Stoney Brook Counseling Center

 
 
 

2 Courthouse Lane, Suite #3
Chelmsford, MA 01824
Phone: (978) 275-9444
Fax: (978) 275-9918
info@chs-pc.com

Hours:
Monday - Friday: 9AM - 7PM

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Meet the Team


 
 

Beverly D’Angelo, LICSW

Beverly D’Angelo joined our team in 2019, and has been licensed as a Social Worker for over 30 years. Beverly was in private practice for 8 years, and has experience in working with active duty military individuals at Hanscom Air force base. She sees clients ages 12 and older.

Beverly specialties in working with the VA population, PTSD, trauma, anxiety with a cognitive behavioral therapy approach.

Languages spoken: English

 
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Paul Ezzy, MA

Paul Ezzy has been with SBCC since 2017, and has been practicing therapy for over a year. He received his MA, B.S., and B.A. from William James College. Paul serves clients from 16 through 69 years old. He belongs to the American Counseling Association and Massachusetts Mental Health Counselors Association.

Paul’s clinical interests include depression, anxiety, LGBTQ issues, PTSD, and phobias. He uses an eclectic approach to psychotherapy, including CBT, person-centered, and expressive arts. Paul’s hobbies include art, filmmaking, acting, wood-working, and exercising.

Languages spoken: English

 
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Hannah Matsubara, MSW

Hannah has five years of experience implementing treatment with children and adolescents and received her Master’s in Social Work from Salem State University. She has advanced training in the treatment of developmental trauma. She cares a lot about exploring the intersectionality between how race, culture, class, and other sociopolitical structures impact individual and community identity development, mental health, wellness, and a sense of belonging in the world. Her clinical practice is grounded in relational and feminist psychotherapy, liberation healing, and evidenced-based trauma-informed care; she prioritizes therapeutic interventions that support people in recognizing, honoring, and building upon their internal resilience as a source of joy and power.

 
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Diane Reed-Hunt, MSW, LICSW

Diane has been with Stoney Brook Counseling Center since February of 2016. She attended Boston College's Graduate School of Social Work for her MSW. She belongs to the National Association of Social Workers. Diane sees client's ages 18 and older.

Languages spoken: English

 
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Khristan Shields, LMHC

Khristan has been with SBCC since 2017 and has over 20 years of clinical experience. She obtained her Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Rivier University. Khristan belongs to the APA (American Psychological Association), ACA (American Counseling Association), and is licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Allied Mental Health. She serves clients between the ages of 8-85. 

Her clinical specialties include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Client Centered Therapy and Mindfulness. Khristan works with the treatment of Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Substance Abuse, PTSD, Harm Reduction, Body Image Issues, Behavioral Disorders and ADHD. When not at work, Khristan enjoys reading, photography, hiking, and animal rescue.

Languages spoken: English

 
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Sheila Tucke, MSW, LICSW

Sheila has been working as a therapist for over 25 years. She graduated from Fitchburg University with her MSW.  She sees clients ages 21 and older.

Sheila's clinical specialties include relationships, parenting, identity, work and careers, depression, anxiety, trauma, school and education, gender, and cultural issues.

Languages spoken: English

 
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Ariana Viscione, MSW, LCSW

Ariana Viscione (she/her/hers) joined the team at Comprehensive Health Services in June 2018. She obtained her B.S. from Fitchburg State University in 2015, and her MSW from Salem State University in May 2018, and earned her LCSW in December 2018. Ariana also serves as the Coordinator of School Based Counseling with CHS, which aims to serve elementary and middle schools in Lowell and Chelmsford. Ariana has worked in a number of settings, including multiple school placements, community-based roles (including in-home therapy and special education advocacy), as well as within the realm of juvenile justice and adult day-health. Her professional affiliations include the Federation for Children with Special Needs as well as the Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Commission (MDDC). Ariana is available to guest lecture in colleges and universities throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire. 

Ariana has experience working across the lifespan with a myriad of emotional, social, and psychological disorders, but specializes in adolescent and young adults (ages 11-30) as well as individuals struggling with physical and developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum, LGBTQIA and identity issues, those struggling with transitioning out of prison or jail, homelessness and or financial struggles, as well as those struggling with substance use and mood disorders.

Languages spoken: English

 
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Sherrie Vlahakis, MA, LSC

Sherrie Vlahakis has been a licensed counselor for over 20 years. She graduated with a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University. Sherrie has worked for many years as a LSC licensed school counselor and therapist.

Sherrie’s clinical specialties include: stress, parenting, school issues, relationships, LGBTQ, anxiety, coping skills, spirituality, life transitions, self-esteem, divorce, peer relationships, infidelity, family conflict, and more. She uses treatment modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness -Based (MBCT), Multicultural, Person-Centered, Relational, Strength-Based, and Eclectic. Sherrie treats Adolescents aged 14+, Adults, and Elders. She sees individuals, couples, and families.


 
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Stephanie Wensink, MSW, LCSW

Stephanie graduated in May 2019 from Boston College with her Masters in Clinical Social Work and now holds an LCSW. Prior to pursuing the field of social work, Stephanie worked in elementary education as a lead kindergarten teacher for 5 years in her home state of Wisconsin. 

Stephanie practices self care by playing music on her harp, watching movies, and snuggling with her little dog. Stephanie often likes to utilize music, art, and/or play in many of her treatment approaches with both children and adult clients. She has had training in Motivational Interviewing and Grief Counseling, as well as experience in caring for individuals with severe mental and physical disabilities. Stephanie sees clients aged 3 years and older. Her clinical specialties include: depression, anxiety, stress management, women’s health, self-esteem, body image issues, grief/death, panic disorders, and trauma.

Spoken Language: English