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Psychologist Therapists in Harford County

Christina M. Jensema, Psychologist  in Bel Air
“I whole-heartedly believe in each individual's unique ability to find their true Self, the person they were meant to become. From a centered existence one is better able to make choices that promote health, supportive relationships, and passionate pursuits. At times, one may find what once was easy has become more difficult. One's emotional and perceptual landscape may become unfamiliar, what one allows others to see may not fit with how one really feels, one's path may become less certain. Therapy provides the acceptance and space with which to find oneself, perhaps for the first time.
Psychologist
(410) 457-7438
Bel Air, Maryland 21014
Alison Hernandez, Psychologist  in Forest Hill
“For over a decade I have been helping children and families to improve the quality of their lives. I frequently see children and adolescents with anxiety, depression, ADHD, OCD, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Learning Disabilities, and a variety of other mental health and/or behavioral struggles. I have also worked with many children who have never been given a mental health diagnosis but are struggling in some area of their life, either socially, academically, or within their own family. My goal is to help you and your family to enjoy every day life and to help you to restore peace in your home.
Psychologist
(443) 569-4004
Forest Hill, Maryland 21050
Sarah Brager, Psychologist  in Bel Air
“I provide child and family therapy and psychological assessment services to children and adolescents. With every family, it is my goal to provide a warm, supportive environment so that you and your child feel comfortable discussing and working on challenging issues. I also conduct psycho-educational assessments with children and adolescents. These assessments are useful when a child is having problems in school or there is concern for how he or she is learning. The evaluation can be instrumental in providing diagnostic clarity, determining an individual's cognitive strengths and weaknesses, and formulating recommendations for educational and/or treatment planning.
Psychologist
(443) 231-4231
Bel Air, Maryland 21015
New Genesis Consulting Services, LLC, Psychologist  in Bel Air
“Dr. James is a recognized thought leader and an accomplished practitioner that has dedicated her career to helping children and families.She functions as the Clinical Director at New Genesis Consulting Services and serves clients in both the Millersville and Bel Air Location. Throughout the years, she has worked with a diverse range of individuals and has previously held positions as a school and community based psychologist, positive behavioral support coach, senior program evaluator, and social science researcher. She also has served on two organizational boards and teaches as an adjunct faculty member.
Psychologist
(410) 734-2068
Bel Air, Maryland 21014
“I have been working within a medical pediatric practice for the duration of my career, and as a result see a number of children and adolescents. Treatment with this population will focus on development, behavioral, academic, social, and family issues. I also see a number of adults on an outpatient basis and greatly value this aspect of my practice of my practice as well. Anxiety, depression, loss, and relationship issues are the primary focus of my work with my adults.
Psychologist
(410) 648-4581
Forest Hill, Maryland 21050
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Paul B. Sheesley, M.A., LCPC, Counselor  in Bel Air
“Therapy isn't education, and it's not advice-giving. Because people are different, elements of therapy require different healing for different people. It's the ability to speak your mind safely to someone who listens, listens intelligently and cares is important. I believe a successful counseling experience depends on the therapist ability to understand and respect the unique concerns, background, and context of each patient. I am committed to achieving such an understanding in every counseling relationship.
(443) 991-7787
Bel Air, Maryland 21014
Father Martin's Ashley, Treatment Facility  in Havre De Grace
“Father Martin's Ashley is a private, non-profit, Joint Commission accredited, 85-bed, inpatient alcoholism drug addiction and chronic pain treatment center located on a picturesque, 147-acre campus on the banks of the Chesapeake Bay in Northern Maryland. Father Martin's Ashley is south of New York City and Philadelphia, and north of Baltimore and Washington, D.C. We offer full medical detox services and our Pain Recovery Program that provides chronic pain treatment for those needing pain management and help to reduce their dependence on opiates and other pain medications. We have tracks for young adults, men and women as well as programs for first treatment and those who have suffered a relapse. We over comprehensive medical services and psychotherapeutic addiction therapy. We have four physicians, over 30 nurses, including full-time pain physician and a full time addiction psychiatrist. We offer holistic therapies including art, music, physical therapy and functional restoration, massage, acupuncture, yoga, recreation and 12 step support meetings. Founded in 1983, we've treated over 40,000 patients and have special weekend programs for families with addicted loved-ones and our Rainbow of Hope program for children living in a home with addiction.
(800) 799-4673
Havre De Grace, Maryland 21078
Alternative Counseling and Wellness Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Churchville
“My goal as a therapist is to help you achieve successful life transitions with greater situational adjustment, overall life functioning, and personal resiliency. As my client, you may be a young adult who struggles with disordered eating, or an older adult facing life threatening illness. Perhaps you are an adult of any age that has recently been diagnosed with an illness that changes your life as you know it. I can help you navigate medical systems, sort through fear based emotions, and support you and your family through the process of getting well to being well.
(443) 991-7457
Churchville, Maryland 21028
Cheryl M Fischer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bel Air
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I believe every person is a unique individual and it is important to consider all of the life factors affecting how each client experiences and thinks about life. Such factors may include family life, work, social environment, social supports, past experiences, physical needs (rest, diet & nutrition, exercise, etc.), spiritual beliefs, and mental well-being. I use methods that best meet each client's individual needs, and encourage my clients to work collaboratively throughout the counseling process.
