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Therapists in Baltimore

Jermel A Gilliam, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW
“Pastoral counseling is an opportunity to integrate clinical counseling with pastoral, theological, and spiritual challenges. I value the dignity and worth of people who may be experiencing such mental health encounters. My approach to Pastoral Counseling, from an ecumenical perspective, includes the recognition of one's strengths in life and their applications to present day challenges. I use an integrated style of Therapy, with the utilization of Spirituality at the center. From there, we "peel the onion" to enter into greater depths where lasting changes are made.
(410) 696-4518
Baltimore, Maryland 21217
Marlon Tinker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, CAC-AD
“Sometimes in life you encounter problems that overwhelm your ability to cope. The experience can leave you feeling desperate, lonely, and stressed out. I provide a caring and non-judgmental place for you to talk about what is troubling you. I will help you identify the problem, explore solutions, and implement a change plan. I can't promise a perfect life, but I can engage you in a collaborative work alliance where you will have the opportunity to tap into your own power source, identify personal strengths and environmental resources, and identify and implement a plan to not only cope but also to thrive.
(410) 709-3886
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, C
“I honor you for loving yourself enough to seek counseling. I believe that each of us want to achieve a sense of peace, stability and happiness in our lives. Life can be a beautiful experience; however, at some point, we will experience a challenge that can rock our world and affect our ability to achieve this goal. If you feel this way you are not alone. You are human. As your therapist, we'll work together to help you feel better, think clearer and resolve your matter. I am compassionate, skilled and work diligently to bring out the best in all people and their situations.
(443) 483-4175
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Dana Sohlberg, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Have you ever wondered how to take that next step to get your life going in a new direction? Are you seeking to improve how you feel about yourself and the world around you, but are just not sure how to get started? Counseling can help address anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, and other mental health problems. Entering a therapeutic relationship can help you gain love of self, improve relationships, and lead to more confident decision making. We are each individuals dealing with our own life struggles. Every problem is unique and will have it's own unique solution.
(443) 992-7082
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt, Treatment Facility  in Baltimore
“The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt, located in the beautiful suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland, offers comprehensive care for individuals and families impacted by eating disorders. Under the leadership of Harry Brandt, M.D. and Steven Crawford, M.D. the Center has remained a national leader in evidenced-based treatment since 1989 and offers a full continuum of care not found anywhere else in the region. Our treatment philosophy is guided by research and best-practices which means our program is firmly rooted in evidence-based treatments including nutritional rehabilitation, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectic behavior therapy (DBT), family-based treatment (FBT) and collaboration with caregivers and families. It's common for individuals with eating disorders to struggle with co-occurring mood and anxiety disorders. Our programs address these issues concurrently with the eating disorder to promote holistic recovery. Additional specialized treatment tracks provide focused support for individuals with co-occurring trauma and/or substance abuse disorders.
(410) 983-3540
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Kimberly M. Ewing, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“We live in a time when everything is moving and changing quickly. It may seem that we can't afford to slow down, and tune into our lives. But, when things begin to fall apart and habits we used to swear by no longer work, we need to stop. We must discern whether we are living by choice, or by habit. At these times, we often feel anxious, depressed, can't sleep, or take on self-defeating behaviors in an attempt to cope. We aren't sure how we got here, or what to do about it.
(443) 219-1683
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Caitlin Chana Hill, 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
“I am a Board Certified Physician-Psychiatrist with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of non-fault medical conditions of the brain. I am also a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry the University of Maryland School of Medicine. My work with each patient is based on the symptoms experienced by him or her as a unique individual, as a member of a family or community, and as a product of their value systems, culture and life experiences. We will work together to achieve the best possible mental health outcomes.
(410) 983-6558
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Carrie Carlevaro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Hello, and welcome. I bring a holistic approach to my therapy practice, including both Western principles and Eastern philosophies. At the root of my practice, I believe that suffering is a universal experience which, when approached with compassion, can provide us with opportunities for growth.
(443) 536-0380
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Michael Reeder, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I take a holistic approach that incorporates mind, body, and spirit. I believe it's important to integrate life meaning into counseling. I'll work with you to set goals and the proper pacing of therapy. Therapy is a collaboration, as ultimately the power to change rests within you. I emphasize unconditional positive regard, respect, a safe and caring therapeutic relationship, individual strengths, and taking control over choices.
