Jodi Cobb, PhD, LCMFT is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Maryland, an AAMFT clinical fellow and supervisor candidate, and a graduate of the University of Maryland CFT Program.  She is currently an adjunct professor for the University of Maryland CFT graduate program where she teaches play therapy and provides clinical supervision. She sees clients at her private practice, Peer Bridges, LLC in Ellicott City and at Gil Institute for Trauma Recovery and Education in Virginia.  Jodi also holds graduate degrees in school psychology and was a School Psychologist with the Howard County Public School System before her MFT licensure. She has received training in Theraplay®, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP), play therapy, interventions for children with problem sexual behaviors, Relationship Development Intervention (RDI®), trauma-focused play-based interventions, and the Extended Play Based Developmental Assessment (EPBDA).  She is also a Registered Circle of Security Parent Educator.  Jodi’s professional interests include psychotherapy with parent-child dyads, children, teens, and families.  She has experience and interest in working with families impacted by attachment issues, adoption, foster care, sexual abuse, trauma, and LGBTQ issues.
Elise Resnick, M.S., PhD, is a graduate of the department’s Couple and Family Therapy Program, as well as the Family Science doctoral program. She has experience working in public policy with past positions assisting both PhRMA and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) federal headquarters in mental health advocacy and support. As a graduate student in the Department of Family Science, she completed research on the relationships between bullying, mental health and family support, as well as on couples communication specific to couples dealing with mental illness. She has taught courses regarding testing and assessment as well as the family life cycle for the CFT program at UMD. She has also taught for the UMD Young Scholars program, and currently teaches several undergraduate courses in the UMD School of Public Health, including Couple Relationships, Future of Families and Family Theory and Patterns. 

Wendy Wilcox, M.S., LCMFT, is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Ithaca College and a Master’s Degree from the Couple and Family Therapy program at The University of Maryland, where she currently serves as an Adjunct Instructor and Supervisor.  She has almost 30 years of experience working with couples, individuals (including children and teens) and families in a variety of settings and with a broad spectrum of presenting issues.  Her work history includes several years with the Charles County Health Department’s Adolescent Substance Abuse Program and 23 years with the City of Bowie’s Youth and Family Services, where she currently serves as Director.  Wendy also operates a practice in Bowie where she treats individuals, couples and families and provides clinical supervision and consultation for therapists. Wendy formerly served as President, Treasurer and Legislative Chair for the Middle Atlantic Division of American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy.