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Meet our Therapists

We offer in-person therapy as well as teletherapy sessions.  Please review the therapists'  biographies to learn about them and their availability.

We use Google Meet as our online platform.

Eileen Baughan MA, LCPC

Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling; Licensed Certified Professional Counselor

Eileen works with emerging adults and adults.

Eileen brings over eighteen years of mental health experience as a psychotherapist in a variety of settings, including private practice, community agencies, schools and physicians' practices. Eileen bases her work as a therapist on her belief that every person has the capacity for change and growth, at any stage of life.  Forging the belief of mind, body and spirit connection, Eileen's holistic approach to therapy is supportive, judgement free, strength based and solution focused, geared towards the client's identified goals and needs. Incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused therapy, Mindfulness and through a trauma informed lens, Eileen guides her clients to identify strengths, recognize and build on past successes and address any thinking and/or patterns that may be blocking positive growth and changes. Eileen's empathic nature has helped her become especially gifted working with individuals who struggle with diminished self-esteem; chronic/acute illness; chronic/acute pain;  life threatening illness; anxiety; depression; mood disorders; grief/loss; trauma; life transitions and stress disorders.

Eileen see clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Eileen's email: [email protected]

Eileen's direct phone number: 443.315.2914

Eileen is in-network with Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth, CareFirst, Hopkins EHP, BlueCross/BlueShield and United Health Care.

Eileen offers in-person therapy as well as virtual teletherapy sessions.

Judi Curl

Judi Curl MSSW, LCSW-C

Master of Science in Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical

Judi works with teens, emerging adults and adults.

Judi fulfilled a lifelong dream of earning her Masters Degree in Social Work as a non-traditional student after working as a secretary and raising a family.  Judi has twenty years of experience providing mental health support to children, teens, adults, families and groups in inpatient and outpatient mental health clinics. She has a wide range of experience in medical settings, residential treatment centers and the legal system, working extensively with clients and the families of clients diagnosed with mental health and substance abuse disorders. Judi's experience working with multi-cultural and first generation immigrants taught her the value of addressing the whole person; mind, body and spirit. Judi has extensive experience working with clients who are facing challenges related to depression; anxiety; mood disorders; trauma; loss/grief; self-esteem issues; codependency or dysfunctional family systems; substance abuse; chronic or acute medical diagnosis; career and life transisitons; gender identity issues and other emotional, behavioral issues. Using a trauma informed, solution focused, client centered and strength based approach to therapy, Judi's eclectic approach incorporates aspects of Attachment Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness and expressive modalities (art, music and movement). Judi believes that helping her clients build on their strengths while incorporating new coping strategies is key to successful therapeutic outcomes.

Judi will begin seeing clients Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays beginning mid-October.

Judi  is in the process of becoming in-network with Blue Cross, Blue Shield, CareFirst, Aetna, Cigna, Hopkins EHP, Unitied Health Care and Medicare. Until the process is completed by the insurance companies, Judi is able to work with clients who choose to pay out of pocket.

Judi offers in-person therapy as well as virtual teletherapy sessions.

Sarah Deludos MA, LCPC, NCC

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor; National Certified Counselor

Clinician Mentor

Sarah works with  teens, emerging adults, adults and families.

Sarah has experience working in private practice and in-patient psychiatric facilities providing mental health services to children, adolescents, adults and families.  Sarah's interest is in working with children, teens, young adults who may be struggling with: anxiety; depression; emotional/behavioral concerns; adjustment disorders; school related issues; ADHD; trauma; self-harm; grief/loss; peer pressure/bullying; self-esteem/body image issues; gender identity issues and career/life transitions. Sarah is also skilled in guiding individuals and families through cultural/racial identity issues and adoption. Sarah loves facilitating social skills support groups for children and teens who are looking to master the complicated nuances of peer relationships.

Sarah utilizes various counseling theories and techniques based on an individual's needs.  She takes a humanistic approach to counseling and emphasizes self-understanding, positive self-regard and self- worth.  By incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Structural Family Therapy and Client Centered approaches, she is able to encourage her clients to reflect on past experiences, identify current struggles and become aware of cognitive, behavioral, relational patterns and psychosomatic reactions. Sarah fully engages her client in a collaborative effort, empowering them as they recognize and build upon their core strengths.  Her goal for therapy is to create an open, warm and safe therapeutic environment for each client to heal and grow.

Sarah see clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Sarah's email: [email protected]

Sarah's direct phone number: 443.315.2923

Sarah is in-network with Aetna, Cigna, CareFirst/BCBS, Hopkins EHP and United Health Care.

Sarah offers in-person therapy sessions as well as virtual teletherapy.


