Linganore Counseling and Wellness, LLC, is a team of skilled mental health professionals dedicated to helping families, individuals, couples and children through some of life's biggest challenges. We treat individuals and families suffering from depression, anxiety, marital discord, addictions, and the behavioral or learning challenges of childhood and adolescence. Our target areas of service include New Market, Lake Linganore, Frederick, Urbana, Mt. Airy, and Walkersville, Maryland. Our practitioners provide marriage counseling, individual counseling, family counseling and group counseling. We offer a wide range of expertise and modalities. We provide our services in an attractive relaxed setting and we strive to offer appointments quickly.
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It is our mission to continually assess the mental health needs of our community and to provide quality service tailored to those needs. Our goal is to provide clients appointments quickly with the therapist best matched to the client's needs. We strive to provide our services in a setting that is comfortable and relaxing
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301-865-2226 ext 300
Mary is a seasoned clinician who works with couples, individuals, families. She has been the owner of Linganore Counseling and Wellness, LLC since its inception in 2006 and has practiced in New Market since 2002. Mary has over twenty-five years’ experience in the mental health profession.
Mary has a strong background in, and is a proponent of solution focused and strategic therapy, but utilizes a variety of approaches in her work. Mary believes in tailoring her approach to the client’s individual situation and personality. She strongly believes in utilizing client strengths and unique abilities to resolve issues.
Mary has solid experience with a large variety of issues but her major strength is relationship building and conflict resolution. Couples and families create their own dynamics which can be beneficial or problematic. Understanding these dynamics can be a powerful healing and strengthening tool. Mary also welcomes individuals who come to therapy. She has learned that individuals suffering from anxiety and depression are often on the brink of discovering information about themselves and taking needed steps that could positively transform their lives.
Prior to establishing her private practice, Mary worked six years as an Employee Assistance Professional, serving firefighters, police officers, government and private industry employees. During this period she also conducted critical incident debriefings, employee trainings and substance abuse assessments. Past experience also includes six years of case management and advocacy for the seriously mentally ill population and five years’ experience in child protective services.
Mary became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Virginia in 1997. She became a nationally Certified Employee Assistance Professional in 1999 and was licensed as a Clinical Social Worker in the State of Maryland in 2000. She received her Master of Social Work Degree in 1990 from Virginia Commonwealth University and her Bachelor of Social Work Degree in 1976 from East Tennessee State University
Phone: 301-865-2226 ext 308
Eve provides empathetic and supportive treatment with the goal of improving clients’ self-concept and social functioning using a strengths-based perspective and a cognitive behavioral approach
Eve experience includes working with children and adolescents and in addressing impediments to self-esteem such as shame and guilt, addictions, abuse and relationship issues. Her experience also includes counseling for individuals and couples facing separation or divorce, addictions counseling, working with victims of child abuse and neglect, and family therapy.
She has a strong background in facilitating group therapy and teaching didactic group classes for specific concerns. She provides culturally sensitive support to help clients' identify and resolve areas of conflict, advocate on their own behalf if necessary, and refer for continuing community support. Eve admires her clients’ willingness to explore their concerns with a counselor and she focuses that time together taking the necessary steps toward a positive outcome.
Eve graduated with a Masters in Social Work from the University of Maryland in 2005. She has her License Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C), license as well as a Drug and Alcohol Counselor license CSC-A/D.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x314
An eclectic, integrative therapist, Donna believes the journey surrounding mental health is uniquely individual and deeply personal. She brings empathy, trust, understanding and humor to each experience. Donna works with children, adolescents and adults. Areas of expertise include grief and loss, trauma, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, mood disorders, and family/system conflict.
Donna is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). She is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Board Certified-Telemental Health Provider (BC-TMH). She is a Certified Integrative Mental Health Professional [CIMHP]. Donna is certified as a Clinically Trained Trauma Professional: Level II C-PTSD (CCTP-II) ), and is also a Certified Grief Professional (CGP). She is certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy [C-DBT]. She holds a certificate in Animal Assisted Therapy Training. Areas of special study while pursuing her graduate degree included history and methodology of animals in the therapeutic setting, and integrative applications of various animal assistive therapeutic techniques as adjunctive therapies.
