Crownsville, MD

Crownsville Residential Mental Health Program

Discovery Mood & Anxiety
2015 Martins Grant Court
Crownsville, MD 21032

PROGRAM FEATURES
Residential
All Genders, Adults 18+

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Situated just 20 miles south of Baltimore and 10 miles northwest of Annapolis, the Crownsville adult residential program is our new northeastern campus, featuring six beautiful residences for evidence-based treatment of mental health disorders. 

With nearly 60 beds, Crownsville is our largest residential program. But when patients arrive, they will enter an environment that is intimate enough to receive an array of treatment—both individual and group therapies—in a real-life setting. Treating no more than 12 patients at a time, treatment is personalized to the needs of each person along with their family and/or support system. The low patient-to-staff ratio allows for more individual attention and engagement at this unique location, which features a pool, nature paths and koi pond. 

At Crownsville, we provide trusted and proven treatment modalities, such as trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy and more. You’ll also get support with a medication management program supervised by a board-certified psychiatrist and a dietitian-designed nutrition program.  

Our clinicians emphasize life skills training through daily activities, building relationships, career development and life transition planning. Once you finish treatment, aftercare is essential to the foundation for long-term recovery. Our alumni program allows you to stay connected, receive support and focus on achieving your recovery goals. 

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Kevin Rose, LCPC

Kevin Rose, LCPC

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

For more than 20 years, Kevin has been providing individual and group therapy services to adults seeking help for mood disorders, anxiety disorders, severe and persistent mental health disorders, trauma, substance use, grief and loss. Kevin has trained many licensed clinicians and led a number of clinical programs. Kevin received his graduate training in clinical psychology at Boston University and graduate training in executive leadership from Georgetown University. His theoretical approach is both cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic. Kevin aims to collaborate with his patients as they learn and utilize skills to manage life’s challenges in order to improve and maintain an overall better quality of life. He utilizes trauma-informed methods to support patient-centered goals, individualize task development, create change, and promote health and healing through empowerment. Encouragement, positive reinforcement and humor are often part of the process. Kevin believes that each step forward is great progress.

Jermel A. Gilliam

Jermel A. Gilliam

PRIMARY THERAPIST

The Rev. Jermel Gilliam has been working in service to others for over 25 years. An ordained minister from the One Spirit Interfaith Seminary, he is a licensed social worker and holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in social work from Morgan State University & Delaware State University, respectively. While in Delaware, he founded the Wisdom Chapter of the Gentlemen of Quality Fraternity, Incorporated. This organization is historically known for its male rite of passage programs, social consciousness building and community service. Gilliam holds a Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Formation from The New Seminary for Interfaith Studies and has completed doctoral coursework in clinical pastoral psychology at the Graduate Theological Foundation. Additionally, Gilliam is a chaplain in training with the College of Pastoral Supervision & Psychotherapy and a Licensed Spiritual Practitioner with the Centers for Spiritual Living. In 2014, Gilliam founded Universal Centers for Love, a multi-denominational ministry in Baltimore, Maryland that is committed to the continuation of interfaith dialogue and spiritual practices.
Gilliam has worked as a mental health therapist throughout the greater Baltimore metropolitan area, with those who have committed domestic violence offences, and with juvenile offenders. He has also presented at national black social worker conferences. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Gilliam is a military veteran, beloved father, husband and son. Gilliam hosts “The Sacred Masculine Show” on Blog Talk Radio.

Daniela Quiros, RDN, LD

Daniela Quiros, RDN, LD

Registered Dietitian

Daniela is a registered dietitian with the Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program in Crownsville, MD. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Delaware and completed her dietetic internship at the University of Oklahoma where she spent time working with adults and adolescents at an eating disorder treatment center. Daniela enjoys educating patients on the connection between nutrition and mental health and ensuring patients’ dietary needs and accommodations are being met. She supports patients throughout their treatment by teaching them about mindfulness and intuitive eating — with an overall goal of helping them achieve food freedom. Daniela leads weekly nutrition education groups and individual sessions with patients to help them develop a healthy relationship between food and body.

Barbara Bell, R.N., B.S.N., D.M., C.M.

Barbara Bell, R.N., B.S.N., D.M., C.M.

