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.
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.
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.
Rebecca Blake, LCSW-C, DBT Co-Director
Rebecca Blake, LCSW-C grew up in the Baltimore area and holds undergraduate degrees in Sociology and Women’s Studies. After working in the fields of domestic violence and child welfare, Rebecca pursued her Master’s degree in Social Work at Salisbury University. She continued her career working with adults in an outpatient setting, as well as adolescents and their families in outpatient, inpatient, and residential settings. Rebecca gained training and experience in Dialectical Behavior Therapy in a comprehensive DBT program in an adolescent residential treatment center at Sheppard Pratt Health System. As a therapist, Rebecca values being genuine and authentic and encouraging her clients to make positive changes in their lives in order to become their best possible selves.
Christina White, LCPC, DBT Co-Director
Christina White, LCPC grew up in Vermont. She received her undergraduate degree in Political Science at Manhattan College. During college and after graduation she volunteered as a teacher in Sri Lanka and Montana. Working as teacher inspired her to pursue a degree in School Counseling at Loyola University. While pursuing her degree, Christina worked in fields of domestic violence and criminal justice. She began her counseling career in the school system before working at an adolescent residential treatment center with adolescents and their families. There she received training and experience in providing comprehensive Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Christina is also certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). She specializes in working with children, adolescents, and families. As a therapist, Christina values taking a trauma centered approach and helping her clients find a relief from emotional suffering.
Catherine Griffiths, LCSW-C
I am an experienced psychotherapist with 25+ years of experience treating adults and families challenged with the symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma and/or grief. I’ve worked in inpatient, residential and outpatient settings helping both adults and children achieve an improved state of wellness.
Using the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) model, we can work together to identify problem areas and collaborate on finding solutions based on your individual goals in a safe and confidential setting.
Laura Williams, LCSW-C
Laura Williams received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Wellesley College and her master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University. Laura has experience working with diverse populations after having spent much of her career in New York City counseling adolescents, adults and families in outpatient, home and community based settings. Laura gained experience as a DBT practitioner while working in a residential treatment center serving adolescents and their families. Laura is empathic and down to earth and looks forward to collaborating with her clients using DBT to promote their emotional well being and achieve their goals.
Kelly Garafola, LCSW-C
Kelly Garafola, LCSW-C, received her Bachelors’ degree in Social Work at Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pennsylvania. Upon graduation, she continued her studies, obtaining a Masters’ degree in Social Work at the University of Maryland Baltimore, with a concentration in clinical work focusing on Children and Families. Kelly has experience working as a school social worker, as well as an outpatient and in home therapist in urban, suburban, and rural communities. In 2015, Kelly began learning Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) under a Linehan Board Certified Therapist while working at Sheppard Pratt Health Center. In addition to providing stage one DBT therapy focusing on decreasing life- threatening behaviors, Kelly also became trained in DBT-PE, which focuses on trauma treatment. Kelly’s primary goal as a clinician is to help individuals create a life worth living. She sees the relationship between a therapist and a client as a relationship of two equals, working symbiotically to reach mutually approved upon goals.
Linh Register, CRNP-PMH
Linh Register is a board-certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner who has many years of experience working with populations with psychiatric disorders. She has experience caring for people with psychiatric illnesses at a maximum-security psychiatric hospital, community hospitals, and private practice offices. Linh’s scope of practice includes providing mental health care for children & adolescents, adults, and older adults.
Linh believes that a connection with another person can help an individual cope with the difficulties of life and brings about healing. Therefore, building a therapeutic relationship is an important aspect in her treatment plans. Treatment options are not one size fits all; each individual is unique. As such, Linh’s goal is to work collaboratively with her client to come up with the most appropriate treatment plan and achieve the best long term outcome.
Christine Hsu, MS, LCPC
Christine Hsu, MS, LCPC, is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. Christine was born and raised in Maryland and received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Human Development at the University of Maryland, College Park and later went on to complete her master of science degree in Counseling Psychology at McDaniel College.
Christine has worked in several different settings within the mental health field, including inpatient, residential treatment and community mental health. She has experience in providing trauma informed care and dialectical behavioral therapy to youth and their families struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, severe behavioral issues, self-harm, anger management, self-esteem/self-image, interpersonal relationships and other emotional and behavioral needs. Christine has worked with children and adolescents, ages 5-18, as well as adults.
Christine has a strong background in dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) and is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). She enjoys incorporating creative expression within her work to help find the individual’s strengths, while teaching and implementing emotion regulation and mindfulness. She follows a person centered approach that allows the individual to take a lead role in identifying their values and priorities while supporting and encouraging them to make positive changes and choices within their own treatment.
Stefanny C. Sarich, LMSW
Stefanny C. Sarich, LMSW, is a Licensed Masters’s Social Worker. Stefanny has an undergraduate in Social Work with a minor in Sociology, and she has obtained a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Clinical Behavioral Health from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. A native of Bolivia, Stefanny has had the privilege to serve marginalized youth and families as a crisis response counselor, psychotherapist, family therapist, community advocate, domestic violence, and sexual assault counselor in Montgomery County and Prince George’s County.
In her roles, she specialized in working with young people with behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, anger management, self-esteem issues, and family dynamics. Stefanny is profoundly intuitive and compassionate in helping youth find their voice and providing the tools they need to determine and define their future. Stefanny is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and utilizes Attachment-Focused Interventions, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Crisis Intervention Approach, and Solution Focus Intervention.
Talithea Ransome, Associate Vice President of Operations
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.
Hope Ramsey, Manager
Main Phone: 443-708-5856
Deaf and hard-of-hearing patients, to schedule an initial appointment, please email email@example.com or contact Morgan at 443-708-5856, extension 104.
Late Entrance Instructions:
The building locks at 6 PM. If you have an appointment at 6 PM or later, please follow these instructions to enter the building.
Facing the front of Executive Plaza 3 from the parking lot:
- Walk through the automatic sliding doors on the left.
- You will see a touchscreen keypad on your left. Search “Gladstone” in the directory.
- Once you have selected Gladstone, your entry request will be sent to the front desk by phone.
- When your request is received, the door will open.
You may also enter through the security station located at the side entrance of Executive Plaza 3 (the side nearest Texas Roadhouse).
If you have difficulty accessing the building, please contact us at 443-689-7742.
Getting Here and Parking:
- There is free parking in the lot, and 2-hour parking in front of the building.
- If catching the light rail, get off at the McCormick Road station (you can see the building from the stop) and walk approximately 5-6 minutes to 11350 McCormick Road.
Directions to Gladstone Psychiatry, 11350 McCormick Rd., Building III, Suite 600, Hunt Valley, MD 21031: