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Elizabeth Hortie, LICSW is a MSW graduate of Simmons College with an Urban Leadership certificate and over 13 years of experience in clinical social work practice. She has worked in a multitude of clinical practice areas addressing adolescents, young adults and family needs through the settings of mobile crisis, in-home family therapy, outpatient therapy and school based contracting. Elizabeth values the process of talk therapy and the outcomes that occur in this process. Through her various roles, Elizabeth has collaborated with leaders to help develop systems and programs to benefit the needed populations. Most recently, she noted the need to address burn out among young adults working in a variety of settings including schools and academia. Elizabeth is currently a School Adjustment Counselor and provides mentoring to new counselors to her district.
*Available for telehealth in NJ, NH, MI, and FL*
Lori Hopgood, LMHC is a B.S. and an M.A graduate from Bridgewater State College with a degree in clinical psychology. She has over 15 years of experiences in clinical and forensic counseling. She has worked with adults and juveniles and a variety of settings including outpatient therapy, Department of Youth Services, prisons, inpatient psychiatric units, and emergency mobile crisis. Lori is passionate about providing therapy to those who are underserved and vulnerable. Lori values the process of supportive talk therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, as well as relapse prevention. Lori currently runs group and individual therapy for adult males on probation and provided support to families and adults in a psychiatric mobile crisis setting.
Kelly Broderick, MSCJ, LICSW is an MSW graduate from Rhode Island College and earned her MS in Criminal Justice from Suffolk University in Boston. She has over ten years of experience in social work practice, with particular specialization in substance abuse treatment, personality disorders and forensic clinical work. She has worked in a multitude of clinical practice areas addressing adolescents, adults and families through inpatient psychiatric settings, residential programs, inpatient detox facilities, forensic settings and outpatient mental health clinics. Kelly places emphasis on the value of talk therapy and is passionate about helping others. Kelly currently runs individual and group therapy for the South Carolina forensic SO Treatment Program.
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