Beth Brocato, LCSW
Beth Brocato, LCSW, completed her undergraduate studies in family and child development at Virginia Tech, followed by her master’s in clinical social work at VCU in 2001. Post- graduate experience includes providing therapy for adults with chronic mental illness, providing in-home therapy for at-risk adolescents and foster children in Los Angeles County and managing a day– rehabilitation program for severely emotionally disturbed children.
Ms. Brocato joined Inova Kellar Center in 2007, initially serving as a program anchor in the Partial Hospitalization Program. Since 2008 she has worked in the Outpatient Department providing individual and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults. She co-facilitates a DBT group for adolescents and currently participates in an advanced psychotherapy training program at the Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Clinical interests include affective disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, attachment related issues and personality disorders.
Lynn Field, PhD, LPC
Lynn Field, PhD, LPC, received her doctorate in clinical counseling from George Mason University and is a licensed professional counselor. At Inova Kellar Center, Dr. Field works with adolescents, adults and families. She has considerable experience with anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder, depression, anxiety and relationship issues. Dr. Field has published text book chapters on mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder in adolescents as well as mental illness in adult and adolescent substance abusers.
She spent nine years in private practice and seven years at the Women’s Center in Northern Virginia and continues to take an active role in clinical supervision. Dr. Field is a member of the National Eating Disorder Association and the Association for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders.
J. Thomas Giroux, PhD
J. Thomas Giroux, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and manager of Outpatient Psychological Services at Inova Kellar Center. He received his doctorate in psychology from Michigan State University and completed his internship at the Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents in Rockville, MD. His broad range of clinical experience includes working within public school systems to developing and implementing an attention disorders evaluation program within a large national health maintenance organization. He has also been an adjunct professor of psychology at George Mason University.
Dr. Giroux provides psychological and educational evaluations, individual and family therapy, and parent guidance. His areas of interest include attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders, autism spectrum disorders, learning disorders and cognitive-behavioral and family systems approaches to treatment.
Jean McGuire-Robb, MEd, MSW, LCSW
Ms. McGuire-Robb is an outpatient therapist at Inova Kellar Center. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from Bowling Green State University, a master's in education from George Mason University, and a master's in social work from Virginia Commonwealth University. She also has completed courses necessary for licensure in special education to broaden her expertise.
Ms. McGuire-Robb is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) who works with individuals, couples and families on improving the quality of their lives and relationships. She also provides group sessions to explore clinical, educational and personal enrichment topics. Ms. McGuire-Robb is an experienced high school teacher and administrator, licensed in both mainstream and special education, which provides her with additional skills in working with a wide range of adolescent and family issue during these challenging years.
Tara Tozzi, PsyD
Tara Tozzi, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked at Inova Kellar Center since 2008. Dr. Tozzi received her doctorate in clinical psychology from George Washington University in Washington, DC. She completed her predoctoral internship at New Lifestyles, a long term residential facility for young adults in Winchester, Virginia, and completed her postdoctoral residency at Inova Kellar Center where she worked as the program anchor in the Partial Hospitalization Program.
Dr. Tozzi currently provides psychological testing services to assess attention and learning abilities as well as behavioral, emotional, and intellectual functioning. She also provides individual and family psychotherapy services and leads an adolescent boys’ therapy group. Her areas of interest include ADHD, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, affective disorders, and personality disorders in adolescents and young adults.