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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S, MSSW, CFTP, CLYL, EMDR-T
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"Emotional issues are a community matter that affects us all. I am dedicated to meeting your needs through support, education, and direct services. I believe in a new high standard of response, helping you at the earliest stage and preventing unnecessary impairment and suffering for you and your family. I specialize in relationships, depression, anxiety, and family violence. I also assist with immigration and home studies. My main goal is to ensure you live a happy life, free of pain and negativity. You are not alone. We can walk together until you feel ready to fly. Cynthia V. Catchings, LCSW-S, CMHIMP, CLYL, CFTP, CMS, EMDR-T"
Culturally Sensitive
Domestic Abuse
Medication Management
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(956) 628-5323
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Domestic Abuse
Medication Management
Transpersonal
"Emotional issues are a community matter that affects us all. I am dedicated to meeting your needs through support, education, and direct services. I believe in a new high standard of response, helping you at the earliest stage and preventing unnecessary impairment and suffering for you and your family. I specialize in relationships, depression, anxiety, and family violence. I also assist with immigration and home studies. My main goal is to ensure you live a happy life, free of pain and negativity. You are not alone. We can walk together until you feel ready to fly. Cynthia V. Catchings, LCSW-S, CMHIMP, CLYL, CFTP, CMS, EMDR-T"
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW
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"What does “healing” mean to you? Is it a one-time event or ongoing process? Maybe for you it’s both? How you define healing will be based on your needs, goals and experiences. I specialize in working with adults to address trauma and major life changes. I have extensive experience working with individuals coping with illness, trauma from medical treatment and violent injury. I'm available for clinical supervision for NC social workers and education/training events for health professionals working with clients/patients experiencing medical trauma."
Culturally Sensitive
Domestic Abuse
Medication Management
Transpersonal
(984) 205-1869
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Domestic Abuse
Medication Management
Transpersonal
"What does “healing” mean to you? Is it a one-time event or ongoing process? Maybe for you it’s both? How you define healing will be based on your needs, goals and experiences. I specialize in working with adults to address trauma and major life changes. I have extensive experience working with individuals coping with illness, trauma from medical treatment and violent injury. I'm available for clinical supervision for NC social workers and education/training events for health professionals working with clients/patients experiencing medical trauma."
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LPC Res, Phd Can, MS, Cert, BS, AS
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"No matter who you are, life is always changing, filled with challenges, transitions, doubts, and sometimes successes. This is, indeed, the human experience, but you do not have to go it alone. Counseling is an available resource to help hone your natural talents and skills to find vision, motivation, meaning, and resolve through your choices and experiences. With the support of a professional counselor there are no dead-end scenarios. I thoroughly believe in meeting clients where they are at, treating individuals with dignity and respect no matter who they are or where they come from, celebrating differences and individuality. "
Culturally Sensitive
Domestic Abuse
Medication Management
Transpersonal
(571) 322-8610
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Domestic Abuse
Medication Management
Transpersonal
"No matter who you are, life is always changing, filled with challenges, transitions, doubts, and sometimes successes. This is, indeed, the human experience, but you do not have to go it alone. Counseling is an available resource to help hone your natural talents and skills to find vision, motivation, meaning, and resolve through your choices and experiences. With the support of a professional counselor there are no dead-end scenarios. I thoroughly believe in meeting clients where they are at, treating individuals with dignity and respect no matter who they are or where they come from, celebrating differences and individuality. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
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"I specialize in working with: adults who experienced trauma as children and never been in therapy before, youth transitioning into adulthood, college issues, working with young people who feel misunderstood and/or alone. When I work with teens and young adults who previously were not engaged in the therapeutic process, my work is non-traditional which supports rapport."
(443) 402-3379
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"I specialize in working with: adults who experienced trauma as children and never been in therapy before, youth transitioning into adulthood, college issues, working with young people who feel misunderstood and/or alone. When I work with teens and young adults who previously were not engaged in the therapeutic process, my work is non-traditional which supports rapport."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
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"People come to therapy for a variety of reasons, but ultimately the purpose of meeting a therapist is to explore challenges that are bothering you or keeping you from being engaged in important areas of your life. In this process, we will work with elements from your history and present life to detect and explore patterns that may be preventing you from being who you would like to be. Through the work we do together, you will develop more insight into your conscious and unconscious processes."
