Brian Van Buren, PhD

I am a licensed clinical psychologist and have spent several years training and working in academic medical centers throughout New York City and Boston. After receiving my PhD, I completed a post-doctoral fellowship focused on the treatment of post-traumatic stress.

I have spent most of my career working in hospitals and understand the unique pressures of inpatient medicine, rounding on the wards, and caring for people with complex medical problems. I am passionate about partnering with healthcare professionals to foster wellness, resilience, and meaning in their personal and professional lives. Working in healthcare, there are many opportunities for exposure to traumatic events and I work with people to address the residue of this work.

In my spare time, I enjoy running, spending time with family and friends, and exploring all that New England has to offer.

Julie Morris, PhD

As a native New Yorker, I like to say that I was born interested in human behavior; that interest eventually led to a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Wyoming (Go Pokes!). Since that time, I have worked exclusively in Academic Medical Centers alongside medical colleagues. When working with patients I provide an affirming space to say things perhaps never spoken before. My therapeutic approach is evidence-based, mindful, creative, and when needed, kindly challenging. I value you, what you have to say, and our time together.  In my free time I value time spent in nature, in movement, in artistic creation, and time with my loved ones.

Angela Wendorf, PhD

I am a clinical health psychologist and have worked in multidisciplinary teams in medical settings for over a decade working with medical and nursing trainees. Working alongside healthcare professionals I have witnessed the struggles involved in balancing the challenges of life that are amplified by the demands of training and working in healthcare.

In my practice, I take an integrative approach to therapy, drawing from cognitive, behavioral, and mindfulness-based practices. I incorporate a values-based approach to guide meaningful change, growth, and wellness.

I have expertise and passion for working with people on insomnia, coping with acute and chronic medical conditions, and health behavior and lifestyle changes.

I am originally from Wisconsin, trained in California, and now call New England my home. Outside of work, I love being outdoors and exploring trails, mountains, and waterways with my husband and tiny (but mighty!) Chiweenie.

Moreen Halmo, PhD

I am a licensed psychologist practicing for over 35 years. I enjoy helping patients see how the challenges they are currently facing are normal reactions to the stressors they are experiencing. I do not view behavioral health issues as pathological. I work with patients to address past traumas and understand how trauma can impact a person’s functioning in the world. I have worked with healthcare professionals for many years, supporting them in some of the unique challenges faced in their professional/personal lives. This work has become especially important to me within recent years due to the pandemic. I believe we are all people whose whole selves need to be attended to in order to live our best lives.

Raising my three daughters has been my greatest joy and challenge. I have learned so much from them and witnessing their development allows my own growth to continue.

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.

For existing patients: Meet with Tina.

Tina is not taking new patients at this time.

Cali-Ryan Collin, MSW, PhD

I am a licensed independent clinical social worker and have my doctorate in Interdisciplinary Health Professions Education. I am a fierce advocate for health equity and have 10 years of clinical practice experience in healthcare settings. I have experience working in health professions education institutions and understand the unique demands placed on early career healthcare professionals. I have a clinical speciality in the areas of substance use and queer affirming care.

I love getting outside and spending time with my wife, fur baby, and human baby.

For existing patients: Meet with Cali.

Cali is not taking new patients at this time.

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!

For existing patients: Meet with Tanya.

Tanya is not taking new patients at this time.