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Therapists in Baltimore

Lynn Feldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“We all need help from time to time. I can help you understand your difficulties better, including the conflicts inside yourself and the difficulties in relationships. I will help you identify what you are wanting and assist you with the steps to get there, covering the obstacles along the way. If you are having: relationship difficulties, or keep coming back to feelings of depression, anxiety, anger, or are struggling with issues around sexuality, I will help you reduce the pain.
(410) 305-9788
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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
Dyer P. Bilgrave, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I am committed to helping my clients create lasting change and achieve valued outcomes. How? By helping them explore their thoughts and feelings on their most important concerns, develop insight and new perspectives, connect with their fundamental wants and needs, and take effective action.
(443) 687-7351
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Michael C Heitt, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you a busy professional or college or grad student dealing with personal, relationship or work-related challenges? As a licensed psychologist, I help individuals and couples like you who are facing difficult life transitions and changes, have experienced trauma or loss, or are dealing with psychiatric illnesses, such as depression and anxiety. I understand how hard it can be to ask for assistance and because of this I respond to all email and voicemail messages in a timely manner to make this first step toward growth and healing easier. Please note, I tend to respond email more quickly than voicemail messages.
(410) 774-6828 x2
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
“The first step is to hear and understood. Then I collaborate with you to look for patterns, some of which may serve you well, and some of which may interfere with happiness. Stuck thought processes may block awareness and lead to mood problems, while behaviors may sometimes feel uncontrollable. I work with you to understand how thoughts, feelings, and behavior all influence one another. We are also influenced by our genetics and by family and cultural influences, yet we do have choices and we can increase our resilience. I have come to embrace DBT and CBT practices, while bringing in other approaches.
(443) 360-3614
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Raffi Bilek, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Are you stressed out about a relationship in your life that is not going the way you had hoped? Do you fight with your spouse too often? Do you feel distant from your husband? Smothered by your wife? Or perhaps you're struggling with difficult parents, who are causing you grief, or with your kids driving you crazy daily. If any of these situations sounds like yours, please contact me. I specialize in helping people like you improve and enjoy the relationships in their lives. The people close to us should be a source of strength, not stress. I can help you get there.
(443) 991-7441
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
Jan Trammell-Savin, Pastoral Counselor  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MA, DMin, LGPC
“Throughout our lives, we will be faced with innumerable internal and situational challenges that can leave us feeling depleted, discouraged, and stuck. At times, the wave-like intensity can threaten to overwhelm us. Mindfulness-based counseling offers an opportunity for clients to access their strengths and learn new skills to obtain clarity about the sources of distress, engage effective practices for altering how one relates to that distress, and move purposefully toward valued goals. I have primary experience working with clients dealing with grief, depression, anxiety, and life transitions.
(443) 731-2089
Baltimore, Maryland 21228
Jennifer E Klingler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“With 15+ years providing mental health services in a variety of settings, I have the experience and flexibility to meet clients needs, even those with challenging situations or illness'. I have a special interest working with adults who are experiencing a first episode of mental illness, as with early expert care and connection to all available supportive services, recovery and quality of life are maximized. I am knowledgeable about Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder and Depression and Anxiety. I have an interest working to maximize clients' health across dimensions (physical health, social, relationships, intellectual) as these contribute to one's wellness.
(443) 552-0528
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Lorraine Garcia, Counselor  in Baltimore
“As a humanist psychotherapist with experience and training in various treatment modalities from supportive therapy to deep trauma work, my intention is to assist clients overcome barriers as they reach toward emotional health and well-being. One of my guiding principles is that no two people are alike. While one client may be need to simply talk through problems, another may need a more solution-focused approach. Some clients may need help learning relaxation skills and yet others may be looking for strategies to help overcome depression, addiction, phobias, or a traumatic memories that have plagued them for years.
(443) 637-1986
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Andrea Rackowski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-C
“Andrea is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in individual psychotherapy with adults and young adults. In her practice she focuses on identifying and nourishing each individual's inner strengths in order to help them heal and develop new capacities for growth. Using mindfulness and relaxation techniques, as well as active listening and traditional psychotherapy, she works as a guide for individuals to unlock their own innate capacity to heal.
(410) 457-7547
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Stephen Clarke, Counselor  in Baltimore
“We all suffer, but most suffering is not necessary. We develop habits to cope with suffering, but then find we are stuck repeating patterns that no longer serve us. Creating a safe, stable, and trusting environment, we can non-judgementally perceive where we are stuck and have the courage to let go of unhealthy thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. We are then able to grow in new ways that allow for gentleness, peace, and joy.