(443) 426-4861
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"People come to therapy for a variety of reasons, but ultimately the purpose of meeting a therapist is to explore challenges that are bothering you or keeping you from being engaged in important areas of your life. In this process, we will work with elements from your history and present life to detect and explore patterns that may be preventing you from being who you would like to be. Through the work we do together, you will develop more insight into your conscious and unconscious processes."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
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"April Moreno is a Psychotherapist and owner of Moreno Counseling and Consulting, LLC, which provides counseling services, mental health workshops and consulting. She is approved by the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners as a certified clinical supervisor. She provides clinical supervision for social workers and mentoring for mental health professionals. April provides therapy for children, teenagers and adults. She helps clients address a range of issues such as depression, anxiety, low self esteem and life stressors. She has advanced certification in trauma and has experience treating clients diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)."
(443) 578-3558
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"April Moreno is a Psychotherapist and owner of Moreno Counseling and Consulting, LLC, which provides counseling services, mental health workshops and consulting. She is approved by the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners as a certified clinical supervisor. She provides clinical supervision for social workers and mentoring for mental health professionals. April provides therapy for children, teenagers and adults. She helps clients address a range of issues such as depression, anxiety, low self esteem and life stressors. She has advanced certification in trauma and has experience treating clients diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)."
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Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, LCPC, ACS
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"Maybe you're having a hard time dealing with a particular problem or maybe something happened that you can't figure out how to handle and you're contemplating whether to seek counseling. I know that making that decision isn't always easy. But, I believe it will prove to be helpful and I believe I can help you. I handle all my clients with the greatest level of care by looking at the many aspects of their situations including emotional, social, physical health, relationships and personal goals so that I may help to promote meaningful and successful life changes."
(410) 618-0967
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"Maybe you're having a hard time dealing with a particular problem or maybe something happened that you can't figure out how to handle and you're contemplating whether to seek counseling. I know that making that decision isn't always easy. But, I believe it will prove to be helpful and I believe I can help you. I handle all my clients with the greatest level of care by looking at the many aspects of their situations including emotional, social, physical health, relationships and personal goals so that I may help to promote meaningful and successful life changes."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, BCST
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"As a Clinical Social Worker and Board Certified Sex Therapist, I specialize in sexual, relationship, and intimacy issues. I work with the LGBTQ community, as well as, heterosexual clients; focusing on gender identity issues, sex addiction, couples counseling, and women's issues. I provide individual, family, and couples therapy to promote healing and life enrichment."
(410) 782-3885
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"As a Clinical Social Worker and Board Certified Sex Therapist, I specialize in sexual, relationship, and intimacy issues. I work with the LGBTQ community, as well as, heterosexual clients; focusing on gender identity issues, sex addiction, couples counseling, and women's issues. I provide individual, family, and couples therapy to promote healing and life enrichment."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
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"As an LGBTQ+ affirming therapist, I want you to know that if you are here, you are strong. I am passionate about supporting LGBTQ+ identifying people who want to feel better and live authentically. I offer individual psychotherapy and support groups. If you are struggling with feelings of shame, anxiety, depression, and experiencing lack of family acceptance, discrimination, or bullying due to your sexual, transgender, non-binary, or gender non-conforming identity - you are absolutely not alone. Let's work together to increase your self-acceptance, improve your relationships, and build self-worth. "
(410) 220-6976
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"As an LGBTQ+ affirming therapist, I want you to know that if you are here, you are strong. I am passionate about supporting LGBTQ+ identifying people who want to feel better and live authentically. I offer individual psychotherapy and support groups. If you are struggling with feelings of shame, anxiety, depression, and experiencing lack of family acceptance, discrimination, or bullying due to your sexual, transgender, non-binary, or gender non-conforming identity - you are absolutely not alone. Let's work together to increase your self-acceptance, improve your relationships, and build self-worth. "
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Counselor, MA, LCPC, NCC
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"I am motivated and committed to assisting clients in reaching their greatest and most powerful life success outcomes, by providing therapeutic and coaching services that ensure optimal mental and emotional well-being. I specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD and substance abuse. I work mostly with an adult population but will provide services to adolescents. I also work with public, private and faith based communities, providing life skills workshops and training. I currently accept insurances through Maryland Medicaid, Aetna and Care First Blue Cross Blue Shield."
