Administrative Assistant & Client Concierge
Hello! I’m Julie (She, Her, Hers).
I’m so glad you found us!
If you’re scrolling through our website,
thinking about taking the next step toward feeling better,
it’s very likely that I may be the person who picks up the phone when you call.
Asking For Help Takes Courage
Asking for help takes courage, strength, and belief in yourself that you deserve to feel better.
You Do ! YOU Deserve to Feel Better
I know how hard and mind numbing it can be to navigate new systems, especially when so much these days has become automated, cold, and disconnected from human connection
And especially when the reason you’re reaching out in the first place may make it hard to gather the patience and executive functioning needed to find and access the *right* support that will help make things easier.
Let’s Get You the Support that’s Right for You
You’ve taken the first step by beginning that google search. By typing in the words that led you here.
By deciding it’s possible to feel better and by being curious enough to consider Hope.
I want to help make this process as seamless and uncomplicated as possible.
Here’s what I’d suggest next:
Read through our provider bios.
We want you to get a good feel for who we are and what we’re about!
Check out our Fees & Policies page.
We like to be as transparent as possible about what therapy entails.
Gives us a call or send an email through our portal.
I look forward to talking with you soon!
Ready to Begin?
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I received my BS in Psychology from Endicott College.
After working for Head Start and Early Intervention in the Boston area, I had an opportunity to pursue my love of film and moved to Los Angeles, where I worked in the film and television industry for many years.
These days when I’m not working, being outside in nature with my family is my happy place. We try to carve out as much time as we can for hiking, biking and adventuring through the woods and mountains. We also appreciate the value of a good dance party. I still have a deep love of cinema, so it’s not unusual to find me curled upon the couch in my downtime enjoying a great (or not) film.