Navigating Life's Challenges

Graduate Students at MAPS


Rebecca Moussa, is a third year doctoral student of Clinical Psychology at Antioch University New England. Rebecca works from the Keene office. She works with individuals across the lifespan with a particular interest in children and adolescents as well as geriatric populations. Rebecca works in a variety of therapeutic modalities; however she works primarily from a relational psychodynamic perspective. She also has an interest in psychological testing. To contact Rebecca please call 603-355-2244, ext. 8109, or email at



Kate O’Neil, M.S. is a PsyD Candidate and 4th year doctoral student at Antioch University New England. Kate works primarily with children and families to navigate a variety of challenges and develop stronger and more fulfilling relationships. Kate uses an integrated relational approach with a trauma-informed lens to adapt to the needs of the client and empower them as an equal partner in therapy. Kate has a background in special education working with children with significant trauma. She has additional experience performing neuropsychological assessments for complex child cases as well as older adults. To contact Kate, please call 603-355-2244, ext. 8159, or email at



Gail Williams is a Masters level intern in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Plymouth State University.  Gail has over 20 years of experience in the mental health field in a variety of capacities such as parent education and support, after-school support for at risk adolescents, and health promotion for adults recovering from mental illness.  For the last 12 years, Gail has worked as a research coordinator studying interventions to help people recovering from mental illness to lead healthier, happier lives.  Gail uses a systems lens and person-centered approach in therapy to help individuals, couples and families, across the life span, to reach their goals dealing with anxiety, depression, effects of trauma, and conflict resolution.  To contact Gail please call 603-355-2244 ext. 8302 or email