Young Adults, and Life Transitions

I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who provides individual counseling for adults (18+). I have experience providing counseling services in various settings including: school, home, office and Telehealth. I utilize a variety of approaches to fit your individualized needs including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Solution Focused Therapy, Psychoeducation and a Trauma-Informed Approach. I have a unique perspective as an intercountry, transracial adoptee (from infancy) who is currently in reunion with biological family. My experience guided me to a place where you can expect to feel validated in a safe, non-judgmental, collaborative space to work towards your identified goals. I would be honored to be a part of your journey.

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Orianna Natsis, LMHC

(She/Her)

Specialties: Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Substance Abuse, LGBTQIA+ issues, Self-esteem, and Life Transitions

As a therapist, I believe in treating the whole person, recognizing that mental, emotional, and physical well-being are interconnected. Together, we'll explore your unique strengths and challenges, uncovering new insights and strategies for growth. My goal is to empower you to cultivate a fulfilling and balanced life that aligns with your values and aspirations. I believe that building a trusting and collaborative relationship with my clients is vital. I strive to create a warm and non-judgmental environment where you feel heard, understood, and supported. Your journey is unique, and I'm here to provide guidance, problem solving, and encouragement every step of the way! I earned my Masters of Education in Mental Health Counseling from Boston University where I gained a deep appreciation for viewing each client as their own individual, valuing their distinct experiences, perspectives, and needs, rather than taking a one-size-fits all approach. I specialize in treating adults with depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, LGBTQIA+ issues, self-esteem, and life transitions. My approach integrates evidence-based techniques, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, Narrative Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy. Whether you're facing specific challenges or simply seeking personal growth, I'm here to walk alongside you every step of the way. If you're ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery, or even if you are still considering if you are ready, I invite you to reach out. Together, we can work towards creating positive change!

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Lacy Pomales, Administrative Assistant

(She/Her)

Specialties: Intake Coordination, Billing and Claims, Electronic Medical Record Administration and Support
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When you reach out to us, the first person you’ll likely talk to is me. I am very passionate about helping people from different walks of life get set up with the care they need and deserve. I’m always happy to help answer questions about insurance, billing, and services, and assist getting you on the way to your first appointment with one of our amazing therapists. You may get emails and phone calls from me, assisting with insurance and billing. My professional work experience has largely been in the realm of helping therapists focus on what they do best, while I manage keeping the front of the house in order. When I’m not in the office, you can usually find me at home with my husband and our 5 year old son, and our many pets! I look forward to speaking with you!

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Diane Donovan, LICSW

(She/Her)

Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, LGBTQIA+, PTSD, Trauma, Grief, Loss, Parenting, Self Esteem, Women's Health

I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and provide individual and family therapy with clients in a collaborative way. I see clients from pre-teen through adulthood. I have a particular interest in working with older adolescents/young adults. I use a variety of modalities to highlight the clients' strengths that include, but are not limited to CBT, mindfulness-based interventions, Motivational Interviewing Solution Focused therapy and DBT skills training. I truly believe you are your own expert and I am here as a compassionate witness to your journey. I use humor and a warm approach to help clients feel at ease. I received my Masters of Social Work from Bridgewater State University in 2013. Prior to transitioning to the outpatient setting, I worked for over a decade with transitional age youth in residential setting navigating trauma, life transitions, social stressors and boundary setting. Some areas of specialty are: Anxiety, Depression, LGBTQIA+, PTSD/Trauma, Grief/Loss, Parenting, Self Esteem, Life Transtions, and Women's Health.

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Georgia Callahan, LICSW

(She/Her)

Specialties: Young Adults, College Students, Anxiety, Depression, Interpersonal Skills, Coping Strategies, Life Transitions, Self Esteem

I provide a supportive, safe and collaborative working environment with each client. In this space, we will work to understand how past events may affect your current perceptions, and how present experiences shape your thoughts, feelings and behavior. I utilize frameworks including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Solution Focused Therapy to draw upon resources, strengths, and skills that you already possess. I work to meet people where they are at with compassion, warmth, and curiosity. I am an active listener who challenges unhelpful self narratives to make way for productive ones. I am flexible in my therapeutic approach, keeping in mind your goals and tailoring my interventions to meet your needs. I received my BA in Sociology from the College of Wooster and my MSW from Boston College. Upon graduating, I built upon my clinical skills by working with adults and young adults to improve varying degrees of anxiety, depression, and mood presentations. I have helped clients enhance their self-esteem, communication, boundary-making, interpersonal skills and build upon their coping strategies. I enjoy working with people from a variety of different backgrounds and focus on providing socially and culturally competent care. I want to work with you to feel better and believe that the real work comes from first cultivating a safe and validating environment.

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Jes Means, LMHC

(They/ Them)

Specialties: LGBTQIA+, Physical Disabilities, Chronic Pain, Trauma, Grief, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, ADHD, Identity Exploration

If you’re trapped in a spiral of anxiety or depression, here is a hand reaching out to slow your momentum and create space for peace. Are you having trouble finding a way to break the cycle of stress? Let me help you find a way to regain control. My practice is based on mutual respect. I use a collaborative approach to therapy. Trust and respect are essential for growth. I believe that you are the expert of your life, and that you hold the potential for forward motion within yourself. I specialize in disability, chronic pain, trauma, grief, and LGBTQAI+ issues. I have years of expertise in CBT, DBT, Gestalt, Existential, Narrative, and Adlerian models of therapy. I practice bodywork and expressive therapy. I believe that focusing on the connection between the mind and body can help us understand the way we interact with the world. Through knowledge, we gain clarity, and through clarity we gain control over our own behaviors.

