Stress, PTSD and Anxiety Therapists in Baltimore, MD.

Licensed professional counseling for anxiety, stress, phobias, and panic in Baltimore, Maryland.


Rachel Beck, LCSW-C
Anxiety Counselor

Rachel Beck, LCSW-C

Psychotherapist

600 Wyndhurst Ave Ste 308, Baltimore, Maryland 21210 | 410-433-8027

Learning to manage your anxiety is possible and living a life in which your fears don't cripple you is within your grasp. Anxiety and stress does not need to control your life nor limit the things you want to do. My area of expertise is in helping people understand what anxiety is, where it comes from and how to keep it from ruling their lives. I can help you learn how to face your fears and gain power over them.

Julia Knach, LCPC, LCADC, RPT-S, NCC
Anxiety Counselor

Julia Knach, LCPC, LCADC, RPT-S, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Registered Play Therapy- Supervisor

Baltimore , Maryland 21286 | 4434709226

Stress is a common part of life, but it doesn't have to rule your life and neither does anxiety. I have been trained in several different forms of mindfulness and incorporate them into my treatment of stress and anxiety. By helping a person relax their body, the mind will follow and this allows them space to think. Using different resources like a containment exercise, an individual is able to choose what to put away till later and what to focus on.

Gabriel Newman, Ph.D.
Anxiety Counselor

Gabriel Newman, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

2328 W Joppa Road, Suite 10, Lutherville, Maryland 21093 | 410-828-7792

The fastest growing malady of our day! As we shall share with you, the sympathetic nervous system has many 'on' buttons, and not many 'off' buttons. And, erosion of stability in family, the workplace and society have resulted in people living at very high stress levels. We need to develop 'off' switches, and to have the capacity to change our internal experience of reality. To do this well, you should be provided with physiological, cognitive, emotional, and other strategies.

Nancy Montagna, Ph. D.
Anxiety Counselor

Nancy Montagna, Ph. D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Available for Online Therapy

There are at least four components to reducing anxiety. The first is to learn self-soothing techniques. the second is to become aware of the thoughts and images which are making you anxious and to deliberately choose other thoughts and images. The third is to discover and face what you are most afraid of. Sometimes, when there has been trauma, this fear is something that has already happened and from which you have not recovered. Often it is something out of your control, a fact of life, like death! We need to make peace with these, accept their reality and make the best of what we have. I have some excellent tools from hypnosis and a field of study called NLP to speed your progress.

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.
Anxiety Counselor

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Baltimore, Maryland 21206 |

While most treatment approaches for anxiety and stress are effective on the surface, they don’t treat the real problem. Mantras, deep breathing, and rational dialogues about your fear being irrational rarely work---for most people don’t believe it or you! Imagine if you can trick the brain into changing without you telling your conscious mind that you are changing it? Problem with anxiety and stress is that the brain in this state knows you want to change it and it resists. Contact Kevin@kevinfleminphd.com for the ultimate stress and anxiety solution that will literally change your brain's autonomic nervous system patterns while you sit on your butt. 877-606-6161.

Erick Sowell, LMSW
Anxiety Counselor

Erick Sowell, LMSW

Licensed Master Social Worker

9199 Reisterstown Road, Suite 202 B, Owings Mills, Maryland 21117 | 443-712-7128

By assisting the client in exploring their current and past experiences of anxiety and stress, help them build the motivation and skills to implement relaxation and mindfulness techniques, such as muscle relaxation and breathing exercises. The use of these mindfulness tools, in combination with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques, can help mediate the fears and negative self-talk that are potentially raising anxiety and stress levels.

Robert Castle, M.S., LCPC, NCC
Anxiety Counselor

Robert Castle, M.S., LCPC, NCC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Baltimore, Maryland 21211 | 410-702-5138

To help you manage your stress and anxiety symptoms, we start with understanding the nature and patterns of your symptoms in relation to environmental triggers, traumatic life events, and unhelpful thinking patterns that influence your daily perspective. Using a collaborative alliance, we will look for better ways to manage both your external stressors and internal reactions. A cognitive-behavioral approach offers practical methods to understand how thought patterns influence emotional reactions and behaviors. By redirecting and re-framing your thoughts with alternative thoughts, you can experience a reduction in unpleasant emotions and an increase in personal effectiveness.

Joseph Tropper, PsyD, MS, LCPC
Anxiety Counselor

Joseph Tropper, PsyD, MS, LCPC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

7211 Park Heights Ave, Suite 4, Baltimore, Maryland 21208 | 4436819150

There is normal stress and anxiety and then there are levels which are far beyond what you imagine to be on that range. We live high-stress and fast-paced lives and it is understandable why we sometimes feel overwhelmed and highly stressed out. There is help available to assist you in calming your nerves and finding productive and safe methods for dealing with the many painful stressors around us.


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Thank you for visiting our Maryland page of stress therapists in Baltimore, Maryland who are skilled and experienced in dealing with anxiety, worry, and panic in all its forms.  Worry and stress can cause a myriad of physical symptoms and wreck havoc on both our personal life and our relationships. Counseling for stress and PTSD in Baltimore, MD will give you healthy tools and help you move forward. Let's get started. Reach out to us today, our contact forms are "open" 24/7.

Baltimore is not part of any county and is located in Maryland. It has a land area of 80.94 square miles and a water area of 11.10 square miles.  The population of Baltimore is 621,849 people with 242,268 households and a median annual income of $42,241. .


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Mental health treatment and therapy in Baltimore is sometimes a struggle to afford for families and individuals without proper insurance coverage. Finances for many in Baltimore are not able to cover long term weekly counseling sessions without a budgetary plan in place. The good news is that therapists are often willing to work with you if accessibility is an issue. Low cost therapy and sliding scales are just some of the options that therapists can offer. Insurance may cover your sessions as well. Talk to your counselor to learn more. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Baltimore public health department.