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Therapists in Baltimore

Daybreak Psychiatry, Psychiatrist  in Baltimore
“My name is Dr. Alok Rawat. I am a board certified psychiatrist with a focus on helping people with anxiety and mood disorders, serving the downtown Baltimore area, the Ellicott City/Columbia area, and the Bethesda area. I specialize in life-coaching and helping you find a better balance in your life, especially for busy professionals who want a goal-oriented approach to psychiatry. My interventions are evidence based and time limited.I practice Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as life-coaching and motivational techniques, as well as medication management where indicated.
(443) 345-4876
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Thinh Nguyen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I've been blessed to be able to work in this field for over the last 15 years, 8 as a psychotherapist. Over that time I've been able to work with a myriad amount of problems, ranging from anxiety, depression, substance abuse, ADHD in both adults and children, as well as work with families and couples in distress. I personally take great enjoyment in working with people with anxiety based difficulties, having had the greatest success with this population.
(410) 469-7520
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
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.
(410) 881-4309
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
“Leslie Poff is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with extensive experience in providing medication management for individuals in a wide variety of settings, from hospitals and prisons to private offices and churches. Her diagnostic skills and prescriptive privileges enable her to treat a wide variety of psychiatric disorders including but not limited to anxiety, depressive, psychotic, co-occurring and bipolar disorders, ADHD, substance abuse and dependence. Clients who may need psychotropic medication receive education and safe prescription of such medication.
(443) 380-2729
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Patti Friedman, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“The success my clients experience is a direct result of our strong and supportive working alliance where confidentiality is protected, and I am a facilitator. I help my clients find answers for themselves and support them in reaching their goals. Years of clinical hypnotherapy training, and the success my clients achieve in applying relaxation training at work and in their personal lives, has been truly gratifying, as I enjoy teaching relaxation and stress management techniques, and supporting clients with medical and psychological issues. I provide a respectful, highly positive and interactive setting, and constantly encourage my clients personal growth.
(410) 657-8622
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
“I am a child and adolescent psychiatrist. My practice centers around consultation and ongoing treatment of children and adolescents with complicated stories and complex psychiatric presentations. I utilize psycho-pharmacotherapy, parent-management training, and other evidence-based treatment approaches.
(410) 840-7097
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Luna Hammond  in Baltimore
“Why do most people come to a therapist in the first place? Because they want a better life. It's a brave thing to do- to realize that you want more for yourself and to take the step to begin making that wish a reality. Sometimes people come to me with a specific problem, and sometimes just because they're tired of feeling disappointed with life. Whatever the reason, we begin the process by sitting down together and looking at what is bothering you.
(443) 406-4775
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Martha Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Journeying with clients on their path to accomplishing their goals is a privilege. I bring the experience gained from 27 years of therapy practice with children, adolescents and adults to the therapy process with each client. I have a special interest in working with clients who have experienced trauma and are struggling with the symptoms of PTSD, mood disorders and dissociative symptoms. I am trained in EMDR. I can be sensitive to clients who seek to integrate their spiritual faith/beliefs into their journey toward wholeness.
(410) 469-6250 x208
Baltimore, Maryland 21236
“The first step is to hear and understood. Then I collaborate with you to look for patterns, some of which may serve you well, and some of which may interfere with happiness. Stuck thought processes may block awareness and lead to mood problems, while behaviors may sometimes feel uncontrollable. I work with you to understand how thoughts, feelings, and behavior all influence one another. We are also influenced by our genetics and by family and cultural influences, yet we do have choices and we can increase our resilience. I have come to embrace DBT and CBT practices, while bringing in other approaches.
(443) 360-3614
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Thomas Weiss, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“We all encounter difficulties in our lives that can potentially leave us feeling defeated and helpless. Bumps in the road will occur, the only question is how we "handle them". I believe in helping people recognize their strengths as well as develop better tools to "handle them" more effectively. The more tools we have, the greater the flexibility and the stronger we feel. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 30 years' experience in my private practice and at Sinai Hospital Rehab Center as a clinician and supervisor of clinicians. Thank you for your consideration.
