Reignite offers a variety of services including therapy, a 360° weight loss program, career coaching services, and psychological assessments.
Meet The Team
Dr. Laytrayal Simmons
Dr. Simmons is a licensed psychologist and professional counselor with over 18 years of experience in providing therapy to individuals and families. She earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology in 2012 from Howard University. She previously earned her Master’s Degree in 2002 from Georgia State University in Professional Counseling.
My practice focuses on adolescents and adults of all ages. I conceptualize issues from a cognitive-behavioral approach, meaning that I will explore together with you the thoughts and feelings related to your behavior patterns and examine the impact of any biological, psychological, and social factors. We will work together to make manageable changes so that you can feel better and move forward to reach your goals. Therapy often leads to better relationships, solutions to problems, and a reduction in anxiety and stress.
With my background in vocational training and experience interpreting IQ and aptitude tests, I will assess your interests, skills, and personality type. That will help you (1) learn more about your strengths and weaknesses to better articulate them to employers, (2) develop the skills needed for your search, and (3) deal with the stress related to your search or success in the workplace.
Dr. Frances Colon, Clinical Supervisor
Dr. Colon is a bilingual clinician (Spanish/English) providing therapy to individuals, families, couples, and groups for over ten years. In 2013, she earned a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the Inter American University of Puerto Rico. She has a master’s degree in Counseling from the University of Houston obtained in 2006.
Dr. Colon has practiced with adolescents and adults of all ages. She has successfully worked with families and teenagers, resulting in improved behaviors, academic success, and personal/family relationships.
She utilizes solution focused approaches while teaching coping skills to manage depression, anxiety, stress, ADHD, anger management and other behavioral concerns. During sessions, Dr. Colon focuses on establishing rapport, helping individuals identify their strengths, which are in turn used to attain goals and improve quality of life and overall well-being. Dr. Colon is also highly experienced in conducting psychological assessments and evaluations that can be administered in either English or Spanish.
Dr. Doyle Andrew Carson, Clinical Supervisor
Dr. Carson is a counseling psychologist with experience in clinical practice and assessments. He earned his doctorate through the Counseling Psychology Program at the University of Texas at Austin in 1990. He has authored dozens of works, primarily in the areas of assessment, career development, and online learning. He has also helped develop several assessments, including recently published editions of the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales.
His most recent areas of clinical work are in K-12 schools (primarily special education assessment) and in consultative evaluations for Social Security and Rehabilitation Services. Dr. Carso also has experience in career counseling and assessment, general counseling and psychotherapy in college and university settings, inpatient psychiatric services, and inpatient drug and alcohol services. His current practice interests are in therapeutic gaming with teens and adults.
Dr. Domonique Malloy
Dr. Domonique Malloy has over 8 years of experience providing therapy to individuals and families. She has earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She previously earned her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology in 2013 and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 2009 from Bowie State University. Currently, she is a Licensed Psychology Associate (LPA), National Certified Counselor (NCC), and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor.
Dr. Malloy has helped individuals with various disorders, including depression, mood disorders, substance abuse, PTSD, grief and loss, ADHD, anxiety, family or marital discord, and anger management. Her goal is to assist individuals, couples, and families in working through challenges that prevent them from living their best lives. She will assist you in gaining the tools to maintain a successful and productive life through support, education, and a non-judgmental environment, which is essential to a successful transformation.
Natalie Bloodworth, LCSW
Natalie Bloodworth is a licensed clinical social worker and is a doctoral candidate in Fielding Graduate University’s clinical psychology program. Ms. Bloodworth graduated with a Master of Arts in Psychology with an emphasis in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University and a Master of Social Work from the Catholic University of America.
As a licensed clinician, Ms. Bloodworth has treated clients in community-based, outpatient and school-based settings using individual, group, and family milieus. She has extensive experience providing a range of therapeutic services to youth, their families, and adults. Ms. Bloodworth integrates her practice using evidence-based CBT, client-centered, and psychodynamic treatment.
Ms. Bloodworth is passionate about advocating for support and dispelling the mental illness stigma for underserved and marginalized populations. She is a champion for helping clients recognize their value and self-worth. She is especially enthusiastic about empowering individuals to realize their potential and to rise above life’s challenges.
