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Meet our staff

Chris Marobella, MSW, LICSW

Clinical Director

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

Chris Marobella works with children, adolescents, adults, families, and has a special focus in couples therapy.

He specializes in parental coaching, creative play therapy with children dealing with anxiety, ADHD, and executive function issues. He is also adept in dealing with anxiety, depression, OCD, adjustment issues, and trauma with clients of any age. A trained hypnotherapist, Chris works from a strengths-based perspective and draws on a range of modalities including CBT, ACT, hypnotherapy, cognitive and insight-oriented therapies, and play therapy.

Chris currently accepts Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO/PPO,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

Daniel Sanford, Psy. D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Daniel Sanford works with adolescents, couples, and families.

His areas of expertise include the treatment of anxiety, depression, learning challenges, anger management, and attention deficit disorder, as well as transitions within the family system. Using a variety of therapeutic approaches including cognitive-behavioral therapy, he has worked with a broad range of clients with diverse backgrounds. 

Dr. Sanford currently accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

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Rosemarie Wing, LICSW

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

Rosemarie works with teens 15 and older, adults, families and couples and elders. She specializes in helping people deal with grief and bereavement, palliative care, hospice and serious medical issues. She also has extensive experience helping people overcome depression, anxiety, and eating disorders, as well as anger management, trauma, and OCD. She is also able to offer Christian counseling if desired.

Rose works from a strengths-based, person-centered perspective and draws on a range of modalities including CBT and insight-oriented therapy. Rose is trained in EMDR for trauma.

Rose accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicare, OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim, United Health, UBH, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), and private payment.

Rose is not currently accepting new clients

Susan Valente, MSW, LICSW

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

Bicultural and bilingual in Portuguese

Susan Valente works with children, adolescents, and adults using the individual's or family's current strengths to find strategies and solutions to achieve therapeutic goals. The modalities she utilizes include behavior modification, CBT, play therapy, person-centered therapy, and psycho-education. She specializes in treating trauma, PTSD, domestic violence, parenting issues, ADHD, addictions, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and stress management. 

Susan currently accepts Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

Barbara Nash, Ed. D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Barbara Nash has been a licensed psychologist in Massachusetts since 1987. Her background is in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Humanistic Psychology, and she has additional training in ACT and DBT. She has led workshops on stress management, communication for couples, parenting, and listening skills and she has also trained probation officers, hospice workers, managers, and crisis center workers. Using the tenets of positive psychology, Dr. Nash strives to help people become healthier, happier, and more resilient. 

She works with older children, adolescents, adults, families, couples, and elders, on issues such as anxiety, depression, OCD, adjustment, and trauma using a variety of therapeutic approaches. Dr. Nash is an award-winning psychology professor who began teaching in 1982, and has been on the faculty at Bentley University since 2000.

Dr. Nash currently accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

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Alexander M. Davis, LICSW, CCM, CDP

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

 Alexander works with adults, couples, families, and elders. With over a decade of experience in geriatric mental health, he is a Certified Case Manager as well as a Certified Dementia Practitioner. He is well-versed in crisis intervention, palliative and hospice care, as well as complex medical issues. Treating adjustment disorders, phobias, stage of life issues, depression, and anxiety, Alexander works from a strengths-based, person-centered approach. He draws on a number of treatment modalities including solution-focused and insight-oriented therapy. He is also a classically trained violinist who has used music therapy in treatment.

Alexander accepts Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

Daiana da Costa, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Daiana works with children, adults, families and couples  She specializes in helping parents to co-parent as well as creative play therapy with children dealing with anxiety, mood disorders, and ADHD. She is also adept in working with children who are high functioning and on the Autism Spectrum.  Daiana has extensive experience working with people with suicidal ideations, depression, anxiety, and trauma. She is trained in working with the LGBTQ community.  She has experience working with emergency services, substance use disorder programs, and managed care.  Daiana works from a strengths-based, person-centered perspective and draws on a range of modalities including CBT and solution-focused therapy.

Daiana currently accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and private payment.

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Marvin Lew, Ph.D., ABPP

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Marvin Lew works with adults, adolescents, and their families. He is Board Certified in Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology and his practice is focused on those psychological treatments that have demonstrated success in the professional literature. Dr. Lew has worked as a clinician, supervisor, and clinical director in a variety of medical, educational, and clinical environments. He has practiced  mindfulness for 20+ years, has been intensively trained in DBT and integrates components of these approaches along with ACT in his treatments. Dr. Lew specializes in the treatment of anxiety and depressive illnesses for adolescents and adults. Additionally, Dr. Lew will work along with children and their families in developing appropriate behavior

modification and self-management strategies for childhood anxiety and attention problems.

