Jaimie Ferguson, LGPC
Jaimie Ferguson, LGPC enjoys working with a variety of populations, from children to adults, and emphasizes a collaborative, holistic, client-centered approach to counseling. While completing her Master.s degree, she provided brief counseling to adult offenders at the Carroll County Detention Center and later completed her internship at the Carroll County Youth Service Bureau, providing counseling to families and individuals from school-age through adulthood. Jaimie has a passion for working with clients who are motivated to evoke true healing change in their lives, providing a positive counseling experience in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere using a variety of approaches, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Person-Centered Counseling, Play Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Therapy. Her clinical expertise includes managing anxiety, depression/other mood disorders, ADD/ADHD, life-transition adjustments, OCD, DID, self-esteem, and self-harm from a solutions-, positive-, and strengths-based perspective.
Therapy Provided: Individual and Family
Ages Seen: Young Children, Children, Adolescents, Young Adults, Adults, Seniors
Specializes In: Mood Disorders, Anxiety, ADHD, Relational Conflict, Developmental Disabilities, Autism Spectrum, Adjustment Disorders, Personality Disorders, OCD, Self-Esteem, Gender Identity, Self-Harm, Women's Issues, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Play Therapy, Brief-Strategic, Person-Centered
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies [Focus in Psychology & Business], Stevenson University, 2011
Master's in Counseling Education, McDaniel College, 2017
Office: 410-768-6088 Ext. 121