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lizzy blake

Therapist, LCSW-C: 26085


Lizzy uses a person-centered, trauma-focused approach in her work with clients. Utilizing a collaborative and goal-oriented approach, Lizzy works best with people who are motivated to invest in their therapeutic work between sessions. As a therapist, she strives to create a supportive and safe space to work on the client’s most important goals. Lizzy believes that holding space with someone is one of the most powerful aspects of the therapeutic relationship. 


Lizzy works with people struggling with substance use disorders, disordered eating, body image, and co-occurring mood disorders but you may find working with Lizzy to be helpful if you:


  • Want to repair your relationship with your body and/or food

  • Are ready to address and change your relationship with substances (i.e alcohol)

  • Feel stuck or unsure on how to approach making changes in your life

  • Need support navigating life stressors

Lizzy earned her Master of Social Work at University of Maryland Baltimore in 2020. Lizzy is trained in Eye Motion Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) and has a background in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy in inpatient settings, substance abuse treatment centers, and private practice. Lizzy also uses Intuitive Eating Counseling in her work and is a Health at Every Size-aligned provider and a member of the Association for Size Diversity and Health.

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Therapist, LGPC: LGP14188

All graduate level B'well clinicians are under the supervision of Katherine Cashin, MS, LCPC, Board Approved Supervisor

Sai believes how we think about our experiences and what we do in response matters as much as what actually happens to us.  She helps her clients develop awareness of their thoughts, feelings, action, and their bodies, and help them explore how those experiences might interact with one another, both in the past and present. 

Sai also believes in balancing acceptance and change, both in the  work and in the therapeutic relationship itself. She strives to create a validating and nonjudgmental space for her clients, while gently challenging and supporting them to grow and make  necessary changes.

Sai’s approach is trauma and attachment-informed, and draws from various modalities, including Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), attachment theory, and mindfulness. She strongly believes in collaborating with her clients and tailoring the service to fit their unique needs.


You may find working with Sai helpful if you…

  • Are feeling hopeless or overwhelmed with life

  • Are navigating through stressful life experiences

  • Are looking to live more fully in the present moment

  • Enjoy engaging in deep reflection about your past and present experiences

  • Want to process and better understand your emotions, thoughts, and behaviors

  • Appreciate therapy as a collaborative process

  • Seek a safe, nonjudgmental space where you can receive support but also be gently challenged to make necessary changes


You may not find working with Sai helpful if you …

  • Are looking for a highly structured form of therapy

  • Want a quick fix to your problem without exploring the underlying cause or beliefs

  • Are struggling with severe substance use or disordered eating


Sai earned her Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Johns Hopkins University, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Hendrix College. Her clinical experience includes working with graduate students and working adults from diverse backgrounds presenting with depression, anxiety, stress, life transition, and trauma. She has helped create and run a support group for graduate students with disabilities and for asylum and refugees. 

In addition to her clinical experience, Sai also has lived experiences as an international student, an Asian woman, and a person with disability. She has been involved in disability awareness and advocacy  in her personal life.



Therapist, LGPC: LGP13566

All graduate level B'well clinicians are under the supervision of Katherine Cashin, MS, LCPC, Board Approved Supervisor

Tatiana believes strongly in showing up just as we are - wherever we are in our journey. Her therapeutic work takes a person centered, strengths based approach that empowers her clients to utilize skills they already hold to heal. In her work, Tatiana encourages forgiveness, compassion and acceptance towards ourselves and others. She values humor as a capacity for healing and holds the belief that we do not heal in isolation, but rather in communion with others. Tatiana recognizes that no one approach is ideal for every individual. Therefore, she draws from modalities such as Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).


You may find working with Tatiana helpful if you are…

  • Trying to navigate systems of oppression with grace for yourself

  • Looking to be kept company in the hard parts of being a person

  • Motivated to remain curious and step out of your comfort zone

  • Looking for support in finding a sweet spot between codependency and individualism in your relationships


Tatiana earned her Masters of Science in Clinical Professional Counseling from Loyola University Maryland. Her clinical experience includes work in crisis stabilization, child welfare, and various levels of care such as inpatient, outpatient and residential settings. Tatiana is passionate about a variety of clinical areas such as trauma, attachment, family of origin issues and college student development.



Therapist, LGPC: LGP12440

All graduate level B'well clinicians are under the supervision of Katherine Cashin, MS, LCPC, Board Approved Supervisor

Hannah provides her clients with a warm, genuine space that is free of judgment. She encourages her clients through a person-centered lens to be the authors of their own stories and strives to empower her clients in their exploration of self through transparency and empathy. Hannah uses various modalities to ensure her clients are finding their best-fit approach to reach their goals. She includes mind-body awareness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and elements of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to guide her clients to their inner strengths.


