WRAP Clinical Team
We have a diverse and multidisciplinary team of specialists to provide medication management, individual therapy, family education, and peer support.
Ellie Reagan, BS is a clinic coordinator passionate about early and adaptable mental health interventions at the intersection of clinical work and research. She’s excited for a career focused on helping young adults experiencing early psychosis and limiting barriers to early care. Ellie is attending Boston University part time to acquire a Masters in Clinical Social Work. In her free time you can find her cooking, crafting, or spending time with her pet rabbit.
Hannah Brown, MD is the Director of the WRAP clinical and research programs, Vice Chair of Research of the Division of Psychiatry at BMC, and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine.
She earned her MD from Harvard Medical School, completed residency training in adult psychiatry, and completed a Fellowship in Schizophrenia at Massachusetts General Hospital. She is a recipient of a 2013 NARSAD Young Investigator Grant, the American Psychological Association Early Academic Career Award on Schizophrenia Research, and the 2014 Dupont-Warren Fellowship awarded through Harvard Department of Psychiatry. She has served as principal investigator for multiple clinical and translational research studies across MGH and BMC. She has published over 30 peer reviewed articles, book chapters, and invited commentaries on schizophrenia. She has mentored multiple medical students, residents, fellows, and early faculty members, including K award and other grant recipients. She is the recipient of the 2021 Excellence in Mentorship Award from the Department of Psychiatry at BMC.
She currently treats patients with psychosis and has both clinical and research interests in first episode care. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and running; she hopes to eventually train for a marathon again. Clinical Roles: Medication Management, Expert Consultation
Anisha Chava, MD is a psychiatry resident at BU-BMC and serving as a chief resident for the 2023-2024 year. Her current interests are first episode psychosis, cultural psychiatry, immigrant/refugee mental health, and consult-liason psychiatry. She received her MD through the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo. When not in the hospital, she enjoys exploring Boston, spending time with her cats, and going to the movies! Clinical Roles: Medication Management
Anne Berrigan LICSW has experience working as an in-home family therapist and as a clinician in a residential treatment setting for individuals living with psychosis spectrum symptoms. A firm believer in the power of person-centered growth and change, Anne is interested in cognitive behavioral therapies that incorporate acceptance and mindfulness into behavioral health practice. In her free time, she enjoys painting, cooking, yoga, and tango.
Clinical Roles: Wrap Without Walls Program Manager
Bediha Ipekci, PhD is a licensed psychologist and Assistant professor of psychiatry at BU School of Medicine & BMC. She is also a MILO trainer. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts Boston, her doctoral internship at BMC’s Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology, and a post-doctoral fellowship on complex PTSD and psychosis at BMC. Dr. Ipekci’s research and clinical expertise are in early intervention in psychosis, trauma, and refugee mental health.
Clinical Roles: Individual Therapy, MILO trainer
Brittany Gouse’s MD MPH is the Assistant Clinical Director of the WRAP program and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine. She earned MD-MPH through the State University of New York Upstate Medical University and Syracuse University dual degree program. She completed both her Residency in Adult Psychiatry and Fellowship in Public Psychiatry at BU-BMC. Through her Fellowship in Public Psychiatry, Dr. Gouse specialized in the care of individuals living with schizophrenia and other forms of serious mental illness. She currently sees patients for medication management in WRAP.
Dr.Gouse’s research is predominantly in epidemiology, with a focus on studying the drivers of morbidity and premature mortality in schizophrenia. She co-directs WRAP’s Advancing Coordinated Care through Epidemiologic Studies in Schizophrenia (ACCESS) initiative. She is the recipient of the 2023-2025 BU Clinical and Translational Science Institute KL2 Award and the 2023-2025 American Psychiatric Association Research Fellowship. In her free time she enjoys running, spending time with family, going to the beach, and trying to train her family dog. Clinical Roles: Assistant Clinical Director, Medication Management, Expert Consultation
Christian Wulff, MSW is a therapist on the WWW team. He received his MSW from the Smith College School for Social Work in Northampton, Massachusetts. Previous to BMC, he worked in community mental health & substance-use in Seattle, Washington, and inpatient care in Brattleboro, Vermont. He practices from a foundation of psychodynamic psychotherapy and liberation health, strengthened by CBT, DBT, and motivational interviewing techniques. He is proud to support BMC’s housing-first policy and all policies that will move beyond the realm of need.
Clinical Roles: Individual therapy, Wrap Without Walls
Christine Crawford, MD MPH is an adult and child psychiatrist at Boston Medical Center and current provides medication management to our adolescent patients within the WRAP program. Dr. Crawford currently serves as the Associate Medical Director for the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI). She is also an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and is the Director of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine. She has been engaged in a number of community outreach initiatives through the Boys and Girls Club of Boston, NAACP and NAMI. She has authored multiple book chapters and peer-reviewed publications on mental health disparities, black mental health and sociocultural psychiatry. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. Clinical Roles: Medication Management
Christinette Pompilus, RN, BSN, is a nurse for the WRAP program. In the past five years, she worked at South Bay House of Correction, and Arbour hospital caring for patients with mental health and substance abuse disorders. In her spare time she likes to spend time with her family, watch tv, exercise and travel.
Clinical Roles: Injection and Clozapine Nurse
Danielle Walker, NP is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with years of experience working with diverse populations in various settings. She currently provides medication management for individuals who experience psychosis in the Clozapine and Injection Clinic within WRAP. In addition to the services in WRAP, Danielle also provides medication management within the general outpatient psychiatry department. Her research interests include examining the impact of violence exposure in young adults, especially in those who experience psychosis. In her free time, Danielle enjoys spending time with family and frequenting local restaurants.
