Dr. Jen Leggour obtained her degree from Loyola College in Baltimore, accredited by the American Psychological Association. Her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship were at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Kennedy Krieger Institute. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Jen has treated all age groups, however she specializes in child and family therapy. She is currently the Clinical Director at WYFCS where she manages a team of 7 therapists. She chose her profession because of her belief that everyone deserves a chance to be healthy and happy.
Caryn Horn has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Masters of Arts in Clinical, Counseling Psychology, specifically with a concentration/specialty in Marriage and Family Therapy. For over 10 years, Caryn has provided individual, couples and family based therapy with much of her training in Philadelphia, the “home” of family therapy. She functions in an eclectic manner within her therapy sessions, finding it most important to meet each client where they are. Although Caryn works with most populations, her specialty is in couples and families, promoting healthy relationships and attachments.
Erin Sullivan has been a practicing clinical social worker for over 15 years. Her past job experiences include working at Johns Hopkins Hospital Children’s Center and Coastal Hospice on the Eastern Shore. She has extensive experience working with adults, children and families. Her specialties include grief counseling, anxiety disorders, ADHD, behavioral and mood disorders.
Amanda Chaffee earned her Masters of Social Work from Salisbury University. Before becoming a social worker, Amanda worked in the public education system in a self contained classroom. She previously held the position of the Youth Programs Coordinator at Worcester Youth and Family, and focused on increasing community involvement in sponsored programs. Amanda led youth groups that focused on empowering adolescents who may have experienced difficulties at home or in school. Her background experience has included ADHD, anxiety, depression, and behavioral concerns. While she has a strong background in working with children and teens, she is open to working with children and adults of all ages.
Ivy Oidick is a Licensed Social Worker who works with clients of all ages. She can help with issues of: depression, anxiety, LGBTQ, grief and loss, troubled relationships, parenting, and illness. She studied at University of Maryland, College Park and Catholic University of Washington. Ivy worked in the Anne Arundel County Public Schools and the Baltimore City Public Schools with children who had learning disabilities and emotional struggles. She also worked at The University of Maryland Medical System, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and The Adventist Hospital of Washington, with the critically and chronically ill patients, as well as, kidney transplant patients. Ivy wrote a small book for children of kidney donors so that these children would be less scared of their parent’s donation. She completed a certificate program in family therapy at The Sheppard Pratt Hospital. She worked with the terminally ill at The Washington Home and Hospice.
Kelly Beeseck is a Licensed Master Social Worker having earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Salisbury University. She has experience working in the residential setting, inpatient setting and outpatient clinic setting on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Past job experiences include working at Go Getters, Lower Shore Clinic ACT and Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Her background experience has included Depression, Bipolar, Schizoaffective, anxiety disorders, Schizophrenia.