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 We are currently accepting appointments with specific providers.  Please click on the provider picture for more information or submit an appointment request to connect with a therapist.


Maria Sweeney, LPCA

Maria is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate. Maria enjoys working with clients of all ages but specializes in working with teens and young adults. She has extensive experience working in the telehealth setting and is currently seeing clients through telehealth only. She is interested in helping clients find freedom and relief in their everyday life.


Her experience includes the application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, as well as other treatment modalities. Maria works with adolescents, adults and families with depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, mood disorders, ADHD, substance misuse as well as school and career stressors. 


Maria believes each client has a unique story. She works to match each client with a treatment plan that is specifically designed for each individual case. 


Selena Hammie, LPCA

Selena understands and values the importance of providing clients with a safe space to express and process life's events and accompanying emotions. She uses a warm and friendly approach to help them to identify their strengths while empowering them as they work toward their goals. Recognizing that it can be challenging to open up to someone, Selena believes in building a strong therapeutic alliance and allowing clients to work at their own pace so that they can best balance life's changes and challenges. She has a diversified skill set that includes working with clients with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, substance use, mood disorders, schizophrenia, ADHD, those identifying as LGBTQIA+, as well as individuals struggling with socioeconomic stressors such as unemployment, homelessness, and financial insecurity.  Selena works to provide client's with a sense of hope and self-confidence as they bring the skills that they develop in therapy to support them in their daily lives. 


Jessica Hamilton, LCSW
I am a licensed therapist and clinical social worker with 15 years experience.
My approach in therapy is strength based, solution focused, insight oriented, collaborative in nature, and supportive.
I have extensive experience working with individuals with substance use issues, anxiety and depression.
I work particularly well with young adults.
Currently accepting new clients. 

Carolyn Robinson, MSW

As we navigate through life, there is beauty. At times, the beauty can be unseen due to the obstacles and challenges that rise. I want to help you get to the root of those feelings, obstacles, challenges, stressors, uncertainty, conflictual relationships, doubts, and life transitions by providing you with a safe space, as we explore healing, confidence and empowerment. 

I believe that each person’s story is different, and their journey to wellness has an individualized path. The therapeutic relationship is major in having a successful treatment experience and it is a collaborative process to ensure that you are being seen, feeling validated and heard. 

My approach is person- centered and solution- focused while providing compassion and emotional support as we explore different stressors, traumatic experiences, and generational trends. My goal is to help you learn healthy coping skills to navigate through life as we work towards positive change, and you bloom into the best version of yourself. 

I have had the privilege to work in the mental health and behavioral health field amongst different age groups, cultural backgrounds and familial status assisting individual sessions, group sessions, and family sessions. 

I look forward to being on this journey with you ! 

​Currently accepting new clients for telehealth.


Amanda Martelle, Counselor

In my experience working with adolescents & young adults, I have worked with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety disorders, suicide risk/self harm, mood disorders, trauma/PTSD, bipolar disorders, impulsivity, & co-occurring disorders. By implementing the skills of DBT, CBT, crisis intervention/de-escalation, art & animal therapy, mindfulness, self-esteem based interventions & communication skills, I specifically inform & provide clients with coping skills such as radical acceptance, wise mind/mindfulness, opposite action, walking the middle path, mechanisms for distracting, validation, & communication.

My goal is for a client to establish both past and present interpersonal issues, which will allow me to provide a safe space for clients to explore & dissect the root of their struggles. If the client is interested, my two-year-old golden retriever, acting as an emotional support dog, can be implemented into the counseling sessions.

I believe in providing clients with a safe space where they feel comfortable disclosing the truth behind what they are feeling, thinking and going through. I act both as a counselor and a soundboard to help guide clients in their journey to understanding their mental health struggles along with being able to accept, cope, and further improve their lives.


203-794-6992  ext 514

For specfic plans/pricing, please complete an appointment request. We will provide you we a benefits statement directly from your carrier.

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Alessia Gagnon, LPC

Alessia is a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Alessia has experience working in-home with families in crisis in addition to working with children, adolescents, and adults in an outpatient environment conducting individual and family therapy.

Alessia believes in a client-centered approach fostering a safe, empathetic approach to meet clients where they are. Alessia strives to help client’s reframe and shift negative mindsets that disrupts overall functioning by identifying patterns, and choices that no longer serve them.

Alessia encompasses a wide range of therapeutic techniques including Cognitive behavioral therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Strength-based theory, Narrative Therapy, Systems theory, and Motivational Interviewing techniques to help clients achieve goals and implement positive changes.


Grace Olivier, LPCA

Grace is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate specializing in anxiety, depression, life transitions, trauma, grief, relationship issues, boundary setting, and stress management. She has experience working with a variety of ages providing individual, group, career counseling, and play therapy sessions in community and clinical settings. 


Grace invites & encourages clients to be their most authentic self while working collaboratively to develop an individually-centered treatment plan. Utilizing techniques rooted in CBT, DBT, motivational interviewing, narrative and feminist therapies the client will find themself more in-tune with their sense of self while growing to balance life’s difficulties. Knowing that it can be burdensome to seek out help, Grace prides herself in offering a non-judgemental atmosphere yet maintains a strength for challenging clients to recognize, evaluate, and improve issues impacting their lives.

Accepting new clients for telehealth and office hours

Richard Levy, LPCA

Therapy can be a difficult journey, but I can promise you that I will be of great support. Challenging cognitions to holding individuals accountable, can be necessary in order to create change. I would like to 

aid you in uncovering the answers to the problems, and the changes you’re searching for. All, while enjoying the journey of growth. I hope you are ready to rid yourself of anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, and abuse. To discover and redefine the meaning of life and what’s worth living for. I have helped individuals work through 

low self-esteem, strained relationships with others (I.e., family, friends, and romantic relationships), trauma, and improving social relationships. My therapeutic approach is person centered with a concentration in DBT and CBT. Over the course of 3 years, I’ve worked closely with Individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Gaining knowledge in behavior management techniques. Please allow me the opportunity of getting to know you. My name is Richard Levy, and I am happy to meet you!

