Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center Baltimore

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Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center Baltimore

Located in Towson, Maryland, just north of Baltimore, Pathlight Baltimore serves medically-stable adults, adolescents, and children with primary mood and anxiety disorders.

Our mood and anxiety treatment programs in Maryland currently include a three-day-a-week Virtual IOP that provides up to 11 hours of clinical programming each week for adults with mood disorders such as bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder and seasonal affective disorder as well as anxiety disorders including general anxiety disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder and  Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD).   

With convenient access to nearby communities, attractions, entertainment, business and healthcare, our facility supports a social and therapeutic environment to help light the way for patients to find lasting wellness.

Location Details

Who we treat
Level of Care
Intensive Outpatient
Virtual Treatment
Conditions We Treat
Anxiety Disorders
Bipolar Disorder
Depressive Disorders
Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Trauma-Related Disorders

Life at Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center Baltimore

Patients and Families at Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center Baltimore will work closely with a compassionate team of providers including board certified physicians/psychiatrists, registered nurses, licensed therapists, registered dietitians and additional experts in eating disorders and mood and anxiety disorders.   

Individualized eating disorder treatment plans, evidence-based interventions, medical support, family involvement and discharge planning are fundamental to the Pathlight treatment approach in an effort to help patients and families experience the freedom of healing and recovery.

  • Pathlight Baltimore is a welcoming, affirming facility and we serve patients of all gender identities
  • A multidisciplinary mood and anxiety treatment team of professionals oversees all levels of care
  • Every individual at all levels of care has access to Psychiatry Consultation and Medical Management, Individual Therapy, Group Therapies, Family Therapy. Specific types of treatment are determined by individual needs and the treatment planning process.
  • Collaboration with family and supports will be emphasized for all patients. In addition to family therapy, there is a monthly family day that affords family education and skills development for supports.

Mood & Anxiety Programming

  • Pathlight Baltimore treats adults (ages 18 and older) with a wide range of mood and anxiety disorders
  • Virtual IOP is intended to offer intensive treatment, providing support and structure, while patients maintain involvement in life outside of treatment (e.g., work, school, family, etc.).
  • Individuals receive 3 group sessions each day; 1 meeting with a psychiatrist each week; one individual/family therapy session per week; and weekly treatment team planning

For information regarding outpatient services, please call 410-427-3900.

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    Family & Alumni Support

    Our support for patients and families does not end at the time of discharge—rather, the treatment team carefully develops a personalized discharge plan, and offers several aftercare services and alumni support programs for patients that do not have an established mood, anxiety, trauma-related treatment team.

  • Towson, Maryland

    Towson, Maryland

    Towson is a commuter community 10 miles north of Baltimore, MD. It functions as a convenient and vibrant home for professionals and students, with quick access to both Maryland's natural resources and metropolitan amenities in Baltimore.   Baltimore/Washington International Airport is about 25 miles south of Towson.

Paying for Treatment

Insurances accepted change frequently. If you do not see your insurance carrier here, please ask us. Pathlight’s insurance and financial specialists will provide a free benefits check. Our team will work tirelessly on your behalf to make treatment possible.


In-Network Providers


Blue Cross/Blue Shield







Moda Health Plan


PHCS Multiplan

Seton Health Plan

United Behavioral Health/Optum

Value Options

Levels of Care at Pathlight Baltimore

  • Intensive Outpatient

    Days spent at center and nights at patient's home

  • Virtual Care

    Effective treatment from the comfort of your own home

Explore Our Other Locations

Pathlight has multiple locations around the country to meet your mood, anxiety and trauma-related disorder treatment needs.

Meet Our Team
  • Harry A. Brandt, MD
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    Harry A. Brandt, MD

    Regional Medical Director, MidAtlantic
    Dr. Harry Brandt led the eating disorders programs at Mercy Medical Center, St. Joseph Medical Center and Sheppard Pratt ...
  • Steven Crawford, MD
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    Steven F. Crawford, MD

    Medical Director, Baltimore
    Dr. Steven Crawford is Managing Director, Medical at Eating Recovery Center and Assistant Chief of Psychiatry at University of ...
  • Kim Anderson, PhD
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    Kim Anderson, PhD

    Regional Clinical Director, East
    Dr. Kim Anderson is the Regional Clinical Director of the East Region at Eating Recovery Center/Pathlight Mood and Anxiety ...
  • Irene Rovira, PhD
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    Irene Rovira, PhD

    Practice Manager, Baltimore
    Dr. Rovira is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides evidence-based individual, group, and family treatment for eating ...
  • Tracy Kuniega-Pietrzak, MD
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    Tracy Kuniega-Pietrzak, MD

    Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist, Baltimore
    Dr. Tracy Kuniega-Pietrzak is a board-certified psychiatrist in both Adult and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and has ...
  • Kaitlin Slaven, MD
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    Kaitlin Slaven, MD

    PHP Psychiatrist, Baltimore
    Dr. Slaven is a board-certified psychiatrist at Eating Recovery Center, Baltimore. She attended Iowa State University for ...
  • Michael Cannon, MD
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    Michael Cannon, MD

    Attending Psychiatrist, Baltimore
    Dr. Michael Cannon is a board-certified adult psychiatrist. Dr. Cannon graduated from the University of Virginia where he earned ...