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Therapists in Baltimore

Jodi Dively, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I enjoy working with individuals and couples who have a desire to improve their quality of life through personal growth and behavior change. I utilize evidenced-based and best practices to address the underlying factors of emotional disorders, regardless of what emotions are most distressing to you - anxiety, anger, depression, shame, loss, distrust, guilt. I am here to assist you in your journey for improved health and well-being.
(410) 752-5525
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Anxiety Relief Today--Rabbi Yisroel Roll, Counselor  in Baltimore
“You can overcome anxiety and depression in three sessions with my hands-on FREEDOM FROM ANXIETY techniques. Using Experiential Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy I will guide you to release the emotional blocks which are holding you back from happiness and success. My Freedom from Anxiety DVD has already helped thousands of people who have been plagued with anxiety, and has given them back control over their emotional selves. I use a therapeutic approach called Identity Therapy to help clients discover their true strengths and to find the inner strength and motivation to succeed at marriage and career.
(410) 782-3536
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
Elisa Beckwith, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Everyone has a story. Each one of us is unique and in pursuit of our own personal journey. However, we typically have one thing in common. People need people. Most individuals are innately wired to want to connect with others. Therefore, it is crucial to our survival and well-being that we develop and maintain a positive social support system. This is not always such an easy task, as we tend to let things get in our way. All too often, regrets from the past or worries about the future dictate our general sense of well-being.
(443) 225-4326
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Janice L Miller, Psychiatrist  in Baltimore
“You are not alone in the face of multiple or severe stressors in your life. No PhD psychologist or social worker in the state of Maryland is allowed to prescribe medications to help such conditions as stress, depression, anxiety, Bipolar, OCD, ADHD, and multiple other conditions which even your Internist or OB/Gyn are not adequately trained to diagnose and treat. I sometimes will do psychotherapy and medication management myself or alternatively I am happy to work collaberatively with a psychotherapist you may already have.
(410) 484-2447
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Eileen A Epstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-C, LLC
“For 30 years I've been privileged doing what I love: being a therapist to couples & individuals with the courage & determination to make formidable personal changes. I use sensible theories & effective skills to be the right therapist for YOU too. The one you experience as attuned, respectful & responsive to your needs & knowledgeable in how to attend to them. Together we'll work towards YOUR personal goals. Progressing ahead, you'll find relief from initially difficult emotions & life situations, you'll experience transformative resilience in new ways of dealing with others; & new ways of operating in the world.
(443) 863-6205
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Dana Sohlberg, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Have you ever wondered how to take that next step to get your life going in a new direction? Are you seeking to improve how you feel about yourself and the world around you, but are just not sure how to get started? Counseling can help address anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, and other mental health problems. Entering a therapeutic relationship can help you gain love of self, improve relationships, and lead to more confident decision making. We are each individuals dealing with our own life struggles. Every problem is unique and will have it's own unique solution.
(443) 992-7082
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Beginning therapy is difficult, sometimes even frightening. If you are looking for a peaceful space to feel heard, respected and encouraged, or need to explore past experiences and choices, therapy can help. Do you wonder what makes you stay in your job, house, or neighborhood? Have you left a good relationship or remained too long in a dead-end one? Do you long for greater trust and intimacy? Are you plagued by fear, anxiety, and depression? If you are in search of someone who will listen to you in a way that lifts your spirits makes you whole, please call.
(410) 695-4198
Baltimore, Maryland 21217
Denise Moreault, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“My practice is broad-based and I enjoy working within relationship contexts. The techniques I use include cognitive-behavioral, family/relationship dynamics and communication skill building, stress management and building coping strategies. I have particular expertise in diagnosis and treatment of mood disorders eg. anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorders, and ADHD in both adults and children. I enjoy doing enhancement and preventive work in marriage, couples, and parenting. I accept most insurance plans and do the paperwork for you.
(410) 417-7965
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Treatment Resources for Youth, Inc, Treatment Facility  in Baltimore
“To serve youth and families of Baltimore City by providing high-quality substance abuse prevention and treatment services in a non-judgmental and confidential environment. We are committed to empowering our clients with the tools they need for leading productive, successful drug free lives.
(410) 927-8869
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Alison Gartner, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Choosing the right therapist is at least as important as the decision to enter treatment. Self-disclosure and, ultimately change can only occur in an environment in which the patient feels respected, safe, and secure in both the therapist's sincerity and expertise. I bring the maturity, skill and compassion derived from 20+ years of providing therapy for depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, eating disorders, and relationship issues. I am committed to helping my patients recognize and change painful patterns that keep them from fully engaging in healthy relationships, or leave them mired in self-defeating thoughts and behaviors.
