Therapy & Psychiatry
The world today is complex. Professional support can help you cope with your feelings, problem solve, and explore ways of changing your behavior.
Our highly-trained and experienced licensed mental health professionals (social workers, professional counselors, psychologists, psychiatric providers) provide consultations, individual, couples and family therapy, psychotherapy groups, and psychiatric services including medication management. We help young adults, adults, elders, children, adolescents and families address many situations that cause emotional distress, including but not limited to:
Your therapist will encourage your personal growth and help you identify goals and potential solutions to problems, improve communication and coping skills, enhance your self-esteem and make positive changes.
For individuals who need more than counseling or psychotherapy alone to overcome emotional distress or to manage a persistent psychiatric illness, our Board-Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners work in conjunction with our licensed mental health professionals to provide medication, therapy and outpatient mental health services.
We can also provide medication management services, including prescribing, monitoring, and adjusting medications for individuals receiving their therapy services from another provider. We collaborate closely with an individual’s mental health provider to ensure the best outcomes.
Mental health and psychiatry services are accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Services (CARF) and licensed by the State of Maryland.
Medical Assistance and most private health insurances are accepted.
If you are seeking mental health services, you may want to review our Client Guide to Behavioral Health Services.
You can request services by calling 410-466-9200 to speak with an Intake Specialist during normal business hours.
You may also submit an online inquiry using the button below and an Intake Specialist will contact you during regular business hours to obtain additional information.
Note: JCS is not an emergency mental health provider.
If you need immediate assistance, please call or text the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 9-8-8, or call 9-1-1, or go to your nearest emergency room.