Katrina Boverman, LCSW-C, Therapist
I am a Social Worker in private practice and my work is dedicated to empowering, guiding, and facilitating personal and professional change. I provide counseling, small business and organizational consulting and project assistance for a variety of clients.
I have an enthusiasm about change and the ability to see possibilities in every challenge. My professional experience spans over 25 years with public, private, profit and non-profit domains providing counseling, consulting, administrative, management and program development, quality assurance, and technical assistance services.
Throughout my career, I have assisted hundreds of clients interested in making positive shifts in their life, spearheaded the development of creative programs, provided clinical leadership and ensured high quality standards. I am currently enrolled in the Applied Healing Arts graduate program at Tai Sophia Institute in Laurel, Maryland, which integrates philosophy, spirituality and psychology (for more information on community and graduate programs, check out www.tai.edu.com).
Evening and Saturday hours are available for the convenience of my clients.
Elissa Levine, LCSW-C, LICSW
Elissa Levine is a Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical, and a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Social Work. In her work, she uses EMDR, Brainspotting, Emotional Focused and Encounter Therapy for Couples, Gestalt Psychotherapy, Bonding Psychotherapy, Awareness meditation, Integral Somatic Psychology, Hellinger Family Constellations, Expressive modalities (including art, music, and narrative), and Trauma Focused Cognitive therapy.
Elissa is also certified as a Supervisor for advanced social work licensure in the State of Maryland and Washington, DC.
Elissa has worked successfully with clients with PTSD, OCD, depression, anxiety, and other disorders that often begin as a result of childhood trauma including sexual abuse and family violence. In her work as the Program Manager for Counseling at House of Ruth Maryland’s Prince Georges County office, she gained expertise in working with victims of domestic violence including helping them to heal from abuse, become empowered, and develop healthy relationships.
Robert S. Seiler, Jr., LCSW-C
I am passionate about helping others grow and thrive! The individuals and couples I work with are amazingly resilient, resourceful, and capable of fashioning the lives they want. In therapy we will explore collaboratively and mindfully how behaviors and emotions from childhood hold you back today. You can learn to feel better and develop deeper, more satisfying relationships. I offer a safe, empathic presence to help you get unstuck and create a more joyful life. I am a preferred provider for CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield.
John Zager, Ph.D.
I have a Ph.D. degree in psychology, and I am licensed in the State of Maryland. I am a graduate of the psychology program at the University of Maryland in College Park. I currently have a psychotherapy practice. Regarding psychotherapy, in my experience, a person seeks the assistance of a therapist when a pattern of behavior is no longer effective or when a life transition occurs. In turn, a person begins to develop new options and new life directions when he or she has the experience of being heard and being understood. This is the service that I offer to individuals and couples.
I have background in working with people who are experiencing stress and anxiety due to family or relationship concerns, work conflict or trauma. Another area that people have sought help with is sadness and depressed mood which may follow a loss. I also have background in addiction treatment, maintaining sobriety and in understanding the impact of addiction on personal and family life. Further, I see people who need help in recognizing and working through personal and family distress which may arise during young adulthood, the middle years or during one’s senior years.
I am in network with Blue Cross, United Health, Aetna and Cigna.