LRHC believes in a team approach, with the patient as the MOST VALUABLE PLAYER.
All of our providers, nurses, care coordinators, service representatives, medical records specialists, billers, and managers, work together to assure top-quality care, delivered at reasonable cost, and always with kindness and respect.
Dr. Kevin Connolly, MD
Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease
Maureen Boardman, FNP
Family Medicine, Pre/postnatal Care, Director of Clinical Quality
Ayla PRIESTLEY, APRN
Dr. Jessie Reynolds, MD (not pictured)
Family Medicine, Pre/Postnatal Care
Tracy thompson, LiCSW, ladc, ytt-200
Clinical Social Worker, Director of Behavioral Health
Tracy completed her Masters of Social Work degree in 2005 at the University of Central Florida and became a Licensed Independent Clinical Social worker in 2009. Tracy has worked with individuals, families and groups from ages 3 through 89 in a variety of settings. Her experience includes working with individuals who experience symptoms of Anxiety, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Trauma and other mental health and substance use diagnoses.
Tracy utilizes a strengths perspective while incorporating multiple modalities into her sessions, including but not limited to: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Play Therapy, and Narrative approaches, as well as Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Tracy became a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor in 2018 and is currently training and working towards her EMDR certification.
Amanda Regis, LICSW, LADC (not pictured)
Clinical Social Worker
Amanda is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) in the State of Vermont. She received her Master in Social Work (MSW) degree at the University of New Hampshire, with special focus on family systems, addiction, and domestic violence, while volunteering as a peer advocate for the Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP). Post-grad, Amanda spent five years working as a therapist in residential substance abuse treatment at Valley Vista, providing co-occurring substance abuse and mental health treatment on the adult women’s program, serving as the director of that program for two years. At Little Rivers Health Care, Amanda is currently providing individual and group behavioral health counseling services at the Bradford Clinic, and to students and families at Oxbow High School.
Amanda’s therapeutic approach is primarily focused in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), with an emphasis on Solution Focused Treatment (SFT). Other modalities include but are not limited to Mindfulness based treatment, Motivational Interviewing, and Family Therapy. She has experience working with clients of all ages, specializing in work with trauma, domestic violence, and substance abuse.