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Currently working with individuals and couples, Dr. Lovelace specializes in mood, stress, and trauma difficulties. Additional areas of interest include eating disorders, faith issues, and anger management. She also treats loss, separation, and life transitions. She has also led a variety of seminars on topics like divorce, parenting, stress, suicide, grief, and moral development.
Stacy Robinson brings over 20 years in the Maryland public school system to her experience in working with children from elementary school through high school, the last 15 of those as a school counselor. Her school practice specialized in working with children and their parents who were affected by ADHD and other unique learning styles, with an emphasis on improving academic performance and increasing self-esteem.
Judy Repp is a pastoral counselor who has used her degree and training to provide counseling services to individuals, couples, families, and groups in a variety of clinical settings. As a pastoral counselor, she has worked in community mental health, hospice, school, church, and private practice settings. She earned her master's degree in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola College of Maryland.
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Christy Little received her master’s degree in mental health counseling and is a Nationally Certified Counselor. She has provided counseling services in the school, community and outdoor/wilderness settings. Using her eclectic background she helps adolescents and adults cope with issues and troubling life circumstances. Her specialized areas of treatment include mood disturbances, trauma, behavioral concerns, stress management, low self-esteem and women’s issues. Christy believes in integrating the body, mind and spirit to promote healing and well-being.
Ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church, David has a wide range of experience in over 40 years serving in a variety of parish settings as well as leadership positions in the church and community. Holding a Master’s Degree in pastoral care and counseling and trained by Coaching for Clergy, he has worked with clergy discerning a call to ordered ministry, during crisis, making transitions, maintaining wellness. David has experience as a spiritual friend, retreat leader and clergy group facilitator.