Kimberly M. Ewing, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist

InVision Counseling Services, LLC

The Rotunda

711 W. 40th Street, Suite 324

Baltimore, MD 21211

443-595-7791

814-591-0914(fax)

©2019 by InVision Counseling Services, LLC.

About Me

My background

I am Kimberly M. Ewing, Ph.D.  I am a licensed psychologist and the owner and operator of InVision Counseling Services, LLC.  I am originally from St. Louis, MO, but I have called Baltimore, MD home since 1997.  I have been a psychologist for over 25 years, after receiving my Ph.D. from Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. 

 

I worked as a Staff Psychologist at University of Delaware, then went on to start my first private practice in Wilmington, DE within a holistic health center.  I returned to college counseling to work in the Counseling Center at Loyola University Maryland, where I was on staff as a Psychologist and as the Associate Director for Training until July 2015. 

 

Along the way, I’ve enjoyed teaching, training, supervising and working in various ways to help people live more fully and in better relationship with others.  This is what I love to do. 

The way I work

Counseling requires a commitment of time, resources, and effort that can be hard to carve out in these busy times.  My intention is to use our sessions to help you make the desired changes as efficiently as possible.  With that in mind, I use a goal-focused, strategic counseling model.  This process will work if you are truly ready for change but need support and guidance in what to do. 

 

I can help you set attainable goals, mark the path to reach them, transform limiting beliefs and resulting behaviors that have blocked change, and build the support necessary to stay the course towards the life you've envisioned.  I use a blend of self-empathy and compassion training, culturally-grounded Belief Systems Analysis, Energy Psychology techniques, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and traditionally Western psychological approaches.

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You will be equipped with renewed self-confidence and self-understanding, you will have addressed your goals, along with your new supportive beliefs, behaviors, and tools to sustain your changes after counseling has ended.  With this model, counseling becomes a way to get unstuck and back on your way, a better way.