David H. Ebaugh, MA, MAS, LCPC, CCDC, CEAP

410-356-3344 x 101
410-356-4459 (Fax)

1970     University of Maryland
             B.A., Psychology

1975     University System of Georgia, West Georgia College
             M.A.Psy., Psychology    
1983     John's Hopkins University
            M.A.S., Administrative Science

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, January 1999, #LC084
Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor, State of Maryland, #0694
Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP)

In the past 25 years while in private practice, I have listened to and learned from many life stories, one person or one couple at a time.  Early in my life, I found my life’s work as a counselor.  It has always been exciting and rewarding for me to help others transform their lives, especially those dealing with addictions recovery, marital conflict resolution, or anxiety and depression.
As I see it, the healing process is a collaborative one where we work together to achieve your goals for coming to counseling.  My work has been influenced by the tenants of AA/NA including a spiritual component, reality therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. 
I like to work with all phases of the marriage life cycle; from pre-marital preparation to a marital tune up; to a marital crisis such as an affair or addiction; or to actual marital dissolution.  Sometimes, marital relationships don’t work out.  In those cases breaking up is very painful and hard to do.  As a domestic mediator, I help people find a totally private, less expensive, timelier, less cumbersome, and more compassionate resolution. 
On a personal note, I am happily married for 43 years, have one daughter and two grandsons who are really fun to play with and talk to.