Mary G. Jackson, LCPC
410-751-9205 x 128
410-751-6191 (Fax)

1979     University of Louisville
             M.Ed., Educational Psychology  

1996     Loyola College of Maryland
             M.S., Counseling

1997     Loyola College of Maryland
             C.A.S., Pastoral Counseling    


Maryland Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor # LC0855

Mary engages with people in a way that helps them feel safe and comfortable.  She believes in the ability of people to find the inner strength and courage to make changes in their lives. Her approach is gentle, kind, and caring while exploring every hope that an improved life is possible. She can  address the most difficult issues directly and with respect.

Mary has over 18 years experience exploring relationships, conflicts, difficult choices, life crisis, and  inner growth with adult women and men, adolescents, and children. She is especially effective with those who come to counseling with resistance and skepticism. 

Mary has experience counseling those with concerns about  marriage, divorce, infertility, adoption, spiritual seeking, pain management, educational failure and success, parenting, step parenting, blended families, coping with death and loss, career challenges and changes, organizational work issues, adult children challenges, sandwich generation demands, working parent hardships, workplace related difficulties, depression, and anxiety.

Mary has supported those in gender transition, and those for whom lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning issues are important in their lives. Mary's approach is to foster a positive, caring, and healthy place for all.

After marriage and divorce, Mary is in a committed relationship, and is a parent to two adult children. She often brings her small dog, Pixie, to counseling for her clients' additional comfort