Elisabetta Cantatore, MA
John Seigel, MSW
Elisabetta has had multiple years of experience working with vulnerable populations in a clinical and correctional capacity. Her background includes working with juveniles on probation, youth with trauma and behavioral issues, and incarcerated adults within Loudoun and Fairfax county. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in psychology at George Mason University, and her master’s degree in forensic psychology from Marymount University, supplementing her studies with a concentration in developmental psychology to form a more complete understanding of trauma and mental illness across the lifetime.
John has worked in different settings with a variety of populations including at risk youth, children in hospital settings, the homeless population, and macro level administration tasks with the NASW. After receiving his BSW from West Virginia University, he continued his education and earned a master's degree in social work. John understands the impact of trauma and specializes in helping children and teenagers navigate the challenges of their everyday lives so they can learn skills that will benefit their future.
Matt received a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and Development in 2009 from Slippery Rock University and received a Master’s in Art Therapy at Seton Hill University in 2016. Matt assists in the client’s journey through their trauma using creative expression.