Meet our Therapists

Our therapists will continue to offer online teletherapy until the threat of COVID is minimized. Though it is not our favorite way to provide therapy, we are finding successful ways to bring comfort and healing to each of our client's sessions.

We use Google Meet as our online platform.

Eileen Baughan MA, LCPC

Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling; Licensed Certified Professional Counselor

Eileen works with adolescents and adults of all ages.

Eileen brings over fifteen years of mental health services as a psychotherapist in a variety of settings, including private practice, community agencies, schools and physicians' practices. Eileen bases her work as a therapist on her belief that every person has the capacity for change and growth, at any stage of life.  Forging the belief of mind, body and spirit connection, Eileen's holistic approach to therapy is supportive, judgement free, strength based and solution focused, geared towards the client's identified goals and needs. Incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused therapy, Mindfulness and through a trauma informed lens, Eileen guides her clients to identify strengths, recognize and build on past successes and address any thinking and/or patterns that may be blocking positive growth and changes. Eileen's empathic nature has helped her become especially gifted working with individuals who struggle with diminished self-esteem; chronic/acute illness; chronic/acute pain;  life threatening illness; anxiety; depression; mood disorders; grief/loss; trauma; life transitions and stress disorders.

Eileen see clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Eileen's email: [email protected]

Eileen is in-network with Cigna, Aetna, CareFirst, BlueCross/BlueShield and United Health Care.

Eileen offers in-person therapy as well as teletherapy sessions.


Sarah Deludos MA, LGPC, NCC

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor; National Certified Counselor

Sarah works with children, teens, adults and families.

Sarah has experience working in private practice and in-patient psychiatric facilities providing mental health services to children, adolescents, adults and families.  Sarah's interest is in working with children, teens, young adults who may be struggling with: anxiety; depression; emotional/behavioral concerns; adjustment disorders; school related issues; ADHD; trauma; self-harm; grief/loss; peer pressure/bullying; self-esteem/body image issues; gender identity issues and career/life transitions. Sarah is also skilled in guiding individuals and families through cultural/racial identity issues and adoption. Sarah loves facilitating social skills support groups for children and teens who are looking to master the complicated nuances of peer relationships.

Sarah utilizes various counseling theories and techniques based on an individual's needs.  She takes a humanistic approach to counseling and emphasizes self-understanding, positive self-regard and self- worth.  By incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Structural Family Therapy and Client Centered approaches, she is able to encourage her clients to reflect on past experiences, identify current struggles and become aware of cognitive, behavioral, relational patterns and psychosomatic reactions. Sarah fully engages her client in a collaborative effort, empowering them as they recognize and build upon their core strengths.  Her goal for therapy is to create an open, warm and safe therapeutic environment for each client to heal and grow.

Sarah see clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Sarah's email: [email protected]

Sarah is under the supervision of Debbie Disney, LCSW-C

Sarah is in-network with Cigna and CareFirst/BCBS.

Sarah offers in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy.

Bridget Dunkel, MA, LCPC

Master of Arts in Psychology, Clinical Concentration; Licensed Certified Professional Counselor

Bridget works with children, teens, adults and families.

As a clinician, Bridget has been drawn to working with individuals who others had given up on.  Bridget's work in community based mental health agencies, correctional facilities and inpatient treatment centers introduced her to opportunities to work with children, adolescents, adults and families. Her determination, patience and creative therapeutic approach would often encourage her clients to allow for a trust based client-clinician relationship, ultimately leading to significant positive changes. Bridget has experience and interest in working with individuals who may be struggling with: anxiety; depression; ADHD; trauma; self-harm; self-esteem /confidence; adjustment disorders; gender identity issues; life transition changes; grief/loss; school related issues; peer conflicts/bullying; difficult family dynamics and self discovery. Bridget uses a client centered approach with elements of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Mindfulness as well as art and play based interventions. Bridget is passionate about helping clients develop tools and skills necessary to cope with challenges as well as identify and explore strengths that lead to increased self confidence and resiliency.

Bridget sees clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Bridget's email: [email protected]

Bridget is under the supervision of Debbie Disney, LCSW-C.

Bridget is in-network with CareFirst, BCBS and Cigna.

Bridget offers in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy.


Shirelle Flowers, MSW, LCSW-C

Master of Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker- Clinical

Certified Grief Counseling Specialist; Board Certified Supervisor

Shirelle works with children, teens, adults and families.

