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

DEbaugh@nperspectives.com
410-356-3344 x 101
410-356-4459 (Fax)

Education
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

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

Interests
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.