You may find working with Hannah helpful if you are…

  • Navigating stressful life transitions

  • Looking to recognize and make sense of complicated emotions and thoughts

  • Looking for a non-judgemental space to indulge in honesty about your inner self, your core values, and the alignment of the two

  • Having difficulty tolerating distress and using your own strengths to best serve you

Hannah earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Syracuse University in New York and her Bachelor of Arts in South Carolina from the College of Charleston. Her experience includes working with children and adults with varying sociocultural backgrounds and neurodiversity in a community mental health outpatient setting. She has worked with individuals and groups navigating the stress that can come with the intersections of personal and societal trauma. She is skilled in helping individuals find their strength and motivation for change. Hannah is committed to guiding her clients to a greater understanding of self so they can nurture a mindset of growth and healing.


alex persons

Therapist, LCSW-C: 23906

A strengths-based approach is the foundation of Alex’s work with clients. Through this approach, he allows the momentum of self-insight plus motivation for change to drive the therapeutic work. Alex recognizes how a person’s place in their environment can have profound effects on how they experience life. In his work with clients, he opens up space for people to explore areas of ambivalence and to experiment with profound, sometimes radical, acceptance of life’s experiences. Alex uses a blend of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness in his work. Through these approaches, he helps his clients build the skills needed to regulate emotions, navigate crises, and communicate more effectively in relationships.  


Alex is a true believer in the power of therapy to help clients reconnect with their inner truth. He understands every person is a combination of parts and that sometimes these parts appear to be in opposition with one another. Alex is particularly interested in helping people get to know, celebrate, and integrate all their unique parts. You may find working with Alex useful if you:


  • Are looking to clarify life’s goals

  • Want to build skills to cope with anxiety

  • Are ready to start shifting from shame to self-love and forgiveness 

  • Need help “letting go” of that which does not serve you

  • Feel overwhelmed by life’s struggles

  • Have trauma that keeps you from being your true self


Alex earned a dual-Masters in Social Work and Public Health from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. His clinical work experiences include the Maryland Public Defender’s Office, Kennedy Krieger High School, Johns Hopkins Community Mental Health at Bayview, and Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers. In addition to working with individuals, Alex is interested in the social and environmental determinants of health, and how they affect mental health and substance use.



Therapist, LGPC: LGP12023

All graduate level B'well clinicians are under the supervision of Katherine Cashin, MS, LCPC, Board Approved Supervisor

Jackie approaches therapy with a person-centered lens, bringing warmth and empathy to help each individual client to come as they are, have a space to be heard without judgment, and collaboratively explore ways to live out their most authentic self. Jackie honors what a courageous step it is to find support and grounds her work in establishing and maintaining a strong therapeutic relationship. She provides a confidential, warm, and validating space to help clients feel supported on their journey to mental wellness. Jackie builds relationships with clients through a human-centered approach and utilizes techniques that might include humor, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and multicultural counseling.

You may find working with Jackie helpful if you are…

  • Looking for short-term work

  • Questioning your career and want to figure out what’s next

  • Feeling stressed and want to learn techniques to manage

  • Attempting to create stronger boundaries for yourself

  • Looking for support in finding more clarity and direction in life

Jackie earned her Master of Education in School Counseling from Loyola University Maryland, and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Rutgers University. Jackie has experience working in schools and higher education settings. Jackie has a background in working with young adults navigating transitions, including career and understanding self. She also volunteered for the HelpLine at NAMI, where she provided resources to families to instill hope that healing is possible.



Therapist, LCPC: LC13708

Caitlin provides a nonjudgmental space for clients to share their experiences and discover their inner resources. She understands that each client’s story is impacted by systemic inequality, individual beliefs, and relationships with others. Caitlin guides her clients as they unpack relationship patterns, clarify their values, and create the life they want to live. Her work is LGBT and disability affirming, and utilizes aspects of the expressive arts (visual/dance/musical), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Internal Family Systems (IFS). 

​You may find working with Caitlin helpful if you...

  • Want to utilize creative arts in your healing journey

  • Are fed up with worrying, anxiety, or panic attacks that hold you back 

  • Want to develop a good relationship with your emotions

  • Wish you could live according to your values, instead of reacting to life circumstances 

  • Want to better understand or change your relationships 

Caitlin obtained her Master's degree in Clinical Psychology from Towson University. Her clinical experience includes anxiety research and work in community mental health. Caitlin is currently being trained in expressive arts therapy, and she cherishes the inherent creativity within each person. Caitlin has also completed Phase 1 and 2 of Brainspotting training. She uses Brainspotting as an augmentation to integrative talk therapy when clients desire a deeper exploration of specific issues.


