Dr. Lucy Leibowitz

Providing psychological assessments, cognitive testing and behavioral therapy services.

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Dr. Lucy Leibowitz

Dr. Leibowitz is a licensed psychologist in Maryland. She received her BA in psychology from Tufts University and her PhD in Clinical Psychology from George Mason University. She completed an American Psychological Association accredited internship and two years of Fellowship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Dr. Leibowitz has worked in a variety of medical and mental health settings providing interventions, consultation, and assessment. These settings include a university based community mental health center, children's hospitals, outpatient clinics within medical institutions, and is currently also employed as a pediatric psychologist within a pediatrician’s office.

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Ms. Victoria Rennie

Victoria Rennie is a registered psychology associate and a certified school psychologist in Maryland and is practicing under Dr. Leibowitz's supervision. Ms. Rennie received her BS in psychology from Frostburg State University and her MA and Certificate of Advanced Studies in school psychology from Towson University. Prior to her career as a school psychologist, Ms. Rennie worked at a program in Maryland where she served children with behavioral and social needs. Ms. Rennie has worked as a school psychologist serving students from grades Pre-k-12 for eight years, using knowledge in assessment, consultation, mental health counseling, learning, and behavior to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally in various school systems throughout the state of Maryland.

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Behavioral Psychology Services

Our providers specialize in assessing and providing interventions to children and adolescents with anxiety, mood, behavioral, attentional and sleep concerns across ages. We use evidence-based behavioral and cognitive-behavioral principles and collaborates with families to develop effective and individualized plans. Our practice believes in sharing research and best practice with families and working together to determine the best way to implement these approaches for each unique family.

Psycho-Educational Evaluation

Our providers have extensive experience conducting psychoeducational evaluations to assist with academic interventions and to inform therapeutic treatment. These evaluations assess psychological (i.e., anxiety, depression), educational, and social concerns, as well as to determine whether diagnoses of ADHD or learning disorders are warranted.

Assessments include detailed recommendations to assist in navigating concerns in school, at home, at work, and in social relationships. The goal of these assessments and diagnostic services is to provide parents schools with a thorough understanding of each individual’s strengths and areas of growth and need. Our providers have experience in conducting assessments with all ages (i.e., from young children through adulthood). We provide a written evaluation including any pertinent diagnoses and reviews all results during an in-person feedback session.

Cognitive Assessment for Private School Placement or Gifted & Talented Services

We provide testing as requested by private schools or for admissions into gifted and talented programs. These evaluations include a written report, including a description of scores that families may provide to their child’s school along with their applications. In-person feedback is provided to families to explain the information contained in the written report.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do fees and insurance work?

    Our practice is out-of-network with all insurance plans. We are not contracted with any insurance company. Your provider will share a superbill (itemized receipt) that may be submitted to your insurance company to request potential reimbursement. It may be helpful to contact your insurance company ahead of time to determine whether you have out-of-network benefits prior to scheduling.

    Where is your office located?

    Therapy sessions are either in-person or via telehealth. Psychoeducational evaluations are at our office in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore.

  • What should I expect for my first assessment appointment?

    Please see the information below to better understand what to expect.

    • Please bring a copy of any relevant medical records, educational reports (i.e., 504-plan, Individualized Education Plans) and any previous assessments to the first appointment.

    • Please ensure all paperwork has been completed online prior to the initial appointment.

    • For young children, the initial appointment may be attended by parents only. For older children and adolescents, it is most helpful if they attend as well.

    • Testing will last several hours with breaks occurring as often as needed. the goal is to capture the most accurate representation of each individual's abilities. Testing continues for several hours with breaks occurring as often as needed. The goal is to capture the most accurate representation of each individual’s abilities.

    • If your child takes stimulant medication (i.e., for ADHD), please discuss with our providers ahead of time whether medication should be taken on the day of testing.

    • Please bring snacks, drinks, and dress in comfortable clothing. Masks continue to be required for in-person testing.

Fees And Policies

  • Fees (for out-of-network services)

    • Initial Consultation: $240

    • 60 minute session: $240

    • 45 minute session: $195

    • Psycho-educational testing: $3,000 (includes intake, all testing, feedback, and report).

  • Good Faith Estimate

    Under a new law, health care providers are required to give patients who don’t have insurance or are not using insurance for their care a “Good Faith Estimate” of the anticipated costs of care for medical items and services. You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency items or services provided by our practice.

    This Good Faith Estimate shows the costs of items and services that are reasonably expected for your health care treatment. The Good Faith Estimate does not include any unknown or unexpected costs that may arise during treatment. You could be charged more if complications or special circumstances occur. The Good Faith Estimate only includes costs associated with anticipated treatment items and services, and does not include ancillary services, late or no show fees, or costs incurred from other medical providers (e.g., outside labs, pharmacies).

    If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you have the right to dispute the bill by contacting our practice. You can also initiate a dispute resolution process with the US Department of Health and Human Services. For questions or more information about the dispute process, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises or call CMS at 1-800-985-3059.

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