Our Team

Psychotherapist, Registered Dietitian & Eating Disorder Specialist

Virginia Inglese, MA, RD, LCSW, CLC, CEDS

Virginia Inglese is a psychotherapist and registered dietitian, specializing in eating disorders, healing families, empowering teens, and launching young adults. She is also a certified yoga and movement therapist, using these skills to help clients improve their health and release traumas and physical and emotional pain.

J.R. Lippold, MA, MSW, LGSW, LCSW

J.R. has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families in crisis, as well as adolescents, young adults, and members of the LGBTQ community. His unique and direct approach draws from his multifaceted experiences to provide insight into how environmental, mental/emotional, and health-related factors can influence an individual’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors – all factors that can lead to emotional distress, anxiety, and depression.

Tammy Christman, MA, MEd, Resident in Counseling

Tammy enjoys helping clients identify and use their strengths to regulate negative thoughts, feelings and behaviors in their daily lives.

Christal Platt, MS, LPC, NCC

Christal enjoys helping clients identify and use their strengths to regulate negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in their daily lives.

Susan Theon, MSW, Supervisee in Clinical Social Work

Susan empowers her clients through building strengths and resiliency to change.

Derek Clark, MSW, Supervisee in Clinical Social Work

Derek works with adults and adolescents using mind and body techniques to help them become the best versions of themselves.

Kelly Zupancic, MA, MS, MSW, QMHP-A, Supervisee in Clinical Social Work

Kelly empowers clients to identify natural skills and strengths to overcome obstacles and develop healthy relationships.

Anna Alberson, MSW, Supervisee in Clinical Social Work

Anna uses a strengths-based, holistic and person-centered approach to aid adolescents, adults and their families.
Psychotherapist Intern

Angelica Torres, MA

Angelica Torres is passionate about working with adolescents and adults, with a special focus on empowering teens and helping young adults launch. Angelica works with individuals to help them process life experiences, discover their identity, transform relationships, cope with life changes, build self-esteem, heal from eating disorders, improve body image, decrease anxiety and depression, and...

Nidhi Kothapalli, MS, Resident in Counseling

Nidhi received her Master’s in Counseling in May 2020 and is currently working to fulfill her hours for LPC Licensure. She is passionate about working with adolescents, teenagers and young adults tackle life transition, identity struggles, and cultural barriers. Through individual and group counseling, Nidhi helps clients with improving body image, increasing self-esteem, mood disorders,...

Shana Storms, MS, CSAC, Resident in Counseling

Welcome to counseling. I am a Resident in Counseling, supervised by Sharon Watson LPC, LMFT, LSATP, NCC, ACS and a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC). I provide individual and group therapy and I’m happy to include family or loved ones if helpful to you. Some of the supportive therapeutic techniques I use are cognitive-behavioral, narrative,...
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Liana Waybright, RDN

Liana Waybright is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with experience in pediatric nutrition, childhood and adult disordered eating, body image concerns, eating disorders and other mental health disorders including anxiety, depression and trauma.   Liana obtained undergraduate degrees in Culinary Arts and Nutrition from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island. She completed her Dietetic...

Megan White, MSW, Supervisee in Clinical Social Work

Megan views the therapeutic process as a collaborative one, and works with clients to identify their strengths and develop accessible coping skills that can be used in everyday life. She is passionate about working with clients living with eating disorders and works from an intersectional, Health At Every Size perspective. Using methods such as Cognitive...

Nailah Washington, QMHP-A, Resident in Counseling

Meet Nailah Washington. She is a Resident in Counseling in the State of Virginia. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Regent University. She has a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from South University. She is a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps bringing honor, courage and commitment to serving her...

Jeannie Cha, MSW, QMHP-T, Supervisee in Clinical Social Work

My therapeutic approach prioritizes trauma-informed practice and empowering the individual through their strengths. I create a nonjudgmental space for dialogue that is facilitated with empathy and active listening. I am passionate about getting to know the client and collaborating on ways to complete their goals by utilizing treatment modalities that will work for the individual. I integrate...

Noelle Harvey, MSW, Supervisee in Clinical Social Work

Noelle Harvey earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Mount St. Mary’s University and a Master of Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. She enjoys helping individuals develop skills to enhance the quality of their lives. Noelle has worked with an array of individuals who have diverse physical, emotional, mental health, and spiritual needs....