Meet Madeline Myers LCPC
Specializing in Anxiety, Depression, School Issues, Children, Teens, and Adults in Pasadena, MD
About Madeline Myers
I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Maryland. I have worked with teens and young adults for several years. I have enjoyed working with all ages due to the variety of different issues we all present with.
My experience working in hospital, research, and addiction settings have provided me with a great deal of insight into how to support people who are struggling in different ways. The biggest challenge I found is when people are motivated to create even a little change in their life.
Insurance & Fees
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- United healthcare
- John Hopkins EHP/USHP
I am very personable and outgoing, I strive to get to know you for who you are including what makes you happy, sad, joyful, frustrated and everything in between. I want to know what you are most proud of as well as what you would like to improve within yourself. I place a lot of value in the therapeutic relationship and the rapport I build with each client. I strive to be the best version of myself, professionally, in order to provide valuable therapy to my clients through maintaining an open mind, judgement free, safe space for personally exploration.
Clients who work best with me
√ Clients who may feel stuck in their life but want guidance and support to move them forward.
√ Clients who are motivated to come to therapy and see the benefits of coming.
√ Client who may be going through transitions in their life (graduating high school, getting married, changing relationships) and want support as they transition.
√ Clients who are not afraid of the hard work to change their behaviors.
Fun facts about me
I enjoy spending time with friends, family, and nature.
I love animals, music, and a good shopping spree every once in a while.
Watch my Introduction video to learn more about me!
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