Meet the Team

Meet the Team​

Megan Gallagher

Megan A Gallagher

Owner, LMHC

Megan Gallagher graduated Summa Cum Laude from Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA, with a Bachelors Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. Her primary areas of study were Psychology, Leadership, and Communications. She then completed her Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling at Salve Regina University in Newport, RI. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in RI, MA and CT.

Megan specializes in behavior modification (regardless of the cause), trauma, and employment/vocational concerns. She is trained in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) which is recognized as an evidence-based treatment for psychological trauma and depression by the SAMHSA National Registry of Evidence Based Programs and Practices (NREPP). Megan believes in treating each client as a whole person and not just a diagnosis.

Megan opened Here to There Counseling in 2016, where she continues to see both individuals and couples that want to not only strengthen the skills needed to live a happy life but are also looking to learn how to enjoy their journey.

In 2019, Megan then decided to expand her services into coaching and personal empowerment (which can be done with clients anywhere in the world), and Here to There Wellness was born. It is through HTW that she can reach more people by not only offering online coaching services but also by providing numerous online programs that are meant to simulate actual in-person coaching sessions. Megan created the Root to Fruit program by taking the top issues discussed in her treatment room and outlining ways to reach success. 

Jessica McGuire

Jessica McGuire


Jessica is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who graduated from the Catholic University of America in 2018. Previously, she was a teacher for over 18 years and has seen many different issues that affect both children and families, including; school issues, grief/ loss, domestic/ sexual abuse, homelessness, teen pregnancy, drug abuse, anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, and various other traumas. Jessica came into the world of mental health with the goal of helping other’s work through their issues and achieve long-lasting success in overcoming life’s hurdles. She has experience in treating anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and trauma. Additionally, Jessica believes in treating the whole person and her philosophy lies in the concept that a person’s mind, body, and soul should be well- cared for. Furthermore, she believes that therapy is a team effort, and that the client plays an integral role in their own treatment. Jessica works with the client in order to create a safe and welcoming environment that will most benefit the client and their needs. She has experience working with CBT, Mindfulness, and TF-CBT therapies. Jessica believes that life’s struggles can be turned around into learning opportunities and that there is nothing that one cannot overcome and work through. In essence, out of adversity comes strength! She is a living, breathing example of this.

When she was 6 years old, Jessica was diagnosed with Steven’s Johnson Syndrome, an allergic reaction to something…in her case penicillin. She ran a fever of 105.4 that essentially caused her body to burn from the inside out, resulting in 3rd degree burns from her knees up, including all of her mucus membranes. After recovering from both her lungs and kidneys collapsing and being in a temporary coma, she was diagnosed as legally blind, mostly deaf in her right ear, and with lungs that have severe scar tissue resulting in a lifelong chronic cough. She uses magnifiers and other low-vision aids to assist with reading.

Knowing that she has made it through to the other side of such adversity simply indicates how strong and passionate she is at her core and how knowledgeable she is when it comes to helping clients move through their own issues.

Kayla Donnelly

Kayla Donnelly


Kayla Donnelly graduated with her Masters of Social Work for Children and Families from Walden University in 2021. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in RI. She specializes in children and teens- ages 5-16. Kayla started her career in child care right out of high school. She obtained her Bachelor’s in Human Services Management in 2013 and became a lead teacher in a head start program. Working with children of diverse abilities and backgrounds, inspired the love beyond education and into behavioral health. 

Kayla specializes in behavioral modification, emotional regulation, anxiety, depression, and self-esteem. Kayla believes that behavior is the most important form of communication and is inspired to help every child grow. Therapy with children takes individualism, play, growth, time, and patience. Kayla used various interventions based on each child’s need such as but not limited to: play therapy, art therapy, and CBT. Therapy for kids is an experience to develop, strengthen, and sustain skills for independence, self-confidence, coping/self-help skills, social skills, and improvement of overall well-being.

