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Therapists in Baltimore

Caitlin Chana Bilek, Counselor  in Baltimore
Counselor, MA
“Who am I? Who do I want to be? Where do I belong? Are these the questions you are asking yourself? Are you seeking to understand yourself better? My goal is to help you gain clarity and confidence in your own personal identity within your social and cultural context. That means learning to see who you are and what strengths you bring to the world. Becoming an individual means developing independence and confidence in your personality, your values, and your goals. I can help you integrate all the parts that make up YOU. Contact me to find yourself!
(443) 352-0988
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
Moshe L. Miller, Psychological Associate  in Baltimore
“Are you looking for a therapist to help you work through relationship difficulties with your significant other? 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.
(410) 690-7658 x703
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Beginning therapy is difficult, sometimes even frightening. If you are looking for a peaceful space to feel heard, respected and encouraged, or need to explore past experiences and choices, therapy can help. Do you wonder what makes you stay in your job, house, or neighborhood? Have you left a good relationship or remained too long in a dead-end one? Do you long for greater trust and intimacy? Are you plagued by fear, anxiety, and depression? If you are in search of someone who will listen to you in a way that lifts your spirits makes you whole, please call.
(410) 695-4198
Baltimore, Maryland 21217
Nadia Williams, LCPC, Counselor  in Baltimore
“In my practice, I believe in taking a friendly and non-judgmental manner with clients and view therapy as a collaboration. Seeking out a therapist can be a daunting task for anyone and I hope to make clients feel heard and comfortable by personalizing therapy to their needs. I utilize a variety of integrative therapeutic techniques ranging from cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, dialectical behavior therapy, solution-focused, and sex therapy to assist clients facing many difficulties within their lives.
(443) 483-4192
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Edina Stoller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“Has a stressful life event created turmoil in your life? Are there lingering issues that have made the tasks of everyday life more difficult to handle? Are there intense emotions in your household that are preventing the various players from communicating effectively? Are you feeling physically drained due to your emotional stress? If you answered yes to any of the above, this is a good time to choose to seek help. However you are experiencing these difficulties, whether through sadness, anxiety, overwhelm, or discontent, I can help you with moving forward.
(410) 941-0165
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Michael Freedman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, MEd, LCSW-C
“Recovery Counseling Center, LLC has a caring staff of professional and prompt clinicians who work to give you the care that you need without delay. Simply give us a call and you will be in touch with a therapist within one business day or sooner, guaranteed. We work with clients of all ages and each of our therapists has a particular client and issue speciality to best meet your needs. You don't have to wait any longer to get the help that you deserve. We are dedicated to helping you reach recovery and success.
(443) 616-2842
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Jessica Luty Kabrhel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Jamie Metzler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Congratulations on seeking help! You have taken your first step on what is a long but potentially rewarding journey of healing and self-discovery. It takes real courage to face what may be overwhelming fear, despair and self-blame. But you don't have to struggle with the burden of hopelessness alone. Others that suffered in similar ways have gotten help even when therapy has not worked in the past. Whether one struggles with stress, relationship difficulties or with crippling self-doubt, therapy is used to identify barriers and cultivate tools that bring fresh perspective and resources to address the problem at hand.
(443) 396-3230
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Sara Daly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Are you pregnant, or did you recently welcome a baby? Are you concerned about your mood, unsure if you are bonding with your baby, or feeling so overwhelmed that you're not sure how to manage? If so, you are not alone. Life with a new baby is hard. Pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period can be exhausting and overwhelming -- both physically and emotionally. Although many women experience mild mood changes during pregnancy and/or postpartum, up to 25% of women develop more significant symptoms during this time such as depression, anxiety, irritability, and more.
(443) 471-8519
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Paul Giggey, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Finding the right psychotherapist can be challenging. It may be uncomfortable to schedule an initial session without obtaining a sense of what the therapist is like. Please feel free to contact me for any questions you may have about this process or psychotherapy in general. I'd be delighted to help. I'm formally trained in Individual and Couples Psychotherapy, Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment, and Behavioral Medicine (Mind-Body). Psychotherapeutic treatment of disorders related to Anxiety (including Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Panic, Phobias) Depression, Trauma, and Substance Abuse. Specific emphasis in couples and issues related to intimacy. Trained in Divorce Mediation.
(410) 417-6697
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Clarissa E Johns, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCPC
“Grieving the loss of a loved one is the most challenging life event you will ever face. Especially when the bond is so close that it feels like the very air that you breathe has been cut off. I can help you to get through this most troubling period of your life by being real; genuine. I offer empathy with the ability to connect with you, warmth and caring, unconditional positive regard valuing you with the utmost respect and importance. Grieving is an emotional journey that you need not take alone. Let me help you journey to wellness.
(443) 743-3720
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Gray Matter Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I enjoy working with individuals who are looking for ways to handle difficult family dynamics. I also enjoy working with individuals who are trying to identify ways of overcoming their anxiety or depression in order to return to a productive daily life.
(443) 221-6559
Baltimore, Maryland 21286
Jan Trammell-Savin, Pastoral Counselor  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MA, DMin, LGPC
“Throughout our lives, we will be faced with innumerable internal and situational challenges that can leave us feeling depleted, discouraged, and stuck. At times, the wave-like intensity can threaten to overwhelm us. Mindfulness-based counseling offers an opportunity for clients to access their strengths and learn new skills to obtain clarity about the sources of distress, engage effective practices for altering how one relates to that distress, and move purposefully toward valued goals. I have primary experience working with clients dealing with grief, depression, anxiety, and life transitions.
(443) 731-2089
Baltimore, Maryland 21228
Mary-Beth Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWC
“Humans have an amazing capacity to take control of and alter the course of their lives. In my practice we work as a team to make exciting improvements in your personal, emotional, occupational and interpersonal life.
(410) 305-9781
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Behavioral Interface, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
“The practice has clinicians who are dedicated to listening to your problems and are resolved to assist you with finding solutions. Communities that are typically underserved by Federal standards are assisted through Medical Assistance (Medicaid) and Medicare. Many private insurance plans are accepted. While a range of disorders are treated, short-term Anger Management is also provided individually and in group for adults, teen and children. If you have a problem, short-term or long-term, don't hesitate to call or send an email. A friendly staff will respond within the hour. Check out the website for more information. http://www.behavioralinterface.org
(410) 881-4309
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
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.
(410) 871-8497
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
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.
(443) 672-2160
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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
Shlomo Schor, Counselor  in Baltimore
“If you are reading this, it is probably because you are looking for a therapist for yourself or a loved one.. Is something holding you back from enjoying the precious present moment? Are you dealing with chronic anxiety and stress? I look forward to speaking with you. I offer you a welcoming and safe space where you can unburden yourself and learn coping skills that will empower you to be the best you.
(410) 449-7077
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Congratulations! You're moving toward the life you want. Exploring solutions to challenges and making life-transitions takes commitment to your growth. Are you dealing with fear, sadness, anxiety, frustration or depression? Are you looking for ways to balance work, family and your needs? Are the emotional and social impacts of a physical condition becoming overwhelming? Are you looking for help to manage the well being of a loved one? Do you want to better understand your motivations, behaviors and develop ways to get your needs met more effectively? These are a few of the concerns we can explore together.
(410) 983-6673
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
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