Donna is a published author. She has lectured as well as designed coursework to further the education, capability, and awareness of the use of animal assisted techniques in both the therapeutic and non-therapeutic environments.
She received her Master’s degree in Counseling from McDaniel College (2015).
Phone: 301-865-2226 x312
Linda Beckman is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with over 30 years of experience with adolescent and adult clients with various mental health and substance abuse issues. Since 2015, she has worked extensively with client’s with grief and loss issues to include counseling adults and children who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Linda’s expertise includes: grief, loss, substance abuse issues, dual diagnosis, as well as self- esteem and anger management. Linda works with adults, couples, families, teens, and children. She specializes in gay/lesbian issues, relapse from addiction prevention, and grief counseling.
Linda has a master’s degree in mental health counselling from McDaniel College in Westminster Maryland and a Master’s degree in Thanatology (study of death, dying, and bereavement) from Hood College in Frederick, Maryland. She also has Bachelors in Psychology from Hood College, and worked for over six years in Southern Arizona with abused and neglected children to include children crossing the border from Mexico and South America who needed sheltered. Linda has also worked at several inpatient addiction centers and helped start a daytime treatment program for older adults suffering from depression because of aging and grief issues in Sierra Vista Arizona.
Linda has presented to both professionals and laypeople alike on the following topics: mental health and self-care basics for law enforcement and school professionals, trauma awareness, mental health issues in the elderly, anger management, self-esteem building, and grief/ terminal illness management.
Linda believes in a holistic approach to therapy where both therapist and client foster a relationship based on empathy and trust. She helps her clients explore change by discovering possible past stumbling blocks and finding realistic solutions in the present through goal setting, self-awareness, and self-discovery. Linda enjoys hiking, yoga, gardening, reading, and working on her own daily journey of change and growth.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x303
Laura is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who works with children, adolescents, adults and families by providing a compassionate and non-judgmental space to explore life’s challenges. To support change, Laura uses an eclectic therapeutic style to ensure that her approach is consistent with the goals and preferences of each individual client. She believes a strong therapeutic relationship is an integral part of helping her clients to achieve personal growth, improve awareness and gain insight into patterns of emotional issues.
Laura’s areas of experience include anxiety, ADHD, trauma and mood disorders. She is also skilled in parent education, crisis intervention and relationship conflict. Laura graduated with her Master’s Degree in Counseling from the University of Maryland in 2007. Professionally, Laura has experience working in a psychiatric hospital, a residential mental health facility, a program for at risk youth, and most recently at an outpatient mental health clinic.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x 310
Kory has experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Reactive Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Person Centered Therapy, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Character Disorders, Addictions, and Severely Mentally Ill.
Kory specializes in working with adolescents and adults in groups, as couples, or individually.
Kory strives to provide a kind, caring, and warm atmosphere where his clients can feel comfortable being themselves. His goal is to provide an optimum environment for personal growth, where clients feel heard, understood, and accepted.
Kory received his Bachelors of Science Degree in Social Work and Masters of Science Degree in Multidisciplinary Studies from the State University of New York College at Buffalo, and doctorate in Educational Psychology from Capella University and is a veteran and served as a noncommissioned officer in the U.S. Coast Guard.
Phone 301-865-2226 x305
Elizabeth is a Licensed Professional counselor with a diverse background in both mental health and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Elizabeth uses an integrative eclectic approach that brings empathetic understanding and warmth to the therapy process. She uses a trauma informed individualized approach recognizing the present concerns are often result of past events. Elizabeth incorporates mindfulness and meditation with a focus on the here and now combined with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She is comfortable and has experience with a diverse population of people including LGBTQ, Spiritual/Natured based paths, faith based religious, and non-religious. Elizabeth works with children, adolescents, and adults. She offers therapy for PTSD, sexual trauma, depression, anxiety, substance use, divorce care, and conflicted relationships.
Elizabeth was a special education teacher for six years specializing in early childhood education. She moved to case management with children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities for six years. In 2011, she changed paths to severe and persistent mental illness working with societies most vulnerable populations, which includes homelessness and severe poverty. Elizabeth has over 20 years’ experience working with children, adolescents, and adults.
