The Pro Bono Counseling Project relies on your generous contributions to allow us to continue our services to clients in need. Please support our work by donating to our annual giving campaign.
PBCP featured on WYPR
To hear more about how we help those in need and why therapists give their time... Listen Here
Affordable Care Act Info
We are pleased to provide a handy tool as an exclusive benefit for PBCP volunteer clinicians that can help navigate clients through enrolling for health insurance under the new Affordable Care Act (ACA). Enrollment through the Maryland Health Connection begins October 1, 2013.
To receive this information, contact Ellen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877-323-5800 x103.
3.28.2014 PBCP Parenting Workshop
"Discomfort vs. Disorder: Helping Parents Make Sense of Adolescent Behavior"
Friday, 9:00 am to noon
Towson Unitarian Universalist Church
1710 Dulaney Valley Road, Lutherville, MD 21093-9705
(previously Bolton Street Synagogue)
- 3 CE's
- Breakfast provided
- Clinician networking
A workshop on how clinicians can help parents diagnose normal teenage behavior versus mental health issues.
Back by Popular Demand! ......
PRESENTER: Brad Sachs, PhD
Dr. Sachs' Books:
- Family-Centered Treatment with Struggling Young Adults: A Clinician’s Guide to the Transition From Adolescence to Autonomy
- Emptying the Nest: Launching your Young Adult towards Success and Self-Reliance
- When No One Understands: Letters to a Teenager on Life, Loss, and the Hard Road to Adulthood
- The Good Enough Child: How to have an Imperfect Family and be Perfectly Satisfied
SPECIAL MESSAGE: Due to the overwhelming response, we have moved the workshop to a larger space to accommodate all interested clinicians. The workshop is now being held at the Towson Unitarian Universalist Church. If you were previously on the waiting list, we have now registered you for the workshop.
FREE for Participating Clinicians $30 Fee Non-Participating Clinicians
4.11.2014 18th Annual Mary Douglas Wells Speakers Forum
“Ages of Anxiety: The Management of Anxiety Across the Life Span”
Friday, 8:30am - 4 pm, Sheppard Pratt Conference Center, Baltimore, MD
- 6 CE's
- Breakfast & lunch
- Clinician networking
Golda S. Ginsburg, PhD, Professor, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Specializes in anxiety disorders in children, adolescents & their parents.
Steven L. Shearer, PhD, Co-Director, the Anxiety and Stress Disorders Institute of Maryland; Specializes in adults.
Julie Wetherell, PhD, Professor, UC San Diego Health System & Staff Psychologist, VA San Diego Health System Home-Based Primary Care Program; Specializes in anxiety related to aging.
Registration Fee -- $150.00
QUESTIONS: For questions regarding events or workshops contact Ellen via email at email@example.com or phone at 410-825-1001 x103.
In need of Clinicians! Refer a friend!
We offer benefits exclusively for clinicians who are participating in the PBCP. And now, more than ever, we need you to invite a colleague so that we may more equitably refer families, couples and individuals throughout Maryland.
Requests for therapy have dramatically increased—we currently have 650 active cases. PBCP needs your help in recruiting additional therapists to join our mission in your county.
Additionally, PBCP is always looking for bi-lingual therapists to serve the growing Latino community.
PS Benefits include free CEs at inspiring workshops, networking within & outside your clinical group, free resources guide, documentation of your pro bono hours, + + +
Thank you to all who so generously donated to the challenge grant to bring our aging computer systems up to date!
The Pro Bono Counseling Project has finally upgraded our 10 year old Microsoft Office Suite from 2003 to Microsoft Office Professional 2013.
Linda B. Stone, MS Memorial Fund
Linda Stone, MS was a thoughtful member of our Board of Directors who died on March 11, 2013 as a result of a brief illness. A licensed marriage and family therapist, Linda recently closed her private practice to devote her warmth, practicality and energy to the Pro Bono Counseling Project and other services to help families. In her honor and memory, we and her family ask you to make a generous donation to help continue her best efforts to assure access to mental health care.