Integrative Therapists in Baltimore, MD

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Maureen Fern
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW-C
Verified
Verified
Having the opportunity to sit with people, listen to their stories and accompany them as they seek help at critical times in their lives is a great privilege. The process of coming to know a person deeply and helping them sort out thoughts and feelings about themselves, their relationships and their daily struggles is a task I approach with humility, empathy, compassion and respect. ;I use an integrative approach with a focus on empowering clients to draw upon their own strengths and experiences in order to meet life challenges.
(410) 397-5986
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Baltimore, MD 21210
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Tamara Van Newkirk
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified
Verified
I offer therapy that is active, strengths-based and collaborative and use an integrative approach with a focus of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and EMDR Therapy.
We all have our struggles and experience the pain and hardships that are a part of life. You may be experiencing anxiety, depression, grief or a reaction to a traumatic event or perhaps you are simply hoping to feel happier, more connected and more present in your life. Psychotherapy can help you create a meaningful life by enhancing coping skills, clarifying values and purpose, increasing your ability to handle difficult thoughts and emotions and cultivating wisdom, insight and self-compassion.
(410) 656-6085
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Baltimore, MD 21211
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Sam Korobkin
Psychologist, PhD, ABPP
Verified
Verified
I'm an integrative individual therapist skilled in many modalities of treatment.
Are you dealing with relationship issues, career stresses, or distressing symptoms? Are issues related to depression, anxiety, or problematic internet use interfering with the life you want to lead and/ or the relationship you want? I consider it an honor to partner with you to help you achieve your personal goals. Together, we'll identify your strengths, help stop engaging in problematic behaviors, meaningfully communicate with those important to you, and help you achieve what you want out of life. Whether you're looking for Individual or Couple treatment, I'm happy to help you find your personal pathway to wellness.
(443) 396-3227
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Baltimore, MD 21208
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Fabio Lomelino
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LCPC, NCC
Verified
Verified
I combine contemporary research with ancient wisdom to create an integrative approach that is both effective and sustainable.
It's not enough to survive, you want to thrive. You want to learn to heal beyond the present crisis, rediscovering your purpose, regenerating body and mind. You want to live a meaningful life connected to others. If you are ready to commit to a path of true healing and growth, then I want to walk that path with you. The driving force behind my vocation as a counselor is the conviction that suffering is the greatest catalyst for personal growth. I don't specialize in disorders, I specialize in people. I design innovative approaches tailored to the unique needs of a small number of highly committed clients.
(443) 400-7202
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Baltimore, MD 21210
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Aaron Schneider
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
My specialties include depression, anxiety, PTSD and spirituality. I also specialize in working with families in conflict and crisis. I work with people of all backgrounds and have a particular passion for supporting those who are struggling with their Judaism and Jewish identity. Mindfulness-based body-centered psychotherapy is my primary approach to psychotherapy. I sprinkle in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) as appropriate. Upon request, I also enjoy integrating spirituality based on your value system. I am a holistic psychotherapist and do not push medication; instead I support my clients in using psychotherapy and integrative medical physicians to heal.
(720) 310-2861
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Baltimore, MD 21208
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Carolyn M. Karoll
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C, CEDS-S
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
This may be your first time seeking therapy for yourself, your loved one or your family or you may be looking for a "good fit" and not sure what to expect. My goal is to demystify this process, provide you hope, and empower you to make the changes as we walk through the process together. I utilize an integrative approach, using a variety of treatment modalities to best meet the needs of my clients, guided by both research and evidence based/evidenced informed interventions.
(443) 550-8678
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Baltimore, MD 21286
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Yi Chen
Pre-Licensed Professional, LMSW
Verified
Verified
I believe that your personal and ancestral pasts inform your present, but you also have the power to functionally rewrite and close the chapters that are rooted in powerlessness, guilt, fear, and shame, while freeing up the space and energy to curate the meaningful and meaning-filled future you deserve. As a queer, Chinese, eldest daughter of immigrants, I believe that it is important to hold space for all parts of you, no matter how much hate those parts have internalized, and no matter have much love those parts have been denied. An integrative , systemic, and humanistic framework guides my approach to healing.
(410) 673-4807
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Baltimore, MD 21211
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TNAT Holistic Wellness Center | Group Therapy
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, PhD, LCPC, NCC
Verified
Verified
We are trauma-informed and socially and culturally competent practice in Baltimore, Maryland. We work with group members who struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, and self-esteem. We take a client-centered, holistic and integrative approach towards mental health recognizing that each person has different components that make them who they are.
(443) 329-5741
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Baltimore, MD 21214
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Madison Kane
Counselor, LGPC
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
I provide an integrative approach, drawing from CBT, ACT, mindfulness, and DBT.
Currently Accepting New Clients! I work with adults, teens, and couples with mental health concerns such as substance use and addictive disorders, anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, and self-esteem. My therapeutic framework places empathy first where my clients and I will work to build skills that are important to their self-care and therapeutic goals. I firmly believe that you are the expert in your own experience. Therapy is a collaborative experience and I hope to work with my clients on their relationships and life challenges by helping them process their emotions and identify solutions in a supportive environment.
(410) 202-8315
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Baltimore, MD 21211
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Ayanna Hatcher
Counselor, LGPC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
