Danina L. Rodrigues

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.

Fiona Kaul-Connolly

Fiona obtained her MSW from Simmons College School of Social Work in 2006 and has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health, hospitals and private practice. She is particularly passionate about working with women and helping clients to integrate their faith into the therapy for optimal healing and management of mood and behaviors. Using a non-judgmental, compassionate approach, Fiona tailors the treatment to the individual client’s needs using a variety of approaches including ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), Psychodynamic insight, Relational therapy, and faith-integrated Narrative Therapy. The issues she has had the most success in addressing have been anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship issues, parenting challenges, living with chronic illnesses and recovery from trauma.

Fiona is currently counseling via Telehealth only.

Samantha Beazer

Samantha Beazer is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Anna Maria College in 2012 and received her master’s degree in Social Work from Wheelock College in 2016.

Samantha has experience working in Emergency residences (formerly known as STARR) for children and adolescents as well as mobile crisis emergency services. She has also provided support to young parents and has worked in the child welfare system since 2016. Samantha is familiar with attachment and loss especially within families involved in the court system and foster care/adoption.

Samantha has clinical experience working with couples with relationship difficulties and adults who suffer from anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Samantha is trauma informed and is in the process of completing a trauma certification program. She enjoys helping others find healing in their circumstances. She is motivated and determined to meet clients where they are and assisting them in achieving their goals. She considers her approach client-centered and strengths-based.

Chantal Silloway

Chantal earned her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from American International College in 2016. She has worked as a case manager, counselor, and clinical supervisor with diverse populations in both residential and prison settings. She has experience treating adolescents with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges, as well as individuals with domestic violence, sexual abuse, trauma, and co-occurring disorders.

She is a compassionate and dedicated clinician with experience in clinical assessments, trauma-informed care, and addiction. Chantal is a Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor (LADC 1). She utilizes a holistic approach to focus on wellness of the body, soul, and spirit with a Christian perspective. Other therapeutic approaches she uses include Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Motivational Interviewing, and Strength-Based Therapy.

Maria Ortiz

Maria Ortiz, is a Bilingual ordained minister who has served as Lead Pastor of the House of Peace and Restoration in Springfield, Massachusetts since 2013. She is also a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Human Services from the Cambridge College in 2017, followed by earning her Master’s in Education in Mental Health/ Marriage and Family Therapy in 2019, from the same institution.

Maria is passionate about working with families, groups and individuals with a holistic approach. She enjoys seeing how the restorative power of the Gospel, in conjunction with evidence-based theories can have a transformation effect in the lives she has been privileged to serve. She has worked with families struggling with relationship problems, as well as individuals dealing with depression, trauma, addictions and anxiety. She considers herself Spiritual, Compassionate and eager to help others manage their life in a more holistic manner.

Maureen Pattison

Maureen is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She graduated from Lesley University with a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Specialization in Art Therapy. Maureen has worked in community-based, home-based, school-based and office-based settings as a clinician. Maureen has provided mental health services to children, adolescents and their families who have experienced a variety of social, emotional and behavioral challenges.

Maureen specializes in working with children and pre-teens. She loves working with children and families utilizing the healing powers of the arts as well as play as alternative approaches to traditional talking methods of therapy.

However, she also has experience using strengths-based, client-centered models and cognitive behavioral therapy approaches. She is compassionate, optimistic and truly dedicated to helping others work to achieve their personal goals.

Everyone experiences their own personal challenges in life. Maureen believes in using each person’s unique strengths and interests to help each person overcome their identified challenges to find resiliency, hope and strength within themselves. Whatever challenge you may be facing, Maureen is here to listen.

 

Claudia I. Kidd

Claudia I. Kidd is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and received a Master of Science Degree from Boston University and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in 2003 from the University of
Massachusetts, Boston. After earning her degree, she spent several years working with birth, foster and adoptive parents within the child welfare system. She also worked within this system to help create
policy and to develop a specialized child and family mediation process. Claudia became a trained mediator and worked with many birth and adoptive parents to create collaborative parenting agreements.

Over the past 7 years Claudia has worked as a therapist and supervisor in a community mental health agency. She has experience treating individuals diagnosed with anxiety, trauma-related issues, depression, bipolar disorder, and adjustment and grief related disorders. She has experience providing individual and couples therapy. Claudia uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Narrative therapy to help her clients. Claudia’s strengths-based focus enables her clients to access their own inner strengths to grow and reach their goals. She is excited to work with clients to help them achieve their emotional and spiritual goals.

Tracy L. Jones

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.

*Now a certified Prepare/Enrich Facilitator

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Dr. Tracy Jones is CrossPoint's Clinical Care Coordinator
Dr. Tracy Jones

Melissa Stetson

Melissa Stetson is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Psychology from the University of Phoenix in 2012, followed by earning her Master’s in Arts in Counseling Psychology in 2015, from American International College.

Melissa has experience working with children with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges in the public school setting, therapeutic day treatment program, in the community, and within the home. She has experience working with young adults in the community college setting for over 5 years, who have learning and emotional disabilities including young adults on the Autism Spectrum. She has worked with children, adolescents and their families in their homes providing intensive in-home therapy. She has also worked with young adults as a mental health intern in a clinical setting at Westover Job Corps in Chicopee, MA. She enjoys reaching out to underserved populations and working in the community. Melissa also has clinical experience and enjoys working with adults who experience relationship difficulties, anxiety and depressive disorders and adults who suffer from the symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. She is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Motivational Interviewing. She considers her approach to be person-centered, strengths-based and collaborative.