Jess is a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and certified yoga instructor. Her style is holistic and evidence-driven and she enjoys utilizing mindfulness practices in her work to help folks live their lives with full intention. She believes strongly in the mind-body connection and various modalities for healing both physiologically and psychologically.
Joanna is a licensed clinical social worker who enjoys working with children and families. She comes to us from The Home for Little Wanderers. She also enjoys working with adults utilizing an individualized and holistic approach. Joanna is a compassionate, energetic, and diligent human being, as well as a wonderful teammate. She has been working professionally with children and families for almost four years, doing in-home, school-based and community-based work. Joanna enjoys gardening and spending time in nature, especially walking her dogs!
Enoch is a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner who believes that all humans have an innate ability to thrive. His approach is to help individuals realize this regardless of mental health challenges. He utilizes a collaborative approach with careful psychopharmacological management in conjunction with psychotherapy for best outcomes. “Understanding the human brain as a complex structure with an intricate network of neuro-chemical activity and individual experiences is important to understand.”
Practice Manager, Billing Specialist
Aisha is an experienced practice manager with specific interest in the area of behavioral and mental healthcare. She has been an asset to several practices both large and small, and plays a pivotal role in the operational aspects of high quality patient care. She is always ready to problem-solve.
Daijah is an experienced medical assistant who is making a career transition to administration. She has experience in various healthcare settings, such as urgent care, Boston Children's Hospital, and specialty clinics. She enjoys reading and her dog Jax.
"One's only rival is one's own potentialities. One's only failure is failing to live up to one's own possibilities. In this sense, every man can be a king, and must therefore be treated like a king." - Abraham Maslow