It is my hope that if you are reading this, you have taken the time to congratulate yourself for reaching this stage in your healing journey...and if you have not, can we allow a moment to give ourselves a warm embrace for all that we've witnessed, experienced, and overcome thus far? My name is Ayanna, and I use an integrative approach to support persons who've been silenced, belittled, dismissed, criticized, or ignored access the resources within to live (more) heart-fully.
Baltimore, MD 21229
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Amanda Schmidt
Counselor, MS, LGPC
Verified
Verified
I have 20 years of experience practicing yoga and meditation, as well as many years of experience with different integrative techniques, such as role play, breath work, and the use of archetypal imagery.
My approach to psychotherapy is holistic and feminist. I believe that mind, body, spirit, community, culture, and institutions are all essentially interwoven into the issues that we face. I don’t think that anyone is broken, and I don’t think that therapy is about fixing yourself. Instead, I believe that people get stuck in undesirable patterns, and therapy is an opportunity to discover new, flexible approaches to outdated ways of relating with ourselves and others. At this time, I am available for working individually with adults, particularly those suffering from depression, anxiety, and trauma-related issues.
(410) 237-0537
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Baltimore, MD 21210
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Wolf Therapy and Wellness- Shir Wolf, LCSW-C
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Are you a trans, nonbinary or gender expansive youth or young adult looking for support navigating depression, anxiety, PTSD, body image issues, disordered eating? I offer individual and group therapy that is neurodiversity and gender affirming. I’m EMDR certified and use Emdr as an integrative approach to build resilience and improve mental health outcomes,
(443) 234-0735
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Baltimore, MD 21212
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Patricia L Wick
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
*My schedule is full so I am not taking new patients at this time* As a licensed psychologist since 1991, I work with adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, eating/body image concerns, parenting issues, and other women's issues. Many people I work with are going through periods of transition, searching for more meaningful relationships, and yearning to have a healthier level of self-acceptance. I use a holistic, integrative , and multiculturally-informed framework to understand the myriad, complex factors that result in emotional distress, physical symptoms, and school, work, or relationship problems.
(410) 845-2431
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Baltimore, MD 21230
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Nadia Williams LCPC, CST
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, MA, LCPC, CST, CSCT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
In my practice, I believe in taking a friendly and non-judgmental manner with clients and view therapy as a collaboration. Seeking out a therapist can be a daunting task for anyone and I hope to make clients feel heard and comfortable by personalizing therapy to their needs. I utilize a variety of integrative therapeutic techniques ranging from cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, dialectical behavior therapy, and solution-focused to assist clients facing many difficulties within their lives.
(443) 483-4192
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Baltimore, MD 21224
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Tamar June
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, MPH
Verified
Verified
My approach is integrative and I use aspects of feminist therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy and mindfulness-based stress reduction.
Welcome! My name is Tamar June (she/her/hers) and I am a licensed clinical social worker in Maryland and Virginia. I see individuals of all backgrounds, offering talk therapy to help clients live fulfilling lives. I work primarily with adults experiencing depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, pain and chronic illness, substance use disorders, and relationship distress.
(410) 690-7713
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Baltimore, MD 21211
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Dr. Yaakov Shugarman
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
I conduct psychotherapy using an integrative model where empathy and being nonjudgmental are of utmost importance.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist and am currently accepting new patients. I enjoy working with a diverse group of individuals who have various levels of mental health challenges. One of my specialties is helping people attain higher levels of self esteem. My approach to psychotherapy comes from an understanding that every individual is unique and that various life experiences as well as genetic makeup contribute to one's overall mental health. I take into account the particular needs of the person & focus on the current problem while also processing & exploring further in an attempt to identify & resolve the root of the issue.
(443) 672-2988
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Baltimore, MD 21209
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Dawn Blais
Counselor, LGPC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I use an integrative approach combining trauma-informed, client-centered talk therapy together with somatic and mindfulness techniques (ACT).
Do you often feel stuck in repetitive thought patterns or behaviors? Are you often anxious, nervous, reactive or frozen/unable to make changes that allow you to be more present to yourself and your life? I offer a safe and nurturing space for those seeking to understand and integrate the symptoms of heightened stress, anxiety, depression, and trauma recovery. I strive to help my clients understand the effects trauma and stress can have on the mind and body. We work together to help you recover from past and present difficult experiences to find more meaning, sense of contentment, and ability to create the life that you are seeking.
(443) 464-1254
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Baltimore, MD 21209
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Stacey Uebersax
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
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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Baltimore, MD 21210
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Amanda Schlossberg
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LCPC, NCC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
In my therapy practice, I like to take an integrative and person centered approach in order to best meet the individual needs of my patients.
Starting therapy can sometimes be difficult. By taking this first step, you are allowing a chance to become a better and more satisfied version of yourself. In working together in therapy, I can help with regaining control of your life, developing realistic and attainable goals and improving overall mental health and well-being. For many, the past few years have been stressful, scary and isolating at times. What better a time than now to start addressing the things in your life that you would like to make changes to or improve on.
(410) 403-0151
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Baltimore, MD 21211
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Mindy Lais
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
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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Baltimore, MD 21210
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Integrative Therapists

