Dr. Sandra Lake is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse practitioner with over 10 years in the healthcare industry. She has worked in different fields of healthcare, Intensive care, Medical-surgical, Mental health, telemetry, and obstetrics to name a few. She has both inpatient and outpatient experience. Dr. Lake earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Washington Adventist University, where she graduated Cum Laude. She went on to complete her Master’s degree in nursing and her Doctoral degree in nursing at the University of South Alabama. She is an active member of various medical societies, including the Nurse Practitioners Association of Maryland, the World Association of Academic Doctors, and the National Association of Nigerian Nurse Practitioners. Dr. Lake enjoy spending time with her family when she is not working.
Dr. Lake is very compassionate, caring, listens, non-judgmental and treat everyone with dignity, empathy, and respect. Dr. Lake focuses on the individual as a whole, and collaborates with other professionals that are involved in her patient’s care to ensure optimal stability, thus promoting good quality of life. Dr. Lake provides medication management for all mood (depression, anxiety, bipolar, ADHD, schizophrenia, PTSD, etc) and mental health disorders, including Suboxone for persons struggling with Opioid Use and Vivitrol for persons struggling with Alcohol Use. Dr. Lake work with other professionals to help her patients that are struggling with Substance abuse to prevent relapse.
Dr. Lake will listen to you and discern the best treatment approach. Make the call today to begin the journey to a brighter future. Dr. Lake specialize in ADHD treatment as well.
Dr. Cheryl Samuels Campbell, Ed.D., LCPC
Dr. Cheryl Samuels Campbell is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Maryland, an education and professional services consultant, a lifelong learner, and a seeker of personal growth and transformation. She has over 10 years of experience providing individual and group counseling services in both outpatient mental health and corporate settings. Dr. Cheryl firmly believes in a client’s innate ability to overcome adversity, strengthen resilience, heal, and grow. She applies a client-centered approach to facilitate a client’s healing journey and to celebrate accomplishments along the way. She has counseled children, adolescents, and adults from age eight to sixty years who self-referred for services, were referred by a social services agency, or were court-mandated. As a result, Dr. Cheryl’s adult clientele is diverse. It has included homeless veterans, board-certified physicians, management consultants, landscape workers, and supermarket cashiers.
Dr. Cheryl earned a Master of Science in Organizational Counseling from Johns Hopkins University and a Doctorate in Educational Technology, Media, and Instructional Systems from Columbia University. Her certifications include Myers Briggs Type Indicator Practitioner, Change Management Advanced Practitioner, and Kirkpatrick Training Evaluation, Silver Level.
Cynthia Jones, LCPC, MA Psychotherapist
Based in College Park, MD, Ms. Cynthia Jones is a friendly and knowledgeable psychotherapist. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Strayer University. She pursued her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Trinity Washington University. Ms. Jones provides care at Nimel Mental Health. She is skilled in treating conditions such as anorexia, panic attacks, stress, suicidal tendencies, social anxiety, and emotional abuse. She also conducts various assessments, counseling, and therapies for cognition and behavior. Ms. Jones is kind, empathetic, and considerate with patients. She gives a detailed explanation of conditions and helps patients choose an appropriate treatment plan during consultations. She is dedicated to helping patients receive the best treatment possible to enjoy a positive and fulfilling lifestyle.
Tricialland Hilliard, PhD, LCPC, MA Psychotherapist
Based in College Park, MD, Dr. Tricialland Hilliard is a detail-oriented and empathetic psychotherapist. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from Hampton University. She pursued her master’s degree in counseling psychology from Bowie State University. Furthermore, she earned her Ph.D. in counseling education and supervision from Argosy University. Dr. Hilliard is currently a practitioner at Nimel Mental Health. She is skilled in treating conditions such as autism, dementia, stress, suicidal tendencies, social anxiety, and emotional abuse. She also conducts sessions for stress management, counseling for marriage, and relationships, and provides therapies. Dr. Hilliard is actively involved in community services. She is a member of the National Council of Negro Women, Health Communities in the Inner City, and Benning Terrance Community Power Initiative Project. With an immense interest in helping people lead better lives, the care she provides is explicable and top-notch.
Dione Finney, LCPC Psychotherapist
Have you come to the place where life is overwhelming and repeated destructive behaviors, or worry, is chiseling away at your sense of quiet confidence? No matter what has brought you to this moment, you do not have to go it alone. My clinical work includes, but is not limited to issues of grief, relationships, depression, self-esteem, anxiety and more among women, adults, and seniors. When facing life issues, I believe a person’s mental and spiritual health is the life force to achieve wholeness and purpose – a quiet confidence. I offer a holistic approach with a blend of personal and professional experience in a safe environment, giving freedom to express your emotions and to be heard without judgment. Let’s begin your journey towards living your purpose today.
Michelle Tucker-Jones, PMH Family Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Michelle Tucker-Jones is a Board certified Family Nurse Practitioner and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with 20 plus years of nursing experience in various specialties such as cardiac, medical-surgical, home health, hospice, correctional medicine, travel nursing, occupational health and management. She has worked various institutions both large and small on the west and east coast allowing her to care for people from a multitude of diverse backgrounds. She completed her Masters of Nursing for Family Nurse Practitioner at Bowie State University and her Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner degree at Washburn University. She holds a Post Masters certificate in Nutrition and Integrative Health and a certificate in Health Coaching. Mrs. Tucker-Jones has worked in Family Medicine, Rehabilitation Medicine, Functional Medicine, Mental Health, occupational medicine and has performed Veteran disability and compensation exams. as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Mrs. Tucker-Jones’s goal is to assist people in achieving a healthy balanced mind, body and spirit.
Melanie Stettz, LCSW-C
Melanie Stettz, LCSW-C was awarded her MSW in Clinical Behavioral Health from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. She earned her B.A. from Georgetown University and an MBA from George Washington University. Melanie has experience in providing therapy to couples, families, children, teens, and adults. She is well-versed in group therapy and has been honored to work with hospice patients, military populations and those living with developmental disabilities. As a former Peace Corps volunteer in Central America, she speaks Spanish with non-native fluency and has lived and worked in several countries. Melanie utilizes a client-centered, strength-based and trauma-informed approach to therapy. Her work is integrative and is informed by multiple modalities including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solutions-Focused Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic, Narrative, Existential and Gestalt Therapy.