Nurse Administrator

Barbara has been a registered nurse for over 15 years and is a Delegating Nurse for the State of Maryland. She received her associate’s degree from the Community College of Baltimore County and her bachelor’s degree from Drexel University. Barbara enjoys providing patients and families the highest quality behavioral health care — working collaboratively towards the best possible outcomes. In her career, she has worked in home health care, emergency, residential and inpatient settings, always ensuring that behavioral health objectives are met. Barbara is passionate about providing effective education to patients and takes a holistic approach to supporting patients in achieving their desired lifelong wellness goals.

Meghan Boyd

Meghan Boyd

Primary Therapist

As a therapist at the Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program in Crownsville, MD, Meghan engages clients through dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), attachment theory, trauma informed care and motivational interviewing. Meghan is a Certified Grief Counseling Specialist and utilizes techniques to help patients cope with grief and loss, including death and other impactful losses such as friendships, relationships and jobs. At Discovery, Meghan plans to expand her experience and passion as a therapist to the residential setting. Meghan grew up in Maryland where she attended both undergrad and graduate school. At the University of Maryland School of Social Work, Meghan focused on a clinical curriculum with the intent of providing clinical therapy services post-graduation. Since then, she has worked as an individual outpatient therapist. Meghan has also worked in residential treatment at a therapeutic group home and has interned in psychiatric hospital long-term care units. Meghan firmly believes in individualized, holistic treatment and encourages clients to improve both their mental and physical wellbeing through mindfulness, movement and intuitive eating — in addition to clinical modalities. Meghan aims to help clients explore relational patterns within themselves and with others in order to change the way they relate to the world and people around them — while building appropriate coping skills. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, reading, playing video games and spending time with her pets.

Lindsey Colasurdo

Lindsey Colasurdo

FACILITY MANAGER

Lindsey is the facility manager at the Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program in Crownsville, MD. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and experience with patients in order to inspire lasting change in their lives. Lindsey earned her Master of Science Degree in Health Science with a concentration in community health and health administration from Towson University in 2019. She specializes in health education, prevention, and behavior change techniques. Lindsey was born and raised in Maryland and loves both crab cakes and football. Lindsey and her husband, Daniel, can usually be found eating their way around a new town or cheering on their favorite sports teams.

Taylor Mohr

Taylor Mohr

PRIMARY THERAPIST

Taylor grew up in New England and Maryland and recently returned to Maryland from Boston to join the Discovery Mood and Anxiety Crownsville Location. She earned her BS in Counseling from Lesley University followed by her Master of Social Work from Simmons University. Taylor’s prior professional experience was in psychiatric emergency services and residential trauma treatment with an emphasis on dialectal behavioral therapy (DBT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Taylor looks forward to applying her training and experience to support Discovery patients as they establish personal goals and learn useful therapeutic skills that they can apply to achieve their goals. Taylor is an avid equestrian who spends her free time riding and competing her horse. She also enjoys yoga and traveling.

CROWNSVILLE RESIDENTIAL MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM

Situated just 20 miles south of Baltimore and 10 miles northwest of Annapolis, the Crownsville adult residential program is our new northeastern campus, featuring six beautiful residences for evidence-based treatment in mental health disorders. 

With nearly 60 beds, Crownsville is our largest residential program. But when patients arrive, they will enter an environment that is intimate enough to receive an array of treatment—both individual and group therapies—in a real-life setting. Treating no more than 12 patients at a time, treatment is personalized to the needs of each person along with their family and/or support system. The low patient-to-staff ratio allows for more individual attention and engagement at this unique location, which features a pool, nature paths and koi pond. 

At Crownsville, we provide trusted and proven treatment modalities, such as trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy and more. You’ll also get support with a medication management program supervised by a board-certified psychiatrist and a dietitian-designed nutrition program. 

Our clinicians emphasize life skills training through daily living activities, building relationships, career development and life transition planning. Once you finish treatment, aftercare is essential to the foundation for long-term recovery. Our alumni program allows you to stay connected, receive support and focus on achieving your recovery goals. 

CONDITIONS WE TREAT

TAKE A TOUR

OUR TEAM

LEARN ABOUT OUR COVID CLEAN COMMITMENT

GET IN TOUCH / CALL 714.828.0808

Discovery Mood & Anxiety
2015 Martins Grant Court
Crownsville, MD 21032

PROGRAM FEATURES
Residential
All Genders, Adults 18+

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