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Therapists in Frederick

Erica Burns, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, RYT
“I believe in using a variety of therapeutic techniques and modalities to meet my client's needs. A therapeutic style of particular interest to me is Dialectical Behavior Therapy, which incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Techniques with Mindfulness Awareness. I have found this method very effective for a variety of clients including those presenting with issues of depression, anxiety, self-harm, borderline disorder and sexual abuse survivors. In addition to working with individuals I enjoy working with couples. I utilize Imago couples counseling techniques to facilitate sessions with couples striving for improvements in their relationship.
(202) 688-0747
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Tracy Blood, Psychologist  in Frederick
“Traditionally, therapy has been thought of as an intervention for those who suffer from serious emotional illnesses. However, therapy can also be a tool used to enhance life, even for those who seem happy, and not in need of intervention. Fortunately there are no upper limits on the positive changes that can be made in our lives. My goal is to work with those who want to improve themselves, their circumstances and/or their relationships. Whether you are dealing with more serious emotional difficulties, or want to enhance what you already have, I can help.
(301) 679-7813
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Kathi L Kopacz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I have 30+ years of experience working with individuals in psychotherapy. I provide a safe and collaborative environment in which we can develop a relationship that promotes healing of the self. Therapy is art as well as science, and I combine compassion and intuition with a solid theoretical base to provide treatment that encourages personal development. I believe our early experiences influence the way that we process our later experiences, and therapy can change how we understand our lives so that our responses can become more adaptive and healthy to live happier, more fulfilling lives.
(301) 704-3546
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Jamie H Eaton, Counselor  in Frederick
“You're here. Congratulations on making the first step in addressing those issues that have been getting in the way of the full enjoyment of your life! The most important factor in successful therapy is the client/therapist relationship, and I believe you will find me to be a welcoming, knowledgeable, and comfortable presence in your process toward healing and wholeness. As a clinically trained pastoral counselor, I enjoy walking alongside clients in their journey toward healing, with an understanding that each of us are individuals with unique strengths and attributes. We will work together to develop your strengths into tools for healing and wholeness.
(240) 566-5201
Frederick, Maryland 21702
Belinda Gruber, Pastoral Counselor  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MA, LCCC, LPC
“Temperament is the inborn nature of each person determining how each interacts and reacts with people, circumstances, environments, situations, and the world. Temperament is who we are on the inside, what the Bible calls "the inner man". When temperament needs are being met by healthy and Godly means, stress, anxiety and related problems are greatly reduced. Some of the problems related to stress and anxiety are: depression, dissatisfaction, loneliness, fear, frustration, anger, marriage and family problems, poor work performance, exhaustion and inter/intra personal conflicts.
(301) 710-9299
Frederick, Maryland 21704
Allison Griffin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Life can bring us many ups and downs, which often leaves us feeling confused, overwhelmed and out of control. I believe you have an ability to identify solutions to your problems, but may have become stuck. I will assist you to identify your strengths and work on your personal goals, to feel empowered and move forward in your life. Through a collaborative approach I use a strengths-based approach using cognitive behavior techniques,mindfulness,and play therapy with children. I provide a safe and confidential setting where you feel understood and validated.
(301) 533-7491
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Michael Wagner, Psychologist  in Frederick
“I received my doctorate in clinical psychology from the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, where my research and doctoral dissertation focused on facilitating adaptive identity formation. I am particularly interested in working with individuals experiencing difficulties related to life transitions including: attending school, changing homes, employment opportunities, developing or maintaining interpersonal relationships, raising children, establishing group identities and aging. Psychological symptoms commonly treated within this context are anxiety, anger, depression, trauma reactions, relational problems and addictions. I believe that the most efficient treatment requires accurately matching specific interventions to each person's unique concerns and goals (assessment is critical).
(240) 256-3153 x111
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Susan Quinn Mason, Counselor  in Frederick
“Life brings changes and challenges, some expected, some unexpected, any of which can cause stress, discomfort, or pain. Often these issues leave you feeling isolated and alone. As a therapist, it is my most sincere desire to develop a supportive, trusting, and caring relationship with my adult clients and to instill hope. I bring a diversity of life experiences to my practice in working with adults, with an emphasis on, but not limited to, women's issues and transitional life issues, endings and beginnings. My goal and my passion is to help and support you along your journey.
(301) 401-0511
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Elise G Abromson, Psychologist  in Frederick
“My ability to easily relate with and connect to children and teens provides them with a comfortable space in which they can express themselves. Working with individuals and families is my passion. I believe that each child is an individual with individual needs; therefore, each treatment plan is customized to meet the unique needs of your child and family. My goal is to help children and families learn the skills necessary to have healthy, happy lives.
(301) 712-9015 x1018
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Lorena Ripoll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LGSW, NBCCH
“Asking for help is not easy. It takes an immense amount of courage to step into a stranger's office and share your story with them. As a therapist, earning my client's trust and working with them to find solutions that can improve their life is a great honor. I work with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a range of issues including sexual addiction, couples and family conflict, developmental disabilities, codependency, anxiety, and depression.
