Are you a busy professional or college or grad student dealing with personal, relationship or work-related challenges? I am a licensed psychologist and I help individuals and couples like you who are facing difficult life transitions and changes, have experienced trauma or loss, or are dealing with psychiatric illnesses, such as depression and anxiety. I understand how hard it can be to ask for assistance; I strive to respond to all email and phone contacts in a timely manner to make this first step toward growth and healing easier.
I am on faculty with Johns Hopkins University and Loyola University Maryland, and have chaired the Maryland Psychological Association's Ethics Committee. I have worked in a variety of settings, including EAPs, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, outpatient mental health centers, emergency departments and not-for-profit organizations.
I also provide consultative services to corporations, organizations and other work groups to promote and maintain the well-being of professionals, to maximize individual and organizational performance and productivity and to remedy issues related to impaired, distressed or disruptive professionals.
Please visit my website, www.PikesvillePsychologist.com, for more information.
|Name||Michael Heitt, PsyD|
|Number of Therapists||1|
|Office Hours||Mondays 9-4 Tuesdays 8-7 Wednesdays 9-6 Thursdays 8-7 Fridays 9-4|
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