Shirelle has a wealth of experience as a mental health provider. During her 20 years  in the field she has worked in outpatient mental health clinics, though the depth of her experience has been as a school based counselor in public and private school communities. Shirelle has extensive experience working with clients who are facing challenges related to: anxiety; ADHD; adjustment disorders; depression; ODD; grief/loss; emotion regulation; families in transition;  learning disorders; impulse control; family/relationship challenges; peer relationships; LGBTQ and gender identity issues; school related issues; stress management; social skills challenges, as well as other emotional and behavioral issues. Shirelle helps clients throughout their healing and growing process by offering a safe place to explore past and present experiences without fear or distress.  Shirelle is able to guide clients as she incorporates skills and techniques in the therapeutic setting that empower her clients to recognize their core strengths and gift of resiliency.  She believes that helping clients build on their strengths while incorporating new coping strategies is the key to successful therapeutic outcomes. Using a trauma informed, Solution Focused, Client Centered, Strength Based approach to therapy; Shirelle incorporates Mindfulness,  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and  expressive modalities (art, music and play) in her therapeutic approach, allowing clients to  identify and achieve personal goals.

Shirelle will see clients Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays beginning in August.

Shirelle's email: [email protected]

 Shirelle is in-network with CareFirst, BlueCross/BlueShield, Cigna and United Health Care.


Philip Guillet MS, LCPC

Master of Science in Pastoral Counseling; Licensed Clinicial Professional Counselor

Philip works with children, teens, young adults and adults.

Philip's nine years of experience in the mental health field spans community mental programs, specialized academic programs as well as in private practice.  Philip incorporates his goal of cultivating self-compassion, character resiliency and spiritual strength in his approach as a therapist. Philip's experiences working with clients struggling with life challenges allows him to meld many styles of interventions into his therapeutic approach. His focus of guiding clients to consider a compassionate, loving relationship with themselves is evident as he incorporates aspects of Trauma Informed, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person Centered Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness and other interactive, collaborative approaches to meet each client's needs.  Philip's interests and experiences include working with individuals who are trauma survivors; individuals struggling with mood disorders; depression; anxiety; self-harm; LGBTQ and gender orientation; grief/loss; development differences; disordered eating behaviors; self esteem/body image difficulties; dysfunctional family dynamics; peer relationships and social skills challenges. Additionally, Philip's kink affirmative stance provides a competent perspective for individuals seeking support.

Philip sees clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Philip's email: [email protected]

Philip is in network with Aetna, Cigna, CareFirst, BCBS, UHC and EHP with Hopkins.

Philip offers in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy.


Lucy Holz Anson MSW, LCSW-C

Master of Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical

Lucy works with teens, young adults, adults, couples and families.

Lucy has over nine years in the clinical mental health field.  Lucy's strong background providing individual, group and family therapy in in-patient settings, out-patient settings and community mental health centers honed her skills as a psychotherapist.  Her work with adolescents, young adults, college students, veterans and members of historically marginalized communities has defined the therapeutic relationship she develops with clients.  The diversity of Lucy's clients' needs allows Lucy to incorporate a comprehensive, holistic  trauma-informed approach that encourages positive social, emotional and mental health growth. Lucy understands the importance of building a trusting and safe therapeutic relationship, providing a comfortable and inviting space for her clients to focus on their natural strengths, resiliency and desire to repair, heal and grow. Lucy weaves a variety of therapeutic modalities into her approach with clients incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness as well as creative modalities that encourage client comfort and expression. Lucy's areas of interest and expertise include: mood disorders; acute eating disorders; self-injurious behaviors;  body image; self-esteem/confidence; trauma; post traumatic stress disorder; anxiety; depression; adjustment disorders; women's mental health issues; gender identity issues; family conflict; and reintegration for military personnel.

Lucy sees clients Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Lucy's email: [email protected]

Lucy is in-network with Aetna, Cigna, CareFirst, Blue Cross/Blue Shield; Hopkins EHP, Tricare/Humana and United Health Care.

Lucy is not able to take new clients at this time.

Sharon Huffman MS, LCPC, MUP

Master of Science in Counseling Psychology; Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor; Master in Urban Planning

Board Certified Supervisor

Sharon works with preschoolers, school age children, teens, young adults, and families.

Sharon has over fifteen years experience in the behavioral health field including public mental health, private practice, program management, preschool/elementary school based counseling, preschool classroom based teacher coaching, and mentoring and supervision of newer clinicians.  As a school based therapist Sharon provided direct and indirect services to children and families as well as collaborative support with coordinating service providers.  Sharon's experience and expertise includes working with young children with challenging behaviors; children with special needs including autism; individuals struggling with mood disorders; depression; anxiety; school related issues; learning differences; ADHD; family changes and conflicts; trauma; grief/loss; peer relationship issues; parenting concerns; oppositional defiant disorder; foster and adoptive family concerns; and other behavioral issues.

Sharon believes in building genuine relationships with her clients that provides a safe and caring space for therapeutic change.  Helping clients see their own strengths and accept that they have the power to manage life’s challenges, while meeting people where they are and respecting each person’s culture and lifestyle, allows for positive change to occur.  Sharon integrates the most appropriate interventions for each client; these include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Trauma Focused CBT; Strengths Based Therapy; Client Centered Therapy; Solution Focused Therapy; Family  Systems Therapy; Play Therapy, Sand Tray therapy and creative based modalities. Sharon is also experienced with crisis intervention, facilitating therapeutic groups and providing parenting workshops.

Sharon sees clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Sharon's email: [email protected]

Sharon is in-network with Aetna, CareFirst, Blue Cross/Blue Shield , Cigna, Hopkins EHP, United Health Care.

Sharon offers in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy.

Stan Lacienski MA, LCPC

Master of Arts Counseling Psychology; Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Gottman Couples Therapy - Level 1 Trained

Board Certified Supervisor

Stan works with teens, young adults, couples, individuals and families.

Stan enjoys working with young individuals, adolescents, young adults, college students, families and couples. He has extensive experience in Higher Education, is trained in Family Mediation and has worked with clients struggling with substance abuse; gambling addiction; mood disorders; anxiety; depression; learning disorders; families in transition and/or in conflict; LGBTQ issues.  He is also very familiar with the stressors and conflicts Military, Police Officers and First Responders face.

Stan is a "jack of all trades" when it comes to his experience and expertise as a clinician.  Stan is trained as a Family Mediator; training which has enabled him to be effective with adolescents and their families.  He is able to assist them in developing behavioral strategies that will bring harmony in the home environment.  Stan is passionate about helping young adults and adults during transitional periods of their lives, whether that transition is a change in employment; a change in career; a change in family status; personal relationship changes or loss.  His journeys have allowed him the opportunity to work with military and para-military personnel, including first responders. Stan utilizes various modalities when working with clients, including Cognitive Behavior Therapy(CBT), Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS), Motivational Interviewing Therapy (MIT) and Solution Focused Therapy.  When working with couples, he incorporates the Gottman model as well as other successful techniques.

Stan's interest is in helping his clients, from children to seniors, work through life events that may be affecting their enjoyment in daily living.

Stan see clients Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Stan's email: [email protected]

Stan is in-network with Aetna, CareFirst, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Magellan, United Health Care and Hopkins EHP.

Stan offers in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy.

Jennifer Lutz Biglen MSW, LMSW

Master of Social Work; Licensed Master of Social Work

Jennifer works with children, teens,  young adults, adults and families.

Jennifer has worked in the mental health field in a professional and volunteer capacity for over ten years, serving children, adolescents, families, adults and veterans. She worked with individuals who had been diagnosed with life threatening/chronic illness that impacted their daily functioning. As a mental health professional in a hospital setting, she provided support to those clients and family members during their time of transition, grief and loss. Jennifer has experience working with clients who are struggling with ADHD; trauma; school related issues; anxiety; depression; ODD; grief/loss; adjustment disorders as well as other emotional and behavioral issues. Jennifer uses a client centered, strength based approach, incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness as well as expressive modalities ( art, music and play) to help clients identify and achieve personal goals.  Jennifer has comfort in guiding clients who are looking for a faith based focus. Jennifer encourages collaboration and works cooperatively with the caretakers in her child/adolescent clients' lives. She utilizes education to support the growth and confidence in her clients, encouraging strong, healthy relationships. Jennifer provides a safe, empathetic and non-judgement therapeutic environment that encourages positive emotional and mental growth.

Jennifer sees clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Jennifer's email: [email protected]

Jennifer is supervised by  Debbie Disney, LCSW-C

Jennifer is in-network with CareFirst, BCBS and Cigna.

Jennifer offers in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy.

Kelly Maher MA, LCPC, NCC

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology; Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor; National Certified Counselor

Board Certified Supervisor

Kelly works with teens, adults, couples and families.

