Dr. Levi Y. Breuer is a licensed psychologist in Maryland. He provides psychotherapy to individuals and couples and conducts clinical and forensic psychological evaluations. Dr. Breuer earned his Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree in clinical psychology from George Washington University in Washington D.C. He completed his internship at McGill University, in Montreal, Canada. He earned his Masters degree in Clinical Community Counseling from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to being in private practice, Dr. Breuer worked as a forensic psychologist in Maryland at a maximum security forensic hospital – Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center. In addition, he has also worked in a variety of other settings, including, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, outpatient mental health centers, and college counseling centers. Dr. Breuer pursued post-doctoral training in couples therapy and is a certified emotionally-focused couples therapist.
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Dr. Sabrina J. Krum is a licensed psychologist in the state of Maryland, New York and New Hampshire. She currently provides individual counseling for children, adolescents and adults and also conducts bariatric assessments. Dr. Krum earned her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She completed an APPIC accredited pre-doctoral internship at Chrysalis Health in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and completed her post-doctoral training at The Counseling Center of New Hampshire. She has a great deal of experience and interest in assessing and treating children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Krum specializes in the treatment of mood disorders, such as depression and anxiety, parenting issues, childhood behavioral problems, such as Attention-Deficit Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and conducting bariatric assessments and counseling.
Dr. Krum typically draws from different orientations in the conceptualization and treatment of her clients; specifically, behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, and interpersonal. Through these approaches, Dr. Krum is able to create an individualized treatment plan that tends to be present-centered, problem-oriented, and what is best for the client.
Dr. James Rutledge is a licensed clinical psychologist in the states of Maryland and Virginia. He earned his Psy.D. in clinical psychology at Argosy University in Arlington, Virginia. Given his special interest in working with special needs children and their families, while still in graduate school, he completed a fellowship in the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and related Disabilities (LEND) program at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. He completed his doctoral internship at the San Antonio Military Medical Center in Texas as a commissioned officer in the Army. He then worked for several years as a licensed psychologist at Fort Meade before resigning from active duty. He enjoys working with individuals of all ages, couples, and families. He has extensive experience working with individuals challenged by anxiety, PTSD, depression, ADHD, ODD, Personality Disorders, and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Rutledge has also gained certification as a Prolonged Exposure Therapist which is an evidenced based manualized treatment designed to help individuals suffering from the effects of traumatic experiences. Dr. Rutledge also performs group therapy and conducts psychological and psycho-educational assessments. Since no one size fits all, Dr. Rutledge uses an integrative approach with elements from cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and family systems orientations to help clients and families harness their strengths and improve their functioning.
Dr. Ariella Lipkin is a licensed psychologist in Maryland providing therapy to individuals, couples, families, and groups. Dr. Lipkin earned her Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) and Master of Arts degrees in Clinical Psychology from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Washington, DC. She completed her internship at Assessment & Treatment Alternatives in Philadelphia, PA., a non-profit mental health clinic, and specialized in providing therapy and evaluations to victims and perpetrators of crimes. Dr. Lipkin attained extensive post-doctoral training at a men’s and women’s maximum security state prison. She also has a background in treating children, adolescents, and adults with a wide-variety of clinical concerns, in both private and community mental health settings. More specifically, Dr. Lipkin has received training in child custody mediation, trauma recovery, LGBTQIA issues, and women’s issues. Dr. Lipkin uses an integration of cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, psychodynamic, and client-centered therapies to address the specific needs of the client.
Dr. Lateffa Robinson is a Licensed Psychologist in Maryland. Dr. Robinson earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PhD) from Howard University in Washington, D.C. She completed her internship at The University of Southern California University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (USC UCEDD) at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Prior to earning her PhD, Dr. Robinson earned a Masters degree in Social Work (MSW), with a Clinical focus, also from Howard University. Before entering into private practice, Dr. Robinson has gaining over 15 years of experience as a mental health professional, providing a range of services to individuals and families in a variety of settings, including community mental health centers, public schools, and outpatient hospitals; as well as providing Mental Health Consultation to other professionals providing mental health and special education services. She has served as Adjunct Professor at Howard University and continues to work as Clinical Assessment Consultant/Trainer with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. She has extensive training in psychodiagnostic services, individual and family therapy, cultural competence, and mental health advocacy. Her psychotherapy practice orientation is holistic and eclectic, with an emphasis on using cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused strategies to foster positive change in the lives of individuals and families.
