Sal Schittino earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Clinical Psychology at Washington College and was employed at Sheppard Pratt Psychiatric Hospital for 5 years. Sal provided mental health services on the acute dual diagnosis unit which consisted of patients suffering from a psychiatric disorder paired with a substance abuse. Upon leaving Sheppard, Sal did extensive traveling through Europe and Southeast Asia. After returning from his international travels, Sal earned a Master’s Degree from McDaniel College in Community Mental Health. He was then employed at Millersville Psychological Services under the supervision and guidance of Larry Iacarino, NCSP and Leslie Naimaster, LCPC, counseling children and teens with adjustment, spectrum and learning disorders. Currently, Sal is an individual and group psychotherapist at Community Mental Health Associates. Sal treats adolescents and young adults ranging from 10-25 years of age, and specializes in trauma and adjustment disorders. Sals’ therapeutic groups consist of social skills building, assertiveness training, and emotional regulation.
Brianna Garrold is a Board Certified and Licensed Clinical Professional Art Therapist, as well as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. Brianna’s person-centered and strength-based approach to treatment provides space for collaboration to meet each client’s individual needs. Using a unique blend of art therapy and counseling, Brianna incorporates cognitive-behavioral therapy with mindfulness and studio-based approaches to encourage art-making to increase effective daily coping, build strong personal resilience, aid in the expression of difficult emotions, and better manage anxiety and trauma symptoms. Brianna works with clients of all ages and backgrounds, with special interests in helping children, adolescents, and the military community. She specializes in trauma, grief and loss, identity development, and emotion regulation/stress management skills. Brianna earned her Masters in Art Therapy and Counseling from George Washington University. Her previous work experiences include working with the following organizations: The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt Health Systems, Arundel Lodge, Inc., and the Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents (RICA-Baltimore).
Colleen Wilcox is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LC#7834) and Board Certified Supervisor in the state of Maryland. She received her Master’s Degree in Community Mental Health from McDaniel College. Prior to joining Community Mental Health Associates, she worked as a therapist at The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt Health System and a College Counselor at The Maryland Institute College of Art. She has provided inpatient therapy, partial hospitalization, and outpatient settings, and enjoys working with clients throughout the lifespan. Colleen practices clinical work from an integrative framework grounded in psychodynamic, CBT, and interpersonal approaches. Her special interests include the treatment of Eating Disorders, LGBT issues, Identity Development and Positive Psychology.
Adam earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Stevenson University, was inducted into the Psychological Honor Society (Psi Chi), and holds a Master’s Degree in Community Mental Health from McDaniel College. After achieving National Counselor Certification (NCC) status, Adam is now a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LC#5778) in the state of Maryland and a Board Certified Supervisor with expertise in such areas as Depression, Anxiety, Spectrum Disorders, ADHD and Psychoeducational Testing for all ages. Adam founded Community Mental Health Associates in 2010 and provides regular consultation to various psychiatric hospitals as well as Anne Arundel County, Howard County and Baltimore County public and private schools.
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