Rebecca McCall, LPCA

As a therapist in Clinical and Addiction Counseling, I specialize in treating co-occurring disorders, depressive, and anxiety disorders. My therapeutic approach is to help individuals, couples, and families find clarity and strengthen healthy practices of coping by finding purpose, acceptance, and resolutions in their lives. This is achieved by CBT and DBT. 


Deciding to begin therapy can feel very intimidating. However, I offer a safe, non judgmental environment and approach. We will work together to achieve your best self. With using a person centered approach, we utilize your strengths to achieve your goals. 


Nicole Noack, LCSW

Nicole is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Yoga Instructor. Nicole provides individual therapy to adult clients, using a variety of treatment modalities, including private yoga classes to individuals to enhance mind-body connection, release stress and manage anxiety and depression. 


Nicole specializes in crisis management, DBT skills coaching, and co-occurring disorders. Nicole's focus includes anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma-informed, complex-PTSD, personality, attachments, emotional regulation and interpersonal effectiveness. She is professionally certified in: SMART Recovery for Treatment Professionals; DBT Foundational Training; Bringing Trauma-Informed Yoga into Mental Health Clinical Practice; Eating Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment; DBT: Treating the Eating Disordered Client with Multiple Problems; MI Intensive; CBT Intensive; 500 HR RYT, etc.


Melissa Tiefer, LPCA

Nobody should be expected to navigate life alone. Having an objective non judgemental person to talk to is essential. Life can be difficult with many frightening transitions. I specialize in healing children, adolescents, and adults with complex trauma and PTSD. I am certified in Emotional Freedom Technique which takes the sting out of painful traumatic experiences. Once completed, clients are able to narrate their experiences without the painful emotions once attached to those experiences. I have extensive experience using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to heal depression and anxiety. I help clients identify their automatic negative self-talk and separate the facts of these thoughts from the fiction of how we speak to ourselves. Using CBT helps clients realize that there is a kinder, more realistic way to think about themselves. This promotes positive self-thoughts and behaviors which naturally lifts depression and anxiety, promoting self worth and confidence. I also specialize in couples counseling. I utilize Emotionally Focused Therapy which is based on Attachment Theory which is the most studied and proven theory of human bonding behavior. Once clients understand how to securely attach with one another, there is a 75 percent success rate of having a healthy productive relationship.

Mary Kate Lepard, LPC

Mary Kate is a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Mary Kate specializes in anxiety, depression, communication/social skills, academic related issues, parenting skills, life transitions and adjustments. Mary Kate has experience working with children, adolescents, families and adults in various settings such as 1:1 outpatient therapy, intensive outpatient groups, and family sessions. Mary Kate also has experience working with children and adolescents with and without IEP’s in a school based programs. 


Mary Kate’s style is engaging, warm, and relaxed. Mary Kate’s therapeutic approach is to allow a space for her clients to feel respected, heard, and understood. Mary Kate is passionate about engaging with her clients, exploring their personalized goals, and helping them reach their unlocked potential. Mary Kate utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and elements of DBT, drama therapy, and play therapy into her approach with her clients.


 Christina McDonough, LPC, LADC

"Where there is breath, there is hope." Sometimes it is really difficult to navigate through some of the turmoil that life throws at us. I am determined to assist you in finding the motivation and desire to increase your quality of life. The ideal client would be ready to explore and commit to change in collaboration with a qualified therapist.

Specializing in alcohol and substance use I offer office, tele-therapy, and in-home therapy appointments to meet the clients where they are and offer the most flexibility. I also work with clients that struggle with issues beyond addiction including trauma, depression, co-dependency, anxiety, unresolved grief-loss, relationship issues, marriage & couples, communication, boundary setting & behavioral change, self-esteem issues, family dynamics, personality, trauma, and life imbalances.


Kelby Sandoval, LMSW, MSW

My expertise and background focuses on adults with co-occurring disorders (substance use/mental health), Addiction, PTSD, Mood Disorders, Men’s Issues, Group therapy, Life management counseling, and Christian Counseling. Implementing CBT, DBT, mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing & Stage of Change (motivation to stop using), etc. I focus not only on the root causes of addiction or use, but also work with my clients to develop a foundation of change, recovery and new hopefulness for the future. My clients learn to live a life without the use of substances, and develop healthy coping skills, replacements and postive outlets.


With a clinical background treating co-occurring disorders, I have also dedicated my career to helping those struggling to break negative thought patterns, habits and behaviors. My focus area include depression, anxiety, and PTSD/Trauma. We will work through the greatest issues affecting personal life, tackle shame, ego and what these things mean to/for you.


Dr. Michele Bullock

Dr. Bullock is a nationally certified, licensed professional counselor, telemedicine provider, and Doctor of Psychology. With over 15 years of experience and practice, Dr. Bullock offers a wide range of expertise and specialties.


In addition to her work in the field, Dr. Bullock  provides educational guidance and in field of best practices as an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at HCC. Her skills and leadership are secondary to none and is highly recommended.


Her experience encompass Anger Management, Anxiety, Depression, Balance in Life & Work, Bipolar Depression, Borderline Personalities, Self Harm/Cutting, Suicide/Risk, Divorce/Separation, Family Life, Health & Wellness, Life Coaching, Menopause, Mindfulness, OCD, Panic Disorders/Attack, Phobias,

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Relationships, Relaxation, Self Esteem, Spiritual/Spiritual Growth, Stress Management, Time Management, Women's Health.



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