When not working, Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her family and friends attending local events, hiking, camping, and connecting with the world around her.
Phone 301-865-2226 x304
Allison uses an integrative, strengths-based, and mindful approach in which clients can enhance self-awareness and resolve individual challenges. Initiating life change through therapy takes courage and Allison believes in honoring the innate wisdom that each client brings with them into the therapeutic process. Her therapeutic style is warm, open and supportive. She incorporates interventions from multiple therapies to meet the unique needs of each client, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS), Motivational Interviewing, Solutions-Focused Therapy, creative and somatic techniques, and mindfulness.
Allison has experience in addressing anxiety and depression, relationship challenges, grief, life transitions, role strain, trauma, spirituality, parenting, and stress-management. She enjoys working with adults, transition-aged youth, and adolescents. Allison received her master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work in 2016 and became a Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical (LCSW-C) in 2019. She has worked with children, adults, and families in school settings, homes, and in an outpatient behavioral health clinic setting. In addition to her clinical background, Allison has over 13 years’ experience as a yoga instructor teaching meditation, body-awareness and mindfulness.
Phone 301-865-2226 x306
Above all, Chris believes in the value of a client centered approach to therapy as well as the value of the therapeutic partnership between the client and therapist. In working with others, Chris believes in the essential “goodness” of people and utilizes an evidence and strengths based approach in working with the client towards growth and change. Chris believes in using an eclectic style to best meet the needs of the client and has training in the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused Therapy, trauma informed therapy, and Internal System Therapy. Chris has experience working with trauma, complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), mood disorders, substance use disorders, personality disorders, self-esteem, and anger.
Chris received his undergraduate degree from Old Dominion University in 2010 and completed his graduate degree at Towson University in 2015. Previously, Chris gained experience working in an inpatient hospital, in the community, and an outpoint mental health clinic. Chris has worked with individuals, adolescents, children, and groups.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x332
David is a clinical social worker providing therapy for individuals, adolescents, couples, and families. David brings many years of experience working with adults and children in various community settings. He feels that working with and supporting families is a dynamic part of building strong communities.
David practices a strength-based approach and values the importance of creating clarity and connection. He works diligently with each individual to realize awareness of self, awareness of others, and awareness of their environments. He enjoys maximizing potential that others find within themselves and provides support as they develop throughout their individual journeys. David is an empathetic listener and provides a relaxing environment to share. David received his clinical license from Salisbury University.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x307
Christina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who uses an eclectic therapeutic approach to each client’s unique situation. Christina believes in addressing her client’s needs from a strengths-based perspective and believes in the importance of developing trust in the client/therapist relationship by providing empathy, support and encouragement to make lasting positive changes in the lives of her clients. She has experience working with Adolescents, Adults, Couples and Families. Her areas of expertise include trauma, depression, anxiety, mood and personality disorders, alcohol and substance abuse issues, dual diagnosis, anger management, stress management, marital problems, and family conflict.
Christina has a master's degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work in Baltimore, Maryland. She earned her bachelor's degree in social work from Hood College in Frederick, Maryland. She has years of experience working with individuals who suffer from substance abuse and dual diagnosis and is currently employed at a Residential Substance Abuse center where she provides individual psychotherapy, group therapy, couples therapy and family therapy. Christina was also the director of a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program at an outpatient mental health clinic in Hagerstown, Maryland which provided intense rehabilitative services and life skills to individuals with severe mental health issues.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x318
Shannon is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over twenty years of counseling, consultation and research experience. She is devoted to helping people across the life span – from preschoolers to the elderly. She has provided individual, family and group therapy in the home, school, residential, and community settings.
Shannon strives to provide a counseling environment that is welcoming and non-judgmental. Her listening style is empathic and sincere. She uses a holistic approach and a variety of therapeutic techniques, including solution focused, strengths based, cognitive behavioral and play, to help clients meet their personal goals. She is experienced in addressing depression, anxiety, self-esteem, peer relationships, social skills, parenting concerns and life transitions.
