Meet Rebecca Lencz, LGPC—Now accepting new clients!

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Hello! My name is Rebecca Lencz, and I offer individual counseling services to adults who are anxious, overwhelmed, grieving, or sad. If you’ve been feeling this way, please know that you are not alone and that reaching out for help can be a powerful step for finding healing. I understand that life transitions and the stresses of everyday life can easily add up and become overwhelming. I help people address the anxiety and negativity brought on by challenging times. My training in trauma, and grief and loss, provides me with the tools to help you explore what may be compounding some of the difficulties you may be experiencing. I have particular interest in helping women address unique challenges that are complicated by societal expectations, multifaceted roles and responsibilities, and the life cycle.

My approach to counseling is, first and foremost, to establish a warm and compassionate therapeutic relationship built on empathy, unconditional positive regard, authenticity, and respect. My work is influenced by interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB), which examines the way information and energy flow both within an individual’s brain and body as well as through interpersonal connections. I incorporate techniques from positive psychology and wellness-based perspectives, thus not only exploring what is going wrong, but also what is going right. We’ll talk about your strengths and passions and pull from a variety of treatment modalities such as CBT, mindfulness, emotionally-focused therapy (EFT), and spiritually-integrated therapy to tailor our work to fit your personal needs.

Besides my clinical training and experiences, I bring enthusiasm, authenticity, warmth, and a sense of humor to my work. I will meet you where you are and work with you to take small but steady steps, so you can feel stronger and more capable of making therapeutic changes. I look forward to getting to know you and offering support and encouragement as we begin our work together.

The most authentic thing about us is our capacity to create, to overcome, to endure, to transform, to love and to be greater than our suffering.
— Ben Okri


  • Trauma

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • gRIEF & LOSS



  • Mood Disorders


  • EmotionAL Regulation





mondays: 11:00 – 4:00 pm

wednesdays: 11:00 – 4:00 pm

thursdays: 9:00-2:30 PM

Payment & Insurance Information:

Rebecca is in network with careFirst/BCBS insurance plans.

cash, Check & Major Credit Cards are all accepted.




I was born in England to immigrant Jewish parents, and I came to the United States as a young adult. As part of the “sandwich generation,” I stay busy with my multi-generational family. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, friends, and community. I also love my quiet time where I get to enjoy nature, reading, resting, and exercising to great music.

My Educational Background:

Having traveled and undertaken various studies, I eventually earned my Bachelor’s degree in history from Thomas Edison College. I joke that it took me some time to figure out what I wanted to do “when I grew up” and that I learned more from the “hard-knocks” of real life than from academia. Life has taught me how to cope with transitions and how to juggle needs and responsibilities. I later graduated from the Pastoral Counseling Department at Loyola University of Maryland with a Master of Science in Counseling. In addition to my counseling license, I am also NBCC certified and have gained counseling experience through various internships and positions. I continue to take continuing education courses and have received further training in trauma, childhood adversity, and grief and loss.

Contact Me:

I am currently accepting new clients. If you are interested in working with me please call me directly at 443-212-8467. You can also email me at or schedule by utilizing the link below.

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Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards.
— Soren Kierkegaard

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