(877) 823-3439
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Terrence Alspaugh, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Finding solutions, achieving goals, discovering strengths, improving relationships - to reach such positive objectives, I use an integrated therapeutic approach that draws upon evidence-based treatment interventions and creative modalities tailored to the unique needs of the individual. With over 20 years of counseling experience, I work with a broad spectrum of clients and client issues: ADHD, child & adolescent/parent conflicts, family therapy, couples counseling, anger management, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, social skills training, and parenting education. To see couples tips on my television interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_DBQzeQaFY
(443) 695-6810
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Amanda Morgan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“AS OF MARCH 1, 2015, I AM ONLY ACCEPTING CLIENTS WITH PARENTING CONCERNS. Human beings have emotional connections that can make for challenging experiences. Every person has the capacity to improve using their own internal resources. My clients want the best for themselves and their families. With guidance, they are able to transform old beliefs into new habits & behaviors. I believe firmly in the power of authenticity, and I help clients heal through past issues to become more intentional for themselves. My ideal client wants healthier relationships, a stronger emotional self, and to achieve their goals and dreams.
(443) 863-9191
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Ari Blum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Does this describe your child: struggling with worry or sadness, trouble concentrating and frequently frustrated, difficulty regulating mood and often irritable or having tantrums, disruptive behaviors at home and school? You are not alone. Many children struggle with anxiety, depression, and disruptive behavior. There is hope. With help, your child can learn skills and strategies to overcome these issues. As a parent, you can learn techniques and interventions to support your child to be their best.
(443) 666-3318
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Stacey Uebersax, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“In my practice, I work with children, adolescents and adults facing challenges such as eating disorders, depression and anxiety, as well as a variety of other mental health concerns. Research shows that an authentic and caring therapeutic relationship, coupled with evidence based treatments, provides a strong foundation for success. My approach to therapy is integrative, collaborative and individualized. My goal is to help you determine what is causing and maintaining current problems and how to make necessary changes in thoughts, feelings and behaviors, leading to enduring change and resulting in greater health and happiness.
(410) 554-0099
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Patsy Beth Milner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“My patients would say that I am warm, engaging, creative, and non-judgemental. Therapy for me is an interactive relationship.I am not the kind of therapist who sits there, shakes her head, and says tell me more. My goal is to give you tools to figure out how to make your life work for you. One of my best traits is my availability. I return calls promptly and will spend after hours on the phone .Many patients have told me that I am the first therapist who ever helped them...and that is what my job is about.
(410) 367-3811
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Dr. Ringel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I have extensive expertise in relationship conflicts, trauma, grief and loss. I utilize early attachment disruptions in working with individuals and couples. My training in dynamic and relational perspectives contributes to deep listening and insight into relationship patterns, belief systems, and early attachment experience. I believe in the connection between body, mind and emotions, and integrate mindfulness contemplation and bodily awareness in my work. I have been a therapist for over 20 years, have taught and supervised students and therapists and presented my work in national conferences. I welcome clinicians, students, artists and writers. Included below are client testimonials:
(410) 793-1493
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Ann V Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“Hello, I am a clinical social worker with over 16 years of experience, including work in outpatient psychiatry settings, university counseling centers, EAPs, and in private practice. I work with adults challenged with anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, childhood adversities, and phase of life transitions. Such challenges can leave us feeling inadequate, insecure, and with diminished self-worth. Clients say I have encouraged them to heal and grow through helping to increase self-awareness, identify strengths, by helping to develop new habits of thinking and behaving, and by viewing life with a new perspective.
(443) 219-3463 x104
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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
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 21202
Joyce L Ashford, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Pastoral counseling is a discipline that seeks to integrate psychotherapy and spirituality. I provide the opportunity to explore losses, doubts and questions in a caring, non-judgmental setting that honors your faith experience. I invite you to sort out, clarify, and affirm your beliefs and values while at the same time benefiting from my clinical training in mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, relationships, addictions, anger, grief, etc.
(410) 346-5351
Baltimore, Maryland 21217
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