Mental Health Clinician
Hallie is a licensed mental health counselor who earned her M.Ed in Mental Health Counseling from Boston University and joined the Ely Center in the Fall of 2022. Hallie has worked with individuals who have anxiety, depression, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and other mental health challenges. Her clinical work focuses on interventions to help with anxiety, social skills development, self-esteem, executive functioning, and self-regulation. She has extensive training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), behavior modification strategies, crisis de-escalation techniques, self-regulation strategies, and anxiety supports. Hallie focuses on a client-centered approach, where she and her clients work together to create goals that are specific, individualized, and meaningful to each individual client. Additionally, Hallie works with parents/guardians and families to help support, educate, and offer strategies and interventions that can be implemented at home and in other settings.
Hallie also currently works full-time as an Adjustment Counselor in the Woburn Public Schools, working primarily with elementary-aged students. She holds a professional School Adjustment Counselor license and has worked in this role for the last 7 years. While at Boston University, Hallie also gained experience during her three graduate internships- The Academy for Physical and Social Development in Newton, the Watertown Public Schools, and working with Boston University students within the Student-Athlete Support Services department.