NIA Jones

Onboarding Lead Therapist, LCPC: LC13927

Nia views therapeutic work from a holistic, humanistic, relational lens.  Attuning to identity, culture, beliefs, and systems, she believes in inviting the whole person into each session.  Clients have described Nia as authentic, down-to-earth, kind, respectful, and communicative.  Nia believes that therapy is a collaborative process and that you should have a say in your healing; although ‘should’s’ typically aren’t helpful.  Nia helps clients explore different parts of themselves, understand what we carry, and discern what needs to be unlearned.  Nia utilizes the wisdom of Polyvagal Theory, Internal Family Systems and Acceptance Commitment Therapy approaches in her work with folks.  Nia treasures the work of helping clients navigate relationships (with ourselves & others), lead a values-aligned life, and feel grounded in their present.  


You may find working with Nia helpful if… 

  • You are a highly sensitive person

  • You want to get clearer about your values, needs, limits & boundaries 

  • You want to understand, navigate, use your anxiety; & thrive

  • You’ve arrived at the threshold of a new, difficult door in your life 

  • You are looking for greater connection in your intra- and interpersonal relationships

  • Growing up, you were never taught how to be with yourself & you’re ready to try it now


You may not find working with Nia helpful if… 

  • You are only here for a ‘quick fix’

  • You are experiencing severe depression


Nia earned a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Towson University.  Her experience includes studying in different countries, working in various mental health settings and nonprofit organizations, and working with neurodiverse children and adults.  She is involved in research surrounding the influence and role of gendered-racial ethnic socialization in Black women's lives.  Nia is also a dancer and dance instructor who finds trauma-conscious inclusion of connection to the body as a powerful tool.


Jake Jackson-Wolf

Therapist, LCPC: LC11952


Jake has a profound respect for the autonomy of each person he comes into contact with and views the therapy relationship to be a collaboration between two people in search of meaning. As a therapist, he holds space for his clients to search and explore in a safe and thoughtful environment. Jake approaches this work from an integrationist framework pulling from existential, feminist-multicultural, and relational theories, while also believing that humor and irreverence are uniquely useful tools for healing and growth.


Jake finds that he is particularly helpful working with folks ages 16 to 116 from a variety of backgrounds and lived experiences. Jake is particularly interested in helping people learn about themselves and let go of that which no longer serves them. Jake’s primary clinical interests are sexual health and wellness, romantic and family relationships, meaning in life issues, and the process of “unlearning” toxic ideologies. You may find working with Jake useful if: 


  • You want to uncover your true self

  • You want to shift from “getting by” to thriving in your relationships 

  • You have lost someone or something dear to you

  • You want to move from guilt and shame to acceptance and self-compassion

  • You want to clarify your values and live in alignment with them

  • You are fired up about the status quo and want to change it


Jake earned his Master of Education in Counseling and Human Services from Lehigh University and a post-master’s certificate in Professional Counseling from the University of Baltimore. Jake’s clinical experiences include work in a college counseling center, with victims/survivors and perpetrators of interpersonal and sexual violence, and community mental health. In addition to his clinical experience, Jake is also engaged in ongoing research projects and has presented and published this work for local, national, and international audiences.


Katie Cashin

Therapist, LCPC: LC5759


Katie holds a deep appreciation for people’s honesty, resiliency and willingness to keep growing, even when it's uncomfortable. Her work allows clients to challenge the messages that doubt is bad, depression is weak, and worry is wasted energy. With these mental myths out of the way, her clients stop tripping over self judgments and start working toward what really matters to them: deeper understanding, real growth, honest connection. 


You and Katie may work well together if you...

  • feel fed up with diet culture

  • want to operate a small business and experience life outside of work

  • need to create mental space from your F.O.O. (Family of Origin)

  • realize you've outgrown the box of your religion

  • feel like you're navigating your sexuality without a map

Katie is a national and state certified professional counselor and a graduate of Loyola University's Pastoral Counseling Program. She is a graduate of The Ferentz Institute's Levels 1 & 2 Advanced Trauma Treatment Certificate program and a Brainspotting practitioner, studying under Dr. Pie Frey & Christine Ranck, PhD. Katie is also a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and trained for certification with Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD and is a graduate of The University of Michigan's Sexual Health Certificate Program (Sex Therapy Track.) 


Margaree nadler


Margaree embraces the significance of therapy as a component for a fulfilling life. With a passion for patient advocacy, she strives to foster a warm and affirming administrative environment for both clients and therapists. She is solution-minded and always open to questions and concerns. Margaree aims to balance her days with professionalism, creativity, and compassion, and values the personal and societal education required to forge a future that is inclusive, anti-racist, and supportive of mental health.


After she studied English and Media Arts at the University of New Mexico, Margaree worked in education, entertainment, and healthcare fields. She is particularly passionate about HIPAA compliance and device security.

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