What is integrative therapy?

Integrative therapy is a type of therapy that combines ideas and techniques from different therapeutic approaches depending on the needs of the individual client. By merging elements of different treatments, an integrative therapist aims to offer a more flexible approach than those who practice just one type of therapy.

How does integrative therapy work?

Integrative therapy approaches a client’s mental, physical, and emotional health in a holistic way to discover the sources of their unhealthy behavior patterns or other challenges and considers the approach most likely to lead to improvement. Among the techniques an integrative therapist may practice are cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, EMDR, mindfulness, art or music therapy, psychodynamic therapy, breathwork, family systems therapy, gestalt therapy, and trauma-informed therapy. An integrative therapist regularly evaluates the client’s progress and is prepared to pivot to a different approach if progress stalls.

How long does integrative therapy last?

As with most forms of talk therapy, there is no set duration or end point for integrative therapy; people who find they are making progress typically continue until they feel they’ve addressed the issues that spurred them to seek treatment. New patients should understand that it may take some time for a therapist to land on a treatment approach that best meets their needs, but once they do, they should expect sessions to extend for a number of months, typically including at least 12 sessions.

How effective is integrative therapy?

There are hundreds of types of talk therapy, and research shows that while they vary in form, goals, and frequency, many if not all can produce similarly successful outcomes. But a single approach does not always deliver the greatest, or speediest, benefit, and so even therapists primarily trained in one model will use tools, language, techniques, or exercises from others to shape an effective treatment plan.