Who We Are
Mary Rieger holds a Master of Acupuncture degree from Maryland University of Integrated Health (formerly Tai Sophia Institute) in Maryland. She is certified and licensed to practice acupuncture in the District of Columbia. Mary was a faculty member and clinical supervisor at Tai Sophia for nine years, where she taught core classes and oversaw and guided students in their senior clinical phase.
Mary is classically trained, meaning, she treats the whole person, as well as the concern, complaint, pain, or problem that is presented. She brings great compassion, listening, humor, and skill to her work with clients. She believes that we must caretake our whole being - the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual parts of us. She is dedicated to meeting people where they are in life, with non-judgement and with a sense of possibility for what life does and can hold for all of us. Mary works with adults as well as children and teens.
Ruth Anne Keister is a Massage Therapist and Alexander Technique Teacher. She helps people deeply relax and move with ease with classic massage therapy (Swedish and Deep Tissue), as well as private lessons in the Alexander Technique (www.ati-net.com). She graduated from the Potomac Massage Training Institute in 1999 and the Chesapeake Bay Alexander Studies Teacher Training program in 2010. With a lifelong interest in fitness and health, she also offers swimming lessons in the Art of Swimming/Shaw Method – applying the principles of Alexander technique to swimming (www.artofswimming.com) at two pools in DC and MD. In addition to her work at Healing Arts of Capitol Hill, Ruth Anne also works at Crossings, A Center for the Healing Traditions in Silver Spring, MD (www.crossingshealing.com). Ruth Anne is a also student of mindfulness meditation, yoga, and various types of dance, as well as an avid swimmer, cyclist, hiker, and ice skater.
Josh Greene is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) certified to practice independently in the District of Columbia. He received his MSW from Syracuse University in 1994, and he has been providing Psychotherapy for adults, couples, families, and children challenged by life stressors, and also more formal symptoms of Depression, Bi-Polar, Anxiety, Substance Abuse/Dependence, and other diagnosable mental illnesses for the past 20 years. Josh uses a straight forward eclectic approach, rooted in Solution-Focused Therapy, to assist people in achieving their full potential. In addition to providing Psychotherapy, Josh is trained and practiced in Divorce Mediation. To learn more visit Psychology Today by clicking on the link below.
Amy Hunter is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) who earned her Masters of Social Work degree at Boston University in 1995. Amy currently works at the Center for Child and Human Development at Georgetown University providing training and technical assistance around the country in the area of childhood mental health. Previously Amy has worked at Zero to Three, a national organization that supports the well-being of infants, toddlers and their families as well as served as a National Head Start Fellow at the Office of Head Start. Amy led the mental health services for a large Head Start program and has experience providing training, reflective supervision, consultation, and therapy to children, families, and adults who have experienced trauma, depression, relationship difficulties, parenting struggles, grief, stress and anxiety. Amy has strong listening skills and uses a strength-based supportive approach to assist individuals to gain increased understanding of their experience and make meaningful change in their lives.