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Dr. Lisa Mazzio, Psy.D., LCP

Dr. Lisa Mazzio is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and has received both a Doctorate and Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from the Clinical Psychology program at Regent University. Dr. Mazzio has been providing clinical services to adults and children for more than ten years in various settings, including: outpatient, inpatient, and group settings in clinics, hospitals and universities. She is an engaging and dynamic therapist who values cognitive behavioral and solution-focused treatment. Dr. Mazzio treats a wide range of clinical concerns including mood disorders, addictions, personality disorders, relationship issues, parenting challenges, family conflict, trauma, and grief and loss. Additionally, Dr. Mazzio provides a range of psychological assessment services including diagnostic clarification and psychoeducational assessment.

Dr. Megan Gliniecki, Ph.D., LCP

Dr. Megan Gliniecki is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and earned her Ph.D in Clinical Psychology from UTSouthwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.  Dr. Gliniecki places great emphasis on the value of the therapeutic relationship and seeks to connect with her clients in an authentic manner that facilitates self-understanding and growth. While Dr. Gliniecki uses a variety of scientifically proven treatments, she shapes them to fit with the unique needs and goals of each individual.  She specializes in the healing of chronic trauma along with the treatment of mood, anxiety, eating, and substance use disorders. In addition, Dr. Gliniecki provides psychological assessment services to elicit accurate diagnoses and to assist clients in understanding personality characteristics and learning problems.

Dr. LaDonna Hankins, Psy.D., LCP

Dr. Hankins is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who earned her Masters and Doctorate from Regent University. Dr. Hankins is licensed to practice in both New York and Virginia and provides tele-therapy for distance clients. For 11 years, Dr. Hankins has provided behavioral health services to diverse populations in various treatment settings, including community-based, outpatient, residential, and military. Dr. Hankins is trained in trauma-sensitive treatment modalities and practices from an integrative therapy perspective influenced by psycho-dynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and humanistic approaches. Dr. Hankins is particularly skilled in addressing complex and chronic trauma, grief, infidelity, depression, anxiety, cultural diversity, and adjustment disorders and has a talent for helping clients overcome personal barriers to achieve ultimate personal success. 

Laura Garibay, MSW

Laura Garibay is a Resident in Social Work and holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from San Diego State University. Laura has training and experience in several psychotherapeutic approaches, includingCognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), brief psychodynamic psychotherapy, and trauma-informed care. Laura’s therapeutic approach is engaging, supportive, collaborative and strives to help clients better understand and resolve their unique issues. She works with children and adults struggling with mood and anxiety disorders, life transitions, relationship concerns, family conflict and grief and loss.   

Lauren Brady, M.A.

Lauren is a clinical mental health counseling resident who specializes in working with adults and couples. Lauren utilizes integrative approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), and Positive Psychology to help clients work through a wide variety of personal and relational issues. Lauren has extensive training working with Active Duty and Veteran service members and she is passionate about helping military families to overcome obstacles to their well-being. Lauren is certified in both Prepare/Enrich marital and premarital counseling as well as Hope-Focused Marriage Therapy. Other specialties include treatment for trauma/PTSD, suicidal ideation, anxiety, depression, grief, and life transitions.