Daniel Sprintzen, LICSW
Clinical Consultant
Greater Boston, MA

For over 15 years, I have worked with and helped adolescents and families, ranging from first time engagers of therapeutic support to those that have had multiple counselors and therapists. I am a specialist in working with families where there is some level of school refusal and/or the adolescent’s initial expression is resistant to treatment. As a trained and certified trauma responder, I am an expert in dealing with crises, including acute trauma, traumatic grief, and any of the highly stressful events that life may present.  I have been certified in Psychological First Aid (PFA) and Post Traumatic Stress Management (PTSM), as well as in First Aid and CPR. I am also trained in Mindfulness Therapy, having been certified by the Institute of Mindfulness & Psychotherapy. Fruthermore, I have extensive experience in engaging with immigrant populations and am fluent in Portuguese.

Jessica Redis, LICSW
Clinical Consultant
North Shore, MA


Jessica graduated from Fordham University with her Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2008 and has since become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in both New York and Massachusetts.  Jessica has had a decade’s worth of experience both pre and post Master’s.  She has worked primarily with children and families in a variety of settings including: inpatient, community clinics, public schools and in home child and family therapy.  She has many years of experience specifically working with children and their families in their home.  Jessica has worked with a variety of social and emotional difficulties including depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, school and social difficulties, divorce and grief counseling.  She is a dynamic and energetic practitioner that truly meets the family where they are to assess needs and formulate plans that take into account the family’s individual situation.  

Kurt Nelson, LICSW
Clinical Consultant
Greater Boston, MA

Kurt Nelson, LICSW, Clinical Associate, has worked at Boston School-Based Program since 2006 as a Clinician, Supervisor, Consultant and Case Manager. Prior to coming to his organization, Kurt worked in Department of Mental Health (DMH) funded programs for young adults age 18-30, as the Director of a day program and community rehabilitation team and as caseworker for a supported housing program. Kurt is currently the lead supervisor for his organization's intensive learning community as part of his participation in the Massachusetts Child Trauma Project this year, which is providing professional development opportunities to learn about the Attachment- Self-Regulation-Competency (ARC) model. Kurt has a wide diversity of experiences dating back to 1999.






Jori Argue, LMHC
Clinical Consultant
North Shore, MA
I have been working in the counseling field with adolescents, children, families and individuals in a variety of settings since 2003. I graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a BS in Psychology and then completed my Masters in Counseling Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies. For the past several years, I have been working as a clinician and supervisor, doing in-home family therapy, mentoring and parent sessions, with youth and families involved with the Massachusetts Departments of Mental Health and Department of Children and Families. I strive to approach therapy in a creative and client-centered manner, meeting youth and families where they are most comfortable, whether that is in their home, an office, on a hiking trail, or playing catch in the back yard. Most importantly, I believe in developing a trusting relationship, focusing on client strengths, and working with youth and families as a partner. 
Vanessa Wells, M.A.
Clinical Consultant
North Shore, MA
Vanessa Wells obtained her Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from North Carolina Central University and has worked with youth, couples and families in a variety of settings including residential level, outpatient services, and in the community. Vanessa utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, solutions-focused modalities, and holistic human development to assist families in assessing and effectively working on social/emotional challenges, while strengthening problem solving and executive functioning skills. Drawing from a family systems' framework, Vanessa believes client concerns are typically expressed within interpersonal functioning, and therapeutic interventions work best in environments where such patterns exist most frequently.

Gabe Roses, M.Ed.

Clinical Consultant

North Shore, MA 


With over a decade of experience in Disability Services in Post-Secondary education, Gabe has enjoyed providing access to learners with diverse disabilities and social/emotional challenges, as well as providing holistic care to those who are at-risk. Gabe is also a licensed School Adjustment Counselor and trained as an Executive Function ADD/ADHD Coach, and Mental Health counselor, allowing him to add an education/learning expertise to his work with Castle Hill families and clients. Gabe’s work revolves around the core belief that we can all thrive when able to access the right supports and resources to meet our individual needs. 

Emily Scolaro, BA
Youth Mentor & Administrative Coordinator 
North Shore, MA
Emily received her BA from Lesley University in 2014 with a degree in Holistic Psychology and Art Therapy, and received her Licensure in Massage Therapy in 2018. Since then, she has worked in the mental health field in both therapeutic mentoring and administrative coordination roles. Emily has a passion for helping individuals and families find balance and health in all aspects of their lives. When Emily is not providing Youth Mentoring, she is helping with the Administrative Coordination of Castle Hill Counseling & Consulting. 
Matthew G. Doyle, LICSW
Founding Director


Castle Hill Counseling & Consulting was founded in December of 2015. While drawing from my undergraduate education at Boston College, subsequent graduate program at Simmons College, and 20+ years of experience in the mental health field,  I started Castle Hill Counseling & Consulting with the vision to deliver the highest quality service to children and families.  These customized services are designed to come to family's homes, children's school environments, and to the larger systems supporting families through professional development, specialized trainings, and consultation.   


Through the use of creativity, action planning, and skill-building exercises, I assist my clients in actively identifying goals and working towards solving problems. I specialize in individual therapy with children, adolescents, and adults, and provide expertise in family therapy and parent coaching. I practice mind-body integration, and for families and interested adults, I offer creative alternatives to promote engagement and comfort, such as walking sessions, breathing exercises, playing music, or family sports.


In addition to our clinical work, Castle Hill also offer consultative services to schools, state agencies, and nonprofit organizations. We are frequently invited to facilitate professional development and community workshops throughout the New England region.

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60 Washington St., #202

Salem, MA


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