Casey Comstock, LMHC, Ph.D

Dr. Casey Comstock is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, an Approved Clinical Supervisor (through NBCC), a psychology adjunct professor at Roger Williams University, and both a doctoral dissertation committee member and visiting professor at Lesley University. She holds a Ph.D. from Salve Regina University in the Humanities specializing in Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS), a M.A. in Education in Community Agency Counseling from Chadron State College, Nebraska, and a B.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Wyoming. Dr. Comstock’s post-graduate clinical experience began in 1999 and she has served on a children’s sexual abuse and trauma team where she conducted forensic sexual assault and trauma evaluations for the state of MA, provided affidavits and court testimony, and provided trauma focused intensive therapy to sexually abused children and foster children. She conducted parenting assessments for the Department of Social Services; counseled delinquent teens in the Second Chance Juvenile Drug Court, New Bedford, MA; practiced as an emergency response and crisis clinician assessing patients in RI emergency departments, jails, mental hospitals, and outpatient settings; and provided counseling and anger management for court mandated probationers and parolees.

Currently, Dr. Comstock volunteers for hospice agencies and has volunteered for the American Red Cross as a responder to active house-fires to support families; was awarded the Outstanding Therapy Dogs International Volunteer status, alongside her Labrador Retriever, Harley, for visiting group homes for the mentally disabled; is a Walt Disney World volunteer, and is a devoted fan of Roald Dahl, author of children’s books.

Today, Dr. Comstock currently counsels those with grief, the traumatized, the anxious and depressed, children and adults, couples and families, those with intellectual developmental disorders, and those going through life changes. She provides clinical supervision (individual and group) for master’s degree level clinicians seeking LMHC licensure requirements.