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Therapists in Baltimore

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
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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
Dr. Breuer, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you looking for an experienced therapist that has flexible weekend and evening hours? Are you concerned about your child or loved one and looking for a professional to help? Are you feeling overwhelmed, under-loved or under-appreciated in your relationship? I custom-tailor therapy to fit my clients' individual needs and have many years of experience helping individuals, couples, and families move from distress to happiness.
(410) 695-6178
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Jessica Luty Kabrhel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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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
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
John Michael Hayes, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“People consult therapists for many reasons. Being a psychotherapist is a great privilege - to meet people at critical times, to come to know them deeply, and to help them sort out bewildering, sometimes frightening, often painful thoughts and feelings. Therapy is about relationships, past and present, and especially our relationship to our own interior. It's been my life's work to help people know themselves and make better decisions about their lives. I'm happy to see anyone, with the will, integrity, and courage to open up and work on themselves in depth.
(410) 206-6410
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Jodie M Gordon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I work with adolescents, young adults and families to guide them to successfully maneuver through today's very stressful social and relational pressures. I believe that by evaluating ourselves and our relationships we can begin to establish a balanced perspective of our lives. In my experience I have found that by identifying and correcting areas where perception is distorted people are able to move out of their behavior patterns that keep them "stuck and stagnate." This in turn enables people to have healthier relationships and a stronger sense of self.
(443) 218-2842
Baltimore, Maryland 21210, Psychologist  in Baltimore
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(855) 957-3825
Baltimore, Maryland 21229
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
Harriette E Wimms, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Life comes with ups and downs. Sometimes exciting and joyous, life can also include stressful moments, frustrating times, unexpected change, and uncertainty. During those difficult times; a helping hand, a kind word, and support can bring hope, resilience, and peace of mind back into your life. This is why we created The Village Family Support Center of Baltimore. We are here to support you and your family during the good times and the challenging ones. By focusing on your strengths and the potential of the future, we can help you find hope and promote positive change.
(443) 731-2090
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Ana Lucia G Maciel, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Welcome to my practice! Native of Brazil and a licensed physician (CREMERS 8848) and board certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist there, I have adopted Baltimore and the USA as my country of residence since 1989. In this country I am a psychotherapist, a licensed clinical professional counselor. I have worked in the mental health field for over 34 years and it is my passion. My practice is focused on assisting my clients (children, adolescents, families and adults) to achieve their full potential. I am fluent in English, Portuguese and Spanish. Call me so we can arrange an appointment.
(410) 777-8885
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Eileen A Epstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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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
Robert Castle, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Meaningful personal growth and self-efficacy can be realized by any person, couple or family in the face of personal challenges. These can be internal (despair, depression, grief, anger, or anxiety), external (lack of supportive relationships, disharmony), and interactive (blaming, perceptions and reciprocal reactions to each other's behaviors). How well you manage to cope, survive and eventually thrive in the midst of these challenges can be aided by establishing a genuine collaboration with a competent therapist, and learning to manage the thoughts, moods, and behaviors that affect the heart and soul of the individual, the couple, and family.
(410) 702-5138
Baltimore, Maryland 21236
Stephanie C Chupein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Baltimore
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LCMFT
“"Building Compassionate Relationships" Do you and your spouse struggle with miscommunication and conflict? Do you sometimes feel out of control of your life and relationship? Are you suffering from anxiety, depression? In our busy and complex world, maintaining strong, supportive relationships and a healthy mindset is key to a satisfying life. With collaboration and respect, I support clients in developing strategies to manage their lives. I work with each client to build on their strengths and to identify and achieve life goals.
(443) 687-7811
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Michael Slevin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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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
Nicholas S Windt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Are you having difficulty with the relationships in your life? Are you struggling to make progress with your goals? Is it hard for you to find meaning in your daily living? I firmly believe that before any psychological theory or technique can be helpful, a therapeutic relationship must be established. I see the relationship between a client and therapist as a collaborative partnership. I work hard to create an engaging and supportive environment where you can let down your guard and speak freely so that we can then get to work on creating the change you are looking for.
(443) 348-8954
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Nikolay Sergeevykh, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I am a therapist with over 13 years of experience. I provide individual, couple, and family counseling and psychotherapy. I am experienced in providing therapy to children, adolescents, and their families in addition to counseling adults. I have been helping clients with serious behavioral and emotional challenges and well-functioning clients. I have worked with clients with adoption and acculturation challenges. I have background in outpatient psychotherapy, treatment foster care, and residential treatment. I like to help people overcome adversity and achieve their potential.
(410) 696-7665
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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
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
Janet L. Moos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Being able to provide good therapy requires that the therapist has a strong knowledge base and a good set of skills. My education and training and 30 years of experience in the field are central to my ability to help you. I have degrees from Harvard University and University of Michigan. I also have experience with Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and training in family and couples therapy through the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic. In addition, I completed a Fellowship at the Baltimore-Washington Psychoanalytic Institute.
(410) 433-3129
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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