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Rae Underberg (they/them), MS

Therapy provides the opportunity to explore and make sense of our internal and external experiences in a safe, non-judgmental space. Though challenging, therapy allows us time to examine our past and present and take steps towards a healthier future. I consider it a privilege to be part of this transformative process with you. I work from a strengths-based approach that centers client autonomy and honors the ways that culture and identity impact our lives. My style is client-centered, collaborative, and integrative, drawing on several different theories and techniques to meet you where you are.

I am in my third year of the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at Loyola University Maryland. Previously, I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and English with a minor in Spanish from Georgetown University. I completed two years of training at the Loyola Clinical Centers, where I provided individual therapy, group therapy, and assessment services to children, adolescents, and their families. In the fall I will continue my training at Kennedy Krieger’s Child and Family Therapy Clinic. My previous experience includes case management with adolescents and adults in alternatives to detention and incarceration, as well as volunteer experience in both inpatient hospital and outpatient community settings. I have worked with individuals with various concerns, including depression, anxiety, and those who have a history of trauma. I have specific interests in identity development, LBGTQ+ populations, and grief, loss, and trauma. 

In addition to psychotherapy services, I provide administrative support for Towson Therapy Group, including practice projects, scheduling, and phone consultations. I believe that the therapeutic process should be welcoming and inclusive from the very first call. I consider it an honor to help facilitate that process and look forward to talking with you soon.  

I am a registered psychology associate in Maryland under the supervision of Jon Gorman, PsyD, Licensed Psychologist.