Tonya Johnson is the CEO & President of KNOWLEDGE 1ST Educational Consulting Services, LLC. She is also a Certified Anger Management Specialist I. Her mission is to enhance & develop the academic, vocational, socio-emotional, & economic abilities of individuals & families. As a senior analyst with the Federal Government for 20+ years, Ms. Johnson also has over 17 years of PT time experiences providing education advocacy, curriculum design, consultation, training & professional development services to youths & adult groups. Her experience customizing anger management groups for angry children, teens & adults, promotes improved anger management skills. Ms. Johnson's parenting groups are designed to teach caretakers effective parenting skills. Ms. Johnson is a graduate of Trinity University.
Emma Jean Norfleet-Haley, LICSW, LCSW-C, LCSW, CAMS I: President/CEO of Haley's Mind of Care Services, LLC (HMOCS). She holds a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology, and both a Master & a Bachelor Degree in Clinical Social Work. Professional experiences for the past 27 years have included Child Welfare Neglect and Abuse, Community Mental Health, Gerontology, DCPS Head Start Program, Domestic Violence, Washington Hospital Center's psychiatric unit & working with individuals that were homeless. This varied work history offered repeated experiences facilitating groups to include adolescent and adult anger management, parenting and domestic violence groups. Dr. Norfleet-Haley is a Certified Anger Management Specialist I, and a Licensed Clinical Social worker with over 15 years of supervisory and professional training experiences. Years have been devoted to teaching social workers how to prepare and pass the social work licensure exam.
Danette Wilson Lawrence has worked as a clinical social worker for over 25 years and is licensed in DC, MD, VA, and MA (LICSW & LCSW-C). She is committed to supporting at-risk populations and communities in accessing therapeutic services. Danette works with individuals, families, teens, and groups. She utilizes a person-centered trauma-informed approach that supports a sense of self-worth, creates insight into one’s own system, and confidence in gaining a deeper understanding of the healing process.
Danette has experience working in various settings which include hybrid/virtual settings. Danette’s specialties, complex trauma/PTSD, depression, and anxiety.
Danette utilizes a variety of modalities the support and facilitate growth and healing, which include, Cognitive Behavioral, Strength-Based, models that promote harm reduction, Internal Family Systems Level 1 trained, and Brain Spotting 1 & 2 trained.
"When we can see ourselves as we truly are and accept ourselves, we build the necessary foundation for self-love" bell hooks
The truth of the matter is, you are special. You are one of a kind! You were created to do things that no one else was created to do! – Victoria Osteen
RENEE SAUNDERS JONES, BCLPC, BCLMFT, MAC, and CRS is a therapist and counselor who has worked with children, adolescents, families and couples for over forty years. Renee is a gifted teacher, trainer and presenter who is thankful for the opportunity to help people experience a healthy life. Renee is a graduate of Oakwood University and Eastern Washington University. She is a Board Certified Licensed Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist, and is a Master Addiction Certified Counselor, as well as a Certified Relationship Specialist. She enjoys cooking, music and spending time with family and friends.
Tracy Norfleet Office Consultant at Haley’s Mind of Care Services, LLC received a B.S. in Psychology from the Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. She loves church, traveling and helping those interested do the same, as well as relaxing and watching TV.
Haley's Mind of Care Services, LLC
16701 Melford Blvd Ste 400
Bowie, MD 20715
Monday - Friday
9:00am - 8:00pm
9:00am - 1:00pm
Closed on Sundays
HMOCS accepts BlueCross Blue Shield, CareFirst BlueChoice, AmeriHealth and we're also contracted with Health Services for Children w/ Special Needs.
Debit and credit cards are the accepted methods of payments/copayments. The agency no longer accept checks; we apologize for any inconvience this may cause.