Yoga has MANY scientifically proven benefits including reducing symptoms of depression, anxiety, and trauma. The practice of yoga allows stress to transform into a time of growth and power. Yoga teaches self-monitoring, a skill needed for success in school and beyond. This “girls only” group combines the benefits of yoga with a sense of safety […]
STRESSED OUT? Join BWCC’s COPING WITH STRESS therapy group Wednesdays: 12-12:50 PM May 4th through June 8th (8 sessions) Each week, a new skill will be introduced. Members will be asked to practice their new skills on a daily basis in between sessions. This group is for any adult that wants to learn how […]
Do you sometimes feel that you are running on empty, over committed and stretched too thin? Do you feel like you are exhausted just by looking at your schedule and losing your balance from giving too much? Research published Dr. Brene Brown in her book, Rising Strong, identifies a strategy called “Living BIG” which can […]
Caring for the Caregiver a support group February 4th through March 24th 2015 Thursdays 6-7pm Baltimore Washington Counseling Center This group is here to provide a place of added social support for those caring for another. The group will focus on ways to alleviate and cope with stress, identify resources within the community, and […]
Older and Wiser: Our Elderly and Geriatric Population By: Ciara L. Hill, MSCC, LCPC, NCC, HS-BCP It often seems like in our society we have forgotten about a very important population, our elderly and geriatric folks. Now that the holidays are over with and winter is finally here, many people retreat back into their homes […]
Open, non-judgmental atmosphere that will explore issues including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, family conflict, building healthy relationships, improving coping skills and much more. Who: Girls 13-16 of age When: Wednesday evenings Contact: Group Leader Group Leader Meaghan O’Reilly at 410-768-6088 ext. 131 or Meaghanoreilly@bwcc-counseling.com
Please complete and print the following forms to bring to your first appointment.
- Mental Health Intake
- Client Rights
- HIPPA Consent
- Patient Information
- Authorization to Release Information – Adult
- Authorization to Release Information – Minor
- Authorization to Disclose Personal Health Information to Primary Care Physician
And please pick one based on the type of appointment you have setup.
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Work With Us
BWCC is looking for LCSW-C and LCPC candidates for full time (30 or more hours a week) and part time employment (10 to 20 hours a week.). We will also consider qualified LGSW and LGCP candidates for part time employment.
We are also currently accepting resumes for 2nd year graduate students in either a Social Work or Counseling Program. We have hosted interns from the University of Maryland School of Social Work, the University of Baltimore, Capella University and Walden University.
Team Member Spotlight
Asia is receiving her training as a therapist from the University of Baltimore. She has experience working with issues such as domestic violence, trauma, depression, anxiety and mood disorders. Her background includes working for the county Crisis Response system, psychiatric rehabilitation programs, and working in a shelter. Asia believes in meeting her clients where they […]