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Executive Director

Carla began her private practice in 2011 after working over a decade in community mental health, trauma informed care and HIV services. She relocated back to the North Shore in 2016 and joined the PPC as part of her efforts to create community and connection with other clinicians. She joined the board in 2020.

Carla is a Licensed Mental Health Clinician, AASECT certified sex therapist, and a certified member of the WPATH global education initiative. She received a PhD in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University with an emphasis on Transformative Leadership, Applied Research, and Education. As a queer therapist Carla has a commitment to supporting the LGBTQ+ communities and increasing access to queer and gender affirming healthcare.

In addition to clinical work Carla is an activist and educator with a passion for supporting clinical development with new and seasoned clinicians. She is currently an adjunct professor for graduate courses including human sexuality and frequent lecturer for sex therapy certification training.

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Executive Consultant

As of September 1st, 2023, Jim passed on the role Executive Director of PPC to Carla Rosinski, PhD, LMHC, CST.  As the Executive Director, Jim managed the day to day functions of PPC while providing direction to the continued growth of the organization since November of 2011. He has been a member of PPC since 1996 and was the organization’s Treasurer for 16 years. In his time with PPC, Jim has overseen the organization's transition into the digital world which has greatly expanded the membership both in terms of numbers and region.  He has also initiated & promoted the growth of the continuing education program. During his tenure on the board, PPC became incorporated as a not-for- profit organization and was granted it’s tax exempt charitable organization (501C-3) status. Jim’s experience in all of these matters continues to be an important resource to the board.

The University of Michigan is where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree and he graduated from Boston University School of Social Work in 1979. He also attended the Postgraduate Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis. In his semi-retirement, Jim continues to see a small group of clients and remains an active clinician.

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Kim has been a member of the Private Practice Colloquium since 2006, which was also the beginning of her private practice career on the North Shore. She joined to gain support and collaboration with other area practitioners. She found it invaluable and wanted to become more a part of it. She joined the Executive Committee shortly following becoming a Member and she joined the Board upon its incorporation in 2011. She has been involved in the transition of the committee to a board and has served in the roles of Secretary, Clerk and now President since 2015. Kim is committed to her participation on the Board and with the PPC Membership and enjoys the collaboration, support and professional development of those in private practice.

Kim holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Maine. Kim’s professional experience includes working in various settings, using multiple modalities in her work with children and families. She serves on various other committees, including the Youth At Risk conference and with volunteering groups and likes to be involved in her community and with her colleagues.

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Vice President

Rebecca started her private practice in May 2017 and joined the Private Practice Colloquium at that time. She found the community of the PPC to be an invaluable resource and felt great interest ion participating in the organization's success and advancement. In February of 2018, Rebecca became a member of theBoard and currently holds the position of Vice President. Rebecca is passionate about fostering the community that the PPC brings together and the development of growth of both the marketing and business aspects of the organization.

Rebecca is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Case Manager. After getting a Bachelors Degree in Fine Art and Psychology at Regis College, followed by a couple years working in finance, she went on to receive her Master's Degree in Social Work from Salem State University. Her professional experience includes a variety of setting, including several years working at McLean Hospital, the Veterans Administration, psych triage at NSMC Salem Hospital and more currently with the long-term care insurance industry as a Case Manager. Her focus has been working with adults and adolescents and she also has significant experience working with veterans and geriatric clients and their families.

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Henry has been a member of the Private Practice Colloquium (PPC) since 2013. He joined the Board of Directors in 2016. Henry is eager to support the PPC community in their efforts to serve their clients in the most respectful and honoring way possible. He is excited to promote a PPC community where participants raise the bar by challenging each other to create and implement goals for clinical development, brainstorm ideas regarding clinical issues and support each other with total honesty, respect and compassion. He is interested in collaborating on the implementation of mechanisms regarding matters of networking, marketing, finances, growth and business operation.

Henry has worked in outpatient settings in the Merrimack Valley and North Shore for several years as well as for the Community Based Flexible Support program, run by Eliot Community Human Services serving the Department of Mental Health population for 5 years. He has been in an advisory role for Clay Alchemy, an organization in New Hampshire committed to empower the body, mind and spirit with clay, since its inception in 2002. Henry has been a faculty instructor for Middlesex Community College in Bedford, MA.

Before switching his career to healing and human services, Henry attended the Universidad Autonoma Latinoamericana in Medellin, Colombia where he received a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering. He then worked as a Risk Prevention Engineer for companies such as AIG in their workers compensation division. Henry received a Master of Science degree in Counseling and Psychological Services from Salem State University and is currently a Massachusetts Licensed Mental Health Counselor.

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Member at Large



Erin started her private practice in 2022 after working for a nonprofit hospice for almost 10 years. In

addition to working for hospice, Erin has also worked in a residential treatment center for substance use

disorders. She joined the PPC in order to grow her practice and build connections with other clinicians in

the community.

Erin is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who specializes in grief, chronic/terminal illness, and trauma.

Erin has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Salem State University and a Bachelor’s

Degree in Psychology and Biology from Oakland University. In addition to seeing clients in her practice,

Erin also teaches in both undergraduate and graduate Psychology programs.

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PO  Box 281

Swampscott, MA 01907