Meet Our Team

Courtney N. Compagnone, Psy.D.
Founder of Clear View Counseling Center
Licensed Clinical Psychologist

10.12.18 Clear View Counsling Center80737Dr. Compagnone is a Maryland Licensed psychologist.  She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida, a Master of Arts Degree in Professional Psychology and a Doctor of Psychology from William James College.  She received formal training at McLean Hospital Women’s Treatment Program and Klarman Eating Disorders Center, both Harvard teaching facilities.  She was affiliated with the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children providing services for children, adolescents, and their families. In addition, she has clinical experience in a variety of settings including residential treatment programs hospital emergency departments, and inpatient units.  She completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Sheppard Pratt Health System in the Trauma Disorders Program offering individual and group therapy, psychological assessment, and consultation services for inpatient and outpatient settings, with specialty training in adults with complex trauma.  In addition, Dr. Compagnone has advanced training in the provision of mental health services for patients struggling with grief and loss and earned certification as a Grief Counseling Specialist (CGCS) in 2020.

At the Clear View Counseling Center, Dr. Compagnone provides psychotherapy to a small caseload of adolescents and adults presenting with symptoms related to Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Eating Disorders, gender and sexuality issues, anxiety disorders, and depression.  Dr. Compagnone no longer accepts referrals for new patients.  Instead she focuses her professional interests in growing the practice, mentorship, supervision of early career clinicians, professional consultation, and community engagement.

Heather Knox, LCSW-C
Certified Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Knox PhotoHeather Knox is a Maryland licensed clinical social worker (LCSW-C). In 1992, Ms. Knox earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland.  Immediately thereafter, she enrolled in Florida State University where she earned a Masters in Clinical Social Work in 1994.  While in graduate school, Ms. Knox trained at Brehon Family Services in Tallahassee, Florida, where she worked with pregnant teenagers, providing psychoeducation to help her patients gain the skills necessary to parent their babies effectively.

Ms. Knox has amassed over 20 years of clinical experience and training working with individuals and families.  She has worked in a variety of clinical settings including both inpatient and outpatient mental health settings.  She is skilled in the treatment of a variety of diagnoses and presenting issues including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, relationship issues, grief, and parenting issues.  Moreover, Ms. Knox worked at the America World Adoption Association, where she gained extensive knowledge and expertise in the field of international adoption.  In her professional capacity there, Ms. Knox worked with families to help prepare them for their adoption.  She also assisted in working through difficulties that sometimes arose post-adoption, an occurrence that was particularly common among children who had been institutionalized prior to adoption.

When working with patients, Ms. Knox likes to start where they are, and where they feel they need the most help. She combines her empathic listening skills with her ability to help her patients create solutions to the issues that may be blocking their ability to enjoy life to their fullest potential.

At the Clear View Counseling Center, Heather provides individual psychotherapy to adults presenting with an array of issues including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, women’s issues, adjustment disorders, grief and loss, family conflict and relationship issues.  She is passionate about working with trauma and specializes in the treatment of PTSD and domestic violence.  Ms. Knox lives in Annapolis, Maryland.  In her free time, she enjoys listening to music, reading, watching movies, and playing with her dogs and cats.

Lakee’a Brown, LCSW-C
Certified Licensed Clinical Social Worker

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Lakee’a Brown is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Board approved Social Worker Supervisor. Ms. Brown graduated from Delaware State University in 2001 with her Bachelors in Social Work and Howard University in 2005 with her Masters in Social Work with a focus in Mental Health. Throughout her career, she has worked in several community-based outpatient mental health clinics, serving a wide range of patients. Ms. Brown has over 15 years of clinical experience and she is passionate about working with children and adults to overcome stressors related to trauma, depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress, stress management, relationship problems, self-esteem issues, and adjusting to life changes and transitions.

She is an empathetic and compassionate clinician. Her goal is to provide a comfortable, safe, therapeutic environment for you to take a load off and work through any challenges you may be facing in your life. She believes self-care is a very important part of your mental health and she will teach you how to focus on taking care of yourself throughout the process. Self-care is how you take your power back. “Be enough for yourself first, the rest of the world can wait”.

Ms. Brown’s therapeutic approaches are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Expressive Therapy, Family Therapy, Trauma-Focused Therapy, Art Therapy and Strength-Based.

Sabrina Lueth Walker, LCSW-C
Certified Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Certified Grief Recovery Specialist

SLW PhotoSabrina Lueth Walker is a Clinical Social Worker licensed in both Maryland and New Jersey. She obtained her Master’s in Social Work from Rutgers University in 2008. Her undergraduate degree, also from Rutgers, is in Exercise Science and Sports Studies.  She began her career in healthcare and health promotion. Influenced by her fitness background, Mrs. Lueth Walker believes in treating the whole person by addressing issues of the heart, mind, body and soul. She treats from a strengths-based, insight-oriented, in-your-corner perspective.

Mrs. Lueth Walker has worked with individuals across the lifespan, couples, families and groups. Much of her clinical experience has centered on individuals recuperating from traumatic injuries, those learning to manage chronic medical conditions and those healing from loss. After graduate school, she worked with adults recovering from brain injuries and managing neurological illnesses. Following this, she worked at a children’s hospital specializing in children and adolescents with chronic pain conditions. Since relocating to Maryland, she has worked for a community-based behavioral health organization and, most recently, had the privilege of working Walter Reed National Military Medical Center with children and adolescents of our active and retired military men and women.

Mrs. Lueth Walker is passionate about promoting resilience and personal and spiritual growth. She is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® and finds great satisfaction in helping clients move beyond pain caused by loss of any kind. With a warm, collaborative and motivational approach, she partners with her clients to identify obstacles serving as barriers to reaching goals, managing difficult circumstances, experiencing satisfying relationships and living a fulfilling life. What may seem insurmountable at the time can become attainable as one heals from past hurts, gains knowledge and insight, and learns new skills in a supportive and encouraging environment.

Mrs. Lueth Walker draws from a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic approaches and interventions including but not limited to Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Brain-based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Play and Art Therapy. She has received advanced training in CBT, DBT, Trauma-Informed Care, MI, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Cognitive Remediation Techniques (to improve self-regulation).

Whether you’re struggling to manage symptoms of depression and anxiety, grieving a lost relationship, frustrated and confused by how life is playing out or seeking fulfillment, Mrs. Lueth Walker would love to meet with you.  She offers faith-based counseling upon request.

Crystal Stewart, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Crystal Stewart PhotoCrystal Stewart is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) with over 4 years of clinical mental health experience. A proud DC native, Ms. Stewart appreciates the unique challenges and advantages to inner city life and has over 15 years of experience working with high risk youth, adults, and communities.

Ms. Stewart graduated from Loyola University of Maryland’s Pastoral Counseling program and is passionate about helping clients explore the relationship between faith and health.  Her therapeutic approach is eclectic and most often incorporates Person-Centered, Adlerian, Motivational Interviewing, Play Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral concepts. Ms. Stewart is also trained in Multisystemic Therapy, an intensive family and community based approach that addresses the environmental influences on high risk youth.  Although Ms. Stewart has extensive experience working with adolescents, she works with individuals across the lifespan with a wide range of concerns including, but not limited to  trauma, substance use, anxiety,  depression, bipolar disorder, stress and anger management.

No matter the age or concern, A client can expect an authentic, empathic, and effective psychotherapist. Her primary goals are to:

  • To help clients understand and address the specific barriers that prevent them from accomplishing goals.
  • To encourage the discovery and acceptance of innate gifts to help clients confidently show up in the world.
  • To remind clients that they are worth the effort it takes to achieve healing.
Elle Keller, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Elle Keller PhotoElle Keller is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). Mrs. Keller earned her Master of Science degree in clinical counseling from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.