Dr. Victoria Lee is a licensed psychologist in Maryland, providing individual and group therapy, as well as psychological evaluations for adults and children. She earned her doctorate degree (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Dr. Lee completed her predoctoral internship at and works at the Howard University Counseling Services as staff psychologist providing individual therapy, group therapy and clinical supervision. Prior to working as a staff psychologist, Dr. Lee has served as Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology at Howard University. Dr. Lee has attained extensive post-doctoral training in group therapy and is a Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP). She currently serves as a faculty in the National Group Psychotherapy Institute at Washington School of Psychiatry and has served on the board of Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society. In therapy, Dr. Lee focuses on alleviating symptoms and improving quality of life by addressing distressful interpersonal dynamics. She aims to provide a nonjudgmental, collaborative, and supportive space for individuals and groups to explore their intrapersonal and interpersonal experiences to establish deeper connections with others and meaningful relationships. Dr. Lee has a interest in stress and adjustment linked to immigration and intergenerational conflict. She enjoys working with diverse populations and has extensive training in cultural competence.
Dr. Lauren Grossman is a licensed psychologist in the state of Maryland. She earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the American School of Professional Psychology, Washington, D.C. Campus. Dr. Grossman completed her doctoral internship in pediatric psychology at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans. She then completed a two-year fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County in Southern California. Dr. Grossman also earned a master’s degree in Education in Psychological Services from the University of Pennsylvania prior to returning back to graduate school to complete her doctorate. She specializes in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults suffering from emotional and behavioral concerns or struggling with issues related to neurodevelopmental disabilities (ADHD, autism spectrum disorder). She utilizes an integrative approach that includes evidenced-based treatments that are tailored to meet the unique needs of the individual.
Dr. Kristen Izant (she/her/hers) is a licensed clinical psychologist in Maryland, who provides individual and group therapy. She earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PhD) from Clark University in Worcester, MA. Dr. Izant completed her predoctoral internship in clinical and community psychology through the Yale Department of Psychiatry. She then pursued specialized post-doctoral training in the treatment of serious mental illness at the Washington DC VA Medical Center. Dr. Izant has extensive experience providing strengths-based, recovery-oriented care in both inpatient and outpatient settings for adults coping with significant mental health challenges. She has developed expertise in the treatment of psychosis, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and trauma.
Dr. Izant has an integrative approach to therapy that incorporates evidence-based practice to best address individuals’ goals. She is trained in cognitive-behavioral and exposure-based therapies, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Dr. Izant cares deeply about affirming individuals’ unique identities, and acknowledges the impact of oppression and discrimination on emotional well-being. She meets individuals with respect and compassion, and strives to create a safe space in which to have authentic conversations
Jessica Diez, LCPC is licensed by the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Towson University. She went on to receive a Masters in Applied Psychology- Counseling from University of Baltimore. Ms. Diez works with individuals specializing in young adults. Ms. Diez draws from person-centered and existential theories as well as cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic theories. She has experience with anxiety, depression, grief/loss, self-esteem, adjustment/phase of life and transition issues. Ms. Diez wants to help clients feel a greater sense of purpose, fulfill their dreams, and improve their quality of life.
Eric Millman, LCPC is a licensed clinical professional counselor in Maryland. He earned his Masters in clinical counseling from Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland. He has extensive training and practice working with individuals struggling with addictions and other mental health issues. He provides psychotherapy in a way that is tailored to each individual, while integrating various theories and styles of practice. He believes that therapy is a one of a kind experience for people looking to change their lives. It is for those looking to be truly alive and to find deeper meaning, joy, creativity, and depth. He works with people to change in work, relationships, anxiety, depression, acting-out or acting-in behavior, and addictions. He additionally helps people find creativity, courage, bravery, embrace pain and sadness, and find greater meaning and joy.
