1368 Beacon St Suite 116
Brookline, Massachusetts
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Contact Information About BRIE A INSALACO, PH.D.

BRIE A INSALACO has an office in Brookline, Massachusetts and provides counseling and/or therapy for their clientele. BRIE A INSALACO is listed as a PH.D., but may provide additional support.

For detailed questions about BRIE A INSALACO’s therapy practice, you should contact their Brookline offices at 6179591010.

BRIE A INSALACO is local to the 02446-2872 area.

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  1. We met Brie Insalaco just once. Our son, who has schizophrenia, was hospitalized at Vibra Hospital in Springfield Mass, and she was hired as a consulting neuropsychologist to evaluate him. At that time he was soon to be discharged, and we were trying to arrange for as many services for him in the community for him as possible. Dr Insalaco was hired by Mass Rehab who was at that time one of the possible providers.
    Months later we learned that Mass Rehab didn’t want anything to do with our son. At the time he was very ill and presented badly, and they probably wanted somebody with better prospects.
    We recently obtained a copy of Dr Insalaco’s report, and wow what a hatchet job. She wasn’t content to simply emphasize his problems, she actually just made stuff up. For example, she said records indicate that he was once put in restraints at Vibra. False! And we would know because we are actually on the human rights committee for that hospital and it’s our job to review all incidents of restraint. That’s just one of many falsehoods. Her timeline was all wrong. He characterization of his illicit drug use was completely false-she referred to ongoing drug use during the course of his illness, when in fact he hasn’t even smoked pot since his psychotic break.
    She completely ignored recent work by the hospital, including his diagnosis of autism and promising work done with the OT staff.
    The three page report was full of clever fudged language, making our son seem like a monster. Our son has suffered tremendously in the course of his illness, and the remarkable thing is how people still can see what an intelligent, gentle person he is. Social workers have cried saying goodbye to him on discharge. We could go on and on with examples of misleading, demeaning excerpts from this report.
    Our advice is, steer clear of this person. At best she was simply being mean-spirited and careless. A more likely explanation would be that she took money to write a report that would give the customer–a state agency, Mass Rehab–what they wanted: a way to give our son a quick brush-off.
    If anybody reads this, he or she might wonder how our son is doing now. He’s home, he’s happy, he’s swimming at the Y, he’s practicing Taekwondo three times per week, he’s playing heavenly music again, he’s working hard with his therapist who is over the moon with happiness at his progress. He’s taking walks by himself, he’s polite to everybody he meets although he sometimes doesn’t respond. He still talks to himself quite a bit at times, but the content when we can make it out is never dark or ominous, more like bits of conversation on the bus.
    You should never give up on somebody as this story shows. We are lucky in that we found resources for our son, and that the course of his illness was not as relentless as we feared. How sad to think of the many people there must be who needed a chance in life and got the Dr Insalaco treatment instead.

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