Boston Child Study Center

ABOUT US

ABOUT

The Boston Child Study Center is a faculty practice dedicated to improving the lives of children, adolescents, young adults, and families through innovative evidence-based cognitive behavioral treatments. Our faculty hold positions at the Boston Child Study Center as well as clinical and academic appointments at top hospitals and universities including Harvard Medical School, The May Institute, McLean Hospital, Children’s Hospital Boston, and Boston University Center for Anxiety. This diverse breadth of experience allows us to provide expert services in the fields of:

Neuropsychological Assessment
Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Mindfulness & Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Exposure and Response Prevention (ExRP)
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Teacher-Child Interaction Training for Emotion Regulation (TCIT-ER)

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to eliminate the many barriers to state of the art assessments and treatments. On average, our patients report seeing upwards of 8-10 providers before reaching our doors. Families frequently struggle to find effective evidence-based mental health services and often see multiple providers without accessing the information, support, or relief they desperately need. Research on anxiety, mood, and behavioral disorders has identified treatments that effectively reduce suffering and help kids return to their childhood. However, the lack of public information about evidence-based treatment and the lack of consistency in mental health services make it increasingly difficult for families to identify effective providers of evidence-based treatment. This causes many families to feel increasingly defeated and negative about mental health services and the prospect of relief.

Our mission is to eliminate barriers to effective treatment by:

  1. Disseminating evidence-based assessment and treatment through comprehensive treatment teams at the individual, group, family, school, and community level.
  2. Increasing access to services through flexible and innovative delivery methods including, in-vivo community exposure therapy, mobile coaching, internet delivered interventions (telehealth), and public education and training of local community and school clinicians.

SERVICES

Initial Intake/Diagnostic Assessment

Effective treatment begins with effective assessment. We conduct comprehensive diagnostic assessments to ensure that the optimal treatment program is prescribed for your individual and family needs.  more

Treatment

There is an important difference between the treatments offered by many therapists in the community and those in empirical settings.  more

Telehealth

We are at an exciting crossroads between innovative psychological treatments and innovative technological advances. more

Neuropsychological testing

Neuropsychological testing is the most sophisticated method of assessment available to identify cognitive and learning strengths and weaknesses, as well as diagnose psychological problems.  more

FACULTY/STAFF

Dr. Ryan J. Madigan

DIRECTOR

Dr. Nathan Lambright

DIRECTOR

Dr. Marie-Christine André

POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW

Elisabeth Bryan, LCSW

LICENSED CERTIFIED SOCIAL WORKER / DBT THERAPIST

Nicole Cardona

COORDINATOR OF INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT SERVICES, CLINICAL & RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Dr. Lyvia Chriki

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Erin Clement, LICSW

DBT THERAPIST/CLINICIAN

Dr. Michele Deneys

MEDICAL DIRECTOR & CHILD/ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRIST

Brinna Durney

ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST

Dr. Fairlee Fabrett

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Ashley Flynn, M.A., LMHC

CLINICAL DIRECTOR

Emily Hartson

PRACTICE MANAGER

Dr. Beth Jerskey

DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Daniel Johnson

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Dr. Hart MacCardell

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST & SENIOR THERAPIST

Dr. Joshua Masse

DIRECTOR OF PARENT-CHILD INTERACTION THERAPY & YOUNG CHILD SERVICES

Dr. Rachel Merson

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST

Dr. Lyndsey Moran

POST-DOCTORAL CLINICAL FELLOW

Cora Mukerji, M.A.

CLINICAL EXTERN

Emily Pariseau, M.A.

CLINICAL EXTERN

Alexis A. Reid, M.A.

DIRECTOR, LEARNING AND ACADEMIC SERVICES

Dr. Kathryn Roeder

POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW

Dr. Amelia Rowley

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Dr. Julie Ryan

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Dr. Ashley Schwartzman

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Dr. Jackie Shapiro

DIRECTOR OF GROUP THERAPY & COLLEGE ADMISSIONS COACHING

Dr. Shilpee Sindwani

DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL TRAINING

Dr. Carolyn Snell

PEDIATRIC & CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Dr. Clemente Vega

NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST

Dr. Kaitlyn Wilbur

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Julianne Wilner, M.A.

CLINICAL EXTERN

Elyse Yarmosky, MSW

DBT THERAPIST

CLINICAL ASSISTANTS

Madeleine Rassaby

CLINICAL ASSISTANT

Alexis Smith

CLINICAL ASSISTANT

Elizabeth Wolock

CLINICAL ASSISTANT

BCSC ALUMNI

Kerrie Pieloch

CLINICAL EXTERN

Gerald Reid, M.A.

CLINICAL EXTERN

Christopher Rutt, M.A.

CLINICAL EXTERN

Lianna Wilson, M.A.

CLINICAL EXTERN

CONTACT US

We are excited to announce that we are moving from our Prudential Center office to 729 Boylston Street, 5th Floor, Boston, MA 02116 as of December 2016. Parking options will include parking at the Prudential Center Garage, Metered Parking, and $18 Valet Parking through the Lenox Hotel by using our Boston Child Study Center group name. We trust you will find our new location warmer and more efficient with our expanded facilities and services!
 

BOSTON CHILD STUDY CENTER

729 Boylston Street
5th Floor
Boston, MA 02116
+1 (857) 400-9211
info@bostonchildstudycenter.com

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CONTACT US

For more information about the Boston Child Study Center, please send us a message and we will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

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