Meet the Team at The Baltimore Annapolis Center for Integrative Healing!
Sara Linnehan, LCSW-C
Sara Linnehan, LCSW-C is experienced in working with children, adolescents and adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, whether in childhood or at any stage of life. She has advanced training in complicated/traumatic grief, loss and bereavement. Sara has a particular interest in working with people who have lost someone they love to suicide or other sudden and/or traumatic loss. Sara practices from a trauma- and attachment-informed perspective.
Sara has experience working with children, adolescents and adults in community clinics, partial hospitalization programs, and inpatient psychiatric settings.
Sara earned her MSW from the University of Maryland School of Social Work.
Sara is currently accepting new clients.
TJ Matton, LCSW-C
TJ Matton, LCSW-C has post graduate training in mindfulness, expressive arts and body oriented therapy techniques. She uses movement and other forms of creative expression as well as Brainspotting to help adolescents and young adults verbalize emotions. TJ works with youth ages 11 to 21, as well as with adults of any age.
TJ earned her MSW from the University of Maryland School of Social Work and holds Trauma Certificates, Levels 1 & 2 from the Ferentz Institute. She holds a Certificate in Perinatal Mental Health. She has completed Levels 1 & 2 of Brainspotting.
TJ is currently accepting new clients.
Laura Reagan, LCSW-C
Practice Owner Laura Reagan, LCSW-C works from an attachment- and trauma-informed perspective using self-compassion, mindfulness, expressive arts and somatic therapy methods with clients who are affected by the pain of childhood hurts that have not healed, regardless of how long ago they occurred. Laura specializes in Childhood Emotional Neglect, sexual violence and other experiences that can be traumatic.
Laura is a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator. She has completed Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Levels I & II and uses this somatic (body-based) method in her work to help resolve developmental/complex trauma. She is also a LifeForce Yoga Practitioner in Training. Laura is a Maryland Board Approved & Registered Clinical Supervisor. She also offers consultation on trauma-informed practice with therapists around the world.
Laura holds a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from the University of Maryland School of Social Work, an advanced (Level II) postgraduate certificate in trauma from the Ferentz Institute and is an Affiliate Member of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN). She serves on the Board of the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault. She hosts a weekly podcast called Therapy Chat.
Laura has limited availability for new clients.
Mary Beth Naish, LCPC
Mary Beth Naish, LCPC uses an attachment oriented perspective in her work with clients. Mary Beth works with children aged 4 to 12 and their caregivers. She also enjoys working with adults of all ages. Mary Beth has training and experience in play therapy, sand tray, and other creative and expressive methods and uses mindfulness and self-compassion in her approach to therapy. She also has post-graduate training and experience in working with youth around gender identity.
She earned her masters degree in Clinical Community Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. She has worked with children, families and adults in schools and community clinics.
Please Note: Mary Beth will be accepting new clients beginning in late 2019.
Megan Veon, LCPAT, LCPC, ART-BC
As an art therapist, Megan utilizes creative techniques so that emotions that may be difficult to put into words can be expressed safely in the therapeutic process. In her work with adolescents and young adults, art therapy has offered an alternative pathway for communication, insight building, and healing. Megan also enjoys using mindfulness-based techniques for teens as a method to soothe the mind by anchoring their thoughts in the present moment.
Megan has have worked in partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs for high-risk teens, as well as inpatient settings, a middle school, and outpatient programs. In these settings, she has had the opportunity to work with adolescents and young adults learning to cope with trauma, anxiety, depression, risky or self-harming behaviors, and difficult life transitions. Through creative arts and expression, Megan shares her passion for cultivating and nurturing inner growth as she joins with others in their journey towards healing.
Megan also loves working with teens and young adults who have ADHD/ADD symptoms that have not responded to behavioral therapy methods. Megan holds a Master’s degree in Art Therapy from The George Washington University.
Megan is currently accepting new clients.
January Roberts, LGPC
January Roberts, LGPC works with children, adolescents, teens and their caregivers using adventure, play, experiential therapies, mindfulness, and expressive art activities to help work through emotional and behavioral challenges. She has a particular interest helping young children with developmental delays, on the Autism Spectrum (including non-verbal), and with Selective Mutism by using a relationship-based therapy approach that incorporates her training in the Social Communication Emotional Regulation Transactional Supports Model (SCERTS) and Social Communication Anxiety Treament (S-CAT).
January earned her M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Trinity Washington University (Washington, D.C.) and a B.A. in Behavioral Sciences with a specialization in Adventure Based Counseling from Burman University (Alberta, Canada). She is supervised by Laura Reagan, LCSW-C.
January is now accepting new clients! She specializes in working with young children, teens and their caregivers. Please call our office at (443) 320-4034 or schedule using the “Schedule An Appointment” below.