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To be an organization that facilitates healing and value restoration to all we interact with.


Since Inception, Ally Integrated Healthcare has operated on the premise that CARE and HEALING are bi-directional. Quality patient care and employee wellness are inextricably connected. As a healthcare team we are committed to providing optimal clinical care (evidence based and in a timely manner), in a patient focused environment. Conversely, we also believe that providing apsychologically safe work environment for the those who facilitate the operations and existence of the organization(our employees), leads to the best desired outcomes for ALL.


Our Practice

Ally clinicians work with the patient and, where appropriate, their support system. This might mean collaborating with your primary care doctor, or working with the family of an adolescent. Or it may be best to work with the patient alone. Our approach includes communication about your needs, education about your diagnosis and taking the time to find the treatment that works best for you. At Ally Integrated Healthcare, we strive to provide high quality care to help you arrive at YOUR optimal health. Treatment is individualized and tailored to your subjective and assessed needs. This care is carried out in a caring and respectful manner, while also maintaining our commitment to protecting your privacy. We are here to listen and guide you on this journey to greater mental health. We provide office, and/ or telemedicine visits for medication management and more.


Our Team

Susan Wilkinson, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Susan S. Wilkinson earned her MSN (2014) from the Connell School of Nursing at Boston College and is an ANCC-board certified Family Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC). In 2015, Susan completed a one year post graduate inter-professional (NP/MD) residency at the VA BHS/Harvard south shore psychiatry residency. Upon completion of her NP residency, she stayed on as a staff VA BHS prior to joining Boston Medical Center. As a family psychiatric nurse practitioner, she specializes in providing care in the outpatient setting. Previously Susan provided consultation services to the Family Medicine Clinic at Boston Medical through the integrated behavioral health in primary care model. Additional experience includes providing consultations to the Framingham CBOC which is part of the Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare systems. Throughout her work in various settings, Susan has advocated for improving care quality and outcomes, her current interests include addictions treatment, behavioral and physical health disparities experienced by individuals with a history of childhood maltreatment and trauma in general. Her goal is to study barriers to mental health services in underserved populations especially in low and middle income countries. She is a member of the Alpha Chi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International. Read about Susan in Voice magazine. Voice is published by the William F. Connell School of Nursing and the Boston College Office of Marketing Communications.

Carly Rando MSN, PMHNP-BC

Carly is a board-certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who has been practicing for 7 years. She earned her Bachelor’s in Science in Neuroscience from Trinity College in 2012. She went on to graduate from Boston College Connell School of Nursing, earning her Master’s degree in Nursing in 2014. She has broad-ranging experience working in outpatient settings particularly in private practice where she has worked extensively with diverse populations. Her expertise includes treating adolescents, adult and geriatric populations; utilizing a combination of psychopharmacology and supportive therapy. She is knowledgeable in the evaluation and treatment of a wide scope of conditions, including Depression, Anxiety, Mood disorders, PTSD, ADHD, OCD, and dual diagnoses. She strives to provide unbiased care to individuals of any race, gender or sexual orientation. She believes in the importance of the therapeutic alliance and practices a collaborative and holistic approach to mental health wellness.

Chloe Wagen MSN, PMHNP-BC

Chloe is a board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She graduated with her Master’s in Nursing from the Boston College Connell School of Nursing in the spring of 2021. She attended Wellesley College for her undergraduate education and graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Chloe has experience working in outpatient private practice. She has worked with patients across the lifespan and has a particular interest in working with young adults and geriatrics. She is experienced in the evaluation and treatment of many mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, and bipolar disorder. As a provider, Chloe emphasizes the importance of holistic mental health treatment—how biological, psychological, social, and spiritual factors all contribute to an individual’s mental health. She believes in the capability of every person to be resilient and achieve wellness, and she focuses on supporting her patients to obtain optimal functioning in all of these areas. In practice, this looks like integrating medication with other interventions including therapy, exercise, sleep hygiene, mindfulness, among others. Chloe is originally from Austin, TX and has lived in the Boston area for 5 years. In her free time, she enjoys drinking coffee, baking, exercising (she was a competitive rower in high school and college), involvement in her community church, and going on walks around the Charles with her husband and their baby boy!

