Mary Sedrak Bissada, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist focused on individual therapy with adults and adolescents as well as couples therapy. Dr. Bissada earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish Language and Literature from the University of Delaware and her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University Maryland. Her specialties include relationship issues, life transitions, and identity.
Dr. Bissada has acquired a diverse range of clinical experiences in both therapy and assessment, including community mental health, hospital, university, and private practice settings. In therapy, Dr. Bissada works with individuals and couples experiencing various issues, including anxiety, depression, adjustment concerns, gender and sexual identity concerns, cultural identity concerns, religious identity concerns, interpersonal challenges, and trauma.
Dr. Bissada’s therapeutic approach is integrative. She values developing a strong therapeutic relationship with clients, and she uses a multicultural lens and a framework that considers the systems in which people exist to contextualize their presenting concerns and to support the unique needs of each client.
Clinical Population: Individual and couples therapy, Adults
Primary Theoretical Orientation(s): Psychodynamic, Integrative