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Laura Bishop, MA, LICSW

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

Originally from upstate New York, Laura received her Masters in Pastoral Studies from St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry in 2004. Boston College brought her to Massachusetts and she received a Masters of Social Work in 2014. Laura is comfortable meeting people wherever they are on their life journey and is willing to integrate spirituality and faith life into practice at the invitation of the Client. Laura has expertise working with children, teens, and adults who are survivors of trauma, as well as those living with adjustment issues, depression, anxiety, and other areas of psychological distress. She incorporates several modalities into therapy such as play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, grounding techniques and mindfulness, and narrative therapy. Laura practices both individual as well as couples therapy. Laura believes that the ministry of presence and active listening are essential to helping people feel safe to share, learn, and grow on their path towards healing and wholeness.


Please inquire for specific availability.


Locations: Hanson and Brockton


Phone: 781-826-0011 ext. 235


Barbara Bowe, MA

Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology

Saybrook University

I received my Master's in Clinical Psychology from Saybrook University in California where I am currently earning my PhD- also in Clinical Psychology. I have several years of clinical experience as a therapist and joined PCSSS at the beginning of July of 2021. 


I take a person-centered integrative approach in my work with clients that often draws on depth and insight-oriented psychotherapy, spirituality and energy psychology, mindfulness, dreamwork, feminist theory, strengths-based therapy, creativity, hypnotherapy and parts work.


I especially enjoy helping womxn struggling with body image dissatisfaction, self-esteem issues, and disordered eating. I welcome clients seeking to integrate their spirituality into their therapy. Fat friendly, queer and BIPOC allied.


Locations:  TBD (currently telepsychology only)


Phone:  781-826-0011 ext. 241

Availability:  Monday 12 PM - 6 PM, Tuesday 11 AM - 5 PM, Wednesday 11 AM - 5 PM, Thursday 1 PM - 7 PM

Frank Cavallo, Counselor, LMHC, LMFT Licensed Family Therapist

Frank Cavallo, PhD, LMHC, LMFT

Assistant Clinical Supervisor

Licensed Mental Health Counselor & Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Clinical Fellow

Dr. Cavallo is licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor serving couples, families, individuals and groups. He works with couples that are experiencing a loss of connection, as well as communication and intimacy difficulties. He works with separated and divorced couples to identify and navigate through conflict and challenges. Dr. Cavallo also specializes in coaching men and women who are working through life transitions.

“My clients come from all walks of life and include those have a Christian faith background and worldview. I am grateful for the opportunity to come alongside others when they are going through difficult times.  Providing clinical supervision to masters level students and clinicians allows me to pay-it-forward while also helping me keep my clinical skills sharp and relevant.”​


Marriage Therapy

Pre-marital Counseling

Relationship Counseling


Solution Focused

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Emotionally Focused Therapy

Collaborative Couple Therapy


Dr. Cavallo holds both Master's and Doctorate degrees degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and has Master of Business Administration degree from Babson College. Dr. Cavallo completed an Ackerman Institute Externship in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, is certified in the Gottman Sound Marital House Case and Therapy Session studies and in Collaborative Couples Therapy.

Location: Various


Phone: 508-435-8282


Heidi Coughlin, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Heidi graduated with a Bachelors, (MS) and Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling from Springfield College, Boston Campus. Heidi is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with over 10 years experience assisting  children and families struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, self-esteem, self-harm, and emotional issues related to separation and divorce within the family.  She also has experience providing individual, couple and group therapy in the areas of grief and loss, chronic illness, adults living with ADHD, mood disorders, and relationship issues. Heidi utilizes elements of Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution-Focus Therapy, and Trauma-Focus Therapy.  Heidi uses a client-centered strength base approach, taking time to really think about a client's situation and meet them where they are, making sure they feel comfortable and safe, and empowering hope, healing and a positive outlook for the future.


Location: Braintree, Brockton, and Hanson


Phone: 781-826-0011 ext. 236


Dolores Craig, MS, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor


Dolores graduated in the spring of 2006 from UMass Boston with an M.S. in Mental Health Counseling. She has been working in the field for over 8 years and uses an eclectic approach of CBT, role play, mindfulness, and positive psychology coupled with psychoeducation and literary reading/worksheets to reinforce newly learned skills and concepts. Dolores is a registered yoga teacher who enjoys assisting clients with learning mindfulness, relaxation, centering and meditation skills.


