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Therapists in Frederick

Pam Marsh McDonald, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Is life nudging you to change? Sometimes an unexpected loss, trauma, health issue, or job or relationship change upends your life and leaves you wondering, "what's next?" Or maybe you are ready to grow out of unhealthy emotional or behavioral habits that are keeping you from your true potential. Dealing with change can be scary, disorienting, emotionally and physically draining. Who do you turn to? Have you tried to move forward on your own, but got stuck in the same old patterns? I have the skills to compassionately assist you to awaken and move forward on your own.
(301) 337-7876 x1022
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Zoe Worrell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Are you interested in healing and growth? My work and art as a therapist involves creating a safe, supportive environment that promotes the opportunity for personal change and expansion. I believe that the relationship between client and therapist is fundamental to the healing process. Through this partnership, an individual or couple can engage in a journey of discovery, opening one's life up to new possibilities in relationships, health, work, and creativity.
(301) 712-9015 x1301
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Bradford Wye, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW
“My approach to the therapeutic alliance is gentle and playful, yet direct. Therapy can be a fascinating journey of discovery and self-awareness that can be hard but empowering and fun, like exercising or completing a task. My mission is to help you be resilient and respond confidently to people and situations. I am experienced in brief solution-focused therapy; Rapid Resolution Therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy for a variety of issues (trauma, anger, anxiety, grief, depression etc.); men's and adolescent's issues; substance abuse; PTSD; Mindfulness; life coaching; and couples and relationship skills.
(301) 660-2053
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Steven R Crites, Counselor  in Frederick
“The majority of my clients are working with their issues surrounding alcohol/drug abuse/dependency and co-occurring mental health issues, predominately depression and anxiety. The commonality these clients possess is the recognition/need to terminate their alcohol and/or drug consumption and address their mental health issues responsible for the distress they are currently experiencing. Honesty, open mindedness, and an unfettered willingness for inquiry are ideal client characteristics; these help develop the atmosphere of trust, so vital in the therapeutic relationship.
(301) 547-3342
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Heather L Hunt--Deaf Therapy Services, Psychologist  in Frederick
“The decision to seek out a therapist is an important first step towards a more positive way of addressing conflicts, managing distress, and coping with feelings of being overwhelmed. As a successful, licensed psychologist with many years of experience working with children, adolescents, families and individuals who are Deaf, I provide a supportive, nurturing environment for all. The primary focus is on you and your goals for positive mental health and overall well-being. The multimodal approach to holistic healing by the Center for Mind-Body Therapies, where I practice in downtown Frederick, aligns with my philosophy towards treatment.
Kathleen Boggs, Counselor  in Frederick
“My approach to therapy is to help you gain insight and self-awareness in the areas of your life that you would like to improve. I use an approach that is collaborative and interactive to assist you with achieving your goals. I have practiced in the Frederick, New Market, Carroll County, and New York areas for seventeen years and I specialize with couples, individuals, and families. I successfully managed an outpatient clinic for children and families with Catholic Charities in Carroll County and held the key positions of Clinical Supervisor and Program Director.
(301) 518-2289
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Cynthia Wilcox, Psychologist  in Frederick
“Psychotherapy integrated with mindfulness and meditation, and with a particular focus on working with emotion and energy in the body (somatic therapy) characterizes my work at this point in my career. I work with clients of all ages who are interested in learning and applying the skills of awareness, mindfulness, and meditation. I help couples and families to transform the environment of home and relationships by working with these practices together. An integral aspect of my therapy practice is somatic therapy, or a focus on the felt sense in the body as a way of working with emotion.
(301) 684-8168
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Christine Van Horn, Counselor  in Frederick
“I truly enjoy working with all ages, and come with a specialty and experience in working with young children labeled with Anxiety and ADHD/ADD. I work with both the child and parent to create a successful learning/living environment. I offer a "safe" space to explore and work towards desired change. For both child and individual, the place to begin is exactly where you, developing new ways of thinking and responding in the world.
(301) 710-0389
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I am experienced and versatile in treating addictions, with a multi-faceted approach that respects clients where they are -- from first-time clients to chronic relapsers. I advocate for encompassing family-oriented support & treatment of addiction, beginning with the evaluation to completing a continuing care plan that prepares the client and family to move forward after discharge from services. I offer pre-trial, court-ordered, voluntary and EAP-referred clients the optimal environment for flexibility in planning, scheduling & delivering commitment to your recovery. I co-ordinate care and make referrals for inpatient treatment, IOP, and continuing care relapse prevention services.
(301) 358-3570
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Lorena Ripoll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LGSW, NBCCH
“Asking for help is not easy. It takes an immense amount of courage to step into a stranger's office and share your story with them. As a therapist, earning my client's trust and working with them to find solutions that can improve their life is a great honor. I work with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a range of issues including sexual addiction, couples and family conflict, developmental disabilities, codependency, anxiety, and depression.
