OUR PROVIDERS

Monique Tasker

Clinical Director | LICSW

If you are seeking a Stoughton mental health counselor or therapist you will be pleased to know people like Monique Tasker are here to help Stoughton residents and individuals seeking Stoughton area counseling needs. With an extensive background in serving individuals with various mental disorders as well as those seeking therapy, Monique has provided therapy in Brockton, MA for several years and is now available to help residents in surrounding communities with depression, substance abuse, crisis intervention, human services, psychosocial assessments, diagnosis, implementing effective treatment, evaluation and treatment planning. She is familiar with various psychiatric illness, group therapy, and has worked in the overall care of children, adolescents and adults.

By providing counseling services as a therapist Monique has and can collaborate and communicate with a wide range of social, legal and government agencies including courts, schools, hospitals and other sources in the overall care of patients. She works to develop therapy tools, counseling skills and life skills to help individual lead and have a better life. She has worked as a Clinician, Social Worker, Therapists, Adjunct College Professor and Supervisor.

If you are seeking counseling in the Stoughton area or Sharon area counseling and therapy services, Monique brings her experience from Brockton Counseling and therapy to serve you in the Stoughton, her office is located conveniently on Central Street between the communities of Brockton, Sharon, Randolph and surrounding areas.

Additionally, if you are seeking GRE testing accommodations, School based accommodations, Massachusetts educational accommodations, Special Education Consulting, Disability letters, and/or information related to standardized testing accommodations for anxiety or other disabling concerns we are here to help.

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Family Conflicts

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • LGBTQIA

  • Divorce

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

  • Eating Disorders

Elaine Pellegrini

Clinical Supervisor | LMHC

Elaine is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with more than 30 years of experience working with a diverse client population with differing backgrounds.   She holds a Master’s Degree from Lesley Graduate School, after which Elaine worked as a community therapist; an experience which gave her the skills and abilities to help clients with their most difficult issues and conflicts. She regularly attends advanced trainings each year; further strengthening and honing her skills as a successful therapist.

Elaine’s clients have had to deal with a variety of issues and she has come to them with a positive, empathetic, and non-judgmental manner, always hearing their voice above everything else.  When you find the need to have a sympathetic ear to hear you, and strong encouragement for your personal successes, then working with Elaine will be a key to achieving your goals.  There is no better advocate for your best life than Elaine.  She meets clients where they are, and helps them find their path.

The counseling modalities used by Elaine include motivational interviewing, psycho-education, solution focused therapy, mindfulness, and attachment focused therapy.

Over the years Elaine’s work has been a paycheck of the heart in delivering intensive therapeutic services to adolescents, adults, and families. She feels she has been fortunate to have learned real-life lessons from each client and been able to apply those lessons going forward.

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Family Conflicts

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • LGBTQIA

  • Divorce

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

  • Eating Disorders

Edward Justin Modestino

Ph.D.| LMHC | (NCC) National Certified Counselor | Board Certified by the NBCC

If you seek a Stoughton mental health counselor or therapist, you will be pleased to know people like Dr. Modestino are here to help Stoughton residents and individuals seeking Stoughton area counseling.

Dr. Modestino is a research neuroscientist and a Senior Lecturer of Psychology at Curry College in Milton, MA, where he co-directs the EEG (brainwave) laboratory and directs the Brain & Behavior Laboratory. He has completed postdoctoral fellowships in psychiatry and neurology. Dr. Modestino’s research has focused on neuroimaging and neuropsychological measures of psychiatric/neurological disorders and Reward Deficiency Syndrome (RDS). He has currently expanded this research to include empathy and Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria (RSD), which many clinicians see as a manifestation of emotional dysregulation in Adults with ADHD.


Dr. Modestino is a master’s level clinician, who graduated with a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from UMass Boston in May 2021. He is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) licensure in Massachusetts. The focus of his counseling interests and specialties includes anxiety disorders, depression, Adult ADHD (often with RSD), LGBTQ+ counseling, and couples counseling, in addition to assisting those with developmental traumas and complex PTSD from emotional and other abuse, often from caregivers with personality disorders. Dr. Modestino uses an eclectic blend of approaches, including a Rogerian base combined with cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), experiential therapies including Gendlin’s Focusing (also with a Rogerian base), and the psychodynamic therapy approach of Alice Miller. Additionally, he is a certified hypnotherapist and uses this to assist clients with performance anxiety, test anxiety, public speaking, and other anxiety-related issues.

