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Baltimore Annapolis Center for Integrative Healing

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Meet the Team at BA Healing

Edwin Hernandez-Martinez, LMSW (he/him):

Edwin uses a relational psychodynamic approach informed by his fellowship at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy + Psychoanalysis (ICP+P). Edwin enjoys helping with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and loss and eating disorders. He also has a special interest in working with adults who want to do deep exploration of the family of origin patterns affecting their relationships with self and others.


He particularly enjoys helping individuals whose caregivers were detached and unavailable to grieve those unmet needs and build trusting, safe relationships with their partners, children and families. Edwin believes that by embracing all parts of who we are, we can thrive as whole, integrated relational beings and he loves walking alongside adults on their journeys of personal growth and healing.

He loves working with People of Color, especially First Generation cycle-breakers who are learning to parent differently from the way they were raised. Edwin earned his masters degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work. He is currently training in Embodied Recovery for Eating Disorders. He has worked with teens and adults in inpatient eating disorder programs, the Veteran’s Administration and outpatient community clinics and is supervised by practice owner Laura Reagan, LCSW-C.

Edwin is currently accepting new older teen and adult clients for virtual and in person sessions.

Paige Mallin, LMSW (she/her):

Paige is deeply passionate about the connection between health and wellbeing.  With a background in healthcare, Paige enjoys supporting adults who are struggling with:

  • chronic health issues/chronic illness

  • new physical or mental health diagnoses

  • health anxiety

  • caregiver stress

  • parenting a medically fragile child

  • parents who experienced/witnessed a traumatic delivery, birth trauma, NICU experiences

  • cognitive decline, dementia, post-stroke care

  • chronic pain

  • death and dying, end of life, hospice

  • grief and loss

  • loving someone who is ill

  • and other health related concerns

Additionally, Paige has a particular interest in working with CODAs and SODAs. She holds a B.S. in Gerontology with a Minor in Deaf Studies and is fluent in ASL. She has some familiarity with deaf culture but does not identify as part of the deaf community. 

Paige earned her Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work with a concentration in Health. 

She has worked in Baltimore area hospitals and is supervised by practice owner Laura Reagan, LCSW-C. 

Dominique Mann, LCSW-C (she/her):

Dominique Mann, LCSW-C is a clinical social worker who has years of experience working with children, adolescents, families, and single mothers. Also a yoga teacher, she has a Certificate in Advanced Trauma Treatment and utilizes a strength-based approach rooted in mindfulness, trauma treatment, motivational interviewing, and CBT. Dominique believes that you hold everything you need in order to be the best version of yourself, and it's her job to help you bring those things to the surface.

She is passionate about working with those who struggle with anxiety, depression, or low self worth. She loves working with children who demonstrate challenging behaviors, have attention difficulties, and/or have been adopted or involved in foster care. Contact Dominique directly at

Dominique holds a Master of Social Work degree (MSW) from the University of Maryland School of Social Work.

Mary Beth Naish, LCPC, RPT (she/her):

Mary Beth Naish, LCPC, RPT, uses an attachment oriented perspective in her work with clients. Mary Beth works with children aged 4 to 12 and their caregivers. She also enjoys working with adults of all ages with anxiety.


Mary Beth has training and experience in play therapy, sand tray, Theraplay, Sensory Modulation and other creative and expressive methods and uses mindfulness and self-compassion in her approach to therapy. She also has post-graduate training and experience in working with youth around gender identity. She has recently earned her Registered Play Therapist (RPT) credential.

She earned her masters degree in Clinical Community Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. She has worked with children, families and adults in schools and community clinics.

Mary Beth is currently accepting new child and adult clients for virtual and in person sessions.

Laura Reagan, LCSW-C, Practice Owner:

Practice Owner Laura Reagan, LCSW-C has been working with survivors of childhood trauma and sexual violence, for 21 years. She offers clinical consultation on using a neuroscience-informed bottom-up psychotherapy approach to developmental trauma to therapists around the world. Laura is trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, The Daring Way™, expressive arts, IFS, Mindful Self Compassion, Embodied Recovery, LifeForce Yoga and holds an Advanced Certificate in Trauma from the Ferentz Institute. Laura hosts a podcast called Therapy Chat and founded Trauma Therapist Network, a platform for learning about trauma and finding a trauma therapist.

To request an appointment please visit or call (443) 320-4034, or e-mail our intake coordinator at

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