Meet Our Compassionate, Experienced Therapists
Our therapists will make it easy for you or your loved one to take the first important step to recognize and getting help for an eating disorder, mental health issue, or self-harm behavior. Our diverse staff are renowned for providing therapeutic approaches that work for everybody.
Catie Ehrler, LGPC – PHP Therapist, Washington, D.C. Location
Catie holds a Masters of Arts from Marymount University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has experience working with many diverse populations including domestic and sexual assault survivors and the LGBTIA+ community. Catie practices from a Relational Cultural framework and is passionate about assisting her clients in establishing health relationships with food, family and themselves. When she is not supporting our clients here in PHP, she can often be found exploring street art, tending to her many plants, or partaking in DC’s vibrant music scene.
Fiona Griffin, LGPC – IOP Therapist, D.C. Location
Fiona holds a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Marymount University and has experience working with a diverse array of clients using a humanistic, insight-oriented approach and trauma-informed lens. She enjoys helping clients tap into their unique strengths and inner resources on the path to healing and recovery. Fiona also has a background in yoga and mindfulness and in her free time enjoys playing music and taking long walks with her dog, Dolly.
Hillary Hollander, LMSW – Outpatient Therapist, Baltimore Location
A native Marylander, Hillary graduated from the Bryn Mawr School, earned her BA from Franklin and Marshall, and her Master of Social Work degree from Hunter College In New York City. In New York, she put her training into action, working in an outpatient facility with young adults experiencing a variety of mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Since returning to Maryland in 2012, Hillary was involved in a grant-based program helping women reenter the work force, and more recently providing mental health counseling to people with a wide range of issues including substance abuse and eating disorders. Hillary also serves on the State Council For Child Abuse and Neglect by appointment of the Governor. In her spare time, Hillary enjoys spending time with her children, family, and friends. She is also an avid runner who has completed several marathons.
Callen Jones, LGPC – PHP and Art Therapist, DC Location
Callen holds a Masters of Arts from George Washington University in Art Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. She has experience recognizing and serving the mental health needs of a wide-range of populations including domestic violence and sexual assault survivors and children suffering from chronic illnesses. Callen is trained in trauma-informed art therapy practice dedicating herself to therapeutic intervention that is individualized and welcoming. She is a strong believer in the power of witnessing another human being’s story and connecting through the lens of empathy. Callen is a passionate artist and enjoys exploring nature.
Francis Iacobucci, LMSW – Intake Specialist, Outpatient Telehealth Therapist for Maryland Clients
Prior to joining the ranks of licensed social workers, Francis worked in the United States Department of the Interior and the United States Department of Energy as a political appointee in the Office of the Secretary. Upon departing Washington, D.C. in 2016, Francis — a Philadelphia native — enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy and Practice where he received a Masters in Social Work focusing on working with individuals diagnosed with a range of mental illnesses, including substance use disorders, eating disorders, mood disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder. He continues his clinical work as a psychotherapist focusing on treating and advocating for individuals struggling with disordered eating and body image, eating and feeding disorders, and associated mental health challenges. Francis enjoys traveling, being with his family, and all things Philadelphia sports-related.
Christopher Metz – LCPC, Clinical Program Manager & Men’s Unit Primary Therapist – Residential
Christopher Metz is a licensed therapist that received his Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Johns Hopkins University and his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park. Prior to joining the team at The Body Image Therapy Center, Christopher provided individual, group, and family therapies at the inpatient, partial-hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient levels of care at other eating disorder programs in Maryland. When not at The Body Image Therapy Center, Christopher is likely performing, writing, and recording music with his band, spending time in nature, or rock climbing.
Megan Rubino, LGSW – Adolescent IOP Therapist, Columbia, Maryland location
Megan graduated from Salisbury University with a BSW, and then from the University of Southern California with MSW. She has worked with adolescents and adults in a variety of settings including addictions, detention, and healthcare as a case manager and social worker. She developed a passion for overall holistic wellness, a core part of her approach with all clients. When not working, she enjoys spending quality time with family, friends, her boxer named Roxy, as well as cycling, drinking lavender lattes, and traveling as much as possible.
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