Relationship Issues Therapists in Loyola, Baltimore, MD

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Elizabeth Scott
Counselor, MS, NCC, LCPC
Verified
I am a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of anxiety, stress, relationship difficulties, depression, self-esteem, trauma, abuse, grief/loss and emotion dysregulation.
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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Barry A Bass
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Where does sexual intimacy fit into a loving relationship ? As a certified AASECT sex therapist I help couples to see that sexual satisfaction is not an optional but rather is an essential component of a long term happy marriage.
Although the desire for romantic intimacy is perfectly natural, long term intimate relationships are rarely naturally perfect. For over 30 years I have dedicated my professional life to helping individuals and couples fine tune their not-always naturally perfect relationships. Although I am a clinical psychologist who continues to treat individuals suffering from the full spectrum of psychological disorders, most of my career has been devoted to working with individuals and couples experiencing marital, relationship , and/or sexual concerns; to assisting couples seeking relief from the trauma of infidelity; and to treating individuals suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder or anger control issues.
(410) 305-9329 
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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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Priscilla D Lippincott
Counselor, LCPC
Verified
The heart of therapy is a supportive, trusting relationship that is created between you and I, which engenders confidence and a stronger sense of self.
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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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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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
A prerequisite to treatment is a warm, collaborative relationship .
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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Jennifer Levine LCPC
Counselor, LCPC
Verified
My areas of strength are relationship building and my compassion and warmth when working with adolescents and adults. I am able to build a sense of strength and hope with clients that I work with in treatment. I have a realistic and reasonable approach in meeting the individual needs of clients. I believe that each person requires personalized treatment and needs to be communicated with throughout the therapy process.
(443) 856-2953 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Stacey Uebersax
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
In my practice, I work with adults and older adolescents facing challenges such as eating disorders, depression and anxiety, as well as a variety of other mental health concerns. Research shows that an authentic and caring therapeutic relationship , coupled with evidence based treatments, provides a strong foundation for success. My approach to therapy is integrative, collaborative and individualized. My goal is to help you determine what is causing and maintaining current problems and how to make necessary changes in thoughts, feelings and behaviors, leading to enduring change and resulting in greater health and happiness.
(443) 622-6876 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Offers online therapy
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Nadiyah Edwards
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
There can sometimes be subtle or significant difficulty internally and externally navigating wellness. Disruption in peace and wellness can look like disorganization or even excessive organization. Recognizing and coping with stressors can be difficult for some people; some have learned to cope and sometimes forget or outgrow coping skills. My approach to therapy prioritizes the mind, body, and spirit relationship . Therapy with me includes cultural and ethnic history and practices. I prioritize facilitating brave spaces to support individuals in courageous healing.
(443) 815-4110 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21212
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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Jadranka Milovanovic
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, MSc, NBCC, LPC, IAAP
Verified
Through the above mentioned therapeutic methods/ relationship I aim at helping clients share their experiences that lead them to seek help, increase self-understanding and self-acceptance, and learn the necessary skills, so that they can confront themselves and others in more effective ways.
My professional training is in nursing, psychology, pastoral counseling, and Jungian Psychoanalysis. This unique background gives me a holistic perspective and helps me to look beyond symptoms, focus on underlying causes, and build on inner strengths and resources. The goal is to help my clients recognize, appreciate and cultivate their inner life; to be their whole and best self! I have a diverse practice that includes people of various ages and cultures. I explore the unconscious through dreams, fantasies and imagination. I also perform Association Experiment for those who face stubborn creative blocks.
(443) 746-0059 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
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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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Peggy Mcnally
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LCPC
Verified
I have been a therapist for many years, ( ~ 38-man I sound old) and have studied many theories and learned many therapeutic techniques, some more valuable than others. However, what's most important is the therapeutic relationship between client and therapist. A client must come to trust their therapist, feel accepted and have faith that their therapist knows what they are doing clinically. That being said, I have found Cognitive Behavioral techniques,, EMDR for trauma, Acceptance and Commitment therapy and others effective.
(443) 227-5644 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
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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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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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Joseph Raymond Schap
Counselor, MS, LCPC, NCC
Verified
Thanks for looking at my profile. I'm sorry, but I'm not currently accepting new patients.
(443) 380-4587 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Not accepting new clients
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Andrea Rackowski
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-C
Verified
I believe that psychotherapy is most effective when it is strengths-based: identifying and nourishing each individual's inner strengths in order to help them heal and develop new capacities for growth. Using mindfulness and body-aware techniques, as well as gentle mental exploration and traditional psychotherapy, I see my work as guiding individuals to unlock their own innate capacity to heal.
(443) 979-9243 
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Loyola
Baltimore, MD 21210
Not accepting new clients
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Molly Halleron
Counselor, MS, LGPC
Verified
It is my privilege to work with clients ages 18 and older in a compassionate, safe, non judgmental environment. It is my hope that through counseling the client will achieve a sense of peace and well being in their lives. I work with individuals incorporating a variety of approaches to facilitate mental and emotional healing.
(443) 378-3477 x225 
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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
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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Relationship Issues Therapists
While need for human connection appears to be innate, the ability to form healthy, loving relationships is learned. Some evidence suggests that the ability to form a stable relationship starts to form in infancy, in a child's earliest experiences with a caregiver who reliably meets the infant's needs for food, care, warmth, protection, stimulation, and social contact. Such relationships are not destiny, but they are theorized to establish deeply ingrained patterns of relating to others. The end of a relationship, however, is often a source of great psychological anguish.

If you're looking for a Loyola, Baltimore relationship therapist, these professionals provide relationship therapy and counseling in Loyola, Baltimore.