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Leo has been in the counseling field for several years. He holds both a Master of Divinity and a Master of Science in Clinical Counseling. He specializes in dual diagnosis treatment and is trained in cognitive behavioral therapy and in the Gorski-Cenaps treatment model. He has also has experience in incorporating spirituality into addiction recovery. With his parents being Deaf, his first language is American Sign Language. Leo served in pastoral ministry prior to entering the counseling field.
Erica is currently working towards finishing her PhD degree in Clinical Psychology from Gallaudet University. Erica has experience in treating clinical disorders such as substance use disorder and other disorders and enjoys running groups and working with clients individually. Being Deaf, she is fluent in American Sign Language.
David Cruzan, LGPC
David is a licensed graduate professional counselor with a master’s degree in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University Maryland. After sixteen years of federal service, David began a second career as a counselor. David is Deaf; bilingual in English and American Sign Language (ASL). He utilizes a narrative therapeutic style that focuses on healing the five life tasks: Spirituality, Self-Direction, Friendships, Love, and Work. Furthermore, David is continually expanding his professional knowledge by working with individuals struggling with chemical and behavioral addictions. He is passionate about empowering individuals to gain a better understanding of self, establish healthier boundaries and expand their spheres of support.
Michael has been in the field of Sign Language Interpreting for the past fifteen years and has worked within the Deaf community for over twenty years. He graduated in 1998 from Catonsville Community College, the state's only interpreter training program, with a degree in Sign Language Interpretation. In 2003, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Deaf Studies from Towson University. Michael has been with DASAM since its beginning in November 2000. Prior to that, he was staff interpreter at Family Service Foundation for two years. Michael often functions as an advocate for clients and staff regarding accessibility issues both on and off the University of Maryland campus.
Rochelle Wright is the Staff Interpreter for Deaf Addiction Services At Maryland (DASAM). Rochelle is a graduate of Towson University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Deaf Studies. She is a CODA (Child Of Deaf Adults). Rochelle has been using sign language all of her life, but has been professionally interpreting since 1991. Rochelle started working for DASAM in January 2001. She interprets for psychiatric appointments, meetings with the Methadone Clinic as needed, client crisis and Group Counseling Sessions that are mixed with Deaf and Hearing Individuals.