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Psychologist for Children


We offer a variety of comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation services, proudly staffed by highly qualified school psychologists for anyone 6 years and older. We aim to uncover the intricate interplay between cognitive functioning, emotional well-being, and academic performance, offering valuable insights that guide tailored interventions or diagnostic clarity. Testing can help create clarity regarding ADHD, Autism, Learning Disorders, and other individual differences. We recognize the unique needs of youth and adults and collaborate closely with other professionals in clients’ lives to provide a holistic evaluation process depending on the client's needs. Our services serve as a trusted resource for clients seeking a deeper understanding of their cognitive strengths and areas for growth. Through personalized assessments and compassionate care, we aim to empower individuals to thrive cognitively and emotionally and have a newfound understanding of their profile as a learner and human.




Erin is a licensed school psychologist with a deep passion for understanding a whole child and the emotional well-being of students. Having dedicated her time to children in various settings ranging from residential programs, outpatient therapy settings, inpatient hospitalizations, and most consistently schools and the present environment of a therapeutic day program, Erin has honed her skills in counseling, assessing, and completing robust evaluations for youth with various needs.


Her invaluable experience in working within the school environment has driven her to embark on a new endeavor of private evaluations. Driven by a desire to offer more personalized, comprehensive, and timely support, she now aspires to transition into, focusing on conducting in-depth evaluations for children and adolescents. With her wealth of knowledge and unwavering commitment to empowering the next generation, Erin is poised to make a profound impact in the field of private psychological assessments. When Erin is not working in the mental health field, she can be found running or taking professional photos. 


Jess is a dedicated psychologist with a passion for enhancing children's social and emotional regulation skills. With a playful and empathetic approach, she believes in the power of relationship-centered and neurodiversity-affirming work. Drawing from evidence-based clinical therapeutic frameworks, Jess’s mission is to empower families with the confidence, knowledge, and tools required to seamlessly integrate social and emotional strategies into their daily lives.

In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her dog Messi and family! Jess developed her clinical skills in settings including private and public schools, private practice, and home-based services. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts and went on to complete her master’s degree in School Psychology from William James College. Jess is licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Allied Mental Health as a Licensed Educational Psychologist.  

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    Coaching is when an individual works with a trained professional in a process of self-discovery and self-awareness. Throughout the process, the coach helps the individual to identify areas of strength and areas of need in order to develop goals and create a plan for attaining those goals. The coach is able to support individuals with accountability to follow the plan and make progress on goals, and overall a better quality of life. The one constant in life is change. While change can be good, it can also feel chaotic, making it difficult to remain focused and motivated. We know we are in a time where people need more support with all the changes we continue to experience globally in the last few years.
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    Coaching is for everyone! It’s an individualized process that can support growth and provide sustainable change.
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    Coaching is an investment that keeps on giving. What you put into it with time, finances, and effort, you get back during the coaching process and the continued benefits over your career or personal life. Coaching is a partnership between you and your coach, who will gently encourage you to explore how to make positive changes in your life based on your goals. A coach will offer support and feedback to help you to stay focused on your goals and will occasionally set you tasks and objectives to work on outside of sessions.
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    Our coach is offering 60-minute sessions for $150.
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