Meet Our Team:
Anthony Massey, MD
Dr. Anthony Massey grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. He earned a BA and MBA at Johns Hopkins, and an MD from the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. He completed his internship in the US Navy and residency in psychiatry at Sheppard Pratt Hospital. He is board-certified in both psychiatry and addiction medicine.
Dr. Massey is a retired from the US Navy, having served as a physician in East Asia during Operation Desert Shield and during the Iraq War as an addiction medicine psychiatrist. Also, he was on faculty at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in the departments of psychiatry, internal medicine and family medicine. Dr. Massey has worked with adolescent and adult patients in hospital and in outpatient settings. Particular areas of focus have been mood and anxiety disorders, attention deficit disorders, addiction, and integrated health and wellness.
Patricia Dunn, MS, NCC, LCPC, Chief Clinical Officer
Patricia Dunn is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the state of Maryland and a National Certified Counselor. Patricia received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with minors in Sociology and Business, and a focus on Developmental Research, from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Patricia received her Master of Science degree in Mental Health Counseling Therapy from McDaniel College, where she specialized in Child and Adolescent Psychology, Stress and Anxiety Management, Substance Abuse and Addictions, and Positive Psychology. Patricia has worked in the hospital, in-home and private settings; providing mental and behavioral health care to children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. Patricia has experience working with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as court-ordered treatment programs. Most recently, Patricia provided in-home and in-school therapy to Baltimore City and Baltimore County residents and their families. Patricia provides a collaborative, interactive and person-centered approach to therapy for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Patricia’s focus at Gladstone is working with children, adolescents and young adults, as well as their families, to help them improve their overall quality of life and work toward a brighter future. In addition to traditional methods, such as CBT and DBT; Patricia utilizes creative therapy techniques, such as art, narrative and adventure therapy, whenever possible. Patricia’s goal is to make therapy a positive and life-changing experience for all involved.
Sara Jeurling, MD
Dr. Jeurling earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed her residency training in psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt Health System. She completed a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt Health System and stayed there after graduation as a Clinical Assistant Professor. Most recently, Dr. Jeurling worked at the Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt, treating adult and child and adolescent patients with eating disorders. One of her additional interests is maternal mental health, including the treatment of women suffering from psychiatric disorders during and after pregnancy. Dr. Jeurling is board certified in both General and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Elise Turner, MD
Elise Turner is a board certified psychiatrist who completed her training at the University of Maryland/ Sheppard Pratt Psychiatry Residency Program. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the College of William and Mary and her Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Virginia School of Medicine.
Her particular areas of interests include the treatment of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, trauma disorders, and psychosis.
Lisa Sjodin-Feldman, MD
I was raised in Baltimore and have lived here for most of my life. I completed my undergraduate degree in electrical engineering in 1989 at University of Maryland at College Park and did work for several years as an engineer before deciding to go to medical school at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. After completing my MD degree in 1997, I went to Portland Oregon to do my internship.
I moved back to Baltimore to finish my residency training at the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt program and have practiced psychiatry in Maryland, for the most part, for the past 16 years. I have worked at several area hospitals including Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Sheppard Pratt, and, more recently, Peninsula Regional Medical Center and MedStar Harbor Hospital. I also have treated patients at several clinics in the area and am excited to be a part of Gladstone Psychiatry and Wellness.
In my spare time I like to read about nutrition and keep up with research about healthy lifestyles. I also like to listen to music and be outdoors.
Erin McAndrew, CRNP-PMH
Erin McAndrew grew up outside Philadelphia, PA and went on to earn her BSN and MSN at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. She is a psychiatric nurse practitioner and certified inpatient obstetric nurse who has a particular interest in women’s mental health. Her other professional experiences include working in pediatric intensive care and teaching undergraduate nursing students.
In regards to treatment, she believes that patient autonomy, pattern recognition, self-care and compassion are integral components of a well-rounded approach to mental health and well-being.
Vonetta Davis, CRNP-PMH
Vonetta Davis has worked with patients suffering mental illness and addictions as a nurse and later as a nurse practitioner. Initially she worked on inpatient units at Sheppard Pratt, then she was a medical director for the Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Clinic in Towson, MD. At Kolmac, Ms. Davis developed an expertise in working with patients who are dually diagnosed with addictions and other mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression. At Gladstone, Ms. Davis works with adult patients who have psychiatric illnesses both with and without the additional comorbidity of addictions. Her treatment philosophy is pragmatic—the treatment that works best is the one her patients agree to and have confidence in. This also often involves substantial attention to non-medication things such as improving lifestyle behaviors and relationships. She is also trained and certified to prescribe medications for addictions, including naltrexone and buprenorphine.
Alicia Reed, CRNP-PMH
Alicia Reed grew up in Minnesota and moved to Baltimore, MD to attend the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, where she earned her BS in Nursing. She then attended the University of Maryland School of Nursing for her MS degree specializing in psychiatric mental health. She is a board-certified nurse practitioner in family psychiatry.
