ABOUT ALLY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Founded in 2014, Ally Behavioral Health has offered counseling and support to individuals, couples, and families. At Ally, our goal is to shatter the stigmas and harmful social perceptions attached with seeking therapy. We love therapy and our efforts to advocate mental health awareness and wellness go beyond our office walls with community support offerings and educational opportunities for education and human service providers.
Gregory Todisco, LMHC, BCBA
Gregory has worked in the human service field for over 15 years with children and families in residential, community and rehabilitative settings. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Suffolk University and Masters' Degrees from Cambridge College in counseling psychology. Gregory also studied at the Florida Institute of Technology for his board certification as a behavior analyst. Gregory is a licensed mental health counselor and licensed applied behavior analyst, specializing in pediatric behavioral health and family wellness. Gregory also has years experience working as a drug and alcohol counselor.
Kelley Costello, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor
Kelley is a Massachusetts State Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Chapman University in 2008 and a Masters of Arts Degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Couple & Family Therapy from Antioch University in 2013.
Since then, Kelley has been working primarily with children, adolescents, adults, and families, both in-home, schools, and outpatient office settings. In conjunction with joining Ally Behavioral Health, Kelley currently holds a management position for local non-profit organization that provides community based counseling services to children, adults, and families.
Her specialties and areas of experience include anxiety, depression, PTSD, self-esteem, child/adolescent disorders, and family and relationship issues, to name a few. Kelley also has experience working with adults who are undergoing major changes in their life, and seeking general guidance and support. Kelley joined the Ally Behavioral Health clinical team in May 2019.