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Jan Trammell-Savin



As a lifelong seeker for wholeness in personal, professional and spiritual life, Jan is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with an MA in Clinical Psychology from Towson University, focusing on supporting the journeys of clients toward resilience and fulfillment, through mindfulness-based counseling. An expression of positive psychology, mindfulness-based counseling helps clients rediscover their inherent strengths and skills, and develop greater capacities and strategies for leading valued lives.



In her practice, Jan offers clients a safe space and compassionate presence in which to explore their challenges to living more fully, and to practice effective strategies for addressing those challenges, employing an eclectic person-centered approach informed by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and interventions for healing grief and working with resilience and motivation. Her approach is invitational rather than prescriptive and assumes full client participation in a collaborative journey toward greater wholeness for the client. Spiritual experience is an important part of clients’ lives in whatever way that experience may be understood to support their lives and is honored and valued in Jan’s counseling approach.


    Grief and loss




    Life transitions


    Faith-based counseling


Rate: $150 for initial session

$125 subsequent sessions

Sliding Scale for Self Pay: Offered


CareFirst BCBS, Cigna, JHU EHP


(410) 567-1117 ex. 710


1004 Dulaney Valley Road, Online

Interested in therapy for yourself or a loved one? Please contact our intake team. Include your name, phone number, insurance, and a brief overview on why you are seeking counseling.