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Therapists in Baltimore, MD 21211
Hampden, Medfield, Remington, Woodberry and Wyman Park

Carrie Carlevaro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“Hello, and welcome. I bring a holistic approach to my therapy practice, including both Western principles and Eastern philosophies. At the root of my practice, I believe that suffering is a universal experience which, when approached with compassion, can provide us with opportunities for growth.
(443) 536-0380
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, PhD
“It can be difficult to contact a therapist and begin a process of exploration and change. But when you come to see me, I will strive to help you feel comfortable and welcome. You might be seeking therapy to help resolve a problem in your relationships or your work, to deal with a troubling change that has occurred, to discover how old, no longer useful patterns in your life can change, to enhance your capacity for creativity and imagination, or to come to a deeper understanding and acceptance of yourself.
(410) 417-7806
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Stephen Clarke, Counselor  in Baltimore
“We all suffer, but most suffering is not necessary. We develop habits to cope with suffering, but then find we are stuck repeating patterns that no longer serve us. Creating a safe, stable, and trusting environment, we can non-judgementally perceive where we are stuck and have the courage to let go of unhealthy thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. We are then able to grow in new ways that allow for gentleness, peace, and joy.
(410) 538-2597
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Ann-Marie Codori, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Dr. Codori, a clinical psychologist in Balimore, provides individual psychotherapy, marriage counseling or couple therapy, and group psychotherapy. Her areas of expertise include the treatment of mood disorders, such as depression and bipolar disorder. Her treatment approach combines techniques drawn from the emotionally-focused and cognitive-behavioral methods, with treatment tailored to the individual. She is certified by ICEEFT in emotionally-focused couple therapy.
(410) 205-1329
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Don Wilmes, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“For almost 40 years I have had the honor of playing a key role in helping people transform their lives. As an integral part of life's journey, we are all on some kind of path to find meaning and purpose. When we find our right path and honor it, we experience life as rich and fulfilling. It's when individuals come to an awareness that they are not on the right path and that their attempts to make things better have become part of the problem that they are more ready to consider working with a therapist or coach.
(410) 489-1385
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Brad B Bailey, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“Whether you are new to therapy or looking for someone to continue with; therapy is here to help you move forward. Are you looking for change? Dealing with something life has thrown your way? or Just want to learn about yourself? I am here to help. I provide an environment where you feel; safe, honored, and respected. Within this environment we will look at your behavior, symptoms, and how you cope; objectively and without judgment. Together we will work towards understanding and solving your problems.
(443) 380-4577
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Nancy Shapiro Hooper, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I am a licensed psychologist with years of experience working with men and women of all ages: adolescents, adults, and seniors. I work with people struggling with major life challenges, such as substance abuse, trauma, behavior problems, and personal crises. I also work with people who need some help getting through a difficult time, or who are interested in better understanding themselves, and improving the quality of their lives and relationships. My approach is supportive and insight-oriented, while keeping a focus on the choices that you are making that may impact your situation.
(410) 970-6708
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Yeshe Clarke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, CT
“We all possess natural wisdom, goodness and sanity and already hold within us all that we need to heal ourselves and others. By engaging in mindfulness and loving kindness practices we can take an honest look at who we are and cultivate gentleness and compassion towards ourselves and others. With this as our foundation we can realize that times of difficulty and loss are also opportunities for tremendous growth and discovery.
(443) 965-9138
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
“I believe that the struggles and emotional pain that lead people to seek treatment are meaningful; that understanding the triggers and sources of those struggles is as important as relieving the symptoms themselves, because it offers the individual the opportunity to reflect upon the choices he or she has made and to consider alternatives.
(410) 205-1551
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Lara Chase Wrigley,   in Baltimore
“After working for over 25 years with individuals across all stages of the life span, I have come to believe that we are all capable of healing. In keeping with this premise, I employ a collaborative therapeutic style marked by warmth, empathy and respect. My approach seeks to identify and alter patterns that impede the development of a harmonious self, while assisting individuals to discover their intrinsic strengths. I have a strong interest in Interpersonal Neurobiology. Interpersonal Neurobiology seeks to identify convergent findings across multiple domains of science in order to promote health in our minds, bodies and relationships.
(410) 305-9483
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Andrea Rackowski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-C
“Andrea is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in individual psychotherapy with adults and young adults. In her practice she focuses on identifying and nourishing each individual's inner strengths in order to help them heal and develop new capacities for growth. Using mindfulness and relaxation techniques, as well as active listening and traditional psychotherapy, she works as a guide for individuals to unlock their own innate capacity to heal.
(410) 457-7547
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Theresa Robertson, Counselor  in Baltimore
“I believe that each of us already posses the inner resources we need to reduce difficult emotions, overcome life challenges, improve relationships, and ultimately, maximize happiness. Grounded in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), I work with adolescents and adults to develop the insight and skills needed for emotional healing, desired change, and personal growth. DBT is a therapeutic approach proven to be helpful in replacing unwanted thoughts and behaviors with healthy and adaptive alternatives.
(443) 756-0134
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Theresa Shank, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“As a fellow parent, I understand that there is no greater pleasure than to see your child happy and healthy. But excessive worrying, relentlessly demanding OCD rituals, the fear of vomiting, social anxiety, and self-harming behaviors like hair pulling and skin picking can rip away the joy of childhood and bring anguish to the family. I am a warm, compassionate, and very active cognitive-behavioral therapist with many years of success in helping children and teens recover from these challenges. I work as a team with parents, including them in at least part of every session.
(410) 753-4421
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
“I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and related conditions. Anxiety, OCD, and related symptoms have been the full focus of my clinical work and research for more than 12 years. Before starting my practice, I co-directed the Anxiety and OCD Clinics at Johns Hopkins, and directed the cognitive-behavioral therapy training program for the Hopkins psychiatry residents. Prior to this, I worked at the Menninger OCD Program providing intensive treatment for anxiety and OCD.
(443) 957-4170
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Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Luna Hammond  in Baltimore
“Why do most people come to a therapist in the first place? Because they want a better life. It's a brave thing to do- to realize that you want more for yourself and to take the step to begin making that wish a reality. Sometimes people come to me with a specific problem, and sometimes just because they're tired of feeling disappointed with life. Whatever the reason, we begin the process by sitting down together and looking at what is bothering you.
(443) 406-4775
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Karen R Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Jessica R Schwarting, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“I believe that the goals of psychotherapy are self-acceptance, insight, and change. Providing my clients with a safe and comfortable environment is the foundation for the process of therapy. I work in an empathic, non-judgmental, and direct manner. I believe that change comes from exploring where difficulties originated as well as exploring what people want and need in their lives. I work collaboratively with people to find solutions to the obstacles in their lives and on finding what makes them happy. If you are interested or have questions about my practice or services, please contact my office.
(410) 489-1550 x2
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Joanna Macht, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Baltimore
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I help people recognize and change painful patterns that keep them from reaching their fullest potential. Recognizing the source of these struggles is important, leading to lasting changes and more conscious choices.
(410) 656-4993
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Kimberly M. Ewing, Psychologist  in Baltimore
“We live in a time when everything is moving and changing quickly. It may seem that we can't afford to slow down, and tune into our lives. But, when things begin to fall apart and habits we used to swear by no longer work, we need to stop. We must discern whether we are living by choice, or by habit. At these times, we often feel anxious, depressed, can't sleep, or take on self-defeating behaviors in an attempt to cope. We aren't sure how we got here, or what to do about it.
(443) 219-1683
Office is near:
Baltimore, Maryland 21211

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