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Therapists in Frederick

Laura Millard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C, RPT
“Have you observed that children naturally use play to process and come to terms with what happens in their lives? Adults also can use their innate creativity to help work through trauma and pain that is too difficult to put into words. My practice combines traditional counseling and creative approaches to help children, adolescents, adults and families overcome trauma or loss. As a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW-C) and nationally registered play therapist (RPT), I have practical experience using play therapy, filial therapy, self-expression through art, sand tray and other methods.
(240) 654-1798
Frederick, Maryland 21702
Tracy Blood, Psychologist  in Frederick
“Traditionally, therapy has been thought of as an intervention for those who suffer from serious emotional illness. However, therapy can also be a tool used to enhance life, even for those who seem happy, and not in need of intervention. Fortunately there are no upper limits on the positive changes that can be made in our lives. My goal is to work with those who want to improve themselves, their circumstances and/or their relationships. Whether you are dealing with more serious emotional difficulties, or want to enhance what you already have, I can help.
(301) 679-7813
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Allison Griffin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Life can bring us many ups and downs, which often leaves us feeling confused, overwhelmed and out of control. I believe you have an ability to identify solutions to your problems, but may have become stuck. I will assist you to identify your strengths and work on your personal goals, to feel empowered and move forward in your life. Through a collaborative approach I use a strengths-based approach using cognitive behavior techniques,mindfulness,and play therapy with children. I provide a safe and confidential setting where you feel understood and validated.
(301) 533-7491
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Casey Blaser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Seeking therapy to work on resolving issues that continue to interfere with life is a big step. I believe we all have difficulties at some point in our lives. Getting through the pain of these difficulties, whether it is being stuck on something or continuing to cycle through it periodically, is a goal of mine when working with a client. I enjoy working with young adults and have been working with adolescents since 1979. I also regularly treat families and adults in my practice.
(240) 249-8303 x470
Frederick, Maryland 21702
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
Victoria Wachter Seward, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“For the past nine years I have worked primarily with children and adolescents* on the autism spectrum. Of course working with children means working with parents; partnering with parents is essential so that the progress we make in sessions carries over to everyday family life. There is nothing better than finding the "secret" to reaching a child and seeing them blossom before your eyes. It might not happen overnight, but believe me, it happens. To make the most progress, children should begin therapy as early as possible. (*Weekdays 9 am - 2 pm I see adult clients of all types).
(301) 684-5147
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Kristin Milne-Glasser, Treatment Facility  in Frederick
“Mission Ridge opens the door to recovery and sustained healthier lifestyles and relationships. Our interventions are an empowering invitation to healing, not a threatening ultimatum to further jeopardize your valued relationships. We design, host and provide both on-site and client-based discreet, confidential interventions for CEO's, impaired professionals, employees and families. Our Intervention Director is a licensed Maryland therapist & board-certified addictions specialist, also a certified D.O.T. SAP, who travels the U.S. and Canada to plan and facilitate interventions. We understand and respond to the immediacy of crisis calls and commit ourselves to planning your intervention and team-building, and to delivering immediate, confidential and customized interventions that work!
(240) 205-7849
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Wendy Miller-Cochran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“My approach to psychotherapy includes developing a safe and supportive environment to assist you in working through difficulties. I will help you explore and identify the core beliefs that may be at the root of your pain, and most importantly; help you develop tools and techniques for coping and change. I use a combination of talk therapy and EMDR in my practice.
(240) 654-1793
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Bobbi Duffy, Psychiatric Nurse  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, CRNP, APRN
“I am a nurse practitioner, who believes in working together to develop new perspectives to address what is getting in the way of a fulfilling, meaningful life. My patients benefit from a combined psychiatry/psychotherapy/holistic wellness approach. I prescribe medications when appropriate. Most patients can be seen within 7 business days from inquiry. I am an out of network provider for most insurances meaning the majority of patients receive reimbursement for part of your apppoinent fee from their insurance. Please check with your insurance company for details. Please visit my website www.foundsouls.com to learn more about my approach to mental wellness.
(410) 840-7851
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Heather Tydings-Goldfarb, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“My passion is working with clients who feel unsettled and anxious yet crave peace, and are willing to go on a truth seeking mission to find it. My purpose is to help clients reclaim themselves; to put themselves as a priority and engage in self care. Clients find me when going through periods of reinvention, transition or when they are craving an authentic life. I work with clients who want to break through the myth of perfection and also those who are striving to find their voice. I believe the therapeutic process is about losing what is no longer needed rather than changing perceived flaws.