(410) 286-1825
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"I am motivated and committed to assisting clients in reaching their greatest and most powerful life success outcomes, by providing therapeutic and coaching services that ensure optimal mental and emotional well-being. I specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD and substance abuse. I work mostly with an adult population but will provide services to adolescents. I also work with public, private and faith based communities, providing life skills workshops and training. I currently accept insurances through Maryland Medicaid, Aetna and Care First Blue Cross Blue Shield."
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Psychologist, Psy.D., RPT-S
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"Deciding to seek and accept help and support for you, your child, and/or your family is a courageous step toward self-discovery, healing, and growth. I work collaboratively with individuals and families to assist them in understanding, expressing, and processing internal and external struggles. Receiving compassionate, non-judgmental, and empathetic care during some of the darkest and most painful moments of our lives is an invaluable experience on our path to healing. You do not have to confront your struggles alone. I am here to remind you that you and your thoughts, feelings, and experiences matter."
(833) 584-2218
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"Deciding to seek and accept help and support for you, your child, and/or your family is a courageous step toward self-discovery, healing, and growth. I work collaboratively with individuals and families to assist them in understanding, expressing, and processing internal and external struggles. Receiving compassionate, non-judgmental, and empathetic care during some of the darkest and most painful moments of our lives is an invaluable experience on our path to healing. You do not have to confront your struggles alone. I am here to remind you that you and your thoughts, feelings, and experiences matter."
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Counselor, LCPC, CSOTP, CCTP, CDWF
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"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS! Let's get to the real stuff!! Are you having a difficult time managing the "stuff" in your life? Whether it be depression, anxiety, substances, relationships, etc. We are living in a very fast pace world where our stuff can become overwhelming and may need some assistance. My belief to counseling is to assist the client where they are and aid in identifying solutions. Through therapy, I provide my clients with the tools that they need to live their life to the fullest and to discover the potential they have within themselves."
(410) 593-1739
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"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS! Let's get to the real stuff!! Are you having a difficult time managing the "stuff" in your life? Whether it be depression, anxiety, substances, relationships, etc. We are living in a very fast pace world where our stuff can become overwhelming and may need some assistance. My belief to counseling is to assist the client where they are and aid in identifying solutions. Through therapy, I provide my clients with the tools that they need to live their life to the fullest and to discover the potential they have within themselves."
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Counselor, MS, HS-BCP, LGPC
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"Counseling and therapy services should be approached as a collaborative effort between the counselor and client with the purpose of establishing and achieving goals mutually agreed upon. The goal is seeking to help the client address, resolve, and cope with issues that are affecting their wellness and ability to thrive in life. I work with clients who are experiencing life stressors that are causing distress in their lives that require therapeutic interventions and therapy approaches."
(443) 960-7438
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"Counseling and therapy services should be approached as a collaborative effort between the counselor and client with the purpose of establishing and achieving goals mutually agreed upon. The goal is seeking to help the client address, resolve, and cope with issues that are affecting their wellness and ability to thrive in life. I work with clients who are experiencing life stressors that are causing distress in their lives that require therapeutic interventions and therapy approaches."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-C, MDiv
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"Over 25 years ago, I began a professional journey that centers on what I believe to be an essential truth--psychotherapy is an act of love. As your guide, we will be engaged in the co-creation of an amazing work of art--a stronger, healthier you. My role is to simply serve as a refuge for your heart, giving you the space to access your innate wisdom your internal strength, your resilience, and your hope. Our relationship as client and therapist is sacred, without judgment or blame."
(410) 489-1123
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"Over 25 years ago, I began a professional journey that centers on what I believe to be an essential truth--psychotherapy is an act of love. As your guide, we will be engaged in the co-creation of an amazing work of art--a stronger, healthier you. My role is to simply serve as a refuge for your heart, giving you the space to access your innate wisdom your internal strength, your resilience, and your hope. Our relationship as client and therapist is sacred, without judgment or blame."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
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"I've been working as a therapist for people suffering from Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, bereavement, trauma issues, and addictions for over 25 years. I've also done much couples counseling and family counseling. In recent years I've obtained training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, now considered the gold standard for treating people with life traumas as well as anxieties. I look forward to helping you identify the changes you'd like to make and helping you enhance your strengths for achieving your goals."
