Tim volunteered at Father Martin’s Ashley in 1986, after beginning his personal recovery a year earlier. A proud graduate of Father Martin’s, Tim was hired at Ashley in 1987 as a counseling aide and realized he wanted to work with addicted people. He pursued his counseling degree and began a stellar 23-year career at Ashley. […]
Kat is a board certified Social Worker Supervisor. She received her MSW from University of Maryland School of Social Work and has been a Mobile Crisis Clinician with the Baltimore County Police Department through their Mobile Crisis Response Unit for six years. Two of those years she has been a clinical supervisor. Kat is trained
Sarah is a licensed clinical social worker and board approved social work supervisor. She received her MSW from Tulane School of Social Work, with a concentration in disaster mental health in 2011. Sarah has worked in a variety of health care and interdisciplinary settings that include mobile crisis in Anne Arundel County specializing in grief,
Scott joins the Harbor of Grace Team with 25 years of experience in Mental Health treatment. He began his career at Father Martin’s Ashley, where he served as an admissions counselor, Assistant Director of Admissions, then assisted in the development and implementation of a clinical program for chronic pain. During his 25 years in the
We are proud to have Marianna on our team. As an active Paramedic, who still works part-time for the Harford County Fire & EMS Foundation since 2010, Marianna still serves as the CISM Coordinator with Harford County where she has supervised Peer Support and CISM activities for several major Mass Casualty Incidents.
Eileen’s three decades of experience spans all levels of care, such as Intensive Outpatient, Inpatient, Recovery Houses and Extended Care facilities. As a Licensed Addiction Counselor and Advanced Certified Relapse Prevention Specialist, Eileen has extensive training in Experimental Therapy and Integrated Eye Movement Therapy. Many of Eileen’s thirty-three years in the field were spent at Father
John’s diverse professional career includes working 18 years in both inpatient and outpatient drug/alcohol treatment settings as a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCAD-C). He recently retired from Father Martin’s Ashley, where he worked for 12 years and was involved in all aspects of the treatment process. He developed a proficiency in understanding and