Southeastern Psychiatric Associates Providers and Staff
Dean Solomon, MD
(MIT, Jefferson Medical College, Psychiatry Residency at New England Medical Center)
Dr. Solomon is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry and founded Southeastern Psychiatric Associates in 1983. Areas of expertise: psychoanalysis, adult psychotherapy, adult psychopharmacology, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, couples therapy, group therapy.
(BA/MD at Boston University 6-Year Medical Program, Psychiatry Residency at University of California, San Diego)
Dr. Warstadt is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry and has over 26 years of experience. Areas of expertise: adult psychotherapy, adolescent and adult psycho-pharmacology, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, behavioral therapy for panic disorders and phobias, seasonal affective disorder.
Leonard Marcus, MD
(BA/MD at Boston University 6-Year Medical Program, Psychiatry Residency at Massachusetts Mental Health Center)
Dr. Marcus is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry and has been at Southeastern Psychiatric Associates for over 24 years. Areas of expertise: adult psychotherapy and adult psychopharmacology, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.
Krishnaswammi Gajaraj, MD
(MB/BS Madras University, India; Psychiatry Residency at the Tufts /NEMC Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship at University of Miami, Florida)
Dr. Gajaraj is Board Eligible and has 40 years of experience. He is currently Medical Director at the Arbour HRI Hospital in Brookline and former Medical Director at Brockton Hospital. Areas of expertise: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety & panic disorder, PTSD, adult onset ADD, dementia, substance abuse, dual diagnosis.
Fiona Mudge, MD
(University of Virginia, Jefferson Medical College, Psychiatry Residency at University of Pennsylvania)
Dr. Mudge is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry. Areas of expertise: psychopharmacology, woman’s mental health including pregnancy and postpartum depression.
Linda Sheppard Reece, PMHNP-BC
(Board Certified Mental Health Nurse Practitioner)
Linda is a Board Certified Mental Health Nurse Practitioner working with patients across the lifespan. Linda began her career at the VA Hospital, training under Dr. Sepulveda. She also worked at McLean Hospital and in the Emergency Room at Boston Medical Center. Her inpatient and emergency nursing experience highlighted the tremendous gap in the mental health field. Linda strives to work with her patients to improve their mental health and quality of life.
Linda is currently accepting adult clients who are receiving concurrent psychotherapy for medication management.
Peter Erines, PhD
(PhD at DePaul University in child psychology, Doctoral Internship at South Shore Mental Health)
Dr. Erines has expertise with children of all ages, with illnesses ranging from anxiety and depression to learning disabilities and Attention Deficit Disorder. He also sees adults in individual psychotherapy, as well as providing couples and family therapy. He also has many years of experience in EMDR and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Amy Kavadlo, LICSW
(Hunter College Summa cum Laude, MSW from Simmons College, Certificate in Psychoanalytic Psycho-therapy from Boston Institute for Psychotherapy)
Amy Kavadlo is an experienced therapist who uses psychodynamic and interpersonal techniques in her treatment. She works with individuals adults and couples across a wide range of presenting issues. Her areas of expertise include treatment for depression, anxiety, PTSD and life transitions. Areas of expertise: group therapy, adult individual therapy, women's issues, trauma and dissociative disorders, major mental illness.
Jessica Kolczewski, MSN, APRN
(University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, MSN at Regis College)
Jessica provides individual therapy and medication management to children, adolescents and adults. She trained at McLean Hospital in the adolescent DBT residential and outpatient programs. Special interests: Adolescents, psychopharmacology, BPD, PTSD, anxiety, depression and grief
Ashley Oliver, TMS Coordinator
(Bay State U. Associates in Medical Assisting, Bridgewater State U. Bachelors in Psychology and Science)
Ashley is the TMS Coordinator at Southeastern Psychiatric Associates. She works with a wide range of individuals who suffer from depression and have not received adequate relief from antidepressants. Ashley is incredibly knowledgeable and passionate about the TMS treatment.
She writes, "My job is extremely rewarding because it allows me to fulfill my passion to develop connections and help others. Nothing feels more inspiring than being able to watch my patients progress as they start responding to their treatment. I feel very fortunate that I can wake up feeling excited about going to work because I know that I am changing someone's life for the better."
Our Office Staff
We can’t say enough about our incredible staff. We know the front office can sometimes make or break the experience. We think we have the most experienced and courteous staff in the business! Just ask our patients.