Lynn Goldberg

Lynn is a clinical social worker with more than 25 years of experience as a therapist, working with adults, adolescents and families. She brings an empathetic, down-to-earth style while helping her clients overcome barriers to reaching their goals. She employs a strengths-based, culturally sensitive approach, using a variety of modalities based on her clients’ needs, including CBT, DBT, mindfulness, and solution-focused therapy.

Lauren Mills

Lauren Mills began her career as a clinical social worker providing counseling to children and families in a community-based mental health program at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital in New York City. Lauren later became a Clinical Supervisor and oversaw operations of a Medicaid funded program for children and adolescents and owned a private psychotherapy practice. Through this work, Lauren became passionate about increasing access to mental health services through technology and joined AbleTo, where she helped develop and scale a telemental health program and national provider network serving thousands of patients as Clinical Director. Following AbleTo, Lauren joined Aetna and led new product development as the Strategy and Product Management Director for National Account Commercial Business. Lauren holds a Masters in Social Work from Columbia University and is currently pursuing an MBA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Lauren lives outside Providence, RI with her husband and three year old daughter.

Christine Rambert

Christine Rambert has 10 years of clinical experience providing psychotherapeutic services to culturally diverse and bilingual populations from children to older adults. Bilingual in Spanish, Christine has worked collaboratively within multidisciplinary teams in various outpatient settings to deliver integrative behavioral health care. Christine has extensive training in therapeutic modalities which include CBT, DBT, ACT and TF-CBT. She earned an MA in Sociology/Anthropology from Northeastern University and a Masters in Social Work from NYU Silver School of Social Work. Christine is also a registered yoga teacher (RYT-200) with Yoga Alliance.

Amanda Wong

I have over ten years of experience as a social worker working with individuals and families.

Courtney Walsh

Courtney provides therapy to young adults and adults at various developmental stages. Her work is grounded by a person-centered, eclectic and social justice framework. Courtney’s approach to therapy emphasizes self-understanding, emotional healing and empowerment. Courtney has received training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

Emmanuel Rosales

Emmanuel has non-judgmental and empathic approach to working with his clients. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in forensic psychology, his master’s in psychology and his master’s in social work. Emmanuel has worked with clients, ranging from age 3 to age 78. He is a clinical social worker who has worked with many patients over the last 4 years. He has worked as a bilingual clinician at a psychiatric rehabilitation program, early intervention, and outpatient mental health. His treatment modalities include supportive counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy, group therapy, motivational interviewing as well as relapse prevention planning. He also works with those experiencing co-occurring issues with substance abuse and mental health disorders. He takes a holistic approach involving all aspects of a client’s life to supports their goals.

Dominique Roberts

Dominique provides psychotherapy to individuals and families with trauma histories, substance use disorders, anxiety, depression, and emotional dysregulation (including anger management) through person-centered, solution-focused, and trauma-informed therapy. With a strong emphasis on cultural humility, Dominique’s practice philosophy is working collaboratively with the person to develop an individualized treatment plan that includes their needs and goals, alongside resources available and concrete skills to assist with navigating problems.

Megan Quinn

Megan provides individual and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults experiencing social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. Her approach to therapy aims to be collaborative and social justice oriented. She has received training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, parent management training, and family therapy.

Olivia Mora-Lett

Olivia believes in collaborative care and uses cultural humility and a strength-based holistic approach to help her clients achieve their therapeutic goals. She is fluent in Spanish and is trained in various clinical modalities including CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing and Compassionate Bereavement Care. She can treat various mental health issues and life stressors and has experience working with diverse populations including LGBTQIA, survivors of gender-based violence, immigrants, youth, and adults.

Paul Milford

Paul is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Qualified Supervisor. He has experience working with diverse clients from across the lifespan and tailors his clinical approach to the unique strengths of each client. Paul has specialized training in Solution-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral, and Trauma-Informed therapy techniques. Utilizing these approaches, Paul helps his clients strengthen their skills to meet their goals.