(866) 947-9967 x101
Bel Air, Maryland 21015
Carol A Levine, Counselor  in Bel Air
“I enjoy facilitating client change by first identifying the fixed thoughts and assumptions that interfere with fulfillment and contentment. Life is challenging, and what we say to ourselves can make coping more difficult. Childhood experiences powerfully impact our self-statements, so you won't leave our sessions without exploring your youth - - what you learned, who loved you, who didn't, and how you interpret it all. Finding personal meaning is also so important. I tailor my approaches to meet the unique needs of the individual, and I attempt to help couples find relief from their destructive cycles.
(240) 821-5116
Bel Air, Maryland 21015
C Scott Dehorty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bel Air
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I want to work with individuals or families who are not living the lives they want to live because of addiction, chronic pain, or mental health issues. I do not believe therapy needs to be a somber or gut-wrenching experience, but it can be uncomfortable. This does not mean it can not also be invigorating and pleasant. I have experience working with people at all different phases of recovery and and will meet you where you need to be met, but plan to help raise you to where you would like to be.
(443) 672-2918
Bel Air, Maryland 21014
Jennifer Kraus,   in Bel Air
“We cater to individuals, teams, corporate groups, schools, families, and people struggling with developmental disabilities, depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, and caregivers.
(410) 394-9530
Bel Air, Maryland 21015
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“As a experienced clinician, I've learned over the years, that If You change your thoughts, You change your world. My goal is to help others view their situations differently as they work towards enhancing skills in the recovery process of their own healing.
(410) 698-1556
Abingdon, Maryland 21009
Jonathan E Drumgoole, Counselor  in Bel Air
“Life throws a lot at us every day. Over time stressors build up, especially in our busy lives. Maybe you are having relationship problems with your spouse or partner and you don't know what to do. Maybe your teenager is doing poorly in school, acting out, or even using drugs. Perhaps you are struggling with depression, anxiety or your spirituality.Life can be overwhelming. Whatever the problem- relief is in your reach. I want to help you reclaim your life, your family, and a healthy future.
(443) 417-1456
Bel Air, Maryland 21014
Carla Nolan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bel Air
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“You will find me a highly enthusiastic therapist with experience working with individuals and families with various backgrounds and concerns. Examples of issues that I have helped others address include balancing work life and personal life, stressors of coping with a chronic illness, survivors of trauma and those who may struggle with loneliness, life challenges and disappointments. I am passionate about caring for people and assisting them in achieving a state of well being, and would welcome the opportunity to help you make your way forward to reach your desired goals.
(410) 885-6834
Bel Air, Maryland 21014
Erin McConnell, Counselor  in Bel Air
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, ATR-BC, LCPC, LCPAT
“Many people are desiring to move forward in their personal and professional lives, and can do so when they have the insights, support, and skills to help them evolve to their full potential. Psychotherapy is an exciting process of exploration in which you can discover the blocks that have kept you from moving out of old patterns. For as the old saying goes, "Knowledge is Power."
(240) 696-4127
Bel Air, Maryland 21014
Ellen Marie Dumer, Counselor  in Bel Air
“The joy of being therapist is working with courageous clients ready to explore their lives. My focus is on the integration of traditional and holistic psychotherapy, along with the exploration of spirituality. My practice is created with the intention of assisting you in living an exceptional life.
(410) 630-4840
Bel Air, Maryland 21015
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Candice T. Thomas, LCSW-C received her Masters Degree in Social Work from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. She is currently licensed in Maryland as a Licensed Certified Social Worker Clinical and licensed in Delaware as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Candice is qualified, registered and Board approved Supervisor with the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners. She has also received an advanced certification in Psychotherapy from The Baltimore Psychotherapy Institute. Candice has conducted individual, family and group therapies with children and adolescents diagnosed with mental health issues for over 10 years.
(410) 514-6459
Churchville, Maryland 21028
Dan Blumenthal, Counselor  in Bel Air
“I focus on collaborating with my clients to build a relationship that is tailored towards the unique needs of each individual. In order for healing to occur, I believe that providing hope and support within a nonjudgmental environment is key. In the therapeutic relationship, I work together with my clients to move towards a higher level of understanding and knowledge of one's self which allows for peace and harmony to thrive.
(410) 709-3569
Bel Air, Maryland 21014
Scot Whitesell, Counselor  in Bel Air
“For over 35 years I have felt the most challenged and successful when engaged with someone who has been avoiding change, all the while knowing they needed to move courageously in the direction of health and healing. I love helping folk find the right road up and out from under the influence(s) of the hurts, habits and hangups in their life...YOU ARE NOT ALONE...come on, let's get after what's bothering you together!
(410) 514-5909
Bel Air, Maryland 21014

Psychologist Therapists
If you're looking for psychology in Harford County or for a Harford County psychologist these professionals provide psychological and clinical services on all aspects of mental health. They include clinical psychologists, school psychologists, child psychologists, forensic psychologists and counseling psychologists.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Harford County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Harford County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Harford County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Harford County or family therapy in Harford County.