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Tiana Griffin, MSW

Tiana chose to pursue a career in social work because of her desire to help young adults achieve the best developmental skills and loves being a Counselor at Newport Academy.

Casey Simoncelli , LMSW

Alyssa Duda joined Newport Academy in 2019, bringing more than 8 years of experience as a primary therapist. She especially loves working with teens, and aims to reconnect families so they can have more fulfilling relationships with one another.

How to Recognize Toxic Positivity

Reading Time: 3 minutes “Look on the sunny side.” “Your glass is half full.” “Be positive.” These messages, and others like them, pop up constantly on social media streams and in self-help articles. But is this good advice? Not always, according to mental health experts. While there’s nothing wrong with cultivating optimism, there is such a thing as toxic […]

Patricia Everrett, MA, LMFT

Since 1995, Tim Ringgold has been using music as a means to enhance present-moment awareness, interpersonal connection, and to decrease anxiety and stress.

Amy Arruda, LCSW

Since 1995, Tim Ringgold has been using music as a means to enhance present-moment awareness, interpersonal connection, and to decrease anxiety and stress.

Stephanie Loglisci, MS, LPC

Since 1995, Tim Ringgold has been using music as a means to enhance present-moment awareness, interpersonal connection, and to decrease anxiety and stress.

Ashley Guerrera, MAATC

Since 1995, Tim Ringgold has been using music as a means to enhance present-moment awareness, interpersonal connection, and to decrease anxiety and stress.

Meredith Hettler, LMFT

Since 1995, Tim Ringgold has been using music as a means to enhance present-moment awareness, interpersonal connection, and to decrease anxiety and stress.

Amber Perez, LCSW

Since 1995, Tim Ringgold has been using music as a means to enhance present-moment awareness, interpersonal connection, and to decrease anxiety and stress.