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Therapists in Baltimore

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
Sally Mays, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you feeling anxious, stressed, or down? Is your job or relationship causing you a lot of stress? Are you looking for a therapist that is affordable and responsive to phone calls? As a doctoral-level therapist, I have extensive experience and success at helping individuals and families. My expertise is in treating anxiety, depression, and relationship concerns as well as many other mental health issues. I also conducts comprehensive psycho-educational and emotional assessments. I employ a therapeutic approach that is tailored to the presenting concern, goals, and personality of each individual client.
(410) 690-4996
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Nancy Shapiro Hooper, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I am a licensed psychologist with years of experience working with men and women of all ages: adolescents, adults, and seniors. I work with people struggling with major life challenges, such as substance abuse, trauma, behavior problems, and personal crises. I also work with people who need some help getting through a difficult time, or who are interested in better understanding themselves, and improving the quality of their lives and relationships. My approach is supportive and insight-oriented, while keeping a focus on the choices that you are making that may impact your situation.
(410) 970-6708
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
“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
Jill F Linkoff,   in Baltimore
“As a Certified Strategic Life Coach Specializing in AD/HD (credentialed in Life Coaching and AD/HD Coaching) in Baltimore, Maryland, my passion is to make a positive difference in the lives of adolescents (16 and up), adults and families affected by AD/HD. I partner with my clients to find strategies to manage symptoms of AD/HD at home, in college or at work. I utilize a combination of coaching and support to provide you with tools, strategies and encouragement necessary to carry on! I will be your sounding board, coach, motivator and provide the encouragement needed to support your self-discovery.
(443) 831-0086
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Margaret Barris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“We all struggle from time to time and these struggles can sabotage our relationships with ourselves, our families and our colleagues. Therapy can be that much needed intervention to identify and change the destructive patterns that keep us from enjoying our lives. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, my practice is client-centered, by this I mean that the focus is on the client in their environment as well as their internal world.
(410) 504-1355
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
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
Dawn Lewis, Counselor  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LCPC, NCC, DCC
“Top 6 Reasons to See a Professional Counselor: 1) To manage a crisis where you feel overwhelmed and don't know what to do next. 2) To make progress on a long-standing issue that you (or you & your mate) haven't been able to fix yourself. 3) To get an expert & more objective perspective on your problems than what you hear from friends & family. 4) To talk safely and confidentially, without fear of judgment. 5) To get clarity, resolve problems, learn new concepts & coping skills and experience healing. 6) To get referrals to a network of other professionals & services you might not know about.
(443) 840-9935
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
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
Vicki Vandenburg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Vicki is a certified licensed clinical Social Worker. Over the last 18 years, Vicki has worked with individuals, couples, families and groups. Vicki has held positions at a local hospital, crisis center and other clinical settings in and around the Baltimore area. Vicki has advanced training in crisis intervention, PTSD, substance abuse, treating anxiety, depression and other mood disturbances. Vicki specializes in relationship issues, employment and academic issues, grief, loss and caregiver issues. Vicki offers tools to enhance and strengthen communication skills and offers tangible strategies to those dealing with depression, anxiety and other life challenges or stressors.
(443) 991-7204
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Denise Supik, Counselor  in Baltimore
“How long has it been since you've felt joy? Have you ever felt empty, as though a part of you is missing? Are you often disappointed in your relationships? In an effort to fill the void, do you find yourself turning to food, overworking, or shopping, but without relief? Are you so hard on yourself that you find it difficult to risk change? In our very busy world, we often lose touch with ourselves and our own healing abilities. We can often feel as though we're caught up in a whirlwind, helpless to get out.
(443) 731-6926
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Hillary R Safier, Counselor  in Baltimore
“As a person centered therapist, I am committed to working with you to achieve the ability to live life to its fullest. Whether it is childhood trauma, depression or anxiety that is preventing you from moving forward, I truly believe the therapeutic process can enhance your life greatly.
(443) 825-4665
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
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,
(484) 494-2748
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Janice L Miller, Psychiatrist  in Baltimore
“You are not alone in the face of multiple or severe stressors in your life. No PhD psychologist or social worker in the state of Maryland is allowed to prescribe medications to help such conditions as stress, depression, anxiety, Bipolar, OCD, ADHD, and multiple other conditions which even your Internist or OB/Gyn are not adequately trained to diagnose and treat. I sometimes will do psychotherapy and medication management myself or alternatively I am happy to work collaberatively with a psychotherapist you may already have.
(410) 484-2447
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Michelle L Friedman, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Facing difficult emotional and interpersonal challenges in our lives can be frightening, but it can also be a time for healing and growth. I am committed to helping individuals and families work through these challenges in their lives. I specialize in depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship difficulties, and self-esteem. My therapeutic focus is on providing practical & effective approaches to manage the stressors, challenges, and adjustments that people face at different stages in their life.
(410) 983-3843
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Allyson Michael, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I have over twenty years of experience working with individuals and couples from diverse backgrounds. Using a holistic approach, I build with each client a relationship of trust by focusing on inner strengths. I have helped clients with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
(410) 921-0651
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Mordechai Zeiger, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I am a licensed psychologist in Baltimore with extensive experience providing psychotherapy to people from diverse backgrounds. My goal is to help alleviate emotional pain, achieve healthy relationships, and maximize personal growth through a therapeutic partnership that emphasizes courage and commitment. Your needs are the centerpiece of therapy, and our relationship will provide you with the comfort to address them. Based on your particular thinking style and personality, I utilize psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and existential modalities.
(443) 987-6983
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Lauren Aycock Anderson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LGMFT, NCC
“Creative people have specific struggles: from being misunderstood by friends, family, and loved ones, to finding balance between creative work and a "day job". I work with creative individuals and couples, empowering them to trust themselves and each other, so they can feel confident enough to make changes and live freer, more fulfilling, meaningful, joyful lives. I view my clients within the context of their experiences, highlighting their strengths, rather than labeling them as broken or dysfunctional. My coaching and therapy clients have come to me with issues ranging from finishing their novel to infidelity.
(443) 280-6592
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Theresa Robertson, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I believe that each of us already posses the inner resources we need to reduce difficult emotions, overcome life challenges, improve relationships, and ultimately, maximize happiness. Grounded in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), I work with adolescents and adults to develop the insight and skills needed for emotional healing, desired change, and personal growth. DBT is a therapeutic approach proven to be helpful in replacing unwanted thoughts and behaviors with healthy and adaptive alternatives.
(443) 756-0134
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
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
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