Our therapists are available for individual and couples counseling. 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.
Sondra Davis, LCSW-C
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.
Katja Thomas, LCPC
Jolyce O'Neill, LCPC
Glen Burnie Office
Jolyce ONeill is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, in both Maryland and Virginia, and a Licensed Clinical Counseling supervisor in the State of Maryland. Her educational background includes a masters in Clinical Counseling from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Her undergraduate degree is in Human Development with Elementary Education Certification from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland. Following a teaching career in in Baltimore City Public Schools, Jolyce made the transition into clinical counseling, after seeing the community need for mental health support. Jolyce has worked as a clinician in multiple outpatient settings, providing both individual and group counseling, using strategies connected with cognitive behavior therapy, mindfulness, and family systems therapy. She is experienced in working with populations needing support with managing symptoms related to ADHD, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and life and relationship stressors. Jolyce was born and raised in Maryland, and has lived here all her life. She is familiar with the area and local supports, and enjoys being on the water, spending time with friends and family, and reading. Being married with a family, Jolyce also understands the joys and stressors of daily life, and uses life experiences to assist with relating to clients and connecting on a personal level. Her belief is that using a person-centered approach combined with evidenced based practices, promotes a clear understanding of others needs with the desired goal of providing a healthy and rounded outcome for each individual.
Andrew Canterbury, LGPC
Glen Burnie Office
Chelsea Luebbert, LCSW-C
Glen Burnie Office
Chelsea is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been in the field of Behavioral Health since 2013. She earned her Masters Degree from the University of Maryland School of Social Work in 2016. Chelsea has experience in individual, group and family therapy within the context of both inpatient and outpatient treatment settings. She has worked with a variety of different populations including PTSD, Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders, Personality Disorders, Psychotic Disorders, Mood Disorders and ensures proper care is placed on the core issues that drive these illnesses; and help clients understand their emotions and what to do with them. Chelsea focuses on client empowerment and draws from Cognitive, Dialectal and Solution Focused Therapy. Chelseas true passion is to help clients identify their strengths, resilience and goals in order to help them heal; because the most important relationship we have is the one we have with ourselves. She creates a safe, warm environment for clients to share their struggles without judgment. Chelsea incorporates mindfulness and breathing techniques into sessions to assist clients in reconnecting their brains with their bodies and regain control. In her free time, Chelsea enjoys listening to music, reading, making art, hiking and spending time with her fur children.
Amy Weishampel, LCPC
Amy is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in the state of Maryland who received her Masters degree from Johns Hopkins University in 2019. Amy has experience working with a variety of mental health diagnoses including anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and OCD in both individual and group therapy within a community mental health setting. She has a passion for social justice, cultural diversity, and for working with the LGBTQIA+ community and others with sexual, gender, or relationship diversity issues. Amy uses both existential and narrative therapy techniques in an effort to help her clients with their mental health struggles. She enjoys helping clients work to find meaning in their lives and to rewrite their stories to find empowerment through making more intentional decisions about their path.