Kelly brings almost ten years experience in the mental health field, working with teens, adults, and families struggling with mental health challenges and substance use disorders. Kelly has expertise working with diverse populations struggling with mood disorders; depression; anxiety; trauma; gender identity; adjustment disorders; substance abuse; mood regulation; peer/family conflict; and relationship issues. Kelly believes in building rapport with her clients based on trust while establishing a safe, empathetic and genuine environment for her clients to discover their core strengths.  Kelly's integrative approach incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness and positive psychology. Kelly is passionate about providing guidance and tools that are tailored to her clients' needs and is eager to offer support that will encourage resiliency, recovery, healing and growth.

Maryland Board Approved Supervisor

Kelly sees clients Wednesdays.

Kelly's email: [email protected]

Kelly is in-network with Aetna, CareFirst, BC/BS, Cigna, EHP with Hopkins and United Health Care.

Kelly offers teletherapy sessions only.



Lillian Morales MS, LCPC

Master of Science in Counseling Psychology; Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Lillian works with children, teens and adults.

Lillian is bilingual in English and Spanish and can provide therapeutic services in either language.

Bilingüe en inglés y español y puede proveer terapia en los dos idiomas.

Lillian’s passion for working with children, teens and adults has been fueled by her work in educational and mental health settings.  Lillian recognized how much she enjoyed working with young children and their families during her tenure as an educator in a child development center. She continued her undergraduate school and graduate school training as well as her career as a professional counselor working in outpatient programs, university centers, public schools and in private practice.  Lillian’s experience as a therapist working with individuals, families and groups has taught her the value of using creative and intuitive approaches when working with clients.  Using a client centered, trauma informed perspective, Lillian incorporates play based, art based and movement with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness in her therapeutic approach. By incorporating the most effective modality for her client in the moment, Lillian creates a nurturing, comfortable space that supports clients’ exploration and growth.

Lillian is experienced working with individuals struggling with anxiety; depression; mood disorders; trauma; grief/loss; adjustment disorders; ADHD; academic and learning challenges; life transition challenges; LGBTQ challenges; parent-child conflict and cultural challenges.

 She sees clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Lillian's email is [email protected]

Lillian is in-network with Aetna, CareFirst, BCBS, Magellan, United Health Care, Cigna, Hopkins EHP.

Lillian offers in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy .


Audrey Olszewski MS, LGPG, NCC

Master of Science in Counseling; Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor;  National Certified Counselor

Audrey works with children ages four-twelve and families.

Audrey began with PCCC when she was a  second year graduate student in the Community Mental Health Counseling program at McDaniel College. Upon completing of the Masters program, Audrey earned her professional license as a Counselor. Prior to entering the Masters program, Audrey worked with children and adolescents in a residential treatment program as a counselor.  In that capacity Audrey became skilled in working with children with severe emotional behaviors and those with mental health challenges. Audrey is also skilled in working with very young children, building on her six years as a pre-school teacher. Recognizing the importance of a multi-dimensional approach to therapy, Audrey utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Client Focused Therapy and Mindfulness to help clients to develop coping skills and strategies.  By incorporating non-verbal stress reduction techniques as well as utilizing art based and play based modalities, she is able to help her clients foster a strong sense of self and awareness.  Her knowledge of child development and expectations allows her to help children and parents gain the skills needed to foster independent and appropriate behaviors in the home and school environment. Audrey has mastered working with clients who struggle with anxiety; depression; anger; impulse control; school/learning based issues; self-esteem and family dynamics.

Audrey sees clients Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Audrey's email : [email protected]

Audrey is under the supervision of Debbie Disney, LCSW-C

Audrey is in-network with CareFirst, BC/BS and Cigna.

Audrey offers in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy.



Orly Rosenberg MSW, LCSW-C

Master of Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker- Clinical

Orly works with teens, young adults, adults and seniors.

Orly's six years of clinical and case management experience in the mental health field formed the foundation of who she is as a clinician.  Orly is experienced working with adolescents, adults and senior adults facing chronic and acute life challenges.  Her tenure as a mental health professional in the hospital setting as well as her clinical responsibilities in an out-patient agency taught her the value of the mind-body connection.  Orly strives to create a safe, nurturing therapeutic environment, empowering her clients to explore their emotional, social, physical, spiritual and environmental strengths in order to create positive changes.

Orly's client centered approach incorporates a variety or therapeutic modalities: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy(ACT); Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT); Mindfulness; Solution Focused Therapy as well as creative and expressive modalities.  Orly's areas of expertise and interest include: anxiety; depression; mood disorders; adjustment disorders; trauma; chronic/acute medical diagnosis; life/career transitions; gender identity; LGBTQ issues; women's issues; family/relationship struggles; grief/loss; self-esteem/self-confidence/self acceptance and body image struggles.

