Our Team

Joshua SagorJoshua S Sagor, LMHC, CEAP

Managing Partner

jsagor@compeap.com

Mr. Sagor is a mental health counselor with over ten year’s experience in a multitude of mental health settings that includes working in residential treatment centers, outpatient clinics as well as doing community and home based therapy. Recently, he has coordinated the company’s efforts to begin incorporating Social Media in a continued effort to better serve Comprehensive EAP’s clients.

Mr. Sagor is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor as well as Certified Employee Assistance Professional. He holds an M.A. in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from Assumption College.

Laura JacobsonLaura Jacobson, LICSW, CEAP

Clinical Director

ljacobson@compeap.com

Laura Jacobson joined Comprehensive EAP as a Senior EAP Consultant in 2016. Laura received her MSW from the Simmons School of Social Work and has worked in the EAP field for over 20 years. She has extensive experience providing critical incident interventions, supervisor trainings, employee seminars and management consulting.

Laura also has significant experience as a therapist in a private practice setting, working with children and adults around a variety of family issues.

In addition to her graduate degree, Laura is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP).

Mark SagorMark J Sagor, LMHC, CEAP

Co-Founder

msagor@compeap.com

Mark is the President of Comprehensive EAP. He has extensive experience consulting to the technology, life sciences, service, manufacturing and non profit sectors in the areas of employee assistance, executive coaching, conflict resolution and team building. He writes a weekly blog on Stress.Health. Business. and is a contributor to WBUR’s Cognoscenti

Mark is passionate about the power of social media and peer-based solutions to assist individuals and organizations achieve their goals. He is an advocate for the idea that small, but continuous, changes are the most effective and sustainable path to achieving big gains in health, well-being and productivity. Mark has developed the “Small Change, Big Gain” program specifically for individuals who are feeling overwhelmed and stuck in their attempts to make meaningful life changes.

Mr. Sagor holds a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.A. in education and psychology from the University of Michigan. He is a licensed mental health counselor and a certified employee assistance professional.

Bob KageyJ. Robert Kagey, Ph.D., CEAP

Co-Founder

bobkagey@compeap.com

Dr. Kagey, a clinical psychologist, has extensive experience in helping companies create innovative programs to maintain a healthy and productive workforce. Whether it involves helping leadership to create a more respectful workplace, providing supervisors with skills to manage change, supporting human resource staff to build employee engagement, providing resources for employees to manage stress or other innovative consultations, he takes great pride in maintaining a very personal connection with client companies. As an employee assistance professional his relationships with client companies tend to be over many years which provides a unique perspective and understanding of organizational culture and history of each company.

Dr. Kagey holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Louisiana State University and has completed advanced training at Harvard Medical School’s Laboratory of Community Psychiatry. He has published research in several journals including in the American Journal of Public Health, Journal of Primary Prevention, Journal of Educational Research and the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Amy LymanAmy Lyman, M.A., CEAP

EAP Consultant

alyman@compeap.com

Amy Lyman is an EAP Counselor/Consultant who brings a unique combination of mental health and business skills. In addition to 12 years in the financial services industry, she has experience working in mental health clinics with adults individually and facilitating support groups on subjects such as anger management, substance abuse, and self esteem. She has a strong training and facilitation background and has been interested in the role of mental health in the work place since the start of her career. In addition, Amy is experienced in and passionate about suicide prevention and assessment.

Amy has a B.A. in Communication from The University of Colorado, Boulder and an M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University.

Rick ClericiRick Clerici, C. Ht.

Senior Sleep Consultant

rclerici@compeap.com

Rick joined Comprehensive EAP in 2013. He is a Certified Behavioral Sleep Medicine Educator. He has designed and delivered corporate sleep wellness programs for more than 60 corporations, universities and municipalities. During his 5 year tenure at Sleep Health Centers, Rick performed over 500 overnight and daytime sleep studies and also led therapy groups for patients struggling with insomnia and PAP therapies. As a therapist he specializes in sleep issues, anxiety, phobias and panic problems.

Rick is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Boston and a Certified Hypnotist in the National Guild of Hypnotists.

Novelette A. DeMercadoNovelette A. DeMercado

Senior Health and Wellness Coach

ndemercado@compeap.com

Novelette is a certified health and wellness coach with a diverse work history of more than 20 years in the health and wellness industry. She joined the CompEAP team in 2016 as a Senior Health and Wellness Coach.

Novelette’s experience spans across ownership of a fitness business to adjunct faculty instructing health and fitness, health promotion, and consumer health courses at a state university. She is passionate about facilitating behavior change with her clients utilizing motivational interviewing and communication skills.

Novelette holds a BS in Non Profit Management from Pace University, an MS in Professional Communications from Clark University, and an MS in Exercise and Sports Science/Health Promotion from Springfield College. She also holds a certificate in Worksite Wellness Specialist and is a member of the National Wellness Institute (NWI) and a committee member for the Multicultural Competency Committee with the NWI.

Tim LowryTim Lowry, MMFT, LMFT

Senior EAP Consultant

tlowry@compeap.com

Tim Lowry is a licensed marriage and family therapist, practicing in Peterborough, NH. Since receiving his masters degree in 1982, he has held positions at community mental health agencies, schools, and various psychotherapy group practices. He has over 35 years experience treating anxiety, depression, addictions, grief and loss, life transitions, couple, and family therapy. He has been an adjunct professor in the Applied Psychology Department at Antioch University New England, teaching and supervising masters level students for over 17 years. In addition to providing individual, couple, and family therapy, Tim has extensive training and experience treating anger management and domestic violence. He has also provided training to staff and leaders of NH State and private agencies, corporations, and businesses.

Lauren GroverLauren Grover, MSW, LICSW

EAP Consultant

lgrover@compeap.com

Lauren is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who joined CompEAP in 2017. She has a broad range experience in many clinical settings including detoxification and stabilization, community wrap-around services, college campuses, and private practice. Lauren is experienced in providing employee trainings and seminars in a multitude of topics. She is particularly interested in the areas of work/life balance and substance abuse treatment.

Lauren completed her undergraduate degree at Assumption College with a focus on Psychology and Rehabilitation Services. She then received her Master’s of Social Work degree from Boston College and obtained her License of Independent Clinical Social Work.

Robin CarterRobyn Carter, MSW, LISCW

EAP Consultant

rcarter@compeap.com

Prior to joining the CompEAP team in 2018, Robyn was the executive director of Room to Grow in Boston. She has dedicated her career to providing leadership and service in Boston human service organizations committed to building upon the strengths of individuals, children and families. Robyn has served as vice president of programs and services at United South End Settlements and as network director for early childhood and prevention programs at the Home for Little Wanderers. Robyn was a 2006 Schott Fellow in Early Childhood Education and Care and is now an alumnus of the CAYL (formerly Schott) Fellowship program. She presently sits on the board of the Ashland Education Foundation; is a member of the MetroWest Health Foundation’s grants distribution committee; and recently served as a leadership mentor through the Institute for Nonprofit Practice/Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life. Robyn holds a B.A. in Psychology from Williams College and an MSW from Boston University.