Mindfulness-Based (MBCT) Therapists in Loyola, Baltimore, MD

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Elizabeth Scott
Counselor, MS, NCC, LCPC
Verified
Using a holistic approach which blends relational and experiential work in therapy, the power of mindfulness and embodiment, and the wisdom of your intuition and inner world, I aim to support you in gaining understanding and relief for yourself, your relationships, and your current struggles.
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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Ellie Miller
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
Verified
I use mindfulness and compassion to work with women who struggle with anxiety.
Things seem relatively fine for you on the outside, yet you keep finding yourself feeling overwhelmed by stress and anxiety. You're often on the lookout for what might go wrong around the corner and tired of being caught up in worry. You're worrying about the future, the past, and about what other people think of you. On top of all that, you're judging yourself for being this way. It's exhausting! You know that worrying and getting overwhelmed easily isn't working, but you're not sure what else to do. Fortunately, anxiety is so workable, and there are plenty of ways to stop it from getting in the way of your life.
(443) 870-4513 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Natalie Banwarth
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified
I like to use Mindfulness -based approaches during therapy to build a sense of self-awareness and ability to ride out the storm in the midst of stress or strong emotions.
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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Jennifer Yarbro
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified
Some of the methods I use frequently are mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapy, self-compassion/ compassion, gestalt therapy and other body centered approaches.
We can't always control what life brings our way, but we can choose how we respond to it. I enjoy helping people reconnect with their natural wisdom in the midst of life's challenges. My goal is to help my clients gain awareness of what is already working in their lives and what patterns and habits have become outdated or self-defeating. A situation, problem or symptom that appears unworkable or overwhelming can offer the key to its own healing when held with gentle, inquisitive attention.
(443) 233-1739 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Alisha Wolf
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, MPH
Verified
My approach includes aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, mindfulness and meditation, cultivating self-compassion, and the therapeutic use of humor, empathy and human connection.
Now accepting new clients! I specialize in working with young adults in transitional phases. I work with people experiencing anxiety, directionlessness and disconnection. I utilize Western, more traditional modalities to address anxiety and depression, as well as Buddhist concepts and approaches to dive into topics such as lack of direction, struggling with overwhelming emotions, and creating an internal sense of calm and peace, regardless of what is happening in your family, at work, or in romantic relationships.
(443) 945-9489 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Priscilla D Lippincott
Counselor, LCPC
Verified
My goal is to enable you to make meaningful changes in your life that free you from inner conflict. Difficult relationships can seem insurmountable, however, gaining insight into yourself and others can breathe new light into a relationship. I can teach you breathing, mindfulness exercises, meditation and energy psychology to help reduce your anxiety and nurture yourself in times of stress. I use EMDR therapy to alleviate physical and emotional residuals of personal and family trauma. If interested, we can explore how Buddhist concepts dovetail with psychotherapy. Please contact me by email to schedule an appointment or consultation
(410) 927-8842 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Not accepting new clients
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Jennifer Turner
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified
I use a variety of different approaches depending on the individual and their situation, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, ACT, EMDR and mindfulness -based approaches.
Do you feel anxious or overwhelmed? Do you feel weighed down by past experiences or struggle with unhealthy patterns? Or are you simply going through a change in your life and need someone to talk to? We all need support sometimes and reaching out for help is a very courageous thing to do. Whatever your reason for seeking therapy, we will work together in a non-judgemental environment to help you heal, discover, thrive, and make changes. I utilize client-centered approaches to therapy and always listen carefully to what you want and need. NOTE: I currently have a waitlist for daytime openings - please email me to be added.
(410) 983-3030 x1 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Not accepting new clients
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Dominic Tannoia
Psychologist, PhD, NCSP
Verified
I treat children, adolescents, and young adults. I understand that while young children (ages 2-7) are often interested in making a change, they are not yet prepared, from a developmental perspective, to navigate therapy and emotional impulses on their own. I am expert in several treaments that support parents in facilitating child practice of skills both live and between sessions. I also enjoy working with older children, adolescents, and young adults facing life transtions or experiencing anxiety. When providing individual therapy, I especially enjoy working with those who are change-oriented and actively engaged in our sessions.
(410) 267-3564 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Beth Kemmerer Vincent
Counselor, MHS, MS, LCPC
Verified
I am a licensed psychotherapist who works with adults and older adolescents facing anxiety, life transitions, stress and relationship issues. I help clients understand the challenges they face and make changes that improve their quality of life. In my experience, this process helps individuals develop greater self esteem, improve communication skills, feel happier and gain a sense of hope.
(443) 295-6134 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Not accepting new clients
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Wendy Bernard Pitts
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified
For new Social Workers: Your degree hasn’t prepared you for everything. Perhaps you’re drowning at your new agency and afraid to ask for help. Or you need supervision to sit for the Maryland, Virginia, or DC clinical licensing exam, but your agency lacks the required supervision certification. I give you the confidence and tools you need to become the clinician you dreamed you’d be. With passion, experience, and supervision certification, I will mentor and nurture your professional growth to help you create a thriving, rewarding career.
(443) 775-2699 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21212
Not accepting new clients
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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
Gigi Farley
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LCPC
Verified
Take the steps to participate in your life the way you deeply want to participate. Come by yourself or come with your partner. Clear, goal-oriented psychotherapy will help. Enjoy your life more!
(410) 927-5129 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Sky Koch
LMSW
Verified
I personally believe therapy is one of the best gifts you can give yourself. The hardest part can be making the first call to get help. It’s time to put YOU first and start living a more mindful and connected life. I am an individual and family therapist who works with children, adolescents, teenagers, and adults.
(443) 232-0654 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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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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Nicole Mattocks
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LMSW
Verified
I am here for those of you feeling lost, overwhelmed, defeated, or unsure how to move forward. Maybe you're feeling anxious or depressed and you've lost touch with the part of you that felt joy or purpose in life. Maybe you're fed up with how down and stuck you've been feeling and it's time for a change. Or maybe you're experiencing some big life transitions and you don't feel emotionally prepared to handle them. Maybe you're in a relationship that doesn't feel healthy, and you don't know what to do about it. These are all common human experiences that are worthy of confronting and working through to find peace and satisfaction.
(410) 936-5732 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21212
Offers online therapy
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Alexandra Wimberly
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, PhD
Verified
You’re stressed out and feeling uneasy a lot of the time. This is showing up mentally and physically, perhaps through aches and pains. You’re unhappy with your current life situation and you’re not sure why; or you’re dealing with a big stressor that is creating a lot of problems and conflicts for you. The things that you’re currently doing to feel better aren’t working for you. Maybe you are drinking alcohol or using drugs more than you would like to. You are fed up feeling this way and are ready for a change.
(443) 222-1025 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21212
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Mark Huffman
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
The hurts of the past are making it harder and harder to function let alone find happiness. The present has lost meaning and things you used to love no longer satisfy. You fear your best days are behind you. You long for something else, something more but don't know what it is or how to get there. You feel you will never measure up. You fear you will never be enough.
(443) 234-0025 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21212
Offers online therapy
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Kim Witkowski
Counselor, PhD, MA, MEd, LCPC
Verified
Dr. Kim Witkowski, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Maryland and South Carolina with 25 years of clinical experience. Dr. Witkowski's practice is currently located at Inspirit Counseling Services, Inc. at Grace United Methodist Church in Baltimore, Md. assisting clients to resolve; trauma, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, coping improvement, mood disorders, bipolar disorders, perfectionism and work-life balance. Relationship counseling is offered to include: dating and committed relationships communication improvement, defining healthy relationships and codependency issues.
(410) 346-5978 x161 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21201
Offers online therapy
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Stony Run Psychology & Wellness
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
At Stony Run Psychology & Wellness, we warmly deliver evidence-based treatment to help patients and families live more meaningfully. We utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). In addition, we offer Behavioral Parent Training and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) to help parents of young children cut through the noise of conflicting advice to shape their child's behavior and promote wellness. Because we aim to empower parents, they determine treatment priorities and turn everyday interactions with their child into therapeutic ones.
(410) 538-2814 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Denise Supik
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, MS, LCPC
Verified
How long has it been since you've felt joy? Have you ever felt empty, as though a part of you is missing? Are you often disappointed in your relationships? In an effort to fill the void, do you find yourself turning to food, overworking, or shopping, but without relief? Are you so hard on yourself that you find it difficult to risk change? In our very busy world, we often lose touch with ourselves and our own healing abilities. We can often feel as though we're caught up in a whirlwind, helpless to get out.
(443) 731-6926 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy


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Mindfulness-Based (MBCT) Therapists
For clients in Loyola, Baltimore with chronic pain, hypertension, heart disease, cancer, and other health issues such as anxiety and depression, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, or MBCT, is a two-part therapy that aims to reduce stress, manage pain, and embrace the freedom to respond to situations by choice. MCBT blends two disciplines--cognitive therapy and mindfulness. Mindfulness helps by reflecting on moments and thoughts without passing judgment. MBCT clients pay close attention to their feelings to reach an objective mindset, thus viewing and combating life's unpleasant occurrences.

Mindfulness Based therapists in Loyola, Baltimore can help with issues like anxiety and depression in their role as Loyola, Baltimore MBCT therapists.