Temitope Obasekola – MSN,PMHNP

Ms. Temitope Obasekola, MSN, PMHNP-BC, is a Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with a rich clinical background centered on psychiatric assessment, diagnosis, and psychotherapy across the lifespan. Her experience encompasses over a decade in in-patient Behavioral Health and Psychiatric Services, including specialized work in addictions and geriatric psychiatry. Her academic journey, with a Master of Science in Nursing from Regis College and a Bachelor of Science in Statistics from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria, equips her with a unique blend of analytical and clinical skills. Ms. Obasekola's career spans diverse settings, from Boston Medical Center to in-patient care in various hospitals, reflecting her adaptability and commitment to quality patient care.

Karina Riedel, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Karina Riedel is a compassionate and expert Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who joined us from Austin Family Mental Health LLC in Texas. With her Master of Science in Nursing from Boston College and a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Karina brings a comprehensive educational background to her role. Her clinical experience is extensive, including rotations in pediatrics, maternity, adult health, and population health at prestigious institutions like Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Karina’s past role as an EMT with Lifeline Ambulance Service and her experience as an Adult Autistic-Care Aide further highlight her versatility and commitment to patient care across diverse settings.

Chuncie Willis, MSW, LICSW

Chuncie is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with nearly a decade of experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds in acute care and outpatient settings. She earned her Master’s of Social Work from Springfield College. She specializes in working with children and adolescents using DBT, CBT, Solution Focused Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. She has experience working with a wide range of mental health challenges, including substance use, addiction, childhood trauma, and behavioral disorders. Chuncie believes in meeting people where they are in order to guide them towards self-awareness so they can develop their full potential. She is supportive, non-judgmental, trustworthy, optimistic, and understanding.

Shelana Simon, PhD(c), MSW, LICSW

Shelana is a licensed independent clinical social worker with over a decade of clinical work experience with individuals from diverse backgrounds. She has had the privilege of working with individuals in acute care and community-based organizations/programs. Shelana earned her Master of Social Work with a concentration in end-of-life care from Wheelock College. She is a Master of Divinity candidate at the Andrews University Seventh-Day Adventist Theological Seminary. She specializes in working with adults age 18 and up, utilizing Solution Focused and Narrative Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Spiritual-based Counseling. She has had the privilege of working with individuals with complex mental health needs, such as substance abuse, sexual trauma, military sexual trauma, and severe mental illnesses. Shelana prides herself in providing patient and culturally-centered clinical care in a safe, non-judgmental, supportive environment.

Stephanie Etienne, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Stephanie is a dedicated and compassionate board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Stephanie’s educational journey began at Bunker Hill Community College, where she pursued her Associate degree in Nursing. Eager to advance her knowledge and skills, she continued her studies at Southern New Hampshire University, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing Summer 2020. Her thirst for knowledge and desire to make a difference in the mental health field led her to further her education at Regis College, where she graduated with her Master’s in Nursing in May 2023, specializing in Psychiatric Mental Health. Throughout her career, Stephanie gained invaluable experiences as a registered nurse in medical and psychiatric settings. Her diverse background allowed her to understand the complexities of mental health issues and the importance of integrated care. During her Master’s program, Stephanie completed an enriching internship at the Jamaica Plain VA Medical Center (Boston), where she had the privilege of working with veterans. Additionally, Stephanie completed an internship at the Mental Health Association in Springfield, MA, where she conducted comprehensive psychiatric evaluations for children and adults, creating crucial treatment plans for better mental health outcomes. As a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Stephanie’s approach to patient care is deeply rooted in compassion and understanding. Her day-to-day practices are to take a deep breath, focus on the present, ensure that her patients feel seen, heard, and supported throughout their healing journey.

