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African-American Psychiatrists in Maryland (MD)

Vicente Figueroa, Psychiatrist  in Rockville
“I believe life presents us with challenges and situations where decisions have to be made regarding our healing process. Symptoms and problems can be seen not only as an opportunity for healing but for personal growth, thus the importance of a strong connection betweeen patient and therapist where both have an active and collaborative role. Conditions like ADHD, anxiety, depression and bipolar illness can be well managed and not be a sentence for failure. I consult with therapists in the area regarding the pharmachological needs of their patients. Medications can help restore a biochemical imbalance and a feeling of wellbeing.
African-American
(301) 917-3330
Rockville, Maryland 20850
Arthur Blank Jr, Psychiatrist  in Chevy Chase
“My work is based on helping people not only with symptoms and difficulties, but also to develop their hopes, aspirations,and ambitions. Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis both are an intimate and democratic partnership devoted to increasing the happiness and success of the client in work and love.In addition to my 35+ years work as a therapist, including the past 17 years as a psychoanalyst, my life has included experiences with the arts, government and politics, spirituality, war veterans, and family life. I am a member of the psychiatry faculty at George Washington and Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences.
African-American
(301) 852-6961
Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815
Marilyn Lydia Martin, Psychiatrist  in Baltimore
“As a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst I feel privileged to work with people on their journey to discoverying how they can live more fulfilling lives. I practice psychiatry, psychoanalysis and psychopharmacology, and find that when people seek me out they are coping to the best of their current abilities. Therapy and or medication, with courage and hard work and an empathic clinician by their side may give them the opportunity to make new and healthier choices in their lives.
African-American
(410) 701-0956
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Maguid Nosshi Mansour, Psychiatrist  in Columbia
“I am an old fashioned psychiatrist. I have been in practice for over 40 years. I prescribe psychotropic medications only when needed and only for as long as they are needed. Medications have a place in managing psychiatric illnesses, but they do not cure them. The closest thing to a treatment modality that cures psychiatric illnesses is psychotherapy. Through psychotherapy you learn how to overcome psychiatric symptoms even if they are due to a biochemical imbalance. It teaches you new coping skills and helps you adopt healthier attitudes about life.
African-American
(410) 202-0577
Columbia, Maryland 21044
“Dr. Rowson is a licensed and ABPN Board Certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist specializing in the treatment of mental health and wellness. She helps to balance interventions consisting of behavioral modification, medications, and natural treatment methods that work for the patient and their support network. Accepting new patients for diagnostic evaluation, consultation, therapy, and medication management. www.good-life-wellness.com
African-American
(443) 955-5850
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Ralph Gemelli, Psychiatrist  in Chevy Chase
“I am a child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist and psychoanalyst providing individual psychotherapy, play therapy, couples therapy, pharmacotherapy and psychoanalysis to patients for a variety of presenting symptoms: anxiety, depression, poor school performance, stuttering, lack of motivation, and finding oneself in relationships with people who are devaluating and/or abusive. My interpersonal focus is to help patients to become aware (by being mindful) of what he or she conciously or unconcoiusly does that prevent the patient from gratifying his or her needs.
African-American
(202) 558-0285
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Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815
Bethanne L Moore, Psychiatrist  in Chevy Chase
African-American
(301) 684-5410
Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815
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Stephanie Durruthy, Psychiatrist  in Ellicott City
“Let's start your transformation and begin a new life practice. Acknowledgement and acceptance of your painful emotions are the first steps in getting control. How long do you have to struggle with these common brain signals? "I am overwhelmed and fatigued." "My brain is foggy!" "I have uncontrollable mood swings." ... Many are unaware that these emotions are often controlled by their brain and not by their personal efforts and thus they suffer alone. Mental illness is not a choice but the response to this potentially life changing condition is a personal decision.
(410) 774-6535
Ellicott City, Maryland 21042
Andy A Mattai, Psychiatrist  in Columbia
“Don't wait for an appointment! Are you looking for more personalized psychiatric care? I am a board-certified psychiatrist with a strong interest in ADHD and mood disorders. My training includes completion of a clinical research fellowship at the National Institutes of Mental Health. As a result, I am a strong proponent of evidence-based psychiatric treatments and using innovative techniques to help the improve the quality of life for my patients. Please call our office for an appointment.
(443) 225-4505
Columbia, Maryland 21045
Paul Giannandrea, Psychiatrist  in Lutherville
“For 20 years, I was a full-time faculty member at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine teaching medical students and training residents. I have 32 years experience in private practice assisting persons with substance use disorders, major psychiatric disturbances and behavioral addictions, including sexual addiction and gambling. As a Board certified psychiatrist in Addiction Medicine, Addiction Psychiatry and Adult Psychiatrist, I deal with the negative consequences of a variety of disorders alone and in combination, as well as relationship issues not related to addictions. I am particularly trained and experienced in the use of medication for these problems and their symptoms.