(410) 538-2597
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Marcy Rynd Ashpes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I bring to my practice 30+ years of experience working with individuals, couples and children. I work with clients struggling with depression and/or anxiety,parenting issues, relationship conflicts, adjustment and life transition difficulties as well as women's issues to include Postpartum depression. My approach is targeted to each individual need, combining cognitive/behavioral and mindfulness approaches with insight centered therapy.
(410) 394-8476
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Cynthia Osborne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“As a Certified Sex Therapist I treat the full range of sexual, relationship and intimacy problems - with heterosexual, gay and transgender individuals and couples. I specialize in treating problematic sexual behavior, sexual compulsivity, impulsivity or sexual addiction. I provide individual, couple and group treatment, and support groups for spouses/partners. Treatment begins with a solid assessment to identify, and then treat, the relevant underlying mechanisms, as any given behavior may be driven by different mechanisms, e.g. depression, anxiety, excessive sexual drive, personality factors, etc. My approach is present-focused and integrates cognitive-behavioral and family systems models.
(443) 380-2598
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Lisa (Elisheva) Rabinowitz, Counselor  in Baltimore
“HAPPINESS SHOULD NOT BE A DREAM-HAPPINESS SHOULD BE A REALITY: As a trained and knowledgeable counselor, individual, couples and/or families learn the necessary skills to lead more enriching lives. Together we can discover the techniques and tools you can utilitze to handle situations in your life and/or relationships more effectively and successfully. You will gain insights into your life, and move from a place of feeling stuck and blocked to a place of productivity and strength. With guidance, support and nuturance, you will discover the right path and improve the qualtiy of your life and/or relationship.
(410) 415-1717
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Vanessa Pikler, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you struggling with depression or anxiety? Do you defeat yourself with self-critical thinking? Does stress get in the way of accomplishing your goals in life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, please contact me. I can help you develop more self-compassion in order to tackle your problems. You'll feel understood, heard, respected, hopeful, and more confident in your ability to cope. I also work with people with medical illnesses and have special expertise in Health Psychology, such as coping with cancer diagnoses/treatments, caregiver stress, stress management and other mind/body issues.
(410) 970-6500
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Amy Urdang, Counselor  in Baltimore
“The heart and emphasis of my work as a depth psychotherapist is to help you discover and trust your deepest feelings; to assist you in finding ways of letting go of old restrictive patterns and developing the capacities to live a fuller and more satisfying life. Within the compassionate and non-judgmental therapeutic relationship, we can explore your inner experience of thoughts, feelings and behaviors, gaining insight as to their origins and more importantly addressing the fears and defenses that keep those old patterns in place.
(410) 881-3994
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Gillian Gregory, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“I am a therapist for the Gregory Center for Restoration (GCFR), a private mental health practice specializing in individual, family, group and couples counseling with a focus on teenagers, young adults and adults. Using a strength-based perspective and cognitive-behavioral therapy, we are committed to helping individuals explore and develop insight into their thoughts and behaviors, restore and improve relationships, enhance communication and develop coping strategies to move forward in their lives in a healthy manner.
(410) 941-2608
Baltimore, Maryland 21239
Patricia Winchild, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“When you begin counseling, it may be because you are feeling stress or have depression or anxiety. It's important for you to know that however bad you may feel when you begin, many people often say how much better they feel rather quickly, sometimes even after the first session. People sometimes do not feel understood well enough, listened to, so one important thing that should happen in counseling is that you feel heard, and understood. I believe that anyone who decides to come for counseling deserves respect. It often takes courage to begin. counseling.
(410) 231-3952
Baltimore, Maryland 21207
Amanda Morgan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“AS OF OCTOBER 1, 2014, I AM NOT ACCEPTING ANY NEW CLIENTS. Human beings have emotional connections that can make for challenging experiences. Every person has the capacity to improve using their own internal resources. My clients want the best for themselves and their families. With guidance, they are able to transform old beliefs into new habits & behaviors. I believe firmly in the power of authenticity, and I help clients heal through past issues to become more intentional for themselves. My ideal client wants healthier relationships, a stronger emotional self, and to achieve their goals and dreams.
(443) 863-9191
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
“HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center provides services to assist individuals in reducing and eliminating harmful involvement in substance abuse. We are a non-profit, state certified outpatient/intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment provider. We offer individual and group counseling services to help you begin and maintain your recovery from addiction. Specialized groups include groups for DUI , groups for marijuana users,groups for persons with criminal justice involvement, groups for persons with marijuana problems, relapse prevention groups. Gender specific- male and female groups are also offered. We are open 6 days a week- Monday thru Saturday, including 4 evenings per week. We are located on the #19 bus line and also have free parking.Inatke appointments can be scheduled by calling 410-444-2100.
(410) 927-5916 x1019
Baltimore, Maryland 21214
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