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Michael Heady

Michael Heady

My Approach to Helping There is nothing more vital to effective treatment than the relationship between client and counselor. It is essential to be heard and understood and I dedicate each session to cultivating a safe, respectful, and validating connection with my clients. Although specific...

Jan Nolan

Jan Nolan

My Approach to Helping I provide a dynamic, yet emotionally safe and supportive environment to help you find your authentic goodness, identify and re-frame any limiting beliefs, and grow both personally and professionally. I value everyone's life journey and the trust they place in my ability to...

Eileen Epstein

Eileen Epstein

My Approach to Helping For over 29 years I've been privileged doing the work I love: being a therapist to couples and individuals with the courage and determination to make formidable personal changes. I use sensible theories and effective skills to be the right therapist for YOU too. The one you...

Debbie Kidwell

Debbie Kidwell

My Approach to Helping My philosophy and approach to helping people is about helping client's achieve their goals. That is the most important!! As a trained clinician, I offer clients different treatment options that are best suited to their own specific goals. Short-term counseling and more...

Hector P. DiNardo PhD-MFT, LCSW-C, MSW

Hector P. DiNardo PhD-MFT, LCSW-C, MSW

My Approach to Helping Hello. As a professional individual and couple's treatment provider, I believe skilled psychotherapy requires a number of different factors, while taking place within a relaxed, respectful professional relationship. A therapist needs to have an excellent understanding of...

Rupal Mistry

Rupal Mistry

My Approach to Helping I believe every individual has their own strength and weaknesses. It is my hope to provide a safe and secure environment in which people can explore their emotions and reach their personal goals to find happiness. In my experience having safe and secure connection with the...

Mark Bottinick

Mark Bottinick

My Approach to Helping Have you tried traditional talk therapy and you're still struggling with the same problems? Why cope with a problem if you can heal it at its core? My strength is in helping people discover and heal the true root causes of their issues. These may be hidden and not obvious,...

Laurel Fay

Laurel Fay

My Approach to Helping At Laurel Fay and Associates, my colleagues and I are committed to providing you with a safe, caring environment in which we can address your unique situation. By carefully listening, I work to get behind the everyday surface of a situation to the underlying meaning. My...

Jennifer Beall

Jennifer Beall

My Approach to Helping Do you ever feel like there's an instruction book to life that everyone got but you? Does it seem like everyone else "has it all together"" and you're just trying to fake your way through life? Not a good feeling Client Focus (Age) Treatment Orientation Services...

Leslie Stanbury

Leslie Stanbury

My Approach to Helping The decision to engage in therapy requires courage. I believe my role as your therapist is to provide a safe, nonthreatening environment that encourages exploration of past experiences that may trigger undesired behavior or uncomfortable thoughts and feelings. Addressing...

Lori Hollander

Lori Hollander

My Approach to Helping "We can't communicate." "All we do is argue." "He had an affair." "All she does is criticize." "I love her but I'm not in love." "I can't remember the last time we had sex." Sound familiar? These are the most common reasons people come to us for help. Individually, or as a...

Rachel Singer

Rachel Singer

My Approach to Helping I counsel individuals, families, couples, and children. My specialties include depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem issues, relationships concerns, family conflict, and grief. My goal is to help clients better understand themselves so that they can improve their...

Paula Catalan

Paula Catalan

My Approach to Helping I believe every person has the capacity to heal when finding their own creativity and spontaneity. When this spontaneity is blocked by old patterns, we become stuck and frozen in time and with great difficulties to adjust to the demands of every day life. Becoming aware of...

Jonah Green

Jonah Green

My Approach to Helping Our approach is first and foremost to offer acceptance and understanding. Our clinicians have a variety of theoretical orientations and approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, play therapy, attachment-based therapy, emotion-focused therapy, and interpersonal...

Cynthia Rebholz

Cynthia Rebholz

My Approach to Helping Questioning or worried about your relationship? Feeling anxious or deflated by life or career goals, then reaching out for support is a first step. At Creative Solutions Counseling, we recognize the disconnection, disappointments and unmet needs that can undermine happiness....

Andrea Mendez

Andrea Mendez

My Approach to Helping I am excited that you are thinking about seeking therapy for yourself or your child. Therapy can be a decidedly effective tool for people looking for help with a particular, demanding challenge, as well as for those who want to gain a better understanding of their life and...

Amy Hooper

Amy Hooper

My Approach to Helping Is your mind spinning with worries and you just want a break from the endless "to do" list? Are you physically or emotionally exhausted? If you're struggling internally, or in your relationship and want to feel better, counseling can be helpful. Many people get caught in the...

Zoe Worrell

Zoe Worrell

My Approach to Helping My work and art as a therapist involves creating a safe, supportive, and confidential setting that allows an individual to explore areas of concern and promotes the opportunity for healing, change, and growth. I believe the relationship between client and therapist is...

Elise Abromson

Elise Abromson

My Approach to Helping "Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is youer than you." -Dr. Seuss My ability to easily relate to and connect with children and teens provides them with a comfortable space in which they can express themselves. Working with individuals and...

Valerie McManus

Valerie McManus

My Approach to Helping Is it sometimes a struggle to find contentment and security?Has everyday life become more often depleting then energizing?Do you sometimes feel off course or misaligned?Do you seldom feel deeply understood?You can feel better.We live in a culture that, at times, has a toxic...

Norma Stevens

Norma Stevens

My Approach to Helping It takes strength and courage to enter into therapy. In response, I provide a safe, empathetic place where you can explore what is troubling you without feeling judged or criticized. I do believe that each of us has inner wisdom, clarity, strength and compassion, but we...

Karen Turiel Klein

Karen Turiel Klein

My Approach to Helping Does life feel overwhelming or unfulfilling at times? Have you been feeling more disconnected from others? Is it sometimes hard to openly talk to the people you usually feel closest to? It's possible that developing a professional relationship with someone could help....

Risa Ganel

Risa Ganel

My Approach to Helping Couples often find themselves struggling with communication, intimacy, connection, trust and respect, as well as many other issues. If you are often frustrated with your partner, if you with you had more time together, argued less and enjoyed each other more, we'd like to...

Cathy Brookman

Cathy Brookman

My Approach to Helping I believe that people are naturally resilient. Therapy offers an opportunity is to boost resilience by nurturing awareness and finding greater fulfillment and strength. Most of us have found ways to manage stress and conflict, but the things that worked in the past might not...

Emily Cook

Emily Cook

My Approach to Helping I believe that seeking therapy takes strength and courage and I'm glad you're reading more about finding relief. Maybe you're feeling stuck in old patterns, or maybe you're ready to enjoy your relationship again rather than feel discouraged by it. Maybe you're tired of...

Devon King

Devon King

My Approach to Helping I have tremendous respect for people who make the difficult decision to enter in to psychotherapy. I work collaboratively with older children, adolescents, and adults, in individual, couples, and family therapy. My goal is to explore collaboratively the troubles that have...

Amy Kohn McNelly

Amy Kohn McNelly

My Approach to Helping The relationship between a patient and his or her therapist is the most influential aspect of long term effectiveness of therapy. My ability to feel and communicate genuine empathy and understanding is critical to fostering an atmosphere in which a person feels safe enough...

Tanya M. Morrel

Tanya M. Morrel

My Approach to Helping My approach to therapy is largely cognitive/behavioral, with a strong emphasis on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) techniques, specifically learning to be mindful- noticing and accept your thoughts, feelings and physical sensations- while committing to behavior that...

Rachel Beck

Rachel Beck

My Approach to Helping Are you stuck in a painful relationship? Are you suffering from anxiety? Or do you feel your life isn't going the way you want it to? With cognitive behavorial therapy you can learn to have more meaningful relationships, manage anxiety and enjoy a more fullfillng life. I use...

Michael Reeder

Michael Reeder

My Approach to Helping I take a holistic approach that incorporates mind, body, and spirit. I believe it's important to integrate life meaning into counseling. I respect all faith backgrounds (including none), work within personal belief frameworks, and have appreciation for alternative paths as...

Kathy Metcalf

Kathy Metcalf

My Approach to Helping I believe that the innate nature of human beings is to survive and be well, and that varying degrees of life experience and trauma create psychic structures that inhibit that natural process from occurring. My job is to help client's develop compassionate awareness for these...

Teresa Hunt

Teresa Hunt

My Approach to Helping I believe in starting where the client is, with deep empathy and validation, but also always holding for my client a vision for his/her higher potential and possibility for his/her life. The work we do together strives to enable them to see their situation in a new way where...

Jack Tawil

Jack Tawil

My Approach to Helping During the Covid-19 crisis, I am happy to provide video-based therapy (teletherapy) using a professional, secure, HIPPA compliant telehealth platform. The intention and focus of my work is to help my clients get to the root of their difficulties in order to feel better and...

Isabella Scapini-Burrell

Isabella Scapini-Burrell

My Approach to Helping Finding out that your partner or your child has a severe medical or psychological condition is not something one can ever prepare for. Panic, disbelief, confusion and even anger and quiet resentment take over your ability to think, plan and most of all communicate, reach out...

