Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, MSW Verified
Verified
Catonsville, MD 21228
I am dedicated to helping those who have experienced trauma, whether it be a single incident, episodic trauma or chronic trauma, and help guide them on their path to healing and recovery. As well as, being dedicated to the recovery process for those who have survived a loss or multiple losses and are experiencing complications that impact their ability to heal and move forward. There is a special place in my heart for children with special needs and helping their families and the children navigate with the multitude of issues they face through case management services.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(410) 449-1276
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Catonsville, MD 21228
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
I am dedicated to helping those who have experienced trauma, whether it be a single incident, episodic trauma or chronic trauma, and help guide them on their path to healing and recovery. As well as, being dedicated to the recovery process for those who have survived a loss or multiple losses and are experiencing complications that impact their ability to heal and move forward. There is a special place in my heart for children with special needs and helping their families and the children navigate with the multitude of issues they face through case management services.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C Verified
Verified
Catonsville, MD 21228
I believe that the most important element in mental health treatment is building a secure alliance in which you are the expert of your life and I bring in the professional guidance.. I believe that consistent daily practice of self-love, empathy and compassion can overcome years of trauma and unhealthy coping skills. Everyone has the capacity to move towards mental wellness given appropriate resources and empathy. I use a very eclectic style in my approach. I heavily implement CBT and Mindfulness practices with a customized style of client centered because I firmly believe that individual therapy is not one size fits all.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(410) 883-7872
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Catonsville, MD 21228
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
I believe that the most important element in mental health treatment is building a secure alliance in which you are the expert of your life and I bring in the professional guidance.. I believe that consistent daily practice of self-love, empathy and compassion can overcome years of trauma and unhealthy coping skills. Everyone has the capacity to move towards mental wellness given appropriate resources and empathy. I use a very eclectic style in my approach. I heavily implement CBT and Mindfulness practices with a customized style of client centered because I firmly believe that individual therapy is not one size fits all.
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Jake Jackson-Wolf
Counselor, MEd, LGPC Verified
Verified
Each of us is in search of deeper meaning in our lives, our relationships, and our work. Sometimes, we miss the forest for the trees and realize that we have let life pass us by. The unique human condition requires us to balance autonomy and choice with fear and pain. We have the ability for deep connection, hurt, and triumph. In our work together, we will take a look at the things that are holding you back from living the life you want to be living.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(410) 835-7978
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Each of us is in search of deeper meaning in our lives, our relationships, and our work. Sometimes, we miss the forest for the trees and realize that we have let life pass us by. The unique human condition requires us to balance autonomy and choice with fear and pain. We have the ability for deep connection, hurt, and triumph. In our work together, we will take a look at the things that are holding you back from living the life you want to be living.
Andrea Ellis
Counselor, MS, NCC, LGPC Verified
Verified
Are you currently struggling with the continuous challenges of life? The changes, the constant stress, the pressures; the worldwide changes that impact our everyday life; the constant struggle to greet every day cheerfully and be a productive member of society despite our fears and insecurities. These changes in our lives may invite various hardships that we are obligated to overcome. Many of my clients felt this way until they asked for help. It was at that point that we uncovered their strength and made significant strides toward health and healing. There is strength in asking for an accepting help.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(443) 247-0257
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Are you currently struggling with the continuous challenges of life? The changes, the constant stress, the pressures; the worldwide changes that impact our everyday life; the constant struggle to greet every day cheerfully and be a productive member of society despite our fears and insecurities. These changes in our lives may invite various hardships that we are obligated to overcome. Many of my clients felt this way until they asked for help. It was at that point that we uncovered their strength and made significant strides toward health and healing. There is strength in asking for an accepting help.
At Medpsych Health Services, our goal is to provide thoughtful, competent, compassionate, and thorough psychiatric consultation, diagnostic evaluation, medication treatment, and as well as therapy services to clients in a confidential and caring environment with special consideration to biological, psychological, and physical health. We are an integrated mental health service provider where psychiatrists, psychologists, and psychotherapists collectively treat mental illnesses with complete consideration of your full medical, psychological, social, and family history.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(301) 678-1192
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
At Medpsych Health Services, our goal is to provide thoughtful, competent, compassionate, and thorough psychiatric consultation, diagnostic evaluation, medication treatment, and as well as therapy services to clients in a confidential and caring environment with special consideration to biological, psychological, and physical health. We are an integrated mental health service provider where psychiatrists, psychologists, and psychotherapists collectively treat mental illnesses with complete consideration of your full medical, psychological, social, and family history.