Evan is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from The Chicago School. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Criminology from Western Kentucky University.
Previously, Mr. Jarboe worked with adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, substance use issues, family conflict, trauma, and identity issues. He has worked in college counseling centers, veteran resource centers, and group practices. Evan takes an eclectic approach to therapy where he uses and integrates many therapeutic approaches to include psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, and humanistic therapies through a multicultural lens.
His hope is to get to know you, from your interests, to what motivates you, to how you view yourself, others, and the world from a non-assuming and non-judgmental position. He enjoys helping his clients achieve their specific goals through developing adaptive strategies to help them manage stress and increase your level of insight and self-reflection. He values providing a sense of community and autonomy in his therapy relationships. He hopes that his curiosity in your perspective and lived experience inspires you to engage in the therapeutic process.
Dane is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from The Chicago School. Dane is an active member in his community and an advocate for children. As a member of the Maryland Psychological Association’s Legislative Committee, he advocates for addressing how multi-disciplinary systems can work together on children’s behalf. He also works with elementary and middle school Parent Teacher Association’s providing education and awareness on the Internet.
Dane has worked with clients who struggle with trauma and other stressors and has seen how therapy can help facilitate the healing process. His main goal with clients is to help them transition into their level best. He provides safe spaces free of judgment and understands the value of active listening, so others feel heard. Building rapport, trust, and having a growth mindset takes time to build, but he believes having someone show up for them is a commitment worth great effort. He believes helping clients cope with life’s challenges is a personal and community effort. He wants to help clients through their rough patches and have a restorative impact on their lives.
Charnise Williams is a nationally certified counselor. She graduated with a Master of Arts in Developmental Psychology from Liberty University of Virginia. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from East Carolina University.
Charnise has worked with clients of various ages, genders, and backgrounds in the mental health setting. Through her use of CBT and DBT techniques she has helped clients who have experienced issues such as substance abuse, depression, grief, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress. Charnise will provide a welcoming, non-judgmental and encouraging environment where you can feel seen, be heard, and will be respected.
Lauren Zazzarino is a licensed graduate professional counselor and nationally certified counselor She graduated with a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh.
Lauren has worked with clients of various ages, genders, and backgrounds in the community mental health setting. She has helped clients with issues such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and substance abuse through the utilization of evidence-based techniques such as CBT and DBT. In addition to evidence-based techniques, Lauren believes in using a phenomenological approach, one that acknowledges clients are the experts on their own lives, to create a safe space that fosters growth and empathy for all.
Micki is a Nationally Certified (NCC) and Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC).She graduated from Teachers College, Columbia University with a Masters of Education in Counseling Psychology and a Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling.She has a Bachelor of Arts in Critical Gender Studies from University of California at San Diego.
Micki has experience working with adults of various experiences and identities who struggle with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, substance use, family conflict, and stressors from racial, ethnic, sexuality, ability, or gender identities. She has worked in group practices and private hospital environments. Micki practices primarily from a psychodynamic orientation with a multicultural lens.
“I strive to provide therapy from a non-assuming, non-judgmental position and believe it is important to create an identity-affirming, anti-oppressive environment. I enjoy helping clients achieve their goals through developing strategies to manage stressors, identifying where change may be possible, and facilitating insight. Every single person is infinitely interesting, and I hope that clients learn to become as curious of themselves as I am of them.”
Tonya Graham, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
As your coach, I provide you the support and accountability you need to move forward! I am uniquely equipped and called to serve those who are looking to maximize their lives and to operate in their full potential. Coaching can help you gain clarity about the situation at hand and identify specific actions to take to become un-stuck, and to overcome fear that will allow you to step out into uncharted territory. Most importantly, it can help increase your motivation to move forward even if you don’t have all the answers and believe that your options are few. She understands the challenge middle managers and entry level employees face in today’s market. As a result, she can help you to become unstuck in both your professional and personal life.
Tonya’s professional experience includes over 14 years of business experience across 3 industries with a variety of roles in Corporate America including recruiting, compensation, HR project management, claims management which all led to her passion for coaching. She earned her Masters of Human Resource Management degree from Purdue University, and has received coaching training from the CAPP Institute and The Coaching Space.