Therapists

Counseling, therapy, adults, children, adolescents, families, Martinsburg, Berkeley County, Jefferson County, West Virginia, WV

DANIEL SPEIS, MSW, LICSW

Owner & Therapist

 

Education:

  • Doctor of Social Work, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (In progress)

  • Master of Social Work, Salisbury University

  • Bachelor of Social Work, Shepherd University

 

Licenses & certifications:

  • Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

  • Certified Grief Counseling Specialist 

  • Advanced Trauma Treatment Level 1, (Institute for Advanced Psychotherapy Training and Education)

 

Client Focus

  • Ages: Adult, Seniors

  • Special Populations: LGBT+ individuals, Men, Clients with non-traditional spiritual backgrounds

 

Therapy Modalities:

  • Individual therapy 

 

Clinical Specialties:

  • Grief & Loss (typical and complicated types)

  • Trauma/ PTSD

  • Anxiety Spectrum (general, panic, OCD)

  • Depression

 

Types of Therapy

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)

  • Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)

  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)/ Tapping

  • Eclectic approaches


Professional Background: 

Daniel has 15 years of experience as a professional social worker. His previous experience includes serving as the Coordinator of Grief Support & Spiritual Care Services with Hospice of the Panhandle where he also served as a member of the Bereavement Professional Steering Committee Member on the National Council for Hospice & Palliative Professionals. Daniel has extensive professional educational presentation experience having presented both nationally and locally. He is an adjunct social work instructor for Shepherd University Department of Social Work, and has also been an adjunct instructor for Salisbury University. Additionally, Daniel has served on the Board of Directors for Community Alternatives to Violence and currently serves on the Program Advisory Board for the Shepherd University Department of Social Work.

 

Daniel can be reached 304.820.9365 or

innerawakeningcounseling@gmail.com 

JUDY KEATLEY, MSW, LICSW

Therapist

 

Education:

  • Master of Social Work, University of New England

  • Bachelor of Social Work, Shepherd University

 

Licenses & certifications:

  • Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

  • Certified Grief Counseling Specialist

 

Client Focus

  • Ages: Female only; Adolescents, Adults, Seniors

  • Special Populations: Women, clients with spiritual backgrounds

Therapy Modalities:

  • Individual therapy (**Telehealth only**)

Clinical Specialties:

  • Grief & Loss (typical and complicated types)

  • Trauma/ PTSD

  • Divorce

  • Severe anxiety

  • Depression

 

Types of Therapy

  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

  • Solution Focused Therapy (SFT)

  • Eclectic approaches

 

Professional Background: 

 

Judy Keatley, MSW, LICSW is a clinical psychotherapist licensed in the state of West Virginia. She is certified as a Grief Specialist and worked previously with Hospice of the Panhandle as a grief counselor. Judy provided therapy to individuals who were working through anticipatory grief and grief after a death. She also facilitated grief support groups and worked with grieving family systems. Judy
authored articles on grief in the Hospice magazine and aired on local radio to share education with the public on how to work through their grief during the holiday season. Prior to Hospice, Judy was a Foster Care Treatment coordinator working with foster youth in the Panhandle of West Virginia. She provided supportive counseling to foster children, advocated for
children in the court system, assisted with training foster families, and worked with families on reunification with their children.

 

A message from Judy: You don’t have to accept that you’re feeling misunderstood, isolated, stuck, angry, sad, or anxious. Pain is natural, but struggle and suffering are what happens when we don’t act. I am certified in using cognitive based therapies. My goal is to gently approach the hurdle(s) that are keeping you from fulfilling a wholesome and authentic life. I understand that throughout life, changes and events may cause emotional conflict, confusion, and feel
unbearable. I believe strongly that people are very resilient, and I’m passionate about assisting individuals find their inner strength to overcome.

 

Judy is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).

Judy can be reached at 304.620.5512, or  judithkeatleyIACC@gmail.com

RICHARD L. WARREN, MSW, LICSW, M.DIV

Therapist

 

Education

  • Masters in Social Work, University of Maryland School of Social Work

  • Masters in Divinity, Louisville Presbyterian Seminary

 

Licenses and Certification

  • WV Licensed Independent Social Worker

  • MD Licensed Certified Social Worker – Clinical

  • Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator

  • Certified Life/Leadership/Wellness Coach through Coaching Training Institute Real Balance Wellness Coaching

 

Client Focus

  • Ages: Adults, Seniors

  • Special Populations: LGBT+ clients, Men

Therapy Modalities

  • Individual therapy

  • Couple-Relationship therapy

  • Family therapy

 

Clinical Specialties

  • Mood (Depression/Anxiety) and Adjustment Disorders

  • Grief and Loss (typical and atypical grief issues)

  • Shame & Guilt: overcoming and developing resilience

  • Work related issues / Fitness for Duty

 

Types of Therapy

  • Cognitive based therapy

  • Couples/Relationship issues based on Imago™ and Gottman Techniques

  • Mindfulness strategies

  • Eclectic approaches

  • Faith - Spiritual Sensitive therapy

Social Work Clinical Supervision & Education

  • West Virginia Certified Supervisor for LGSW

  • Supervision for social workers mandated additional supervision by the Board due to regulatory/ethical violations. 

  • Provide comprehensive supervision regarding ethics, diagnosing, treatment plan development, best practices to enhance clinical skills and to meet certification hours 

  • Brief Consultation for ethical & and treatment interventions

  • Provide, design continuing education program (s) for an agency

Professional Background: 

Richard L. Warren, LICSW/LCSW-C is a clinical social worker licensed both in Maryland and West Virginia providing psychotherapy. He is a certified
Life/Leadership/Wellness Coach and Consultant and Daring Way™ Facilitator. He utilizes psychotherapy modalities such as reflective and cognitive based therapies to enhanced clients’ emotional, physical and spiritual well-being so that they can lead more whole, authentic and creative lives. He holds when people embrace their well-being they lead more fulfilled, meaningful and prosperous lives. He is a workshop facilitator and can co-create workshops to meet individual, organizations, and spiritual community’s growth needs. These include themes of: overcoming shame/guilt to resilience, identifying and designing life mission/purpose, overcoming mood disorders, men’s growth, Gay/Lesbian issues, couples’ growth. Whether working with an individual, couple’s relationship issues, or with a group, he seeks to create a welcoming, safe, engaging environment – welcoming a full range of emotions of tears to humor.


Richard can be reached at RichardLWarren@mac.com or

443-848-8484.

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KAREN MARTIN, MSW, LGSW

Therapist

Education:

  • Master of Social Work, University of New England

  • Bachelor of Social Work, Shepherd University

 

Licenses & Certifications:

  • Licensed Graduate Social Worker

Client Focus

  • Ages: Adolescents, Adult

  • Special Populations: Teens, Women, clients with spiritual backgrounds

 

Therapy Modalities:

  • Individual therapy

 

Clinical Specialties:

  • Trauma/ PTSD

  • Divorce

  • Severe anxiety

  • Depression

  • Post-Partum Depression

Types of Therapy

  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT)

  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

  • Solution Focused Therapy (SFT)

  • Eclectic approaches

Professional Background:

Karen is a Licensed Graduate Social Worker who worked previously as a program director for the

Parents as Teachers program. She specialized with prenatal women and families. She completed her

clinical internship providing therapy for foster youth in the Panhandle of WV. Karen has been trained in

Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She currently works with teens at a local high school in

Berkeley County. Karen is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).

 

Karen can be reached at 304.886.2035 or karenleighmartin@gmail.com