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Grief Therapists in Baltimore
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Yeshe Clarke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, CT
“We all possess natural wisdom, goodness and sanity and already hold within us all that we need to heal ourselves and others. By engaging in mindfulness and loving kindness practices we can take an honest look at who we are and cultivate gentleness and compassion towards ourselves and others. With this as our foundation we can realize that times of difficulty and loss are also opportunities for tremendous growth and discovery.
Grief
(443) 965-9138
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Christine Kuhlman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Do you feel anxious? Are you worried about certain things or everything? Are you depressed? Is it hard to find energy and a reason for living? Have you lost a loved one? Are you in mourning? Do you have trouble focusing? Do you find people in your life saying that you make poor choices, forget, or don't listen? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you may want to consider psychotherapy. We do not find the truth of our lives alone- we find them with one another...and therapy can be a way to do just that!
Grief
(443) 681-7124
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Abundant Living Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I provide therapy for individuals and couples and specialize in areas of grief and bereavement, anxiety and depression, premarital and relationship/marital counseling and stress/anger management. In addition, I provide coaching for individuals who need support in developing plans to achieve personal goals.
Grief
(410) 635-4252
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Nyasha Grayman-Simpson, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Anticipate Accepting Clients January 2014 - As a Christian-centered womanist advisor, my goal is to help African American 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. My consultancy focuses specifically on African American women's stress emanating from: (1) Life Transitions (2) Loss (including grief and bereavement), (3) Religious/Spirituality Issues
Grief
(443) 492-9900
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
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.
Grief
(410) 538-2597
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
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.
Grief
(410) 489-1385
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
Grief
(410) 690-4732
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Liza Hicks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I trust that finding a therapist is challenging and can be overwhelming. I am a caring, supportive, intelligent and well trained therapist. I am committed to helping people overcome challenges and pain in their lives.
Grief
(443) 406-2363
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Mimi Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“My ideal client is age 20-90, either male or female. Some of my strongest specialities include anxiety disorders, grief and loss issues, couples therapy including gay and lesbians. Hypnotherapy for habitual behaviors is also of interest. I use some humor in my therapy sessions, when appropriate, and I believe that every person has a healthy core upon which to build in therapy.
Grief
(443) 334-8751
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21234
John Knight, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Welcome! If you come new to counseling, you may feel uncomfortable with your step toward hope. I will work with you using well tested techniques to promote your wellbeing. Through Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other modalities, I promote healing in a stable setting. We will develop goals and a treatment plan drawing from your strengths and values. Working together, we will address emotions and behaviors to help you find a balance that includes acceptance and resiliency. I am currently accepting individuals, couples, and families starting at the age of 8. Some Saturday appointments available.
Grief
(443) 737-4365
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Dr. Ringel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
Grief
(410) 793-1493
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Susan Jacobson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, CGP
“I have been in practice since 1977, working with adults and adolescents to deal with depression, anxiety, social inhibition, relationship dissatisfaction, and patterns of behavior that don't result in happiness, success, and contentment. My approach is interpersonal and experiential. The client and I pay attention to our reactions to one another as we explore his/her concerns, using the relationship we develop as a laboratory in which to learn about the beliefs, fears, and unconscious motivations that stand in the way of full self-expression and authenticity.
Grief
(410) 205-1381
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Dorcas K. Hutton, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I provide a safe place for you to discuss your issues. I work with clients on life transitions, relationship issues, anger management, grief and loss, parenting, and childhood trauma. My treatment approach is a combination of cognitive-behavior, solution-focused, and family systems. My goal is to bring hope to your situation and help you construct positive changes in your life's journey.
Grief
(443) 692-7936
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Victoria S. Young, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-C
“Are the memories of the past holding you back from living your life to the fullest? Do you need help navigating relationships? Do you feel confused by your own behaviors or feelings? Have you experienced significant losses in your life? I have helped thousands of people cope with severe traumas including (but not limited to) child abuse and/or sexual assault; Major losses including loss of a spouse, child or parent; Mental illnesses such as depression, obsessive compulsive disorder and bipolar disorder. I offer a non-judgmental atmosphere emphasizing compassion and empathy in building a trusting relationship.
Grief
(410) 927-6221
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Valerie R McManus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Specializing in intuitive therapy allows for a powerful deepening of the therapeutic process. Through the Healing Therapies practice, I offer the support and treatment needed to empower clients to move through challenges with a greater sense of peace, balance and confidence.
Grief
(410) 465-8687
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Bernadette D Lavin, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I believe that providing a safe, nonthreatening environment is key to learning how individuals function when faced with various life stressors. Listening for the depth, richness, and textures that a client experiences in his or her life will open doors to understanding and building a healthy client-therapist relationship. The psychodynamic approach stresses the importance of the unconscious mind and the client's history. These two elements are key to working with most individuals. Visiting a client's memories will provide helpful information and hints to obstacles which need to be overcome before healing can occur.
Grief
(410) 489-1451
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Barbara Jean Thompson, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Life can be challenging, confusing and painful - it can also be full of meaning, satisfaction, and joy. It takes courage to recognize that something needs to be different to have the life you want. Whether you need help making a decision, support after a difficult transition such as a divorce or loss, or are suffering but unsure of what or how to change, I will strive to meet you where you are with compassion, a toolbox of various strategies and techniques and a commitment to working collaboratively and flexibly with you on your personal journey of change.
Grief
(443) 203-4954
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
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.
Grief
(410) 415-1717
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
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.
Grief
(410) 412-3611
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Marilyn Lydia Martin, Psychiatrist  in Baltimore
“As a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst I feel privileged to work with people on their journey to discoverying how they can live more fulfilling lives. I practice psychiatry, psychoanalysis and psychopharmacology, and find that when people seek me out they are coping to the best of their current abilities. Therapy and or medication, with courage and hard work and an empathic clinician by their side may give them the opportunity to make new and healthier choices in their lives.
Grief
(410) 701-0956
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
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