Noëlle Opsahl
Psychologist, MEd, PhD Verified
Verified
Engaging in self-care is one of the most powerful choices we can make in our lives. Taking care of our mental health is one essential aspect of self-care. Choosing to address emotional pain can feel daunting. Ever imagine it could also feel rewarding? Psychotherapy can provide a unique opportunity to foster growth, compassion, and self-acceptance. As a clinical psychologist, my goal is to guide you on your personal journey, and help you embrace your most authentic self so you can live a life that’s meaningful to you and take value-based actions.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(301) 960-5732
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Engaging in self-care is one of the most powerful choices we can make in our lives. Taking care of our mental health is one essential aspect of self-care. Choosing to address emotional pain can feel daunting. Ever imagine it could also feel rewarding? Psychotherapy can provide a unique opportunity to foster growth, compassion, and self-acceptance. As a clinical psychologist, my goal is to guide you on your personal journey, and help you embrace your most authentic self so you can live a life that’s meaningful to you and take value-based actions.
Lorrie Hurst
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, CCATP Verified
Verified
Are you or a loved one having trouble with daily life, family, school, or relationships? I am here to help. I provide a safe place to talk about those concerns, and insure that every client feels heard. I work with children, adults, families and groups with many different needs and backgrounds. I enjoy working with clients who struggle with anxiety, mood disturbances, communication problems, life transitions, autism/spectrum disorder, low self-esteem, behavioral/emotional adjustments, and substance abuse/addiction to name a few.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(301) 756-5252
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Are you or a loved one having trouble with daily life, family, school, or relationships? I am here to help. I provide a safe place to talk about those concerns, and insure that every client feels heard. I work with children, adults, families and groups with many different needs and backgrounds. I enjoy working with clients who struggle with anxiety, mood disturbances, communication problems, life transitions, autism/spectrum disorder, low self-esteem, behavioral/emotional adjustments, and substance abuse/addiction to name a few.
Andrew Bodine
Counselor, LGPC Verified
Verified
Life is something to be enjoyed. Sometimes obstacles, stress, and pain rob us of our joy. If your daily goal is to simply “get by” or “to survive until tomorrow”- I want to help you overcome these obstacles. Throughout your therapy process, I will give you tools that challenge your perspective of yourself and the world around you. Helping you to live a happier life through self-acceptance and compassion, allowing you to make deeper connections with others and the ability to enjoy all that life has to offer.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(301) 965-6553
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Life is something to be enjoyed. Sometimes obstacles, stress, and pain rob us of our joy. If your daily goal is to simply “get by” or “to survive until tomorrow”- I want to help you overcome these obstacles. Throughout your therapy process, I will give you tools that challenge your perspective of yourself and the world around you. Helping you to live a happier life through self-acceptance and compassion, allowing you to make deeper connections with others and the ability to enjoy all that life has to offer.
Kevin M Holloway
Psychologist, PhD Verified
Verified
Change can be difficult and scary. Confronting challenges, asking for help, and making changes is a strong choice! Change is possible and reachable. Whether dealing with the fallout from trauma, grief, anxiety, or depression, you can reclaim your life. I enjoy working with clients in a collaborative, accepting, non-judgmental relationship to customize interventions and treatments that work to their personal circumstances. Together we'll explore the patterns keeping you stuck and design ways to help you heal, re-engage, and live authentically.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(301) 857-4543
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Change can be difficult and scary. Confronting challenges, asking for help, and making changes is a strong choice! Change is possible and reachable. Whether dealing with the fallout from trauma, grief, anxiety, or depression, you can reclaim your life. I enjoy working with clients in a collaborative, accepting, non-judgmental relationship to customize interventions and treatments that work to their personal circumstances. Together we'll explore the patterns keeping you stuck and design ways to help you heal, re-engage, and live authentically.
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Elizabeth Lynn Meritt
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW Verified
Verified
I work with teens and adults struggling with depression and anxiety, relationship and school related issues, and self-harm. I also have experience with substance use disorders. It is my goal to work with each client and provide them with a safe and positive environment to explore the issues and destructive patterns that cause distress and discover healthy and adaptive ways to live and thrive.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(757) 353-4154
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
I work with teens and adults struggling with depression and anxiety, relationship and school related issues, and self-harm. I also have experience with substance use disorders. It is my goal to work with each client and provide them with a safe and positive environment to explore the issues and destructive patterns that cause distress and discover healthy and adaptive ways to live and thrive.
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Constantine Trela
PhD Verified
Verified
My ideal patient doesn’t have one particular problem, or come from a specific demographic or social background. But, rather, the patients that I enjoy working with most are those that view therapy as a team effort. They are willing to provide open and honest feedback about is working and what we need to change or adapt.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(410) 995-9731
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
My ideal patient doesn’t have one particular problem, or come from a specific demographic or social background. But, rather, the patients that I enjoy working with most are those that view therapy as a team effort. They are willing to provide open and honest feedback about is working and what we need to change or adapt.
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Georgina S Arhin
Counselor, LCPC, LPC, ACS Verified
Verified
There is nothing like being listened to and understood on a deep level, with genuine interest, unconditional positive regard, congruence, empathy and acceptance. This is what I strive to offer in therapy, as we explore together your hopes and dreams, your losses and regrets, your longings and fears. Many people come to therapy to free themselves from self-defeating patterns, maladaptive behaviors and the legacy of past traumas, so they can be more truly themselves in relation to others and live with greater satisfaction and meaning.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(240) 713-5995
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
There is nothing like being listened to and understood on a deep level, with genuine interest, unconditional positive regard, congruence, empathy and acceptance. This is what I strive to offer in therapy, as we explore together your hopes and dreams, your losses and regrets, your longings and fears. Many people come to therapy to free themselves from self-defeating patterns, maladaptive behaviors and the legacy of past traumas, so they can be more truly themselves in relation to others and live with greater satisfaction and meaning.
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Dr. Yaakov Shugarman
Psychologist, PsyD Verified
Verified
I am a licensed clinical psychologist and am currently accepting new patients. I enjoy working with a diverse group of individuals who have various levels of mental health challenges. One of my specialties is helping people attain higher levels of self esteem. My approach to psychotherapy comes from an understanding that every individual is unique and that various life experiences as well as genetic makeup contribute to one's overall mental health. I take into account the particular needs of the person & focus on the current problem while also processing & exploring further in an attempt to identify & resolve the root of the issue.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(443) 672-2988
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
I am a licensed clinical psychologist and am currently accepting new patients. I enjoy working with a diverse group of individuals who have various levels of mental health challenges. One of my specialties is helping people attain higher levels of self esteem. My approach to psychotherapy comes from an understanding that every individual is unique and that various life experiences as well as genetic makeup contribute to one's overall mental health. I take into account the particular needs of the person & focus on the current problem while also processing & exploring further in an attempt to identify & resolve the root of the issue.
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Insight Therapy & Wellness
Counselor, MEd, LCPC, NCC Verified
Verified
Marissa has experience treating individuals and couples experiencing anxiety, adjustment disorders, addictions, ADHD, anger management issues, depression, chronic illness or pain, infidelity, OCD, mood disorders, PTSD, relationship issues, and self-esteem or body image issues. She meets clients where they're at with empathy and compassion, while also challenging and guiding them to meet their needs and goals. She works best with clients who are ready to be challenged, take action, and show up willing to be open.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(410) 324-7609
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Marissa has experience treating individuals and couples experiencing anxiety, adjustment disorders, addictions, ADHD, anger management issues, depression, chronic illness or pain, infidelity, OCD, mood disorders, PTSD, relationship issues, and self-esteem or body image issues. She meets clients where they're at with empathy and compassion, while also challenging and guiding them to meet their needs and goals. She works best with clients who are ready to be challenged, take action, and show up willing to be open.
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Derek Cooper
Counselor, LGPC, CAC, NCC Verified
Verified
Congratulations on your first step towards a new you! I work hard with clients to transform existing coping mechanisms into healthier coping skills and grounding techniques to manage difficult emotions and stressors that come up in life. I have extensively worked in the field of substance abuse and incorporate psychoeducation into therapy sessions to promote a warm, learning and nonjudgmental environment. CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(301) 686-5409
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Congratulations on your first step towards a new you! I work hard with clients to transform existing coping mechanisms into healthier coping skills and grounding techniques to manage difficult emotions and stressors that come up in life. I have extensively worked in the field of substance abuse and incorporate psychoeducation into therapy sessions to promote a warm, learning and nonjudgmental environment. CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS.
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Lauren Waikart
Counselor, MA, NCC, LCPC Verified
Verified
Finding a therapist is often way harder than it should be. It takes effort and energy to realize that what you're doing right now isn't working and subsequently reach out for help. Maybe you've been feeling sad, anxious or just off for a long time now, or maybe this is a new experience you haven't had to deal with in the past. Whichever your position, sometimes it's necessary to have an objective outside party help you stand back and examine your life more holistically. We often feel as though our story is set in stone, and the role we're playing can't be changed. We get stuck thinking the same thoughts, acting the same as always.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(804) 251-2973
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Finding a therapist is often way harder than it should be. It takes effort and energy to realize that what you're doing right now isn't working and subsequently reach out for help. Maybe you've been feeling sad, anxious or just off for a long time now, or maybe this is a new experience you haven't had to deal with in the past. Whichever your position, sometimes it's necessary to have an objective outside party help you stand back and examine your life more holistically. We often feel as though our story is set in stone, and the role we're playing can't be changed. We get stuck thinking the same thoughts, acting the same as always.