(410) 871-8497
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, LCPC
“The Women's Growth Center is a small non-profit collective of therapists providing individual therapy, couples counseling, family therapy, group therapy, and workshops. We take a feminist view to therapy - meaning that we view the relationship between client and therapist as collaborative and we acknowledge the social system that can affect individuals and their lives. We provide high quality, affordable counseling in a warm and accepting environment to individual women, men, teens, couples, and families. We affirm and empower those of all races, religions, sizes, classes, sexual orientations, and gender identifications. We serve all on the gender continuum.
(410) 394-8487
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Christine Kuhlman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Feel down? Ever wish you could just disappear? Do you worry, panic, think that nothing can go right? Has a loved one died and left a gaping hole in your heart and your life? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions. maybe it's time to try therapy. "The soul always knows what to do to heal itself. The challenge is to silence the mind." -C. Myss
(443) 681-7124
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Melissa Wesner, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Are you looking for a confidential and supportive environment where you can work through personal life challenges? Whether you are dealing with depression, anxiety, anger, grief, or substance use, you will find a safe, judgment-free space at LifeSpring Counseling Services. My goal is for you to feel heard, accepted, and empowered while we work through the collaborative process of therapy. There's no need to go on this journey alone.
(410) 941-2059
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Melanie Levine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I work as a team with my clients to help them recognize their potential and realistically help them make changes in their life. I start where the client is but look at their family history to get an idea of their foundation. My clients often are depressed and/or anxious so I come up with a treatment plan that meets their abilities. I treat teenagers and adults, individuals, couples and families. I have a background in domestic violence and often help victims in emotional and physical abuse cases. I also help people learn anger management techniques to control their tempers.
(410) 695-6793
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Lori Margolese, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I understand you are looking for a therapist. Maybe you feel stuck somewhere in your life, a relationship, your job, or behavioral issues keep getting in your way. By entering into therapy many of life's challenges can become manageable and less stressful. Are you the type of person who feels comfortable with someone who is kind and compassionate? My clients describe me like this. I provide a safe and supportive environment which makes it possible to open up and get the help you so much want. I am here to listen, as you move along your journey through life.
(410) 777-5697
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Behavioral Interface, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
“The practice has clinicians who are dedicated to listening to your problems and are resolved to assist you with finding solutions. Communities that are typically underserved by Federal standards are assisted through Medical Assistance (Medicaid) and Medicare. Many private insurance plans are accepted. While a range of disorders are treated, short-term Anger Management is also provided individually and in group for adults, teen and children. If you have a problem, short-term or long-term, don't hesitate to call or send an email. A friendly staff will respond within the hour. Check out the website for more information. http://www.behavioralinterface.org
(410) 881-4309
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“Over 30 years of clinical experience with individuals, couples and families, along with completing a doctorate in social work practice and a psychoanalytic training program, have contributed to my broad range of expertise in helping people deal with characterological issues, interpersonal problems, life transitions, and other disturbances resulting in personal distress.
(410) 205-1723
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Lauren C Going, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, RYT
“We all experience times in our lives when our ability to cope is surpassed by stressful situations or experiences. I believe these overwhelming experiences can either shut us down further or can serve as a springboard for personal growth. Similar to when an irrigation system is filled with debris and the natural flow of water is blocked, by removing our blockages we access the unlimited resources and healing mechanisms that lie within ourselves. Whether it is trauma, depression, anxiety, phobias, relational issues, or simply feeling stuck -- I can assist you with gaining more clarity and control over your life.
(410) 927-5659
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Jill Bers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“Your choice to seek therapy is important. You probably have already tried to find solutions to what is not working for you. If you are now looking for help with problem solving in your life, for whatever reason, I am happy you have taken this step to get "unstuck". I have been successful with solution-focused and cognitive behavioral therapy but never stick with one method unless it is effective. I will collaborate with you, using your strengths, to help you achieve results sooner rather than later. The time you spend outside of therapy is more important than the time you spend in it!
(443) 892-7049
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Michael Reeder, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I take a holistic approach that incorporates mind, body, and spirit. I believe it's important to integrate life meaning into counseling. I'll work with you to set goals and the proper pacing of therapy. Therapy is a collaboration, as ultimately the power to change rests within you. I emphasize unconditional positive regard, respect, a safe and caring therapeutic relationship, individual strengths, and taking control over choices.
(877) 823-3439
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
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