Laurie May, LCPC, MS
This business of being a human being can be tough! Life throws twists and turns at us and it is our job to evolve and to find meaning in our lives, ultimately finding a sense of purpose and joy.
A Note From Laurie
My hope as a clinician is to help more clients to have more insight into their lives, and to help them to empower themselves. In therapy I hope to hold up a compassionate “mirror” to my clients so that they can move towards health and growth.
Why I Became a Therapist
Having formerly been a teacher, I became a counselor because I was interested in human potential, helping people to discover how they tick, and where they have come from.
What I am Passionate About
I am particularly passionate about helping college-aged students, new mothers and adults in their second stage of life work through the challenges of life circumstances and changing relationships. As a middle aged clinician myself, I know that the "second act" of life can be both a confusing and soul searching time in which children have grown and we need to find new roles and new passions for ourselves.
Education & Training:
MS Clinical Community Counseling, Johns Hopkins University