We offer both in-person, and telehealth video sessions. Please request a session at your convenience.


CBT Baltimore provides clinical therapy to individuals and support services to other clinicians, physicians, and health professionals.


CBT Baltimore offers comprehensive therapy services for individuals, young and old, who are ready to roll their sleeves up and make change happen.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – CBT

The core evidence-based treatment in its many forms which informs our clinical work.

OCD Treatment

Whether you know you are experiencing OCD or are seeking a diagnosis, CBT Baltimore is here to grant you high-quality, comprehensive treatment.

Out-of-Office Sessions

Some of the best work, especially with OCD, is done when we work together out in the ‘real’ world.


While assessment never ends, this clinical ‘deep-dive’ will provide an understanding of what we are facing be the context for the course of treatment.


CBT Baltimore utilizes an online platform that is easy to navigate.

Group Therapy

The powerful support a group can provide is undeniable. Availability varies.

Parent Support and Training

Collaboration with loved ones is not just helpful, it is essential to maintain long term change.

Intensive Options

Longer and more frequent sessions are available to really immerse ourselves in treatment which can accelerate the change you are looking for.


Consultations are for those dipping their toes into the therapy waters, or for  parents, schools, or organizations looking for professional guidance.

Services for Professionals

A committed clinician is a student of their craft, always seeking avenues to grow.  Be it through consulting on individual cases, pursuing ongoing supervision, or pursuing more comprehensive training we strive to be a part of that growth.


We provide presentations for professionals looking to grow clinically and laypeople seeking an informed perspective of certain disorders.

Case Consultation

Case consultation for challenging cases that fit our expertise.

Clinical Supervision

State approved supervision for you to log hours and develop your clinical skills.

What is the role of a therapist? The therapist’s job is to create a space that is comfortable and safe enough for a client to open up in and allow themselves to be vulnerable. It is a challenge for most of us to peel away the layers and share. It is not the clinician's job to be magicians or advice givers that make problems disappear. They hope to be the messenger that enables the client to be their own vehicle of change.

Shmuel Fischler, LCSW-C, Director

I take pride in transparency and authenticity in my practice. We have to be real in order to help people. Being disingenuous and patronizing will come back to bite the clinician. We invite brutally honest feedback from clients.

Shmuel Fischler, LCSW-C, Director

If you're going through hell, keep going.

 Winston Churchill