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Kyle Ginzl, LGPC

Mood Disorder IOP Therapist

Kyle Ginzl is a dedicated Mood Disorder IOP Therapist at Sandstone Care in North Bethesda, where he brings a wealth of knowledge and a compassionate approach to his practice. Kyle, who identifies with he/him pronouns, holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Marymount University. He completed his clinical internship at Sandstone Care, working with clients in the Young Adult Dual Diagnosis PHP Level of Care, which further honed his expertise in treating young adults.

As a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC), Kyle employs an eclectic therapeutic approach, drawing on a variety of modalities such as Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Psychodynamic and Humanistic approaches. This diverse toolkit allows him to tailor his interventions to meet the unique needs of each client, fostering a collaborative and supportive therapeutic environment.

Kyle is particularly experienced in working with young adults, a demographic he is passionate about supporting through their mental health challenges. He believes in the power of partnership in therapy, often reminding his clients that while he may have expertise in therapeutic techniques, they are the experts of their own lives. This collaborative approach ensures that clients feel empowered and actively engaged in their healing process.

One of Kyle’s greatest joys as a mental health provider is the opportunity to help others. He finds fulfillment in the daily variety and continuous learning that comes with his role, appreciating the unique stories and perspectives of each client.

Outside of his professional life, Kyle enjoys a range of activities that keep him grounded and inspired. He loves playing with his children, engaging in photography, cycling, and both playing and listening to music. He cherishes the time spent with his wife and two children.