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Avalon Psychotherapy Associates

Empowering You From the Inside Out

410-834-8328

To schedule an appointment, call:

410-834-8328,

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Avalon Therapists Currently Accepting New Clients

Christina Fennell, LCPC (she/her)

Specialty:

  • Eating Disorders
  • Chronic Dieting
  • Negative Body Image
  • Trauma

Intuitive Eating/Health At Every Size approach.

Call: 410-834-8328

Katrina Seidman, RDN, LDN (she/her)

Specialty:

  • Eating Disorders
  • Chronic Dieting
  • Family Feeding
  • Negative Body Image

Intuitive Eating/Health At Every Size approach

Call: 410-834-8328

Stephanie Schuster, LMSW (she/her)

Specialty:

  • Couples/Marriage Therapy
  • Polyamory
  • Kink/BDSM Relationships
  • LGBTQ+
  • Sexual Dysfunction

Gottman Couples Therapy Level 3 Fall 2020

Call: 410-834-8328

Alyson Mullie, LMSW (she/her)

Specialty:

  • Grief & Loss
  • Traumatic Loss
  • Medical Loss

Call: 410-834-8328

Amy Kirby, LMSW (they/them/she/ her)

Specialty:

  • LGBTQ+
  • Polyamory
  • Kink/BDSM Relationships
  • Alt-sex Community-affirming

Trauma-focused approach

Call: 410-834-8328

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How can therapy and nutrition counseling help me? (Especially during COVID-19…)

 

Everyone is affected by the changes that are happening.

The sense of a loss of control, uncertainty, constant distressing news, social isolation, fear for one’s own health and that of loved ones, job insecurity, and economic stress all affect mental health.

Many people are experiencing increasing feelings and coping strategies that may be more harmful than helpful. It is common to feel that you “just can’t get it together,” or that you can’t follow-through on daily goals. You may see an increase in negative coping behaviors like disordered eating, excessive media consumption, relationship conflicts, or feelings of depression and anxiety.

Feelings of worry, stress, agitation, and overwhelm are common. As social distancing continues, relationships are strained, child-rearing without help or breaks is taxing, separation from loved ones, support systems, and isolation can wear us down.

We know that everyone’s situation is unique. We know some people may be living with unsupportive or dysfunctional family. We know some people are living alone and struggling with loneliness.

And we fear the grief of loss is coming for many. 

Therapy is a healthy lifeline for anyone who is struggling. We can help you move through overwhelming negative feelings, safely experience grief, and help you identify healthy coping practices that can truly get you through this difficult time.

You may be best supported by individual psychotherapy, or you may benefit from a support group for social connection and a safe place to know you are not alone.

Therapy isn’t for those who are unwell or weak.

Therapy is a healthy resource for everyone.

Please call us at:

410-834-8328,

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Fees & Insurance

Psychotherapy Sessions are 55 minutes.
Psychotherapy Session: $150
Nutrition Counseling is 90 minutes for first session and 60 minutes for all subsequent sessions.
Nutrition Counseling: Initial Session $150/Follow-Up Session: $100
Avalon Psychotherapy Associates accepts all CareFirst BC/BS insurance plans.
All services provided via video chat during Social Distancing for COVID-19.
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Online Community Support Experiences* with Avalon During COVID-19 and Social Distancing

Self-Compassion Summer Intensive

Reclaim your relationship with yourself!

Create a kind, compassionate, and accountable relatinoship with yourself.

Limited to 10 participants meeting over Zoom

Tuesdays 7:00 – 8:30 AM

Facilitated by Karen J. Helfrich, LCSW-C

Cost: $360

*Support Groups/Classes/Workshops/Intensives are non-clinical small group experiences facilitated by an Avalon Healer.  Support Groups/Classes/Workshops/Intensivesare not for the treatment of any disease or disorder. Support Groups/Classes/Workshops/Intensives are most appropriate for individuals who are generally stable and able to participate in productive manner. “Stable” does not mean “not struggling.” “Stable” means that you are not in need of more intensive services to help you feel balanced, free from active addiction, and able to cope without harm to self or others. Participants will go through a brief intake process before being admitted. Registration online does not guarantee placement in a group.