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Our directory of diverse therapists are available for convenient and accessible online therapy. Finding the right therapist is critical to your mental health.

The therapist work collaboratively with clients to identify actionable lifestyle, developmental and culturally appropriate interventions within the context of each clients’ psychological, cultural, social, and developmental histories. TPBHN provides administrative, billing and credentialing support to these therapists so that they can be fully devoted to your health and care.

Therapists

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Saida Eazizayene

Qualified Mental Health Professional (VA), Contractor

240-428-0465

Saida's provides assessment, diagnosis, and support in identifying and implementing skills to manage anxiety, depression, mood disorders, neurodivergence disorders, PTSD  and more. her work with clients includes improving communication, distress tolerance, mindfulness, regulation, interpersonal skills and more. She works with clients on experiences related to include identity development, self esteem, bullying, transitions, relationship trauma,  school or career stress, trauma, discrimination and issues related to LGBTQIA or BIPOC identity and more. 

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Simon Walsh, LGPC

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Simon works with adult, male and LGBTQIA+ clients to reduce the cognitive, emotional and behavioral impact of transitions; anxiety; exploring and achieving a pleasurable sex life; challenges faced by LGBTQIA+ individuals; education and career complications; men's issues; relationships; depression, mood changes; self-esteem, shame, isolation and more. With sensitivity to contextual and sociocultural factors, you'll construct solutions rather than focus on problems; discover  resources to activate change; and address dysfunctional relational patterns.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Sarah Cardenas

Associate Counselor, Intern

240-428-0465

Sarah blends social justice and clinical frameworks to support clients in self-exploration, affirming identities, confronting the impact of biases and discrimination, resolve how family systems affect them psychologically and build or strengthen interpersonal relationships. She helps discover the unconscious thoughts and unresolved experiences and feelings behind their beliefs, decisions, desires and behaviors. She prioritizes establishing trust, emotional/psychological safety and having a collaborative therapeutic relationship.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Luis Ocampo, LGPC

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Luis uses evidence-based theories, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Attachment-based Theory, and Psychodynamic and Mindfulness practices. As a bilingual (English and Spanish) he works with BIPOC, AAPI, Latinx, LGBTQ+ (diverse) clients on experiences related to identity in all its forms, ADHD and neurodivergence, pressure from expectations, discrimination, shame, transitions, socioeconomic stress, anxiety, grief, trauma and/or abuse, racial, ethic and cultural identity, and relationships.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Ama Kwadu, LGPC

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Family relationships, postpartum difficulties, transitions, worry, school and work stress, sadness, immigrant experiences, discrimination based on identity, persistent self-doubt and trauma are some of the things Ama supports individuals through. As an EMDR trained, provider Ama works takes a trauma focused approach in her work. Her clients are able to increase distress tolerance; improve communication and relationships; ​develop assertiveness and autonomy; address family-of-origin challenges; adjust to life transitions; resolve trauma and more. I create use evidence-based assessment tools for diagnosis and collaborate with you to create treatment goals.

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Augusta Sannoh, LCSW-C

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Augusta helps individuals identify and modify unsatisfactory patterns, navigate transitions and dynamics in relationships; manage the impact of pregnancy, delivery and parenthood;  process and manage grief and loss; explore  immigrant experiences and womanhood; and identify and address life events that contribute to depression, trauma anxiety, bipolar disorder and more. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical behavior therapy, trauma-informed care and more. Clients benefit from her supportive validation, compassionate questions, direct communication and practical feedback. 

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Natalia Schuermann, LGPC

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Natalia's clients are adults looking to manage or eliminate stress related to internal questions regarding sense of self and identity, immigration and cultural, social, and psychological experiences, marital and family relationships, school/career, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, trauma and more. She works with clients to process their previous and current experiences; gain awareness, harness strengths; improve mood; learn and implement coping strategies; develop communication; find balance; grieve; explore identity, resolve conflict, and more.  She uses  Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Attachment Theory, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and more.

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Kasandra Wilson, QMPH

Counseling Associate

240-428-0465

You'll benefit from Kasandra's individualized therapeutic approach that leads to deeper understanding of  and ability to manage behavior, mood and thoughts. Therapy will equip you to improve self-regulation, emotion identification, identity, managing overwhelm, increased ability to manage stress and distress, resilience and distress tolerance, and increased ability to navigate intrapersonal and interpersonal relationships. She is trained in dialectical behavioral therapy, attachment theory, solution focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, person-centered therapy and trauma focused therapy. 

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Lucy Freshour, LGPC

Psyhotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Lucy's's clinical practice focuses on working on managing ASD and ADHD, life transitions, young adult issues, family of origin dynamics and trauma, anxiety related to validation/people pleasing and relationships, career and education stressors and overall mental health. She incorporates concepts that help people change or modify dysfunctional thought, emotional and behavior patterns that affect work/school, relationships, self-esteem and daily functioning. She embrace AAPI, LGBTQ+ & BIPOC identities and relationships and helps clients move toward emotional and physical safety, radical acceptance.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Jaime Engrum, LMSW

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Jaime works with adults (18 years and older) who are experiencing psychological effects of pregnancy/childbirth/parenthood; live with chronic illness; need support with life transitions, including the end of life; struggling with imposter syndrome, self-efficacy, perfectionism, and debilitating worry; and experiencing stress or any psychological disturbances (e.g., depression, anxiety) that are preventing healthy relationships, work satisfaction, peace and contentment, self control and mood stability. 

