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Therapists in Baltimore

Barry A Bass, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Although the desire for romantic intimacy is perfectly natural, long term intimate relationships are rarely naturally perfect. For over 30 years I have dedicated my professional life to helping individuals and couples fine tune their not-always naturally perfect relationships. Although I am a clinical psychologist who continues to treat individuals suffering from the full spectrum of psychological disorders, most of my career has been devoted to working with individuals and couples experiencing marital, relationship, and/or sexual concerns; to assisting couples seeking relief from the trauma of infidelity; and to treating individuals suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder or anger control issues.
(410) 305-9329
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Ric Nyborg, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Please visit my website - - or click the Website button to the left for more details. I am an independent clinician, focusing on quality, affordable counseling. Don't hesitate to call if you have any questions. I can usually see you within a day or two of your call. Your first visit is $20. This is my encore career. I have over 25 years of experience in the professional work place as well.
(410) 489-1029
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
House of Hope Baltimore Inc., Counselor  in Baltimore
“The crisis prone teens will often engage in negative coping extremes such as rebellion at home and school, fighting, runaway behavior, drug and alcohol abuse, self injurious behavior like cutting, out of control tantrums, cursing, stealing, prostitution, lawlessness, drunk driving, homicidal and suicidal risks e.t.c.House of hope Baltimore counselors utilize a program tailored to engage the troubled teen in corroboration with their parents so as to rescue, reconcile and restore them to the pursuit of their potential endowments. An unconditional Christian environment is cultivated. Individual, group and family modalities are offered at outpatient today, inpatient in future.
(443) 333-4642
Baltimore, Maryland 21214
Don Wilmes, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“For almost 40 years I have had the honor of playing a key role in helping people transform their lives. As an integral part of life's journey, we are all on some kind of path to find meaning and purpose. When we find our right path and honor it, we experience life as rich and fulfilling. It's when individuals come to an awareness that they are not on the right path and that their attempts to make things better have become part of the problem that they are more ready to consider working with a therapist or coach.
(410) 489-1385
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Kristen Nicholson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, EdD, LCSW-C
“Congratulations on your decision to seek therapy. You have made a valuable decision to honor your inner needs and feelings. It is my belief that all individuals have a desire to live a meaningful and purposeful life, yet sometimes become "stuck" in unhealthy ways of thinking or feeling. Ultimately, those thoughts and emotions can influence how one relates to others and responds to problems of daily living. My theoretical approach is grounded in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and mindfulness practices. Therapy is approached as a collaborative process where the client and I work together to discover solutions to life's challenges.
(301) 710-9211
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Dr. Ringel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“If you are looking for a therapist with an expertise in trauma (EMDR), attachment, and mindfulness training please contact me. I can help resolve relational disruptions, traumatic experiences, and grief and loss. My training in relational psychoanalysis contributes to deep listening and insight into clients' memories, dreams and associations. I have been a therapist for over 20 years, have taught students and therapists and have presented my work in conferences and workshops. I welcome artists, writers, clinicians and students, and have written books on trauma, relational therapy and attachment based practice.
(410) 793-1493
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
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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
Melanie Levine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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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
“I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and related conditions. Anxiety, OCD, and related symptoms have been the full focus of my clinical work and research for more than 12 years. Before starting my practice, I co-directed the Anxiety and OCD Clinics at Johns Hopkins, and directed the cognitive-behavioral therapy training program for the Hopkins psychiatry residents. Prior to this, I worked at the Menninger OCD Program providing intensive treatment for anxiety and OCD.
(443) 957-4170
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Laura June, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I work with adults of any age, gender, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. Together we address a range of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, work and career challenges, and self-image and self-worth. Often there are deeper and more long-standing issues stemming from early life experiences. I specialize in helping people to connect with the unconscious script they are enacting, which is often in contradiction to their stated desires for their lives. To read more about my approach please visit my website at ""
(410) 449-4436
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than 15 years experience in supporting people of all ages navigate both distressing and exciting life transitions. I believe that to achieve true wellness and find balance in life, it is necessary to attend to the body, mind, heart and spirit.
(410) 690-4732
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Joanna Macht, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I help people recognize and change painful patterns that keep them from reaching their fullest potential. Recognizing the source of these struggles is important, leading to lasting changes and more conscious choices.