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Family Conflicts

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • LGBTQIA

  • Divorce

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

  • Eating Disorders

Julie Lambert

LCSW

Are you ready to live better? Hi, I’m Julie and hold an LCSW as a Licensed Therapist in Massachusetts plus an LSW in New York. The combination of 12 plus years of clinical experience, education/training and personal trauma has influenced my ability to connect to and attend to an individual’s psychological barriers making way for significant changes and a more fulfilling life.

In my years as Clinician, Trainer, Educator and Director in New York City, Chicago and Massachusetts, I have provided quality therapeutic services to positively impact a multitude of people. More recently, I discovered the magic of art as therapy during a very critical time in my own life which is currently being integrated into work with individuals experiencing a range of stored trauma (PTSD) anxiety and depression.  Compassion, intuition and clinical expertise has always informed my scope of practice.  Results in your psychological and personal growth will be evident as we unlock the subconscious and make way for your psychological health.  Recently, I have been working with young adults in the wake of the pandemic who are experiencing significant social anxiety and depression.

My approach is multidimensional.  We each hold personal thoughts, beliefs and perceptions.   It is in our work together, creating a safe, trusting environment that you can find improved ways to cope and feel happier.  My experience informs me that self-reflection, self- love and care can catapult anyone’s ability to evolve and prosper.

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Family Conflicts

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • LGBTQIA

  • Divorce

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

  • Eating Disorders

Abby Smargon

LCSW

Hi there, my name is Abby. I am a licensed clinical social worker with a background in outpatient therapy, mental health advocacy, and crisis intervention. In my work, I am driven by my passion for walking alongside my clients on their journey towards improved mental health. Whether it be working through day to day stressors, or major life events, it is always my primary goal to provide a welcoming, safe, and empathetic space for each client whether it be in person or in a remote setting.

Through my client-centered approach, I aim to empower each individual to believe in their ability to manage their struggles and work towards positive change. When working with my clients, I integrate several forms of talk therapy including CBT, psychodynamic therapy, and behavioral activation. It is always of utmost importance to me that each client feels heard, and that the work done in each session is tailored to individual needs and goals. Whether our time together consists of laughter, tears, deep work, or an opportunity to vent, I am here to provide a reliable source of support, encouragement, and guidance.

It is my hope that every client who meets with me will find themselves in a compassionate, friendly, relaxing, trauma informed, judgment-free environment where they feel at ease in expressing themselves. My practices have been effective in my work with those who live with anxiety, depression, PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, body image difficulties, and substance use. I find that
a strong, trusting therapeutic relationship holds immeasurable value and it would be my privilege to build that with you!

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Body Image

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

Tiesha Reyes

LCSW

If you are seeking a Stoughton mental health counselor or therapist, you will be pleased to know individuals like Tiesha are here to help Stoughton residents and individuals seeking Stoughton area counseling needs.


I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master Degree from Wheelock College. I have been serving adolescents and adults (specifically women) with substance use and dual diagnosis disorders in residential settings for over 10 years. My area of specialties include but are not limited to: Trauma, Substance Use and Dependency, Anxiety, Depression, Grief, Attention Deficit Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Body Image, Relationship Challenges, legal involvement, and life transitions. My approaches vary to meet the needs and preference of the client; such as Person-Centered, Strengths-Based, Psychoeducation, Motivational Interviewing, CBT, Trauma Informed Care, and Solution-focused therapy.


Despite how challenging our life can get, it is my belief that we all possess the ability to empower ourselves and regain control over our lives. Therapy is not an instant process and can sometimes feel overwhelming. It is important to be patient with yourself and your healing, celebrate your growth, and hold yourself accountable for the progress you make. I offer therapy, guidance, counseling, and therapeutic support in an environment that is safe, supportive, and nonjudgmental.


