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Therapists in Columbia

Bohne G Silber, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I am a compassionate couples therapist, trained in Imago Relationship Therapy, which emphasizes positive and open communication between partners. In addition to couples, I also welcome individuals to my practice who need a thoughtful, honest, and supportive therapist to work through issues and problems. In addition to my work as a therapist, I am a trained mediator and divorce coach specializing in the collaborative approach. I am trained to work hand in hand with collaborative lawyers to help a divorcing couple through a painful process with as much support as possible.
(410) 942-6596
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Scott A Holzman, Psychologist  in Columbia
“Selecting a therapist is an important decision. I believe that creating an environment where the client feels that the therapist has listened, shown empathy, and has genuine concern are some of the core conditions for a therapeutic relationship. Providing a client with helpful feedback and insight in this safe, empathic environment promotes change and growth. A client that I work with may have a variety of concerns including having a relationship issue, going through a separation, having parenting concerns, experiencing depression, anxiety, or problems related to alcohol or drug misuse or abuse. Please visit my website www.scottholzmanphd.com.
(410) 205-9962
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Lexa Grobicki, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LCMFT
“Everyone lives in their own tangled web of relationships and sorting them out can be difficult. I invite you to come in on your own, with your partner, or with your family to untangle the connections that tie you to others and recreate them to be better, safer, and more satisfying. My specialty is helping you with the changes and challenges that come with having relationships like coping with existing relationships, starting new ones, and letting go of old ones. We will work together to come up with solutions that are custom fit to you and your relationships.
(443) 804-9327
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Andy A Mattai, Psychiatrist  in Columbia
“Don't wait for an appointment! Are you looking for more personalized psychiatric care? I am a board-certified psychiatrist with a strong interest in ADHD and mood disorders. My training includes completion of a clinical research fellowship at the National Institutes of Mental Health. As a result, I am a strong proponent of evidence-based psychiatric treatments and using innovative techniques to help the improve the quality of life for my patients. Please call our office for an appointment.
(443) 225-4505
Columbia, Maryland 21045
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I work with individuals and couples to quickly identify what's stopping you from reaching your goals - using strengths and wisdom you didn't know you had. Come and break free fom old patterns. Bring aliveness back! Free 20 minute initial phone consultation. Anxiety, depression, life transitions, spirituality.
(410) 656-4865
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Courtney Hill, Counselor  in Columbia
“I have provided therapy to children and families in Baltimore City and County for the past 7 years. My experience includes working with PTSD, anxiety and depression, as well as extensive training in the treatment of eating disorders. I have a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Old Dominion University, and received my Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Towson University.
(443) 471-8857
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Berni J. Antelman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSCW-C, BCD
“I am a psychotherapist for more than 20 years, working with individuals, couples, families and teens, children. My practice style consists of empathy and insight with a short-term, problem-solving focus. As a true professional, I encourage my clients to make changes that work and work well as they resolve their difficulties and eliminate stress. My clients achieve good success. As a therapist, I enjoy assisting my clients in achieving self-growth and personal satisfaction in the quality of their lives. I look forward to working with you.
(410) 305-9648
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Anita L Dworkin, Psychologist  in Columbia
“In my clinical work I partner with clients and their families to promote short-term relief, crisis resolution, and long-term behavioral change. My eclectic and holistic approach, honed over many years with a broad and diverse client base, includes elements of cognitive behavioral, insight, humanistic, family, and interpersonal psychotherpy approaches. I am especially interested in helping individuals address a wide range of concerns including adjustment to life changes and transitions, relationship problems, and issues relating to evolving roles for women and men.
(410) 561-6290
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Samantha Marks, Psychological Associate  in Columbia
“I have a pragmatic, goal-oriented approach that uses some cognitive behavioral, dialectic behavioral, interpersonal, and solution-oriented models. I enjoy teaching social skills, anxiety management techniques, and helping clients to improve their interpersonal relationships and social lives as part of a comprehensive therapy (English and/or Spanish). I work with adults who have struggled with issues and need help and guidance to effect specific goals in their lives, and I work with families with children/adolescents with learning differences, attentional problems, behavior difficulties, or emotional issues. I work in conjunction with our Psychiatrists and Executive Function coaches.
(410) 696-5936
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Meg Tenny, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCMFT
“Couples come to us to improve issues with communication and trust. Whether you are recovering from infidelity or miscommunicating with your partner, take the first step to get help. I have over nine years of experience conducting therapy with couples. As a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist (LCMFT), a Clinical Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, I am uniquely trained to help you and your spouse find a creative, effective, and customized solution. My goal is to help you reconnect with your partner in a fulfilling and loving way.
