Licensed Professional Counselor (LCPC) trained at Johns Hopkins University, specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and addictions. Prior to counseling, Lavina worked in the fields of community health, international public health, and Integrative Nutrition Health Coaching. Lavina’s bi-cultural background also influences her stance toward the inherent worth and dignity of every person.
Lavina practices integrative psychotherapy, which means she considers a client’s unique characteristics, preferences, context, and worldview. She attends to patterns of thought, feeling, behavior, and family system, and tailors treatment to match a client’s unique needs and uses the most effective tools from a variety of approaches while being rooted in a therapeutic theory.
Lavina primarily leans toward a strengths-based and existential/ontological approach integrating mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, and other complementary methodologies. She has a special interest in continuing education related to neuropsychology, trauma, resiliency mindsets, and the connection between food and mood. Lavina is passionate about assisting clients to gain insight into their patterns, create new possibilities, and powerfully face anything missing or in the way of fulfilling on their goals.
Family System Dynamics
Health and Wellness Lifestyle Changes
Healthy Boundaries in Relationships
Integration of Spiritual Practice with Therapy
Parenting and Partnership
Individuals: $150 Intake; $130 Follow-Up
Sliding Scale for Self Pay: Not Offered
(410) 567-1117 ex. 717
1004 Dulaney Valley Road, Online