Lauren Meier, LCSW-CLicensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical
Robert Castle, MSLicensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Board-Approved Supervisor Robert (Bob) Castle holds degrees from Hobart College, the University of Baltimore, and Loyola University Maryland, where he obtained his Master of Science degree in counseling psychology. He currently provides individual therapy services at Renewal Counseling Center for depression, anxiety, O.C.D. and other mood dysregulation conditions. He also helps individuals develop coping skills for the stress of major life transitions, partner-family relationship difficulties, and long-term recovery from substance use disorders. When relevant to a client’s needs, he feels comfortably equipped to assist those who wish to integrate their mental/emotional healing with their Christian faith or any other faith tradition. Bob is a Board–Approved clinical supervisor for LGPCs and is active in various networks of therapists including the LCPCM professional association in Maryland. He currently provides services via teletherapy for people residing in the greater Baltimore metro area. Please call for availability.
Jayyidah Clarke, LCSW-CLicensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical (LCSW-C). I received my Master’s in Social Work from New York University. I have over 10 years’ experience working in the behavioral health field. I believe that each of us holds the capacity to utilize our personal creativity to resolve life’s challenges. Through this creative process, we collaborate to work towards developing new insights that inform change. I believe treatment is most effective when we not only observe the challenges, symptoms or problems but also assess your strengths. Sometimes life brings us opportunities to see ourselves more clearly through that with which we struggle. I have experience working with trauma. I am a fan of mindfulness-based practices and incorporate this in treatment when clinically appropriate. I utilize EBP, CBT, and play therapy as needed with children and adolescents.
Kathy Cooney, LCPC, NCCLicensed Clinical Professional Counselor Kathy is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and is certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. She earned her Master of Education in School Counseling at Loyola University. She is a school counselor in Baltimore County, where she has helped children and their families for 14 years. Kathy works with her clients to set counseling goals collaboratively in a supportive setting. She leans toward Cognitive Behavioral Counseling and Brief Solution Focused Therapy. Kathy specializes in helping school age children and their families who struggle with anxiety, depression, behavior problems, ADHD, family changes, and parenting problems. Kathy Cooney, LCPC, NCC, is available to meet in the Bel Air office. Please call for availability.
Jessica Donovan, MSLicensed Clinical Professional Counselor Ms. Donovan is from Boston, Massachusetts, but has resided in Baltimore, Maryland since 2009. Ms. Donovan is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) who obtained her masters in counseling psychology, from Loyola University, Baltimore. Ms. Donovan has extensive experiences providing individual, family, and group therapy sessions, primarily with children, adolescents, and their families. Ms. Donovan’s clinical focus includes, but are not limited to:
- ADHD symptom Management
- Anger Management
- Concerns about sexuality
- Coping Skills
- Depression, Anxiety and other Mood Disorders
- Disruptive Classroom Behavior and Academic Difficulties
- 504 Plan and IEP consultation
- Peer or Family Conflicts/Conflict Resolution
- Problem Solving Skills
- Self-Esteem, Assertiveness
- Social Skills
- Substance Use/Abuse
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
David Ehrlich, LCPCLicensed Clinical Professional Counselor David Ehrlich received his Masters Degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Baltimore and BA from University of Maryland, Baltimore County. David has over 6 years experience helping adults and adolescents with depression, anxiety, anger management, relationship issues, and grief. David has experience working in an Intensive Outpatient Program for substance abuse treatment. David is a board approved supervisor for LGPC therapists. David Ehrlich, LCPC, is available to meet in the Perry Hall and Bel Air offices. Please call for availability.
Danielle Fenwick, M.S.Psychology Associate Ms. Fenwick has joined Renewal Counseling Center after receiving exceptional training in psychological and educational testing from Mt. Washington Hospital. She received her Masters in Science Degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University Maryland. She has extensive experience in psychological testing with children, adolescents, and adults, as well as working with at-risk adolescents at an intensive residential treatment center. Danielle Fenwick, M.S., is available to meet in the Bel Air office. Please call for availability.
Jennifer Greb, M.S.Psychology Associate I am a licensed Psychology Associate and have extensive experience providing individual therapy for adolescents and adults, and couples therapy. My clinical focus includes, but not limited to trauma, PTSD, marital and/or family conflict, grief and loss, anxiety and overall psychological wellness. I am remarkably familiar working with people who have experienced dysfunctional family relationships and the impact of these experiences. I facilitate psychological growth using an integrative approach, primarily incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and an attachment-based framework. I received my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University and am a retired Veteran with 21 years of service in the Army and Coast Guard. I also have a law enforcement background which motivates me to help enhance the psychological wellness of our first responders, Veterans and their families. My philosophy is that psychological wellness is necessary in all that we do. Therefore, the importance of psychotherapy is equivalent to the care we show our body when enduring illness or injury. The awareness and skills developed from therapy continue to promote resilience and benefit you through many of life’s experiences. Jennifer Greb, M.S., is available to meet in the Perry Hall office. Please call for availability.
Martha Miller, MSWLicensed Certified Social Worker – Clinical Martha Miller received her MSW from UCLA in 1980. Since then she has been working as a therapist in outpatient mental health settings with adults, adolescents, children and their families. More recently her practice has shifted from children and adolescents to adults with trauma histories, both childhood and as adults. She has been trained and is experienced with EMDR for the treatment of trauma. In addition, she has a special interest working with clients who wish to integrate their emotional healing with their Christian faith. Ms. Miller has memberships in the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, EMDRIA, and the Greater Washington Society for Clinical Social Work. Martha Miller, MSW, is available to meet in the Perry Hall office. Please call for availability.
Patrice O’Donnell, LGPC
Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor Patrice O’Donnell is an LGPC who received her Master of Science in Clinical Professional Counseling from Loyola University Maryland. Originally from New York, Patrice has lived in Baltimore for the past 7 years. Patrice provides individual counseling to children, teens, and adolescents with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, and trauma. Patrice uses evidence-based practices, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to help her clients learn coping skills and support identity development.
Patrice is available to meet in the Perry Hall office. Please call for availability.
Rachel Prezzano, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Rachel earned her Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology at Loyola University Maryland and hasworked in outpatient mental health services for the past five years. Rachel has experience working with adults and couples, and has assisted clients with working through issues involving life stress/transitions, depression, anxiety, PTSD, relationship conflict and rebuilding, communication, and self-esteem. Rachel utilizes a holistic approach that has also incorporated physical and spiritual health with clients who value these aspects in their own life. She currently treats adolescents as well as adults and couples.
Rachel Prezzano, LCPC, is available to meet in the Perry Hall and Bel Air offices. Please call for availability.