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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.

Colleen Allen, LCSW-C

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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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.

Jessica Rice, MSW Intern

Glen Burnie Office

Jessica Rice, MSW Intern, is an advanced year intern from the University of Maryland, School of Social Work. Jessica has been working in our TMS department for over two years. Jessica joined My Mental Health in 2017, after working for the Anne Arundel County Crisis Response System for seven years and for Sheppard Pratt. Jessica currently works with clients who are experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship issues and stress management concerns. Jessica will also be taking an active role in group therapy in our Glen Burnie office. Jessica uses strength-based approaches, along with cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness.

Katja Thomas, LCPC

Columbia Office

Katja Thomas is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) who earned her Masters
Degree from Loyola University in Maryland in 2005. Katja has provided individual and group
therapy in a variety of settings (inpatient, community mental health, and crisis services/ mobile
treatment) for 13 years and has experience working with diverse populations.
Katja utilizes an integrative, strength-based approach to counseling that incorporates cognitivebehavioral
and person-centered therapy. Areas of expertise include depression, bipolar disorder,
anxiety, panic disorder, PTSD, anger management, adjustment disorders, relationship issues,
personality disorders, ADHD, parenting and family issues, as well as communciation skills and
assertiveness training.

Sharon Light, LCSW-C Glen Burnie

Sharon Light, LCSW-C is a clinical social worker and certified Reiki Practitioner. Sharon earned her Masters of Social Work at The Catholic University of America in 2014, and her Reiki Practitioner certificate in New York City in 2008. After a 13-year career in TV media, Sharon transitioned from working in the corporate world to doing the work she was meant to do helping and healing. Sharon brings warmth, empathy and a holistic perspective to her practice. She is skilled in mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral and solutions-focused models, and works with clients experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, stress, relationship issues and life transitions. Sharon is passionate about whole-body wellness, and aims to help her clients identify areas in which they can focus on making the changes they desire.

Lonny Samuels, LCSW-C

Glen Burnie Office

Lonny Samuels, LCSW-C has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Maryland since 2001 and an Approved Supervisor for the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners since 2004. Lonny has years of experience working as a child, adult, family and substance abuse therapist, as well as educating providers on providing clinically appropriate services in the midst of the current opioid epidemic. He also has extensive experience as a case manager and developing care programs. Lonny’s therapeutic style starts with Humanism, which means working to understand the client as a whole person. Humanism overlies all the other techniques he uses to help the client achieve their goals. These techniques include Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive techniques, Behaviorism, Motivational Interviewing, and the Changes of Stage model. Lonny will be seeing patients in our Glen Burnie office.

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