(443) 280-9907
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Julie D Lapides, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Traumatic events from years ago can cast a shadow over your life now. You might have disturbing memories or dreams, feelings of insecurity, or overreactions to certain situations. Frequent bouts of sadness may trouble you, as well as relationship troubles. You may have developed coping patterns that helped you for years, but that now interfere with experiencing happiness. I will help you tap into your natural ability to heal and change by providing a supportive environment where you feel that someone else is truly listening. This often decreases the intensity of traumatic feelings within a relatively short period of time.
(410) 650-4858
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Elisa Beckwith, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Everyone has a story. Each one of us is unique and in pursuit of our own personal journey. However, we typically have one thing in common. People need people. Most individuals are innately wired to want to connect with others. Therefore, it is crucial to our survival and well-being that we develop and maintain a positive social support system. This is not always such an easy task, as we tend to let things get in our way. All too often, regrets from the past or worries about the future dictate our general sense of well-being.
(443) 225-4326
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Durwood Whitten, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“At some point, everyone has experienced some sort of emotional distress whether it be the illness or death of a loved one, the pain of a divorce, a traumatic experience from childhood, or even the demands of everyday life. If you're thinking you may need some help to get through something new or something from the past, you're probably right. I want to help. I am extremely dedicated to helping my clients heal, improve their lives, and reach their own personal goals.
(443) 380-2009
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Stephanie C Chupein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LCMFT
“"Building Compassionate Relationships" Do you and your spouse struggle with miscommunication and conflict? Do you sometimes feel out of control of your life and relationship? Are you suffering from anxiety, depression? In our busy and complex world, maintaining strong, supportive relationships and a healthy mindset is key to a satisfying life. With collaboration and respect, I support clients in developing strategies to manage their lives. I work with each client to build on their strengths and to identify and achieve life goals.
(443) 687-7811
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
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.
(410) 656-4993
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, BCD
“Specializing in energizing & enriching lives and relationships. Improving sexual and communication issues.Trauma, stress & anger management. Effective parenting.
(410) 698-6935
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Mayflower Health Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
“Mayflower Health Services is there for your organization to provide quality mental health services to your clients. We provide these services to residential programs such as substance abuse treatment centers, recovery houses, shelters, nursing homes and psychiatric rehabilitation programs (PRP), just to name a few. MHS delivers these services while remaining dedicated to our core values. All staff members have been vetted and approved by our team of clinicians. MHS adapts to the needs of your clients. We aim to remove any barriers to receiving treatment. We provide therapy at various locations including your organizations' facility or in the clients home environment (home visits).
(410) 504-1571
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Cynthia Osborne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“As a Certified Sex Therapist I treat the full range of sexual, relationship and intimacy problems - with heterosexual, gay and transgender individuals and couples. I specialize in treating problematic sexual behavior, sexual compulsivity, impulsivity or sexual addiction. I provide individual, couple and group treatment, and supportive therapy for spouses/partners. Treatment begins with a solid assessment to identify, and then treat, the relevant underlying mechanisms, as any given behavior may be driven by different mechanisms, e.g. depression, anxiety, excessive sexual drive, personality factors, etc. My approach is present-focused and integrates cognitive-behavioral and family systems models.
(443) 380-2598
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Marcy Rynd Ashpes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I bring to my practice 30+ years of experience working with individuals, couples and children. I work with clients struggling with depression and/or anxiety,parenting issues, relationship conflicts, adjustment and life transition difficulties as well as women's issues to include Postpartum depression. My approach is targeted to each individual need, combining cognitive/behavioral and mindfulness approaches with insight centered therapy.
(410) 394-8476
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Kim Witkowski, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Dr. Kim Witkowski, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Maryland and South Carolina with 25 years of clinical experience. Dr. Witkowski's practice is currently located at Inspirit Counseling Services, Inc. at Grace United Methodist Church in Baltimore, Md. assisting clients with resolving trauma, anxiety, panic attacks,depression, relationship issues and life transitions. Also accepting clients with issues related to coping, litigation stress, mood disorders, bipolar disorders, ADD and family conflict. She offers a support group for chronic pain clients.
(410) 346-5978 x161
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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