Clinical Roles: Medication Management, Clozapine and Injection Clinics
Danny Chen, MSN, PMHNP Danny Chen is a psychiatric nurse practitioner for the WRAP program. He provides medication management for different parts of WRAP including office based care, Clozapine and Injection Clinic, and WRAP Without Walls. Prior to joining WRAP he worked in an inpatient setting that primarily treated people with psychosis and mood disorders. He has experience working with symptoms across the lifespan from first episode psychosis to chronic mental illness.
Clinical Roles: Medication Management, Clozapine and Injection Clinics, Wrap Without Walls
David C. Henderson, MD currently serves as Psychiatrist-in-Chief, Division of Psychiatry, at Boston Medical Center. He has worked internationally for the past 21 years in resource-limited settings, and areas impacted by mass violence, disasters and complex emergencies. Within the U.S., has also conducted more than 30 randomized clinical trials in severely mentally ill populations. Dr. Henderson has also directed a schizophrenia research training fellowship, and mentored trainees and junior faculty. In his free time, Dr. Henderson enjoys traveling. Clinical Roles: Medication Management, Expert Consultation
Edwige Berrouet, LICSW who has extensive work experiences with a diverse population of individuals with dual diagnosis. She is currently providing individual and family support groups/education to people experiencing symptoms of psychosis. In her leisure time, she practices yoga, enjoys nature, long walks by the beach and hiking. Clinical Roles: Family Clinician
Emily Kline, PhD is the Director of Psychological Services, family therapist, and researcher in the WRAP program and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine. She is a licensed psychologist trained in both child and adult intervention. She has published over 30 peer reviewed papers and several book chapters on early psychosis prediction, detection, diagnosis, and treatment. She is director of the MILO program. Clinical Roles: Director of Psychological Services of WRAP, Director of MILO, Family Clinician, Expert Consultation
Jenny Lancet MS, MBA is a Peer Support Specialist with the WRAP Program at Boston Medical Center. She provides one-on-one support by assisting others in their own journeys of recovery through sharing her own experiences and promoting hope that recovery is possible. In her spare time she enjoys photographing the city. Clinical Roles: Peer Support Specialist
Jessica Lewczyk, NP is a psychiatric nurse practitioner with years of diverse experience. She currently provides medication management for individuals of all ages who experience psychosis, with particular interest in first-episode care. She also directs the Clozapine and Injection Clinic services. Her research interests include disparities in FEP care and outcomes, psychosis and gender diverse individuals, impacts and experiences of racism in psychosis. In addition to her work with the WRAP program, Jessica is involved in the Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery, providing care for transgender, nonbinary, and gender non-conforming individuals. In her free time, Jessica enjoys running, biking, traveling, and generally exploring the great outdoors. Clinical Roles: Director of Specialty Clinics, Medication Management, Expert Consultation
Mihoko Maru, PhD, LCSW, MA is a clinical social worker providing family support and education at the WRAP program. She is also a postdoctoral researcher at Boston University evaluating community-based programs for young children and their families with histories of trauma and substance use. Her previous experience includes psychiatric rehabilitation and child/adolescent mental health. She is interested in immigrant and global mental health, trauma, and youth and family interventions. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, skiing, traveling, and going to concerts and comedy shows. Clinical Roles: Family Clinician
Nivea Ortiz LISW is a bilingual and bicultural Licensed Independent Social Worker; a seasoned experienced clinician in the field of mental health. Nivea earned a Master’s Degree in clinical Social Work at the University of Puerto Rico. In addition Nivea earned a Master’s degree in Public Health at the University of Puerto Rico. Over the years Nivea had worked in the forensic field, providing court expert testimony in issues concerning violence risk assessment secondary to mental illness. In addition Nivea had worked in multiple settings ranging from school system, outpatient mental health, community health center, tertiary level of care protective child services and inpatient long term care in a forensic setting. Clinical Roles: Individual Therapy
Razzan Quran, MS, MPsy (She/They) is a psychology resident with the Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology at BU/BMC. They are a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at George Washington University, and the student founder of the Psychoanalysis in the Arab World lab. Razzan works at BMC in the WRAP clinic, and the BMC Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights (BCRHHR). Razzan worked in outpatient mental health community clinics in Washington, D.C., Palestine, and two refugee camps in Beirut, Lebanon prior to BMC. They are interested in conceptualizations around severe mental illness, complex trauma, and developing techniques informed by both psychodynamic and liberational approaches to clinical practice. Clinical Roles: Individual Therapy
Samantha LaMartine, PsyD obtained her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of La Verne. She completed her American Psychological Association accredited pre-doctoral internship at the Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology and her postdoctoral training at Boston University-Boston Medical Center. With a specialization in treating individuals living with schizophrenia and other severe mental illnesses, as well as mood and trauma disorders, Dr. LaMartine currently practices in the WRAP program and Integrative Behavioral Healthcare at BMC.
Dr. LaMartine’s research primarily focuses on schizophrenia spectrum disorders, with an emphasis on addressing mental health disparities and enhancing access to care for Black people and communities of color. Dr. LaMartine is also dedicated to exploring the experiences of violence among minoritized and marginalized groups, aiming to foster more equitable mental health care and support. Clinical Roles: Individual therapy, Young Adult Group Therapy
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Carol Cahill – Medication Management
Asuma Tanaka – Medication Management
Kalo Sokoto- Individual Therapy
Temitope Ogundare – Medication Management
Rossily Santana – Medical Assistant
Breanna Smith – Individual and Family Therapy
Tracie Liu – Individual Therapy
Nelsie Berberena – Individual and Family Therapy