Russell has recieved a Bachelors in Psychology from Yale College, and a Masters of Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education (focusing on group, community, and organizational consultation).
Russell has 34 years experience as a mental health counselor helping all age groups in hospitals, residences, and outpatient settings. In counseling, Russell employs a mix of cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, and mindfulness approaches tailored to find the quickest solutions to problems and conflicts.
While Russell helps a variety of clients, he has particular interest in helping couples in conflict, guiding clients through life and career issues, helping clients with depression and anxiety, counseling children, providing family therapy, running therapy groups, and consulting with organizations around team building. ORussell wants his clients to understand that, "We all fall off the tracks every now and then. Due to increasing client demand, Thrive Counseling is now offering telephone counseling therapy and telephone life coaching services.
Want to see a counselor from Thrive, but live too far from our practice to attend in person. Lovern is a Christian psychologist with over 20 years of experience in the mental health field with children, adolescents and adults struggling with emotional and behavioral issues and those with traumatic exposures. Her primary area of interest is working with parents and children who are struggling with emotional and behavioral disorders, particularly those with traumatic exposures. Lovern completed her PhD in Counseling Psychology at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA.
She has also worked extensively with individuals of Caribbean descent with a particular focus on the mental health needs of immigrant populations and individuals of lower socioeconomic status.
She is a Staff Psychologist and Site Director for the Boston University Mental Health Counseling and Boston University Center for Mulitcultural Counseling Psychology Training programs in the section of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at Boston Medical Center. View or download this semester's list of courses along with the recommended tutors and drop-in hours for each course.
I'm incredibly excited to be able to be a peer tutor for my second time, and my last year here at Wheelock! Meghan LewisClass of 2017Special Education and Human Developmental Psychology; Political Science Minor Hi everyone!
Russ loves sports, playing music, dancing, writing funny letters, and creativity in general.

He has 21 years experience providing emergency psychiatric evaluations and emergency interventions with children and families in crises (involving suicidality, homicidality, psychosis, substance abuse), and Russell has 12 years experience doing the same emergency psychological care with adult populations. Other significant areas of interest include parent management training, consultation, liaison with medically ill pediatric patients in the hospital setting, crisis intervention, long-term effects of foster care placement and resilience.
She completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at Boston Medical Center in Boston, MA and is licensed in the state of Massachusetts. Moseley has done presentations and consultations on understanding the mental health needs of children in foster care, having a trauma focused perspective in a classroom setting and treating behavioral problems in children including parent management training for oppositional behaviors in pre-school and latency aged children. Moseley completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at Union College in a joint program with Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Nebraska. I have a passion for the theatre, and I have been actively involved in acting and singing since I was about nine years old. My name is Danielle Guinan, and I am currently a sophomore originally from Colchester, Connecticut. Though very aware of how difficult life can be, Russell tries to be as playful and creative as possible in his counseling work. In treatment with Russell, counseling is viewed as a holding environment and a "safe haven" where clients can experience their fears and struggles safely and their "selves" more fully and powerfully.
She has experience in evidence based treatments for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Moseley has also provided comprehensive treatment in the areas of child welfare, foster care, community psychology, partial hospitalization and residential treatment for children and adolescents. Her presentations and consultations also include treatment of traumatic grief in children, depressions across the lifespan, resilience and spirituality, Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACoA) in the college setting, trauma focused treatment, parental empowerment and physician engagement in the wake of the Haiti earthquake. She earned her Master's degree in Human Services Psychology at LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA and completed her PhD in Counseling Psychology at Temple University, also in Philadelphia, PA.
Moseley is also a member of the American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association and the American Association of Christian Counselors.
I'm originally form Marion, MA, a small town on the South Coast, but I'm happy to call Boston my second home.
I am originally from Long Island, New York, but I have lived in Vermont for the last couple of years.

I have loved my time at Wheelock so far, and I am looking forward to being more involved on campus this year.
During my time with City Year, I worked in a fourth grade classroom helping students who were struggling in school.
I am a lacrosse goalie at Wheelock and have been named the Number One Statistical Champion in Division 3 NCAA for the past two years.
I am a diligent and extremely organized student who has a particular passion for psychology. Moseley also specializes in marriage and family therapy, including work with interracial couples, multiracial individuals and blended families. Moseley is a co-founder and former Chief Operations Officer of Germantown Psychological Associates. This is where I realized that I have a passion for teaching so I decided to come to Wheelock. I am a Social Work major hoping to specialize in geriatrics and eventually work in law with social policy.
She has also conducted lectures in the pre-doctoral training and psychiatry resident training programs at Boston Medical Center. I have grown so much academically and I look forward to sharing what I have learned to help other students!
Come by during my office hours and I'll be happy to help brainstorm for an essay, prepare for a test, discuss course readings, or anything in between! I am excited to be a peer tutor, as I love being able to help people in any way I can and often look for creative ways that suit one's individual learning style and abilities.

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