Niku Singh, M.D., Medical Director Involved in medicine since 1995, Dr. Singh is a dedicated psychiatrist with extensive experience in inpatient and outpatient settings and an experienced psychiatry administrator who continues an active clinical practice. A Virginian and Washingtonian by education, Dr. Singh received his undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia in both Biological Chemistry and in Religious Studies. He went on to obtain his Medical Degree at George Washington University School of Medicine and continued at George Washington University to complete his internship and residency.
Following his appointment as Chief Administrative Psychiatric Resident at Fairfax Hospital of Virginia, Dr. Singh not only continued his hospital-based work in both clinical and leadership capacities but began taking initiatives within the community. He founded and established Tysons Psychiatry in late 2008, a selective private practice in Tysons Corner, Virginia. His expertise and leadership skills have been sought out by many organizations. In addition to serving as Medical Director of Tysons Psychiatry, Dr. Singh serves on the Board of Directors and as Medical Director of Hopewell House for Independent Living, as Medical Director of Integrated Clinical Concepts, and maintains a relationship with Sagebrush Holistic Residential Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. More recently, Dr. Singh has brought access to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to the area as he serves as the Medical Director of the Tysons Corner Center for TMS and sits on the Scientific Advisory Board of TMS NeuroHealth.
Combining his understanding of neurobiology and chemistry to philosophical and psychological theories of the mind, Dr. Singh lectures nationally and is a requested speaker at the major medical centers on the topics of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, and psychopharmacology. He also maintains faculty appointments at two schools of medicine: The George Washington University and Virginia Commonwealth University.
Dr. Singh’s services have been requested by recognized VIP’s in politics, journalism, and the media. He is an active member of the American Psychiatric Association and formerly on the Board of Directors of the Washington Psychiatric Society. He gives back to his community via many philanthropic efforts and has given his time for asylum seekers and multi-cultural integration efforts.
Dr. Anthony Henley, LCP Dr. Henley is a clinical psychologist licensed in the state of Maryland and the Commonwealth of Virginia. He provides psychological and psychoeducational assessments, and specializes in diagnosing learning and attention disorders. He also specializes in clinical supervision, and has earned a certificate in Advanced Clinical Supervision in Psychology. He has over 20 years experience as a learning disabilities specialist providing remediation, evaluation, and consultation services, and he has presented locally, nationally, and internationally on the diagnosis and remediation of learning disabilities. He has served as the President of the D.C. Capital Area Branch of the International Dyslexia Association and has served on the Research Publications Subcommittee and the Task Force for Evaluating Organizational Effectiveness of the International Dyslexia Association. He is the co-author of a chapter on study skills and executive functioning in Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language Skills.
Hossein (Miki) Bakhtar, LCP, LMFT Miki is a clinical supervisor for ICC. He holds the following qualifications: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) – Virginia Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) – Virginia Forensic Evaluator – Virginia Fluent in English and Farsi Recipient of Mental Health Excellence Award- Fairfax County
Vasilios (Bill) Gacis, LPC, LMFT Vasilios Gacis is one of our clinical supervisors who obtained his education from the University of Tulsa in Clinical Psychology. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 20 years of experience in a variety of settings to include emergency services, mobile crisis unit and forensics. Complementing his clinical experience was having served for 8 years in the US Army understanding the complex life issues of military personnel.
Maleka Walters, LMFT Maleka is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She also does individual work with children, teens, and adults. I have worked over 10 years in the child welfare system assisting individuals and families with reunification, trauma, and separation. In addition to working with those in the child welfare system, she also has experience treating clients with depression, anxiety, marital conflict, grief/loss, behavioral problems, and social adjustment
Jennifer Spatzer, Psy. D. Dr. Spatzer received her Psy.D in Clinical Psychology from The American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University and has worked in a variety of settings, including private practice, residential facilities, detention centers and community mental health. In completing her predoctoral internship at WellSpan Behavioral Health in York, PA she was trained extensively in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Dr. Spatzer works primarily with children, teens, families, adults and couples. She has clinical experience working with chronic pain, anxiety, depression, trauma and adjustment issues. Additionally, she works collaboratively with parents to manage and correct childhood behavioral problems.
Scott Krysztofiak, Psy. D. Dr. Krysztofiak received his M.A in Counseling Psychology from Towson University, and his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from The American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. He has worked in a variety of settings, including private practice, substance abuse, inpatient, and community mental health. Dr. Krysztofiak completed his predoctoral internship at Loudoun County Mental Health, part of the Mid-Atlantic Internship Consortium. He is currently completing his postdoctoral residency in clinical psychology at Integrated Clinical Concepts. His clinical work has focused on grief, LGBT-related and other issues of diversity, and adult mental health.
Brandon Tolley, M.Ed. Brandon obtained a Masters of Education in Counseling and Human Development from George Mason University and has a strong background in community mental health. He has worked as a Mental Health Counselor with the severely mentally ill population for the Fairfax County & Falls Church Community Services Boards. Additionally, he has held positions at Dominion Hospital, The Alternative House Teen Shelter, and Tucker Pavilion. Brandon treats adults, adolescents, and children and has a strong interest in helping clients address issues with anxiety and depression management. He is currently completing his residency requirement at Integrated Clinical Concepts to become a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Monika Beasley, MA
Monika holds a Master's degree in Rehabilitation Pedagogy from Poland and a Master's degree in Counseling and Development from George Mason University. Her clinical experience includes working with individuals in foster care agencies, correctional facilities, and crisis intervention in Poland as well as a wide range of agencies in the United States. Monika specializes in working with individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness and substance abuse issues with a wide range of developmental and medical disabilities. She is currently pursuing her Professional License in Counseling in Virginia.
Ashley Hallheimer, MA Ashley is currently a doctoral candidate, completing the final requirements for her Psy.D. in clinical psychology at the American School of Professional Psychology in D.C. She received her master’s degree in clinical psychology in 2010 from the American School of Professional Psychology, and a BA in psychology from Christopher Newport University in 2007.
Ashley has worked in variety of training settings over the past four years, which includes a residential treatment facility, emergency services department, private practice, and community mental health agency. Areas of specialty include working with adolescents and adults in addressing issues of anxiety, depression, stress, identity, peer relations, self-esteem, social adjustment, diversity, and LGBT-related issues.
Andreea Sofalvi, MS
Andreea obtained a Masters of Science in Clinical Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. She has a strong background in mental health as well as applied behavioral analysis. Andreea has worked in a variety of settings as an in-home mental health and behavioral counselors , special education teacher, as an ABA therapist and tutor with children with developmental disabilities as well mental health counseling with adults both in community counseling center and in private practice. Andreea works with parents who have difficulties managing their children, issues of self esteem and identity, cultural adjustment and marital conflict. She is currently pursuing her license as a Professional Counselor.
Judith Wald, Psy. D.
We also have availability with supervised doctoral candidates from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University and George Washington University.