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Therapists in Baltimore

Jessica Spiegel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Mental pain is less dramatic than physical pain, but it is more common and harder to bear. The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain increases the burden: it is easier to say 'My tooth is aching' than to say 'My heart is broken'." C.S. Lewis, The Problem of Pain. This quote resonates with me as it so accurately reflects the difficulty of sharing mental pain. My goal is to provide a safe place for clients to relieve this burden and reclaim their lives.
(301) 841-6795
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
John D Gartner, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I've been practicing psychotherapy and teaching psychiatrists at Johns Hopkins University Medical School for over twenty years. My areas of specialization are Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Bipolar Disorder, and Depression Borderlines have problems with impulsivity, mood swing, unstable relationships, and self destructive behaviors. Despite the seriousness of the condition, contrary to the stereotype, BPD is treatable, and I've had good outcomes in the vast majority of cases. It's intensive long term work, but with a properly trained therapist and a motivated patient the prognosis is good.
(410) 305-9221
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Marilyn Lydia Martin, Psychiatrist  in Baltimore
“As a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst I feel privileged to work with people on their journey to discoverying how they can live more fulfilling lives. I practice psychiatry, psychoanalysis and psychopharmacology, and find that when people seek me out they are coping to the best of their current abilities. Therapy and or medication, with courage and hard work and an empathic clinician by their side may give them the opportunity to make new and healthier choices in their lives.
(410) 701-0956
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
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
Andrea Rackowski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-C
“Andrea is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in individual psychotherapy with adults and young adults. In her practice she focuses on identifying and nourishing each individual's inner strengths in order to help them heal and develop new capacities for growth. Using mindfulness and relaxation techniques, as well as active listening and traditional psychotherapy, she works as a guide for individuals to unlock their own innate capacity to heal.
(410) 457-7547
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Joseph Tropper, Counselor  in Baltimore
“If you found this page it's because you're contemplating getting help for yourself or a loved one. Congratulations on taking the next step, it takes much bravery to face a personal or family problem. The good news is that I have seen clients commit themselves to recovery, get the help they need and turn their lives around. Whereas, I can't ethically promise you any specific results, I can tell you that with our shared commitment to your recovery and success we can work together to help you live the life you always dreamed of.
(443) 221-6294
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
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
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
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
Avi Feldman, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Finding the right therapist is a personal decision that that can have a life changing impact. For that reason, my goal to create a safe and secure environment where a person can feel comfortable opening up and sharing their innermost concerns and feelings. We work together as a team to ensure that your growth and positive changes are priorities while building up and elevating your self-esteem and self-image. If you or your loved ones are struggling with addiction, depression, anger or the complicating issues that are associated with abuse, I can help you turn your life around.
(443) 219-1166
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Cathy Sullivan-Windt, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Whether you need help with a relationship, support during a life transition, or are unsure why you are suffering, I strive to meet you with compassion and understanding. I view therapy as a partnership. For my part, I am committed to providing a non-judgmental, empathic, and safe place for you to bring your struggles and life concerns. I aim to help clients work though their concerns while understanding the motivations behind behaviors; to create lasting and effective change. In a supportive, yet challenging environment, we can sort things out together and explore what you want and need in your life.
(443) 637-1989
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt, Treatment Facility  in Baltimore
“The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt is a small residential psychotherapy facility for patients seeking a comprehensive evaluation and intensive treatment experience. The Retreat offers a multi-disciplinary treatment approach to a variety of psychiatric conditions that can be treated safely and effectively in a voluntary, unlocked environment. Individualized treatment involves at least five elements: comprehensive diagnostic assessment, psychopharmacological interventions, individual and group psychotherapy (including psychodynamic psychotherapy and dialectical behavior therapy as well as experiential, expressive and movement therapies), and careful discharge planning and after care. Each patient works individually with a psychiatrist who is an expert psychotherapist, and who leads the patient's individual treatment team. Each patient meets for individual psychotherapy three or more hours a week with his or her psychiatrist, and in addition, has individual sessions with family therapists, clinical social workers, art therapists, recreational therapists, and movement therapists. Psychiatrists are integrated into the group therapy programs on The Retreat, co-leading a variety of the groups, from psychodynamics to psychoeducation. They are not simply consultants, but an integral part of the treatment team, lending their high level of expertise and experience to all levels of the patient's treatment.
(410) 846-0926
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Sarah S. Mohajer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I work with adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families struggling with mental health disorders and difficult life transitions. I am flexible in cost and open to a sliding scale fee.
(407) 982-2069
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Lorraine Garcia, Counselor  in Baltimore
“As a humanist psychotherapist with experience and training in various treatment modalities from supportive therapy to deep trauma work, my intention is to assist clients overcome barriers as they reach toward emotional health and well-being. One of my guiding principles is that no two people are alike. While one client may be need to simply talk through problems, another may need a more solution-focused approach. Some clients may need help learning relaxation skills and yet others may be looking for strategies to help overcome depression, addiction, phobias, or a traumatic memories that have plagued them for years.
(443) 637-1986
Baltimore, Maryland 21231
Randi Schwartz, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Dr. Schwartz has devoted her psychotherapy practice to working with adults who are confronting challenging life issues, including those related to relationships, employment, parenting, bereavement and loss. While she has extensive training and experience in a range of approaches, including psychodynamic psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and humanistic psychology, she recognizes that psychotherapy is most effective when it embraces the unique challenges faced by individuals. She is flexible in her approach and is guided at all times by what would be the most effective treatment in light of specific needs.
(443) 956-2208
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Robert Cohen, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“A young mother walked into my office crying and expressing her belief that asking for help indicated weakness. I thought to myself, it takes a strong person to ask for help. She had forgotten how strong and important she was. I believe the single most important ingredient in a successful therapy is establishing, nurturing, and maintaining a safe, trusting, and genuine relationship. While making use of psychodynamic and family systems approaches to treatment, I am also flexible in assisting patients in understanding patterns of behavior that may contribute to their conflicts and worries.
(410) 657-8191
Baltimore, Maryland 21234
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
“My expertise is in the area of diagnosis and psychopharmacology. My office is a private practice setting and there is strong staff support for scheduling, medication refills, and for consultation with referring therapists . I have more than 30 years experience in the field and have an interest and involvement in pharmacology research through my company, Pharmasite Research. I have numerous publications in the field of psychopharmacology and lecture frequently in the area of psychopharmacology.
(410) 942-9587
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Susan Morgan Stork, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Do you have a purpose? Do you have a sense of belonging? Do you struggle with these questions? Let me help. My work with clients is based on developing skills and new ways of thinking in order to face challenges and gain control of problems. I strive to know and understand my clients, so that I can help them gain insight and find solutions that will work for them long-term. I work to help clients to better realize their full human potential. I believe in the healing process of becoming aware of and connecting with our inner selves.
(443) 355-4740
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Abundant Living Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I provide therapy for individuals and couples and specialize in areas of grief and bereavement, anxiety and depression, premarital and relationship/marital counseling and stress/anger management. In addition, I provide coaching for individuals who need support in developing plans to achieve personal goals.
(410) 635-4252
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
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