Gerardo Rivera, PsyD, MPH

I am a bi-lingual (Spanish/English) licensed clinical psychologist. After completing my training in clinical psychology and public health, I started my professional journey working with diverse populations in integrated healthcare. My passion and commitment for helping others have been integral to who I am since my early childhood. My goal is to help people achieve a holistic sense of well-being by focusing not only on emotional health, but also on physical health. I enjoy the outdoors, sports, and family time, and draw on these experiences to encourage and motivate people I work with.

Juan Ramos, PsyD

I am a bilingual (English/Spanish) licensed clinical psychologist that have spent my entire career working in medical settings, working side-by-side with medical teams. I have experience teaching and mentoring medical residents in the development of their clinical and professional competencies. I completed my doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology and a Postdoctoral fellowship in Primary Care Psychology and Medical Education.

I strongly believe that to heal others, we must take care of ourselves. My goal is to tailor evidence-based practices to the particular needs of health care professionals. I spend my free time doing outdoor activities, reading, and doing woodworking projects.

Tanya Vishnevsky, PhD

I received my doctorate degree in Clinical Health Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and my postdoctoral training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School within the Transplant Institute. Throughout my career, I have worked with a variety of health professionals – both as colleagues and as clients. I find it immensely rewarding to work with clinicians as a guide towards wellness.

I work with health professionals experiencing a diverse range of struggles – anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, phobias, grief, relationship difficulty, and many more. My area of specialization is behavioral medicine – helping people cope with the psychological effects of medical conditions such as chronic pain, insomnia, and obesity/overweight.

I love spending time with my family and staying active. And recently I started exploring a new form of artistic expression – quilting!

Tina Runyan, PhD, ABPP

I have been a clinical health psychologist for over 20 years and have spent my entire career working in medical settings. I began caring exclusively for health professionals, primarily physicians, in 2017. My other passion is practicing and teaching mindfulness and I am a Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) teacher at the University of Massachusetts Memorial Healthcare Center for Mindfulness.

If I can be outdoors, I will be – walking, hiking, cycling, kayaking, or lying in the grass reading. I am a proud mother of two amazing kids who bring me joy beyond measure.