Cheryl Fisher

Cheryl Fisher

My Approach to Helping Life has a way of throwing curve balls and the path becomes foggy and direction becomes less clear. Counseling can help provide clarity. I provide a holistic approach to counseling by combining expressive therapies with traditional cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic...

Katherine Hannon

Katherine Hannon

  Personal Statement Since 1989, I have counseled adults and couples and led support groups; in 2014 I relocated my practice to Rockville, Maryland. I focus on counseling couples and providing therapy to adults for depression, anxiety,and grief. I am one of the few therapists in the...

Dr. Joseph A. Tropper

Dr. Joseph A. Tropper

  Personal Statement Dr. Joseph Tropper, PsyD, MS, LCPC is an acclaimed therapist, wellness presenter, author and lecturer. He holds a Doctorate in Psychology and a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling and is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Approved Supervisor (Maryland)....

Janet Glover-Kerkvliet

Janet Glover-Kerkvliet

  Personal Statement I am a cognitive-behavioral therapist, working with adult individuals and couples to uncover behavior and thought patterns that may impede personal growth and wellness. This discovery can lead to great progress and healing, as the awareness can lead to claiming new skills...

Christopher Shea

Christopher Shea

  Personal Statement I work with people suffering from daily life issues, stress, anxiety, coping skills, and guide you toward finding that inner-peace which will assist you in coping with your daily life in a healthful way. My clinical philosophy lies in two basic concepts: keeping our...

I Marie Henderson Sima

I Marie Henderson Sima

  Personal Statement Each client seeking therapy has unique difficulties, and unique strengths. The best solutions for difficulties and challenges are the solutions that work for you and your family. I use an eclectic and holistic approach, drawing from insight oriented, psycho-dynamic,...

Paul A. Lotz

Paul A. Lotz

  Personal Statement I believe that all people are in the process of becoming whole and seeking fulfillment in life. At times obstacles arise and block people from reaching their full potential. Working through those emotions, thoughts, and behaviors that leave you feeling stuck or unable to...

Whitney Thompson

Whitney Thompson

  Personal Statement I am a licensed professional counselor, serving children, adolescents, and adults. My specialties include parenting skills, ADHD, and general mental health concerns. Many of these health concerns can lead to anxiety, stress, or depression. I use my expertise and training...

Joanna Strait

Joanna Strait

  Personal Statement My practice, TogetherWell, was born out of my strong belief that opportunities for healing and growth are significantly enhanced by the strength of therapeutic connection and trust. It is only in a safe, collaborative partnership between client and therapist that you can...

Dr. John D. Gartner

Dr. John D. Gartner

  Personal Statement For 35 years, I've treated Bipolar Disorder, Depression and Borderline Personality Disorder, and for most of those years, taught psychiatric residents at Johns Hopkins Medical School. Five years ago, I introduced mindfulness meditation into my practice. The calm...

Dr. Deborah S. Cooper

Dr. Deborah S. Cooper

  Personal Statement When you walk in my office you are an individual not just one of my clients. We will find out what your needs are and then match the very best treatment for you. If you have you been upset about a relationship, you just may feel better sooner than you ever thought you...

J David Collins

J David Collins

  Personal Statement J. David Collins is a clinical social worker specializing in substance abuse treatment and co-occurring disorders. David provides mental health and substance abuse services. With over fifteen years experience as a counselor, and as a graduate of the University of Maryland...

Donna Stevenson Swope

Donna Stevenson Swope

  Personal Statement Beyond the degrees, the extensive training, the years of experience, and the sanctions to practice psychotherapy, the most important experience that promotes healing is the moment between you and I when safety and compassion is so real you can touch it. I am a clinical...

Tim Ashdown

Tim Ashdown

  Personal Statement Hi there. I've lived in Maryland since 2012, and I am a fully licensed therapist. I really enjoy the work that I do, and it is my hope to meet my clients exactly where they are. I utilize a cognitive-behavioral and strength-based approach with my clients. I have worked...

Lisa Rabinowitz

Lisa Rabinowitz

  Personal Statement Happiness in your personal life or your marriage/relationships should not be a dream, it should be a reality! As a trained and knowledgeable counselor, individuals, just like you, learn the necessary skills to lead more enriched and rewarding lives. Together we can...

Jacqueline L. Ward-Baker

Jacqueline L. Ward-Baker

  Personal Statement I believe that counseling provides a place for individuals, families and couples to discuss issues that affect their lives. My goal is to provide a safe, supportive, non judgmental environment to improve these areas and increase communication. The field of counseling is...

