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Therapists in Baltimore

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
Jamie Metzler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Congratulations on seeking help! You have taken your first step on what is a long but potentially rewarding journey of healing and self-discovery. It takes real courage to face what may be overwhelming fear, despair and self-blame. But you don't have to struggle with the burden of hopelessness alone. Others that suffered in similar ways have gotten help even when therapy has not worked in the past. Whether one struggles with stress, relationship difficulties or with crippling self-doubt, therapy is used to identify barriers and cultivate tools that bring fresh perspective and resources to address the problem at hand.
(443) 396-3230
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
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
Mordechai Zeiger, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I am a licensed psychologist in Baltimore with 15 years experience providing psychotherapy to people from diverse backgrounds. My goal is to help alleviate emotional pain, achieve healthy relationships, and maximize personal growth through a therapeutic partnership that emphasizes courage and commitment. Your needs are the centerpiece of therapy, and our relationship will provide you with the comfort to address them in confidence. Based on your particular thinking style and personality, I utilize psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and existential modalities.
(443) 987-6983
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Day Break Psych, Psychiatrist  in Baltimore
“My name is Dr. Alok Rawat. I am a board certified psychiatrist with a focus on helping people with anxiety and mood disorders, serving the downtown Baltimore area, and an office in Ellicott City/Columbia. I specialize in life-coaching and helping you find a better balance in your life, especially for busy professionals who want a goal-oriented approach to psychiatry. My interventions are evidence based and time limited.I practice Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as life-coaching and motivational techniques, as well as medication management where indicated.
(443) 345-4876
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Sally Mays, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you feeling anxious, stressed, or down? Is your job or relationship causing you a lot of stress? Are you looking for a therapist that is affordable and responsive to phone calls? As a doctoral-level therapist, I have extensive experience and success at helping individuals and families. My expertise is in treating anxiety, depression, and relationship concerns as well as many other mental health issues. I also conducts comprehensive psycho-educational and emotional assessments. I employ a therapeutic approach that is tailored to the presenting concern, goals, and personality of each individual client.
(410) 690-4996
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Kimberly Yamas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“We all have times when we may need help to find our way through a situation, improve how we feel, deal with some longer term issues, or bring more meaning into our lives. I can help you look into what you are experiencing, understand why it is happening, and figure out how to make changes for a deeper and more satisfying life. Many clients I see deal with depression, anxiety, bipolar, relationship issues, life transitions, lack of meaning, or other life issues.
(443) 376-7878
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Joyce Wolpert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC
“As you seek a therapist, you probably feel a swirl of anxiety and hope thumping inside. Here you will be welcomed to a safe space as I bring active, compassionate, intelligent listening to our encounter. My 25 years counseling experience focuses me to see and hear what is said and not said.
(410) 702-4955
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
PsychCare Psychological Services, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
“At PsychCare, our staff has successfully helped many individuals and couples resolve a wide variety of personal concerns both through psychotherapy and psychological and educational evaluations. The staff at PsychCare in Baltimore, MD, brings decades of experience in specialized areas of treatment and assessment, such as couples counseling, alcohol abuse treatment, and psychological evaluations and forensic psychological services.
(410) 505-8244 x704
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
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
Chelsea Jillian Howe, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“"The only thing constant in life is change." Yet, change-- good or bad-- can be quite difficult. Congratulations on reaching the step of knowing this may be a time to make some much-needed change to your life. We will work together to help you through the difficulties and to help you grow into the person you want to be. I am more than willing to help you on this journey- whether it be stress management (in this crazy world!), navigating school and academia, anxiety and depression, family conflict, couples counseling and more. We will get through it together.
(410) 412-3611
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Jessica Luty Kabrhel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Therapy is a unique relationship that allows us to more fully see ourselves and the patterns that shape our lives. As a therapist, I listen fully and engage you in a process of discovering what might be troubling you, and what might ultimately help you feel your best. My style is dynamic, non-judgmental, and empathic.
(443) 965-9165
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Ann V Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“Hello, I am a clinical social worker with over 15 years of experience, including work in outpatient psychiatry settings, university counseling centers, EAPs, and in private practice settings. I work with many adults challenged by life demands and transitions, as well as adults who have faced and survived adverse childhood experiences. Such challenges may leave us feeling anxious, insecure and with diminished self-worth. Clients say I have encouraged them to heal and grow through identifying strengths, helping to increase self-awareness, developing new habits of mind and behavior, and by viewing life with a new perspective.
(443) 219-3463 x104
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Kier M Johnson, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I believe "Knowledge Is Power"! Knowledge of how to find and apply solutions to deal with confusion, anxiety, depression and other challenging life situations that results in feeling of helplessness or sometimes even hopelessness, is what I have found empowers change. I, your listener, co-pilgrim, and spiritual pastoral counselor am here to facilitate an opportunity for you to regain a sense of understanding self in all of your challenges which will open the doors of love, power and a sound mind!
(443) 213-0152
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Kimberly M. Ewing, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“We live in a time when everything is moving and changing quickly. It may seem that we can't afford to slow down, and tune into our lives. But, when things begin to fall apart and habits we used to swear by no longer work, we need to stop. We must discern whether we are living by choice, or by habit. At these times, we often feel anxious, depressed, can't sleep, or take on self-defeating behaviors in an attempt to cope. We aren't sure how we got here, or what to do about it.
(443) 219-1683
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Lisa May-Sachs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I like to use a client's own insights and unique strengths as tools for self-expression and problem solving. As clients come to therapy with a desire to improve the quality of their lives, I work to help them feel better about themselves and their relationships. Specifically, I help clients feel more self-confident, more in control,less anxious, more comfortable in their bodies, sexually healthy, and happier in their intimate relationships.
(443) 799-0241
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Nyasha Grayman-Simpson, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Wisdom Counseling-Baltimore, LLC is pleased to continue to offer, Sophia, an eight session one-on-one spiritually-centered professional support program for Black women beginning September 14, 2014. Please visit my website for more details. As a Christ-centered womanist advisor, my goal is to help Black/Africana women residing within the Baltimore-Washington corridor better understand and resolve the stressful challenges that life brings from a spiritual standpoint. If you are looking for support and guidance through a challenging season, Wisdom Counseling-Baltimore, LLC may be the right place for you.
(443) 492-9900
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Linda M Grande, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Do you want to re-romanticize your relationship? As a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist I work with couples who want to have a happy and loving relationship. I have extensive training in Couples Counseling, Sex Therapy and Addictions Counseling. Using my tools as an Imago Therapist I help couples learn how to move from conflict & disconnection to a place of connection, love & joy. Navigating the changes that take place during the life of a relationship can be very challenging. By creating a safe environment in my office couples will learn how to use the Imago dialogue to grow their relationship in a positive direction.
(410) 417-6799
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Kristen Nicholson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Thomas Weiss, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“We all encounter difficulties in our lives that can potentially leave us feeling defeated and helpless. Bumps in the road will occur, the only question is how we "handle them". I believe in helping people recognize their strengths as well as develop better tools to "handle them" more effectively. The more tools we have, the greater the flexibility and the stronger we feel. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 30 years' experience in my private practice and at Sinai Hospital Rehab Center as a clinician and supervisor of clinicians. Thank you for your consideration.
(443) 280-9907
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
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