Patrick Casaletto, M.A.

Mental Health Clinician

I am dedicated to providing children, teens and adults with highly individualized care. I earned a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in treating addictions from Regis College in 2021. Since then, I have worked and volunteered in several different settings including outpatient mental health treatment, addiction treatment, school adjustment counseling, and community-based health services. I am currently pursuing a Doctorate of Psychology (PsyD) from William James College. I engage regularly in supervision in order to continue building my clinical skills. My personal interests include sports, exercise, animals, poetry, and spending time with friends and family.


My Specialties Include:

  • Early intervention and treatment of behavioral and substance addictions (e.g. internet use, gaming, gambling, nicotine, alcohol, cannabis, etc.)
  • Helping teens and adults manage symptoms of ADHD
  • Treating mood disorders (e.g. Bipolar, Depression, etc.)
  • Treating anxiety disorders (e.g. Generalized, Social, Panic, etc.)
  • Improving self-esteem, agency, and autonomy
  • Examining family systems
  • Working with BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ populations using a multicultural, social justice-based lens

I believe strongly in empirical interventions for mental health treatment, which means that these treatments have been tested and backed by science.  Approaches I use include (but are not limited to) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Contingency Management, and Dialectic Behavioral Therapy.
I am committed to understanding what type of approach is most fitting for each client’s individual needs and wants. My goal is to help provide my clients with the tools and resources necessary for them to succeed emotionally, cognitively, and physically. Together, we can co-create the path toward a better life.