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Paul E. Greenfield, EdD: 
Dr. Greenfield is the director of North Shore Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Associates (NSPBM). He received his doctorate in counseling psychology at Boston University and a post-doctoral degree in clinical psychopharmacology at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP). He is a member of the Allied Health Medical Staff at North Shore Medical Center and Melrose/Wakefield Hospital.

Dr. Greenfield specializes in mood disorders, including anxiety and depression, as well as stress-related disorders and medical illness management. His practice philosophy is to meet clients where they are “at”; therefore, he uses a blend of evidence-based behavioral approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), insight-oriented psychodynamic therapies, grief therapy, and short- or long-term psychotherapy.

Dr. Greenfield also specializes in behavioral medicine, an interdisciplinary field of medicine that integrates psychophysiological therapies such as biofeedback, hypnosis, relaxation training, and CBT. Behavioral medicine integrates knowledge from the biological, behavioral, and psychological aspects of health in order to create a holistic approach to treating physical and mental illness. Research suggests that physical conditions are influenced by stress and poor health behaviors. Changing behavior can cause improved health, coping ability, and wellness.

When appropriate, Dr. Greenfield employs a behavioral medicine approach to help clients manage chronic illness, medication, stress, and anxiety.


Gini Goulet, LMHC: .
Ms. Goulet received her masters in counseling psychology from Lesley College in 1982. Her training is in group therapy, grief therapy, women and relationships, substance abuse, and the effects of growing up in a substance abuse-based and/or dysfunctional family.

In practice for 29 years, Ms. Goulet has been with NSPBM for 10 years.

Florrie Johnson PsyD

Florrie Johnson, PsyD: 
Dr. Johnson received her doctor of psychology degree from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) in 1992. She received training at the Family Center/ Kantor Family Institute and the Cambridge Family Institute.

Dr. Johnson works with families, children, and adults as well as couples. Her areas of interest include women's issues, anxiety, school issues, and adolescent separation.

Greg Healey

Greg Healey, LICSW: 
Mr. Healey received his masters degree in social work from Simmons College and has more than 15 years of experience providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples, families, and groups. Greg works with adolescents, young adults, and adults with a variety of learning, attentional, and developmental challenges including Asperger's syndrome and autistic spectrum disorder.

Mr. Healey works with many patients who are experiencing the effects of growing up in a stressful and/or traumatic early environment. These patients often need help in developing better stress management/self care skills, as well as help in finding a greater sense of freedom and satisfaction in their lives. Related areas of focus include: coping with anxiety and depression, anger management, relationship challenges, and addiction and codependency issues


Thomas DiStefano, Jr. LMHC:   
Mr. DiStefano received his bachelors in psychology from Westfield State University and his masters in mental health counseling from Salem State University.

He is trained in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Eye movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR), pragmatic social skills training for those with autism/Asperger's syndrome, and anger management. Mr. DiStefano specializes in pre-teen and adolescent therapy, family and group therapy, and autism spectrum disorder.


Joanne Brown, LICSW: 
Ms. Brown received her masters in social work at Salem State University. She worked for the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health as a case manager, eligibility specialist, and supervisor for adult and young adult individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.

In her private practice, she works with adults, young adults, the elderly, couples, and families. Primary areas of specialty include low self-esteem; verbal, emotional, physical, and sexual abuse; depression; anxiety; conflicts in significant relationships; loneliness; isolation; divorce; and chronic or catastrophic illness.

Linda Hardiman, RN, CS

Linda Hardiman, RN, CS: 
Ms. Hardiman is a psychiatric clinical nurse specialist and is board-certified to prescribe medications. She has provided medication management services to geriatric and adult populations for 30 years.

Ms. Hardiman received her nursing degree from Boston College and has worked as a nurse in the Army nurse corp, as well as in medical-surgical nursing and pediatrics. 

Kristine Celona-Mucci LICSW

Kristine Celona-Mucci LICSW: 
Ms. Celona-Mucci received her Master’s Degree in Social Work at Boston College. She has worked with the adult and geriatric populations for twenty years. Ms. Celona-Mucci’s experience includes working with those coping with anxiety, depression and loss, as well as, with medical and age related changes.

Sara Payne LICSW

Sara Payne LICSW: 
Ms. Ms. Payne is a clinical social worker, who received her master’s degree in clinical social work from Smith College in 1987. She has 30 years of postgraduate experience, working with children, adolescents, and adults.

Sara spent 15 of these years at McLean Hospital, where she specialized in working with adolescents and young adults, using a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach to treat a variety of problems, including depression, anxiety, and mood instability. Sara also has a lot of experience working with families to provide guidance and educationto help their loved ones cope with these problems.