Dr. Lew currently accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

Johanna Spencer, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Johanna Spencer is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 25 years experience working with couples, adults, and families. She has practiced mindfulness for 20 years and has specialized training in stress reduction, anxiety and depression management, relationships, addiction, trauma, food/nutrition, mindfulness of self- compassion and work with highly sensitive empathic individuals.
Her eclectic treatment strategies are holistic, strength-based, person-centered, and are designed with attentive listening to clarify clients' goals and impediments. Tools might include CBT strategies, creative exploration (art, writing, journaling), time in nature, mindfulness, spiritual exploration, support for increased self care, 12 Step work, and consultation with other professionals.

Johanna believes we all can benefit from caring support to further wellness, growth, and ease of life transitions. She strives to collaborate with each client’s inner wisdom and creative process to move forward to increased wellness and ease the next steps on their life’s path.

Johanna currently accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

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Brittany Ross, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Brittany works with older children, adolescents, and young adults. With several years of experience working with youth in the juvenile justice system, she has adopted a strengths-based and person-centered approach to assist adolescents and young adults navigate significant life challenges. Modalities she utilizes include Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, and Psychoeducation. She specializes in treating ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma, mood disorders, and behavioral issues. 

Brittany currently accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

Jeanne Plantz, LICSW

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

Jeanne works with children 4-14, adolescents, adults, and families. She specializes in creative play therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and ACT, and has decades of experience helping children dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, ADHD, family issues, divorce, and behavioral difficulties. Jeanne also offers family-oriented parental consultation and coaching. Working from a strengths-based perspective, she offers cognitive and insight-oriented therapies for adults and couples.

Jeanne currently accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

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Katelyn Hirtle, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Katelyn works with children ages 4-14, adolescents, adults, elders, couples, and families. She specializes in grief therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy, mindfulness, couples therapy and family therapy. She has 10 years of experience helping clients who are coping with anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, OCD, ADHD, autism, family issues, divorce, grief, low self esteem and behavioral difficulties. Katelyn also offers family-oriented parental consultation and psychoeducation. By working from a strengths-based perspective with a client-centered focus she provides cognitive and insight-oriented therapies for children, adolescents, adults, and couples.

Katelyn currently accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

Katelyn is not currently accepting new clients

Quin Rollo, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Quin works with adolescents, adults, families, and couples. A graduate of Assumption College with a Masters’ degree from Fitchburg State, Quin has been treating individuals and families since 2009. He specializes in work with individuals and families affected by substance abuse, and is certified in the Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (ACRA). He also has extensive experience helping clients with various types of trauma and is trained in the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT) and ARC models. He also treats anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, anger management, grief, and other conditions. Quin brings a warm, eclectic, person–centered approach to his clients, drawing on various methods including CBT and Motivational Interviewing.

Quin currently accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield,  OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

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Alison Lee, LICSW

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker 

Alison Lee graduated with a Master of Social Work degree from Simmons University and has been providing behavioral health care since 2003. She works with adults and young adults (18+) who present with symptoms of depression and/or anxiety, and has a special interest in working with clients who want to address grief and loss.She also specializes in aiding women who are struggling with postpartum depression. Alison's clinical approach is strengths / resiliency / insight, and solution-focused, incorporating modalities such as ACT, CBT, mindfulness, and self-compassion techniques. Alison is fluent in English and Spanish and committed to identifying and exploring in treatment issues of race, diversity, inclusion, and inequity. 

Alison currently accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO/PPO, OPTUM, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO), Tufts HMO/PPO (but not Tufts Health Direct) and private payment.

Sarah Salazar, LICSW

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker 

With a Master of Social Work degree from Salem State University,  Sarah has worked for over 15 years providing intensive treatment to children and families struggling with severe mental health and family system challenges. She works with children, parents/caregivers, and famillies. Her specialties include Depression, Mood Disorders, Trauma/PTSD, Anxiety, Gender Identity and LGBTQ-I, Personality Disorders, Suicidality & Self-Injurious behaviors, as well as Substance Abuse Recovery. Sarah utilizes many tools including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Art and Music, Narrative, and Solution Focused Therapies. Her work is based in Family Systems, Person in Environment, Attachment, Exchange, Feminist, and other Socio-cultural theories. Using a strengths-based, person-centered approach, Sarah helps clients access their own inner wisdom and knowledge to heal and grow. She is skilled in helping people improve their self-esteem and strengthen their sense of self-worth, and is adept at helping families improve their communication and relationships.

Sarah currently accepts Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO/PPO, and private payment.

Sarah is not currently accepting new clients

Barbara Cohen, LMHC, LMFT

Licensed Mental Health Counselor,

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Barbara holds degrees from Clark University, Boston University, and Northeastern University. She has taught and presented on many different topics in the past three decades while also treating clients. She uses a number of different strengths-based approaches rooted in interpersonal therapy including CBT and insight-oriented treatment. Working with individual clients ages 8 and up, Barbara is well-versed in helping people deal with ADHD, Depression, Bipolar, Anxiety, Grief, Phobias, Learning Disorders and Postpartum Depression.

Barbara currently accepts Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO/PPO, Unitedhealth, United Behavioral Health, Mass General Brigham HMO/PPO (but not ACO) and private payment.

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