Learn more about Hannah, Caroline, Heidi, Bonnie and myself!
I started this practice in 2013 with the goal of providing high quality care while allowing clients to use their insurance to make therapy more accessible and affordable. In addition to working from an integrative approach, I also have a 200-hour yoga teaching certification and weave this into my work with clients. I have additional speciality areas in working with athletes and conducting assessments for ADHD and Learning Disabilities. I'm an avid hiker, lover of the outdoors and mother to an adorable high energy toddler! I have brought on associates who share my beliefs in providing high quality accessible care.
Hannah Kolodner, LICSW, completed her Masters of Social Work at Catholic University. In her clinical work with adults, Hannah has focused primarily on interpersonal difficulties, parenting challenges, anxiety, depression, and generational transmission of trauma. Her approach to therapy strategically draws upon the inherent attributes, skills and capabilities of her clients in order to help them achieve their therapeutic goals. Personally, Hannah is committed to honoring the mind-body connection. Mindfulness practices, yoga, exercise, nutrition and time spent enjoying the outdoors are all activities that work well in tandem with therapy! She encourages clients to embrace healthful living practices that work in concert with their therapeutic goals, personal values and spiritual values. Hannah is a 200 hour certified yoga teacher, a horse-mom, an avid hiker, and an amateur chef.
Caroline Hall, LGSW, received her Masters of Social Work from University of Maryland Baltimore, and completed her Bachelors from The Catholic University of America. Caroline specializes in working with women focusing on mood disorders. She has experience with improving positive communication with the client, problem solving for their unique needs, and providing community resources to continue a client's mental health progress. She is passionate about meeting the client where they are at and supporting their therapeutic experience. She believes a person’s unique strengths allow client’s to be experts in their journey towards their mental wellness. Caroline seeks to create a space for clients to process and accept their emotions in order to understand their mental health needs. Caroline integrates various approaches in her work with clients, such as person-centered therapy, cognitive and behavioral therapies, and mindfulness practices.
Heidi Sommers, LGSW, completed both her Masters of Social Work and Bachelors degree at the University of Michigan. Heidi provides individual therapy to adolescents, adults, and couples utilizing evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Heidi's passion is working with those struggling with depression, anxiety, interpersonal difficulties, grief, trauma, emotion regulation, and life changes. She works from a strengths-based perspective, empowering individuals to create the change they want to see in their lives. She emphasizes the importance of building a trusting, supportive, authentic and non-judgmental relationship. Seeking help can be hard; together, Heidi hopes to walk with you to promote personal wellness.
Bonnie McIntyre, LGSW completed her Master of Social Work degree from Dominican University in Chicago, IL and her Bachelor of Social Work degree from Gordon College in Wenham, MA. She is currently working on a PhD in Social Work at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Bonnie’s professional experiences have largely included multi-disciplinary work to assist trauma survivors of sexual exploitation internationally as well as to support individuals and families who have been impacted by the criminal justice system domestically. Bonnie’s clinical specializations include the treatment of anxiety and depression in addition to addressing complex trauma, racial and cultural trauma, as well as vicarious trauma and burnout with clients at the individual and community-based levels. Bonnie’s clinical interests also include supporting clients who are navigating through grief, life transitions, and substance abuse issues.
Bonnie’s therapeutic philosophy is to provide strengths-based, person-centered support to clients; believing that it is possible for every single individual to enjoy the life that they are building with great value and purpose.
Heather Warchocki, Ph.D.
Founder of Heather Warchocki and Associates