Pamela Rice, Ed.D., LCPC
Practicing Since: 1999
Issues: grief, panic, anxiety, depression, women's issues
Special Populations Served: adolescents, adults, couples, family
About: Pamela is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Maryland. She obtained her M.Ed degree in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling with a concentration in emotional disturbance from Coppin State University in 1980. She earned her Advanced degree in Counseling and Guidance from The Johns Hopkins University and her Doctor of Education degree in Counseling and Development with a minor in correctional justice from The American University.
From 1978 through 1991, Pamela was employed as a Juvenile Counselor by the State of Maryland. Her duties entailed counseling juvenile delinquents, children in need of supervision, and children in need of assistance. In addition, she provides psychotherapy for individuals who have depression, stress and anxiety related issues. Pamela also provides crisis management for companies when critical incidents occur at their businesses. Her personal belief is that "people can overcome the problems which they are experiencing if they are sincere about overcoming their problems."