Schedule an appointment and together we can work on helping you lead a better, fuller and happier life and lifestyle

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Family Conflicts

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • LGBTQIA

  • Divorce

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

  • Eating Disorders

Dylan Ferreira

LMHC

Dylan Ferreira has worked as a counselor in a variety of capacities. He offers therapy, psychotherapy and counseling. Dylan offers a unique specialty in serving as a counselor or counselors. Dylan provides counseling for educators, counselors and attorneys (individually or as couples) as well as other professionals who often are “left out” of the counseling audience. These include professors, financial professionals, nurses, social workers, airline pilots, dentists, doctors and more. Dylan’s approach is that of a coach based counselor. Just like fine athletes benefit from coaching so to do fine, capable people who sometimes encounter unexpected or long term challenges. Dylan will also work with children and adolescents of divorced parents on a case by case basis.

Dylan has his Masters in Counseling as well as a CAGS and a Advanced Certificate and has trained as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. He is a licensed school psychologist, adjustment counselor and hold additional licenses as well. He regularly attends continuing education courses at Harvard, PESI and through other organizations.

Dylan provides a positive environment in which he gives unconditional positive regard. What this means is he does not judge and meets clients where they are rather than asking them to come to him. His unique approach has been held in high regard by many professionals.

Psychotherapy is a process. Much like life is a marathon and not a sprint, counseling works best when given the same perspective. Often in life we sprint to success in one area leaving holes, deficits or gaps in others. Sometimes life throws us curve balls that can feel overwhelming or insurmountable. Dylan works coach as a counselor approach is often well received by people who are apprehensive about starting counseling or who have tried counseling but felt it just didn’t work.

If you are seeking counseling, therapy, divorce counseling, depression counseling, psychotherapy in the MA area via Telehealth, please give Stoughton Counseling a call today.

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Family Conflicts

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • LGBTQIA

  • Divorce

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

  • Eating Disorders

Cruzmayrie Rosado-Lorenzo

INTERN

If you are seeking a Stoughton mental health counselor or therapist, you will be pleased to know individuals like Cruzmayrie are here to help Stoughton residents and individuals seeking Stoughton area counseling needs.

I am a recent graduate with a Social Work Master Degree from Simmons University. I was in an internship for a year that served adolescents with complex trauma, behavioral problems, and academic issues. I also have been working in an after-school program for 7 years with children ages 5 to 13. My specialty is providing a safe and interactive environment in which to tackle difficult subjects, trauma, or to just say the things you never thought you would say out loud. My areas of interest and focus are expanding with experience and it include but are not limited to: Anxiety, Depression, Body Image, Relationship Challenges, Life Planning, and Life Transitions. My approaches vary to meet the needs and preference of the client; such as Person-Centered, Strengths-Based, Psycho-education, Motivational Interviewing, Clinical Art Therapy, CBT, Trauma Informed Care, and Solution-focused therapy. 

Despite how challenging our life can get, it is my belief that we all possess the ability to empower ourselves and regain control over our lives. Therapy is not an instant process and can sometimes feel overwhelming. It is important to be patient with yourself and your healing, celebrate your growth, and hold yourself accountable for the progress you make. I offer therapy, guidance, counseling, and therapeutic support in an environment that is safe, supportive, and nonjudgmental. My skills are intended to facilitate your process, whatever that may be. In my office, you will be heard.

To practice my own self care, I enjoy singing, dancing, traveling, trying out new cities and restaurants, spending time with loved ones, listening to music, praying, and organizing. I strive to be a lifelong learner, and I am always seeking new opportunities to grow my clinical skills!

 

Schedule an appointment and together we can work on helping you lead a better, fuller and happier life and lifestyle

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Family Conflicts

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • LGBTQIA

  • Divorce

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

  • Eating Disorders

Marcia Eustache

LMHC

Hi and welcome! My name is Marcia Eustache. I have a Master Degree of Science in Mental Health Counseling and
Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice. I have over a decade experience working with Adults, Children, Teens, Young Adults and their families with mental health challenges. I am also trained in Christian and Substance Use counseling, Trauma Informed, Mindfulness, Couple Communication, Prepare Enrich, and Premarital Counseling. I am passionate about supporting, motivating and encouraging adults, youths, teens, children, young adults and families in the community I serve to make positive life choices that create long lasting changes in their personal lives and personal relationships. I have an array of experience working with Clients with Anxiety/Trauma/PTSD/Depression/Substance Use/ Anger Management, Social, Interpersonal, Academic and Behavioral Challenges at Home/School/Peers/Community, Exposure to Domestic and Community Violence/Substance Use/Sexual Exploitation, ADHD,
Client with DCF Involvement, and Involvement in the Criminal/Juvenile Justice Departments.

