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Therapists in Columbia

Colette Brunell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, BCD
“When we connect with another we feel wanted, needed and loved. If we are unable to connect we can feel sad,or lost. I try to connect with each person to begin the process of healing,growth,and self empowerment. I see each each person(s) as unique and in need of a level of interaction that they are missing in their lives. I believe in working with couples I can be most effective in assisting to open up the communication to find the emotional reconnect. I teach core tools for effective communication.
(410) 730-6119
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Kelly Hoenshell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW
“I have experience working with mood disorders such as anxiety, depression, and Bipolar Disorder, and I offer trauma-informed treatment for working with PTSD. My experience also extends to working with adolescents dealing with self-esteem and behavior issues, offering workshops geared to young men and women in Laurel, Maryland. I have many years experience working with the bariatric/weight loss population, offering a success workshop series geared specifically to their needs and providing support group meetings to bariatric patients at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson, Maryland.
(443) 213-0230
Columbia, Maryland 21044
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-C
“Over the years I realized that the best adolescent work occurred within the context of family therapy. I taught child, adolescent, and family therapy at the University of Maryland Graduate School of Social Work. I was awarded the Outstanding Social Work Educator in the State of Maryland. I became interested in adult and parent education while I was employed at Sheppard Pratt Hospital Center and was a weekly guest on Baltimore's WBAL TV noon news talking about mental health directed toward building parent awareness and understanding. I worked at Maryland Public Television as a mental health consultant and moderator.
(410) 696-5980
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Emily Greenberger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, PC
“Collaborative Counseling Center (CCC) is a comprehensive mental health center for children, adolescents and their families in the Greater Baltimore-Washington area. We provide medication management, individual, group and family therapy including art therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. We offer a one-stop-shop for families to receive quality treatment at one location. As the Clinical Director, I provide cognitive behavioral focused treatment to my clients. I am a clinical social worker, specializing in the treatement of children and adolescents and their families, providing individual and group therapy as well as parent coaching. I work collaboratively with clincians at CCC and coordinate with community providers.
(443) 275-9402
Columbia, Maryland 21044
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
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
Jane Bisco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“In working with families and individuals, I use both traditional psychotherapies such as positive psychology, psychodynamic techniques, and cognitive and behavioral therapies. In addition, I am trained in mind/body techniques such as EMDR and hypnosis. I also believe in the healing connections we make with nature and will often use pet therapy in assisting my clients to reach their goals.
(410) 205-1650
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Reesa Pearlman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I have dedicated my practice to working with children, adolescents and families. I look forward to supporting you and your child in their growth and to assisting in decreasing emotional and behavioral challenges. Helping your child make changes that will support them throughout their lifetime is my priority.
(410) 709-1790
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Angela Onwuanibe, Psychiatrist  in Columbia
“Solutions for Mindfulness remains committed to providing the latest treatment options and world class psychiatric services to Maryland residents. As a team our focus is on collaboration, and partnering with our patients to work with treatment plans that focus on our patients needs. we also discuss all options available to the patient even non- medication options. We realize that the clients we serve have a right to determine their best treatment options for themselves and their families.
(410) 992-3796
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Sandeep Sidana, Psychiatrist  in Columbia
“I strive to provide my patients with the best possible psychiatric care through understanding each patient as a unique individual shaped by their own culture, values, and life experiences, and by guiding them in achieving positive and meaningful changes in their lives. I help patients realize not only their goals but their potential to live life more fully and free from their self-imposed constraints. I guide my patients in self-exploration and reflection to help them attain a deeper understanding of themselves. They learn to recognize their vulnerabilities, become more self-accepting, and capitalize on their strengths.
