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Jennifer Torres Perez

Jennifer Torres Perez is a consultant, trainer, and clinician specializing in mental health services, psychological evaluations, individual psychotherapy, family counseling and group therapy. Jennifer has experience treating severe complex trauma and is trained in several evidence-based treatments including Family Systems, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Narrative Talk Therapy and Mindfulness. Jennifer practices a client lead approach with an empowerment focused perspective. Her specialties include anxiety, depression, grief, stress, and trauma. Jennifer serves a diverse cliental, working with adolescents, young adults, adults, and prenatal/postnatal mothers.

Jennifer has undergone trainings to conduct psychological evaluations of torture survivors with Physicians for Human Rights and the Brown Human Rights Asylum Clinic. She’s an Adjunct Professor at Rhode Island College's School of Social Work and has experience developing and facilitating community trainings to educate multidisciplinary teams on trauma informed care. Jennifer is an Independently Licensed Clinical Social Worker, in the State of Rhode Island and graduated from Boston University, School of Social Work focusing on clinical practice. Jennifer also holds an Master's in Business Administration and a C.A.G.S in Human Resources Management from Johnson & Wales University.

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Evelyn Veloz-Rocheleau

Evelyn Veloz Rocheleau is a clinician specializing in mental health services, psychological evaluations, individual psychotherapy, and family counseling. Evelyn has experience treating complex trauma and is trained in several evidence-based treatments; including Family Systems, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Narrative Talk Therapy, Hypnotherapy and Mindfulness. Evelyn practices a client lead approach with an empowerment focused perspective. Her specialties include anxiety, depression, grief, stress, and trauma. Evelyn works with a diverse cliental including young adults, adults, the elderly and prenatal/postnatal mothers.

Evelyn has undergone trainings to conduct psychological evaluations of torture survivors with Physicians for Human Rights and the Brown Human Rights Asylum Clinic. Evelyn is an Independently Licensed Clinical Social Worker, in the State of Rhode Island and graduated from Boston University, School of Social Work focusing on clinical practice.

Melisa Nunes

Melisa Nunes is a dedicated mindful holistic counselor with a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is committed to nurturing the mental and emotional health of her clients, in addition to their well-beings. With a diverse background and proficiency in four languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Cape Verdean- Creole, Melisa creates a safe space for clients of various backgrounds through empathy and active listening.

Melisa's therapeutic style seamlessly integrates mindfulness techniques, emphasizing the crucial mind-body connection. With years of experience as a Certified Lactation Counselor and ongoing development in Prenatal and Postpartum care, coupled with a certificate in Substance Abuse Counseling, she actively pursues specialization in Trauma Work.

In addition to Melisa's holistic approach, she possesses experience working with individuals across the lifespan. She understands the unique challenges faced by children, teens, and parents, as well as the complexities of adulthood. Whether it is supporting adolescents navigating the challenges of adolescence, assisting children in developing coping mechanisms, guiding parents through various parenting stages, or helping adults navigate life's transitions, Melisa's goal is to foster holistic health and well-being through a personalized and empathetic counseling experience. Melisa believes in a comprehensive approach to promoting wellness, incorporating inclusive practices. With Melisa, one will embark on a transformative journey towards self-exploration and processing to achieve inner balance.

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Mandy Moran

Mandy Moran is a literary and compassionate licensed therapist.



She is bilingual in English and Spanish. Mandy is specialized in trauma, mental health, Autism, body acceptance, chronic illness, and grief work. She uses her fluidity to work with clients of all ages and provides individual psychotherapy, couples therapy, group therapy, and family counseling. Mandy has a curious heart and honors the therapeutic relationship between practitioner and client. As an avid reader, she is knowledgeable of the history of therapy and strives to provide a safe and inclusive space. With firm beliefs in neurodiversity, and meeting clients where they are at in their journeys. Mandy uses her undergraduate degree in English Literature combined with her vast clinical experience to employ various treatment modalities to support her clients.

 

Her therapy approach uses a mix of evidence, science, and spiritual-based interventions. Additionally, Mandy is skilled in: Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy, Existentialism, and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT). To continue, Mandy utilizes holistic approaches in practice by incorporating Mindfulness, Expressive Arts, Literature, Intuitive Eating and Somatic Interventions. She has undergone trainings to conduct psychological evaluations of torture survivors with Physicians for Human Rights and the Brown Human Rights Asylum Clinic.

 

Mandy has recently obtained an Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Specialist certification. Mandy is also in the process of getting her Pet Assisted Therapy certification with her bunny named Finn.

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