Bruce Turnquist, Psy.D.
Bruce Turnquist is a clinical psychologist who has been in practice since 1994. Prior to private practice, Dr. Turnquist served as an Army psychologist and chief of psychology at Kimbrough Army Hospital at Fort Meade, MD. He received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology, at Biola University in southern California. He then interned at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Dr. Turnquist's training is diverse, but has an emphasis in the integration of psychology and theology.
Dr. Turnquist has a general practice, yet specializes in:
• Child and adolescent therapy
• Parent training
• ADD/ADHD evaluations
• Educational testing for learning disorders
• Cognitive-behavior therapy for depression and anxiety
• Public speaking on varied topics related to the family and mental health
David Ochinero, LCMFT
David Ochinero is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been counseling children, adolescents, adult individuals, and couples in the Annapolis area since 1992. David holds a B.S. in Family and Community Development from the University of Maryland and an M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary in Southern California. Counseling from a Family Systems perspective, David helps people move beyond their symptoms to understand the underlying root issues. He then equips them with practical "tools" to develop healthier patterns of thinking and behaving.
David specializes in:
• Marital and premarital counseling
• Individual counseling for adults, children, and adolescents
• Parent/child relationship issues
• Depression and anxiety disorders
• Divorce recovery for adults and children
• Blended family issues
• Public speaking on mental health topics
• Cognitive behavioral and family systems
• Grief recovery
• Information about the Marriage Toolkit Seminar
Nancy McCamish, M.A.
Nancy McCamish is a licensed therapist who has been in practice since 1995. Nancy was trained in art and psychology at Towson State University. She earned her Masters degree in Art Therapy from The George Washington University. She has been counseling children, teens, adults and families in a variety of outpatient and inpatient settings. As an expressive therapist, she has a diverse set of therapy approaches to assist in the healing process of those she serves. Nancy is driven to help others through broken and frightening times, as well a helping others find their true potential and passion in life.
She specializes in:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Transgender and identity issues
Co-parenting support for divorce
Grief and Loss
Diane Channas, MSW, LCSW-C
Diane Channas has been in practice helping clients for over 25 years. She has experience in treating men, women, adolescents and children for a variety of individual, marriage and family issues including PTSD, dissociation, depression, anxiety, grief, communication and adjustment disorders. She uses a variety of therapeutic approaches including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Systems Approach Therapy, and Psychodynamic Therapy. Diane enjoys helping others realize their potential as they move through challenging life circumstances.
Diane specializes in: