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Meet The Team

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Carol Miller


Mary Cochrane


Jason Hsieh

Carol Miller      LMFT, MA, License #MFT00187

As a sojourner in life and faith, Carol has a passion to facilitate holistic health through relational connections with God, others, and within oneself for personal, marital, familial, and occupational growth. I strive to offer supportive presence and a safe space to seek relief and hope amid struggles strengthened by God’s Word, prayer, and evidenced-based practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (CBT), Gottman Method Couples therapy, Prepare and Enrich.


Carol earned her Master’s in counseling degree from Harding School of Theology with years of experience in private practice, community mental health, church ministry, Christian non-profits, volunteer police chaplaincy, and teaching. My journey includes residences in Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island as daughter, sister, spouse, mother, and grandmother.

Accepted Insurances:

  • United Health Care

    • Neighborhood Health

    • Harvard Pilgrim

    • Oxford

    • Student Resources

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

    • Rhode Island

    • Out of State

    • Commercial

  • Tufts Health Care (Commercial)

  • Cigna

Mary Cochrane      LICSW, MA, License ISW02254

Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts degree.  Mary is a recognized Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. She has over 20 years of experience working at Ad Care in counseling services. Mary works primarily with adult females. She treats women experiencing anxiety and depression often related to life transitions, familial and relational issues, and past trauma.

Does Accept Insurance

Jason Hsieh      Executive Director and Counselor

Jason considers it a joy and privilege to walk alongside others amid life's struggles. As executive director of Paradigm Biblical Counseling, he provides oversight of the organization's staff, finances, and direction. Jason offers counseling in a variety of areas, including but not limited to marriage, parenting, life transitions, conflict, low view of self, trauma, grief and loss, addictions, anger, depression, dating, singleness, and career/life direction.

In addition to his role with Paradigm, Jason serves as the associate pastor of counseling and discipleship at Grace Harbor Church in Providence, RI. Previously, he worked in health care policy, served in various counseling and discipleship ministries at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, DC, and was the pastor of counseling and discipleship at Trinity Baptist Church in Grand Rapids, MI. While at Trinity Baptist, he helped start a podcast titled "Trinity Life," aimed at encouraging and equipping the congregation on various matters of Christian life. He received a bachelor's of science in clinical nutrition from the University of California at Davis, a master's degree in public health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a master's degree in biblical counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Jason writes regularly for the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He and his wife love watching British dramas and raising their daughter together.

Does Not Accept Insurance

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