Becky Grossman

Becky Grossman, LGPC

Clinician serving Maryland

Pronouns: She/her/hers

Therapy is one of the best investments we can make in ourselves. While the therapeutic process is very personal and tailored to each individual, I will work closely with you to build trust so you feel supported in exploring any life challenges you are experiencing. I take a holistic approach to promote self-exploration, help you gain awareness, and support you in meeting your goals that can lead to lasting improvements, extending beyond the bounds of therapy. Building on your unique strengths, I hope to inspire you to enhance your innate capacity toward healing, growth, and wellness. 

I have experience and enjoy working with individuals & couples of all ages and diverse backgrounds.  I specialize in providing therapy to older adolescents and adults who want to heal from trauma or work through difficult life transitions, relationship challenges, and low-self-worth. This may manifest as feelings of anxiety, depression, frustration, grief and loss, or a lack of purpose or meaning. My therapeutic style draws heavily on humanistic, solution-focused, cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness principles. I am trained in Brainspotting therapy, while having an appreciation for a wellness focus, the mind-body connection, and spiritually oriented therapy.

My Education

Becky Grossman earned her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Towson University and holds licensure in Maryland as a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC).

While earning her Master’s degree, Becky provided individual therapy to children, adolescents, and adults as well as couples and family therapy. During this time, she also worked as a Research Associate administering a battery of neurocognitive and behavioral assessments to elementary school children in a large school-based study. 

Prior to earning her Master’s degree, Becky worked as a Counselor and Program Coordinator in a psychiatric rehabilitation program for adults with intellectual disabilities and psychiatric disorders. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Family Studies from Towson University and completed a research and counseling internship with the Anti-Bullying Centre of Trinity College of Dublin.