Guiding Light Counseling Network

I am happy to place a referral to one of these therapists in the Guiding Light Counseling network. Send me an email to create a referral for any of the therapists below

  • Sarah Botieri

    Sarah has extensive experience working with children and neurodivergent individuals

  • Rosemarie Golash

    I am a passionate and dedicated Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with a strong commitment to empowering individuals and communities. With 20 years of experience in the field, I have worked extensively in various settings, including domestic violence agencies, elder services, hospice care and outpatient clinics. My expertise lies in providing therapeutic interventions, counseling, and advocacy for individuals of diverse backgrounds facing challenges such as trauma, mental health issues, and social injustices.  I excel in providing individual therapy, Trauma-informed care, crisis intervention, mental health counseling and advocacy for Older Adults.

    In my current role at Guiding Light Counseling and other prior organizations, I provide individual therapy to adults and adolescents who are experiencing various mental health conditions, are experiencing relationship conflicts, phase of life challenges or just want help solving a problem. I conduct comprehensive assessments, develop treatment plans, and implement evidence-based therapeutic interventions to promote healing and resilience.

    I believe in a strengths-based and client-centered approach, recognizing the resilience and inherent strengths within individuals and communities. I am dedicated to creating a safe and nonjudgmental space where clients can explore their challenges, develop coping strategies, and work towards their personal growth and well-being.

    If you or your loved ones need support, I am here to provide compassionate and evidence-based care. Together, we can navigate life's challenges and foster positive change.

  • Olivia Angood-Hardy

    Olivia is a virtual clinician with experience working with young women who have experienced trauma

  • Amy Sulkala

    I have been working at a therapeutic day school with middle and high school aged students in the role of  School Adjustment Counselor for the past 19 years and have also been employed by McLean Hospital for the past 12 years to conduct crisis evaluations as part of a community hospital based crisis team.  Though I find both these career avenues rewarding, I was missing outpatient counseling.   Telehealth now allows the convenience for both the client and clinician to work together from home so it seemed like the time to offer this service. 

    I believe that a positive therapeutic relationship between client and counselor is essential.  I truly enjoy supporting clients in their process to better understand themselves and appreciate the vulnerability it takes to allow a therapist into their lives to bear witness and assist in the healing process.  I have an eclectic style pulling from many different theories and modalities (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,  Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Harm Reduction) to best help the clients I work with learn, grow and achieve their goals.