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Therapists in Baltimore

Terrence Alspaugh, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Finding solutions, achieving goals, discovering strengths, improving relationships - to reach such positive objectives, I use an integrated therapeutic approach that draws upon evidence-based treatment interventions and creative modalities tailored to the unique needs of the individual. With over 20 years of counseling experience, I work with a broad spectrum of clients and client issues: ADHD, child & adolescent/parent conflicts, family therapy, couples counseling, anger management, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, social skills training, and parenting education. To see couples tips on my television interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_DBQzeQaFY
(443) 695-6810
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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
Kimberly Yamas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“We all have times when we may need help to find our way through a situation, improve how we feel, deal with some longer term issues, or bring more meaning into our lives. I can help you look into what you are experiencing, understand why it is happening, and figure out how to make changes for a deeper and more satisfying life. Many clients I see deal with depression, anxiety, bipolar, relationship issues, life transitions, lack of meaning, or other life issues.
(443) 376-7878
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Neuropsychology Center of Maryland, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you struggling with changes in thinking abilities, personality or behavior secondary to brain injury or medical condition? Are you seeking educational or vocational accommodations? Are you concerned about changes in yourself or loved one that may be suggestive of a neurodegenerative condition or dementia? As a formally trained clinical neuropsychologist, I have specialized expertise in understanding brain-behavior relationships. After initial interview, neuropsychological evaluation or psychological testing is often conducted to identify current strengths and weakness and contributing etiologies. Then I work together with you to develop and implement a treatment plan to maximize functional recovery and adjustment.
(443) 345-5377
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Joanna Macht, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I help people recognize and change painful patterns that keep them from reaching their fullest potential. Recognizing the source of these struggles is important, leading to lasting changes and more conscious choices.
(410) 656-4993
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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
Vanessa Pikler, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you struggling with depression or anxiety? Do you defeat yourself with self-critical thinking? Does stress get in the way of accomplishing your goals in life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, please contact me. I can help you develop more self-compassion in order to tackle your problems. You'll feel understood, heard, respected, hopeful, and more confident in your ability to cope. I also work with people with medical illnesses and have special expertise in Health Psychology, such as coping with cancer diagnoses/treatments, caregiver stress, stress management and other mind/body issues.
(410) 970-6500
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Jennifer E Klingler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“With 15+ years providing mental health services in a variety of settings, I have the experience and flexibility to meet clients needs, even those with challenging situations or illness'. I have a special interest working with adults who are experiencing a first episode of mental illness, as with early expert care and connection to all available supportive services, recovery and quality of life are maximized. I am knowledgeable about Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder and Depression and Anxiety. I have an interest working to maximize clients' health across dimensions (physical health, social, relationships, intellectual) as these contribute to one's wellness.
(443) 552-0528
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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.
(410) 635-1501
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
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.
(410) 554-0099
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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
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
Soul-Renity, LLC, Pastoral Counselor  in Baltimore
“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.
(443) 244-9578
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
K Darrow Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“It's likely you're here because you're struggling with something private, personal and possibly painful. Anxiety. Depression. Strained relationships. Life transitions. Grief. Loss. These and other issues can get in the way of a healthy, productive and enriched life. My goal is to help you navigate these challenges. It is no small endeavor - opening yourself up to speak to someone about such personal matters. With this in mind, I offer you a safe, non-judgmental space to address and overcome these challenges.
(443) 671-1354
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Estefania Simich, Counselor  in Baltimore
“Finding a place we can trust to tell our stories is essential to finding a path to healing, recovery, and transformation. Therefore, it is essential to find someone that can help you reach your potential to transform your life. We all are born with an innate capacity to develop happy and healthy lives. However, sometimes life experiences such as hurts and traumas can interfere with our development and we may become unhappy or unsatisfied with our lives and adopt self-defeating thinking and behavioral patterns.
(443) 305-6344
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Joel H Marcus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“For over 25 years, I've been helping people who are depressed, anxious, grieving, or having relationship or marital problems. I engage in a lively interactive conversation where we both come to understand what is causing your difficulties. Through this process you will discover new ways to feel, think and behave, which will open a new world of possibilities for your life. This collaborative non-judgmental, non-pressuring approach creates a safe and trusting environment where true change can occur. From your first call to your last appointment you will deal directly with me, so complete confidentiality is assured.
(410) 927-5512
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Janine Difranco Michaelson, Psychiatric Nurse  in Baltimore
“I work mainly with high school students, college students, and young professionals/busy parents who are require medication management for clinical depression and/or anxiety. Some clients may benefit from therapy alone and some clients benefit from medication alone. Although I provide primarily medication management, I acknowledge that medication treatment alone may not be enough. I often recommend that clients augment their medication with individual or family psychotherapy, or other evidence-based treatment modalities such as yoga, tai chi, journaling, or meditation.
(410) 846-1755
Baltimore, Maryland 21236
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
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
Melinda Goodman, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“As a licensed psychologist, it is my privilege to assist people who are struggling with transitions in their lives, are having relationship difficulties, or are coping with a mental illness. In therapy, I provide a safe, supportive, and collaborative environment for you to explore your concerns, gain new insights, and learn new coping skills. I help individuals and couples live happier and healthier lives by understanding the roots of their behaviors, making necessary changes, and learning to accept things that cannot be changed.
(352) 388-3727
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
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