9770 Patuxent Woods Dr.
Columbia, MD 21046
Main Line: 443-518-7671
Like & Follow
Dr. Noah Weintraub, clinical director of Camp Attaway, is a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of experience working with children in clinical and therapeutic camp settings. Outside of camp, he is an owner and co-director of Weden, Weintraub & Associates. Prior to his current practice, Dr. Weintraub was assistant director and psychologist at Behavior Therapy Center of Greater Washington (BTC) in Silver Spring, MD, where he ran the Disruptive Behavior Management Program, designed for children with OCD and/or tics who also display externalizing behavioral difficulties. Dr. Weintraub specializes in OCD, phobias, Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, ADHD, Tourette’s Disorder, body-focused repetitive behaviors, parent management training and disruptive behavioral disorders. Dr. Weintraub conducts post camp conferences, follows up on children’s adjustment with schools and community therapists, hires staff for the subsequent year, and enrolls campers.
Lindsay Kolesar is a special education teacher and instructional team leader with over 10 years of teaching experience within the Howard County Public School System. Lindsay began her career in 2001, after graduating from The Ohio State University with a BA in psychology. While living in Ohio, Lindsay worked as an instructional assistant in an elementary school and an ABA therapist within her local community. Lindsay also worked as the founder of an afterschool program for children with disabilities and age-appropriate non-disabled peers. Lindsay moved back to Maryland in 2004 to pursue a master’s degree in special education at Johns Hopkins University. While in school, Lindsay worked as a special education teacher within the Prince George’s County Public School System. Lindsay has experience planning, developing, and implementing specialized programs for children with a wide range of abilities in the areas of academics, self-management and behavior, social-emotional, social interaction, and adaptive skills. Lindsay also works part-time as an instructional tutor, family mentor, and high school lacrosse coach.