North Node

Our expert staff offers personalized, comprehensive care to help clients achieve recovery and make better choices every day. The goal of treatment is to create, within you, the skills and ability to remain clean and sober at home – in your life with the people you love and who love you. Our deepest commitment is to help you maintain your recovery, without relapse. As committed as you are to your recovery, so are we.


Mental Health




Angela L. Robinson


Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health (LPCMH), NCC

Angela L. Robinson (LPC MH, NCC) is the Clinical Director at NorthNode Group Counseling where she oversees the creation and implementation of child and adult outpatient mental health programs, ensures the highest-quality standards for NorthNode’s Intensive Outpatient Program, and addictions, substance abuse and opioid treatment recovery center.

With more than twelve-years of one-on-one psychotherapy and group therapy for children, adolescents, and adults; Angela is a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health (LPCMH) for the State of Delaware and is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). She has built a behavioral health specialty by working with clients that deal with anxiety, bipolar, depression, and more acute mental health diagnosis. Her clinical work includes conducting and overseeing individual psychotherapy for a variety of issues, couples therapy, and family therapy and a number of supervisees, Angela has an expert focus on psychotherapy dealing with a variety of diagnosis and addiction treatment and recovery, as well as relapse treatment and prevention, skills training, and working to help family systems impacted by addictions like (opioids, illicit drugs, eating disorders, and intergenerational patterns of behavior).

In addition to the unparalleled experience Angela brings to NorthNode, she’s trained in the latest crisis intervention practices, co-occurring disorders and behavioral intervention using various counseling modalities, including, but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Angela’s personal mission is to help individuals enhance their overall quality of life by equipping them with the necessary skills and tools to take life on with a smile.

As a life-long native of Dover, she can trace her family roots going back 100-years to when they farmed the land in Delaware. She believes and understands first-hand that the backbone of Delaware is built on community; by strengthening families, and positioning individuals – young and old – for success and accountability through their behaviors and attitudes.

She has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Wesley College in Dover, Delaware, and earned a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling at Springfield College, in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Keegan Northnode


Addiction Recovery



Keegan Evans contracts with this practice to provide behavioral health services.


Keegan Evans

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

I have more than 10 years’ experience in several areas including substance abuse prevention, therapeutic group homes, treatment foster care, outpatient mental health treatment, and residential substance abuse treatment. I strive to create a safe and nurturing atmosphere in which individuals can be supported in their efforts to change and grow, as well as become reconnected to their strengths and dreams.

I graduated with a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Frostburg State University and a Master’s in Social Work from Salisbury University. I’m currently certified in providing Trauma Treatment as well as an instructor of Safe Crisis Management. My passion is working with at-risk youth.

I enjoy spending time with family and my 7-year-old dog, Titan.




Grief and Loss

Sarah Kamara contracts with this practice to provide behavioral health services.

Sarah K. Kamara

NP-C, DEA Waivered- Nurse Practitioner
Provides medical clinical oversight and prescriptions

I specialize in treating adults and seniors with behavioral and psychiatric issues. My clinical expertise includes working with those who suffer from depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, grief, and loss.

I understand that opioid use disorder is an issue that both young adults and their families struggle with managing. My goal is to provide clients with the right medication management, so they can live a better and more efficient balanced life. I help individuals sustain recovery, ease physiological cravings, and stabilize body function to enhance their overall quality of life.

I enjoy creating a safe space environment where my clients can feel welcomed and heard. I want you to share your concerns, thoughts, and feelings with me without fear of judgement. I believe that when a person feels safest — that’s when they can truly jump into examining their lives and move towards a deeper understanding of self awareness.

You will learn new skills that will help you change unhealthy behaviors and unlock your true potential.

I earned my Family Nurse Practitioner degree at Wilmington University, in Dover, DE.





Cynthia Taylor

BS, MA – Counselor 1
Provides SUD outpatient and TSF services


I have been professionally treating children and adolescents with behavioral health and substance abuse issues for more than five years. I enjoy helping all people no matter their age, gender, or sexual preference. I specialize in treating those who suffer from addiction and support those to stay in recovery.

I have experience working as a Licensed Addiction Counselor in two High School Wellness Centers in Delaware, and as a Beverage Supervisor. A client can expect me to be empathetic, honest and a good listener. He or she can expect me not to be judgmental but understanding. I will work with you where you are currently at on your journey to become sober. We will both learn a lot from one another. I take life one-day-at-a-time and will remind you to do the same, as well. There is no magic pill in recovery, but I have faith that we can all recover when we put in the work required. Recovery is a lifetime process, and I will help you on your way to recovery. No one is perfect, and we all may be in need of help at some point in our lives for different reasons. You are not alone.

Depending on which therapy is right for you, I provide both Group Therapy and/or Individualized Therapy (one-on-one).

I earned my Bachelor of Arts and a master’s degree in human services counseling, with a specialty in Addictions and Recovery at Liberty University. Additionally, I am certified as a Child Advocate Stewards of Children.

More about me: I love spending time with my family and friends — especially my two-year-old granddaughter. I love visiting my sister in Florida when the weather is cold in Delaware. I love the warmer weather! I like riding to the beach or walking on the Boardwalk. Sometimes you can find me singing Karaoke and busting a move.




Grief and Loss

Deyadira "Dee" Carillo,

Provide mental health outpatient, SUD outpatient, and TSF services.

I have been professionally treating individuals who have experienced trauma (domestic violence, physical, mental and sexual abuse), childhood traumas, and/or those diagnosed with a substance
abuse disorder for more than four years. I especially enjoy working and treating individuals who
might suffer from low self-esteem and depression.

My area of specialization includes: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Informed Care, Domestic Violence, Cognitive Processing Therapy to address trauma and PTSD, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Contingency Management Approach, Anger Management and working experience with symptoms of anxiety, depression, low self-esteem/worthlessness, Bipolar and Borderline Personality disorder.

I enjoy putting together safe and family friendly events for clients, their families, and the community. I want you to develop team-building skills, find your creativity, and have some fun while we get down to your mental health business. I regularly volunteer with the Food Bank of DE to provide food packages to patients who are in need of food, resources during the holidays, and the soup kitchen to provide soup during dosing hours at the facility.

My clients can expect to receive person-centered treatment, utilizing a holistic approach. By providing support that looks at the whole person, not just their mental health needs — you can expect support that will address your physical, emotional, social and spiritual wellbeing. For example, if an individual is in need of transportation or housing, I will work with them to figure out resources and help them obtain the services they need. I will help you to identify your strengths, needs, abilities and preferences in treatment. We will then develop a treatment plan with goals, methods and interventions that are measurable to help you achieve your goals. I will meet you where you are in your recovery and help you address any barriers that are affecting your treatment in order to be successful.

Depending on which therapy is right for you, I run both Group Therapy and/or Individualized Therapy (one-on-one).

I earned my Associates of Science in Criminal Justice at Delaware Technical Community College in Georgetown DE, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Wesley College in Dover, DE.

Some fun facts about me: I am Mexican-American and speak English and Spanish fluently. I enjoy traveling, going to the beach, long boarding, fishing and spending time with family. I have traveled to several states in the U.S., but I have also traveled out of the country to Mexico, Madrid and Barcelona in Spain, Rome in Italy, Santorini, Mykonos, and Tinos Island in Greece.


Martha "Marti" Bell

Director of Human Resources
Provides the practice’s HR needs and case management support

I have more than 45-years in management and practice administrator experience. I’ve changed careers from Retail and Hotel Management to Mental Health, because my goal is to help others face and overcome the challenges in their lives.

I love helping others! I strongly believe that all clients coming into the office should always be made comfortable and be cheerfully greeted. You should know right away that I am here to help you!

My years of customer service allows me to see things from your perspective. I truly enjoy working in Mental Health. I understand your struggles, as I’ve worked with so many wonderful people from every walk of life.

We never know what someone may be going through, therefore you should expect to always be treated with understanding and kindness. I truly believe my calling in life is to be here at NorthNode helping others!

Some fun facts about me: I am a mother and grandmother raising two beautiful grandchildren (ages 15 and 3). I also have seven other beautiful grandchildren and two adult children. They keep me young and active. My family is my heart and soul. I love being creative, in my spare time I design and sell hand-crafted items. I love what I do at NorthNode! I believe we are all connected and am just where God wants me to be.

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1609 S State St,
Dover, Delaware 19901
Office: 302.257.3135
Fax: 302.526.2410

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