Family Healthy Choices

A nonprofit agency dedicated to helping families meet their needs and embrace their opportunities.

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Advisory Board
The Family Healthy Choices, Inc. Professional Advisory Board is comprised of healthcare professionals and consumers with specialized expertise who practice and/or reside in the communities served by FHC.   To contact any of these individuals, please e-mail with your contact information and we will facilitate a follow-up response. 


Sangeeta Dey, Psy.D., is a graduate of the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. A native of India, she is fluent in Hindi and Bengali languages. Dr. Dey is a Pediatric Neuropsychologist in practice in Lexington and Beverly, and she specializes in the evaluation of children and adolescents with learning disabilities, attentional disorders (ADHD), and pervasive developmental disorders. She is on the staff of North Shore Childrens Hospital and is on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Psychological Association (MPA), where she pursues diversity and children's issues in psychology and healthcare. Dr. Dey also serves on the board of a school for children with special needs and chairs the Children's Committee at the MPA.

Paul Spiers, Ph.D., is a graduate of McGill University and earned his doctorate at Clark University. A native of Canada and fluent in French, he is also wheelchair-bound and permanently physically disabled. He practices in Danvers and Beverly, but is nationally respected as an expert in adult Neuropsychology. He also has expertise in substance abuse and treatment of addictions. He is a Professor at Boston University Medical School, where he teaches the course in Forensic Psychology. Dr. Spiers is also a research scientist at MIT. He is on the Board of Directors of several nonprofit agencies and has served as President of the Compassionate Care Society and the national therapeutic riding association, which advocates equestrian therapy for handicapped children, veterans, and others.

Evan Longin, Ed.D., Salem, MA is a graduate of Syracuse University and earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology at Boston University School of Education. He is a professor in the Psychology Department at Salem State College, and he is the Founder and Director of Commonwealth Family Services, a large psychotherapy group practice for many years in Salem specializing in children and families. Dr. Longin was also a Co-Founder and Director of the North East Center for Dispute Settlement, a regional affiliate of the National Center for dispute settlement in Dallas. He has taught many courses in mediation and alternative dispute resolution.