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Therapists in Baltimore

Christopher Moshe Elliott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“If you are reading my profile chances are you are ready to take a deeper look into yourself and what is creating your current situation, and are ready for a radical life shift. I specialize in addictions, anxiety, depression and trauma with children, adolescents, families, and adults using a wide range of evidenced based techniques. I am solution oriented, and to me your safety is paramount. In therapy you will uncover and reveal your deepest self. Please know your vulnerability is seen, protected and respected.
(443) 502-0992
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Jamie Metzler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Congratulations on seeking help! You have taken your first step on what is a long but potentially rewarding journey of healing and self-discovery. It takes real courage to face what may be overwhelming fear, despair and self-blame. But you don't have to struggle with the burden of hopelessness alone. Others that suffered in similar ways have gotten help even when therapy has not worked in the past. Whether one struggles with stress, relationship difficulties or with crippling self-doubt, therapy is used to identify barriers and cultivate tools that bring fresh perspective and resources to address the problem at hand.
(443) 396-3230
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Gina Michelle Cook,   in Baltimore
“"Fall in love with the process and the results will come." I believe all individuals have the capacity to produce change and lead a life worth living. I believe in one's ability to uncover these strengths lies within them. Using compassion and creativity, I hope to partner with you on your journey. I will work along side you by providing a safe, therapeutic environment to assist you in reaching your goals.
(410) 983-3090
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
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.
(443) 380-4392
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Lou Jacobs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“If some aspect of your life is causing you pain or a feeling that you are not able to be who you want to be, you will likely benefit from supportive psychotherapy. I've been a clinical social worker and licensed therapist for 30 years. In this time I've worked with adolescents, adults, and couples. My clients tell me that they find me to be fully-engaged, supportive and interested in the challenges that they are facing, while also able to suggest new ways of looking at old patterns of behavior that may have them feeling stuck.
(410) 323-2787
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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
PsychExperts & Associates, Inc., Psychologist  in Baltimore
“PsychExperts & Associates, Inc is a full service Psychology practice. We specialize in both Clinical and Forensic services.
(410) 927-5151
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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 21224
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
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
Amy Urdang, Counselor  in Baltimore
“The heart and emphasis of my work as a depth psychotherapist is to help you discover and trust your deepest feelings; to assist you in finding ways of letting go of old restrictive patterns and developing the capacities to live a fuller and more satisfying life. Within the compassionate and non-judgmental therapeutic relationship, we can explore your inner experience of thoughts, feelings and behaviors, gaining insight as to their origins and more importantly addressing the fears and defenses that keep those old patterns in place.
(410) 881-3994
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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.
(443) 365-2716
Baltimore, Maryland 21223
Lara Chase Wrigley,   in Baltimore
“After working for over 25 years with individuals across all stages of the life span, I have come to believe that we are all capable of healing. In keeping with this premise, I employ a collaborative therapeutic style marked by warmth, empathy and respect. My approach seeks to identify and alter patterns that impede the development of a harmonious self, while assisting individuals to discover their intrinsic strengths. I have a strong interest in Interpersonal Neurobiology. Interpersonal Neurobiology seeks to identify convergent findings across multiple domains of science in order to promote health in our minds, bodies and relationships.
(410) 305-9483
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Behavioral Interface, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
“The practice has clinicians who are dedicated to listening to your problems and are resolved to assist you with finding solutions. Communities that are typically underserved by Federal standards are assisted through Medical Assistance (Medicaid) and Medicare. Many private insurance plans are accepted. While a range of disorders are treated, short-term Anger Management is also provided individually and in group for adults, teen and children. If you have a problem, short-term or long-term, don't hesitate to call or send an email. A friendly staff will respond within the hour. Check out the website for more information.
(410) 881-4309
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
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
Ellen Lewis, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I believe that feeling heard, understood, and validated is the first step to a therapeutic relationship in which growth to one's potential can occur. Recognition and affirmation of strengths is important to my approach. Being sensitive to an individual's life experience is central to good work. I focus on one's feelings, thoughts, stressors and resources, as well as try to understand the history from which issues evolve. I apply a variety of approaches including cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness-based, and psychodynamic. I have many years of experience working with individuals with a wide array of concerns.
(410) 433-1118
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Kelly Araujo, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I believe therapy needs to feel accepting, emotionally safe, and empowering. I use eclectic and integrative approaches to psychotherapy and tailor the methods I use to the difficulties you experience. While the efficacy of the methods used in therapy are backed by research, I believe the therapeutic relationship is paramount to your treatment. I enjoy working with adults and adolescents of various backgrounds and circumstances and aim to help you learn to manage symptoms, gain insight, and work toward a more fulfilling life.
(443) 519-2535
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Harriette E Wimms, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Life comes with ups and downs. Sometimes exciting and joyous, life can also include stressful moments, frustrating times, unexpected change, and uncertainty. During those difficult times; a helping hand, a kind word, and support can bring hope, resilience, and peace of mind back into your life. This is why we created The Village Family Support Center of Baltimore. We are here to support you and your family during the good times and the challenging ones. By focusing on your strengths and the potential of the future, we can help you find hope and promote positive change.
(443) 731-2090 x3120
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Kerry Silvia, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“My mission is to provide your child with a neuropsychological assessment that results in specific, practical, and timely recommendations. I provide assessments for children and adolescents, from preschool through college. This includes kids and teenagers struggling with attention and organization (including possible ADHD); learning difficulties; social, emotional, or behavior problems that are impacting their functioning; and cognitive difficulties associated with medical or neurodevelopmental issues (such as epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, cancer, prolonged recovery from concussion, or autism spectrum disorders). Recommendations may include treatment, local resources, strategies for home and school, and/or school accommodations.
(410) 505-4940
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Julie D Lapides, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Sometimes past events can cast a shadow over your life today. You might have disturbing memories, feelings of insecurity or find yourself overreacting to certain situations. Frequent bouts of sadness may trouble you. I will work with you to resolve the intensity of those feelings that are getting in the way of your happiness. We will identify problematic patterns and key memories that may be at the root of your problems. These can be changed to more effective approaches to achieving the life you want.
(410) 650-4858
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
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