John Pelletier is a graduate of University of Maryland, College Park with a BA in English. He has a long history of management and administration in companies both large and small in various industries including big box retail, local grocery and veterinary medicine. A former veterinary assistant, John continues to spend time volunteering with animals and enjoys gardening, meditating and reading.
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Kelly Alpert is currently in her final year of graduate school at the University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Social Work with a focus on clinical behavioral health. She has experience working with adolescents with learning differences and emotional disorders both as a social work intern at the Lab School of Washington High School and private tutor. After being introduced to DBT a few years ago, Kelly became an avid proponent of DBT. She is thrilled to continue her training at Potomac Pathways. Outside of work, Kelly enjoys hiking with her dogs, traveling, and reading.
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Benjamin ZeoliBenjamin Zeoli has many years of facilities management in primarily holistic settings. He has also worked very closely, as a technician, alongside doctors in the fields of human holistic health care and holistic veterinary care. Seeing to a clean, safe, healthy and properly functioning work environment will be Benjamin's focal points at Potomac Pathways. For the past 33 years, Benjamin has been a practicing Buddhist. He enjoys gardening, decorating, music, cooking, spending time with family and friends and has a tremendous love of animals.
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Brianna Wilson is currently in her final year of graduate school at Johns Hopkins University with a focus in clinical mental health counseling. She has experience working with adolescents with emotional disorders, PTSD, and Borderline Personality Disorder as a clinical intern at RICA. She was introduced to DBT last year and was amazed by the progress that could be made by incorporating mindfulness into the therapeutic process. She is thrilled to continue her training at Potomac Pathways and eager to continue working within the DBT framework. Outside of work, Brianna enjoys weekends camping and watching her Steelers beat the Ravens (and Redskins).
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Bradley Brown is a recent graduate of George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and a focus in Clinical Psychology. While attending George Mason University, Bradley conducted research in a variety of topics including psychological flexibility, personality strengths, suicidality, emotion regulation, and substance use while presenting multiple independent research projects at psychological conferences across the United States. In his down time, Bradley enjoys reading, fishing, and spending time with his family, friends and beloved dog.
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