Dr. Hanya Bluestone
Chief Executive Officer & Forensic Psychologist
Francine Parsons, CAP, OM
Office Manager & Intake Coordinator
Francine Parsons earned their associate degree in business administration in 1990. They are a veteran and have earned professional certification as a Certified Administrative Professional with a specialty in organizational management. Francine is passionate about LGBTQ+ issues especially as they pertain to the transgender community. They enjoy collecting antique business machines, books, and is a sci-fi nerd.
Dr. Hayden Duggan
Therapist & Forensic Evaluator
Hayden Duggan, Ed.D. earned his bachelor’s degree in 1969 at Harvard University, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He received his doctorate in education from Harvard University in 1977. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and a forensic psychologist. He has served as a Deputy Fire Chief for the town of Hubbardston, an EMT-I for the Barre Rescue Squad, and the Chief Psychologist for the Boston Police Department and for Boston EMS. Hayden has extensive experience evaluating and treating adolescents, adults, and families. He is EMDR trained and is specialized in trauma, fire-setting, crisis intervention, substance abuse treatment, and relationship issues. Dr. Duggan is passionate about working with emergency service providers and their families. Hayden loves helping others overcome obstacles and achieve greater well-being.
Scott Mentzer, LMHC
Marissa Garrity, M.A.
Brittany Price, LICSW
Clinical Director & Forensic Evaluator
Brittany Price, MSW, LICSW earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Providence College in 2018. She received her master’s degree in social work through the Advanced Standing Program at Boston University in 2019. She is trained in CBT, CR for PTSD, Motivational Interviewing, EMDR, and is a certified SMART Recovery group facilitator. Brittany fosters an eclectic psychotherapy approach to accommodate client’s needs while incorporating a psychodynamic theory lens to her individual therapy practice. She has a passion for advocating for those experiencing their first episode of psychosis, individuals with dual diagnosis, survivors of childhood trauma, and those struggling with both mental illness and intellectual disability. Brittany loves working with children, adolescents, and transitional age youth (18-26) in individual therapy. She is a proud dog mom of two and enjoys the performing arts.
Andrea Jepson, LCSW
Andrea Jepson, MA, MSW, LCSW, earned her bachelor’s degree in education and masters degrees in both human communication studies and in social work. She completed her advanced clinical internship working as a child trauma clinician. She practices from a CBT and a trauma focused framework and is trained in EMDR. Andrea began her career as a teacher working with high school and middle school students and has extensive experience working with teenagers and families. She is committed to helping children, families, and couples work through their ongoing personal, mental, and social challenges. She loves walking her dogs, superhero movies, and reading.
Jennifer Carlson, Ph.D, LCSW
Dr. Jennifer Carlson, Ph.D., CEM®, LCSW is a therapist with Labyrinth and a New England emergency management expert, facilitator, speaker, trainer, university faculty member, writing professional, and author. In her emergency management role she has deployed to disasters from Hurricane Katrina to the Boston Marathon bombing while working with the American Red Cross and the State of Massachusetts. She is also a faculty member and an Assistant Professor in the Social Work Program at Anna Maria College.
Dr. Carlson holds the Certified Emergency Manager (CEM®) certification and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who specializes in grief and non-grief loss counseling (such as divorce, life challenges, etc.). Jennifer loves reading, writing, classical and acoustic music, and spending time with her adult son Chris.
Mary King, M.A.
Mary King, M.A. earned her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Anna Maria College in 2021. Mary’s theoretical orientation is relational, solution-focused, and systems-oriented. She has clinical experience treating adults, children, teens and families. Mary has developed and facilitated trauma-informed programs for both parents and teachers. These programs teach individuals skills that can help them meet the mental health needs of children without making drastic changes in their day-to-day lives. In her free time, Mary does intuitive and energy readings. She also enjoys kickboxing, reading, and singing to her birds.
Seth Window is a fifth-year student in the PsyD program at Rivier University. Seth is specializing in School Psychology and Counseling. He completed school-based training in Chelmsford School District and neuropsychological training at the Memory and Aging Program at Brown University’s Butler Hospital. He began his career helping to develop and manage an out-of-school youth program. This program assisted students who had withdrawn from high school overcome barriers to achieve academic, occupational, and personal success. Seth loves traveling, baseball history, and spending time with family.