(301) 768-4862
Frederick, Maryland 21702
Linda Ullom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“PLEASE NOTE: I am currently not taking new clients. I offer psychotherapy for the treatment of depression, anxiety, relationship issues, post traumatic stress and grief. My treatment approach integrates CBT - cognitive-behavioral interventions (understanding how thoughts influence feelings and behavior) with mindfulness-based CBT (using journaling. guided meditation, grounding techniques). I am a Certified therapist in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing). EMDR facilitates the accessing and processing of disturbing memories to bring these to an adaptive resolution. Clients strengths and developing healthy copings strategies are emphasized. My style is kind and generous.
(240) 813-9144
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Melissa Ward, Counselor  in Frederick
“Hope. Possibilities. Change. Are you ready? Each person has has the capacity to shape their lives, and counseling can help remove the roadblocks keeping you stuck. I believe counseling should be affordable and accessible- and will work to address each client's unique goals. By focusing on communication skills, lowering anxiety, addressing challenges and encouraging positive possibilities, I help clients move forward to achieve their potential. I work with children, teens, adults, families and plan to offer small groups and classes in the the Spring of 2015. Don't stay stuck this year- call or email me for a free phone consultation.
(301) 861-4877
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Grace Riley, Psychologist  in Frederick
“Are you living your most fulfilling life? My approach to therapy is to help you gain greater insight and self-awareness into areas of your life that are keeping you feeling "stuck." I view the process of therapy as collaborative, which means that I genuinely listen to your goals for therapy and integrate those goals into therapeutic approaches. The goal of my collaborative approach is to assist you in gaining the tools to reach a more empowered and fulfilling place in your life.
(443) 334-8747
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Elise G Abromson, Psychologist  in Frederick
“My ability to easily relate with and connect to children and teens provides them with a comfortable space in which they can express themselves. Working with individuals and families is my passion. I believe that each child is an individual with individual needs; therefore, each treatment plan is customized to meet the unique needs of your child and family. My goal is to help children and families learn the skills necessary to have healthy, happy lives.
(301) 712-9015 x1018
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Belinda Gruber, Pastoral Counselor  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MA, LCCC, LPC
“Temperament is the inborn nature of each person determining how each interacts and reacts with people, circumstances, environments, situations, and the world. Temperament is who we are on the inside, what the Bible calls "the inner man". When temperament needs are being met by healthy and Godly means, stress, anxiety and related problems are greatly reduced. Some of the problems related to stress and anxiety are: depression, dissatisfaction, loneliness, fear, frustration, anger, marriage and family problems, poor work performance, exhaustion and inter/intra personal conflicts.
(301) 710-9299
Frederick, Maryland 21704
Monocacy Regional Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Frederick
“The mission of Monocacy Regional Counseling, LLC is to provide compassionate, effective, and quality mental health counseling services to clients. MRC offers counseling and support services for adolescents, adults and families.
(240) 724-1439
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Sharon McClurkin, Counselor  in Frederick
“When Relationships Have Failed You ... When it Seems No One can be Trusted ... When Life Feels Confusing, Overwhelming, or Purposeless ... Salt and Light Counseling is there. There is Hope. My focus is to empower and equip you to change your life in the way you want. Together, at your pace, we will seek direction and healing for identity and purpose struggles, loss and grief, difficult relationships, emotional boundaries, and any underlying addictions, depression, anxiety, bipolar, or trauma. With Salt and Light Counseling, You are Not Alone Any More.
(240) 347-2581
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Larry Stouter, Counselor  in Frederick
“Everybody gets stuck sometime in their life. I am a practical, energetic, and experienced guide for those who are stuck. I have been a practicing psychotherapist for over 23 years and a Clinical Director supervising other therapists for 16 years. This extensive experience enables me to quickly clarify issues and get movement in the places where you are stuck. My experience enables me to bypass psychobabble and present a pragmatic plan of action for your approval in short order. Being gentle and simultaneously direct is my forte. I will use your time effectively. Laughter and mindful presence are essential therapeutic ingredients!
(301) 256-0340
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Kelly L Forys, Psychologist  in Frederick
“Is something in your life not working as well as you would like? Are you stressed out? Depressed? Coping with a chronic condition? Overwhelmed? Want to make a change to a healthier lifestyle but don't know where to start? Each individual is complex and unique, which is why a holistic approach to addressing thoughts, emotions, and physical health is essential. With my expertise and training, I can help you move forward on the spectrum to better health and well being. Please visit my website www.everydaytherapist.com for more information about my practice.
(240) 293-0727
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Stacy Lynskey, Pastoral Counselor  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MS, LGPC, NCC
“I provide individual and group therapy for adults, with an emphasis on, but not limited to, recovery from emotional and physical abuse, transitional life experiences, end-of-life and caregiver challenges, recovery from abuse trauma and post-traumatic growth. I work with circumstances where there is an imbalance of power and lack of recognition of the individual's right to respect and dignity. I strongly believe that every person has the right to be treated with respect, not only in the counseling room, but by the people in her/his life.
(301) 760-2947 x1050
Frederick, Maryland 21701
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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Frederick you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Frederick and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Frederick or family therapy in Frederick.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
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