Our Staff

Walter H.Stamp, LGPC

Together we will work as a team to unlock personal growth and change the way we view the world.

A Licensed Professional Counselor in Washington, DC, my approach is to meet you where you are, operating from the viewpoint that individuals have within themselves vast resources for self-understanding and for altering their self-concepts, basic attitudes, and self-directed behavior; these resources can be tapped if a definable climate of facilitative psychological attitudes can be provided.

With me, you can expect to receive empathy and unconditional positive regard no matter what you may be going through. We are here, together, to facilitate change.

I have particular experience working with the LGBTQ community, anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, couples counseling, and various ethnicities and cultures.

I received my Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Butler University and my Masters in Counseling Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I am currently pursuing a Doctorate in Philosophy in Counseling Psychology from Howard University, School of Education.


Gary has worked in health care setting for the past 25 years in Washington, DC. His experience includes working with individuals, their spouses and partners, families with issues related to illness, death and dying, substance abuse, mental health, and life struggles. He utilizes a wholistic-systems approach and is experienced in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Rose Shelton, LGPC

Everyone has an idea of who they are, who they once were, and who they would like to be. The dream of being one’s ideal self can be achieved or hindered with one of the most powerful things we hold, our thoughts. These thoughts can be from the past, from our experiences or consist of beliefs taught to us by others. Our thoughts impact how we feel and how we behave.

My goal, as a therapist, is to help you find solutions that work for you on an individual basis. I work with you as you wade through the sea of nonbeneficial and irrational thoughts and experiences to find resolve, comfort, and enlightenment. There are no magical thoughts or quick fixes. However, using various techniques and long-standing approaches with proven results, we can work together to figure out what thoughts and behaviors are the ones holding you back from being your best self and living your best life. I use a number of approaches from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Humanistic Therapy, Psychodynamic to Hypnosis to assist client’s in working through current conflicts in life and bringing about their desires for themselves.

Whether you want to talk, are looking for support through difficult times, or looking to make real change in your life, we can work together to achieve dreams, meet goals and rise above the ashes. Using my background as a mental health therapist, a certified addictions counselor, and specializations in spirituality, grief, multiculturalism, and hypnosis, I am sure we can find a way to work together toward your goal of well-being.

Terrill Coles, LGSW

Terrill Coles is Licensed Social Worker with a Master of Social Work Degree from Howard University. Terrill has a genuine passion for supporting children, adolescents and young adults in conjunction with their families. He has over twelve years of experience working with these populations in a variety of settings, including: mental health agencies, juvenile corrections, education, mobile crisis, hospitals, child welfare, and private practice. Terrill uses a Strengths-Based, Client-Centered, and Humanistic approach to aid children, teens, and young adults in overcoming their challenges and fully recognizing their fullest potential. Terrill has specific trainings in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Applied Behavior Analysis (Autism Spectrum Disorder modality).

Terrill believes that the needs, struggles, and strengths must be addressed within the context of the individual in order to produce growth. He is truly invested in helping clients to work on achieving their healing holistically and living a successful life.


Marcus Moorhead is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor with a Master’s in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from the University of Pittsburgh. Marcus came into the counseling field to help break the stigma behind mental health therapy and to provide services to anyone searching for motivation, purpose, and clarity.

He has worked in several different settings such as a psychiatric hospital, inpatient rehabilitation for physical and cognitive injuries, and a drug and alcohol rehab. His wide range of experiences provides him with knowledge of various mental health practices and allows him to work with individuals from various walks of life.

Marcus uses a Client-Centered and Humanistic approach to step into the clients’ shoes to truly understand their life and experiences. He uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) as the foundation of his therapeutic interventions, as he strongly believes in the connection between one’s thoughts and their subsequent emotions and behaviors. With CBT as the foundation, Marcus then integrates other treatment modalities such as Strength-Based Therapy and Reality Therapy to emphasize the importance of taking action in the here and now.