She completed her practicum at Maryland Correctional Facility for Women and her internship at Howard Community College (HCC). While at HCC, Mrs. Keller had the opportunity to work with students and community members addressing issues related to anxiety, life transitions, stress management, self-esteem, and relationships. In addition to psychotherapy, Elle also provided career counseling services with students exploring their academic options and job interests.

Mrs. Keller has worked as a psychotherapist for 11 years and in a variety of different clinical settings including community mental health, private practice, county crisis response systems, and community college. She has primarily worked with adults who need help navigating anxiety, life  transitions, self-acceptance, relationship/parenting, stress management, women’s issues, and wellness/self-care.

Mrs. Keller uses humor to help clients navigate life’s ups and downs and to help them accept themselves and learn healthy strategies to manage their issues. Her goal is to be a positive part of a client’s personal growth journey. She utilizes an ecclectic approach to therapy through Solution Focused Therapy, Positive Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Walk Therapy.

At the Clear View Counseling Center, Mrs. Elle Keller provides individual psychotherapy to adults presenting with anxiety, women’s  issues, life transitions, relationship/parenting, self-acceptance, stress management and wellness/self-care. She enjoys helping her clients to learn how to live their best lives.

Mrs. Keller is an empty nester who lives with her husband in Annapolis, Maryland. She is an avid runner who loves reading and spending time with her family and friends.

Meghan Holmes, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Holmes PicMeghan Holmes is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) with over 3 years of clinical mental health experience. Ms. Holmes graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in criminology/criminal justice from the University of Maryland and in 2019 with a master’s in clinical Mental Health Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. During graduate school, Ms. Holmes completed her one-year internship on the Center for Eating Disorders, an eating disorder unit at Sheppard Pratt Health System, working with adults and adolescents struggling with co-occurring diagnoses. She also spent two years working full-time in a patial hospital program (PHP) and intensive outpatient program (IOP) level of care at the Eating Recovery Center of Baltimore where she also currently works part-time. Ms. Holmes is passionate about working with adults and adolescents suffering from eating disorders and co-occurring diagnoses such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, personality disorders, and other related mood/anxiety disorders.

Ms. Holmes understands that life does not always go as planned and though it can bring great happiness, it can also bring trials that make it difficult to fully enjoy what life has to offer. With therapy, Ms. Holmes’s main goal is to compassionately and nonjudgmentally guide individuals on how to cope more effectively with the stressors of life in order to improve daily functioning and overall quality of life.

Ms. Holmes uses a wide range of treatment modalities based on each client’s presenting concerns and is considerate of all cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds along with gender identities. These modalities include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Family-Based Therapy. Ms. Holmes specializes in working with adults and adolescents suffering with eating disorders along with mood and anxiety disorders, poor self-esteem, body image dissatisfaction, perfectionism, and interpersonal relationship issues.

Amanda Siebold, LMSW
Licensed Master Social Worker

AS PhotoAmanda Siebold is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) who is passionate about helping individuals and families gain healing in their lives and in their relationships. She attended Mount St. Mary’s University for her Bachelor’s degree in English with Secondary Education Certification and taught high school English before studying to become a therapist. Her career as a teacher provided unique insight into working with adolescents and the need for mental health support to help young people thrive in their families, in their relationships, and in their academics.

Ms. Siebold then earned her Master’s in Social Work from Catholic University. During her graduate studies, she gained training and experience in working with the effects of childhood trauma in the field of Treatment Foster Care. In this experience, she acquired formal training in the trauma-informed, attachment-based model TBRI (Trust-Based Relational Intervention) which focuses on the importance of connection to heal the effects of complex trauma. She has worked with children, adolescents, families, and adults in a community-based mental health setting to support clients with a variety of mental health and relationship issues.

