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Meet the Staff

Our staff is comprised of distinguished consultants, each trained in multiple disciplines such as mental health and business.

Clinical Director

Jennifer Alfonso, MBA, MSW, LCSW-C
is a nationally recognized expert and speaker on anger and stress management, conflict resolution, and effective communication. Ms. Alfonso is the Founder and Director of ANGER MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES, a program utilized by the State’s Attorney’s Office of Maryland since 1997. Her programs focus on primary, secondary, and tertiary interventions for violence prevention and conflict reduction.

As a trained mediator and a psychotherapist, Ms. Alfonso maintains a small private practice. She currently facilitates weekly anger management programs for adults and two adolescent anger management groups for adjudicated youth. In addition, her work experience includes serving as the Clinical Director for a Therapeutic High School for at risk youth and working with the Military’s Family Advocacy Program. For over a decade she worked as an instructor in Montgomery County Public Schools teaching courses in stress management, anger management, harassment, effective communication and conflict resolution. In addition, Ms. Alfonso has expertise in organizational behavior and is a former part-time faculty member at a local college for courses in organizational management.

Featured Trainers

Amy Scher-Worthington, Ph.D., Trainer
Dr. Scher-Worthington is trained in the field of communication. She is a free-lance writer with over 200 published articles in multiple disciplines. Dr. Scher-Worthington teaches at a Florida college. Her background includes teaching at several different institutions across the country. Dr. Scher-Worthington specializes in communication skills and conflict resolution.

Robyn Rosenbauer, MSW, LCSW-C, CEAP
Details coming soon.

Amy Williamson, MSW, LCSW-C
Details coming soon.

Beth Lightbody, MA, MSW, LCSW-C
Details coming soon.

Karenna Armington,

Karenna, a Master's level Clinical Social Worker, practices from a solution-focused perspective. She completed her undergraduate work at New York University and her Master's at Catholic University of America. Karenna has provided individual and group therapy services at well known institutions such as Oakmont School, The Archdiocese of Washington and the Treatment and Learning Center.

Karenna specializes in children and adolescent group therapy. She has extensive experience working with individuals with pervasive developmental disorders, ADHD, anxiety, and depression. Karenna has lived in France, England, Australia and Africa. She has been living in Washington, DC, since 1991, with her husband, two teenagers, one dog, and several cats.

Onsite Training & Appointments
Call 301.963.2473 or fill out our onlinerequest form.

Did You Know?
There are six factors that help decrease stress and poorly managed anger
the top two are learning to unwind and having realistic expectations.

Have You Tried?
Developing perspective.  Ask yourself: “How bad is this situation, really?” Did someone die or become deathly ill? If the answer is no, tell yourself this is day to day stress and you will get over it.