Location: Various


Phone: 781-826-0011 ext. 205

Richard Dagley, M.S. in Marriage and family counseling

Richard Dagley, MS

Marriage and Family Counselor


Rick has been a part-time counselor with the Pastoral Counseling Services of the South Shore since May 2011. He also did an internship with PCSSS in 2010-2011. Rick has a BA in English from Gordon College in Wenham, MA, and an MS in Marriage and Family Counseling from Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, MA. Rick counsels both children and adults, as well as couples. His passion is helping couples and families not only endure but thrive despite difficult circumstances. To that end, he has been leading a marriage enrichment group for the past four years.


Location: Hanover


Phone: 781-535-7444

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Laura Delaplain, PhD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Ordained United Methodist Minister, & Certified Spiritual Director


Dr. Delaplain holds over 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist.  Her specialties include aging and the search for meaning, healing from trauma, spiritually-integrated psychotherapy, and mindfulness.  As a licensed psychologist and ordained minister, Laura brings to the Institute a passion for the spiritual health and development of individuals and systems.  Before co-founding the Institute for Spiritual Life and Psychotherapy, Laura served for 25 years as Executive Director of the Norma Kent Pastoral Counseling Center in Abington, MA. 


In addition to one-on-one psychotherapy, Laura offers Spiritual Companionship, Guidance in Meditation Practices, and Professional Development through ISLP.


Location: Norwell and Hanover


Phone: 781-826-0011 ext. 201

Lois DiPasqua, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor


Lois has had extensive clinical experience with community mental health care. Lois specializes in women's issues, aging, family stabilization, management of major mental illness, and collateral consultation.

Location: Brockton


Phone: 774-281-0984

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Kyriaki FitzGerald, M.Div., Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Kyriaki FitzGerald, M.Div., Ph.D. serves as a pastoral psychotherapist, clinical psychologist, theologian, and educator.  For over three decades, Dr. FitzGerald has been working with men and women recovering from addictions, trauma, bereavement, and personal spiritual growth-related challenges. She has taught, presented, and published on topics related to Eastern Christian spirituality, theology, and women's studies and has served on a number of graduate theological faculties both in North America and abroad.  Her personal theology, spiritual practice and psychotherapeutic discipline are rooted in a deep commitment to "authentic relationship". She finds that people tend to become injured through "inauthentic" relating... The healing, "antidote" is revealed through a process of "authentic" relationships... even if these are not so perfect! Dr. FitzGerald is presently available for a limited number of telehealth clients who are interested in one-to-one psychotherapy seeking also to benefit from a more holistic approach to healing and living.

As an added value to her practice, Dr. FitzGerald is a fully trained EMDR practitioner (Levels I & II) and offers this clinically validated therapy to her own clients. She is also available for EMDR Adjunct Therapy with other clients from our agency, in collaboration with their psychotherapists and as deemed  appropriate.


Location: TBD

Email: TBD

Phone: 781-826-0011 ext. 238

Gayla Johnston, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor


Gayle specializes in working with children, adolescents, and families in significant distress. Gayle's background is in community mental health care.


Location: Hanover

Email: Not Applicable

Phone: 781-826-0011 ext. 213


Jace Langone, PsyD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist 

Not accepting new clients at this time.

I practice Spiritually-Integrated Psychotherapy, offering a space to explore how conflicts between one’s core values and actual life experience can hinder psychological well-being. I find inspiration in Humanistic and Transpersonal theories, and integrate various evidenced-based modalities, providing an eclectic, individualized treatment lens. My nearly decade-long practice in pastoral counseling, ongoing apprenticeships in Dreamshadow Transpersonal Breathwork and the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, and training in assimilating religio-spiritual practices into psychotherapy have allowed me to offer a therapeutic approach appreciative of wisdom traditions from around the world.


Grounded in the American folk psychology tradition, I encourage exploring personal meaning through a compassionate, paradoxical lens whereby shadow and light are held as equally potent and generative qualities of the same experience. My approach is akin to an experiential mysticism that has shaped the American experiment from its very beginning—a proverbial frontier that pushes the margins of experience and understanding beyond the allure of certainty, stagnation. By this frame, meaning is as courageously sought as it is surrendered, inviting your cooperation into the mysterious, creative potential by which you are alive.


Complementing a conversational approach to therapy whereby an emerging therapeutic friendship is the means of treatment, I also offer a variety of experiential interventions, such as focusing and guided imagery, various meditative and contemplative practices, shamanic drumming and divination, mandala drawing, and communing with nature, that empower by amplifying the perspective by which one’s life events are beheld. My clinical focus is in the treatment of trauma, major life adjustments, phase of life transitions, aging and life review, grief and loss, anxiety and depression, personal crises, and integrating exceptional states of consciousness. For a more in-depth perspective regarding my professional background and clinical practice, please visit

Insurances Accepted:  Beacon Health Strategies (NHP, BMC, Fallon),  BlueCross/BlueShield, Medicare, Optum Behavioral Health (Harvard Pilgrim,  United Behavioral Health, United Health Care), Tufts (commercial, public, GIC),  Cigna, Aetna, Unicare (GIC)

Location:  Virtual only at this time


Phone:  781-826-0011 ext. 212

Fax: 781-826-0012

Judith Mackenzie, LMHC, LMFT

Licensed Mental Health Counselor & Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Judy has been a pastoral counselor since 1999. In addition, she has extensive experience in community mental health. Areas of particular focus are severe trauma, chronic illness and mental illness, issues of giftedness, physical disability issues, and adults with ADHD. In addition to providing workshops for area Human Service agencies and churches, she serves as our Training Director. She works from a deep belief in the ability of the mind to know truth, and the spirit to heal and transcend.


Location: Brockton, Hanson and Hanover


Phone: 781-826-0011 ext. 203

Brian Massey, PhD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist


Dr. Massey has 20 years of clinical experience and 10 years of college teaching experience as a professor of psychology at Eastern Nazarene College, including in the Master's program in Marriage and Family Therapy. He earned his undergraduate degree in psychology from ENC, his Master's and Doctoral degrees in clinical psychology at the Derner Institute at Adelphi University, and completed an internship and fellowship from NYU College of Medicine.


Following the 9/11 attacks in New York, his work expanded to the area of psychological trauma, including coordinating trauma-focused treatment and research programs with trauma survivors and working with first responders. Since returning to the South Shore, Dr. Massey continues to work with a wide range of clients, including children, adolescents, and adults, as well as couples and families. He works from a primarily relational psychodynamic perspective, with an emphasis on family dynamics, and loves to help others explore how to live more fully engaged lives- personally, relationally and spiritually. He lives on the South Shore with his wife, twin daughters, and a menagerie of pets.


Location: Hanover


Phone: 617-745-3574


Albert Rice, MA

Pastoral Counseling


Albert became a staff member at Pastoral Counseling Services of the South Shore in May 2020. He is a graduate of Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia with a master’s degree in Pastoral Counseling. As an ordained minister for 43 years, and a pastor for 17 years, he has had diverse experience with people in many settings. During those years as an ordained minister he has provided counseling in the areas of pre-marital counseling, marriage and family counseling, depression, anxiety, anger management, and substance abuse related issues. Albert has a passion for helping people achieve workable and healthy solutions to their issues through compassionate therapeutic and empathetic interventions.

Location: Various


Phone: 781-826-0011 ext. 237

Anke Thorne, MS, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor


I have worked as a therapist for over 20 years and provide confidential counseling to individuals, couples, and families. I am a general practitioner with experience treating a broad variety of issues ranging from depression, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, relationship problems, premarital counseling, eating disorders, grief, parenting issues and others.

My theoretical approach to treating each person depends on the issue and your preference. I utilize person-centered and psychodynamic principles as well as cognitive-behavioral techniques. It is my goal to understand your concerns as well as your goals for counseling and to work collaboratively with you to achieve desired changes and insights.

I have a Christian faith background and am actively involved in my local church. I am happy to incorporate Christian and religious aspects into our work where appropriate. Therapy appointments can be held in English or German.


Location: Hanover


Phone: 781-826-0011 ext. 208

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Brad Thorne, MS, LMHC, NBCC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor & National Board Certified Counselor


Brad is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) and a National Board Certified Counselor who works primarily with late adolescents and adults.  His clinical work typically addresses issues of depression, anxiety, other mood disorders, relationships, and trauma.  He works with individuals and couples offering empathic, person-centered approaches, insight oriented and cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness practices.  He is on the faculty at Eastern Nazarene College where he directs the counseling, career, and health services and has taught as an Adjunct Professor in the graduate program in Marriage and Family Therapy.


Location: various

Phone: 781-826-0011 x229



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Eva Gonzalez

Clinical Intern, California Baptist University

Eva is a Clinical Intern coming to PCSSS from California Baptist University (CBU) in Riverside,

California. While she is currently living in Massachusetts, she is finishing her Master’s Degree in

Counseling Psychology, with an emphasis on marriage and family therapy, through CBU.


Cultural Diversity is at the core of Eva’s practice and she brings to us experience working

with individuals and families of various backgrounds. She has extensive knowledge about the

issues that cultural minorities face and is passionate about helping to navigate through those



Eva also has experience working with individuals with eating disorders and is educated in

crisis intervention. In addition, she will be working with couples, families, and individuals who

have anxiety, depression, other mood disorders, and trauma. She utilizes a person-centered

approach while drawing from various approaches to fit each client’s unique needs.


Therapy appointments can be held in English or in Spanish.

Location: TBD (currently telepsychology only)


Phone:  781-826-0011 ext. 243

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