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Tiffany Leyne

Director of Family and Community Relations

Tiffany serves as the Director of Family and Community Relations. She is a seasoned clinical outreach professional with extensive experience and an intense passion for helping families and clients in crisis find the right treatment resources. Tiffany collaborates widely with psychiatric hospitals, social workers, therapists, treatment professionals, clients, and families as an on-call consulting resource.

She has experience working at some of the top-rated, evidence-based healing centers in the industry. Tiffany prides herself on being able to find the right program for each client based on the particulars of their situation.

Tiffany is a mother of three boys and lives in Wakefield, MA. She is thrilled to support and offer services to the community that she lives in and the state she grew up in!

Clinical Director Dr. Melanie Carbonneau

Melanie Carbonneau

Clinical Director

Melanie serves as the Clinical Director of the Massachusetts Center for Adolescent Wellness. Melanie is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Board Certified Music Therapist and holds her Ph.D. in Expressive Therapies. Melanie received her Master’s and Ph.D. at Lesley University in Cambridge MA.

Melanie’s diverse clinical background is one of the essential factors that made her just the right fit to lead the team at MCAW. The program she has developed aims to treat the client as a whole and use different modalities to bring out each individual’s highest potential. Melanie’s program development at Massachusetts Center for Adolescent Wellness relies heavily on family and community supports as key elements to client growth, healing, and ability to thrive. 

Families of the clients will be required to participate in the client’s treatment planning to foster a supportive social environment and promote the transition to community-based settings.

Being able to provide direct patient care in the New England region has been a passion of Melanie’s for as long as she can remember.   In Melanie’s downtime she can’t seem to get away from the music.  She enjoys singing Karaoke wherever she can find an audience and a microphone.  When Melanie is not making her own art, reading or singing Karaoke, she is spending the most precious of her time with her son.