13 Jan 2020
Francisca Okwukogu

Francisca Okwukogu, MSN, BSN, PMHNP-BC, CRNP-PMH, is a certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. She has training and experience treating patients with psychiatric disorders across the lifespan and across practice settings, from hospitals to outpatient clinics.

 

Francisca’s education includes a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Maryland Baltimore and a Master of Science in Nursing with  Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner specialization from Walden University.

 

With Francisca’s passion and dedication to improving mental health for all, she is committed to providing individualized, personalized, comprehensive care for patients.

 

Accepting new patients? Yes, accepting new patients.

27 Dec 2019
Brian DeLaurentis

Brian DeLaurentis, LMSW, is a Licensed Master Social Worker who practices under the supervision of Martin Schnuit, LCSW-C. He is a recent graduate of The Catholic University of America’s National Catholic School of Social Service where he received his Master’s of Social Work with a clinical concentration. Before Catholic, Brian attended Manhattan College where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and competed at a division I level in NCAA athletics.

 

Brian has experience working with children and adolescents with multiple issues including behavioral problems, depression, and anxiety. At NIH, he interned within the Social Work department in conjunction with the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Lymphoma, NCI Thoracic MOB and NCI Thoracic Surgery teams, and NCI Head and Trach team. Brian also is comfortable working with all ages of adults with a variety of issues.

 

Brian is interested in working with a wide range of clients including those experiencing PTSD, OCD, anxiety, performance-related anxiety, ADHD, mood disorders, depression, behavioral problems, bereavement/grief, traumatic stress, and bi-polar disorder.

 

Accepting new patients? Yes, accepting new patients.

27 Dec 2019
Timothy Griffith

Timothy Griffith, LCSW, is a licensed, certified social worker who practices under the supervision of Martin Schnuit, LCSW-C. Mr. Griffith has a wide range of experience in the delivery and administration of human services including: social services, behavioral health, aging and disabilities, public health, and juvenile justice. He received his Master of Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and he has also completed a variety of post-master’s clinical social work courses, as well as a certificate in substance use counseling.

 

Mr. Griffith’s recent clinical work has focused primarily on adults and seniors with serious mental illnesses, who may also have substance use and medical concerns.

 

Areas of professional interest include depression and other mood issues, anxiety, stress, trauma, substance use, grief and loss, anger management, mindfulness, managing physical health concerns, communication and relationship issues, and thinking and perceptual concerns.

 

Preferred Schedule: Mondays (10:00 to 5:00), Tuesdays (11:00 to 6:00), and Wednesdays(1:00 to 8:00).

 

Accepting new patients? Yes, accepting new patients.

15 Sep 2018
Martin Schnuit

Martin Schnuit, LCSW-C is a clinical social worker with advanced training and extensive experience in the mental health field. He received his MSW degree from the University of Maryland where he also completed two internships at the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Medical Center.

 

In the past; he was a child and adolescent therapist at Glen Burnie Mental Health, has done contractual work for the Department of Juvenile Justice, was employed for three years at the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and was also on the Emergency Department staff at North Arundel Hospital. Martin is also a consultant for Sheppard Pratt Health Systems, providing evaluation and psychotherapy for students in the Hannah More and Forbush Schools.

 

Areas of interest include ADHD, anxiety disorders, PTSD, anger/stress management, addictions/alcoholism, childhood conduct problems, school difficulties, autism, Eastern philosophy and meditation, and art therapy.

Accepting new patients? Yes, accepting new patients.

15 Sep 2018
Melissa Jordan

Melissa Phillips Jordan, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who has been providing mental health services since 1998. She provides individual, couples, and family therapy, and comprehensive psychological evaluations to children, teens, and adults. She has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health agencies, hospitals, schools, substance abuse treatment centers, and forensic settings. She uses an integrative therapeutic approach to help individuals improve their quality of life, often focusing on building coping skills, improving interpersonal effectiveness, and increasing problem solving ability.

 

After earning a bachelor’s in Psychology from Howard University and a masters in Rehabilitation Counseling from George Washington University, Dr. Phillips Jordan went on to earn her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University. In addition to private practice, she teaches graduate courses, conducts mental health training seminars, and engages in research projects. Dr. Phillips Jordan also enjoys having a writing career. She is the author of the children’s picture book entitled What Do I Sound Like?, and writes in the short fiction and practical nonfiction genres.

 

Accepting new patients? Yes, accepting new patients.

15 Sep 2018
Raymond Mosko

Raymond D Mosko is a licensed psychologist in Maryland and was formerly licensed in Wisconsin and Delaware (retiring in good standing from both in 2005).

 

Dr Mosko has a very eclectic work background spanning over five decades. In the early and middle 1960s he was a city police officer and an assistant professor at the University of New Haven (Connecticut). From 1972 until 1990 he was the coordinator of a police science program and the director of a regional police academy at NCTC in Wausau, WI. During this time he also served as a jail counselor/police psychologist, and he was in private practice as a psychologist in Wausau and Milwaukee.