Kirsten Jimerson Sidell

Kirsten Jimerson Sidell

  Personal Statement Client Focus (Age) Preteens/Tweens (11 to 13) Adolescents/Teenagers (14 to 19) Adults Treatment Orientation Attachment-based Emotion Focused Therapy Family Systems Relational Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Family / Marital Mindfulness Based Approaches Systems...

Nicholas Palmieri

Nicholas Palmieri

  Personal Statement Hi, I am a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor, with over 30 years experience in Behavioral Health. We provide individual, family, couples, and marriage counseling: including but not limited to- Addiction, Substance...

Angela M. Boone

Angela M. Boone

  Personal Statement Angela is the Founder and CEO of Serenity Helping Hands Therapy Center. Her style is interactive, collaborative and personable. She has worked in the mental health field since 1995 in various capacities and with clients who had differing mental health challenges. It is...

Ellen M. Miller

Ellen M. Miller

  Personal Statement The challenges that we face in life can usher in a wave of emotions that can hurt and discourage us. We may struggle with relationship or marital conflicts. Grief and bereavement may have us surviving each day in a cloud of sadness. It’s possible that issues like...

Susan Morgan Stork

Susan Morgan Stork

  Personal Statement As a somatic therapist who focuses on relational, attachment and childhood trauma issues I work with individuals and couples to address relationship ambivalence, anxiety, major life transition, depression, stuckness, poor communication and conflict, among other issues. I...

Sharon Kenthack

Sharon Kenthack

  Personal Statement Are the pieces of your life's puzzle not fitting into place? Have your plans and goals taken a back seat to anxiety, fear, or depression? Whatever issues are making you feel "stuck," my goal is to help you overcome your struggles and create a richer, more satisfying life....

Dr. Robin J. Belamaric

Dr. Robin J. Belamaric

  Personal Statement Complex minds and talents require thoughtful identification, skillful cultivation of positive habits, and the courage to practice self-acceptance. When talents and abilities are identified, matched with “just right” challenges, and confidently owned, they become...

Leslie Stanbury

Leslie Stanbury

  Personal Statement Taking the step to see a therapist may seem overwhelming and scary, but it also demonstrates your courage and willingness to make a positive change. My job as a therapist is to provide insight into the challenges you face and guide you beyond their limitations. Whether...

Dr. Shauna Moore Reynolds

Dr. Shauna Moore Reynolds

  Personal Statement My name is Dr. Shauna Moore Reynolds and I am the co-founder and Executive Director of SMR Counseling Services. With the guidance and support of my husband Douglas, I created SMR Counseling Services to serve the needs of those who desire professional therapy outside...

Dr. LaRay Price

Dr. LaRay Price

  Personal Statement Collaboration between a client and therapist is the essential link in our approach to therapy. That means we will work together to find resolutions to your problems. We are committed to providing a positive experience while you start or continue your journey to a...

Psychotherapy in Maryland: Finding a Therapist Near Me

When it comes to seeking therapy, finding a therapist in Maryland can be quite intimidating, especially if you have never had this procedure done before. This is because many people do not realize just how easy it can be to find the therapy and how affordable it can be as well. Because of this, therapy in Maryland has become one of the most popular procedures in the country, and many people find that they can actually save a great deal of money on this procedure if they look hard enough. Of course, this is not to say that people should not shop around before making a final choice for their therapist in Maryland; however, this article will provide some insight into how you can easily find a therapist in MD – no matter what your budget, or where you are located in the state.

One of the best ways to begin searching for a good therapist in Maryland is to use an online relationship therapist directory. The services that these directories offer include professional profiles of a range of different therapists, as well as reviews from past and current clients who have used their services. Reviews and personal experiences are invaluable, and are always a valuable resource for helping you find a suitable therapist in MD. As long as you are careful to check the credentials of any therapist that comes through the list of links on these directories, you can be sure that you are looking at a reputable and experienced professional.

Finding a suitable therapist in Maryland doesn’t have to be a stressful process, but it certainly can be if you don’t know where to begin your search. In fact, this is why seeking therapy online in the first place – to avoid the strain and hassle of trying to find a suitable therapist in your area by going from door-to-door, or even just mowing the lawn. In addition to the online therapy directories, you should also take advantage of the various phone therapy hotlines that are now becoming extremely popular in all parts of the world. These outlines can be especially helpful if you are seeking therapy for some specific issue related to your work, family life, or other stresses that you are experiencing at the moment. A therapist in MD is likely to be able to help you with any number of issues related to the way you think, act, and feel. If you need some sort of immediate help, it is highly recommended that you seek therapy in MD as soon as possible.

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