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Marna Brickman
Marna Brickman

Marna Brickman

LCSW-C

I strive to work collaboratively with each client in a non-judgmental space to improve overall happiness and well-being. It is my belief that everyone has this capability but many factors including life stressors and challenging obstacles can stand in the way of achieving this. It is my goal to meet the client where they are to uncover difficult roadblocks and provide the tools to foster improvement in individuals' unique goals. With a strong emphasis on the therapeutic relationship, I create a safe & comfortable environment for change.


I have worked with individuals aged 5-78 as well as families and couples from a variety of backgrounds with a range of mental health concerns. I have previously worked in substance abuse treatment, hospice care and grief counseling. Training in trauma, CBT, motivational interviewing and strengths-based therapy allow for an integrative & flexible approach.


I believe everyone has the capacity to live a positive and enjoyable life and it is my goal to help facilitate each client in gaining the skills and tools to forge a more fulfilling path. Please reach out for a consultation to discuss if I can be of assistance in meeting your treatment goals and taking steps towards a positive and productive change in your life.

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Lisa Maholchic

LCSW-C

As a therapist and Social Worker, my goal is to help people identify and manage symptoms that get in the way of their genuine happiness and overall well-being. Rather than one size fits all, I use a person-centered approach drawing from a variety of methods to meet the specific needs of the individual. I strive to establish a healthy therapeutic relationship with every person I work with. 

I have over 15 years of experience working in the field of mental health. My background includes community development work with adolescents, family and crisis interventions, treatment-level foster care, an outpatient mental health clinic, and opening my own practice in 2017. I specialize in working with adolescents and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, mood regulation, and trauma-related symptoms. 

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Jessica Martin

LCSW-C

As a therapist, I strongly believe that authenticity and warmth are cornerstones of a successful therapy experience. I provide compassionate, trauma-informed talk therapy combined with mind/body modalities. My client-centered, collaborative approach emphasizes individuals' strengths and focuses on their environment and relationships.

I have over 12 years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults in the areas of domestic violence, sexual assault, trauma, fertility, adoption, postpartum and parenthood challenges, family estrangement and divorce.

I am trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing,  DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy) and have experience with therapeutic art, yoga, EFT Tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique) and bring a collection of modalities to the treatment room.

 

I am proficient in conversational Spanish.

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Katie Jank

LMSW

Starting therapy can be an intimidating, but life changing decision. My goal is to foster an authentic, individualized, and judgment-free relationship, no matter who you are or where you're at in life. Whether you are brand new to therapy, or have been in therapy for years and need something new, I am here to support you from session one. 

 

Your wellbeing is my priority, and no two people's care looks the same. I focus on collaboration and highlighting the strengths you inevitably have, while also pointing out the areas of potential growth. When working together, I will combine traditional talk therapy with an integrated health approach. What this means is, as we explore what brings you in each week, we will also talk about all aspects of your health like quality of sleep, chronic pain, work life, finances, and all things that affect your health and wellness. 

 

As a licensed social worker, graduate fellow and counselor, I have over 15 years of experience in the field of mental and behavioral health. I work with individuals, couples, families, and children with a whole range of concerns. I strive to be an excellent mental healthcare provider and create an individualized approach that best suits your wants and needs.

 

Please reach out for a consultation to learn more or to book your appointment. 

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Brittaney Wood

LGPC

I believe in people and their ability to make changes in their lives that best serve them. My aim is to work collaboratively with clients to identify and understand patterns in which they feel stuck and find relief from narratives that are no longer serving them. While working with individuals, couples or families my aim is to collaborate with you to identify your personal goals and identify the steps needed to reach them. I believe within a safe and supportive environment each person can exceed their goals by gaining the necessary skills and confidence in themselves to flourish.

 

I intend to focus on your individual and family needs through the use of a person-centered approach with an emphasis on the strengths of each individual. My objective is to create a strong therapeutic relationship within a safe and nonjudgmental environment. We will collaborate and explore any barriers to your overall happiness and well-being. We will work together to assess your mental health needs and develop a plan that will optimize your strengths and offer you tools that you can use for a lifetime.

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Carly Burkhardt

LMSW

Coping with life can be hard, but you don’t have to do it alone. You may feel awkward or anxious about seeking help and that’s okay. Whatever you may be experiencing, I believe that listening and learning about a person’s story is the cornerstone of effective therapy. I see myself as your ally. My aim is to empower you with the strategies and confidence to improve your overall quality of life.

I use a person-centered and strengths-based approach. This means I recognize that no one person is the same, and we all have a unique set of strengths and challenges. Together, we will discuss what you want to get out of therapy and how to utilize your specific strengths to achieve your goals. As a licensed social worker, I have experience working with individuals, couples and family groups, and I can use a variety of therapeutic techniques to support you. 

From the last 5+ years doing medical social work, I know people rarely face just one challenge at a time. I specialize in counseling clients and their families who are experiencing the stress and losses that accompany chronic or life-limiting illness while simultaneously juggling other life challenges. I’ve helped my clients cope with a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, traumas, grief, caregiver burnout and complex family dynamics. 

I look forward to hearing your story and supporting you through this process.

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Carrie Lambert

LGPC

I aim to build positive and trusting relationships utilizing a therapeutic approach that is person-centered, strength-based, and affirming. I support clients who are dealing with anxiety, stress, life transitions, depression, and grief. With a specialization in Military and Veterans Counseling, I am especially passionate about serving military members and their families. I celebrate the uniqueness of each individual’s story and believe that in the healing journey, the route is often more valuable than the destination.

My priority is to create a non-judgmental, warm, and collaborative environment where clients are empowered to move towards change and growth. 

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Pedro Alicea

Counseling Intern

As a veteran of the Marine Corps with experience in the Active and Reserve components, and retired member of the Intelligence Community, I know all too well the rewards and challenges that come from service to the nation. I seek to continue to pay it forward by serving military members, veterans, federal employees, and their families as they strive to improve overall well-being and happiness. 

 

I am fully bilingual and able to conduct sessions in Spanish for clients who would be more comfortable in their native language.
 

I believe mental health cannot exist separate from physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual health. I look to help clients explore all aspects of wellness in a safe and non-judgmental environment, and am open to working collaboratively with other health professionals. I look forward to assisting clients experiencing grief, trauma, medical conditions, life challenges, and moral injury.


I am working under the supervision of Marna Brickman, LCSW-C while earning my master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Military and Veterans Counseling, at the College of William & Mary.

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