 

Before retiring in 2002, Dr. Mosko was a clinical psychologist with Constellation Energy (BGE). He has been an expert witness in county, state and the federal court systems and has been a consultant to public and private sector organizations for over forty years. He has attended and or has degrees from Columbia University, University of Bridgeport, Florida State University, New York University, the University of Wisconsin and Marquette University.

 

Dr. Mosko is a past member of the Maryland and American Psychological Associations. He is an avid open water kayaker and a doting father of three adult children and six grandchildren.

 

Accepting new patients? Yes, accepting new patients.

15 Sep 2018
Robert Herman

Robert A. Herman, M.D., FAPA, received his medical degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1983. He completed his residency in Psychiatry at New York University-Bellevue Hospital Center in 1987 and completed psychoanalytic training at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1992. He was certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and is a Fellow in the American Psychiatric Association.

 

Dr. Herman has taught at New York University, Columbia University, the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He is on the consulting medical staff of Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis.

 

Dr. Herman has worked in a variety of treatment settings including psychiatric hospitals, general hospitals, substance abuse treatment programs, University mental health services, and private psychiatric practice. He has experience in treating patients with individual psychotherapy including psychoanalysis, group and family therapy, as well as employing medical treatments including medications and transcranial magnetic stimulation. He has experience diagnosing and treating a wide variety of psychiatric disorders, including depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders, ADHD, PTSD, Dissociative Disorders and Substance Use Disorders. He treats children, adolescents, and adults. At Spectrum his principal role is performing diagnostic examinations and providing medical treatment (psychopharmacotherapy and other medical treatments) to patients, He works collaboratively with patient’s therapists at Spectrum or other locations to provide high quality psychiatric care.

 

On a personal note, Dr. Herman hails from Long Island, NY. He sings bass in the “Bach in Baltimore” Concert Series, lauded for over thirty years for high-quality Baroque community performances and engaging music education. He has three grown daughters and several grandchildren.

 

Existing patients may contact Dr. Herman with their login at: https://my.patientfusion.com

 

Accepting new patients? Yes, accepting new patients.

Dr. Akira 15 May 2018
Akira Otani

Dr. AkiraAkira Otani, Ed.D., ABPH is a licensed psychologist who has joined Spectrum Behavioral Health in 2008 after serving on the graduate faculty at The Johns Hopkins University (1986-1988) and on the Senior Psychologist staff at the University of Maryland Counseling Center (1988-2008).

 

His professional interests include anxiety disorders and psychological trauma as well as clinical hypnosis and mindfulness meditation. He has authored/co-authored 4 books and published more than 60 journal articles on these topics.

 

Dr. Otani received a Doctor of Education (Ed.D) in Counseling Psychology from West Virginia University. He is board certified as a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychological Hypnosis (ABPH).

 

He is bilingual in English and Japanese. He spent 4 months in Japan receiving advanced training in meditation in 2016.

 

Accepting new patients? Yes, accepting new patients.

15 May 2017
Jillian Solomon

Jillian Solomon, Psy.D. is a psychology associate practicing under the supervision of Scott E. Smith, Ph.D. Dr. Solomon recently completed her predoctoral internship at Community Counseling and Mentoring Services, where she provided therapeutic treatment to children, adolescents, and families experiencing an array of social, emotional, and behavioral problems. Her areas of interest include social development, Autism Spectrum Disorder, behavioral issues, and anxiety disorders.

 

Dr. Solomon received a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Master of Arts degree from American University in Washington, DC. She went on to obtain her doctoral degree from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Washington, DC. The most common factor among the settings Jillian has worked in includes her aim to personalize treatment plans to each client on an individual level, taking into consideration a number of diversity factors — socioeconomic status (SES), race and ethnicity, gender, trauma history, and family relationships, etc. Her highly empathic attitude remains constant with every client she sees, always striving to place herself in the shoes of those she encounters.

 

Dr. Solomon is originally from Baltimore, MD, and loves arts and crafts, traveling, family time, and dogs.

 

Accepting new patients? Yes, accepting new patients.

15 May 2017
Anthony B. Wolff

Anthony B. Wolff, a licensed psychologist, earned his degree from McGill University. He also holds a Master of Science in Computer Systems, and has worked as a professional musician.
Dr. Wolff is on the medical staff of Anne Arundel Medical Center and was formerly a consulting psychologist with Pathways Chemical Dependency Program. He previously was a Research Scientist at Gallaudet University, Project Director for Children’s Services in the New York State Office of Mental Health, Chief Psychologist at the Albany County (NY) Mental Health Clinic, and adjunct faculty member at the State University of New York at Albany.

 

Having authored several journal articles and book chapters, Dr. Wolff’s special interests include child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy, testing, child neuropsychology, attention deficit disorder, learning disabilities, custody and visitation matters, forensics, and deafness.

 

Accepting new patients? Yes, accepting new patients.

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