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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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Counselor, MS, NCC, LCPC
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"It is my belief that there are two pertinent sides of a successful therapeutic exchange: 1) Support and 2) Education. It is essential to first establish a comfortable environment so that you may feel understood and empowered. It is then important on my part to share pertinent clinical tools or feedback when applicable. When feeling stagnant in life you may develop certain belief patterns of inferiority or insecurity which are detrimental for your emotional and/or physical self. Together, we must seek to develop new means of coping to reframe the limiting beliefs. "
(443) 494-2248
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"It is my belief that there are two pertinent sides of a successful therapeutic exchange: 1) Support and 2) Education. It is essential to first establish a comfortable environment so that you may feel understood and empowered. It is then important on my part to share pertinent clinical tools or feedback when applicable. When feeling stagnant in life you may develop certain belief patterns of inferiority or insecurity which are detrimental for your emotional and/or physical self. Together, we must seek to develop new means of coping to reframe the limiting beliefs. "
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Counselor, MS, LCPC
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"*****If you are having challenges adjusting to life amid the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting shutdowns, please reach out for support and for information on how I am accommodating people seeking services.***** For me, a strong therapeutic relationship built on trust and respect is the foundation upon which therapy can be used to effect personal growth and change. I aim to create a safe, secure, and warm space through empathic understanding and validation. I don't believe anyone is "crazy" or "ill," but rather simply doing the best they can with what they've learned and experienced."
(410) 845-2138
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"*****If you are having challenges adjusting to life amid the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting shutdowns, please reach out for support and for information on how I am accommodating people seeking services.***** For me, a strong therapeutic relationship built on trust and respect is the foundation upon which therapy can be used to effect personal growth and change. I aim to create a safe, secure, and warm space through empathic understanding and validation. I don't believe anyone is "crazy" or "ill," but rather simply doing the best they can with what they've learned and experienced."
Photo of Neriza Candelario, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
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."
Photo of Tanya N. Bryant, LCSW-C, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
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" My Practice is Currently Full And I Am Not Accepting New Clients. Are you dealing with issues of grief and bereavement, divorce or relationship strife? Are you concerned that your career is not moving in the right direction or are you having difficulty balancing work and home-life? If you have a desire for healing and to live well, allow me to assist you in taking the first step to reach your full potential and be your best self. "
(410) 690-7368
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