(301) 768-4862
Frederick, Maryland 21702
Laura A. Michie,   in Frederick
“I provide speech language therapy to infants, children, adolescents, and adults. My specialties include developmental delay, articulation and language disorder, motor speech disorder, fluency (stuttering) and voice (vocal nodules) disorders, and cognitive language disorder as a result of stroke or traumatic brain injury. I treat progressive neurological disorders (parkinson's disease, MS) and memory disorders (alzheimers, dementia). I work with families and caregivers regarding acceptance, adaptation, and decisions about communication and swallowing. My mission is to teach my clients and their families to advocate for full participation in communication in the community.
(301) 355-2259
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Bradford Wye, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW
“My approach to the therapeutic alliance is gentle and playful, yet direct. Therapy can be a fascinating journey of discovery and self-awareness that can be hard but empowering, like exercising or completing a task. My mission is to help you be resilient and respond confidently to people and situations. I am experienced in brief solution-focused therapy; cognitive-behavioral therapy for a variety of issues (anger, anxiety and grief, depression, etc.); men's and adolescent's issues; substance use; Mindfulness; Jungian therapy; hypnosis; trauma and PTSD; and couples and relationship skills. Give yourself the gift of clarity and transformation.
(301) 660-2053
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Steven R Crites, Counselor  in Frederick
“The majority of my clients are working with their issues surrounding alcohol/drug abuse/dependency and co-occurring mental health issues, predominately depression and anxiety. The commonality these clients possess is the recognition/need to terminate their alcohol and/or drug consumption and address their mental health issues responsible for the distress they are currently experiencing. Honesty, open mindedness, and an unfettered willingness for inquiry are ideal client characteristics; these help develop the atmosphere of trust, so vital in the therapeutic relationship.
(301) 547-3342 x308
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Kelly L Forys, Psychologist  in Frederick
“Is something in your life not working as well as you would like? Are you stressed out? Depressed? Coping with a chronic condition? Overwhelmed? Want to make a change to a healthier lifestyle but don't know where to start? Each individual is complex and unique, which is why a holistic approach to addressing thoughts, emotions, and physical health is essential. With my expertise and training, I can help you move forward on the spectrum to better health and well being. Please visit my website www.myhealthpsychologist.com for more information about my practice.
(240) 293-0727
Frederick, Maryland 21701
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“You're here likely because your usual way of coping is not working for you now. Or perhaps the change you'd like to experience is taking longer than you want. Let me give you a safe place to talk out your dreams, your fears, your struggles. Let me empower you with increased insight, compassionate support, and resources to promote the change you want to see. Together we can effect chage.
(301) 637-5236
Frederick, Maryland 21702
Carol van Doorn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Are you ready to move toward greater happiness and improve your overall well-being? I believe that healing and growth are possible for anyone. Confronting and moving through longstanding issues allows us to grow and gain lasting happiness. I work sensitively with clients to discover their strengths and areas for growth. With a calm manner and collaborative spirit, I have extensive experience assisting others as they adapt to major and minor life events.
(301) 685-0746
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Tanya Mundo, Counselor  in Frederick
“Welcome and thank you for visiting me here! I know that it can be difficult to reach out to a professional, but I congratulate you on making the decision to make the most important investment of all: the investment in YOU! I am both a therapist and a coach and have had the privilege of working with many individuals, groups, and families since 1995. My focus in both coaching and therapy is to help you identify those areas in your life that are holding you back from living the life you deserve, and to help you create practical solutions.
(240) 428-2759
Frederick, Maryland 21704
Alex Mirabelli, Psychologist  in Frederick
“Understanding how the brain processes information to affect emotions, behavior, and learning is my specialty. Determining your current abilities, strengths, and weaknesses is often the first step in gathering the right information to help you move forward in life. I offer psychological testing and therapy for children and adults of all ages. With the right information, you can understand more about the way you think, feel, learn, and behave to achieve your potential.
(301) 979-9194 x14
Frederick, Maryland 21702
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I am experienced and versatile in treating addictions, with a multi-faceted approach that respects clients where they are -- from first-time clients to chronic relapsers. I advocate for encompassing family-oriented support & treatment of addiction, beginning with the evaluation to completing a continuing care plan that prepares the client and family to move forward after discharge from services. I offer pre-trial, court-ordered, voluntary and EAP-referred clients the optimal environment for flexibility in planning, scheduling & delivering commitment to your recovery. I co-ordinate care and make referrals for inpatient treatment, IOP, and continuing care relapse prevention services.
(301) 358-3570
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Jane E Sachs, Psychologist  in Frederick
“It's important to try to convey something about how I work. 20 years of experience, however, suggest that efforts to describe therapy rarely do it justice. That's because therapy is experiential: in other words, "you have to be there." For this reason, I usually like to give people the opportunity to "try me out" by meeting 2-3 times initially, so that you can get a sense of whether you're comfortable and so that I can see if I think I can be helpful. Therapy isn't education, and it's not advice-giving. It's its own kind of experience. Because people are different, different elements of therapy are healing for different people. For some, it's being able to speak your mind safely to someone who really listens, listens intelligently, and cares. For others, it's about understanding your history, how you got to be where you are. For still others, it's being asked to look honestly at yourself, and for some, it's noticing and understanding your experience of me as an example of how you are with other people. All are possible routes to change.
(301) 288-1963
Frederick, Maryland 21701

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