Orly is a graduate of the Ferentz Institute Trauma Certification program.

Orly see clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Orly's email: [email protected]

Orly is in-network with Aetna, Cigna, CareFirst,  BCBS, Medicare and UHC.

Orly is available for teletherapy sessions only.

Beth Smith MS, LCPC, MBA, NCC

Master of Science in Mental Health; Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor; Master of Business Administration; Nationally Certified Counselor

Beth works teens, young adults, adults and senior adults.

Beth has extensive experience working with adults, teens and children.  Before becoming a therapist, Beth used her MBA working internationally and nationally in the I.T. world.  She then used her business expertise to develop a licensed Learning Center for pre-school children, a Center that focused on children with special needs.  Beth's passion for helping children, families and adults led her to become a professional counselor.  Beth believes that effective treatment starts with a strong therapeutic relationship and strives to create a collaborative partnership by exploration and development of her client's personal strengths.  Using an eclectic approach to therapy, Beth tailors treatment by integrating elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Mindfulness techniques. Beth's areas of expertise include trauma; anxiety; depression; mood disorders; loss/grief; trauma; domestic violence; spectrum disorders; life transitions; gender identity; adoption; work place conflicts; addiction; family challenges.

Beth is a graduate of the Ferentz Institute Trauma Certification program.

Beth is trained in EMDR.

Beth sees clients Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

Beth's email: [email protected]

Beth is in-network with Aetna, CareFirst, BCBS, Magellan, United Health Care, Cigna, Hopkins EHP .

Beth is available for teletherapy sessions only.


Jane Swett MSW, LCSW-C

Master of Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical

Jane works with children, teens, adults and families.

Jane believes in being genuine and supportive, allowing her to create a safe, empathetic and accepting therapeutic environment. Jane comes to PCCC with over seven years of experience with individual, family and group counseling in outpatient clinical settings and intensive in-home therapy. She is skilled in working with clients who are experiencing  life disruptions due to trauma, depression, anxiety, body image issues, self-esteem, ADHD, parenting/child conflict, emotional/behavioral concerns, adjustment disorders and conflict in family. Jane uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, Strength-based, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Family Therapy, Mindfulness/Meditation, Art based therapy, Play based therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy to help her clients reconnect with their inner strength and wisdom.

Jane sees clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Jane's email is [email protected].

Jane is in-network with Aetna, CareFirst, BCBS, Cigna, Magellan, Medicare, Tricare, Hopkins EHP and UHC.

Jane offers in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy.


Abbie Taylor, MSW, LCSW-C

Master of Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical

Abbie works with children, teens, adults, individuals, couples and families.

Abbie's fifteen years of experience in the mental health field taught her there is no "one size fits all" approach to therapy.  Abbie's work as a grief therapist in hospice care showed her the power of resiliency and strength as she supported her clients during their difficult experiences.  While working with clients in a psychiatric hospital, Abbie's compassion and skills encouraged clients to recognize their core strengths in order to move towards self-awareness, emotional repair and positive change. The diversity of Abbie's work in the mental health field has given her experience and expertise with a variety of mental health diagnosis and issues, including: mood disorders; anxiety; adjustment disorders;  depression; trauma; disordered eating and body image;  self esteem; self injurious behaviors; developmental disabilities; ADHD; grief/loss; gender identity; family conflict; school related behaviors and struggles; life transitions.  Using a strength based, trauma informed approach, Abbie incorporates aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness as well as creative modalities into the therapeutic process, empowering her clients to explore unlimited possibilities in order to heal, repair, change and grow.

Abbie sees clients Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Abbie's email is [email protected]

Abbie is in network with CareFirst, BCBS, Cigna,  Hopkins EHP, Medicare. and UHC.

Abbie offers in-person sessions as well as teletherapy.

Abbie is not taking new clients at this time.

Ashley Waller MA, LGPC

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology; Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor

Ashley works with teens and adults.

Ashley has provided mental health therapy services and support to individuals in out-patient mental health centers, residential treatment facilities and private practices for the past ten years. Her experience has included working with individuals dealing with a wide range of mental health issues, including trauma; depression; anxiety; mood disorders; adjustment disorders; grief/loss; maladaptive coping skills; dysfunctional family relationships; gender identity issues as well as gender specific body image and self-esteem battles. Ashley offers a genuine, supportive approach, creating a nurturing and accepting therapeutic environment which encourages her clients to explore the conflicts or events that may be preventing them from living their best life. Incorporating Psychodynamic therapy integrated with Humanistic/Existential therapy strategies, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness and Meditation, Ashley guides her clients so they are able to determine their path to self-awareness, empowerment and healing.