Implementing Evidence-Based Practices- Client Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Behavioral Therapy, Art Therapy, Social Cognitive, Solution Focused, Mindfulness, Music Therapy, Exposure to Natural, Exposure Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psycho-Education, Trauma Informed Therapy, Behavioral Modification, Rational Emotive Therapy, and Humanistic/Existential Approaches, (Carl Rogers/Victor Frankl/Abraham Maslow/ Gestalt/Adlerian). Let’s start your healing process with that little spark you have within you to become who you truly want to be in your world. In the event that you are unable to identify your spark, my skills are intended to guide your process, whatever that may be!!!

Ages:

Adolescents 12+

Adults

In reviewing this, you have taken the first step toward the life you envision. I hope you take the time to make an appointment to meet with me and gauge if it is a good fit for what you want to accomplish. I can't promise what will happen if you engage in therapy, but it has brought immense relief to many people. Turns out we're still human, but with much more understanding of oneself, and able to make better choices.

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Family Conflicts

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • LGBTQIA

  • Divorce

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

  • Eating Disorders

Juliett St. Louis

LICSW | Staff Co-ordinator

Works with: Adolescent, Young adults, Adults and Seniors Therapy Approach: Initial therapy session can feel a bit business-like, so my first goal is be welcoming and set a warm and comfortable tone. During therapy, I hope that we can work through barriers that can help you better understand what you’re experiencing. Generally, you’ll be the one directing the session. However, through guidance, support and active listening, therapy sessions will allow us to spend time exploring ways for you to grow and increase self-acceptance.

As your therapist you can expect to spend some time discussing challenging situations, emotions, and behaviors that have or is affecting your life. In addition to this, certain topics may lead us to speaking on thoughts in your mind from the present or past, which will allow us to establish thoughts and behavior patterns that might be contributing to distress, anxiety, depression, or etc. This will allow us to explore the connection between your unconscious mind and your actions. Another approach may involve sessions that work on developing skills to cope with distressing or challenging situations. In this way you can learn how to accept and deal with difficult emotions when or if they should arise. The last process, will involve termination of therapy, which will include looking back on the course of treatment and saying goodbye.

As your therapist, I would expect the therapeutic journey will allow us to walk through your life experiences, dilemmas, and struggles that are important to you. I hope at the end of therapy, you will become the best version of you, to achieve your life goals.

Professional Training:

Rhode Island University: Bachelor of Arts

Wheelock College:  Master of Social Work

Walden University:  Master of Health Administration

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Family Conflicts

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • LGBTQIA

  • Divorce

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

  • Eating Disorders

Widline Pyrame

INTERN

Hi, I’m Widline Pyrame, dedicated to fostering mental wellness and empowerment. I earned my Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Salem State University before pursuing my Master's in Social Work at Wheelock College. My journey towards becoming a therapist began during my undergraduate studies, where I developed a passion for understanding human behavior and the intricacies of the mind.With a foundation in psychology, I transitioned into in-home therapy, emphasizing the importance of the family unit in overall well-being. I strongly believe in the power of positive self-esteem and self-image, drawing from my experiences working with children, teens, and families to address anxiety, depression, and emotional stability.Specializing in adolescents (ages 12+), adults, and families, I utilize a range of modalities including Clinical Art Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Techniques, and Psychodrama. My areas of expertise include trauma resolution, depression, anxiety, life planning, parenting, childhood development, and anger management.Taking the step to seek support is courageous, and I’m here to accompany you on your journey towards healing and growth. Let’s work together to create a personalized plan that empowers you to thrive. You've got this!

Areas of Specialties:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Family Conflicts

  • Anger Management

  • Grief & Loss

  • LGBTQIA

  • Adoption & Foster Care

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Substance Related

  • ADHD, ADD

  • Eating Disorders

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Discover our unique approach to mental health practice, rooted in empathy and evidence-based techniques. With a philosophy centered on holistic care, we are dedicated to helping individuals achieve lasting mental wellness. Experience the difference today. Our compassionate team of experts is dedicated to helping you with providing personalized care that empowers you to live a fulfilling life. Take the first step towards healing with us today.

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