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When life gets tough, we could all use a helping hand. Sometimes we benefit from the help of a counselor, therapist, or psychiatrist. If you are struggling with a major life transition or mental health challenge, we would love to help connect you with a trusted professional.

Counseling Referrals

Dr James Manganello

PhD, MPH, Board Certified Expert
in Traumatic Street (BCETS)

Location: Online
(telehealth only)

PHONE: 617-733-4716


Specialties: anxiety, depression, trauma

Ages: Adults

*Christian counseling available on request

Benjamin Leahy

Licensed Mental Health
Counselor (LMHC)

Location: Hyannis or Online

PHONE: 774-251-9343


Specialties: anxiety, depression, behavior therapy, parent coaching

Ages: Adolescent and Adult

*Christian counseling available on request

Learn more about Ben

Lillian Edmonds

Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)

Location: Online (telehealth only)

PHONE: 978-500-9786


Specialties: anxiety, depression, domestic violence issues, trauma

Ages: Adults

*Lillian uses traditional mental health modalities, incorporating a Christian worldview.

Jeffrey Gaudet

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW)

Location: Mashpee, Online

Contact: 774-481-5056

Specialties: depression, anxiety, chronic illness, spirituality, life transitions

Ages: Adults

*Christian counseling focus

Learn more about Jeff.

Henry Knight

Licensed Mental Health Clinician (LMHC)

Location: Online (telehealth only)

PHONE: 774-247-0087


Specialties: spiritual, emotional, and relational issues

Ages: Adults

*Christian counseling focus

Can't Find What You're Looking For?
Contact your primary care doctor/pediatrician for a full list of local counselors, therapists, or psychiatrists.

Let’s figure out your next step, together.

We can usually navigate life’s challenges one our own, with help from family and friends. But there are times when we need additional help from a pastor, doctor, or counselor. Here are a few indicators that it might be time to seek professional help:
- Stress is preventing you from functioning in a healthy, productive way or is significantly impacting your quality of life.

- You’re struggling to resolve a situation through your normal ways of coping.

- You’re attempting to cope through the overuse of drugs, alcohol, or by other means that are destructive to you or others.

- You are overwhelmed to the point where negative emotions dominate your thoughts; you may feel hopeless, or lose interest in things that used to bring you joy.

- Negative thoughts are preventing you from thinking clearly and making healthy decisions.

- You’re experiencing heightened social conflict (among family, friends, or co-workers), or a desire for increased social withdrawal that is difficult to control.
If that sounds like you, it may be time to seek outside help. Take this free, anonymous screening to better understand your symptoms, and figure out what kind of professional might be best for you. (If you are a parent, use this Pediatric Symptom Checklist for your child).

Still not sure where to turn?
We’d love to help.

Let us know how we can help below, and we’ll be in touch. Or, you can contact us directly anytime by email or by calling 508-540-6884.

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