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Anne-Marie James-Henry, LGMFT

Individual, Couple + Family Specialist
Licensed Graduate Marriage & Family Therapist

Greetings! I’m Anne Marie. I specialize in helping couples, families, and individuals successfully navigate life transitions such as engagement, marriage, separation, divorce, career changes, job loss, grief, migration, and military deployment. I’m also passionate about helping clients through depression, anxiety, struggles with their faith, and sex and intimacy issues. If you are an individual, couple, or family who needs guidance in any of these areas then I’m your person.

With over 20 years of experience in providing behavioral and life skills coaching, crisis counseling, and pastoral counseling, I’m equipped to help you tackle your concerns with a holistic approach. I understand that both young and mature adults need to receive concrete coping and relationship skills in a safe and supportive environment. 

As your therapist, I will provide you with a range of skills that will help you successfully transition out of your current individual and relationship challenges and into a healthier space. I use a wide range of clinical techniques to help you reach your goals, such as:

Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT)
Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) is a form of short-term therapy that is rooted in attachment theory. It aims to improve a couple’s relationship by rekindling the physical and emotional bond that can get severed for many reasons. Restoration of the emotional connection enables partners to be physically and mentally open and responsive to each other so that they can build a mutually supportive and satisfying relationship in the moment and for the future. Once that connection is restored, it becomes a continuous source of mutual comfort and a buffer against life’s many stressors. Couples are equipped to go on to solve their own problems with the skills they learn from EFT.

Bowen Family Therapy
Bowen Family Systems Therapy is a type of therapy that is designed to decrease tension and anxiety in families by addressing individual needs within the context of a family setting. Bowen's theory highlights how behavior patterns, emotional reactivity, and relationship dynamics are passed down through generations. By recognizing and understanding these patterns, individuals can break free from unhealthy cycles and create healthier relationship dynamics for themselves and future generations.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a branch of talk therapy that can help people of all ages, including younger children and teens. Your child doesn’t need to have a diagnosed mental health condition to benefit from this form of therapy. CBT focuses on how thoughts and emotions affect behavior. Through the use of this model, I help young clients learn to replace their negative thought patterns with more productive ones. Through different methods, they practice alternate ways of handling stressful situations. CBT can help young people control their impulses, eliminate self-defeating thoughts, and gain more self-control and healthy coping skills.

Clients find me warm, wise, and calm when it matters most.


Schedule an initial consultation or appointment with me If you are a person, couple, or family that is struggling with:

Sadness
Depression

Stress
Anxiety
Loneliness
Insecurity
Struggles with your faith
Communication issues
Preparation for marriage (pre-marital therapy)
Migration issues
Military family life issues
Problems across family generations
Trust issues
Infidelity, cheating, or poor relationship boundaries
Codependency
Lack of intimacy or sex
Growing apart
Separation or Divorce

Parenting issues
Problems with In-laws
Low self-esteem
Body image issues
Work performance
Poor work/life balance
Imposter syndrome
Perfectionism
Overthinking, racing thoughts, constant worrying
Family conflict
Financial worries
Dating problems or heartbreak
Maintaining boundaries
Grief or loss
Caring for aging or sick family members
Life transitions (changing schools, moving, welcoming a new baby)

Anne-Marie sees adult individuals, couples and families.

Clients must be a Maryland Resident to receive therapy services.

Education

Abilene Christian University at Dallas Texas

Master in Marriage and Family Therapy

Jacksonville Theological Seminary at Jacksonville, FL

George Washington University School of Business

West Indies School of Theology Trinidad & Tobago, WI

University of the West Indies Trinidad & Tobago

Licensure

Licensed Graduate Marriage & Family Therapist, Maryland

American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT)

American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC)

Prepare/Enrich Facilitator

Hours + Rates

Mondays 3pm - 8pm

Thursdays, 10am - 3pm

Saturdays 8am - 1pm

Individual Therapy

$145 First Assessment

$120 Standard Session

Couples Therapy

$165 First Assessment

$140 Standard Session

Family Therapy

$175 First Assessment

$150 Standard Session

Payment + Insurance Information

While Anne-Marie is not an in-network provider for any healthcare insurance companies, you may be eligible for reimbursement from your insurance company after attending counseling sessions. This means that you are responsible for paying the full fee at the time of each office visit, however, you may receive a portion of your payment back from your insurance provider after completing the appropriate steps.

Covenant Therapy Group accepts all major credit cards as well as FSA and HSA cards.

What Clients Say

"She is professional, compassionate, empathetic and offers great insight when handling life situations. She guides you to the core issues and works with you on finding solutions to put into practice..."
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