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Kayla Wallington

Associate Counselor, Intern

240-428-0465

Kayla works with teens and adults to identify long terms strategies to decrease the impact of trauma and grief, address frequent sadness and worry; address behavioral issues; improve concentration, structure and procrastination; heal experiences with parental neglect neglect and abandonment; address irrational thinking patterns and resolve patterns of staying in unsatisfying relationships. She will incorporate your values, faith and cultural practices and belief systems.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Safiyya Abdul Bari, LMSW

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Safi works with adolescents and adults living with the stress of school or work; immigrant experiences and other identity experiences; grief, guilt and shame; family of origin and relationship challenges; anxiety, depression; PTSD; bipolar disorder; neurodivergence and more.  She develops a treatment plan with each client to track the progression of the intensity, duration and frequency of symptoms. She seeks to enhance the individual’s mental health, so they are able to reach their potential mentally, physically, and spiritually.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Alem Asefa, LGPC

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Alem supports adult clients in exploring, processing and deciding "what next" as it related to the experiences and/or relationships that inform their current mood, behavior, cognitive and relational patterns. Her clients identify long term strategies.  She works with teenagers and adults to manage the psychological impact of  illness, grief and loss, life experiences, transitions, family-of-origin difficulties, anxiety,  school/work stress, immigrant and multicultural identity, depression, substance use and PTSD. She uses therapeutic frameworks based on clients' need to decrease negative thoughts and undesired  behaviors and increase distress tolerance; improve communication effectiveness.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Dr. Jeanni Aubee, LMSW

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Jeanni incorporates concepts that help teens and adults change or modify dysfunctional thought, emotional and behavior patterns. She collaborates with adults to work through early life trauma, relationship challenges, communication difficulties, coping with work stress, adjusting to changes, family conflict and more.  You'll explore the origins and purpose of behaviors, moods and thought patterns; how they are sustained; what benefits and consequence there are for maintaining or changing these patterns, and how they impact psychological well-being. 

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Thea Van Hemert

Counseling Associate

240-428-0465

Thea uses  CBT, DBT, ACT, attachment Person Centered Therapy, Trauma-Informed Care (TIC), along with motivational therapy, support of self-determination and strengths-based approaches to support individuals. She works with clients living with anxiety, substance use, grief and loss, depression, relationship trauma, life transitions and adjustment, behavioral challenges, ADHD and more.  She uses a multicultural approach to understand the difficulties Latinx, BIPOC, AAPI, LGBTQ+ and other minorities are experiencing from the unique individual and cultural perspective. You'll leave each session with a sense of progress, accomplishment, and insight into your cognitive patterns, mental health & behavioral goals.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Marvida Lake, LGPC

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Marvida guides adult clients toward insight and provides coping strategies for those who are living with anxiety, depression, trauma, sadness, parenting and caretaker stress, mood changes, relationship stress, addiction, abuse, adjustment disorder, grief, and loss. Her clients learn to establish and improve boundaries to promote holistic wellness. Clients experience her as engaged,  attentive, unbiased direct, accepting, caring, authentic, relatable and attentive.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Karo Beygzadeh, LMSW

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Karo collaborates with individuals to reframe thoughts, instill hope, improve self awareness, have self-compassion, gain clarity, feel empowered and build resilience. ​He's knowledgeable and passionate about cultural and identity related issues and provides counseling to address the needs of those who face discrimination and oppression who are affected by systemic negligence. He collaborates with clients to identify  how a diagnosis and daily experiences affect thoughts, mood, behavior, relationships and self-esteem and identify unique strategies to alleviate or eliminate the effects of these things.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Emma Mattingly, LGPC

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Emma collaborates with teens and adult clients to develop an increased capacity to resolve and manage the psychological impact of family dynamics; experiences with the military; identity; family of origin; dissatisfaction in relationships; transitions; work stress/burnout; pressure and expectations and more. You will gain understanding about yourself, learn self-compassion, enhance distrss tolerance; reduce the intensity, frequency and duration of symptoms and gain long-term coping skills.  

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Victoria Yeboah, LMSW

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Victoria collaborates with teenagers who are living with anxiety, depression, identity and related stress, trauma, family of origin and relationship stressors, life transitions, education and career stress, grief and loss. Her clients clients learn to establish and improve boundaries to promote holistic wellness. She takes time to understand an individual from their/his/her own unique biological, social/emotional, familial, cultural, and environmental experiences and the systems that impact each client.

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Carrie Cornwell, LCPC

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Carrie assists with emotion regulation, distress tolerance, trigger identification, implementation of coping skills and interpersonal effectiveness as clients work through planned and unplanned life changes; addiction and substance use; unresolved chronic stress; grief and loss; sadness, worry  around pregnancy, work stress and pressure from expectations within the family; and day-today stress. 

Mental health Counseling Rockville The Psychotherapy and Behavioral Health Network, LLC

Mirshelle Edwards, LGPC

Psychotherapist, Contractor

240-428-0465

Mirshelle provides assessment, diagnosis, and treatment to help manage and/or eliminate the effects of mental health disorders and psychological issues.  Her expertise and interests include identity development and exploration, anxiety, relationship trauma, depression, mood regulation, early adulthood, PTSD, self-worth ADHD, transitions, school or career stress, trauma, discrimination and issues related to LGBTQIA or BIPOC identity and more.  Therapy will also introduce the cognitive triad (relationships between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors), behavioral techniques, and behavior modification.

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