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Depression Therapists in Baltimore

S. Scott Haigley, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I have maintained a general practice approach and enjoy working with a variety of difficulties including childhood disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, OCD, and personality disorders, I have experience working with individuals who have substance abuse problems. My experiences have allowed me to work with a wide range of people. An example of a few areas I have worked with include graduate students, LGBT individuals, and healthcare professionals including those who work in mental health. A recent addition and growing interest is working with individuals who have developed addictions to prescription medication and do not readily fit into the more general substance abuse population.
Depression
(443) 672-2160
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Moshe L. Miller, Psychological Associate  in Baltimore
“Are you looking for a therapist to help you work through difficult life events, anxiety, or depression? Looking for available evening hours and affordable therapy rates? I have a passion for the work that I do in helping those struggling to get through their day, having difficulty with their relationships, or just not feeling themselves any more. I work to help individuals and couples with anxiety, depression, grief/loss, and relationship issues. My other strengths include helping individuals with work problems, family problems, self-esteem and trauma.
Depression
(410) 690-7658 x703
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Nicholas S Windt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
Depression
(443) 348-8954
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Aaron Schneider, Counselor  in Baltimore
“My specialties include working with people who wrestle with depression, anxiety, and addictions.. I also specialize in working with families in conflict and crisis. Finally, I specialize in supporting Jews who are struggling with their religion and identity. I use classical approaches combined with mindfulness, body psychotherapy, and chassidic spirituality.
Depression
(720) 310-2861
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Janet L. Moos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
Depression
(410) 433-3129
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Alison Gartner, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Choosing the right therapist is at least as important as the decision to enter treatment. Self-disclosure and, ultimately change can only occur in an environment in which the patient feels respected, safe, and secure in both the therapist's sincerity and expertise. I bring the maturity, skill and compassion derived from 20+ years of providing therapy for depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, eating disorders, and relationship issues. I am committed to helping my patients recognize and change painful patterns that keep them from fully engaging in healthy relationships, or leave them mired in self-defeating thoughts and behaviors.
Depression
(410) 871-8497
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
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.
Depression
(410) 656-4993
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Craig Rushing, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Craig Rushing, M.A, LCPC has helped individuals gain independence, address problematic issues and have more effective and rewarding relationships since 1996. I worked extensively with adults, couples, families, children and teenagers who suffer with depression; emotional and sexual abuse disorders; addictive behaviors; and other mental illnesses. My office is located on the second floor of Pennington Medical Center. The building has a handicap access entrance when using the elevator on the second floor make a left to enter my office.
Depression
(410) 775-5160
Baltimore, Maryland 21226
Gayle Bohlman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Defining characteristics of my work are my many years of experience, over 25 years in practice, and benefits of a holistic approach incorporating the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects in assessment and treatment. I utilize cognitive and behavioral techniques to assist clients in change. I often integrate the perspectives of Carl Jung in work with developmental issues throughout the life span, and with exploring metaphors and symbols as helpful for growth and healing. I am trained in EMDR. I am certified as a yoga instructor, and incorporate the physiological benefits and philosophical perspectives of yoga in my work.
Depression
(410) 231-3982
Baltimore, Maryland 21286
Lara Chase Wrigley,   in Baltimore
“After working for over 25 years with individuals across all stages of the life span, I have come to believe that we are all capable of healing. In keeping with this premise, I employ a collaborative therapeutic style marked by warmth, empathy and respect. My approach seeks to identify and alter patterns that impede the development of a harmonious self, while assisting individuals to discover their intrinsic strengths. I have a strong interest in Interpersonal Neurobiology. Interpersonal Neurobiology seeks to identify convergent findings across multiple domains of science in order to promote health in our minds, bodies and relationships.
Depression
(410) 305-9483
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Patricia L Wick, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Licensed as a psychologist in Maryland since 1990, I specialize in working with adults and adolescents who are struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, eating disorders, adjustment disorders, and women's issues. Working from a holistic framework, I help people identify patterns, developed through early relationships and experiences, which recur throughout a person's life, focusing on strengths as well as problems and challenges. I believe that developing a genuine, authentic therapeutic alliance between therapist and client is an essential key to growth, healing, and change.
Depression
(443) 541-5187
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Denise Supik, Counselor  in Baltimore
“How long has it been since you've felt joy? Have you ever felt empty, as though a part of you is missing? Are you often disappointed in your relationships? In an effort to fill the void, do you find yourself turning to food, overworking, or shopping, but without relief? Are you so hard on yourself that you find it difficult to risk change? In our very busy world, we often lose touch with ourselves and our own healing abilities. We can often feel as though we're caught up in a whirlwind, helpless to get out.
Depression
(443) 731-6926
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Kasey Serdar, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you feeling stuck or lost? Feeling down, anxious, or confused? Therapy can help you find your way when you are not sure how to move forward in life. We all have times when we feel stuck in patterns that do not benefit us. Therapy can help you navigate these periods so you can live the life you are meant to live. All life experiences (both positive and negative), provide opportunities for learning, growth, and healing. We move towards growth when we take the time and muster the courage to look at ourselves in depth.
Depression
(804) 451-6893
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.
Depression
(410) 412-3611
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
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.
Depression
(443) 376-7878
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
“My expertise is in the area of diagnosis and psychopharmacology. My office is a private practice setting and there is strong staff support for scheduling, medication refills, and for consultation with referring therapists . I have more than 30 years experience in the field and have an interest and involvement in pharmacology research through my company, Pharmasite Research. I have numerous publications in the field of psychopharmacology and lecture frequently in the area of psychopharmacology.
Depression
(410) 942-9587
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.
Depression
(410) 205-1723
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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.
Depression
(410) 690-4996
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Lashaunna Lipscomb, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Most people contemplate therapy at a point where life's stressors have become so intense that talking about these things can be very difficult and even embarrassing. However, making a decision to seek therapy is an act that reflects a great deal of humility and self-love. If you or your family have been experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, or grief, my practice is well experienced in helping you during this healing process. Additionally, I have worked with families who were experiencing conflict due to separation, divorce, child welfare involvement, exposure to trauma, or just non-compliant/defiant behavior.
Depression
(518) 633-4236
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Denise Moreault, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“My practice is broad-based and I enjoy working within relationship contexts. The techniques I use include cognitive-behavioral, family/relationship dynamics and communication skill building, stress management and building coping strategies. I have particular expertise in diagnosis and treatment of mood disorders eg. anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorders, and ADHD in both adults and children. I enjoy doing enhancement and preventive work in marriage, couples, and parenting. I accept most insurance plans and do the paperwork for you.
Depression
(410) 417-7965
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
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