Danielle is an LICSW with decades of experience working with a variety of ages and demographics in the social work field. Danielle’s main areas of focus include maternal mental health, young adults, life transitions, and the complimentary integration of faith and mental health.
Danielle is a compassionate, non-judgmental, and motivated therapist who aims to help clients find peace, increase their health and wellness, utilize tools to decrease anxiety, and find a safe place for support.
Using a lighthearted and humorous approach, Danielle tailors all therapy to the client’s needs and desires. She has been trained in multiple therapy models and uses a variety of clinical approaches to work alongside her clients to achieve their goals.
Danielle deeply enjoys her work and is committed to helping her clients find wholeness and strength in their lives.
Cynthia is a committed community leader and mental health professional. She has an outstanding reputation of helping others and has years of experience working within both the faith community and within the community at large providing a myriad of counseling and mental health services. Cynthia believes that everyone deserves to live their best life, and sometimes it will take a therapist/counselor to get us there.
Cynthia is knowledgeable in evidenced-based practices and has training and experience with individual, family, and group therapy approaches utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Narrative Therapy, and Christian Counseling. She continues to stay abreast of new approaches/modalities and interventions in the mental health field. Cynthia has experience treating clients and groups with anxiety, depression, anger and low self esteem. She also has extensive experience working with adults with domestic violence, substance abuse recovery, single parenting, racial trauma, and other related backgrounds.
Cynthia has held both administrative supervisory and clinical positions. She has a Bachelor’s degree from Springfield College, a Master’s degree from American International College, and a Master’s of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy from Springfield College. Cynthia currently is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in Massachusetts
Danina received her Bachelors Degree from Bridgewater State University in Psychology, with a concentration in Child Psychology in 2006. She also attended Eastern Nazarene College and studied Marriage and Family Therapy, graduating in 2014. She is a licensed Mental Health Counselor in Massachusetts.
Danina has worked as a case manager for families experiencing homelessness at an emergency shelter. She currently works as a school counselor at an alternative high school.
Her specialty is in working with children and adolescents. and she also welcomes, young adults, and adult individuals. Experienced in working with individuals who are experiencing trauma, abuse, anxiety, depression, loss/grief, special needs, Danina takes an approach that is warm and welcoming – meeting the client where they are. She believes strongly that the client is the expert in managing their mental health and the clinician’s role is to facilitate the conversation. Her treatment approaches include CBT, DBT, goal orientated therapy, motivational interviewing, strengths based therapy, mindfulness, faith based therapies.
She is currently doing Telehealth appointments only.
Dr. Jones is a member of the leadership team at CrossPoint and is the site manager for the Worcester and Stoughton offices. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in MA and RI as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor in CT. She graduated from Lesley University with a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology in 1997 and graduated from Liberty University with a Doctoral Degree in 2019. She has provided consultation for church leaders and members; provided mental health workshops for churches, presents at conferences and has published research, worked as a clinician, licensure supervisor and director as well as an adjunct professor.
Tracy works with individuals and couples from diverse backgrounds with a variety of mental health concerns. Her style is strengths-based, with a Christian perspective. She utilizes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), introspective and faith-based approaches to help clients heal from trauma, abuse and loss, anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, and relationship problems. She believes that compassion and hope are the essential elements for creating an environment in every session in which change can occur, and resiliency and recovery can flourish.
She has received certifications in mindfulness, ACT, Trauma-Focused CBT, SYMBIS, Prepare/Enrich, Gottman Level I, and advanced training in Christian integrative approaches. As a trainer of LivingWorks programs, she is available to teach a 3-hour suicide prevention course or a 2-day suicide intervention course to groups large or small. As a Prepare/Enrich Trainer, she is available to teach a certification course to prepare clinicians or church leaders/members to facilitate and utilize the Prepare/Enrich assessment with couples.
Dr. Jones is not accepting new patients at this time.