Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapists in Loyola, Baltimore, MD

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Rebecca Armendariz
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified
My practice also incorporates the frameworks and tenets of the Emotionally Focused Therapy (Sue Johnson), Ego State Therapy (Robin Shapiro and others), Internal Family Systems /parts work (Richard Schwartz and others), and Liberation-Focused Therapy (Shawna Murray-Browne) modalities.
Psychotherapy is a space to bring all the facets of your being for nonjudgmental exploration and compassionate inquiry. In therapy we collaborate to create a safe environment for your self-driven healing and change, and bring attention to your strengths, wounds, protective mechanisms, resources, and creativity. Engaging in the work of building insight into and tolerance for emotional and embodied experiences can lead to positive change in our lives and closer relationships with ourselves and others. In these ways therapy is a rewarding investment.
(443) 398-3474 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Not accepting new clients
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Erin Bowman
Counselor, LGPC
Verified
I draw on Polyvagal theory, Internal Family Systems , and ACT.
You're working to break intergenerational patterns, and show up fully as yourself– that is hard work, especially when there’s no pause button on the rest of life. I help millennials and gen x-ers process the impacts of trauma, including dissociation, in order to navigate relationships in the present with more ease. Together we’ll create more space for you to be your authentic self with yourself and others. When you work with me, we’ll talk about systems of power and oppression and how they’re impacting what you’re feeling and experiencing.
 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21212
Offers online therapy
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Janel Cubbage
Counselor, MS, LCPC
Verified
I treat the impacts of trauma with IFS , EMDR, and somatic approaches.
Often times we are carrying the mental and emotional weight of issues in our relationships, past experiences, traumas, or day to day stressors. This heaviness can begin to cause issues in other areas of your life and often manifests in a myriad of ways. Do you have the relationships you desire? Are you achieving goals? Or is this heaviness leaving you feeling unfulfilled and stuck in life? Are you dealing with the effects of past trauma you've experienced? Seeking help can be the first step in finding relief from your emotional pain, healing, and changing the habits and patterns you've developed that aren't working for you anymore.
 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21212
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Nicole Harrison
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified
Feeling doubtful and having fears about whether you are enough or doing enough is a normal part of being human. Navigating these thoughts on a daily basis while trying to be there for loved ones can be difficult for most. I'm here to help you as you help yourself. I can work alongside you as we identify your strengths and use radical acceptance as a guide to focusing on what’s within your control. We can work together as you create a life with more boundaries, self-awareness, and moments of joy. I'd be honored to help you with this part of your therapeutic journey.
(410) 989-4227 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Grace Anne Brown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
Therapy provides a wonderful and unique space to learn, grow, and heal. As a therapist, I tailor my practice and treatment approach to each individual client and family, and work to meet my clients where they are. I believe that providing a safe and welcoming space for my clients is essential to the therapeutic process, and promotes emotional growth and change. As a therapist, I value meaningful relationships and work to provide my clients with a client-therapist relationship built off trust and safety. I do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, national origin, etc.
(443) 232-1698 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Mindy Lais
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
I feel that therapy can be a wonderful resource to help you cope with and heal from life's challenges. Understanding how your life experiences have led to relationship and behavior patterns can help you make lasting changes and lead a more fulfilling life. I work hard to create a safe environment and partnership with clients to facilitate personal growth. I utilize an integrative therapy model to create a personalized approach for each individual I work with. I also provide consultation.
(410) 498-6523 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Emily Rose Barr
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, MS, LCPC
Verified
Each of us has the capacity to integrate our most difficult experiences with a fundamental desire to change. I specialize in working with women in their mid-20s to mid-40s who are struggling with stress, depression, and anxiety: women who know what it's like to maintain a well-polished exterior while keeping parts of themselves hidden and are overwhelmed by the continual effort this requires. I believe that there are no "good" parts or "bad" parts, only parts that long to be heard; and that when we are at our best, these parts function in harmony.