Maria Thompson, DNP, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Maria Thompson, DNP, PMHNP-BC, is a Jonas Nursing and Veterans Health Scholar who graduated from New York University’s Rory Meyers Nursing School in December 2018. She holds an MSN at Stony Brook University in the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Program, a second bachelor’s in nursing from Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, and her first bachelors in biology. She completed the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, SC, NP Residency in 2015. Maria completed the American Psychiatric Nursing Association’s Recovery to Practice Facilitator Program for Nurses in 2014. Her nurse residency capstone involved creating the inpatient psychiatric family mental health recovery group. The group’s purpose was to provide psychoeducation to family members about mental health recovery to support their loved one’s treatment goals. Maria worked for several years in medical-surgical and psychiatric nursing. She influences the next generation of nurses through precepting and mentoring undergraduate and graduate nurses. Her future goals are to engage in projects to benefit veterans, develop preventive mental health strategies, and create a program to educate underserved populations about psychological health, including emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and social well-being. Psychological health is attained through a holistic approach focused on the whole person’s transition from illness to wellness and recovery. Whereby applying pharmacological and nonpharmacological methods toward health and healing.

Ogo George, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Hello there, I am Ogo. Are you struggling to keep up with your relationships, health and work? Are you unable to fit it all in and overwhelmed with life and its stressors? I help high performers manage anxiety and other mental health challenges. I have held various positions in psychiatric/behavioral health for over 15 years. I adopt a holistic, patient-centered approach to providing mental health treatment that based on evidence-based recommendations. Together, we can identify what is not working and get you back to balance. We will use a completely self-approach, addressing the needs of your mind, body and spirit. Whether you are dealing with overwhelm relationship issues or cycles of anxiety and depression, I am here to help. Let us talk!

Alicia Cronister-Morais, MSW, LICSW

Alicia Cronister-Morais is a highly skilled and experienced Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) based in Massachusetts. With a Master's degree in Social Works from Bridgewater State University and extensive experience in clinical settings, Alicia specializes in providing therapeutic treatment to veterans with mood and co-occurring disorders, including PTSD. She is adept at case management, discharge planning, and developing innovative processes for social work case assignments. Alicia is also proficient in various therapeutic techniques such as CBT, MI, DBT, and mindfulness, making her an asset in both acute and sub-acute mental health settings.

Administrative Support

Marcquis Johnson, BA MHA (in progress)

Marcquis Johnson is an experienced healthcare, human resource, and payroll administrator. Driven by his passion of helping others, he takes pride in providing the best customer service possible. As the Practice Manager for Ally Integrated Healthcare, his goals include recruiting the best providers and staff to provide the highest level of care for our patients, and to assist in growing Ally Integrated Healthcare into a consistent and highly favored brand name in the Mental Health community. Mr. Johnson, a United State Marine Corps veteran (Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom), brings a level of professionalism and dedication to Ally that will continue to strengthen our ranks as well as our commitment to our patients.

Alana Nadela, RPh

Alana is a graduate of the University of San Carlos and a registered Pharmacist in the Philippines. She is also a trained and certified healthcare virtual assistant. Show Less Having worked in a community pharmacy setting for almost 8 years, she has broad experience in drug dispensing, administrative tasks, and dealing with people from all walks of life. When not at work, she enjoys taking road trips to beaches and the mountains with friends. She also likes to go on food trips and loves taking pictures of everything. She has a dog Pogi who she spends the most time and who means the world to her.

Ivee Fhervil Garcia

Ivee is a certified Healthcare Virtual Assistant. She is also a licensed pharmacist in the Philippines who has worked in the healthcare sector for over 7 years. Show Less Her working experience in the hospital and in the medical clinic has led her to master the establishment of genuine interaction with different individuals. Her goal is to attend to their concerns with a compassionate heart and understanding. She aims to deliver her best in every task given to her while promoting an atmosphere of mutual respect. She graduated from Centro Escolar University. She also has a TEFL certification as she used to be an ESL teacher. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, especially her baby boy. She likes doing arts and crafts, baking, and cooking. She is an active member and the current secretary of the Young Pharmacists Group of the Philippines- Bulacan Chapter.

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