Russell Johnson, MA, LCMHC – Director

Russell received his Master of Art in Psychology degree from Assumption College. He specializes in working with individuals, couples, families with a focus on interpersonal relationships. He utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy as well as systems therapy.


Amy E. Lewis, MA, LCMHC

Amy earned her Master’s of Counseling degree from Antioch University. She specializes in anxiety, depression, personality disorders, pain management and interpersonal relationships. Her treatment approaches include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and motivational interviewing.


Janice Long, MSW, LICSW

Janice earned her Master of Social Work from Boston University. Her specialty areas include, ADHD, bipolar disorder, pain management, PTSD and evaluations for gastric procedures. She utilizes dialectical behavioral therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy.


Ed Mahoney, M.Th, D.Min, LPP

Ed holds a Doctor of Ministry degree in Pastoral Psychotherapy from Andover Newton Theological School. He specializes in grief therapy, couple and relationship counseling, and depression. His treatment approach is largely influenced by Bowen’s family systems theory and Shear’s complicated grief model.


 Mark Powers, MSW, MBA

Mark earned a Master of Social Work from Boston University and an MBA from the University of New Hampshire. Specializations include couples in conflict, trauma, complicated grief, mood disorders, anger management and personal well-being. Mark utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy for distress and cognitive processing therapy for PTSD.


Jutka Varhegyi, MA, LCMHC

Jutka earned her Master of Counseling Psychology degree from Notre Dame College. She specializes in depression, anxiety, PTSD, interpersonal relationships and grief.  Her treatment approaches include cognitive behavioral therapy and solution focused treatment.


Catherine Vasilopoulos, MA, LCMHC

Catherine earned her MA in Counseling from the University of North Dakota. Specializations include depression, anxiety, interpersonal relationships, trauma, grief and substance use disorder. Catherine integrates cognitive behavioral therapy and a person-centered approach to counseling, and interventions are based on one’s interest in and readiness for change.