Sharon Propper, Ph.D.

Spropper@nperspectives.com
410-356-3344 x 123
410-356-4459 (Fax)

Education
1988     State University of New York at Buffalo
             MA, Clinical-Community Psychology

1991     State University of New York at Buffalo
            Ph.D., Clinical-Community Psychology    

Licensure/Certification
Maryland Licensed Psychologist, #2857

Interests
I am a clinical psychologist who has been helping children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families since 1990.  I specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, ADHD (adult and children), and the after-effects of severe trauma and abuse.  In addition, I have experience helping parents learn new parenting techniques to raise children with learning problems, attention problems, or difficulty regulating emotions. As part of my practice, I also complete pre-surgery psychological evaluations for people pursuing bariatric surgery, as well as offer psychotherapy (before or after the surgery) to help people adjust to the changes required.  In general, I approach change from a cognitive-behavioral perspective, and work to help people learn new ways to think about themselves and their lives, which, in turn, helps them to achieve their goals.