Rachael O’Toole, Practice Owner
Rachael O’Toole holds a BA from the College of the Holy Cross, an MSW (Master’s in Social Work) from Rutgers University, and a Graduate Certificate in Change Management from Cornell. Rachael has spent her career working with people who are adapting to changing life circumstances such a birth, family changes, divorce, a diagnosis, or a loss. Additionally, Rachael specializes in working with anxiety and depression. She finds her passion in respectfully working with individuals and families to create the change they seek in their lives. Rachael provides a grounded and compassionate space for therapy. Rachael is dedicated to the work of therapy, believing it can support improved communication, relationships, and confidence; allowing you to thrive, flourish, and become your best self.
Taylor Neil her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology in Couples and Family Therapy from Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. Taylor has worked with children and adolescents with various behavioral challenges, mood disorders, mental health concerns, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. She has also worked with adolescents, adults, couples, families, and groups addressing mental health concerns, addictions, and relationship issues.
Taylor’s therapeutic approach is eclectic with elements of psychodynamic, trauma focused CBT, narrative, and expressive arts therapy. Taylor believes that the therapeutic relationship is the most important factor in therapy and with the help of humor, she brings a non-judgmental and laid back approach to therapy. In her free time, Taylor enjoys spending time with her dog, Little Dude, and doing anything creative!
April McCarthy received her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from William James College. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a member of the American Counseling Association. In her time as a mental health counselor, April has worked with youth, families, and adults in outpatient, community home-based, school, and residential settings. Her clinical practice is grounded in using a diverse variety of techniques that foster a supportive environment where people can be their true selves and find their internal resiliency. April’s clinical experience includes working with those who have experienced anxiety, mood disorders, behavioral challenges, difficult transitions, stress, trauma, and perinatal mental heath. In her free time, April loves to read, craft, volunteer, and spend time with her family.