Bria Gibbons MSW, LMSW

Master of Social Work; Licensed Master of Social Work

Bria works with teens, young adults, adults, and couples. 


Bria has provided mental health services to children, teens, adults, families and groups in in-patient therapeutic settings and schools for the past six years. Bria has experience  working with individuals struggling with anxiety; adjustment disorders; attachment disorders: depression; trauma; self-harm; loss/grief; LGBTQ gender issues; peer relationships; family conflict; learning differences; ADHD; autism; and emotional dysregulation. Bria is skilled in helping couples and families develop healthy communication and relationships.

Bria uses a client centered approach with elements of trauma focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness, to facilitate positive change and growth in her clients.  Her strength-based approach incorporates creative modalities.  Bria is passionate about helping her clients develop the tools and skills necessary to cope with challenges, as well as identify and explore strengths that lead to improved self-worth and quality of life.

Bria sees clients Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays. 

Bria’s email: [email protected]

Bria is in-network with Aetna, Cigna, CareFirst, BCBS and United HealthCare.  

Bria offers in-person therapy sessions as well as virtual teletherapy.

Philip Guillet MS, LCPC

Master of Science in Pastoral Counseling; Licensed Clinicial Professional Counselor

Philip works with children, teens, emerging adults, adults and couples.

Philip's thirteen years of experience in the mental health field spans community mental programs, specialized academic programs as well as in private practice.  Philip incorporates his goal of cultivating self-compassion, character resiliency and spiritual strength in his approach as a therapist. Philip's experiences working with clients struggling with life challenges allows him to meld many styles of interventions into his therapeutic approach. His focus of guiding clients to consider a compassionate, loving relationship with themselves is evident as he incorporates aspects of Trauma Informed, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person Centered Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), EMDR, Mindfulness and other interactive, collaborative approaches to meet each client's needs.  Philip's interests and experiences include working with individuals who are trauma survivors; individuals struggling with mood disorders; depression; anxiety; self-harm; LGBTQ and gender orientation; grief/loss; development differences; disordered eating behaviors; self esteem/body image difficulties; dysfunctional family dynamics; peer relationships and social skills challenges. Additionally, Philip enjoys working with individuals who incorporate physical activity into their lives, or hope to include movement and fitness into their self-care plan.

Philip sees clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Philip's email: [email protected]

Philip's direct phone number: 443.315.2922

Philip is in network with Aetna, Cigna, CareFirst, BCBS, UHC and EHP with Hopkins.

Philip offers in-person therapy sessions as well as virtual teletherapy.


 Farah Hasta, MA, LGPC

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology; Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor; Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy concentration

Farah works with teens, emerging adults, adults, couples, and families.

Farah brings a wealth of training, education, and expertise as a mental health professional.  Farah’s journey has been deliberate. She followed her desire to work as a mental health professional initially as a Crisis Hotline Volunteer.  Farah’s warm, compassionate demeanor became an asset for the many individuals she was able to support. Working with individuals in crisis encouraged Farah to seek professional opportunities to work with individuals who struggled with challenging, often traumatic life experiences. For the past five years, Farah has had a tremendous impact on individuals, families, and couples she provided counseling services to as a counselor for college students through the Student Health and Wellness Center, and in her capacity as a Specialist in a community mental health agency. She is experienced working with clients struggling with depression; anxiety; mood disorders; trauma; self-harm; substance use disorders; school, peer and family conflicts; marital/relationship stress; body image/self-esteem; gender identity issues; life transitions; grief/loss; and family conflict.  Farah’s approach is deeply humanistic and integrative, utilizing multi-modal strategies to provide the most comprehensive care. Farah’s person-centered approach is dynamic and distinctly tailored to the individual. She often utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness, and Solution-Focused Therapy in her practice, along with several creative modalities. Clients are receptive to her authenticity and warmth, thereby making collaborative treatment, exploration and healing possible.

Farah sees clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

Farah’s email: [email protected]

Farah is under the supervision of Debbie Disney, LCSW-C.

Farah is in-network with Aetna, Cigna, CareFirst, BC/BS, and United Health Care.

Farah offers in-person therapy sessions as well as virtual teletherapy.

Lucy Holz Anson MSW, LCSW-C

Master of Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical

Lucy works with teens, emerging adults, adults, couples and families.

Lucy has over twelve years in the clinical mental health field.  Lucy's strong background providing individual, group and family therapy in in-patient settings, out-patient settings and community mental health centers honed her skills as a psychotherapist.  Her work with adolescents, young adults, college students, veterans and members of historically marginalized communities has defined the therapeutic relationship she develops with clients.  The diversity of Lucy's clients' needs allows Lucy to incorporate a comprehensive, holistic  trauma-informed approach that encourages positive social, emotional and mental health growth. Lucy understands the importance of building a trusting and safe therapeutic relationship, providing a comfortable and inviting space for her clients to focus on their natural strengths, resiliency and desire to repair, heal and grow. Lucy weaves a variety of therapeutic modalities into her approach with clients incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness as well as creative modalities that encourage client comfort and expression. Lucy's areas of interest and expertise include: mood disorders; acute eating disorders; self-injurious behaviors;  body image; self-esteem/confidence; trauma; post traumatic stress disorder; anxiety; depression; adjustment disorders; women's mental health issues; gender identity issues; family conflict; and reintegration for military personnel.

Lucy sees clients Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Lucy's email: [email protected]

Lucy's direct phone number: 443.315.2920

Lucy is in-network with Aetna, Cigna, CareFirst, Blue Cross/Blue Shield; Hopkins EHP, Tricare/Humana, Medicare and United Health Care.

Lucy offers virtual teletherapy sessions.

Stan Lacienski MA, LCPC

Master of Arts Counseling Psychology; Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Gottman Couples Therapy - Level 1 Trained

Board Certified Supervisor

Stan works with teens, emerging adults, couples, individuals and families.

Stan enjoys working with young individuals, adolescents, young adults, college students, families and couples. He has extensive experience in Higher Education, is trained in Family Mediation and has worked with clients struggling with substance abuse; gambling addiction; mood disorders; anxiety; depression; learning disorders; families in transition and/or in conflict; LGBTQ issues.  He is also very familiar with the stressors and conflicts Military, Police Officers and First Responders face.

Stan is a "jack of all trades" when it comes to his experience and expertise as a clinician.  Stan is trained as a Family Mediator; training which has enabled him to be effective with adolescents and their families.  He is able to assist them in developing behavioral strategies that will bring harmony in the home environment.  Stan is passionate about helping young adults and adults during transitional periods of their lives, whether that transition is a change in employment; a change in career; a change in family status; personal relationship changes or loss.  His journeys have allowed him the opportunity to work with military and para-military personnel, including first responders. Stan utilizes various modalities when working with clients, including Cognitive Behavior Therapy(CBT), Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS), Motivational Interviewing Therapy (MIT) and Solution Focused Therapy.  When working with couples, he incorporates the Gottman model as well as other successful techniques.

Stan's interest is in helping his clients, from children to seniors, work through life events that may be affecting their enjoyment in daily living.

Stan see clients Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Stan's email: [email protected]

Stan's direct phone number: 443.315.2925

Stan is in-network with Aetna, CareFirst, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, United Health Care and Hopkins EHP.

Stan offers in-person therapy sessions as well as virtual teletherapy.


Katlyn Michaels MSW, LMSW

Master of Social Work; Licensed Master of Social Work

Katlyn works with school-age children, adolescents, emerging adults, couples, and families.

 Katlyn has worked in the mental health field for eight years, serving children, families, adolescents and adults in community and school-based settings as well as in outpatient and inpatient treatment programs. Katlyn’s experience as an outpatient therapist for children, teens, and adults facing mental health or addiction challenges along with her extensive experience as an inpatient psychiatric social worker for children and teens formed her approach with clients. Katlyn believes that clients deserve to be nurtured in a warm, open, non-judgmental environment where they are free to heal. Clients can expect therapy with Katlyn to be a partnership, infused with compassion, empathy, even humor. Working from a trauma-informed, strength-based lens, Katlyn utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness as well as creative modalities in her work. In addition to incorporating art based and play based modalities, Katlyn is comfortable bringing faith-based dialogue into the therapeutic process if a client requests this perspective. Katlyn’s areas of interest and experience include: Grief/Loss; Self-Injurious Behaviors; Body Image/Self Esteem; Gender Identity; LGBTQ; Bullying; School and Social Concerns; Sexual Trauma; Faith/Spirituality Related Concerns; Acute and Complex Trauma; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; Pre-Marital Counseling; Coping with Addiction of a Loved One; Women’s Issues; Anxiety; Depression; Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; Adjustment Disorders; Mood Disorders; Intellectual/developmental disabilities; and Life Transitions.

 Katlyn is under the supervision of Debbie Disney, LCSW-C

Katlyn's email : [email protected]

Katlyn's phone number: 410.777.8151 x217

Katlyn sees clients Monday-Friday.

Katlyn is in-network with Aetna, Carefirst, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna and United HealthCare.  

Katlyn offers virtual teletherapy sessions. 

Audrey Olszewski MS, LGPG, NCC

Master of Science in Counseling; Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor;  National Certified Counselor

Audrey works with children and families.

Audrey began with PCCC when she was a  second year graduate student in the Community Mental Health Counseling program at McDaniel College. Upon completing of the Masters program, Audrey earned her professional license as a Counselor. Prior to entering the Masters program, Audrey worked with children and adolescents in a residential treatment program as a counselor.  In that capacity Audrey became skilled in working with children with severe emotional behaviors and those with mental health challenges. Audrey is also skilled in working with very young children, building on her six years as a pre-school teacher. Recognizing the importance of a multi-dimensional approach to therapy, Audrey utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Client Focused Therapy and Mindfulness to help clients to develop coping skills and strategies.  By incorporating non-verbal stress reduction techniques as well as utilizing art based and play based modalities, she is able to help her clients foster a strong sense of self and awareness.  Her knowledge of child development and expectations allows her to help children and parents gain the skills needed to foster independent and appropriate behaviors in the home and school environment. Audrey has mastered working with clients who struggle with anxiety; depression; anger; impulse control; school/learning based issues; self-esteem and family dynamics.

Audrey sees clients Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Audrey's email : [email protected]

Audrey's direct phone number: 443.315.2905

Audrey is under the supervision of Debbie Disney, LCSW-C

Audrey is in-network with CareFirst, BC/BS and Cigna.

Audrey offers in-person therapy sessions as well as teletherapy.


Jane Swett MSW, LCSW-C

Master of Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical

Jane works with teens, emerging adults, adults and families.

Jane believes in being genuine and supportive, allowing her to create a safe, empathetic and accepting therapeutic environment. Jane comes to PCCC with over fourteen years of experience with individual, family and group counseling in outpatient clinical settings and intensive in-home therapy. She is skilled in working with clients who are experiencing  life disruptions due to trauma, depression, anxiety, body image issues, self-esteem, ADHD, parenting/child conflict, emotional/behavioral concerns, adjustment disorders and conflict in family. Jane uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, Strength-based, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Family Therapy, Mindfulness/Meditation, Art based therapy, Play based therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy to help her clients reconnect with their inner strength and wisdom.

Jane sees clients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Jane's email is [email protected].

Jane's direct phone number: 443.315.2915

Jane is in-network with Aetna, CareFirst, BCBS, Cigna, Medicare, Hopkins EHP and UHC.

Jane offers in-person therapy sessions as well as virtual teletherapy.



Abbie Taylor, MSW, LCSW-C

Master of Social Work; Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical

Abbie works with children, teens, adults, individuals, couples and families.

Abbie's twenty  years of experience in the mental health field taught her there is no "one size fits all" approach to therapy.  Abbie's work as a grief therapist in hospice care showed her the power of resiliency and strength as she supported her clients during their difficult experiences.  While working with clients in a psychiatric hospital, Abbie's compassion and skills encouraged clients to recognize their core strengths in order to move towards self-awareness, emotional repair and positive change. The diversity of Abbie's work in the mental health field has given her experience and expertise with a variety of mental health diagnosis and issues, including: mood disorders; anxiety; adjustment disorders;  depression; trauma; disordered eating and body image;  self esteem; self injurious behaviors; developmental disabilities; ADHD; grief/loss; gender identity; family conflict; school related behaviors and struggles; life transitions.  Using a strength based, trauma informed approach, Abbie incorporates aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness as well as creative modalities into the therapeutic process, empowering her clients to explore unlimited possibilities in order to heal, repair, change and grow.

Abbie sees clients Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Abbie's email is [email protected]

Abbie's direct phone number: 443.315.2903

Abbie is in network with CareFirst, BCBS, Cigna,  Hopkins EHP, Medicare  and UHC.

Abbie offers virtual teletherapy.


Dina Varsalone MS, LGPC

Master of Science in Applied Psychology; Certificate in Professional Counseling; Licensed

Graduate Professional Counselor

Dina works with children, teens, and adults.

 Dina blends her experience as an educator with her training as a therapist to create a positive, nurturing environment for clients.  Dina’s lifelong love of the arts is incorporated in the approach she uses as she combines expressive modalities to encourage clients’ comfort in exploring past and present experiences as well as considering the possibility of change and growth. Poetry, art based, play based, music, and movement find their way into Dina’s client centered, strength-based approach. Her favorite approaches include Narrative therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Exposure Therapy (ERP), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness. Her areas of experience and interest include anxiety; depression; adjustment disorders; attachment disorders; obsessive compulsive disorders; body image issues; self-harm; grief/lost; self-esteem issues; trauma; learning differences; social skills, peer relationship challenges; gender identity issues; and family conflict.

Dina is under the supervision of Debbie Disney, LCSW-C.

Dina sees client Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Dina’s email: [email protected]

Dina’s direct phone number: 443-315-2931

Dina is in-network with Aetna, Cigna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, CareFirst and United HealthCare. 

Dina offers in-person therapy as well as virtual teletherapy sessions.