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Therapists in Baltimore

“Eva Life Giver Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit human services organization devoted to improving the lives and wellbeing of families, adults, and children. We believe in providing quality and professional services to our clients from a diverse and holistic approach. A subsidiary of Eva Life Giver Inc. , DeVaughn Intervention Teach and Treat Options (DITTO), is a comprehensive alcohol and drug treatment, education and counseling program.
(443) 863-6204
Baltimore, Maryland 21206
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
Margaret Hawk, Treatment Facility  in Baltimore
“Recovery starts with hope. We can start you on your way. Whether it's manifested within one of our patients, motivated by their loved one or cultivated through time in one of our residential treatment programs, hope is the first step to manifesting a healthy, clean and sober life. American Addiction Centers facilitates hope and instills the tools within an addict to learn, grow, heal and transform his or her life without the crutch of substances or compulsive behavior. Our evidence-based treatment has helped thousands, and it will help you too. We not only provide the hope to imagine a better life is possible, but the right tools to make that better life a lasting reality.
(443) 955-6669
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
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
Jodi Dively, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“NOTE: For June/July 2015, I am not able to respond to inquiries given a transition in my work location; I hope to update my contact information as soon as possible. I enjoy working with individuals and couples who have a desire to improve their quality of life through personal growth and behavior change. I utilize evidenced-based and best practices to address the underlying factors of emotional disorders, regardless of what emotions are most distressing to you - anxiety, anger, depression, shame, loss, distrust, guilt. I am here to assist you in your journey for improved health and well-being.
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Katie Holden  in Baltimore
“Everyone deserves a safe place and a caring professional with whom to walk through their struggles. My aim is to give clients both. Licensed since 2006, I specialize in treating adults with addiction, depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, and other mental illnesses. My training is in Motivational Interviewing, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Relapse Prevention. I treat clients in individual- and group-therapy settings and teach various skills classes.
(410) 983-3730
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!
(443) 352-0988
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
Annie K. Sutton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Sometimes the hardest part of coping with a life change is grieving and letting go of the way you thought it should look. My hope is that you leave my office feeling empowered, balanced and with a clearer focus so that you can make decisions that honor and respect who you are. I offer an objective and supportive voice to help you find yours.
(443) 720-7085
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
John Knight, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Welcome! If you come new to counseling, you may feel uncomfortable with your step toward hope. I will work with you using well tested techniques to promote your wellbeing. Through Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Hypnosis, and other modalities, I promote healing in a stable setting. We will develop goals and a treatment plan drawing from your strengths and values. Working together, we will address emotions and behaviors to help you find a balance that includes acceptance and resiliency. I am currently accepting individuals, couples, and families starting at the age of 8. Some Saturday appointments available.
(443) 737-4365
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
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
“Very often, circumstances we experience can begin to overwhelm what we are able to handle on our own. In these times it can be very easy to begin feeling lost, out of control, or simply out of ideas. I have made it my focus to be able to help people not only identify what is happening in these situations, but helping clients develop skills and personal strength which will help them be able to deal with these struggles in an ongoing fashion.
(515) 512-5833
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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
Pamela Di Pesa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, PhD
“It can be difficult to contact a therapist and begin a process of exploration and change. But when you come to see me, I will strive to help you feel comfortable and welcome. You might be seeking therapy to help resolve a problem in your relationships or your work, to deal with a troubling change that has occurred, to discover how old, no longer useful patterns in your life can change, to enhance your capacity for creativity and imagination, or to come to a deeper understanding and acceptance of yourself.
(410) 417-7806
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
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
Kasey Serdar, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you feeling stuck or lost? Feeling down, anxious, or confused? Therapy can help you find your way when you are not sure how to move forward in life. We all have times when we feel stuck in patterns that do not benefit us. Therapy can help you navigate these periods so you can live the life you are meant to live. All life experiences (both positive and negative), provide opportunities for learning, growth, and healing. We move towards growth when we take the time and muster the courage to look at ourselves in depth.
(804) 451-6893
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Ina Joy Schwob, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“One of the most magical components of therapy is how it provides a person with the opportunity to discover their true inner self. As a therapist who has worked with people of various backgrounds, I have witnessed the powerful growth clients have achieved in all facets of life. I work with children, adolescents and adults who are struggling with relationships affected by trauma, in addition to other interpersonal issues at home or in school. I employ a client based strength model of therapy that focuses on the enhancement of the client's unique strengths and capabilities.
(443) 483-4226
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
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
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
Joseph Levin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I work with clients of all ages. With my work with adults, I specialize in dealing with depression and anxiety. While working with youths and adolescents, I often help those who find themselves backed in a corner and don't know how to get themselves out. I work with the client and their family and enable to have the client get his/her needs met while improving their relationship with their family. I have experience working with clients with such issues as depression, anxiety, adhd, poor social skills, anger management, Grief/loss, and clients with pervasive developmental disorders.
(443) 203-4941
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Melissa Wesner, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Are you looking for a confidential environment where you can work through personal life challenges? Whether you are dealing with depression, anxiety, substance use, anger, or stress you will find a safe, judgment-free space at LifeSpring Counseling Services. My goal is for you to feel heard, accepted, and empowered while we work through the collaborative process of therapy.
(410) 941-2059
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
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