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SILVER SPRING, MD | Silver Spring, MD
Caregiver Issues, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and more
Jenny McCartney, Psy.D., is a Licensed Psychologist practicing in Silver Spring, MD. Typical issues addressed in her practice include: sadness, anxiety, losses, life transitions, and relationship difficulties. Dr. McCartney has expertise in working with family caregivers, especially the parents, ...

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Couples Counseling, Sex Therapy, and more
My name is Natasha Bobb-Semple. I have been a therapist for over 20 years. I specialize in helping individuals and couples have better relationships. I believe that it is in our relationships that we find greater meaning whether that is the relationship to self or relationships with other people....

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Therapy for Life Transitions
Potomac, MD | Bethesda, MD
Life Transitions, Couples Counseling, and more
If you're looking for an experienced, empathic, understanding therapist, who "gets" you, look no further. Life is full of transitions, and even good ones can be stressful. I will work with you in a collaborative way to meet these challenges regain a sense of equilibrium.

Clinical Social Worker
Upper Marlboro, MD
Anxiety, Depression, and more
Hi, my name is Leila Rosado, owner of and provider for Eudaemonia Today, LLC. I am an experienced Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience working with persons struggling with symptoms related to mental health. This is a GREAT time explore therapy and get in touch with the energe...

Elkridge, MD | Baltimore, MD | Fulton, MD
Anxiety, Depression, and more
HOPE seeks to heal broken relationships, whether with one's self or others. HOPE not only focuses on mental, emotional, and relational health, but also on physical, social, and spiritual health, on whole-body wellness. I created HOPE Couple and Family Therapy to serve individuals, couples, and fa...

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West Friendship, MD
Anxiety, Depression, and more
If you are experiencing feelings of depression, anxiety or worry more than you are remembering the joys of life, talking through things can help. Whether you are coping with changes or grieving a loss, I am here to listen and help you through. I have helped clients manage mood disorders, navigate...

Frederick, MD
Anxiety, Communication Issues, and more
Therapy is one of the best investments we can make in ourselves. While the therapeutic process is very personal and tailored to each individual, I will work closely with you to build trust so you feel supported in exploring any life challenges you are experiencing. I take a holistic approach to p...

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Baltimore, MD
Depression, Women's Issues, and more
A clinical social worker for over 15 years, Annick offers herself as a skillful companion and guide on the journey to wellness. She carefully adapts her approach to each person, occasionally offering art, meditation, and writing exercises in addition to traditional talk therapy. Therapy with A...

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Woodbridge, VA
Anxiety, Depression, and more
I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, currently licensed in the State of Virginia and in the District of Columbia. I can provide Clinical Supervision in both VA and DC. I'm committed to working with a diverse population of people within the community. I began my career with the Department of So...

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Glenn Dale, MD
Anxiety, Depression, and more
I have always believed that relationships provide substantial meaning in one’s live. However, broken communication, negative past experiences, and unrealistic expectations can radically alter any relationships. As a Christian and a licensed therapist, I work with couples and families who desire t...

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