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Psychotherapy

Our therapists are available for individual, couples/family and group sessions. They offer a variety of styles of therapy to best address an individual patients needs. They are able to help patients with almost any psychiatric issue ranging from (but not limited to): abuse, addiction, anxiety, depression, insomnia, martial issues, stress reduction, caregiver support, coping with medical illness and obesity.

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Judy Clifford Ph.D | Division Lead

Annapolis & Glen Burnie Offices

Judy Clifford, Ph.D. joined MMH in 2016. She is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Maryland and credentialed with the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. Dr. Clifford is skilled in the assessment and treatment of trauma, anxiety and mood disorders with special expertise in the treatment of chronic diseases and the influences that health behaviors have on psychological suffering as well as the impact physical illness/injury/disability have on emotional well-being. She provides individual, group and couples therapy for adults. Dr. Clifford received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 2005. Prior to her internship residency (at the UM/ Baltimore VA Consortium), Dr. Clifford worked in a variety of settings including University of Maryland Shock Trauma, Clifton T Perkins Hospital, Walter Reed Hospital and the Dilorenzo Clinic at the Pentagon. After graduating Dr. Clifford split her time between research consulting and clinical work at a domestic violence center. She is well versed both clinically and academically in the field of intimate partner violence and has presented on the subject nationally. Her primary therapeutic approach utilizes positive psychology and combines the application of cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness based therapies. Dr. Clifford is based in the Glen Burnie and Annapolis offices. She is married and has two children.

Michael Wusik, PhD

Columbia & Glen Burnie Offices

Michael Wusik, PhD is a psychology associate with a specialty in acceptance and mindfulness-based therapy. Dr. Wusiks practice focuses on individual, couples, and family therapy, group therapy, psychological testing and therapeutic assessment. Dr. Wusik graduated from Virginia Tech with a doctoral degree in clinical psychology and completed an internship with the VA Maryland Healthcare System. Dr. Wusik has been formally trained in empirically supported treatments for PTSD, anxiety/panic related disorders, depression and mood disorders, chronic pain, life transitions and personality disorders. While not at MMH, Dr. Wusik is also an adjunct professor of psychology with Towson University, The University of Baltimore, and Loyola University and a research consultant with Virginia Techs Posttraumatic Stress Research Group.

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Alysia Griffin, Psy.D.

Glen Burnie Office

Alysia Griffin, Psy.D. is a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Maryland. She has extensive clinical experience in psychological assessment and mental health treatment. Dr. Griffin specializes in psychodiagnostic, neuropsychological, forensic, psychoeducational, and disability evaluations. In addition to psychological testing, Dr. Griffin is also a dedicated psychotherapist who specializes in individual and couples therapy for those with a range of mental health disorders. She utilizes an integrative treatment modality grounded in relational therapy that incorporates cognitive-behavioral, experiential, and other evidence-based techniques to develop a treatment plan that is unique to each individual patient. Dr. Griffin has a particular affinity for working with patients with chronic mental health disorders, such as mood disorders, anxiety disorders, traumatic stress disorders, and personality disorders. She maintains a person-centered approach throughout treatment that is guided by the principles of unconditional positive regard, empathic listening, and genuineness throughout the therapeutic process.

Colleen Allen, LGSW

Glen Burnie Office

Colleen Allen is a clinical social worker who earned her Masters degree from the University of Maryland Baltimore School of Social Work. Colleen joined the My Mental Health Team in May of 2015 after 5 years in the Emergency Department at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She has skills in crisis intervention, stress management, and cognitive behavioral techniques. Colleen currently works with clients who are experiencing, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, addiction, and adjustment difficulties. Colleen also encourages individuals to take part in group therapy and is a believer of the social support that it can offer its participants.

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Megan Cocco, LCSW-C

Glen Burnie Office

Megan Cocco, LCSW-C is a clinical social worker who earned her Masters in Social Work at the University of Maryland Baltimore School of Social Work in 2013. Megan joined the My Mental Health team in February 2015 after working in mental health field for over ten years at Greater Baltimore Medical Center and Sheppard Pratt. Megan has experience with crisis management, cognitive behavioral therapy and family counseling. Megan currently works with clients who are experiencing depression, anxiety, stress management concerns, work and relationship issues. Megan uses a holistic approach with her clients and incorporates wellness and self-care in addition to providing overall support.

Miranda Layton, LCSW-C

Glen Burnie Office

Miranda Layton, LCSW-C is a clinical social worker who earned her Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland. Miranda joined the My Mental Health Team in 2015, after working in the field for over 16 years. Miranda has experience in trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, stress management and life stressors. She has skills in cognitive behavioral therapy, reality therapy and mindfulness. Miranda utilizes an overall wellness approach in her practice.

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Noam Dinovitz, LGSW

Glen Burnie Office

Noam Dinovitz, LGSW is a clinical social worker who earned his Master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Maryland. Noam joined the My MMH team in August, bringing his experience from different outpatient mental health settings; most recently the University of Maryland Medical Center. Noam currently works with clients who are experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship issues and stress management concerns. Noam takes a Client-Centered approach while pulling concepts from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy and Mindfulness. He takes a transparent approach to therapy, encouraging his clients to ask questions and customize the treatment plan that works for them.

Sondra Davis, LGSW

Glen Burnie Office

Sondra joined MMH in November of 2016. She has been working in the mental health field for over 20 years and most of those years have been spent working as a member of GBMCs emergency department behavioral health team. Sondra has worked with diverse populations and enjoys working with young adults through the elderly population. Her areas of interest include work-life balance, cognitive behavior therapy, mindfulness techniques, and she believes in utilizing a strength- based approach to therapy.

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