Top addiction therapists in 21769: Middletown, MD.

Real help for hurts and habits in 21769, 21769: Middletown, MD. Internet, substance abuse, gambling, co-dependency, sex and pornography addictions.


Addiction Counselor

Cynthia Rebholz, M.S., LCMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

Clarksburg, Maryland

How do you use alcohol? Often people questioning addiction, binging or dependence need more information. I provide psycho-education and assessment to help you understand how drinking too much might be a problem in your life. Did you know drinking is often a way to escape and withdraw from feeling or coping with stress? Call me today if you would like to talk and learn more.

Addiction Counselor

Brad Wasserman, LCSW-C

Psychotherapist for Adults, Adolescents, Couples & Families

18900 Bluewillow lane, Gaithersburg, Maryland

Addiction is problem of the brain itself, as much as it is a problem of the mind. Once one crosses the threshold from bad habit to addiction, the urge to satisfy that addiction often overtakes and supersedes all other concerns of the individual. My approach to treating addiction includes helping the individual work through the underlying problems that led to the addiction as well as teaching the individual how to manage and ultimately overcome the addictive behaviors.

Addiction Counselor

Ashburn Psychological Services

Ashburn Psychological Services

44110 Ashburn Shopping Plaza, Suite 251, Ashburn, Virginia

Ashburn Psychological Services has therapists and doctors available to assist in your recovery from addiction. Addiction to alcohol, substances, sex and pornography, gambling, computers and media and foods are some of the areas that can be addressed in treatment. A bio-psycho-social model to addiction treatment is widely seen as being a successful approach. With this approach, a client's addiction is understood and treated in the context of his or her biology, psychology and social reality. At times, cognitive-behavior therapy and other counseling approaches are enough to bring about change and improvements, while at other times, medication may be warranted. We are here to help.

Addiction Counselor

Becky Roth, MSW, LGSW, CPC

Career Counselor and Life Coach

11904 F Darnestown Road, Gaithersburg, Maryland

Career coaching services include guiding clients who are transitioning back into the workplace or ready to move forward in their career plan. All coaching services include resume and linkedIn profile review, job searching strategies, networking and interviewing preparation and negotiation assistance. I look forward to helping you move forward in your career and life plan.

Addiction Counselor

Linda Ritchie, Ph.D.

Licensed Professional Counselor/Marriage & Family Therapist

1800 Michael Faraday Drive, Suite 201, Reston, Virginia

Many people attempt to avoid painful issues by taking pills, powders, or liquids and then waiting for the desired effect - an alteration of their consciousness. There are more positive ways to alter consciousness without turning to alcohol, drugs, food, gambling, sex, television, work, or any other activity that when used to excess, has a destructive impact on your life. Learning to change your mood by healthier more active methods involves some effort and motivation on your part but recovery from addiction is possible. We have experienced substance abuse professionals to help you make the changes you want to make

Addiction Counselor

Carlos Durana, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Licensed Professional Counselor

11250 Roger Bacon Drive, Atrium #5, Suite 1A, Reston, Virginia

Recovering from addiction requires support, commitment, motivation and time. Committing to sobriety involves changes in how you think about yourself, and how you deal with stress and relationships. I believe treatment should address your specific needs and focus on more than the addiction. Success also depends on addressing the reasons for the addiction. I use a comprehensive and holistic approach that also helps you: enhance your motivation to participate in treatment; develop strategies for coping with cravings; learn skills to avoid and prevent relapse; learn to develop a healthier life-style; and address other health problems such as depression or anxiety. I also provide and recommend additional services such as support groups and group therapy,...(view profile to read more)

Addiction Counselor

Paul Kelner, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Certified Sex Addiction & Anger Management Therapist

6260 Montrose Road, Rockville, Maryland

I am a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist. I have helped many men and women recover from compulsive and out-of-control sexual behaviors, such as chronic masturbation and porn watching, high-risk sexual behavior, anonymous hook-ups and intimacy issues. I provide individual and group therapy that will help you cope with your urges as well as integrate healthy sexuality into your relationships.

Addiction Counselor

Jean Pollack, PhD

Professional Relationship,WellnessLife Coach, Mediator,Author

Broadway St., Hanover, York, Pennsylvania

Many people seek comfort when experiencing upsetting emotions such as worry, sadness, boredom, unhappiness, discontent, or loneliness. Are you replacing an emotional need with food? Food can be used to silence one’s loneliness, pain, or suffering. We can help you through your food and eating addictions as well as other addictive behaviors. We address all types of addictions.

Addiction Counselor

Ronald Barrick, MS, LPC, CAADC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1 Center Square, Suite 9, HANOVER, Pennsylvania

People who experience addiction deserve to be treated with respect and compassion! This can be difficult in the face of many of the things that the addict can do while in active addiction, and the many problems that result. Recovery from addiction is not a solo process, it requires a supportive environment including a trusted ally, family, and community support.

Addiction Counselor

Keith Miller & Associates Counseling

Psychotherapists and Couples Counseling

8120 Woodmont Avenue, #205, Bethesda, Maryland

Addiction takes many forms but follows a very familiar pattern. Do you know how to understand your addiction cycle? Our addiction counselors go beyond traditional recovery models by providing you with specific and relevant counseling that will target the most important part of your emotional cycle with addiction. Many people can't recover successfully by themselves and getting support for recovery from addiction is very important. We look forward to speaking with you and are glad to offer a free consult.

Addiction Counselor

Meghan Renzi, LCSW-C, RYT-200

Therapist

4405 East West Highway Suite 502, Bethesda, Maryland

Do you feel stuck in a cycle of using? Do you make promises to yourself that you will stop tomorrow or next week? Do you wonder what your life would look like without drugs or alcohol? Does that thought terrify you? You are in the right place. You do not have to live this way anymore. I work with clients in active addiction and those in recovery. You might feel like you have to do this alone but the truth is YOU ARE NOT ALONE. I use cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness in my practice and I can hook you up with the resources you need to live a happy, full life without drugs and alcohol.

Addiction Counselor

Anita Gadhia-Smith, PsyD, LCSW-C, LICSW

Psychotherapist

4405 East West Highway, Suite 304, Bethesda, Maryland

If you have been trapped in alcoholism or addictions, I can help you. I have decades of experience, both personally and professionally, with addiction recovery. My first book, "FROM ADDICTION TO RECOVERY," (available at Amazon.com) is about how to navigate the recovery process and create a life that you love, and can be applied to any addiction. I will meet you where you are, help you to identify choices, and assist you in moving towards the best options for you. You will begin to experience more freedom in your life than ever before.


21769 is a zip code located in Frederick County and part of Middletown, Maryland. It has a land area of 40.791 square miles.  The population of 21769 is 11,236 people.