Her educational and professional background includes a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Towson University (1993), a Master of Social Work from the University of Maryland (1997), and Licensed Certified Social Worker – Clinical (LCSW-C) licensure from the state of Maryland (2002). Prior to joining Linganore Counseling and Wellness, Shannon provided early childhood prevention and early intervention consultation services, she directed a mentoring program for at-risk youth, and administered cognitive testing for longitudinal aging research.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x319
Elizabeth is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works with adults, adolescents, and children. Elizabeth believes in treating each person as an individual and strives to build relationships built on respect and trust. Elizabeth uses multiple treatment approaches to meet the specific needs of each client. Elizabeth utilizes Family Systems Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and mindfulness techniques to empower people to achieve their treatment goals.
Elizabeth received her Master’s in Social Work (MSW) in 2017 from Winthrop University in South Carolina and her license for clinical social work (LCSW-C) in 2020. Elizabeth’s prior work experience includes working with families who have experienced generational abuse and neglect as well as working with survivors of human trafficking.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x320
Lisa Long knew helping others would be her life calling after receiving a, “Bouquet for the Day,” in the 2nd grade for helping a troubled peer during class. In pursuit of that calling, Lisa graduated in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She provided services to adjudicated adults and went on to work with persons suffering from severe mental illness and sexually transmitted diseases before graduating in 2001 with a Master’s Degree in Social Work.
Lisa, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C), has been providing psychoeducational and therapeutic services for over 25 years with adolescents and adults. She has experience providing service in the areas of: Anxiety & Stress Management, Attention Deficit Disorders, Depression, Family Abuse, Parenting and Co-Parenting, Separation & Divorce, Military Family Life Skills, Relationship Enhancement, Anger Control, and Behavioral & Oppositional Defiant Disorders. Lisa uses an eclectic approach incorporating both cognitive-behavioral and humanistic methods to guide her clients through the therapeutic process.
She is known for being very direct (she does not sugar coat things) yet empathetic and compassionate in support of her client’s journey.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x333
Kristian is a Licensed Professional Counselor at Linganore Counseling and Wellness. He works with children, adolescents, and adults. He strives to provide a supportive, compassionate, and open-minded environment for the client to explore their lives. Kristian uses an eclectic approach to therapy, believing that everyone is unique, and that therapy should be fitted to the needs of each person.
Kristian utilizes a variety of techniques including cognitive behavioral therapy, solution brief focused therapy, as well as existentialism and play therapy, aiming to focus on the strengths of the client. An emphasis is placed on the relationship between the client and the therapist, thus giving the client the opportunity to foster self-awareness and growth. Kristian's primary focuses are on anxiety, mood disorders, ADHD, relationships, and traumatic experiences.
Kristian graduated with his Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from McDaniel College in 2021, earning his license shortly after. He also received Bachelors' degrees in Psychology and Sociology in 2013 from McDaniel College. Kristian completed his internship at Linganore Counseling and Wellness, where he provided services to clients of different ages, and worked on a variety of issues. Kristian has worked as a social coach to college students with Autism and learning disabilities in the past, including co-leading social learning groups for the students. When not counseling, Kristian enjoys composing music, reading, going out with his friends, and playing with his energetic German Shepherd.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x315
Sharon believes that each person is unique and treats each client as such. She utilizes strengths-based and cognitive behavioral approaches depending on the clients, their needs and what their presenting concerns are. Sharon has extensive experience in working with children and families that have experienced extensive trauma through abuse and neglect.
She is compassionate and empathic and collaborates well with the children and families that she works with. Sharon provides culturally sensitive support to help her clients work through life styles and life’s challenges. She collaborates with her clients and empowers them to make choices and changes that will help them work through difficult life situations.
Sharon received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Hood College in 2009. Her Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2010, her concentration was Child and Families. Sharon also did undergraduate work at Frederick Community College in the field of addictions and substance abuse. Sharon has also been a member of the Frederick County Human Trafficking Response Team since 2018.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x316
Doug is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor at Linganore Counseling and Wellness. He believes that counseling provides a safe space to reflect on the past and present, achieve greater clarity and perspective on life issues, and identify previously unseen options and choices that can help implement new, more effective strategies to address life’s challenges.