Marcus believes we all have the capability to become the person we strive to be. It takes hard work, patience, and dedication. One day at a time.

Marcel E. Harris, LGSW

As the late Dr. Maya Angelou says, there is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. It’s Mr. Marcel Harris, focus to help you, help you! Cultivating a safe space, where you are free to be your authentic self and to empower the unique individual within you. A graduate of Morgan State University, Mr. Harris received his Masters of Social Work (MSW) degree with a concentration in Urban Youth and Families. Since graduating, Mr. Harris has been providing clinical services to vulnerable populations with a non-judgmental approach assisting clients to self-actualize and manage their symptoms. He has several years of experience working with individuals, adolescents, youth and families, couples and providing psychoeducational groups. Mr. Harris therapeutic intervention is guided by a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach while incorporating other clinical modalities such as Trauma-Informed, Strength-Based, Solution-Focused, Mindfulness, Motivational and Reality therapy. It is his desire to help individuals believe in themselves again, while valuing a strong therapeutic relationship as a crucial aspect towards the therapeutic alliance. Mr. Harris specializes in supporting clients through anxiety, grief, trauma, depression, spirituality, substance abuse, mood disorders and LGBTQ+. Mr. Harris works diligently to meet you where you are in a collaborative process to address your specific need, as your potential is UNLIMITED.


Jensy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Washington, D.C., and the state of Maryland. Jensy received her Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Towson University and her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Houston. Jensy has training and experience in using Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with children, adolescents, and their families. Jensy has experience in providing therapy for anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD, mood disorders, and phase of life problems in early adulthood. Jensy uses Trauma-Informed, Client-Centered, and Strengths-Based approaches to help her clients achieve their personal goals. In other words, she meets you where you are and helps get you to where you want to be.

As a therapist, I create a warm, relaxing, supportive, and judgment-free space for you to authentically express yourself and gain more insight into your core beliefs. It is my goal to assist you on the therapeutic journey to overcoming your stresses, traumas, doubts, and fears. This journey may not be easy, but it will challenge you to make the necessary changes to experience personal growth. By the end, you will have the tools to take charge of your thoughts and emotions, which will improve your ability to navigate through the daily challenges of life. Together we will work to find your peace, so you can confidently live your best life.


There are many paths in life. As children, the paths given were often beyond our control. Mistakes happen, obstacles stand in our way, and we are often left to heal on our own. Healing is an ongoing process that is necessary for each individual’s journey. Terrance is here to help you identify the tools you have within, to heal, grow and thrive with purpose.

Terrance York is a Licensed Graduate Social Worker in the District of Columbia with a Master’s in Social Work from Howard University. Terrance has worked with children and adolescents in under served and marginalized communities. He has served in the capacity of teacher, mentor, and therapist. Terrance has also worked in the field of addictions. Both settings have provided him with a number of perspectives. Through these opportunities, he has found a strong link between childhood experiences, interpersonal thoughts resulting from these events, and addictions. Terrance utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) as a foundational theory to challenge beliefs and automatic thoughts that may not serve your ideal self. Terrance is here to create a safe space for you to feel free from judgment while together, embracing a rich sense of enlightenment on your journey to being the person you would like to be.

Darius R. Bowen

I am Darius R. Bowen, a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC). I received my undergraduate degree from Frostburg State University in both Psychology and Political Science. I then attended Capella University where I completed my Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I work from the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) school of thought, and utilize other modalities when needed. I believe that if we are able to help an individual to identify faulty thinking, then we can begin to change faulty behaviors. I would describe my personality as easy going, and down to earth. I am eager to listen objectively and help you find your way in this wide world. Additionally, I believe that you already have all the answers that you need, and it is my hope to help you both identify the answers and apply the solutions to your everyday life. I look forward to working with you.

Counseling Solutions LLC

2000 P Street, NW,

Suite 200,

Washington, DC 20036

Phone. 443-415-2328

Email. rvccounselingsolutionsllc@gmail.com