Lisa Anderson, MSN, PMHNP-BC
Lisa Anderson is a board certified psychiatric nurse practitioner with over 30 years of nursing experience. Lisa will be offering psychiatric, medication management to adolescents and adults in the offices of Swansea Psychotherapy. She has worked as a school nurse for over ten years helping children and adolescents with their medical and psychological needs. Lisa will provide pharmacology services for patients with ADHD, mood disorders, anxiety, depression, PTSD, sleep disorders, behavioral disturbances, and more. Contact my office to schedule an appointment at 774-327-0060.
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (Post Graduate Certificate) from Regis College
Master of Science in Nursing Administration from La Roche University
Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Indiana University of Pennsylvania
If you wish to use your out-of-network benefits, you will be given a receipt to submit to your insurance carrier for reimbursement.
currently on an extended leave
Dr. Fallon obtained her undergraduate and mater’s degrees in clinical psychology from Connecticut College. She earned her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (now Williams James College). Dr. Fallon has worked with adolescents and adults for over sixteen years in a variety of clinical settings including college counseling centers, community mental health center, children’s inpatient hospital, pediatric psychopharmacology unit, and she has a specialty in treating medically stable clients coping with eating disorders following her post-doctoral training at the Cambridge Eating Disorder Center. Her other specialties include individual, couples and family therapy for those coping with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, and psychotherapy with young adults and college students. Dr. Fallon is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Rhode Island Psychological Association. Dr. Fallon takes a supportive and respectful strength-based approach to encourage growth and resilience with her clients. She is a licensed clinical psychologist in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and is a provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield, United, and Tufts Health Plans. Dr. Fallon offers morning, mid-day, and evening appointments Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday.
Chelsey Holland, LICSW
Seeking therapy can feel like a challenging step, but it is the first step towards healing and growth. I specialize in trauma treatment, where I provide a safe environment of support and encouragement for all of my clients. I work with children, adolescents, adults, and couples who are experiencing difficulty with relationships, anxiety/depression, and grief, among other challenges. I provide the opportunity to explore healthy changes to foster overall mental wellness. My therapeutic style encompasses a broad range of techniques, with an emphasis on an attachment and a psychodynamic approach. I believe that clients are the experts of their own experiences.
I have found that developing an individualized approach is the most effective way in meeting a client’s needs and goals. Let's work together to create the life you want!
Western Colorado University, Bachelor’s in Clinical Psychology.
Simmons College, Master’s in Social Work.
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
SMART (sensorimotor arousal regulation therapy) certified
ARC (attachment, regulation, competency) certified
Contact information: 508-801-3746 [email protected]
Jodie Rapping, LMHC
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 30 years of clinical experience. I have worked in a variety of settings, including an outpatient psychiatric practice, residential treatment, and public and special education schools. I use a cognitive behavioral approach, adapting interactions to meet the needs of each client as an individual. My goal is to work with you to manage and decrease the emotional struggles you are facing, enhance your ability to meet your goals, and find contentment and joy in your life.
Skidmore College University Without Walls, Bachelor’s in Human Services
Lesley University, Master’s in Counseling Psychology
Licenses and certifications:
Licensed Mental Health Counselor, School Social Worker/Adjustment Counselor,
Special Education Administrator
High school students, college students, and adults; individuals, couples, and families
Areas of Treatment:
Anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, transition, grief, personal growth
Massachusetts Mental Health Counselors Association
telephone: (401) 660-9067; email: [email protected]
Amanda Starr, LMHC
There are as many reasons to engage in counseling as there are types of people in this world. Maybe you have to manage chronic illness. You could be experiencing a life transition such as divorce, children leaving home, or loss of a loved one. Symptoms related to depression, anxiety, or a history of trauma or abuse could be interfering with your daily functioning. Often, people have challenges communicating effectively or managing crises with their spouses or their children. Counseling – sometimes quickly, sometimes with patience and time - can help with the process of stabilizing from the effects of these events, as well as helping us to better understand ourselves and where we belong in our families and communities.
Over the last 25 years, I have done home based family therapy in community mental health centers, been both the owner of and head teacher in a successful yoga studio, have provided outpatient counseling in several agency settings (Family Resources in Woonsocket and Jewish Family Service in Providence, RI), and am now in private practice at The Swansea Center for Psychotherapy. This experience has given me a chance to work with a wide variety of clients who come from diverse backgrounds and have differing challenges and concerns. There is no “one size fits all” in this work. Part of the expertise that I bring to the table lies in helping you to identify the tools, strategies and skills that are most effective in either resolving or decreasing the impact of the problem with which you need assistance.
Populations served: Individual, Couples & Family Therapy for Adolescents & Adults
Areas of Treatment:
Depression - Anxiety - Trauma - Grief - Loss - Relationship and/or Marital Problems - Life Transition - Stress - Chronic Pain - Problem Solving - Self Discovery
To set up an appointment, please call Amanda at 401-536-1387.
Education & Training: B.A. English Literature; Marshall University, Huntington WV
M.A. Clinical Psychology;
JFK University, Palo Alto, CA
Registered Yoga Teacher, 200 hour level
Family Institute of Cambridge: Intensive Program for Couples and Family Therapy
Trauma Institute of Boston, Dr. Eric Gentry of Florida State: Trauma Based Therapy, Trauma Based Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy Sensoriomotor Training Institute: Body Oriented Therapy, Mindfulness, Attachment and Trauma Therapy