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Counseling Staff

Contact Us

counseling@
bostonconservatory.edu
(617) 912-9112

Drop-In Hours
M, W, F: 11am - 1pm
32 The Fenway, Lower Level  

After Hours
If you need to contact Counseling Services after business hours, or during office closings, please call the After Hours Counseling Support Line at 617-912-9183.

Felix F. Pizzi, M.S.Ed., LMHC, CCMHC

Associate Dean of Student Affairs/Director of Counseling Services

Felix is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and carries the NCC and CCMHC credentials from the National Board of Certified Counselors. He completed his degrees at Duquesne University and draws from Humanistic, Existential-Phenomenological and Contemporary Psychoanalytic traditions in his work as a psychotherapist and supervisor. Prior to coming to the Conservatory, he served as the Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor at Northeastern University’s Health and Counseling Services, worked in a number of outpatient settings, and developed and directed a Bilingual Chemical Dependency Program in Long Island, NY. He has special interests in working with students addressing identity concerns, international students, students with relationship/family concerns and treating co-occurring mental health and substance abuse issues. He is originally from Argentina and fluent in English and Spanish.

Lindsay Maxwell-Morris, LMHC

Counselor/Psychotherapist

Lindsay Maxwell-Morris is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lesley University. Lindsay completed her clinical internships at the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center and Berklee College of Music’s Counseling Center. Upon completing her internship with Berklee, Lindsay went on to work in various mental health settings including residential programs, community mental health and outpatient counseling programs. Mrs. Maxwell-Morris has gained experience working with a variety of different mental health issues including, depression anxiety, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, social skill deficits, relationship issues, grief and traumatic stress, among many other issues. Lindsay has also received certifications in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Rape Crisis Counseling. Lindsay’s approach to therapy is holistic and strength-based, emphasizing personal goals and work-life balance. 

Matthew Lowe, MTS

Counseling Intern

Matthew Lowe is a 2nd year intern, currently pursuing a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology at William James College (formerly the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology). In his previous internship, Matthew facilitated group counseling on substance abuse. He also has many years of teaching experience, including such topics as: health, sexuality education, sexual assault prevention, philosophy, and religion. Matthew has special interests in working with students addressing identity concerns, depression, substance abuse, and religion/spirituality.

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