(443) 214-3123 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Elizabeth Scott
Counselor, MS, NCC, LCPC
Verified
We all experience difficulties at some point in our lives, and we each can benefit from additional support, whether for a specific situation or in resolving a longer term issue. I believe that one of the most important elements of effective therapy is the development of a safe, trusting relationship between therapist and client. Through genuine and respectful connection, we create the environment in which true healing can occur. By promoting insight, increased awareness, and self-compassion, I will support you in living the life of value that you deserve.
(864) 614-1981 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Jennifer Evans Buerger
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, MSASS
Verified
COVID 19 TELETHERAPY ONLY. Almosteveryone is having at least some difficult work with individuals and couples age 17+ who har dealing with an array of issues. Relationship issues, chronic illness, fertility issues, depression anxiety, loss, self-esteem are just a few. I work from a strength based approach. I enjoy working with couples who may be experiencing the stress of a marriage or the roller coaster of fertility issues. Mood disorders affect the individual diagnosed, as well as partners, spouses, family members and loved ones. Together we create a balance of understating and implement the skills and tools you need to succeed.
(410) 449-0939 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
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Resilient Roots Therapy and Consulting
Counselor, MEd, LCPC
Verified
Now Offering Board Approved Supervision and EMDR Consulting! 4/14/22-I am at capacity but please email to seek services from other trauma informed providers at our office. I offer evidenced based trauma treatment while also building a safe and nurturing relationship. I am most suited to treat clients with trauma histories that impact current ability to thrive. I seek to empower clients to own their stories of overcoming. I am best matched with clients who are willing and somewhat ready to work on resolving trauma while seeking day to day recovery from process addictions, substance abuse, or disconnection from others.
 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21212
Not accepting new clients
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Natalie Banwarth
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified
We often do not prioritize giving ourselves the time and space to explore what is going on within us and untangle our emotions. In a fast-paced world, it is important that we create the time to do so and reflect on what parts of the self we're neglecting that need compassionate care. My goal is to create that safe space while helping you tend to your heart, mind, and body on your journey towards healing. I aim to help clients find and build on their inner strengths, while learning to manage intense emotions, grow self-esteem and stronger boundaries, heal wounds, and build healthier relationships with themselves and others.
(410) 469-6584 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Not accepting new clients
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Vanessa Pikler
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Are you struggling with depression or anxiety? Do you defeat yourself with self-critical thinking? Does stress get in the way of accomplishing your goals in life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, please contact me. I can help you develop more self-compassion in order to tackle your problems. You'll feel understood, heard, respected, hopeful, and more confident in your ability to cope. I also work with people with medical illnesses and have special expertise in Health Psychology, such as coping with cancer diagnoses/treatments, caregiver stress, stress management and other mind/body issues.
(410) 970-6500 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy

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Ari Poliakoff
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
I specialize in Internal Family Systems and work with adults, children, and couples.
Wouldn't it be great if your therapist didn't just listen to you, but helped YOU listen to yourself? You know, that Self that gets lost among all your responsibilities and commitments and social media and stress and all the things you tell yourself...all that stuff that makes you feel fragmented and overwhelmed. I love helping people discover themselves amidst the noise of life. Understanding yourself is the key to getting "unstuck" and moving towards success, healing, and growth.
(929) 470-7441 
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Baltimore, MD 21215
Offers online therapy
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Adam J. Freitag
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
Verified
I also have experience in play therapy for all ages, IPT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Internal Family Systems , and other modalities.
There comes a time when all of us need help finding the path forward. Sometimes we need a "reality check." Sometimes we just need someone to listen without judgment. Regardless of what therapist you decide on, you deserve nothing less than the latest treatment models backed by rigorous research. For years, I have helped clients from all walks of life bringing a wide range of challenges, including difficulties with productivity, impulsivity, extreme mood changes, anxiety, marriage/relationship problems, and more. I treat adults, couples, and families, and maintain a safe space to openly discuss gender identity and sexual orientation.