Doug’s therapy interests include working with adults and couples dealing with grief and loss, trauma, depression, anxiety, addictions, and relationship issues using evidence-based practices to include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Doug is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) with a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Master of Arts degree in Addictions Counseling from University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, KY.
Doug is also a US Army veteran who served during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm and has remained attuned to the challenges military members, veterans, and their families face.
Prior to embarking on a career in counseling, he completed a Master of Science degree in Information and Telecommunications Systems from The Johns Hopkins University School of Continuing Studies. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and has extensive work experience as an information assurance engineering professional.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x334
Mallory is a therapist at Linganore Counseling and Wellness. Mallory believes in a strong therapeutic alliance and an evidence-based approach tailored to the unique needs of individual clients. Prioritizing a person-centered approach, she believes in supporting her clients throughout the therapeutic process and working collaboratively to achieve positive and lasting change.
Mallory has extensive experiencing working directly with individuals recovering from substance use disorders, and background in the treatment of anxiety and obsessive-compulsive related disorders.
Mallory is also passionate about working individually with children, adolescents, and adults, as well as with groups and families. Herclinical interests include anxiety, mood, and trauma disorders, and childhood disorders such as ADHD. When she’s not practicing therapy, Mallory enjoys quality time with her friends, family, and animals, taking care of her plants, and spending time in nature.
She received her masters degree from Towson University in Maryland, May of 2022
Phone: 301-865-2226 x301
Valerie is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) at Linganore Counseling and Wellness. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults, and aims to provide a welcoming, supportive environment to all clients. Valerie believes a holistic approach to wellness is often beneficial to address life’s challenges and promote personal growth.
Valerie utilizes a variety of approaches when working with clients including existential, play therapy, expressive methods, stress management, and cognitive-behavioral therapies (CBT). Her clinical interests include grief/loss adjustments, mood disorders, anxiety, and relationship issues. She is especially passionate about helping clients navigate major life transitions such as vocational exploration, career changes, and mid-life events.
Valerie graduated with her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from McDaniel College in 2022, and earned her professional license shortly thereafter. She completed her internships at Linganore Counseling and Wellness.
Prior to working in the mental health field, Valerie obtained a master’s certificate in Organizational Development from Mount Saint Mary’s University in 2013. Her professional background also includes extensive experience in corporate training, learning and development, talent acquisition, project management, and photography.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x331
Michelle is a graduate counseling intern at Linganore Counseling and Wellness. Michelle believes in creating a warm and accepting environment for therapeutic work that flexes to the needs of the individual, couple, or family. She is interested in working with individuals across the
Phone: 301-865-2226 x331
Michelle is a graduate counseling intern at Linganore Counseling and Wellness. Michelle believes in creating a warm and accepting environment for therapeutic work that flexes to the needs of the individual, couple, or family. She is interested in working with individuals across the lifespan, from childhood to later life. Michelle utilizes an eclectic approach to therapy with a person-centered focus and an interest in solution-focused therapy and internal family systems therapy. Michelle is currently completing her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at William & Mary. She received her undergraduate degree in English Literature from Lewis and Clark College in 2001. Michelle has a professional background in education and has extensive experience teaching children, adolescents, and adults. These experiences have contributed to her belief that learning and self-discovery are integral aspects of personal growth.
Phone: 301-865-2226 x317
Casey is a counseling intern at Linganore Counseling and Wellness. Casey seeks to create a therapeutic atmosphere that is welcoming, collaborative, non-judgmental, and person-centered. She strives to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals of all backgrounds and stron
Phone: 301-865-2226 x317
Casey is a counseling intern at Linganore Counseling and Wellness. Casey seeks to create a therapeutic atmosphere that is welcoming, collaborative, non-judgmental, and person-centered. She strives to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals of all backgrounds and strongly values the therapeutic relationship. She believes there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to counseling and that therapeutic modalities must be tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual. Casey utilizes an eclectic approach with interests in techniques found within person-centered therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and play therapy.
Casey graduated from Mount St. Mary’s University in 2021 with a bachelor's degree in Psychology and a minor in Human Services. Currently, she is completing her master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Liberty University.
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