Pamela Llewellyn, LCSW-C, MBA

Pamela Llewellyn

I approach treatment from a worldview that believes individuals are unique and gifted, created with meaning and purpose, and made to have a relationship with God and others. Because of brokenness in ourselves and in the world, we experience conflict and struggle, often severe enough to impact our ability to function each day and to find joy in living. When we can understand our experiences in context of what is true, then healing begins.

It’s my privilege to help others see their unique abilities, strengths, and potential. I believe each of us are invaluable and purposed to live during this time. Pulling from a trauma-informed approach, I infuse a variety of techniques and tools to help individuals heal, thrive, and truly live. If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, life changes, grief/loss, or general mental health concerns, there is hope! You can experience life to the fullest and learn how to move through difficulties with new insight and capabilities. Life can be difficult, and we were not meant to go through it alone.

Licensed by State of Maryland #17769
Master of Social Work from University of Maryland 2004
Member of American Association of Christian Counselors #251368


Bipolar Disorder
Career Counseling
Coping Skills
Emotional Disturbance
Family Conflict
Life Transitions
Mood Disorders
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
Peer Relationships
Relationship Issues
Self Esteem
Trauma and PTSD
Women’s Issues