Eve Del Monte, LCPC, Owner and Founder

Eve Del Monte, LCPC, Owner and Founder

Eve Del Monte, LCPC

My name is Eve Del Monte and I am a licensed professional counselor and the owner of Towson Mental Health, LLC.  I have worked exclusively with teenagers, young adults and their families throughout my career. I earned Bachelors of Science in Cognitive Studies and Sociology from Vanderbilt University. I then moved to Washington, DC to study at George Washington University and earned a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. While completing my masters internship at MSA Child and Adolescent, a partial hospitalization program in Columbia, Maryland, I realized my passion for working with teenagers struggling with anxiety and depression.

Since then, I have worked with teenagers, young adults and their families in a variety of treatment settings including residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient providing individual, group, and family therapy.  While I have treated and provided therapy to teenagers and young adults with a wide range of mental health disorders, I specialize in treating anxiety and depression. I employ a variety of therapeutic strategies including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I believe that each person is unique and I work with the individual to find which strategies will work best for that person.

Samantha stuart, lcsw-c

Samantha stuart, lcsw-c

Samantha Stuart, LCSW-C

Sam Stuart is a licensed clinical social worker. Sam earned her Masters of Social Work from University of Maryland Baltimore’s School of Social Work with a concentration in families and children.

Sam has a passion for working with children and teens struggling with anxiety and depression. Most of Sam’s experience and training has been in the school setting helping elementary and middle school age students, providing individual and group therapy. Additionally, Sam developed and implemented a social skills training curriculum for lower, middle and high school students. If you have a child or teen that is struggling with managing their emotions in school, Sam’s experience with creating and implementing Individualized Education Plans and Behavior Intervention Plans will be exceptionally helpful.

Sam also enjoys working with the LGBTQ+ population, children with behavioral issues, children and teens that may be struggling socially in their peer relationships, improving self-esteem, managing stress, and helping those with developmental disabilities. Sam has worked on many interdisciplinary teams and is committed to connecting with the important persons in your life in order to provide the most rounded therapeutic support.

Meryl Stevenson, LCSW-C

Meryl Stevenson, LCSW-C

Meryl Stevenson, LCSW-C

Meryl Stevenson is a licensed clinical social worker. Meryl earned her undergraduate degree in Sociology from Loyola University Maryland and then went on to earn her Masters of Social Work from New York University.

When Meryl began working with children during her Master’s internship she knew she had found her passion and never looked back. Since then, Meryl has worked as a school social worker providing individual and group therapy to children with a variety of developmental, psychiatric, and learning needs. She created and implemented a social skills development course for lower, middle and high school students. In addition to her work with students, Meryl coaches teaching staff on how to implement appropriate behavioral interventions for students who are struggling. If you have a child or teen that is struggling in the school system, Meryl’s knowledge and expertise will be of great value.

Though Meryl loves working with kids of all ages, she particularly enjoys working with elementary school children. She has a passion for helping kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder and when asked about how she sees her role as a therapist, says, “My goal is to help your child better understand social expectations, explore their own thoughts and feelings, and learn how to form deeper more meaningful connections with their peers.”