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Farah Evans, LCPC

fevans@nperspectives.com
410-356-3344 Ext. 112
410-356-4459 (Fax)

Education
2002 Loyola College, Baltimore, MD
B.A. Psychology
2005 Loyola College, Baltimore, MD
M.Ed: School Counseling
2007 Loyola College, Baltimore, MD
Advanced Professional: LCPC
2018 McDaniel College, Westminster, MD
Advanced Professional: Administration & Supervision

Licensure/Certification
Maryland Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, #LC4226
National Certified Counselor (NCC) 2007

Counseling Philosophy

I am passionate about supporting the mental health of others and have done so professionally for over 14 years. Not surprisingly, much of my work has consisted of, or utilized, individual, group, and family therapy. My areas of expertise include but are not limited to working with adolescents, and adults in managing Mood Disorders, Depression, ADHD and Anxiety Disorders. I also specialize in crisis counseling, grief counseling, career counseling and trauma. My clinical approach is focused around utilizing research-based practices with clients, in order to empower their decision-making and assist them in re-framing their thought process. I utilize the expertise and experiences I have acquired to provide clients with opportunities to develop skills which will enable them to manage their mental health and thrive independently. I primarily utilize cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and solution focused therapy when working with clients. My clinical time is currently divided between my work at New Perspectives and serving as Director of Student Support Services in a private school setting. I look forward to supporting you during your therapeutic journey.