Ms. Siebold uses a strengths-based perspective when working with clients, recognizing that each person comes with a unique set of abilities, supports, and resiliency. Using an attachment lens, she recognizes that connection is a fundamental aspect of human experience and is a pathway to facilitating healing. Being trauma-informed, she prioritizes patients’ felt-safety within sessions and helps them to develop healthy coping skills from a compassionate, nonjudgmental stance. She believes in providing clients with concrete tools in order to recognize unhelpful scripts they have acquired through relationships and life experiences in order to rewrite their stories to promote restoration, growth, and empowerment. Ms. Siebold focuses on a person-centered approach, acknowledging that the therapeutic relationship is the most important factor in determining the success of a client’s treatment. She believes that warmth and empathy are of utmost importance for clients to feel seen and heard.

Ms. Siebold provides psychotherapy to adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She also provides faith-based counseling upon request.

DeLicia Boyd, LGPC
Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor
National Certified Counselor

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DeLicia Boyd is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) in the state of Maryland and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). DeLicia received her Masters of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Prior to this, Ms. Boyd earned her Bachelors of Science in psychology, sociology and anthropology from Towson University.

Ms. Boyd assists patients in creating a more productive, stress-free life by means of counseling. She helps clients to identify cognitive distortions and restructure them in effective ways. She also helps develop boundaries and coping mechanisms. Ms. Boyd has worked with a variety of populations who presented with a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety and relationship concerns.

When working with patients, Ms. Boyd utilizes Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and person- centered therapy in order to empower clients to confront their challenges. She provides an authentic experience that challenges her patients to push past the feeling of being “stuck”. By building genuine relationships, Ms. Boyd is able to create a safe place for clients to create and effectively implement counseling goals.

Arin Jayes, LGPC, NCC, CBIS
Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor
National Certified Counselor
Certified Brain Injury Specialist

AJ HeadshotArin Jayes is a Maryland Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC), a National Certified Counselor (NCC), and a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS). He obtained his Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at The Johns Hopkins University School of Education and he is also a graduate of the LGBT Health Policy and Practice program at The George Washington University.

After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature and Gender Studies in 2013 from the New College of Florida, Arin amassed over 8 years of experience in public service – first as an Americorps member stationed in small nonprofits, then as a vocational rehabilitation counselor in community mental health settings, and most recently as a case manager supporting individuals living with brain injury and diverting them from institutionalization.

In working with adults with disabilities and their families, Arin became passionate about helping individuals discover their true potential, while simultaneously addressing day-to-day challenges through collaborative problem solving. Arin uses an integrated theoretical orientation grounded in the concepts of ACT, CBT, and DBT. He is person-centered and strives to be an ally in the therapy process by highlighting the important life experiences, values, and perspectives that clients bring to the table. Arin provides culturally-informed counseling to patients of diverse ages and backgrounds, with concentration on people with disabilities, older adults, job-seekers, and LGBTQIA individuals. He works with clients facing complex challenges such as mood disorders, substance use disorders, grief and loss, aging, chronic health conditions, social isolation, and gender transitions.

Arin lives in Baltimore, Maryland and is originally from Washington, DC. In his free time, Arin is an urban farmer and textile artist. He enjoys spending time with his family and two cats.

Emerson Hurajt
Mental Health Counseling Intern, University of Baltimore
Masters in Applied Psychology Program, Counseling Concentration

Hurajt PhotoEmerson Hurajt is a graduate counseling student who is passionate about using research-based practices to encourage change and healing of the mind.

In 2019, Emerson graduated with a bachelor’s in psychology from Salisbury University. During their time in undergraduate studies, they focused their skills on being a student researcher, centering on experiments that incorporate art and personality. Emerson also has experience as a teaching assistant. This experience gave them insight into the struggles of young adults and older adults on a transitional life path. The skills and information learned through these experiences inspired them to pursue a career in counseling.

Currently, Emerson is attending University of Baltimore’s Applied Behavioral Sciences program, with a specialization in Mental Health Counseling. They have a focus in treating transitional youth and adults who struggle with work-related stress, mood disorders, gender and sexuality issues, trauma, women’s issues, and other life issues.

Emerson believes that healing and growth are necessary and invaluable experiences in life and feels grateful for the opportunity to be able to guide those who want to make lasting changes in their lives.