We believe that integrating behavioral health into primary care is key to treating a person's overal health. If your child has emotional, behavioral, or psychological needs, our behavioral care team is here to help. Call our office or speak to a provider to discuss booking an appointment with Josh Cabral, our licensed mental health counselor and trained family therapist.
Meet our Behavioral Health Team
Joshua Cabral, MS, LMHC
Behavioral Health Clinician
Josh is a licensed mental health counselor and trained family therapist. He received his undergraduate degree from Bridgewater State University and his MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from Eastern Nazarene College. He also has additional training in primary care behavioral health with the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Josh has worked in a variety of behavioral health capacities, including therapeutic mentoring, in-home family therapy, crisis intervention, family stabilization, group therapy, private practice, and school counseling. Josh has worked with families and individuals on a number of different issues including depression, anxiety, behavioral issues, addiction, grief, and marital/family conflict.
Prior to joining Bridgewater Pediatrics, Josh worked as a licensed school adjustment counselor. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Eastern Nazarene College in the Early Childhood Education Department where he teaches various courses in psychology, such as lifespan development, human exceptionalities, educational psychology, child psychology, and psychological and educational assessment. Josh also works as a psychotherapist at The Well in Bridgewater. He is an active member of South Shore Community Church and enjoys being outdoors, reading, and spending time with his wife and three children.
Lisa Falcione, LICSW Behavioral Health Clinician
Lisa graduated from Assumption College with a Bachelor of Arts in Social and Rehabilitation Services in 1996 and a Masters in Social Work from Wheelock College in 2002. Lisa has worked extensively in residential and school settings providing individual and group therapy for adolescents with complex social emotional needs. From 2002-2008 she worked as a clinical supervisor at the Fall River Deaconess Home and School, from 2008-2018 at the Home For Little Wanderers as a clinical coordinator. Lisa is certified in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, Trauma Informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Substance Use Education, CANS, CAFAS, Motivational Interviewing and Restorative Practices. Lisa has a wide range of experience organizing and facilitating therapeutic groups, supervising clinicians and skill in comprehensive clinical writing. In her free time Lisa enjoys having family fun with her husband and two daughters.
Behavioral Health Resources
The articles and links below provide helpful information for families working through behavioral health concerns.
Thanks to our partnership with Boston Children's Hospital, we are able to integrate behavioral health services. Watch this video, produced by the Pediatric Physicians' Organization at Children's, which describes this important program.