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All FCCC providers only accept Maryland Medicaid insurance. 


Self-Pay Fees are based on provider and services rendered. Please call for fees. 

Shaundra Parsley, CRNP

Medical Director

Shaundra is a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, with training and experience treating patients with psychiatric disorders across the lifespan and practice settings.

Shaundra received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Washington Adventist University. She later went on to earn her Master of Science in Nursing Degree as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and obtained certification from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She has over 19 years of nursing experience, starting as a nurse caring for Geriatric clients with various conditions and later transitioning into Emergency Medicine within the University of Maryland Medical System.

Shaundra strives to build a therapeutic relationship with all her clients to develop the best- individualized treatment plan for them. Her goal is to use evidence-based practice to integrate medicine and psychotherapy for effective treatments to ensure emotional and physical well-being.

Frank Lockman, LCSW-C


I heard it said somewhere "there are two kinds of people, people with issues and those without". So, if you are reading this and have challenges you wish to overcome, let’s talk. Whether you're having marital issues stemming from a lack of communication, need help for a child or teenager who is struggling with substance abuse or defiance, or dealing with anxiety or depression yourself-you have come to the right place. I assist individuals to help themselves through their challenges. My approach to therapy encourages clients to experience an opportunity for healing, developing skills, and changing behavior.

My educational and clinical experiences combine to formulate a "Strength-Based" approach towards assessments and therapy. I focus on identifying your interpersonal strengths and then leverage them to empower you and your loved ones to develop the skills necessary to make better choices and ultimately live a healthier lifestyle.

My therapeutic practice area includes pre-marital and marital therapy, substance abuse, and individual and family therapy. In an effort to offer flexibility, ease and comfort I can provide in-home therapy services. In addition to being a Licensed Clinical Social Worker-Certified and a Certified Social Worker in Health Care. I am a USMC Veteran.

Janna Henesch, LMSW


Janna earned her MSW from University of Maryland School of Social Work in 2004. Since then, she has been working with the adult and aging population, as well as individuals with disabilities.

She has extensive experience in the areas of loss, grief, depression and end of life care and facilitating support groups. Janna’s intention is to assist individuals and families in improving their overall functioning, well-being and interpersonal relationships in a therapeutic and supportive environment.

Jessica Flowers, LMSW


bio coming soon

Morgan Wright, LMSW


Morgan Wright received her Bachelors in Psychology from Hampton University. Ms. Wright quickly became the Advocating Director for the Child and Youth Program contracted by the U.S Government. Ms. Wright has a deeply rooted passion for mental health and education. Combing both passions, Ms. Wright has created curriculums and widely practiced blueprints in the shaping of early childhood development.
Later Ms. Wright would receive her Master's in Social Work from the University of Maryland becoming a Licensed Social Worker. Ms. Wright currently provides professional support to both adolescents and adults in areas such as: behavioral issues, anxiety, autism, anger management, depression, social interaction skills, emotional disturbance, trauma and self-esteem. Ms. Wright is also a registered behavior technician, specializing in teaching basic life skills to non-verbal learners who are on the spectrum.

Courtney Allen, LCSW-C


Bio coming soon

Adriana Espinoza, LMSW

Bilingual-Spanish speaking Therapist

Adriana (she/hers) had fallen in love with therapy after an internship with BCARS, working in crisis response for children and adolescents in Baltimore City. Much of her focus has been on trauma and she enjoys focusing her research on trauma's impact and manifestation in one's everyday life. In my private life, I enjoy spending time with my spouse and children, camping, swimming, working with animals, and being an active member in the community, and advocating for their needs. It is a pleasure to meet you! Adriana is also a bilingual Spanish speaking therapist.

Naya Delancey,LGPC


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Jada Abson


Jada was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She has received her Bachelors in Family and Human Services from Towson University where she would discover her passion to become a source of support for others. She is currently a graduate student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore to obtain her Master of Social Work. Jada has a desire to work with individuals and families while utilizing mindfulness practices and cognitive behavioral approach for counseling.

In her spare time, Jada enjoys spending time with her family and beloved cat. Her hobbies include reading, yoga, and discovering the joys of life.

Dana Kobrin


Dana Kobrin was born and raised in Silver Spring, MD, and is a native of the Baltimore and Washington areas. She attended the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She is currently a 2nd year Master of Social Work student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore: School of Social Work. She is an Americorps VISTA alum and is passionate about volunteering and service projects. She has a desire to work with individuals, specifically young adults and adults, and has experience supporting LGBTQ+ individuals and individuals with disabilities in educational settings.

Hermela Tsegaye, LGPC

Therapist, LGPC

Hermela is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) in the state of Maryland and provides individual therapy to children, adolescents, and adults.

Hermela has experience working as Psychiatric Rehabilitation Coordinator as well as a mental health therapist intern where she worked with a variety of issues, such as depression, anxiety, anger, transition, self-esteem, motivation, social skills, and relationship issues.

Hermela aims to establish mutually trusting, nonjudgmental, and authentic relationships with clients. She respects and acknowledges that everyone’s journey is different and for this reason aims to implement evidence-based therapeutic approaches tailored to the individual, mainly practicing cognitive behavior therapy (CBT).

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