Latoya McQuater, MA, LCPC

Ms. McQuater is a licensed clinical professional counselor in the state of Maryland. Ms. McQuater has been actively in practice for the last 8 years. Ms. McQuater graduated with a Master's of Education degree specializing in mental health counseling from the University of Virginia in 2008. Ms. McQuater has experience working with adults and adolescents. Ms. McQuater treats clients will all types of challenges such as anxiety, depression,
abuse, and domestic violence. Ms. McQuater works with clients through individual, family, and couples therapy modalities. Ms. McQuater's practice style can best be described as client centered as she allows her clients to guide the session, focusing on what they feel is significant in the moment. Ms. McQuater looks forward to helping you reestablish a sense of stability, happiness, and fulfillment.

Simone Warrick-Bell, MA, LCPC

Ms. Livingston's goal as your therapist is to help you achieve your goals in a positive and healthy method. She cherishes building connections with clients to assist in creating change in their life.  Ms. Livingston's hope is to collaboratively work with her clients to cope with issues, improve symptom management and develop a space of comfort. Ms. Livingston has years of experience in treating adolescents and adults who are impacted by anxiety, depressive symptoms, adjustment issues, transitional stressors and family issues.

Dianna P. McFarlane, MSW, LCSW-C, LICSW 
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker serving residents of Maryland and Washington, D.C. Ms. McFarlane has over 13 years of experience working in the public child welfare system, assisting many families with navigating the foster care and adoption process. She has been in private practice for over seven years and has experience in providing Specialized attachment-based training; Trauma-focused treatment of children and families exposed to physical, sexual, and emotional traumas; Consultation and clinical supervision  for non-profit agency staff; Assessments of families in custody and adoption matters.  Offering intervention to assist in addressing the interpersonal issues within families and individual relationships is a primary focus of her practice.