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Andy Santanello
Psychologist, PsyD Verified
Verified
Suffering comes in a lot of different flavors: anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems, health problems. All types of suffering have one thing in common: they make it really hard to live the life you want. You've probably tried common solutions to suffering (thinking positive, exercise, medication, etc.) and now you are considering therapy. I have to tell you something that you probably already know at some level: life includes painful experiences. No therapy can remove pain from your life. However, it can help you relate differently to that pain so that it doesn't get in the way of living the life you really want.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(443) 856-6004
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Suffering comes in a lot of different flavors: anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems, health problems. All types of suffering have one thing in common: they make it really hard to live the life you want. You've probably tried common solutions to suffering (thinking positive, exercise, medication, etc.) and now you are considering therapy. I have to tell you something that you probably already know at some level: life includes painful experiences. No therapy can remove pain from your life. However, it can help you relate differently to that pain so that it doesn't get in the way of living the life you really want.
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Dr. Neville Galloway-Williams
Psychologist, PhD Verified
Verified
You've been feeling constantly on edge. You’re not even sure what life would be like without anxiety. Perhaps you can’t stop thinking about a life-threatening event you experienced; perhaps you can’t shake the nagging doubt that everyone is about to discover that you have no idea what you’re doing; perhaps you’re a therapist or other helping professional who cannot seem to prioritize self-care; or perhaps, though others tell you that you seem like you have it all together, you can't seem to live up to your own high standards. You have somehow lost touch with the things that bring you meaning and purpose.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(443) 501-2663
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
You've been feeling constantly on edge. You’re not even sure what life would be like without anxiety. Perhaps you can’t stop thinking about a life-threatening event you experienced; perhaps you can’t shake the nagging doubt that everyone is about to discover that you have no idea what you’re doing; perhaps you’re a therapist or other helping professional who cannot seem to prioritize self-care; or perhaps, though others tell you that you seem like you have it all together, you can't seem to live up to your own high standards. You have somehow lost touch with the things that bring you meaning and purpose.
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Naomi Orevba
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW , LMSW Verified
Verified
Taking the time to find someone to talk with takes inner strength. So, it is essential to recognize the strength within you to want to improve your life. If you are ready to make a positive change in your life, then I am here to help and support you along the way. I am an open-minded person that can provide a space free of judgment for you to feel free to express yourself. I have experience working with individuals that are struggling with anxiety, depression, work issues, life stressors, loss or trauma, trouble in your relationship, and self-esteem. No matter what you are going through, know that I am here to help.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(667) 202-1598
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
Taking the time to find someone to talk with takes inner strength. So, it is essential to recognize the strength within you to want to improve your life. If you are ready to make a positive change in your life, then I am here to help and support you along the way. I am an open-minded person that can provide a space free of judgment for you to feel free to express yourself. I have experience working with individuals that are struggling with anxiety, depression, work issues, life stressors, loss or trauma, trouble in your relationship, and self-esteem. No matter what you are going through, know that I am here to help.
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Cindy Dominique
Psy, D, LCPC Verified
Verified
I so appreciate you taking this opportunity to come to my page and reach out for help. It truly takes courage and determination especially when we are in vulnerable spaces in our lives. My hope and my goal is to help you discover your strengths and increase your ability to cope with stressful life transitions that may lead to depression, anxiety, or emotional distress. Additionally, help you heal, become empowered, and reclaim your life. My clinical interests include depression, cultural issues, grief/loss, substance abuse, and trauma. My approach to therapy is integrative with an emphasis cognitive behavioral techniques.
Cognitive Processing (CPT)
(240) 702-2994
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Cognitive Processing (CPT)
I so appreciate you taking this opportunity to come to my page and reach out for help. It truly takes courage and determination especially when we are in vulnerable spaces in our lives. My hope and my goal is to help you discover your strengths and increase your ability to cope with stressful life transitions that may lead to depression, anxiety, or emotional distress. Additionally, help you heal, become empowered, and reclaim your life. My clinical interests include depression, cultural issues, grief/loss, substance abuse, and trauma. My approach to therapy is integrative with an emphasis cognitive behavioral techniques.

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Cognitive Processing (CPT) Therapists
If you're looking for CPT therapy in 21228 or for a 21228 Cognitive processing (CPT) therapist these professionals provide cognitive processing therapy, CPT therapy, cognitive processing therapy. They include CPT therapists, CPT psychologists, CPT psychotherapists and CPT counselors.

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Therapists in 21228 are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in 21228

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 21228 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 21228 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 21228 or family therapy in 21228.