Psychotherapy

Our psychotherapists offer individual therapy for those struggling with a wide variety of mental health needs. Our professionals utilize a number of therapy treatment modalities to best address the unique needs of each patient. This includes and is not limited to: talk therapy, couple’s therapy, CBT, and EMDR. Our providers strive to meet the needs of those who suffer from (but not limited to): ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, OCD, Personality Disorders, PTSD, and history of substance abuse. Providers also help develop coping skills to address issues related to (but not limited to): family/interpersonal relationships, abuse history, stress reduction, caregiver support, grief, cultural diversity, LGTBQIA+ needs, and coping with medical illness. 

Sondra Davis, LCSW-C

Pikesville 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.

Katja Thomas, LCPC

Columbia Office

Katja Thomas is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) who earned her master’s 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 cognitive-behavioral 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.

Jolyce O'Neill

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, LCPC

Glen Burnie Office

Andrew is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LGPC) who earned his masters from Johns Hopkins University. He specializes in depression, anxiety, and addiction. Andrew has experience working with clients that suffer with co-occurring disorders in conjunction with substance abuse as well as family therapy. He also has experience working with at-risk youth that have been diagnosed with a variety of
mental health illnesses including Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and other emotional and developmental disorders. Andrew uses an eclectic approach to therapy that draws heavily on the Cognitive-Behavioral and Solution-Focused schools of thought with significant interventions that are based on self-talk as defined in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). He believes that the therapeutic relationship between is one of the most important aspects in therapy which is why he utilizes empathy and a wide array of therapeutic techniques to develop a trusting relationship with his clients in order to help the client feel safe engaging in the therapeutic process. Andrews previous experience and skill set makes him ideal to help clients that are struggling with adjustments to life transitions, stress, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, addiction, attachment, low self-esteem, and family issues.

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.

Avigayil (Abby) Rabi, LMSW

Pikesville Office

Abby is a Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW) and earned her Master’s degree at the University of Maryland. Abby has experience counseling clients struggling with various mental health disorders such as PTSD, anxiety, depression, bipolar, ADHD, OCD, and autism, in addition to other disorders. Abby is passionate about assisting people in their journey of self-love and empowerment and uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness, Person-Centered Therapy, and Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapeutic approaches. Abby is driven to help create change and growth with her clients and focuses on giving her clients tools and motivation to fulfill their goals.

Lindsey West, LMSW

Glen Burnie Office

Lindsey is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) who graduated from University of Maryland with her Master’s Degree. She has experience working with various types of conditions such as Autism, ADHD, Bipolar, Anxiety, OCD, PTSD, Personality Disorders, communication issues, relationship issues and boundary issues. Lindsey also has experience with groups and individuals in outpatient settings. She takes an eclectic approach by combining CBT, mindfulness, exposure therapy and solution focused therapy. She is passionate about working with individuals in kink, LGBT,  subculture, and counterculture communities and creates a safe space to speak freely. Lindsey hopes to empower individuals to find their inner strength and create the boundaries necessary to maintain the skills they develop in therapy. She is down to earth and in her free time she enjoys working out, spending time with her cats, experimenting with interior design and thrifting.

KAP  IMMERSION PROGRAM

Here at MMH, we are now offering individual Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy sessions! This is a highly confidential and selective program for Concierge clients who wish to explore the benefits that KAP can offer.

 

This treatment will provide an intensive outpatient immersion experience, along with the help of our most experienced clients. This is a 6 week program that is self pay. The cost is $500 per treatment and a typical treatment course is 6-10 sessions. You will be led by our Board Certified Psychiatrist, and assisted by our Ketamine informed Psychotherapists throughout this program. The goal of KAP is to help clients dig deep to not only understand, but achieve peace with symptoms related to: addiction, anxiety, depression, and/or trauma. This program is not meant to replace individual psychotherapy or medication management, but our goal is to jumpstart progress for anyone who feels “stuck” in

the state of “unwell.” 

If you would like to jumpstart your journey to wellness, please give our office a call at (443) 354-1200. Our Ketamine-Informed Technician is readily available to complete your phone screening, and answer any questions you may have!

EMDR Services

Eye Movement Desensitization &
Reprocessing (EMDR) is an evidence-based therapy used to treat a wide range of conditions, including PTSD, grief/loss, anxiety, and mood disorders.
EMDR uses a technique called bilateral stimulation (BLS), which uses eye movements, tapping, and sounds to assist with repairing the brain process so that distressing memories are no longer disturbing.
 
MMH is now offering EMDR with our senior Psychotherapist! Please call our office to schedule your free consultation at (443) 354-1200.