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Casey Vallot, M.S.

Casey Vallot, M.S. works with couples, individuals 12 and older, and families. His clinical interests include anxiety and mood disorders, life transitions and adjustments, traumatic events and stressors, relationship building, communication strengthening and conflict resolution, strength building, value-based decision making, identity development, and depressive disorders. 


Casey believes in creating a safe, non-judgmental, warm environment using a person centered, and collaborative approach. He strives to connect with his clients and understand how their concerns, experiences, and identity inform the strategies that will support them toward confidence, resilience, independence, and healing. He believes his clients are unique and special, and their personalized treatment should be as well.


He utilizes an eclectic counseling approach drawing upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and a variety of relationship-focused modalities including Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Gottman couples and parenting research.


Casey earned his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the CACREP accredited program at Rhode Island College. He previously earned a B.S. in Biology, performing research in the area of neuro-immunology at an education institution level and in collaboration between Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical school.

Contact Info

Monday (Remote): 9:00am - 2:00pm

Tuesday (In Office): 10am - 6pm

Wednesday (Remote): 8am - 2pm

Thursday (In Office): 10:00am - 2:006pm  

Friday (Remote): 8am - 2pm

(508) 543 2133 x271

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