Outpatient Services

Bernadette Bernadette Harlow, NP

    • Nurse Practitioner
    • Bernadette Harlow is board-certified as both Family and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Ms. Harlow graduated from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, in 1989. She then served in the United States Air Force Nurse Corp for thirteen years, rising to the rank of Major. She obtained her Master of Science in Nursing from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, in Bethesda, Maryland, in 1998. Post military service she obtained post masters certificates in Global and Community Health, and in Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, at George Mason University, in Fairfax Virginia. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Ms. Harlow’s background in health care is diverse. She has been employed in a full range of family medicine, with experience across all age groups in a variety of settings. She is committed to the physical, mental and social well being of the children and adolescents at North Spring Behavioral Health.

 

Katya MorganKatya Morgan, M.A., CSAC

    • Therapist
    • Katya Morgan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Psychology from George Mason University. She has experience through a variety of settings including community mental health and substance abuse treatment, in-home, residential treatment, and with individuals involved in the criminal justice system. In addition, she is a certified substance abuse counselor.
      Her professional interests include use of cognitive behavioral therapy with adolescents and adults to reduce substance use and criminal behaviors by improving their moral reasoning, cognitive style, impulse-control and self-efficacy.

 

Owen Allie, M.S., M.A.

      • TherapistIMG_3234
      • Owen Julien Allie completed his Bachelor’s in Science inCastleton Vermont, majoring in Marketing. He has completed a Mastersin Science, Psychology from Phoenix University and a Masters in Arts, Clinical Mental Counseling from Argosy University. He is currently completing his residency to be a Licensed Professional Counselor. Owen’s professional experience is across several settings, working in intensive in-home settings with children and families, residential treatment for substance use, intensive outpatient for substance use and partial hospitalization treatment for substance use and mental health disorders. Owen has worked with multiple age groups and diagnostic criteria, his preferred treatment niche is applying motivational and strengths based approaches to clients in early recovery.

Kara Mueller, RN

    • Kara Mueller, RNAdmissions Coordinator
    • Kara received her nursing degree from Frederick Community College and a BS from North Carolina State University. Prior to coming to North Spring, Kara worked from Loudoun County Public Schools, VA and Frederick County Public Schools, MD, with school aged children with a variety of mental health and behavioral issues. She is passionate about education, community outreach, substance abuse treatment and teaching people to use artistic expression as a therapeutic tool.

 

 

Gibson Mazurkiewicz

    • Gibson Mazurkiewicz Therapist
    • As a combat veteran Gibson served as a National Guard soldier for 17 years. He served in Bosnia as part of Operation Joint Guard and earned a Combat Infantryman Badge in Afghanistan in 2005. Committed to helping out others, Gibson went back to school and graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University Global in Applied Social Sciences, and he recently earned his Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. Gibson sees his role as a therapist as a way to help others and enjoy providing clinical care for individuals struggling with both substance related and mental health issues. Working as an intern with NOVANT/UVA’s Prince William Hospital Intensive Outpatient Program for substance abuse, Gibson gained experience working with clients in individual and group therapy settings. He has also worked with both families and couples in a therapeutic environment. In addition to working in a residential treatment facility for adolescents with mental health and behavior issues, Gibson is also involved in Veterans counseling. Gibson has experience serving individuals struggling with depression, self-esteem, interpersonal relationship deficits, aggression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. He finds that his theoretical approach adopts some of the proven concepts of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy while staying grounded in humanistic roots.