You're braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
- A.A. Milne
Amy Ginnavan, MSW, LCSW-C, LCADC
Amy is Co-Owner of Seaside Counseling & Wellness Center. Amy graduated from Salisbury University in 2004 with a Masters in Social Work. She returned to school in 2010 to study Addictions Counseling & received her Licensed Clinical Alcohol & Drug Counselor (LCADC) License in September 2011. Amy is a MD Board of SOWK approved Supervisor. She is an adjunct professor at Salisbury University in the School of Social Work. Amy has worked with adults, families, and children for over 15 years using individual, group, couples, family, & co-occurring therapies. She works with a wide range of Mental Health & Substance Abuse disorders.
Mary Kaul-Black, MSW, LCSW-C
Mary earned a Masters Degree in Social Work in 1998. She currently works as a mental health counselor at Seaside Counseling and Wellness Center, and a Yoga Instructor at the YMCA in Salisbury. Mary is a MD Board of SOWK approved Supervisor. She has worked in the areas of trauma, domestic violence, depression, anxiety and with first responders. In 2012 she earned a 200- hour certificate to teach yoga, in 2013 she earned a 40 hour certification to teach stand up paddle board yoga, and in December 2018 she earned her 500– hour yoga teacher certification.
Debra Dotson, MSW, LCSW-C
Debra is Co-Owner of Seaside Counseling & Wellness Center. Debra graduated from Salisbury University in 2004 with a Masters in Social Work, and in June 2004, she became a Certified Forensic Interviewer. Debra has been working with children and families for over 15 years & currently serves as an adjunct faculty member in the Social Work Department at Salisbury University. Debra specializes in anxiety, depression, effective parenting and secondary trauma for the helping professionals. Treatment modalities utilized by Debra are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Play Therapy and Strength Based Therapies.
Jessica M. Hagy, LCSW-C, RYT200
Jessica is a Maryland Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical, a Registered 200-hour Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance, and a level-1 trained teacher in the delivery of iRest® Yoga Nidra. She teaches therapeutic yoga and meditation techniques to help others connect with the resources they have within and around them to enhance their own wellness and quality of life. By fostering an atmosphere of empathy, genuineness, and unconditional positive regard, she strives to help others feel more empowered, content, and purposeful in their daily lives. Jessica specializes in helping people restore from the effects of anxiety, stress-related conditions, trauma, grief, chronic pain, life transitions, and compassion fatigue.
Cameron Cluster, MSW, LCSW-C
Cameron is a Berlin native and graduated from Salisbury University with her Masters in Social Work in 2014. She has experience working with individuals across the lifespan, with a primary focus on working with children, adolescents, and young adults dealing with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavioral concerns, adjustment disorders, life changes and transitions, and trauma. Additionally, Cameron has specialized training in Child Centered Play Therapy and Sand Tray Therapy. She utilizes these approaches combined with other expressive methods in order to help Clients to direct the focus of their own treatment while creating an environment that makes therapy not only beneficial, but enjoyable.
Kimberly Poole-Sykes, RhD, LCPC
Kimberly Poole-Sykes is a Maryland Licensed Professional Counselor. She has more than twenty years of counseling experience and specializes in grief, trauma, depression and stress management. Some of her prior counseling experiences include working with youthful offenders, those with substance use disorders and those experiencing loss as a result of disabilities. She believes through self-acceptance people can retrain their brains to embrace a meaningful quality of life. The use of cognitive behavioral therapy and existentialism are frequently used as a way of understanding worldview.