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Our Staff

Psychology Intern
Erik Hood is a Psychology Intern at The Center for Effective Child Therapy and The Manville School at Judge Baker Children’s Center.  Erik is a Doctoral Candidate in the Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program at Northeastern University.  He holds a M.S. in Mental Health Counseling from Husson University and a B.A in Psychology from Bates College. Erik’s broad clinical experiences include a range of settings such as adolescent psychiatric inpatient, childhood primary care, and specialty treatment Full Bio...
Program Assistant
Gavin Meade is the Program Assistant at the Center for Effective Child Therapy. He graduated from Hamilton College with majors in Neuroscience and Cultural Anthropology where he received departmental honors for his thesis examining the role of exercise as a prophylactic measure in an animal model of emotional contagion of depression. Gavin currently manages office operations, coordinates the intake process for families at CECT, and assists clinicians in administrative tasks. He also conducts Full Bio...
Postdoctoral Fellow
Dr. Kerry O’Loughlin is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Judge Baker Children’s Center and a clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School. At Judge Baker Children’s Center, Dr. O’Loughlin provides treatment to children and adolescents at the Center for Effective Child Therapy and supports research projects carried out through the Quality Care Initiative. She graduated cum laude from Amherst College with a B.A. in Psychology and a B.A. in English. She completed her doctoral training at the University of Full Bio...
Marina Wilson
Volunteer Program Assistant
Marina is a Volunteer Program Assistant at Judge Baker Children’s Center. She is a fourth year psychology major at Northeastern University. Marina assists with administrative functions and clinical intake at CECT. She provides support around research and intake for Camp Baker and assists with the program evaluation of Beautiful Me, a self-esteem enhancement program for girls. After graduation, Marina plans to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology.