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The CICC Team

Naami Resnick


Naami is a compassionate, supportive therapist dedicated to helping people change and grow in the broader context of the family. She works with individuals, couples and families to help them achieve the inner peace and harmony they seek.

If you are feeling sad, anxious, or overwhelmed and want things to be different, Naami Resnick, LCPC, wants to support you, and let you know you aren’t alone. She utilizes a holistic, strength-based approach that will help you use your innate potential to achieve the lasting changes that you want. 

Therapy with Naami is about more than helping you through the immediate struggles. Naami is a growth-oriented therapist who brings her passion and drive to sessions, and imparts that into her clients and their change process. Naami specializes in empowering women who aren’t feeling positive during their day to day lives, and intuitively sense that things can be different. She views therapy as a collaborative experience, with the client bringing everything they need to heal already within them when they enter the therapy space.

Naami works with you to create a safe environment, regardless of age or background. Do you want your family to be supportive, caring and loving, but your efforts to get there end in frustration? Naami has worked extensively with families helping them navigate difficult situations and to achieve the harmony and tranquility that they seek. This includes navigating addiction, relocation, and religious dynamics.

She appreciates the importance of the family unit, while ensuring each individual receives the care and attention they need. Naami is passionate about helping individuals, couples and families build and grow the relationships that they want and deserve. She is family systems oriented, and maintains a broader lens around how the family unit functions as a whole, yet each piece matters.

Naami is a passionate yogi and has spent many years developing her personal practice. She has received somatic training, and incorporates it into her work. Naami believes being present in your body is key for an embodied healing experience, and utilizes mindfulness, journaling, and sensory tools to facilitate and support the process.

Naami is a licensed clinical professional counselor in the state of Maryland. She received her training at Johns Hopkins School of Education, located in Maryland, and is a nationally certified counselor, certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC). Naami has trained in emotionally focused therapy (EFT), sex therapy, ACT, MI, and EMDR. Additionally, she offers creative journaling workshops, and restorative yoga and pilates experiences. Naami deeply believes in the power of healing in community.

Anna Moochoon


Anna helps people improve relationships and overcome challenges with sexuality including desire issues and sexual dysfunction. Anna is a kind, gentle, and compassionate therapist that helps people address these issues.

Establishing the connection and sexual relationship that you want can be challenging. Issues such as anxiety, depression, shame and self-esteem can interfere with that process.

Anna has expertise at helping people improve relationships and overcome challenges with sexuality including desire issues and sexual dysfunction. Anna is a kind, gentle, and compassionate therapist that helps people address these issues and live a meaningful and authentic life.

Anna values and respects every person that she works with.

Anna is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor and has a masters in clinical mental health counseling from Palo Alto University, California. Prior to that, she studied psychology with an emphasis in cognitive psychology at the University of Oslo in Norway. 

She has experience working with individuals and couples and has training in emotionally focused couples therapy (EFT) and sex therapy. 

Anna compliments these skills with other trainings including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Anna uses her skills to individualize therapy to the particular needs and preferences of each client. In addition to English, Anna speaks Norwegian and Georgian.

Chelsea Yang


Chelsea is passionate about helping individuals and couples move from a sense of distress and loss to one of hope and change. She works with people addressing depression, anxiety, and relationship challenges

Whether you are looking to resolve conflict or are trying to enhance your relationship, Chelsea can help you establish the kind of connection you want and deserve.
Chelsea is passionate about helping individuals and couples move from a sense of distress and loss to one of hope and change. She works with people addressing depression, anxiety, and relationship challenges. She views the therapy process as a major catalyst to heal relationship wounds.

Therapy with Chelsea is a supportive, compassionate experience that meets people where they are and helps them work toward the changes they want. Trust, rapport and dedication are the cornerstones of her process and her commitment to helping people is palpable in every session.

Chelsea moved to the United States to pursue academic opportunities where she excelled as a student and clinical therapist. Her life experience informs her passion of working with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures, in particular with navigating life and cross-culture transitions. She is also an LGBTQ allied therapist.

Chelsea is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and is a licensed graduate professional counselor. She has trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and Sex Therapy. In addition to English, Chelsea speaks fluent Mandarin.

Mark Goldberg


Mark is passionate about helping individuals and couples live their best lives. As a certified emotionally focused couples therapist (EFT) and certified sex therapist, Mark helps people improve their relationships and make the changes they want.

Mark Goldberg, LCMFT, CST, provides individual therapy to adults to help them better understand and express their feelings, to address depression and anxiety, and to improve their relationships.

He has advanced training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) from the Beck Institute which allows him to provide effective, evidence based treatment for his clients.

Mark is a certified Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist (EFT), who helps couples and families create meaningful and lasting connections.

He also specializes in helping families overcome challenges related to divorce, remarriage, and co-parenting. Additionally, Mark is a Certified Sex Therapist (AASECT).

Mark’s friendly nature and strong clinical skills foster a therapeutic setting that allows clients to work towards their goals of sustainable change and growth. His approach takes into account the role of family in challenges and their solutions.

Mark is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist and an approved LGPC supervisor in the State of Maryland. He completed a masters in Marital and Family Therapy at Touro University, and a masters in Sociology at the University of North Texas.

His experience, and skill set, coupled with his compassionate nature, gives him the ability to help you improve your situation.

Morgan Chaney

Intern Therapist

If you are looking for a thoughtful and caring therapist to help you manage stress, anxiety or life transitions Morgan Chaney can help. Morgan brings an energy to the therapy room that is uplifting and motivating. She is continuously developing her skills to better serve her clients and help them achieve their therapeutic goals.

Morgan utilizes several approaches in her therapy practice including CBT, gestalt and existential therapy. She helps people resolve their problems in the here and now while supportively helping clients to understand how their past impacts them today. Therapy with Morgan is non-judgmental and culturally sensitive. 

Morgan Chaney has been with CICC in the role of client coordinator since 2022 and joined the practice in a clinical role as a student intern in January of 2023. She has interacted with many CICC clients and has grown passionate about working with with them as a therapist. Her caring and empathic nature make her a great fit for you. 

Morgan was Raised in Maryland and has lived here her entire life. She graduated from Frostburg State University with a BS in Psychology in 2019. and is currently on track to graduate from McDaniel College with a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2023. Morgan is available to work with CICC clients at a reduced rate. 

Lyra Hornseth


Lyra (she/her/hers) is passionate about helping people recognize and leverage their strengths and natural abilities to live with purpose and meaning in their lives. She works with individuals and couples helping them move from distress and despair to healthy functioning and better connection. Lyra creates a supportive therapeutic relationship and her clients are able to comfortably engage in an authentic therapy process.

Lyra’s approach to therapy is trauma informed, client centered, LGBTQI+ affirming, and strengths based. Lyra utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) interventions as well as existential and mindfulness-based interventions. She has advanced training in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) which forms the base of her relationship work.

Lyra is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor and holds a certificate in professional counseling studies from the University of Baltimore, a masters in forensic psychology from Argosy University, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Salisbury University. Lyra has worked for the past fifteen years in applied behavioral sciences, providing psychotherapy, career coaching, psychological and educational screenings and assessment, and mental health case management services. Lyra has worked with individuals and couples from diverse backgrounds including: military service members and Veterans, law enforcement officers, seniors, young adults, members of the LGBTQI+ community, immigrants, and individuals who were involved in the criminal justice


Center for Intimacy, Connection and Change is an “out-of-network” provider. Payment is due at the time of service and we will provide you with a receipt that can be submitted to your insurance provider.  You should check with your insurance provider about the “out-of-network” benefits provided through your plan and the expected rate of reimbursement.

Likewise, therapy services often qualify for reimbursement from FSA or HSA accounts and receipts can be submitted for that purpose. We accept cash, check, debit and credit cards.

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