At Metta, our skilled clinicians provide compassionate support and practical tools to help individuals navigate challenging times, build healthier relationships, discover deeper understandings of themselves, and find relief from emotional and/or psychological stress. We support conscious healing and growth in the midst of challenges such as depression, grief, anxiety and trauma. We offer holistic psychotherapy, counseling, and coaching services to individuals of all ages (including children
 and teens), families, and relationships of all configurations. Our clinicians strive to create a healing environment that invites all of who you are. We welcome 
people of all sexual orientations, races, cultures, ages, abilities, genders, sizes, and life styles. 

 

Lara C. Wrigley, Psy.D.

Dr. Lara Wrigley is a licensed clinical psychologist. Her broad range of experience has provided her with the opportunity to assist those coping with a wide range of clinical issues. Whether working with children, adolescents or adults, her fundamental goal is to create an emotionally safe environment marked by warmth, acceptance and empathy. Dr. Wrigley utilizes an integrative therapeutic approach that combines elements of psychodynamic, cognitive/behavioral, experiential and attachment based psychotherapies. She is trained in interpersonal neurobiology, a model that combines multiple domains of science providing pragmatic and powerful tools to create well-being in our minds, bodies and relationships.

A long time practitioner of yoga and meditation, Lara also employs the use of mindfulness techniques in her practice. She enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults providing both individual and family therapy.

Areas of specialization include: anxiety, depression, life transitions, parenting, separation and divorce, child custody mediation, and trauma.

Contact:
Web- www.larawrigley.com
Email- lara@larawrigley.com
Phone- (410) 227.6947

 

Carrie Carlevaro, LCSW-C

Carrie Carlevaro is a licensed clinical social worker and certified mediator who brings 20 years of experience to her practice. She specializes in the treatment of chronic depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, heterosexual and same-sex couples counseling, divorce issues, and grief. She brings a holistic approach to her treatment, including both Western principles and Eastern philosophies. At the root of her practice, Carrie believes that suffering is a universal human experience which, when approached with compassion, can provide us with opportunities for growth. Services offered include individual psychotherapy, couples counseling, family therapy, group therapy, and meditation instruction.

 
 
Contact:
Email-  carriecarlevaro@me.com
Phone-  (443) 690.8002
 
 

Mark Napolitano, M.S.

Mark graduated from Loyola University in 2003, and has since been engaged in post-graduate study. In his work, Mark fuses a background in clinical psychology with 28 years in education. His goal in psychotherapy includes assisting clients to gain insight into their beliefs and behaviors, so they may proceed from a position of clarity and strength. An emphasis on individual change and growth is sought through the lens of attachment theory and mindfulness practices. Mark’s area of practice includes the following:

Children and adolescents with school related challenges
Family and Parenting Issues
Child and Adult Depression and Anxiety
Relationships (interpersonal and occupational)

Contact:
Web- www.marknapolitano.com
Email- mark@marknapolitano.com
Phone-  (410) 227.6931

 

Nathalie Savell, CHHC, MS

Nathalie Savell was certified as a Holistic Health coach in 2008 after completing a 6-month program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Since then she has worked with individuals as well as small groups, providing support for people to be empowered in their choices around wellbeing and lifestyle. She recently completed her master’s degree at Loyola University in Pastoral Counseling, during which time she interned in a counseling capacity with various populations one-on-one and with groups. Her master’s program was a non-denominational counseling program that included an emphasis on how spirituality impacts the healing process.
Nathalie believes in the importance of integrating the mind, body and spirit for healing. She is facilitating healing work for people who want to be empowered in their lives to make fulfilling, healthy choices that create balance and joy at every level. She has found fun, dancing, singing, meditation, laughing, and nature to be the most therapeutic tools in her life, and is excited to help others discover their natural ways of creating joy, peace, and balance in their own lives.

Nathalie believes that maintaining balance mentally is just as important as physical health, and she desires to make her services available to all seekers. She offers Holistic Wellness Coaching every Sunday at Metta and utilizes an income based sliding scale fee system.

Contact:
Web-www.upwardspiralwellness.com
Email- nathalie@upwardspiralwellness.com
Phone-  (410) 935.6512