Trauma Specialists of Maryland provides mental health services to adults that are beginning therapy, continuing therapy or are interested in exploring EMDR therapy. We have appointment availability during the day, afternoon and evening or via Telehealth. We are affirming and inclusive of all individuals finding their own identity within the LGBTQIA+ community.
Services for adults include:
- EMDR Intensives
- Family Therapy
Our clinicians provide therapy for adults who may be experiencing ADD/ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, PTSD, Eating Disorders, Behavioral Concerns, Grief, Life Transitions, Abuse, Grief and Addiction.
Please note that if you have a rising adult or College-Aged Student, we may place them with one of our adult therapists. We strive to provide the best fit possible and will work with you at intake to determine the best fit with our available appointments.
If you’d like to learn more about these services and what we can offer, please complete our request for appointment form and someone will be in touch with you soon!
click the clinician below to learn more about them.
Lynn Davis, LCPC, NCC
Lynn is a licensed clinical professional counselor and a National Board Certified Counselor. She is formally trained in EMDR, ITR (instinctual trauma response) and neurofeedback, with extensive experience working with individuals experiencing crises. Knowing that healing is not only possible, it is probable, Lynn is passionate about supporting the wellbeing and growth of clients who have experienced trauma. Lynn works with adults of all ages and backgrounds, and provides neurofeedback for children, youth, and adults.
Amanda (She/They) is a white, queer, neurodivergent Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C). Amanda provides therapy from a Humanistic approach that is strength-based and relational. Amanda has experience working with clients in medical, community-based, and clinical treatment settings. She specializes in working with adults experiencing a wide range of issues including grief and end-of-life issues, complex trauma, relationship difficulties, eating disorders, minority stress, and complex/life-limiting medical diagnoses. Amanda uses a blend of treatment approaches like Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Psychodynamic approaches (Ego-State and Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Polyvagal/Somatic techniques to support clients in healing from trauma experiences.
She enjoys working with gender expansive, neurodivergent and postpartum clients, particularly those with complex trauma histories. Amanda's therapeutic perspective is that you intately process the skills, resources and capabilities to heal from your experiences and that you are already in the process. Her hope is that your therapeutic relationship will allow for you to be compassionately and non-judgmentally joined and supported throughout your process of healing.
(301) 304-7108 x 808
Cheyenne Bowman, LCPC
Cheyenne is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) with six years of experience working in the mental health field in residential and inpatient settings. She is passionate about working with adult clients navigating severe and persistent mental illness, as well as anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, and relational difficulties. Cheyenne is an LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist. She enjoys incorporating creativity, mindfulness, and self-exploration techniques into her sessions. Cheyenne utilizes an eclectic approach including CBT, DBT, psychodynamic and client-centered treatment modalities in therapy. Cheyenne will be fully trained in EMDR by mid-September 2021.
To reach Cheyenne, email email@example.com or call (301) 304-7108 ext 818
Beth Johnson LCSW-C
Beth is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 15 years of clinical experience within various settings that include: in-patient psychiatric hospital, out-patient medical offices, mental health clinics, and detention facilities. Beth has worked with populations that include young and older adults, individuals, and families and those within the geriatric population. She is experienced in working with a wide range of issues to include life transitions, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, and end of life issues.
Beth believes in meeting the client where they are and gently guiding them towards the life they really want to be living. She has compassion for everyone’s story and believes each person’s journey to a healthier wellbeing is unique. Beth is warm, authentic, nurturing and creative. Beth works from a cognitive-behavioral and a client-centered approach and is trained in EMDR therapy.
Beth can be contacted at
Kristine Sweeney, LMSW
Sheri Tydings, LCSW-C
Sheri is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C). Sheri believes we are all on a journey to become our ideal version of ourselves and offers a therapeutic environment that is safe and supportive to help you navigate that journey successfully. She enjoys working with teens and adults who may be experiencing life transitions, relationship conflicts, or issues with depression, anxiety, trauma, or self-esteem. She uses a client centered approach and is also trained in EMDR. She also enjoys working with people who wish to incorporate their faith/spirituality into the therapy process.
To reach Sheri, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 301-304-7108 x 823.
I believe we are all on a journey to discover and become the very best version of ourselves. I will be a safe, supportive resource to assist and encourage you on your journey!