The mission of Full Circle Adoptions is to provide exemplary adoption services to children and expectant, birth, and adoptive parents in the context of plans made for the welfare and best interests of children.
Molly Reynolds, M.Ed, LICSW has worked in the adoption field since 1990, and is licensed in both Massachusetts and Maine. Molly has worked with Full Circle since the early days of the agency and began as Director in 2017. Molly has a passionate commitment to adoption, which began because of her personal connection with adoption. Throughout her career, Molly has deepened her understanding of the impact of adoption on individuals’ lives. Molly has worked with prospective adoptive families, expectant/birth parents and foster parents providing assessments, home studies, counseling and post placement visits. Molly spends much of her leisure time in nature, walking, biking and exploring islands.
Gabrielle Staples graduated magna cum laude from University of Massachusetts Amherst with a B.A. in Classics, and a minor in Art History. Gabrielle aids the agency by managing client communication and general case management, along with much of the agency’s daily administrative tasks. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and running road races.
Julie Belmont, MSW, LICSW earned a bachelor‘s degree in social work and psychology from Westfield State College in 2005 and a master’s degree in social work from Wheelock College in 2006. In addition to her work with Full Circle Adoptions, Julie works part time as a medical social worker for Boston Children’s Hospital. When not working, Julie enjoys spending time with her family, being at the beach and attending concerts.
Jillian Dominick, MSW, LICSW, earned a degree in English from Trinity University in Washington, DC in 1999 and a master’s degree in social work from Boston College in 2001. She currently works full time on an inpatient psychiatric unit in a hospital just outside of Boston, and works part-time for Full Circle Adoptions with prospective adopters around the homestudy process. Jillian lives in the seacoast region of New Hampshire with her husband, where the two enjoy hiking, biking, spending time at the beach, and traveling.
Erin R. Pelletier, MSW, LICSW, earned a degree in Sociology from Indiana University and went on to earn her master’s degree in social work at Boston University in 2008. She has worked in various settings including a geriatric care center, a substance abuse clinic, and an inpatient hospital. She also has a background in mindfulness in the clinical setting. Erin currently owns her own private practice, Pond View Mindfulness Center, in Sharon, Massachusetts, and works part-time for Full Circle Adoptions. She enjoys helping prospective adopters complete the home study process and post-placement reports. In her free time, she enjoys reading, yoga, practicing and studying mindfulness, golf, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.
Emily R. Fischer, MSW, LICSW, received her BA in visual art from Carleton College (2003), her MSW from the Smith College School for Social Work (2008), and completed a fellowship in Infant Mental Health at the Center for Early Relationship Support (2011). During her 10+ years in practice, she has worked extensively with families in a variety of settings, including preschools, primary care clinics, residential programs, and outpatient mental health settings. Emily has a passion for supporting families in the perinatal period and has worked to promote access to sensitive, affirming, and high-quality care for people of all family structures. Emily has a private psychotherapy practice in Northampton, Massachusetts and works part-time for Full Circle Adoptions. Outside of work, she can be found in the garden, the kitchen, or playing with her beloved family and friends.
Lara Dimidjian, MSW, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has a Masters Degree in Social Work from Boston College (MSW, 2014). Lara has been doing both local and international community work for 9 years. She is fluent in Spanish and has an extensive background working cross-culturally with urban and marginalized populations. Lara also has a range of experience as a clinician, as she has provided in-home therapy to families, worked as a clinical advocate in schools and courts, and served as an early childhood mental health clinician at Boston Children’s Hospital.