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Therapists in Baltimore

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Are you pregnant, or did you recently welcome a baby? Are you concerned about your mood, unsure if you are bonding with your baby, or feeling so overwhelmed that you're not sure how to manage? If so, you are not alone. Life with a new baby is hard. Pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period can be exhausting and overwhelming -- both physically and emotionally. Although many women experience mild mood changes during pregnancy and/or postpartum, up to 25% of women develop more significant symptoms during this time such as depression, anxiety, irritability, and more.
(443) 471-8519
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Marcy Rynd Ashpes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I bring to my practice 30+ years of experience working with individuals, couples and children. I work with clients struggling with depression and/or anxiety,parenting issues, relationship conflicts, adjustment and life transition difficulties as well as women's issues to include Postpartum depression. My approach is targeted to each individual need, combining cognitive/behavioral and mindfulness approaches with insight centered therapy.
(410) 394-8476
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
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
Ann V Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“Hello, I am a clinical social worker with over 16 years of experience, including work in outpatient psychiatry settings, university counseling centers, EAPs, and in private practice. I work with adults challenged with anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, childhood adversities, and phase of life transitions. Such challenges can leave us feeling inadequate, insecure, and with diminished self-worth. Clients say I have encouraged them to heal and grow through helping to increase self-awareness, identify strengths, by helping to develop new habits of thinking and behaving, and by viewing life with a new perspective.
(443) 219-3463 x104
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Michael Reeder, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I take a holistic approach that incorporates mind, body, and spirit. I believe it's important to integrate life meaning into counseling. I'll work with you to set goals and the proper pacing of therapy. Therapy is a collaboration, as ultimately the power to change rests within you. I emphasize unconditional positive regard, respect, a safe and caring therapeutic relationship, individual strengths, and taking control over choices.
(877) 823-3439
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
“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
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
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
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
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
Michael C Heitt, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Are you a busy professional or college or grad student dealing with personal, relationship or work-related challenges? As a licensed psychologist, I help individuals and couples like you who are facing difficult life transitions and changes, have experienced trauma or loss, or are dealing with psychiatric illnesses, such as depression and anxiety. I understand how hard it can be to ask for assistance and because of this I respond to all email and voicemail messages in a timely manner to make this first step toward growth and healing easier. Please note, I tend to respond email more quickly than voicemail messages.
(410) 774-6828 x2
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Valderas Barksdale-Oliver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC, MS
“For over 20 years I have been treating clients who are struggling with depression and anxiety complicated by family, career, marital and social problems. My ultimate goal is to help clients move to personal wholeness, emotional stability, and spiritual wellness. I am passionate about providing a safe, comfortable environment where every client is treated with unconditional positive regard. My approach emphasizes the client's overall, wellness, acknowledging the client as a physical, psychological, social and spiritual being. I practice psychotherapy using sound clinical interventions best suited for each client.
(410) 262-0707
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
S. Scott Haigley, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I have maintained a general practice approach and enjoy working with a variety of difficulties including childhood disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, OCD, and personality disorders, I have experience working with individuals who have substance abuse problems. My experiences have allowed me to work with a wide range of people. An example of a few areas I have worked with include graduate students, LGBT individuals, and healthcare professionals including those who work in mental health. A recent addition and growing interest is working with individuals who have developed addictions to prescription medication and do not readily fit into the more general substance abuse population.
(443) 672-2160
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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
Mary-Beth Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWC
“Humans have an amazing capacity to take control of and alter the course of their lives. In my practice we work as a team to make exciting improvements in your personal, emotional, occupational and interpersonal life.
(410) 305-9781
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
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than 15 years experience in supporting people of all ages navigate both distressing and exciting life transitions. I believe that to achieve true wellness and find balance in life, it is necessary to attend to the body, mind, heart and spirit.
(410) 690-4732
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
K Darrow Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“(Please note: I am expanding my practice to include Thursday mornings and afternoons) 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
Catherine Givando Chissell,   in Baltimore
“When a problem in our personal sphere causes us to seek professional help Jungian psychotherapy approaches the problems that trigger reaching out as the presenting symptoms of a wound we have most likely experience do not begin just with us. This work looks for repetitive patterns which we inherit that often appear to have little obvious relation to our suffering. The inner work in therapy that is necessary help to make conscious what exactly is behind such problems and helps to identify ways in which this can be made conscious to ourselves and therefore be dealt with more effectively.
(410) 648-2219
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Karen R Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I have an interest in helping people understand themselves as they are, not as they think they should be. This involves the work of knowing one's self in depth, often for the first time. Depression, anxieties, addictions, are not just problems to be fixed. Troubling symptoms can call us to a deeper knowledge of our selves. Many find when they become more self aware,they have more interest and involvement in the world around them, which helps to diminish symptoms of depression and anxiety. Living a more satisfying and enjoyable life, in spite of our faults and neuroses, is an achievable goal of therapy.
(443) 380-4390
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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