(410) 650-4807
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Jennifer Lynn Schoo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I am an individual, family and group psychotherapist. I see both children and adults in my practice. I have experience working with individuals whose needs include help with ADHD, behavioral problems at home and school, depression, anxiety, interpersonal relationships, family conflict, physical/sexual/emotional abuse and substance abuse. I facilitate groups for adults, children and adolescents. Group topics include self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, behavior modification, ADHD, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, parenting and anger management. I use cognitive behavioral and solution focused techniques in treatment to help identify client strengths, obstacles to recovery and short term and long term goals for treatment.
(410) 777-8054
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Elizabeth H Pilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“Entering therapy is an exciting journey of self-discovery, healing and transformation. Often individuals and couples seek therapy when certain aspects of their lives feel unmanageable. This can show up repeatedly in personal, as well as professional relationships, especially in times of transition. If you experience a pattern of confusing and painful interactions with family, partners, friends and co-workers, therapy can be the most beneficial. After I provide an assessment, we can collaborate on your goals and treatment approach. I borrow from a number of treatment modalities to help you build confidence and refine your communication skills.
(410) 394-8482
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Helen M Bellete, Psychiatrist  in Columbia
“I believe that treatment for mental illness needs to be recovery focused. I begin by engaging in a respectful dialogue with individuals seeking care. This involves jointly coming to an agreement on the problem and developing goals for treatment that will encourage healing and improve quality of life. Moreover, an important part of that dialogue is often educating patients and loved ones about mental illness and how to promote healthy living as a means of empowerment. I believe that it is imperative to focus on the strengths of the individual in order to diminish the limitations caused by mental illness.
(410) 983-3231
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Karen K Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I am a good listener and always give my clients' goals priority. I have a gentle touch and have been known to share a laugh with my clients on occasion. I have provided therapeutic support to children, teens, families, couples and individual adults in practice since 1987. My office is in Columbia, Maryland in a building that is handicapped accessible, is near a bus stop, and is a short walk to Columbia Mall. I have hours during the day, in the evening, and Saturdays.
(443) 291-3314
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Mike Green, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Columbia
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Drug & Alcohol Counselor, BCPC, CSC-AD
“I am a recovering person with over 20 years of sobriety. I combine my personal history, clinical experience, professional education and best practices to my clinical work with clients. I am passionate in helping people change behaviors, attitudes and belief systems. I am a very spiritual person and believe that spirituality can take us to a deeper place within ourselves and in our relationships. I also specialize in anger management and gambling addiction. Please feel free to call me if you would like to chat and see if I may be able to help you. All calls are confidential .
(410) 753-2180
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Kim Flyr, Counselor  in Columbia
“Life is always going to present challenges, and especially in the anxious times we live in, peace can feel far away. It can be so difficult to be the spouse, parent, friend, etc...that you want to be, but it is possible to build resilience for yourself and your family. I work with men, women, and children of all ages to feel hopeful again. Good counseling can create a connection where change, growth, and peace are possible and even likely. I help empower individuals, couples, children, and families to make the emotional and behavioral changes they want to make.
(410) 983-3659
Columbia, Maryland 21045
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
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
Julie Hope Galton, Psychologist  in Columbia
“I am committed to helping people - especially those with depression, anxiety, and eating disorders - understand themselves better so they can achieve a greater sense of fulfillment and satisfaction - at home, work, and in their communities. I work with individuals (children, adolescents and adults), couples, and families to develop healthy relationships, improve communication, and support self-realization. I believe that a safe, trusting, and collaborative relationship with a therapist can help people learn new ways to conduct relationships that can provide benefits throughout their lives.
(703) 732-1234
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Danny Miller, Counselor  in Columbia
“You have experienced a major trauma. Maybe it was a long time ago, maybe it just happened. No matter how hard you try not to think about it, the intrusive memories keep coming back when you least want them to. Since the trauma occurred, you've been irritable or on edge with people and had difficulty sleeping. You may even have begun to doubt yourself and withdraw from others. If that sounds like you, you may have PTSD. Other problems I treat include Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, maladaptive patterns that cause relational difficulties, long-term depression and anxiety, and childhood trauma.
(240) 348-5112
Columbia, Maryland 21046
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