Every Saturday for 8 weeks from January 9th to February 27th. Ages 8-12 only There will be an up-front fee of $400.00 for 8 sessions. We will not be billing insurance for this group. This group will create a safe environment for kids to: – share about family changes – learn about different types […]
A relaxed and inviting small group setting that provides the opportunity for young adults in the LGBT and gender/sexuality questioning community to receive peer support, mental health support and participate in relevant group guided discussion. Who: Young Adult When: Wednesday Evenings Contact: Group Leader Rachel Cochran, LCSW-C at 410-921-9004 or email@example.com Sharing is caring:
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: High School Girls When: Wednesday evenings Contact: Group Leader Rachel Cochran, LCSW-C at 410-921-9004 or firstname.lastname@example.org Sharing is caring:
Recently I read an article, “How Mindfulness Is Revolutionizing Mental Health Care.” It highlights the rise in mental health disorders, how mindfulness works, and the neurology when mindful versus mindless. As a therapist, I have found myself integrating it into my sessions with various types of clients of all ages. When I introduce the term […]
By: Ciara L. Hill, MSCC, LCPC, NCC When it comes to communicating with others, we all usually have one thing in common: we all want to be heard. But what happens when we are talking to someone and they cut us off or we ask them a follow up question about what we were just […]
Ciara Hill, MSCC, LCPC, NCC Breaking up with someone can be one of the most devastating experiences that a person can go through. To make matters even worse, it can raise countless questions that we often times don’t have the answers for. We can even find ourselves experiencing a rollercoaster ride of different emotions. One […]
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
Summer has supported children as young as two years old, adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of mental health settings. Her specialties include supporting survivors of trauma and working with children and teens who are experiencing childhood disorders and issues, including ADHD, self-harm, transitional problems, and behavioral problems. Additionally, Summer has experience working with […]