Ashley sees clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Ashley's email: [email protected]

Ashley is  in-network with CareFirst, BCBS  and Cigna.

Ashley is under the supervision of Debbie Disney, LCSW-C.

Ashley is offering in-person sessions and teletherapy sessions.


Dina Wientge, MSW, LCSW-C

Master of Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical

Board Certified Supervisor

Dina works with teens, young adults, adults, couples and families.

Dina is a seasoned clinician. Dina's expertise of working with clients struggling with acute eating disorders, mood disorders, depression; anxiety, trauma, adjustment disorders, emotional regulation, peer/family conflict and relationship issues comes from her years as a mental health professional in in-patient and out patient treatment program. With compassion and understanding, she works with her clients to help them build on their strengths, improve their relationship with food, body image issues, and ultimately themselves. Dina is passionate in guiding her clients towards emotional and personal growth in an open, judgement  free manner.  Dina incorporates a variety of therapeutic approaches, based on the client's needs at that moment.  These includes aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Client Centered Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, and Mindfulness. Dina uses a Trauma Informed perspective, continually infusing coping skills and strategies that will encourage the positive growth and change her client desires. Additionally, Dina is a certified Family Based Therapist received from the Training Institute for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders. Assists in helping clients attain personal growth in an open and judge free manner.  She received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work and trained at Johns Hopkins University focusing on women’s health issues. As a field instructor, Dina has trained students from the University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Alabama. Dina is a state of Maryland board-approved supervisor.

Dina sees clients Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Dina's email: [email protected]

She will be in-network with CF, BCBS, Cigna, UHC, Aetna, Medicare and Hopkins EHP.

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Rachel Weitzner, MSW, LCSW-C

Master of Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical

Board Certified Supervisor

Rachel works with teens, adults and families

Rachel's almost twenty years of experience in the mental health field has given her tremendous depth as a clinical social worker.  Rachel's client-centered, holistic and strength based approach comes from her years as a medical social worker in hospital, out patient and hospice settings.  She has extensive experience working with individuals struggling with chronic and/or life threatening illnesses, grief and bereavement including sibling and perinatal loss, as well as anticipatory grief.  Rachel also held positions of leadership in community based and education programs, including directing the operations of the Special Needs department of a large community center. Rachel is passionate about working with parents and siblings of children with disabilities, as well as working with clients who struggle with anxiety; poor body image; low self-esteem; depression; women's mental health issues; life transitions; trauma; LGBTQ issues; gender identity; ADHD/learning differences. Rachel believes in being genuine and supportive with her clients, creating a safe, empathetic and accepting therapeutic environment. Her favorite approaches include aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused and Mindfulness. 

Rachel will begin seeing clients on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays in early October.

Rachel's email: [email protected]

Rachel will be in-network with Aetna, Care First, BlueCross/BlueShield, Cigna, Hopkins EHP, Medicare, Tricare and United Health Care.

Patrick Habermas, Social Work Intern

Patrick works with teens, emerging adults and adults

Patrick made a bold decision to change his career path in order to make his dream of becoming a therapist happen.   The education and training he received as a Health Psychology major from Mansfield University led him to the University of Maryland's School of Social Work.  Patrick is continuing his graduate internship at PCCC, building off of the training and experiences he gained  during his internship last school year. Patrick's areas of  interest include working with individuals struggling with: anxiety; depression; mood disorders;  low self-esteem/negative self image; LGBTQ challenges; grief/loss; difficult family relationships; attention deficit disorder; school related challenges and peer conflicts. Patrick is proving to be an empathetic, intuitive therapist, encouraging his clients to explore the impact life experiences may have on their physical, emotional and mental health. He uses a client centered approach, incorporating aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness in the therapeutic process.  Patrick provides an environment where clients are able to express thoughts and feelings without judgement. Patrick's goal is to help his clients discover their core strengths, self-reliance, self-awareness and the confidence to make positive changes. 

Mental Health services provided by graduate students is not covered by insurance. We offer a reduced fee to clients who become clients. 

Patrick sees clients Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Patrick returns to PCCC the week of September 7, 2021.

Patrick's email: [email protected]

Patrick is under the Supervision of Debbie Disney, LCSW-C.

Patrick is offering in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy sessions.