Welcome: If you are reading this page you are probably looking for help for yourself, your family or someone you care about.  Please know that we all go through times and situations in our lives where we feel like we have run out of options… or the strategies and supports we usually fall back on aren’t there or aren’t helping us in the way they used to.  Maybe you are new to therapy or maybe not.  Either way, I know this is an important step and I hope that the information below can assist you in finding what you need.

Services: My staff and I provide individual therapy to children, adolescents and adults as well as relationship (couples) counseling.

Meet Our Team:

  • Matthew Malouf Ph.D.
    • Click here to learn about Dr. Malouf’s background and approach to therapy.
  • Joshua Bock M.S.
    • Click here to learn about Josh’s background and approach to therapy.

What to expect when starting therapy: Your first session consists of an in-depth evaluation to allow your therapist to better understand your history and current concerns and to choose well-supported treatments that are uniquely tailored to you (for couples, we will meet initially as a group and then have a chance to meet one-on-one in the following weeks).  As you go through this process, please know that we understand how talking to a stranger has both pros and cons. To that extent, we strive to be warm, welcoming and genuine. I believe that meeting patients where they are is just as important as being able to provide high quality assessment and intervention.  Part of being genuine also means that we care about your experience in therapy, so throughout our work together my staff and I welcome your feedback (and will likely check in from time-to-time).

PLEASE BE SURE TO COMPLETE ALL INTAKE FORMS 24 HOURS PRIOR TO YOUR VISIT.  THESE FORMS WILL BE SENT TO YOU VIA MY SECURE PATIENT PORTAL.

Location: Our office is is located in a historic retail/commercial building in the Roland Park neighborhood in Northern Baltimore City.  It is located near I-83 and on major bus routes and has parking in two lots on the front and side of the building as well as unrestricted street parking.  My office is on the 3rd floor and, due to the historic nature of the building, is unfortunately not ADA accessible.  I share my space with several other psychologists.  We welcome you to have a seat in our shared waiting room.  There is an all-gender restroom in the hallway to the right of the waiting room.

Fees and insurance: see here for more information about our practice’s fees, insurance and payment policies.