Get better help for your mental health with a Baltimore, MD based counselor

Because we are just like you, the counselors at our practice in Baltimore, MD don't ask you to translate your culture for us. We fully get where you are coming from.

The provision of mental health treatments to people of African descent has been revolutionized by black counselors, who have also created real African and Black centered treatment that is compatible with and predictable from African and African-American cultural wisdom traditions.

What our counselors offer

People of Color Centered Counselor Services In Baltimore, MD

How We help


We are a group of seasoned counselors based in Baltimore, Maryland that have successfully treated and cured patients suffering from a wide range of mental health issues, including the following:

  • Continuous mental anguish brought on by stress and depression
  • Concerns regarding one’s ability to eat or sleep
  • Anxiety attacks
  • Abuse can be either mental, physical, or sexual.
  • Problems with, amongst other things, body image, self-image, and self-esteem are common.
  • A troubled marriage, as well as going through the process of divorce or separation
  • Alterations in mood that take place on a regular basis
  • The thought of ending one’s life.
  • A profound lack of satisfaction with one’s current profession and path in life
  • Fatigue that can’t be explained or that makes you feel tired even if there’s no obvious reason for it
black counselor with a patient in baltimore, md conducting individual therapy
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Individual Therapy

Individual therapy at The BGH Clinic involves bringing the unconscious to consciousness while also understanding essential components such as previous traumatic experiences and how they are affecting our clients’ current situations in order to bring about change. The following are some of the common issues that can be addressed through our Individual Therapy:

  • Addiction Recovery
  • Anger Management
  • Personality Disorders
  • Grief and Bereavement
  • Treatment for Trauma and ADHD
  • Schizophrenia


  • Narcissistic Personality Disorder
  • Treatment for Depression and Anxiety
  • Eating Illnesses
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Confidence Building


  • Sexual orientation and gender identity
  • Child/Family issues
  • Dealing with acute/chronic health issues
  • Evaluations of drivers who appear to be impaired
  • Psychological assessments for immigration purposes


Frequently Asked Counselor Questions

Counseling is a process that requires both the client and the counselor to work together. Professional counselors work with their clients to discover goals and potential solutions to problems that are causing emotional distress. They also work to enhance clients’ communication and coping skills, boost clients’ self-esteem, and promote behavior change and optimal mental health.

The ideal time to stop going to counseling is when the issue that prompted you to seek help in the first place is either resolved or becomes more manageable. On the other hand, certain insurance providers and managed care plans could impose a cap on the number of sessions for which they will pay. Make sure you check with the provider of your health insurance to learn more about any restrictions that may apply to your policy.

When all is said and done, the primary distinction between counselors and therapists lies in their underlying philosophical assumptions.

Counselors – Mental health concerns are viewed by counselors as a practical and functional problem that needs to be treated for each client individually. They concentrate on problem-solving and the specifics of issues that are stopping a patient from attaining their goals, and they search for therapies that are straightforward and deal directly with those issues.

Mental Health Therapists take an approach that places mental health difficulties within the context of the client’s social and relational challenges. They view individuals as nodes in a wider network, with each node exerting a pull on the individual’s mental health and wellbeing. They investigate all of these interrelationships in order to identify the source of the issue and then center their treatment strategies on a holistic approach.

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What is understood does not have to be explained. Let your hair down and get help from a therapist that intimately understands YOU. 

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