Tiffany Land, LCPC is licensed by the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Masters in Counseling Psychology from Towson University. In addition, Ms. Land is a Maryland Board Approved Clinical Supervisor. Prior to working in private practice, Ms. Land served as the Lead Clinician at the Correctional Mental Health Center located at Patuxent Institution. Such experience has provided Ms. Land with exposure to a variety of serious mental health diagnoses, including Schizophrenia, Depression, Bipolar, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Anti-social Personality Disorder.
Ms. Land believes therapy is not a “one size fits all”. She utilizes various approaches in therapy to find the right fit for each client. Ms. Land is motivated to provide tools clients can use every day even after therapy has terminated.
Stephanie P. Bathurst, LCMFT is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Maryland. She earned her Masters degree in Clinical Counseling, specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy from La Salle University where she had a secondary track in Addictions Counseling. Applying Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Approach and Emotion-Focused Therapy orientations to her individualized treatment, Ms. Bathurst stresses the importance of each client finding their best-fit therapist to guide them through the journey of growth and exploration. She is experienced in guiding adolescents and adults through the therapeutic process via an individual, couple or family dynamic. Ms. Bathurst is experienced in treating clients who suffer with depression, anxiety, identity crisis, anger-management difficulties, infidelity, attachment difficulties and low self-worth. Her true passion is engaging couples who have lost one another in the journey of life; helping them to identify maladaptive communication patterns, boundaries or general needs that may be impeding them from enjoying their time together. Sexual dissatisfaction, fulfillment and dysfunctions are also a professional specialty of hers. Ms. Bathurst works well with heterosexual couples, lesbian and gay couples and multi-partner, non-traditional relationships. Let yourself be heard and understood. Together, you can slow down the days and learn to enjoy the time you have with those you care about most.
Preetal Karecha, LCPC is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor as well as a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Approved Supervisor in the state of Maryland. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Communication from the University at Buffalo and completed a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Boston College. Prior to working in private practice, Ms. Karecha was the Program Supervisor of a substance abuse treatment program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. During her time at Johns Hopkins she worked with various diagnoses including substance abuse, depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders. She is eclectic in her treatment approach drawing from various modalities to tailor therapy to fit each person individually. She approaches therapy as a collaborative process and creates an environment that is safe, open, and comfortable.
Denise Katz, LCSW-C is a licensed clinical social worker with over 28 years of experience working in community mental health. Ms. Katz earned her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland at Baltimore. She holds an IMAGO Relationship Therapy certification and has been trained extensively in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy. As such, she is especially passionate about working with couples, women, and survivors of trauma. Throughout the course of her career in the mental health field, Ms. Katz has held a diverse array of roles, including working as a clinical manager, intern coordinator, supervisor, and therapist. She is board certified to supervise students acquiring their LMSWs and LGPC certifications.
Geoff Hunt, LCSW-C, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in anthropology from Towson University in 2011. In 2014 he earned his master’s degree in clinical mental health social work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work. He has worked with adults suffering from psychiatric and substance use disorders in a wide variety of clinical settings including inpatient psychiatric units, partial hospitalization programs, and outpatient mental health clinics. He has provided individual and group psychotherapy as well as psychosocial evaluations, case management, and discharge planning services within these settings. He utilizes an eclectic approach to psychotherapy with a particular emphasis on existential and psychodynamic theories.
Maggie McGuire, M.A., M.S. is a psychology associate under the supervision of Dr. Lateffa Robinson. She earned her Masters of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology from The George Washington University and her Masters of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University Maryland, where she is currently working towards her doctoral (Psy.D.) degree. Maggie has worked with both adolescents and adults in inpatient and outpatient settings. She sees therapy as an opportunity to work collaboratively and strives to tailor each therapy experience to the needs of the individual. Maggie has a particular interest in working with individuals experiencing trauma-related symptoms and PTSD, depression, anxiety, panic, and life adjustment issues. Her therapeutic style is integrative and holistic, incorporating skills and perspectives from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and interpersonal therapies in order to uncover an individual’s strengths, fulfill their goals, and enable them to live a meaningful life.