Capital Region outpatient team
Rebecca Marvin, MAC, LGPC is an Outpatient Therapist at Recovery Centers of America and has 5 + years of clinical experience working in trauma related to childhood abuse and domestic violence throughout the lifespan, developmental challenges, and at-risk youth.
She graduated from Kutztown University with her bachelor’s in Clinical Counseling Psychology and minor in Criminal Justice. She obtained her master’s degree at Arcadia University in Counseling with concentrations in Child and Family Therapy and Applied Behavior Analysis. Rebecca started as a counseling intern at Philadelphia Children’s Alliance, Child Advocacy Center, where she worked with children, adolescents, and their families to process and work through sexual trauma. She then worked in DC providing multisystemic therapy for at-risk youth and their families. She worked extensively providing therapy to individuals who experienced domestic violence and sexual trauma at a non-profit agency in Charles County. She also provided crisis intervention to domestic violence and sexual assault victims in the ER and facilitated Abuser Intervention Program groups.
Rebecca has worked with co-occurring diagnoses of mental health and substance abuse throughout the various populations she has worked with and is motivated to provide a holistic approach to treatment utilizing the skills and experiences she has developed as a therapist.
Terence Drew Collins was born in Hammond, Louisiana and left at the young age of 17 to join the military. Terence has been married to Linda for thirty –seven years, father of three adult children and one granddaughter, resides in the DMV for over 40 years. Terence is a decorated veteran of the US Marine Corp, US Air Force, and Homeland Federal Law Enforcement.
Terence Collins earned a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management from Columbia Union College, in Tacoma Park Maryland and received a Master of Arts in Christian Counseling/Leadership Development from Capital Bible Seminary in Lanham, Maryland. Reverend Terence Collins has had extensive experience working as a community developer and has a vast amount of expertise in non-profit management. Mr. Collins currently serves at Westphalia Methodist Church. Executive Director at Community Ministry of Prince George’s (2001-2004); Prince George’s Health Department Maternal Health and Fatherhood Development (Adam’s House), 2001-2014; United Communities Against Poverty, Catholic Charites of America, Quality Assurance Health Care; Medstar Hospital, Behavior Health and Psychiatric services; Innovation Therapeutic services; District of Columbia Courts Youth Division, University Maryland School of Medicine Policy and Planning, Metro Mental Health, Utopia Behavioral health. Terence has gained an exceptional amount of experience, knowledge in professional work related to community development, health wellness, business and organizational development, community advocacy and social service work among a wide range of populations that include adolescents, adults, community action, rehabilitation coordination, chemical dependency, working poor, housing development, incarcerated, ex-offenders, and fathers. Strategic Management disciplines include: Military, Federal and Local, Nonprofit/For-Profit Strategic Management. Business models orientation for Community Health and Executive Management and Industrial Specializations. Life theme: “Be A drum major for Justice”
Micah 6:8: And what does God require of you. But to do justice, to love kindness. And walk humbly with your God?
Jacqueline Manu, NCC, LGPC is a dynamic, dedicated mental and behavioral health care provider with over 3 years of progressive experience. Highly trained in active listening techniques and theories, Jacqueline is adept at communicating effectively with clients and colleagues to establish positive, trust-based professional relationships.
Jacqueline began her career as a Community Integration Specialist, where she ensured quality across community integration outcomes. From there, she acted as Resource Coordinator, where she excelled in resolving conflicts within the team and led transitioning and transfer with timeliness to ensure support and service continuity. She then dove into her role as Mental Health Intern, spending her time coordinating and liaising with 27 individuals, groups, and communities to ensure optimal mental health through various therapeutic techniques, including CBT, Play Therapy, The Empty Chair, and encouraging clients to discuss their emotions and experiences. She also spent a majority of her time creating processes and treatment plans to focus on common patient issues, such as substance abuse, aging, bullying, anger management, careers, depression, relationships, self-image, stress, and suicide.
Before landing at RCA, Jacqueline acted as a Case Manager, where she helped develop case plans, assess progress, and follow up on tasks and services. She also helped lead 50 workshops that catered directly to patients.
At RCA, Jacqueline will be working hands-on with our patients and plans to use her core skills to help our patients reach and maintain recovery.
Director of Outpatient Services
Amy Brinkley, MSS, LCSW brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and skill to her position as Director of Outpatient. Over her 25-year career, she has worked with children, adolescents, adults and families with mental health and Co-occurring Disorders in Outpatient and Residential settings. She has held clinical, supervisory, operations, and business development positions. Most recently, Amy was the Clinical Trainer here at Capital Region.
Amy has specialized in providing quality treatment for people with trauma, ADHD, anxiety, and mood disorders. In her current role, she is committed to providing high-quality, trauma-informed treatment and services.
Amy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Kent State University and a Master’s of Social Services from Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. She has advanced training in Trauma, Clinical Supervision, Conflict Resolution, and family counseling. She has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania since 2003. Amy joined RCA in June 2017