(667) 206-3815 
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Baltimore, MD 21211
Offers online therapy
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Lorraine Garcia
Counselor, PhD, LCPC
Verified
To help move patients toward recovery I use mindfulness strategies, as well as, EMDR, EFT, and IFS , although I have found that just talking or looking for solutions can be helpful too.
There is no doubt that these are stressful times. You may have been struggling with anxiety or depression for a while or may find that this is a new experience brought on by recent events. Perhaps you find yourself staring off into space, losing time, or you feel disconnected from everyone including yourself. You wonder if you're going crazy. When you try to talk with friends or family about what you are going through it doesn't help because they don’t get it or they are struggling too. Whatever the problem is, it is interfering with your life, your relationships, and your feelings about yourself and you are ready to get some help.
(443) 637-1986 
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Baltimore, MD 21230
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Pamela Altemos
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified
I incorporate a variety of therapeutic modalities, such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), mindfulness, Internal Family Systems ( IFS ), breathwork, and somatic techniques.
Are you experiencing challenges in exploring your gender identity? Maybe you are isolated and feeling lonely in your exploration or transition. Or you may be experiencing anxiety about coming out to family and friends. Wherever you are in this process, I will meet you there and help you to achieve gender empowerment. In addition to working with transgender and gender non-conforming issues, I am passionate about working with survivors of relationship violence and sexual trauma as well as eating disorders and body image issues.
(410) 639-3358 x508 
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Baltimore, MD 21211
Offers online therapy
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Stefani Levin
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MEd, LCSW-C, CST
Verified
I am Level 1 IFS -trained and use parts work extensively.
How are you looking to grow, change, or expand your awareness of yourself and your relationships? My work is to support and challenge; providing you with space to explore your self and connections to others, understand the story you create around your experience, and recognize patterns in your life from a foundation of support. Together, we investigate the ways you relate to others, the ties in your history that inform where you are now, and how we can facilitate healing from past and current pain-whether that pain looks like depression, anxiety, trauma, sexual dysfunction, or discomfort in your sexual relationships.
(410) 892-1558 
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Baltimore, MD 21211
Offers online therapy
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Denise Bike
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
If you're tired of repeating the same old patterns and are ready to heal the wounds beneath them, reach out to me. I specialize in early trauma, anxiety disorders, and adult ADHD using IFS (internal family systems ), mindfulness, and CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy).
(443) 225-4969 
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Baltimore, MD 21211
Offers online therapy
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Meredith McHugh
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, MSW, PhD
Verified
Embedded within an anti-oppressive framework, my approach to therapy draws heavily from internal family systems therapy, attachment theory, cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavior therapies, neuroscience and mindfulness.
Therapy with me will provide a safe, warm, nonjudgmental, identity-affirming space where you will feel fully heard and understood. Within a feminist, anti-oppressive, trauma-centered framework we will explore how past and present experiences have shaped the distress, anxiety, anger, or hopelessness you may be carrying. We will explore how you cope with this and why some coping strategies may be further contributing to the stress/distress carried in your brain and body. Together we will work towards healing, growth and developing a greater understanding and compassion for yourself and your journey.
(443) 552-5179 
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Baltimore, MD 21211
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Jeremy Mohler
Counselor
Verified
I use mindfulness, Internal Family Systems ( IFS ) therapy, and an anti-oppressive, trauma-centered, systems framework to provide a safe, nonjudgmental, identity-affirming space where you will feel heard and understood.
Maybe you’re unsatisfied with your job. Maybe you’re tired of dating or feeling disconnected in your relationship. Maybe the inequality and violence of our political and economic systems make you feel hopeless. Whether you’re in crisis or looking to deepen your self-awareness or spiritual practice, I can help you identify and change patterns and behaviors that get in the way of living the life you want.
(410) 881-8492 
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Baltimore, MD 21211
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