(410) 697-5233
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"I've been working as a therapist for people suffering from Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, bereavement, trauma issues, and addictions for over 25 years. I've also done much couples counseling and family counseling. In recent years I've obtained training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, now considered the gold standard for treating people with life traumas as well as anxieties. I look forward to helping you identify the changes you'd like to make and helping you enhance your strengths for achieving your goals."
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"Hi all... I am expecting to be out on maternity leave soon and am not currently accepting new clients. I expect to return to the office in late November 2019/ early December 2019. "
(410) 216-5940
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"Hi all... I am expecting to be out on maternity leave soon and am not currently accepting new clients. I expect to return to the office in late November 2019/ early December 2019. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, LICSW
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"I am passionate about supporting women who are experiencing unexpected disappointments and difficult life changes. They are feeling overwhelmed by life after high school or college, or need support with the challenges of motherhood, or are concerned about relationship difficulties, or the pain of a heartbreak that just won't heal. Some of the women I support share that they find comfort with extra food, or have worries and insecurities about their weight and body image. If you can relate, please know that you are not alone. If you are ready to break free, I am here."
(410) 205-4714
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"I am passionate about supporting women who are experiencing unexpected disappointments and difficult life changes. They are feeling overwhelmed by life after high school or college, or need support with the challenges of motherhood, or are concerned about relationship difficulties, or the pain of a heartbreak that just won't heal. Some of the women I support share that they find comfort with extra food, or have worries and insecurities about their weight and body image. If you can relate, please know that you are not alone. If you are ready to break free, I am here."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
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"I believe everyone was CHOSEN FOR PURPOSE! At Chosen for Purpose, my goal is to provide therapy designed for self-exploration, empowerment, and wholeness. It is a team effort, so lets go on this therapy journey together as you seek to heal from past hurts, build healthy relationships, grow, and learn the tools needed to achieve your true purpose in life. "
(443) 251-3155
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"I believe everyone was CHOSEN FOR PURPOSE! At Chosen for Purpose, my goal is to provide therapy designed for self-exploration, empowerment, and wholeness. It is a team effort, so lets go on this therapy journey together as you seek to heal from past hurts, build healthy relationships, grow, and learn the tools needed to achieve your true purpose in life. "
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Psychological Associate, MS
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"Please call the office to inquire about potential appointments. I have been in practice for over ten years and have worked with a variety of individuals; specializing in those who struggle with anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. If you want to learn why you repeat the same negative patterns, or why you continue to have relationships with the same type of people, psychotherapy could be very beneficial to making positive changes in your life."
(410) 807-3735
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"Please call the office to inquire about potential appointments. I have been in practice for over ten years and have worked with a variety of individuals; specializing in those who struggle with anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. If you want to learn why you repeat the same negative patterns, or why you continue to have relationships with the same type of people, psychotherapy could be very beneficial to making positive changes in your life."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, CPR
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"Life can be a struggle because of our internal and interpersonal difficulties. It can also feel daunting to reach out to another for help. The courage it takes to reach out is already the change process in motion in your life. My approach focuses not simply on the shame, guilt, anxieties, doubt and traumas that bring you to psychotherapy, but what is right and where is the glimmer of change in your struggles and traumas. I address traumatic experience, grief, addiction, emotional disturbances, life adjustments, and interpersonal stressors. I specialize in addiction recovery, PTSD and emotional disturbances, and personal growth. "
(443) 290-5643
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"Life can be a struggle because of our internal and interpersonal difficulties. It can also feel daunting to reach out to another for help. The courage it takes to reach out is already the change process in motion in your life. My approach focuses not simply on the shame, guilt, anxieties, doubt and traumas that bring you to psychotherapy, but what is right and where is the glimmer of change in your struggles and traumas. I address traumatic experience, grief, addiction, emotional disturbances, life adjustments, and interpersonal stressors. I specialize in addiction recovery, PTSD and emotional disturbances, and personal growth. "

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If you're looking for Culturally Sensitive Therapy in 21228 or for a 21228 Culturally Sensitive Therapist, these professionals provide culture sensitive therapy, cultural identity therapy. They include culturally sensitive therapists in 21228, cultural therapists, cultural identity psychologists, and culturally sensitive counselors.


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Therapists in 21228 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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.