John Kelly, Ph.D.
Dr. Kelly is an Associate Professor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, the founder and Director of the Recovery Research Institute at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), the Program Director of the Addiction Recovery Management Service (ARMS) and the Associate Director of the Center for Addiction Medicine at MGH.
Dr. Kelly is President Elect of the American Psychological Association (APA) Society of Addiction Psychology, and is also a Fellow of APA.
He has served as a consultant to U.S. federal agencies such as the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and the national Institutes of Health (NIH); to non-Federal institutions, such as the Betty Ford Institute and the Hazelden Foundation; and internationally to the British Parliament Drugs Misuse Taskforce.
He is currently an Associate Editor for the journals, Addiction, and the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles, reviews, and chapters in the field of addiction. His clinical and research work has focused on addiction treatment and the recovery process which has included specific research on the effectiveness of mutual-help groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous, as adjuncts to formal care.
His additional research endeavors have focused on the translation and implementation of evidence-based practice, addiction and criminal justice, addiction treatment theories and mechanisms of action, and reducing stigma associated with addiction. He is a licensed clinical psychologist actively working with individuals and families with alcohol and other drug use disorders.
Martha T. Kane, Ph.D.
Clinical Director; Director of Addictions Services at the West End Clinic
Dr. Kane is the Clinical Director of the Addiction Recovery Management Service (ARMS) and the Director of Addictions Services at the West End Clinic. Dr. Kane received her undergraduate degree in Special Education and her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Temple University with an emphasis on child/adolescent treatment. Dr. Kane completed a fellowship in Addiction Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. In addition to maintaining an active patient caseload, Dr. Kane directs the standard adult outpatient program and the intensive outpatient program, and provides training to residents and fellows in both medicine and psychiatry, as well as numerous community groups. Dr. Kane actively participates in research and recently completed a project evaluating strategies for motivating treatment acceptance in pregnant, alcohol abusing women.
Jasen Boyle, LCSW
Social Worker/Recovery Coach
Jasen Boyle is a Social Worker and Recovery Coach for the ARMS program. Jasen graduated from Clark University with dual B.A. degrees in Psychology and Communication. Jasen worked for a Carnegie Research Grant for several years researching best practices in education and psychology with inner-city at-risk adolescents. In addition to his work with inner-city youth, Jasen was a collegiate-level fencing coach. Jasen graduated from Simmons College's School of Social Work, where his internships included year long tenures at an adolescent residential treatment program in Lexington, MA and at Somerville Mental Health Center's Mystic Counseling Center. Jasen has also worked at an adult residential program in Boston, Massachusetts serving severely mentally ill adults.
Erin Macey, LICSW
Social Worker/Recovery Coach
Erin Macey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Recovery Coach in the ARMS program. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Boston College and a Master of Social Work from Boston University. Erin received her Certificate in Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency Treatment Services from UMass Boston in December 2007. Erin has an extensive background in providing home-based services to youth and families using a model which builds on existing strengths and community supports so that families can better manage the problems they are facing. Erin has an interest in working with adolescents and has provided services in a variety of settings, including an outpatient clinic and school, as well as outreach in the home and community. Over the past several years, Erin has been involved in facilitating groups for adolescents referred for substance abuse issues and has worked on developing a new curriculum for a community-based psychoeducational groups.
Lucille Mograss, LSW
Lucille Mograss is a graduate of Clark University; receiving a BA in sociology with a certificate in Human Services. Lucille has more than sixteen years in the field, and worked with adolescents in group homes and alternative to detention facilities in Massachusetts and Connecticut. Lucille worked for six years as a Protective Service Worker in the Metro West area prior to joining the Mass General Hospital in the Department of Psychiatry's Addiction Clinic.