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

(443) 470-9815 [email protected]

Therapy Services

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

Psychotherapy Options

Individual Counseling

Embarking on a therapeutic journey can be daunting, but you’re not alone. The experienced and compassionate team at CBT Baltimore is here to support you with individual counseling sessions.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy is not the only type of theory we use when working with our clients, but it is the foundation of our therapy practice.

Panick Attack Therapy

Panic attacks are sudden episodes of intense fear that trigger severe physical reactions without the obvious presence of real danger or apparent cause. Learn more about how we can help.

Anxiety Treatment

At CBT Baltimore, we’re not just about helping you manage anxiety, we’re about empowering you to lead a life unbounded by it.

Out-of-Office Sessions

To create maximum gain when doing exposure work it is best to undergo treatment in an environment that is real for the client.

Parenting Support & Training

We offer parent support and training because we believe that you play a pivotal role in your child’s treatment.

Case Consultations

Not all clients need a full assessment. For patients who require a consultation or a second opinion, CBT Baltimore readily provides consultations (which are more brief than our assessments) when appropriate.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy where a group of people meet weekly, sometimes more frequently, with one or more therapists.

Depression Therapy

Depression is more than just feeling sad or having a bad day. It is a serious mental health condition that affects how you feel, think, and handle daily activities. If you or a loved one is experiencing these symptoms, seeking professional help is crucial.

Exposure Therapy

Exposure therapy helps people confront their fears by breaking the pattern of safety behaviors and avoidance. 

Social Anxiety Treatment

With CBT Baltimore’s specialized Social Anxiety Treatment, gain the social skills and confidence you need to live your life unburdened by fear.

OCD Treatment

With the help of a mental health professional and OCD treatment, you can live the happy, healthy life you deserve.

Intensive Therapy

Please note: We have limited availability for intensive treatment. Contact us to inquire.

Intensive treatment options are useful for jump-starting the progress of a patient who has reached a frustrating plateau in treatment,

Telehealth

We utilize an online platform that is easy to navigate, has a clear connection and maintains the standards of privacy outlined by HIPAA.

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