(410) 709-3180
Lutherville, Maryland 21093
Jo C Deaton, Psychiatric Nurse  in Columbia
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Psychiatric Nurse, MS, APRN, CDNC
“I love being a Psychiatric Nurse/Therapist! I work with compassion, optimism and a foundation in the sciences. I believe that we each have challenges in our lives and that with the right combination of supports, we can have a productive, stable and ideally happy life. My goal is to help you identify factors causing you emotional pain and to work with you on a plan to make your life more balanced, comfortable and healthy. *I do not prescribe meds*
(443) 928-3978
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Terrye Mowatt, Psychiatrist  in Columbia
“Sometimes life does not go as smoothly as we would hope. Sometimes we need a little help negotiating life's challenges, particularly when we experience feelings of sadness, isolation, anxiety, or discontent. As a practitioner of psychiatry in the Washington-Baltimore area for over ten years, I have learned to look at individuals as a whole and help them draw on their strengths to negotiate life's obstacles. Doing so allows me to determine their needs and provide the compassionate, quality treatment that people deserve. I offer psychotherapy and medication management services to adults.
(410) 656-4658
Columbia, Maryland 21046
“I offer psychotherapy to patients tailored to their individual circumstances. I have an interest in marital therapy for the stresses of retirement as spouses find themselves back together after a lifetime of working apart. Frequency of sessions varies according to need from once a week to less often. A free phone interview permits prospective patients and me to assess suitability.
(424) 218-1878
Rockville, Maryland 20852
Washington Center for Womens & Children's Wellness, Psychiatrist  in Bethesda
“You don't have to suffer alone anymore. We specialize in taking excellent care of women and children. Our focus is on the overall wellness of the person, not merely the individual symptoms or diagnoses. We listen to you and work with you to reach the life you deserve.
(301) 679-7575
Bethesda, Maryland 20817
Helen M Bellete, Psychiatrist  in Columbia
“I believe that treatment for mental illness needs to be recovery focused. I begin by engaging in a respectful dialogue with individuals seeking care. This involves jointly coming to an agreement on the problem and developing goals for treatment that will encourage healing and improve quality of life. Moreover, an important part of that dialogue is often educating patients and loved ones about mental illness and how to promote healthy living as a means of empowerment. I believe that it is imperative to focus on the strengths of the individual in order to diminish the limitations caused by mental illness.
(410) 983-3231
Columbia, Maryland 21044
“I am fully trained in both adult and child psychiatry and have a board certification in adult psychiatry and am also certified to prescribe Suboxone for opiate addiction. I have experience treating a broad range of psychiatric and behavior disorders, including depression, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), anxiety, bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), substance abuse, autism, asperger's disorder, and more. I also have extensive experience in clinical trials of new medications for the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders in adults and children. .
(410) 394-8309
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Janine Difranco Michaelson, Psychiatric Nurse  in Baltimore
“I work mainly with high school students, college students, and young professionals/busy parents who are require medication management for clinical depression and/or anxiety. Some clients may benefit from therapy alone and some clients benefit from medication alone. Although I provide primarily medication management, I acknowledge that medication treatment alone may not be enough. I often recommend that clients augment their medication with individual or family psychotherapy, or other evidence-based treatment modalities such as yoga, tai chi, journaling, or meditation.
(410) 846-1755
Baltimore, Maryland 21236
Kristina Glasco Jewell, Psychiatric Nurse  in Edgewater
“Typically, one's decision to seek counseling is in the midst of a stressful period in his or her life. Not only does one's need for clarity and comfort seem at its peak but the selection of a therapist in and of itself requires a leap of faith. People who seek counseling with me usually find our time together to be empowering, challenging, yet comfortable and at times humorous. We are both energized by the unfolding of one's personal story which heightens awareness of patterns of thinking and feeling which no longer are useful in one's life.
(410) 417-7680
Edgewater, Maryland 21037
“In my practice I meet the needs of children, adolescents and adults struggling with a wide-range of issues. My psychiatric services including medication management, psychotherapy and behavioral modification. THRIVE is an integrated healthcare center with a dynamic family of practitioners who share the common belief that healing is a practitioner/patient partnership that "THRIVEs" through love, respect and kindness. At THRIVE, we believe in your ability to create opportunities for success, mastery and personal transformation. We listen carefully and get to know you, so the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of personal growth can flow together.
(410) 305-9949
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Lisa Swords, Psychiatric Nurse  in Towson
“I am a family psychiatric nurse practitioner and work with children, adolescents and adults with mood disorders (such as depression and bipolar disorder) anxiety disorders (such as panic disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder), attention deficit disorder, substance abuse and various other diagnoses. I strive to empower individuals through medication management and psychotherapy in developing positive coping skills in order to live healthier lives. I prescribe medications along with providing individual and family therapy in my private practice in the Towson, Maryland area.
(410) 695-6915
Towson, Maryland 21204
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African-American Psychiatrists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Maryland (MD) or for a Maryland (MD) African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Maryland (MD) or Maryland (MD) black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Maryland (MD). They provide African American counseling in Maryland (MD) or black counseling in Maryland (MD) and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Maryland (MD).

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Maryland (MD) is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Maryland (MD) Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in Maryland (MD) specialize in age groups (so check for Maryland (MD) child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Maryland (MD)). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in Maryland (MD), or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Maryland (MD) Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.