(240) 751-9305
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Stephanie K Glassman, Psychologist  in Columbia
“With more than 20 years of psychotherapy, testing and consulting experience, I have a broad range of skills and personalize treatment to people's needs. My style is collaborative, and my therapy orientation is integrative; (i.e., I use several therapeutic theories and techniques). I try to balance accepting others as they are with challenging them to try new behaviors and ways of thinking. I believe in authenticity yet also maintaining healthy boundaries, which demonstrate respect. My clients often appreciate my genuine caring and kind but firm manner, and they tend not to terminate therapy prematurely.
(410) 657-8455
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Patricia M Sullivan, Psychiatrist  in Columbia
“I am dedicated to listening to and understanding my patients while providing excellent evidence based medical care. Please let me know if I can help you.
(410) 782-3239
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Cynthia Matsakis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I am an expressive psychotherapist helping people develop tools to recover from traumatic events, address life's difficult issues, and live more authentic lives. Along with talk therapy, which involves working toward the integration of old experiences as well as initiating new approaches, I teach meditation practices to handle emotions through a deepening awareness of balance, openness, and coherency. Healing is a natural yet mysterious process. Over the years I have developed a number of symbolic activities to stimulate the nonverbal sensory awareness so necessary for , and draw the imagination into the healing process.
(410) 846-3787
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Deborah S Cole, Psychologist  in Columbia
“Are you finding that emotional issues, addictions, or compulsions are interfering with your life? Do you spend too much time worrying, or thinking thoughts you know aren't true? Do your thoughts or behaviors get in the way of relatiionships? My goal is to help clients take back their lives from compulsions and other mental health issues which take up their time and energy and get in the way of their success and peace of mind. I am interested in working with clients who want to work collaboratively in psychotherapy so that they can live freely.
(410) 381-7551
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Cara Jacobson, Psychologist  in Columbia
“Therapy can be both a scary yet extremely rewarding process. Selecting the right therapist for you can prove to be a challenge. I will do my best to assist you in creating a warm, safe, and empowering environment to explore deeper issues and to create positive changes in your life.
(443) 898-9808
Columbia, Maryland 21045
George Carlson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-C
“I believe that the power of therapy comes through the understanding of how self defeating patterns of behavior interfere with our ability to have a happy and productive life. I believe that focusing and building on our strengths will enhance our functioning. Examining our behavior is critical to developing healthy options for ourselves and in our relationships. Through an open and respectful process we will examine the areas in your life that have interfered with your ability to make positive, forward thinking choices. As you develop different coping strategies the hope of change will support healing and growth.
(410) 793-1303
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Kimberly VanPutten-Gardner, Counselor  in Columbia
“I am a psychotherapist and family life specialist. I'm passionate about facilitating individual growth and the healing of family relationships. With doctoral level training in the fields of Counseling Psychology and Family Studies, I provide individual, group, and family counseling for a variety of mental health issues. In addition, I provide family life education services for parenting, separated/divorced families, elderly care of parents, issues related to adult children returning home, biracial couples, and trans-racial adoptive/foster care families.
(888) 737-3330
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Carlos Pastor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“The focus of my work is with families. I also specialize in the treatment of emotional disorders of teens. With the use of the Family Systems approach or Cognitive Therapy, I provide treatment for my clients in a safe and non-judgmental environment. I believe that all people have the power and ability to surmount the seemingly insurmountable and the power to overcome tremendous odds. With support and hard work, people can tackle their challenges and achieve personal growth and wellness.
(410) 941-8980
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Edward P Dworkin, Psychologist  in Columbia
“In my clinical work I partner with clients and their families to promote short-term relief, crisis resolution, and long-term behavioral change. My eclectic and holistic approach, honed over many years with a broad and diverse client base, includes elements of cognitive behavioral, insight, humanistic, family, and interpersonal psychotherpy approaches. I am especially interested in helping individuals address a wide range of concerns including adjustment to life changes and transitions, relationship problems, and issues relating to evolving roles for women and men.
(410) 670-4546
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Melissa Schnaar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I have over 15 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and their families. I use an integrative approach in working with children, using a variety of therapeutic methods that are developmentally age appropriate and child-centered. I strive to understand the child or adolescent's individual needs and seek to develop a trusting relationship in a safe environment that allows her clients to freely and safely express themselves. I understand that when a child is struggling everyone in the family is affected and work with parents to better understand their children and identify ways to help the family system work better for everyone.
(443) 616-2820
Columbia, Maryland 21045
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