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Family Therapy 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.
Family Therapy
(410) 696-4518
Baltimore, Maryland 21217
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.
Family Therapy
(410) 983-3540
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
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!
Family Therapy
(443) 352-0988
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
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.
Family Therapy
(443) 863-9191
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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.
Family Therapy
(410) 554-0099
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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.
Family Therapy
(443) 380-2009
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Cate McCarthy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, PhD
“My personal and professional experiences have taught me that people are inherently capable and resilient. I've also learned that we all struggle, and we all face times when our capacities are overwhelmed by challenging transitions and relationships. Sometimes we are able to find ways to cope on our own. And sometimes we need the support, guidance, and expertise of a skilled therapist to help us find our way. Therapy is not magic. Therapy is discovery: a place to learn about yourself and others and to find new skills to manage the curve balls life throws your way,
Family Therapy
(484) 494-2748
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Lynn Feldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“We all need help from time to time. I can help you understand your difficulties better, including the conflicts inside yourself and the difficulties in relationships. I will help you identify what you are wanting and assist you with the steps to get there, covering the obstacles along the way. If you are having: relationship difficulties, or keep coming back to feelings of depression, anxiety, anger, or are struggling with issues around sexuality, I will help you reduce the pain.
Family Therapy
(410) 218-8819
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Joyce Wolpert, Counselor  in Baltimore
“As you seek a therapist, you probably feel a swirl of anxiety and hope thumping inside. Here you will be welcomed to a safe space as I bring active, compassionate, intelligent listening to our encounter. My 25 years counseling experience focuses me to see and hear what is said and not said.
Family Therapy
(410) 702-4955
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
William Petok, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I have extensive experience working with families, marriages and couples who have problems with sexual function and interaction. In addition, I've taught physicians about human sexuality since 1984.
Family Therapy
(443) 508-8538
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Kier M Johnson, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I believe "Knowledge Is Power"! Knowledge of how to find and apply solutions to deal with confusion, anxiety, depression and other challenging life situations that results in feeling of helplessness or sometimes even hopelessness, is what I have found empowers change. I, your listener, co-pilgrim, and spiritual pastoral counselor am here to facilitate an opportunity for you to regain a sense of understanding self in all of your challenges which will open the doors of love, power and a sound mind!
Family Therapy
(443) 213-0152
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Sophia Cox, Counselor  in Baltimore
“There are times in life when things seem overwhelming and we can't figure out how to get life back on track. When life hits us with those moments it's a difficult but yet empowering step to seek a therapist. Therapy is a partnership which allows a therapist to assist you with the needed skills to work through the difficulties of life. This safe space of therapy allows you the opportunity to be open and explore who you are and who you want to become.
Family Therapy
(443) 365-2716
Baltimore, Maryland 21223
Cheryl Caplan-Zalis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I am a licensed, clinical social worker with an abundance of experience in working with various challenges one may face across a lifespan but a particular interest in working with adolescents and women. When working with teens, whether for addictions, adjustment problems or to ease transitioning from high school or college, family dynamics are considered and provide a valuable platform for successful intervention. Cognitive/behavioral or psychodynamic approaches are used to provide a successful outcome.
Family Therapy
(410) 635-1501
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Yeshe Clarke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, CT
“We all possess natural wisdom, goodness and sanity and already hold within us all that we need to heal ourselves and others. By engaging in mindfulness and loving kindness practices we can take an honest look at who we are and cultivate gentleness and compassion towards ourselves and others. With this as our foundation we can realize that times of difficulty are also opportunities for tremendous growth and discovery.
Family Therapy
(443) 965-9138
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Rebecca Silver, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Life challenges can lead us to feel depressed, anxious, angry, frustrated, helpless, confused and/or exhausted. For many, therapy is an effective tool for working through such challenges as well as increasing coping skills and developing a deeper understanding of oneself. My approach to treatment is to first learn about clients' life experiences, areas of concern, and treatment needs/goals. From there, we work together to develop a connection whereby clients gradually feel safe and comfortable in sharing pieces of their story with me.
Family Therapy
(443) 231-3220
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Noson Berman, Counselor  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MFT, LGPC, AAPC
“Are you having trouble communicating with your spouse, your parents, or your children? Do you want to connect in a meaningful way with your family, friends and, dare I say, yourself? Are you having trouble in school, at work, or just figuring out who you are and where you want to be? I have been involved in the mental health and education fields in various capacities for over 15 years helping people organize their lives, find a self identity, and communicate and connect with others.
Family Therapy
(443) 380-4392
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Renee P Lewis, Pastoral Counselor  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, CAC-AD, LGPC, NCC
“My goal in assisting those who come to me for counseling is to help them find resolution to their problems, purpose for their lives and learning how to live a meaningful spiritual life of their choosing. I believe that everyone has their own spiritual keys, that will unlock their hidden truths. Therefore, it is my job as a therapist to help accompany them on this journey and to search for the answers that are waiting to be discovered and utilized.
Family Therapy
(443) 244-9578
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
John Norris, Counselor  in Baltimore
“My passion is working with clients to find meaning & purpose in life. I can help you find your true path. I also treat depression, anxiety, adjustment problems, substance abuse, life transitions, family, couples / marriage, and spirituality. Clients will find that I am very easy to talk to, very easy-going, and very respectful of your concerns. I will work to engage you in a way that matches your personality and experience, putting you at ease with this process. I will join with you in this process to reach your goals and find the peace and fulfillment you deserve in life.
Family Therapy
(443) 364-9871
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Lisa (Elisheva) Rabinowitz, Counselor  in Baltimore
“BUILDING A STRONG MARRIAGE/RELATIONSHIP REQUIRES THE RIGHT TOOLS-Ask yourself the following questions: Am I struggling with a close relationship?; Am I feeling nervous or scared that my relationship is falling apart or about to end?; Am I feeling unappreciated or disconnected with my partner?; Am I tired of fighting with my partner?; or Am I unhappy? When you learn the right skills and tools to rebuild your relationship then you can: Resolve Issues; Rebuild Trust, Love and Respect; and Move from a place of Feeling Stuck and Blocked to a place of LOVE AND GROWTH.
Family Therapy
(410) 415-1717
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Kristen Simpson, Psychological Associate  in Baltimore
“I have been in practice for over eight years and have worked with a variety of individuals; specializing in those who struggle with anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. If you want to learn why you repeat the same negative patterns, or why you continue to have relationships with the same type of people, psychotherapy could be very beneficial to making positive changes in your life.
Family Therapy
(410) 983-3768
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
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Family Therapy Therapists
If you're looking for family therapy in Baltimore or for a Baltimore family therapist these professionals provide family therapy services and structural family therapy services. They include family therapists and marriage family therapists. Therapists in Baltimore using the techniques of 'family therapy' (also referred to as marriage and family therapy and family counseling) view change in terms of the systems of interaction between family members.

Family relationships often affect psychological well-being and, regardless of the origin of an issue, or whether it may be the "individual" or "family" who is presenting it, involving the family in the solution can be of great benefit. Families participate directly in sessions during which the family therapist helps conversations in a way that draws upon and builds the strengths, wisdom and support of the wider family unit.

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

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