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Ryan Boarman



Ryan takes a "big picture" approach to helping others, acting as a companion to clients as they find and traverse their life journeys. He emphasizes aspects of identity such as ethnicity, gender, sexuality, spirituality, and ability, and how they impact us individually and systemically. Experiencing how powerful stillness and nature can be for psychological healing, Ryan deeply values each person’s untapped potential. He wants to help you figure out who you are, who you want to be, and how you see yourself fitting into the world.



Ryan draws from a variety of approaches to best meet each person's needs. Existential, humanistic, and systemic approaches are particularly relevant, with acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) being his core framework. Ryan obtained a Master's in Clinical Psychology from Towson University. He has worked in various community mental health settings and at the mental health/suicide hotline in Baltimore County. He has a strong bond with nature and aims to cultivate this in others as well.


    LGBTQIA+ affirmative work, Spiritual and existential discomfort, Depression, Anxiety,
    Multicultural-related concerns,
    Vocation, Relationship, Grief, Trauma


Rate: $130 for initial consult
$110 per session

Sliding Scale for Self Pay: Offered


BCBS Pending


(443) 961-6883


1010 Dulaney Valley Road

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. 

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