(301) 712-9015 x1026
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Margie Brubaker, Counselor  in Frederick
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(301) 841-8667 x101
Frederick, Maryland 21701
“I have a particular interest in treating childhood disorders and women's mental health conditions. I enjoy working with families. I believe it is paramount to educate parents and other family members about different psychiatric conditions, in order to help set appropriate expectations.I provide pharmacologic treatment as I find it necessary.I spend time discussing different treatment options and I guide my patients in finding the approach that would best suit their needs. I prefer Email as a way of communication.
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Jane E Sachs, Psychologist  in Frederick
“It's important to try to convey something about how I work. 20 years of experience, however, suggest that efforts to describe therapy rarely do it justice. That's because therapy is experiential: in other words, "you have to be there." For this reason, I usually like to give people the opportunity to "try me out" by meeting 2-3 times initially, so that you can get a sense of whether you're comfortable and so that I can see if I think I can be helpful. Therapy isn't education, and it's not advice-giving. It's its own kind of experience. Because people are different, different elements of therapy are healing for different people. For some, it's being able to speak your mind safely to someone who really listens, listens intelligently, and cares. For others, it's about understanding your history, how you got to be where you are. For still others, it's being asked to look honestly at yourself, and for some, it's noticing and understanding your experience of me as an example of how you are with other people. All are possible routes to change.
(301) 288-1963
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Bonnie Triantafillos-Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
“Are you struggling with a death, divorce, loss of a job, pet or relationship? Have often been referred to as "too sensitive?" My clients are those who have experienced loss through any change, transition or end of life. With a holisitic approach to loss and transition, clients will be able to access resilience and have a safe space to explore possibilities. My clients will discover a compassionate place to explore how life can still have purpose and possibility after life changing transitions. Additionally, my clients will learn about the HSP trait and what gifts this provides to their lives and relationships.
(301) 712-9015 x1046
Frederick, Maryland 21702
Ruth C Bruening, Counselor  in Frederick
“I am committed to providing my clients with the necessary tools to lead rich & fulfilling lives and to deal with life's challenges in a productive & satisfying way. I serve adults, couples, families, and older teens from an overall perspective to increase awareness & utilize mindfulness to enrich and optimize life experiences.
(301) 710-9486
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Nina Dillenbeck, Counselor  in Frederick
“Is chronic emotional or physical pain keeping you awake at night? Are you feeling confused, sad, angry, or grieving a life that once was? Is being overwhelmed with trying to stop the pain keeping you from really living? What if I told you your thought patterns are creating more pain? My clients, couples, and individuals, are people who have been impacted by chronic emotional and physical pain. Are you ready to learn new skills to truly help yourself? Here's how. Focusing on the connections to the brain through emotional memory, your pain is real needing emotional healing and growth.
(443) 672-2026
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Claire Winik, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frederick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, MSW
“I specialize in populations inclusive of teenagers, LGBTQ issues, identity issues, general mental health for adults, chronic and acute illness for children and families and death and dying work. I have a firm belief in incorporating a holistic model of healing into my approach as a therapist, as well as cognitive behavioral therapy, client empowerment and solution oriented techniques.
(301) 861-4087
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Jamie H Eaton, Counselor  in Frederick
“You're here. Congratulations on making the first step in addressing those issues that have been getting in the way of the full enjoyment of your life! The most important factor in successful therapy is the client/therapist relationship, and I believe you will find me to be a welcoming, knowledgeable, and comfortable presence in your process toward healing and wholeness. As a clinically trained pastoral counselor, I enjoy walking alongside clients in their journey toward healing, with an understanding that each of us are individuals with unique strengths and attributes. We will work together to develop your strengths into tools for healing and wholeness.
(240) 566-5201
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
Laura A. Michie,   in Frederick
“I provide speech language therapy to infants, children, adolescents, and adults. My specialties include developmental delay, articulation and language disorder, motor speech disorder, fluency (stuttering) and voice (vocal nodules) disorders, and cognitive language disorder as a result of stroke or traumatic brain injury. I treat progressive neurological disorders (parkinson's disease, MS) and memory disorders (alzheimers, dementia). I work with families and caregivers regarding acceptance, adaptation, and decisions about communication and swallowing. My mission is to teach my clients and their families to advocate for full participation in communication in the community.
(301) 355-2259
Frederick, Maryland 21701

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