Jason Waterman, LMSW
Jason is passionate about helping people deal with issues of anxiety, depression, addiction, habit change, self-compassion, shame, and finding purpose. He is open to all types of clients, with experience lending itself specifically to working with men, late teens, young adults/couples, and athletes.
Julia Daniele M.S., LGPC
Julia is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor, licensed in the state of Maryland, who received her Master of Science in Clinical Professional Counseling from Loyola University Maryland.
Victoria Davis, LCSW-C
Victoria is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW-C) and a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Social Work. Victoria has over a decade of experience serving individuals and families from a wide range of backgrounds. In addition to The Woolf Center, Victoria has worked in social services and hospital settings.
Beth Reeves LCSW-C
Beth Reeves is an LCSW-C licensed in the State of Maryland and a graduate from the University of Maryland School of Social Work. She has worked with adolescents in a variety of settings across private and public school settings, as well as community agencies. Beth focuses on the following population:
Sanja Matijas- Couples & Individual Coach | Anxiety and Life Coach
In addition to NLP and MBCT techniques Sanja incorporates reality therapy and non violent communication techniques.
Aliza Graber, LCSW-C
Aliza Graber is a licensed clinical social worker with 13 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. Aliza received her Masters in Social Work from Yeshiva University and has worked in a variety of settings, including as a college advisor, middle school counselor, and psychotherapist.
Naya Jackson, Practicum Therapist
Bernaiyya Jackson, affectionately known as "Naya Jay" is a student at the University of Oklahoma studying to receive her Masters in Social Work. She is a mother to a compassionate toddler boy. As a graduate of Howard University, she has embodied a servitude attitude and enjoys serving as an agent of social change.
Elana Woolf, LCPC, NCC, Supervisor
Elana's family immigrated to the United States from Russia (formerly USSR) in the late 80's after being religiously and politically persecuted. She grew up in the DC area, attended Montgomery County Public Schools, and then went on to earn her Bachelor's degree from University of Pittsburgh in Psychology, Russian and Eastern European Studies, and Fitness.
Lizeth Del-Cid, Office Administrator
My name is Lizeth Del-Cid, my parents are from El Salvador, and I was born in Maryland. I am a first-generation student at Washington Adventist University pursing a Social Work Degree. I have interned at Holy Cross Hospital, as well as Sandstone Care, a drug and alcohol abuse rehabilitation center. I am very passionate about helping others and believe that we can all make a difference one step at a time.
Juan was born and raised in Maryland. He comes from a Hispanic family. He is a student pursuing an education degree at the University of Maryland. He loves to help others and strives to make sure each interaction is filled with kindness.