Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.
Guiding Therapy is a mental health practice serving the greater Annapolis area in person and all of Maryland virtually. We provide individual, couples and family therapy helping people with a wide range of mental health issues including anxiety, depression, trauma, mood disorders, stress management, personal growth, grief counseling, motherhood issues, health related issues and couples counseling.
Our experienced clinicians work with clients from 11 and up treating anxiety, depression, bi-polar disorder and a multitude of co-exising conditions.
At Guiding Therapy, we welcome you to a warm and nurturing space to make your personal growth journey comfortable and enjoyable.
AREAS OF FOCUS
We help people who are dealing with profound pain from losing a loved one and who need support along their grief journey. We support people in normalizing their experience so that they know they are not alone and can move through the challenges that grief brings.
While there’s no greater joy than motherhood, there is also no job more difficult. And it’s ok to admit that. We help stressed-out moms realize they don’t have to do it all and they have an ally in their struggles.
Health Related Issues
We help people who are struggling with illness or who are taking care of loved ones who have a chronic or terminal illness. When life has handed you the difficulty of dealing with hospitals, doctors and insurance companies, it is helpful to have someone to share the burden and journey with.
At the end of the day, it is our relationships that matter most. We are born to be connected and we yearn to be seen, known, understood and loved, flaws and all, particularly by our most intimate partner in life. We are passionate about helping you resolve conflicts, develop personal and relational accountability, and achieve that deep connection with one another so you can live a truly fulfilled life.
Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health conditions in the United States. Symptoms can be mildly disruptive or feel completely overwhelming. Although anxiety is typically described as “excessive worry”, we know that it can present in many ways and affect all areas of life.
A traumatic event is a distressing experience that has a long-term and lasting effect on an individual’s physical and emotional well-being. Trauma symptoms can present in many different ways and affect any or all aspects of a person’s life.
What Clients Say
"Marna is compassionate and understanding. She gives great feedback which is what I need. You get that comfortable feeling and that’s so important."