Lauren Zohler, D.O.
Dr. Zohler is a psychiatrist specializing in the treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults with mood, anxiety, and behavioral disorders, including attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). She was born and raised in Syracuse, New York. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences in 2007. She then completed a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Biological Sciences (2008) at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, Pennsylvania, where she also attended medical school, completing her medical education in 2012. She completed her residency in Psychiatry at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2016, and her Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship in June of 2018 at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC, where she served as the Chief Fellow. Dr. Zohler provides comprehensive psychiatric assessments, including psychopharmacological treatment when indicated, and a family-systems approach to care. She emphasizes the need for a team approach when working with children and families, including routine communication with therapists, schools, and other medical professionals in order to provide comprehensive care. Dr. Zohler enjoys reading, traveling, golfing, going to the theater, and watching sports. She currently resides in Washington, DC.

Fiorella Rosen, LCSW-C
Fiorella is a bilingual therapist, whose parents hail from Peru and Uruguay. She grew up multi-culturally traveling often between South America and the DMV, where she was raised. Fiorella attended Georgetown Visitation for high school before earning her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from the University of Toronto. She went on to obtain her Masters in Clinical Social Work from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Fiorella has spent her entire career working in school based settings within Montgomery County at both the elementary and middle school levels where she has worked with a diverse population and a wide range of presenting needs, including; mood, anxiety, and behavioral disorders, trauma, issues related to gender and sexual identity, as well as various life and family transitions (relocation, adoption, family reunification, divorce, death and loss, etc). Fiorella believes that the ability to form a genuine connection with the children, teens and families she works with coupled with her sincere belief in their capacity for growth and change are what make her such an effective clinician. She draws from a range of modalities to support her clients in achieving improved states of being, including client-centered, solution-focused, CBT, and strengths-based techniques, when appropriate delivered through the medium of play. Fiorella lives in Potomac, MD with her husband and two daughters and their dog, Lucy. In her free time she can be found reading, exercising, and enjoying music in all its forms, but especially live.

Jeremy Klass, LMSW, JD
Jeremy works primarily from a cognitive-behavioral (CBT) perspective and also incorporates elements of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness, and humanistic theories. Jeremy believes a strong therapeutic relationship is a key ingredient for meaningful change. His style is transparent and direct and finds humor can play an important role in the therapeutic process.
His clinical interests include anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, major life transitions adjustment difficulties and substance abuse. Jeremy also worked at Kolmac Outpatient Recovery in Washington, DC, where he provided intensive outpatient care to people dealing with both the acute and chronic issues of drug and alcohol addiction, including any underlying mental health problems.
Before earning his Master of Social Work from the University of Maryland and becoming a psychotherapist, Jeremy practiced law for more than 15 years, holding positions in the federal government, a Fortune 500 company and an Am Law 100 firm. He is also a former supervisor and counselor at URJ Camp Harlam. Outside of work, Jeremy enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including running, cycling, skiing, scuba diving, and occasionally sitting still. *Jeremy only sees patients ages 13 and up.

Julie Carmen, LCSW-C
Julie is a licensed clinical social worker who has spent her career working with children and adolescents using an eclectic and empathic approach to therapy. Julie draws upon modalities including cognitive behavioral, solution focused and attachment based therapies, while using a client centered and strengths based approach to provide compassionate, warm and effective care to her patients. Julie received her Bachelors of Arts in Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh and her Masters degree in Social Work at the University of Maryland Baltimore. Julie has worked in various settings including working on an inpatient psychiatric unit with children and adolescents, working in an emergency room providing psychological evaluations and providing different services through a crisis center. Julie has worked with diverse populations and her clinical interests include depression, anxiety, trauma, significant life transitions, relationship concerns and eating disorders. Julie believes that a strong therapeutic rapport and open communication are the cornerstones of a successful therapeutic process. Julie lives in Washington, DC and loves spending time with her family, exploring new places and traveling

Brianna Garrold, LCPC, LCPAT, ATR-BC
Brianna Garrold is a Board Certified and Licensed Clinical Professional Art Therapist, as well as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. Brianna received her BA from Notre Dame of Maryland University and her MA in Art Therapy and Counseling from George Washington University. Using a unique blend of evidence-based art therapy and counseling techniques, Brianna incorporates cognitive-behavioral therapy with mindfulness and studio-based approaches to meet each patient’s individual goals and needs. Patients working with Brianna often work towards increasing effective daily coping, learning to identify and appropriately express difficult emotions, cope with and challenge body image distortions, and learn to manage anxiety and trauma symptoms. She specializes in treating trauma, disordered eating, identity development challenges, and grief & loss. Brianna has special interest in both the LGBTQ+ community and the military community. Brianna has worked with several organizations throughout her career, including Arundel Lodge, Inc., Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents (RICA-Baltimore), and Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt Health Systems. During her time with Center for Eating Disorders, Brianna also served as facilitator for the “Love Your Tree” healthy body image community outreach campaign. In addition to providing therapy services, Brianna is an adjunct professor at her alma mater in Baltimore. She currently teaches Art Psychotherapy and Trauma for the Art Therapy Graduate Program. In her free time, Brianna enjoys spending time with her dog, working in her art studio, hiking, traveling, and spending time near the water in Annapolis.