Advancing the resolution of a broad range of psychological, emotional, social and educational problems through quality mental health services integrated with the fullness of the Catholic faith.

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Alpha Omega Clinic Welcomes New Clinician in Annapolis

This August, Daniel Beigel, LCPC, NCC joined Alpha Omega Clinic at our Annapolis, Maryland office location. Daniel is a Nationally Certified Counselor and Maryland licensed therapist. He received his BA in Social Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and his MS in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University of Maryland. He offers individual, couples and family […]

New Office in Annapolis

As of December 18th, Alpha Omega Clinic’s Crownsville office has moved to a new location in Annapolis. Conveniently located off Rt 50 and Rt 2, this new location will allow Alpha Omega Clinic to better serve the Annapolis and surrounding communities. Kathleen Gallagher, LCSW-C will continue to serve clients at this location, offering her expertise […]

New Clinic Location in Old Town, Alexandria

On August 5th, 2013, Alpha Omega Clinic’s Alexandria office will be moving to a new, expanded location in Old Town, Alexandria! This new office is conveniently located just 4 blocks from the King Street Metro station, and will offer expanded hours with the addition of two new clinicians, Matthew Englefield, LPC and Erica Englefield, LPC. […]

Alpha Omega Clinic Welcomes New Clinician, Marie Aleman, LGPC

This past December, Alpha Omega Clinic welcomed Marie Aleman, a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor, to our Bethesda, Maryland office. Marie is passionate about integrating psychology and Catholic anthropology in order to restore hope and healing to suffering clients. Her specialties include couples counseling, parenting skills training, and child-centered play therapy. She utilizes a combination of […]

Barbara Currano, LCPC presents: How to Pick a Partner

Barbara Currano, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor at Alpha Omega Clinic, recently spoke to a group of over 100 young adults at the University of Maryland’s Catholic Student Center. The title of Barbara’s presentation was “How to P.I.C.K. a Partner” with “PICK” standing for Pre-marital Interpersonal Choices and Knowledge. The presentation is based on an educational program […]