Sherrye Urtz, MPH, LCPC, CBC
Sherrye is a graduate of George Washington University with a Masters of Public Health in Maternal and Child Health. She also received a post graduate degree Certificate in Community Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Sherrye has worked with a variety of clients of all ages in mental health settings including outpatient mental health services for children and adolescents, as well as women and families’ experiencing the loss of a child; particularly perinatal loss. She has been trained in trauma focused-cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) and grief and loss. Sherrye works with individuals, families and groups and she has professional and personal experience of psychosocial issues related to the impact of loss, ADHD, and emotional regulation. Areas of interest include women’s health issues such as infertility, pregnancy and infant loss, traumatic birth experiences, birth and parenting after loss, loss as a result of suicide and other traumatic injuries. Children and adolescent interests include loss of a parent due to divorce and other factors, ADHD and co-occurring disorders, anxiety, depression, and self-regulation. Sherrye is a member of the ACA (American Counseling Association) and LCPCM (Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors of Maryland).