(410) 656-4993
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Michael Slevin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“As a psychotherapist, I have been privileged to listen to peoples' stories and work with them to resolve conflicts and achieve hopes, in relationships, in work, within themselves. I have had advanced training in psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. As we become aware of our deepest emotions, our unconscious conflicts, we can make fresh choices. We can alter self-destructive patterns. While we live only in the present, it is helpful to keep an ear attuned to what has happened before if we are to know ourselves and change. I look forward to working with you.
(410) 775-5290
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Lou Jacobs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“If some aspect of your life is causing you pain or a feeling that you are not able to be who you want to be, you will likely benefit from supportive psychotherapy. I've been a clinical social worker and licensed therapist for 30 years. In this time I've worked with adolescents, adults, and couples. My clients tell me that they find me to be fully-engaged, supportive and interested in the challenges that they are facing, while also able to suggest new ways of looking at old patterns of behavior that may have them feeling stuck.
(410) 323-2787
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Neuropsychology Center of Maryland, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you struggling with changes in thinking abilities, personality or behavior secondary to brain injury or medical condition? Are you seeking educational or vocational accommodations? Are you concerned about changes in yourself or loved one that may be suggestive of a neurodegenerative condition or dementia? As a formally trained clinical neuropsychologist, I have specialized expertise in understanding brain-behavior relationships. After initial interview, neuropsychological evaluation or psychological testing is often conducted to identify current strengths and weakness and contributing etiologies. Then I work together with you to develop and implement a treatment plan to maximize functional recovery and adjustment.
(443) 345-5377
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Janine Difranco Michaelson, Psychiatric Nurse  in Baltimore
“I work mainly with children, adolescents, and adults under the age of 50. I specialize in diagnosing and treating ADHD, mood disorders such as depression, and anxiety disorders such as OCD. Some clients may benefit from therapy alone and some clients benefit from medication alone. Although I provide primarily medication management, I acknowledge that medication treatment alone may not be enough. I often recommend that clients augment their medication with individual or family psychotherapy, or other evidence-based treatment modalities such as yoga, tai chi, journaling, or meditation.
(410) 846-1755
Baltimore, Maryland 21236
Randi Schwartz, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Dr. Schwartz has devoted her psychotherapy practice to working with adults who are confronting challenging life issues, including those related to relationships, employment, parenting, bereavement and loss. While she has extensive training and experience in a range of approaches, including psychodynamic psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and humanistic psychology, she recognizes that psychotherapy is most effective when it embraces the unique challenges faced by individuals. She is flexible in her approach and is guided at all times by what would be the most effective treatment in light of specific needs.
(443) 956-2208
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Elizabeth Prenoveau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Through a collaborative approach, I work with each client to identify strengths and resources. I believe it is also important to increase awareness of unhealthy patterns that may have have lead you to seek therapy. Building a trusting and safe environment is crucial to the therapeutic process and my goal is to create an atmosphere of understanding, compassion and acceptance. I have worked with a wide variety of clients on various issues including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, relationship issues, substance abuse and trauma. I strive to help clients increase self-acceptance and cultivate hope that they have the capacity to live healthier lives.
(443) 679-5097
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Laurens G Van Sluytman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-C, MSSW
“I'm an experienced and contemporary therapist. It is my goal to develop improved awareness and understanding with and on behalf of my clients. These efforts occur within in a supportive emotional, intellectual and physical environment. One that embraces cultural - race, class, gender/gender identity, (dis)ability, sexual orientation, and ethnic humility.Together we seek to enhance your capacity to address your needs by identifying the conflicts and fears that hinder goals, dreams, self-acceptance and psychological flexibility. We will discover and explore the emotionally charged life experiences that trigger responses blocking greater insight and communication within relationships.
(443) 275-0584
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Terrence Alspaugh, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Finding solutions, achieving goals, discovering strengths, improving relationships - to reach such positive objectives, I use an integrated therapeutic approach that draws upon evidence-based treatment interventions and creative modalities tailored to the unique needs of the individual. With over 20 years of counseling experience, I work with a broad spectrum of clients and client issues: ADHD, child & adolescent/parent conflicts, family therapy, couples counseling, anger management, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, social skills training, and parenting education. To see couples tips on my television interview:
(443) 695-6810
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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