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Janice Nowicki, LMHC

(She/Her)

Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Career, Family, Substance Abuse, Chronic Illness, Fatigue, Pain, Weight Loss, Grief, Aging

I am a licensed mental health counselor and have been working with individuals and families for over 30 years in a variety of settings. I provide a safe and trusting environment to assist clients to develop problem solving skills and navigate life. I listen to understand and am dedicated to helping individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, self -esteem, career, school, family, substance abuse, low mood, chronic illness, fatigue, pain, weight loss, grief, loss, and aging. I earned my Bachelors of social work from Salem State University and my Masters and certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies from Assumption University in Rehabilitation Counseling. I also have certificates in Behavioral Health and Human Resource Management. I have taught at Clark University for over 20 years and have worked in a variety of settings. I specialize in working with adults and my treatment modalities include CBT, mindfulness, solution focused, narrative, holistic, expressive, and strength based. If you are motivated to improve your life and willing to do the work needed, I would love to work with you!

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Wendy Colby, LMHC

(She/Her)

Specialties: Alcohol, Drug Addiction, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, Teen/Young Adult, Mood Disorder

I am a Licensed Mental Health counselor and have experience conducting individual and family therapy in various settings: in-office, in the home, and online with clients presenting with a broad range and severity of clinical issues. I have had the most experience working with those struggling with alcohol and drug addiction, Autism Spectrum Disorder, anxiety, depression, teen/young adult concerns and various mood disorders. I use a client centered approach to help clients reach their own goals and gain better insight in their emotions. I also utilize CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and MI (motivational interviewing) as well. I have learned that people want someone to really hear them and respond with authenticity and compassion. Therapy can be a challenging journey, and it is my goal to help you through the process every step of the way. Progress is not always as swift as we would like it to be. So much of life is out of our control, but what we can learn to regulate is our response to those unexpected challenges. When someone is brave, willing, and ready for change the world can be a better place. It is a privilege to help you along the way.

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Cassidy Bingham, LMHC

(They/Them)

Specialties: Adults, LGBTQIA+, Anxiety, Depression, Sexuality, Identity Exploration, Trauma, Polyamorous Clients, PTSD

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who is interested in forming authentic connections with my clients. My goal is to hold space for your feelings and experiences, while offering therapeutic frameworks to help you deepen your self-knowledge and self-compassion. I want to help you learn new coping skills and strategies to more effectively manage your anxiety, depression, unhelpful thinking patterns, relationships, identity exploration, and trauma symptoms. I offer individual mental health counseling to adults. I value the mind-body connection and can use a body-oriented approach to help you understand how mental health symptoms manifest in the body, how trauma shows up in a dysregulated nervous system, and how we can cultivate relationships with our bodies to reconnect with the present moment through mindfulness, imagination, and play. I specialize in Expressive Arts Therapy, with an emphasis on dance and movement, and value creativity and spontaneity as part of mental health treatment. I also utilize skills from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). I am a lesbian who is passionate about serving LGBTQIA+ clients. I come from a sex-positive, trauma-informed, and pleasure-focused perspective. I can offer knowledgeable and affirming relationship and identity support to queer, kinky, and polyamorous clients. I invite you to join me in your journey of self-exploration and growth.

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Emily Kelleher, LMFT

(She/Her)

Specialties: Depression, Substance Abuse, Anxiety, OCD, Hoarding, Life Transitions, Military and Post-Deployment, Couples and Relationships.

I am a firm believer that therapy should feel practical, and serve as an authentic, supportive space where individuals can be met without judgement. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with experience working in a variety of treatment settings, including inpatient, partial hospitalization programs, and individual outpatient. I received my Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University in Los Angeles, but have primarily worked in the state of Massachusetts for the last 9 years. I enjoy collaborating with clients to support them as a validating and driving force toward meeting their goals. My therapy style pulls from a variety of treatment modalities, as I have extensive training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for OCD and Hoarding issues. Additionally, I am trained in Gottman Level I and II Couples Therapy.

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Courtney Easler, LMHC

(She/Her)

Specialties: Depression, Anxiety, Chronic Medical Issues, Postpartum

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I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who received my Master’s Degree from Lesley University. I provide individual therapy to adults (18+) using my experience from working with clients from all walks of life in inpatient, partial hospital programs, and outpatient individual therapy. Are you someone who is looking for help coping with anxiety, depression, or postpartum? Are you having trouble adjusting to a transition in life such as a new job or baby? Or even just feeling stuck? Life can be so difficult, and I'm here to help you manage these struggles without feeling alone. Together, we can look at your thoughts and beliefs and fine-tune them in hopes of living a positive, fulfilling life. I specialize in working with individuals who experience depression, anxiety, chronic medical issues, postpartum, and other mental health concerns. I use a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) and expressive arts therapy. Together we can work towards gaining happiness and satisfaction in your life. The feelings and thoughts you are having now aren’t forever, and I would love the opportunity to work together to get you feeling like yourself again.

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Priyanka Deb, LMHC

(She/Her)

Specialties: Multi-Cultural Issues, Anxiety, Depression, Mood Disorders, Dual Diagnosis Substance Abuse, Life Transitions

I am a licensed mental health counselor with experience working in outpatient community mental health, providing individual and group counseling. Throughout treatment I use a strength-based approach to accomplish goals effectively that combine elements of cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered approaches, psycho education, and motivational interviewing skills. I feel that therapy may provide a safe environment as a learning experience for both the client and clinician to collaboratively develop helpful tools to fulfill long-term and short-term goals and allow for growth.

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