Alicia worked at University of Maryland Medical Center in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit as a registered nurse for one year prior to beginning her work in psychiatry. In 2009, she transitioned to Franklin Square Medical Center’s in-patient child and adolescent psychiatric unit. In this role, Alicia specialized in caring for adolescents with ADHD, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders. With the goal of teaching adolescents different coping skills, Alicia led group therapy sessions. Additionally, Alicia has worked at Johns Hopkins Hospital on an inpatient psychiatric unit focused on pain and geriatric patients.
Mandy Smith, LCPC
Mandy Smith is native to Maryland and earned her BA in Philosophy and her MA in Psychology Counseling. She moved to Baltimore to open an outpatient mental health clinic and was the Clinical Manager at Contemporary Therapeutic Services. She went on to work as the Program Director at two inpatient co-occurring treatment facilities; Spectrum Health in Sykesville and Second Genesis in Crownsville, respectively. She has also worked as the Program Manager at Chase Brexton Health Care’s Substance Abuse Program, and currently serves as the Program Director at Columbia Addictions Center. Mandy specializes in addictions, trauma, depression, anxiety and life transitions. She is a certified chemical dependency counselor (CCDC) and also in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Coleen Schrepfer, MD, MSPT, Medical Director
Coleen Schrepfer, a board certified psychiatrist, moved to Baltimore from New Jersey in 2014 with her family. Dr. Schrepfer completed her adult psychiatry training with a sub-specialization in child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt Health System. She earned her doctor of medicine from Drexel College of Medicine, in Philadelphia.
Prior to pursuing medicine, Dr. Schrepfer was a practicing pediatric physical therapist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for 6 years. She achieved her masters of physical therapy degree from the University of Indianapolis after completing her undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder in mathematics.
Courtney Joseph, DO
Courtney Joseph, D.O., grew up in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts and earned her undergraduate degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and her medical degree from Des Moines University in Des Moines, Iowa. She completed her adult residency training at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She completed her fellowship training in child and adolescent psychiatry through the University of Maryland Medical Center and Sheppard Pratt Hospital. She is board certified in adult psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry. Particular areas of interest include mood and anxiety disorders in children, teens, and young adults.
Brittany Ullman, PMHNP-BC
Brittany Ullman, PMHNP-BC, is a Baltimore native, earning her Masters in Nursing as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at University of Maryland. She has a particular interest in child and adolescent psychiatry. Her other professional experience is serving as Integrative Health Care Director while living in sunny Florida.
Brittany truly loves working with children, adolescents and their families to assist in developing healthy patterns in their familial relationships that last well into their adult life. Brittany has worked on child inpatient units at University of Maryland Hospital and Sheppard Pratt Hospital.
Sara Bortner is a native of Maryland and earned her Doctorate of Nursing Practice in Psychiatric Mental Health from the University of Maryland in 2020. Sara is board certified and is trained in across the lifespan, including pediatrics and adults, to treat various mental health disorders.
Sara originally started her career as a Registered Nurse at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and COVID-19 relief efforts. She found a passion in serving families and patients in their physical health and mental wellbeing.
Linh Register, CRNP
Talithea Ransome, Operations Director
Rachel Baldus, RN
Rachel Baldus grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from New York University. She worked for many years at Sheppard Pratt, and chose to return to school to study nursing. She has acquired a great deal of experience in psychiatric nursing working on an inpatient crisis stabilization unit, and has also trained as a chemical dependency detox nurse.
Rachel’s role at Gladstone is to coordinate patients’ medical and psychiatric care, and to communicate with insurance companies, in an effort to ensure that each patient receives comprehensive and seamless care.
Renita Timmons, Office Manager
Main Phone: 443-708-5856
Deaf and hard-of-hearing patients, to schedule an initial appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Morgan at 443-708-5856, extension 104.
Directions to Gladstone Psychiatry, 1501 Sulgrave Avenue, Suite #200, Baltimore, MD 21209 (Mt. Washington Center building in Mt. Washington Village):
From I-83: Take Northern Parkway east to Falls Road. Make left on Falls Rd. and travel approximately ½ mile to the stoplight at Kelly Avenue. Turn left on Kelly and once you are over the Kelly Avenue Bridge, make a sharp right down the little hill onto Kelly Avenue. It dead ends after one block at Sulgrave Avenue and 1501 Sulgrave, Mt. Washington Center.
From Falls Road: Take Falls Road to Kelly Avenue intersection. Left on Kelly Avenue, crossing Kelly Avenue Bridge to sharp right on Kelly Avenue into Mt. Washington Village. Drive one block to dead end at Sulgrave Ave. and the Mt. Washington Center Building, 1501 Sulgrave Ave.
Getting Here and Parking:
- Free on-site parking is available by entering the private parking lot adjacent to Mt. Washington Center. At the parking lot gate, punch in #015 at the keypad to reach our staff, who will buzz you into the lot. There are four marked spots for Gladstone patients in the rear of the lot for our patients. If these spots are filled, you may take any unmarked spot in the lot. The building may be entered through the doors in the back of the building, or the front. An elevator will take you to the second floor and Suite 200.
- Street parking in Mt. Washington Village is metered and 50 cents per hour.
- The clinic is also accessible via the 27, 58 and 60 MTA bus and the Baltimore City Light Rail, Mt. Washington Village Stop.