Isabella Panagakos

Isabella Panagakos

Operations Assistant/Counseling Intern

Isabella Panagakos graduated from Salve Regina University with a degree in International Relations and Global Policy. While there, she conducted research and became a certified facilitator for the Alternative to Violence Project’s Creative Conflict Resolution program. She administered this program at prisons with the goal of reducing re-incarceration rates and helping individuals be assimilated smoothly into their communities upon release. After graduating she joined a boutique recruiting firm where she has spent the past 3 years learning the ins and outs of what it takes to build companies from scratch, specializing in Diversity and Inclusion recruiting, and coaching C-Level Executives on how to cultivate an inclusive environment for employees of all different backgrounds. 
She is now taking her past experience and breaking into the world of Industrial and Organizational Psychology through Purdue University’s Masters program. While getting her degree she is very excited to be working as an Operations Assistant for Here to There Wellness and as a Junior Coach for the Root to Fruit program to expand her knowledge base in guiding individuals who are struggling with various areas such as career paths, relationships, and how to better understand yourself to ultimately achieve your goals.
Dr Ron

Dr. Ron Tyszkowski

Chiropractic Physician

Functional Medicine Practitioner

Dr. Tyszkowski is a chiropractic physician specializing in a functional approach to health. Functional Medicine is a treatment approach that seeks to correct the underlying cause of pain and illness, not simply mask symptoms. It treats each patient and their problems as unique. Similar symptoms and diagnoses may have different causes in different people based upon their biochemistry, physiology, genetics and lifestyle.

He received his bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Vermont and his doctorate from The National University of Health Sciences in Chicago, Illinois. Following that he completed a 300 hour post-graduate course in neuro-musculo- skeletal medicine, specifically low tech rehabilitation. In 1996, he completed a course of study with the renowned late Vladimir Janda. Dr. Tyszkowski spent the next several years completing his training at the Rhode Island Spine Center, and taught internationally for several chiropractic colleges.

In 2000, Dr. Tyszkowski started his own private practice in Providence, Rhode Island. He became one of the first Chiropractic Physicians to be named a clinical staff member of Women and Infants Hospital, a Brown University Affiliate. In 2003, he co-founded the free chiropractic clinic for uninsured, low income women at the Women’s Primary Care Center at Women & Infants’ Hospital and has lectured throughout the hospital system on pregnancy related back pain.

Over the past ten years, he has written book chapters on Spinal Care, has been published in several peer-reviewed journals and has had his opinions published in the New England Journal of Medicine. He is a recognized expert on Functional Exercise Training, and has been interviewed on television, in magazines, on the radio and on the internet. This past year he contributed five chapters to the medical textbook, Obesity and Inflammation, currently in press from Elsevier.

Dr. Ron avidly trains on his rowing machine and is a blackbelt in Okinawan Karate. He currently resides in Warwick, Rhode Island with his wife, children and a crazy dog named Fergus!

Edward Fisher of Fisher Tech Solutions

Fisher Tech Solutions

The web development team that made our site.

At Fisher Tech Solutions, we believe in making and maintaining affordable quality sites for all our clients. Megan signed on with us when we were just getting started, and therefore holds a special place in our hearts. 

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A Testimonial From a Previous HTW Client

“Megan Gallagher is a gifted and experienced counselor. I began working with Megan several months ago and trusted her recommendation of utilizing ART to address some longstanding issues which were getting in the way of my living a fulfilling and healthy life.ART has been a game-changer in my life. I no longer live life feeling as though I am hanging on for dear life and pulling myself through difficult situations through sheer force of will. I, with Megan’s experience and guidance, have been able to correct dysfunctional thoughts and emotional patterns which were robbing me of my life. It was exhausting fighting with my ‘inner self’ constantly, knowing I could do/be better but not having the strength to get out of my own way. My first ART session with Megan cleared up a traumatic event which had me locked in an anger loop and was destructive to my health, relationships, and mental status. Subsequent sessions corrected the ‘follow up’ issues that were connected to the initial one. I felt immediate relief after our sessions and am confident that I am heading in the right direction. I am calm and focused. I have moved out of the ‘fight or flight’ response. I am sleeping better. I can enjoy my life and relationships more fully. I am no longer trying to control the rage that was a constant thread through my life. My trigger is gone and I am not experiencing the daily waves of guilt which was a constant shadow over my life. People enjoy being around me more. And, the nasty inner critic gremlin who dominated my life for so long is nowhere to be found. I am so confident in Megan and her use of ART that I send my 16 year-old daughter in for weekly sessions. Her diagnosed panic disorder, anxiety, and depression have lessened to the point that she is a ‘new’ young woman. She, like me, adores the difficult work she is doing because she can see the results immediately. I am not going to lie, some of the work is incredibly painful in the moment. Megan is caring, attentive, and intuitive. She never leaves you in a bad place (which is something that I had to deal with repeatedly in traditional therapy). I believe in Megan and ART wholeheartedly and always carry a stack of her business cards with me. I enthusiastically endorse Megan and her work to everyone (especially when they ask ‘why’ I have changed and how I accomplished it.”