Vivian Morgan, MS, LCPC
Vivian works with children, teens, young adults, and families. She has worked for agencies like Head Start, Kennedy Krieger, and Villa Maria providing compassionate care for over 25 years. She moved into private practice in 2011 and specializes in ADHD diagnosis and coaching, stress management, anxiety, depression, improving family relationships, and family trauma. She considers the therapeutic relationship to be unique and positive, helping children and families move towards their full potential. Vivian offers mindfulness meditation, family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, therapeutic movement (ie. qigong, yoga), along with art activities and sand tray therapy, to help her clients better understand themselves and manage strong emotions and behavior. She is certified in Family Trauma, and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction for Teens. She also incorporates Emotional Freedom Technique, or “Tapping”, to help manage strong emotions and reduce triggers associated with trauma.
Her goal is to help families and children reach their full potential by increasing self-esteem, managing debilitating emotions, and healing wounds that prevent personal growth. Using a family centered approach, she often involves parents in the therapy process.
Ariel Sklar, LCSW-C
Ariel Sklar is Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works with adolescents and adults with a specialty in trauma and somatic work. She believes in an empathetic non judgmental approach to helping clients understand their behaviors.
Ariel uses various treatment modalities to understand patterns of behaviors and move forward. Sessions are used to explore uncomfortable feelings that drive behavior and learn ways to manage strong emotions and find balance. Her approach is supportive and collaborative.
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“Mira” Mary E. Tessman, MA, LCPC
Mira is a mindfulness-based clinical psychotherapist, certified meditation teacher, yoga therapist & yoga teacher.
Mira guides adults and couples in honoring their vulnerabilities in order to better access hidden strengths. Conscious awareness of the body, heart, and breath open pathways to greater insight, clarity, flow, and presence for managing symptoms of anxiety, depression, trauma, distraction, grief, compulsions, and relationship issues. Mira offers private sessions and teaches public and private classes, workshops, and retreats.
Vicki Wasserman, MSW, LCSW-C
Vicki is passionate about her work with: Addicts navigating the road to recovery and beyond; codependents wanting self-awareness and self-acceptance; and couples/families dissecting the dynamics in their relationship that trigger and contribute to problems. This is facilitated through individual, couples, family and/or group therapy. The goal of treatment is to provide a safe environment to explore issues, behaviors and motives, without judgement. This allows the possibility to decide what changes to employ and how to do so. After over 15 years of experience in this field, along with a Master’s in Social Work and a degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling, Vicki continues to enjoy and learn everyday along with her clients.