Hello & Welcome | September
From the Director's Desk
Please join me in welcoming our newest WBMA team members. We are delighted to have you as part of our practice. On behalf of the WBMA team, we would like to extend our warmest welcome. Together, our practice is committed to providing empathetic, personalized science-based treatment and support for each individual.
Learn more about our newest team members below.
Max Lamm is a Licensed Resident in Counseling in Virginia. They are currently accepting new Virginia-based clients for telehealth therapy. Max specializes in working with adults, especially those exploring neurodivergence, gender, and/or sexuality, and also works with individuals of all ages and backgrounds, from children through older adults. Their approach to therapy is individualized and eclectic, drawing primarily from DBT, ACT, and narrative therapy. To learn more about Max, click here.
Bridget Dromerick, LGPC is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counseling in Maryland and DC. She is currently accepting clients for in person therapy at our Maryland office. She also offers telehealth therapy for those located in Maryland and DC. Bridget works with clients of all ages, though she specializes in work with tweens, teens, and young adults. Her approach to therapy is personalized, and generally involves an integration of ACT, CBT, and attachment-theory. To learn more about Bridget, click here.
Keshia Sanders-Cooper, PhD is a clinical neuropsychologist and Maryland licensed psychologist who specializes in assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning for children, adolescents, and adults. She is passionate about neuropsychological assessment as a means to enhance the quality of life for individuals with a range of complex medical, neurodevelopmental, and psychiatric differences. Keshia provides psychological and neuropsychological testing at WBMA. To learn more about Keshia, click here.
Ayla Novruz is a doctoral student studying Clinical and Behavioral Medicine psychology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Her approach to therapy is collaborative and caring as she strives to establish an accepting and supportive environment while embracing a person-centered approach. She is currently accepting new Maryland, DC, and Virginia based clients of all ages for teletherapy, and will soon be offering in person testing. To learn more about Ayla, click here.
Daliah Altal is a doctoral student studying Clinical and Community Psychology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Passionate about working with underserved communities, Daliah seeks out equitable and decolonial practices in her training and education. She relies primarily on CBT, ACT, and mindfulness techniques in her practice, while ensuring to use culturally relevant adaptations when necessary. She is currently accepting new Maryland, DC, and Virginia based clients of all ages for teletherapy, and will soon be offering in person therapy. To learn more about Daliah, click here.
Joining us soon…
Dan Teske will soon be joining our team as an LGPC licensed in Maryland. He will be working primarily with teens and adults, both in person and via telehealth. He specializes in those with complex mental health profiles and those with substance abuse history. To learn more about Dan, or to be added to his waitlist, please email email@example.com.
Ryan O'Leary will be joining our team this winter as an LGPC licensed in Maryland. Ryan will be working both in person and virtually with individuals of all ages, though he specializes in working with young children through play therapy. To learn more about Ryan, or to be added to his waitlist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How WBMA can help
Whether it’s individual therapy for your child, parent coaching for yourself, a support group, educational testing, or med management, we here at WBMA are eager to help you during this time of transition. Give us a call (301-576-6044) today to learn more!