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Candace Ellrich, LCPC, PMH-C

Therapy is a challenging and yet exciting process. I strive to provide a safe, supportive and healing space for each of my clients. I help adults with varying issues including: relationship issues, trauma, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, anxiety, and struggles with fertility. I also enjoy working with those wanting to explore and understand identity issues, change harmful and unhelpful relationship patterns and those who are looking to increase general self awareness and gain insight.

My Approach

I am interactive and supportive in my style of therapy; working collaboratively with each client to identify therapeutic goals, subside bothersome symptoms, and understand experiences and beliefs that underlie these symptoms to increase each individuals fulfillment in life.

I find myself to be relatable and genuine, what you see is what you get! I work on being honest with my clients and myself, hoping to cultivate change through a supportive relationship.  I often use humor in sessions and find that the process does not always have to be so "heavy."  Identifying if I am a good fit for you is important to our work together. If I am not able to meet your needs, I will work with you to find a therapist that is able to do so and make sure you can have a smooth transition!  

Professional Background

BA in Psychology from Elon University 2005

MS in Clinical Counseling from Johns Hopkins University 2009

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor since 2011

Maryland Approved Supervisor for therapists who have a LGPC

Perinatal Mental Health Certification 2017

30hr Fertility Counseling PostGraduate Course 2020

EMDR:Part 1 & 2 Institute for Creative Mindfulness, 2022

  • Anxiety 

  • Relationship Difficulties

  • Life Transitions

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Maternal Mental Health

  • Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

  • Fertility Counseling


Terry Golaner, LGPC, AGS

 It takes courage to seek out help, and I want to be part of your journey to feeling better about yourself, your family, and the world around you.   Maybe you are having conflicting feelings about life, or feel overwhelmed with the day to day aspects of being a parent.  I want to help you identify the parts of your life that are troubling you, and help you find the strength to become more self-aware, grow as a person, and regain your confidence.  How will we do this?  Let’s start by working together, as a team, to help you rise up.  In our sessions, I will be supportive and candid, challenging and encouraging.  I build a relationship with my clients to give them a safe environment to express themselves, be truthful with themselves, and identify and achieve their self-created goals.  I want my clients to feel confident in our relationship, and that strength will lead to not only greater depth of discovery, but ultimately greater clarity and progress.  I will not always tell you what you want to hear – therapy is a place to discuss uncomfortable feelings and situations, but I promise you that we will work through them together.  My hope is to motivate you to ultimately ask your own questions, find your own answers and reach your own happiness.  


My area of focus is in perinatal/maternal mental health, parenting, and children’s wellbeing.  My interests in these areas have come from years of one-on-one and group counseling work with a variety of populations.   I also have experience working with clients with anxiety, depression, and family dynamics.  I have worked at Kennedy Krieger Institute in the Neuropsychology department and Autism Center.  I also have worked in Baltimore County Schools as a School Psychologist, working with students and parents to improve academic success and family relationships.  Being in a variety of settings has given me the insight into helping children succeed, and working with parents to navigate the school system.  I also have extensive experience in interpreting childhood diagnoses, and helping parents adapt, and sometimes cope with this knowledge.  Being a mom and “bonus mom,” I have experiences that may also help you in your parenting journey.  Ultimately, no matter what path brought you here, I look forward to working with you to be more mindful, successful, and joyful.  


Professional Background

Charm City Counseling, Psychotherapist, 2021 - Present
Baltimore County Public Schools, School Psychologist, 2015 - 2021
Kennedy Krieger Institute , Psychology Associate, 2005 - 2015


EMDR: Part 1&2 Institute for Creative Mindfulness, 2022

30hr Fertility Counseling PostGraduate Course, 2021-2022

Empty Cradle Broken Heart Training, 2022

University of Phoenix, Post-Masters in Clinical Counseling, 2021
PSI, Certificate in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, 2020
University of Maryland, Advanced Graduate Certificate in

              Special Education and Learning Disabilities, 2012
Loyola University, Masters in Clinical Psychology, 2005

  • Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

  • Traumatic Births

  • Pregnancy and Infant Loss

  • Parenting Struggles

  • Maternal Mental Health

  • Life Transitions

  • Anxiety

  • Child and Adolescents

  • Supporting parents who are supporting children with medical or mental health diagnoses

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Kevin Narby, LCPC,

Asking for help when you are struggling is incredibly hard. Maybe you have tried therapy in the past and it was not a good fit. I strive with each of my clients to meet them where they are emotionally and work with them to achieve their goals. I work with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, ADHD, trauma, relationship stressors, and life transitions.

My Approach

I foster a supportive, collaborative relationship that brings about real change. At the same time, I try to bring humor and laughter into the therapy space, often through nerdy pop culture references. 

I specialize in working with teens, college students, young professionals, neurodivergent individuals, and people who have suffered TBI. I am EMDR trained and am able to provide this intervention both in person and through telehealth. I am an LGBTQ+ affirming therapist and strive to create a safe space for all of my clients. 

Professional Background

Charm City Counseling, Psychotherapist, 2021-Present

Previous Private Practice, Psychotherapist, 2018-2021

Sheppard Pratt Health System, Mental Health Worker, 2018

Medstar Union Memorial PHP and Outpatient, Clinical Intern 2017-2018

Loyola University, Masters in Clinical Psychology, 2018

University of Pittsburgh, Bachelors in Psychology, 2015

EMDR training, 2020, EMDRIA Certification track

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Social Skills and Interpersonal Relationships

  • Life Transitions

  • Neurodivergent Individuals

  • Adults on the Autism Spectrum

  • Trauma 

  • TBI and other related brain injuries

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