Center practitioners draw from many theories of psychotherapy to support client growth and change. Our orientation is holistic in that transformation is most likely to occur when a person’s spiritual, mental, social, and physical dimensions are supported. Our specific theories include cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, psychodynamic, and transpersonal. Clients are encouraged to participate in adjunct therapies such as aerobic exercise, yoga, meditation, acupuncture, and massage. Modifications in diet and lifestyle are also encouraged to reduce stress and promote well being.
Mental Health Practitioners
Nina Anzalone, LCSW-C, PALicensed Certified Social Work
301-631-2936 ext. 240 | Email Nina Anzalone, LCSW-C, PA
Holistic Addictions Treatment & Recovery, Codependency Recovery, Depression, Grief And Loss, Relationship Issues, Trauma, Exploration Of Spiritual Life Path, Couples Therapy, Group Therapy (Mindfulness And Mindfulness Meditation Groups), Life Transitions—Divorce, Health Issues, Retirement.
Regina Flanigan, MS, LCPCPsychotherapy
301-631-2936 ext. 220 | Email Regina Flanigan, MS, LCPC
Integrated, CBT and mindfulness based approaches to anxiety, stress and worry, couple and relationship issues, depression, loss and life transitions. Meditation and anxiety support groups. Learn more...
Cynthia Wilcox, PhDPsychologist
301.228.2424 | Email Cynthia Wilcox, PhD
Linda Moran, LCSW-CPsychotherapy
301-631-2936 ext. 304 | Email Linda Moran, LCSW-C
Caring for a Significant Other During a Chronic Illness, Collaborative Co Parenting, Couples Therapy, Depression & Anxiety, Divorce & Separation, Grief, Life Change & Transitions. Learn more...