Clinicians

IPS Clinicians

Kate Shaw, Psy.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Director, Insight Psychological Services
IPS is owned and operated by Dr. Kate Shaw. Dr. Shaw was born and raised in Stafford County and attended Stafford High School. She completed her B.A. in psychology from the University of Virginia, her M.S. in Experimental Psychology from Old Dominion University, her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology, and her internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Houston. She has been practicing in Stafford since 2010. Dr. Shaw provides diagnostic assessment for children and adults ages 4+.

Mohammad Baig, MEd, MA, LPC, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Mr. Baig is a Board-Certified bilingual licensed professional counselor in the Commonwealth of Virginia and began his mental health career in 2009. He provides individual, couple's, and family therapy to clients of all ages. He has experience in working with clients of a variety of ages, backgrounds, and presenting concerns. Mr. Baig takes a gentle but direct approach with clients and works well with both children and adults. He holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology from American School of Professional Psychology, a masters degree in community counseling (Chi Sigma Iota) and a bachelor’s degree in psychology (Psi Chi) from George Mason University. He enjoys traveling, cooking, boxing, and spending time with friends and family.

Kristen Braun, M.A., LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Ms. Braun provides individual therapy for teens and adults with a variety of presenting concerns.

Ally Carry, M.A.
Doctoral Practicum Student
Ms. Carry provides therapy and assessment services to clients ages 9+ under the supervision of Dr. Shaw. She is also an officer and reservist with the USMC and is interested in trauma and military-related stressors.

Debbi Carver, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Ms. Carver has a keen interest in working with couples. She also treats adolescents and families with a variety of concerns, and provides faith-based counseling.

Stephen Combs, LPC, NCC, CCTP
Licensed Professional Counselor
Stephen C. Combs, LPC, NCC, CCTP is a Board Certified and Licensed Professional
Counselor. Mr. Combs is a Marine Corps veteran of the Persian Gulf War, and a
veteran’s advocate in Washington, D.C.
Stephen joined the Marines in January 1986 where he served honorably for eight years,
the first four as an Infantryman, the second four working in the logistics office of an
Infantry Battalion. He served with the 6th Marine Regiment in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait
during the first Gulf War, and was honorably discharged in 1994.
Stephen has more than two decades of professional experience advocating for the men
and women who served, since 2017 has been the non-affiliated member (i.e., community
member not employed by the facility) on the Washington DC VA Medical Center’s
Institutional Review Board, and effective from September 24, 2019 through October 30,
2023, has been appointed by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to sit on the VA Geriatric
and Gerontology Advisory Committee.
Stephen joined the staff at Insight Psychological Services in January 2017 where he sees
a variety of clients including couples, but due to his other activities in the veteran
community is only available on Fridays for counseling appointments. He is in the
acceptance process of various insurance companies and accepts self-pay clients at the
usual IPS rates, but does offer a sliding scale when necessary. Many of his clients are, or
have been, veterans who specifically sought out Stephen because of his experiences
similar to their own, and they felt more comfortable in discussing their military trauma(s)
and service-related stressors with someone that can relate to military life. He does not
have the training and certifications necessary to see clients whose primary issue involves
substance abuse/addiction.

Donna DePalma, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Ms. DePalma has 25 years of experience as a licensed social worker and mental health therapist. She provides services for adults over 21 years of age through the geriatric population with diagnoses to include: anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, personality disorders, ADHD, bipolar disorder, grief and loss. She has over 20 years of specializing in traumatic brain injury due to motor vehicle accidents falls/ accidents and acquired brain injury, and related PTSD.

Rachel Donnelley-Morrison, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Ms. Donnelley-Morrison provides individual and couple's therapy for adolescent and adult clients.

Latoya Gassaway-White, Psy.D.
Postdoctoral Resident
Dr. Gassaway-White provides therapy for individuals of all ages and couples. She also conducts diagnostic assessments with clients ages 4+.

Rhonda Hill, M.A., LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Ms. Hill earned her Master's degree in 1991 from Andrews University in Michigan. She has been working as a counselor for over 25 years. Ms. Hill works primarily with children ages 4+. She uses play therapy for issues such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, and trauma. Her style is very supportive and empathetic. She also sees individuals, families, and couples.

Melissa Keylor, LPC, CSAC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Certified Substance Abuse Counselor
Ms. Keylor believes in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. After over 20 years of working as a therapist, she has developed a genuine and straightforward approach in which she develops a sincere connection with her clients. This is of utmost importance to her. She has broad and extensive work experience ranging from inpatient mental health to methadone clinics to private practice. She enjoys working with many different populations, including teenagers, couples, families, adults, and groups. She conducts individual and couple's therapy with adolescents and adults, and has particular expertise with substance abuse and anger management. She conducts weekly adolescent substance abuse groups and also provides faith-based counseling.

Yolanda Lane, M.A.
Resident in Counseling
Through the latest research, education and my passion, I help families, teens, and individuals return control and happiness to their life. As a graduate from Liberty University, with a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling, I embrace a holistic approach to dealing with the wounds experienced during life's seasons. I have found that a positive home environment begins with a healthy self and healthy boundaries. I wisely use an integrative approach to meet the individual needs of clients, while incorporating evidence-based interventions, which are visual and hands-on (IMPACT Therapy) in nature. As a resident in counseling at Insight Psychological Services I strive to provide clients with a safe environment in which proactive thinking skills are developed. It is my desire for clients to gain a new outlook on life, gain a deeper inner connection with who they are, and overall to live, laugh, and love again.

Allison Rozewicz, M.A.
Resident in Counseling
Mrs. Rozewicz provides individual, couples, and family therapy for clients of all ages. She also works with Dr. Shaw providing psychological assessments. She has four years of experience working in community mental health and providing a variety of services including case management, intensive in-home, and therapeutic day treatment in the schools. Mrs. Rozewicz has a passion for working with adolescents as well as blended families, and can also provide faith-based counseling services.

Janice Shabe, Ph.D., LCP
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Janice M. Shabe was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up in Maryland. She has held residency in Virginia since 1995. Professionally she has provided clinical services in the public health arena for over 25 years with over 10 years working with military personnel. Within civilian sector, Janice has held myriad of positions where she provided services to vulnerable individuals; either due to mental illness and/or circumstances. Her early years focused on providing services to at risk children (e.g., HIV+, drug-addicted, and/or mentally ill caregivers). Her interest expanded to serious mentally ill individuals and forensic psychology. As a Psychologist, she worked at a community based clinic to offer individual, family, and group services as well as forensic evaluations (e.g., Competence, Mental State, Custody, Substance, etc.). She enjoys developing and facilitating psycho-educational groups (e.g., Anger Management). Currently, she sees adults and children ages 8+ for individual and family therapy. She also conducts diagnostic and court-ordered assessments. Dr. Shabe is Licensed in Commonwealth of Virginia as Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Social Worker.
November 2003: Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Walden University
May 1991: MSW, University of Maryland
June 1986: B.A., University of Maryland

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