Peer Counseling Skills for Stylists & Beauticians

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 5708 Newbury St Baltimore MD 21209  See map


Do you want:

  • your clients to love you for being a supportive listener?

  • to help your clients more?

  • to get them out of your chair quickly so you can see more clients?

  • to know when to refer them to professional help?


If so, this peer counseling skills workshop is for you.

Tuesday February 26th
10:00am to 12:00 Noon (Please RSVP as below)
Arrive: 9:45am

Mt. Washington Village
5708 Newbury Street
(Former Newbury & Smith Consignment Boutique)
Baltimore, MD 21209

RSVP to Michael at:

Beauticians, stylists, and barbers are defacto counselors on the front lines of helping people with problems.  At times you may relish talking with people.  At other times you may be watching the clock imagining the tip from your next impatient customer in the waiting room fading away…

Professional counselors Lorah “Bess” Hauf LCPC and Michael Reeder LCPC would like to teach you the most essential listening skills that professional counselors use.  We can teach you how to listen in a nonjudgmental way that keeps you out of debates.  We will teach you to get clients to open up more – or shutdown and be quiet.  We will teach you suicide warning signs and other factors that suggest when your client really needs professional psychological help.



Michael is a counselor in Mt. Washington Village seeing adults and couples.  He can be contacted at:

Michael Reeder LCPC
Hygeia Counseling Services
Mt. Washington Village
5710 Newbury Street – 2nd FL
Baltimore, MD 21209



Bess is a counselor located in Towson on the Sheppard Pratt campus.  She specializes primarily in children and families.  She can be reached at:

Lorah “Bess” Hauf LCPC
MD Modern Family Counseling
6525 North Charles Street
Gibson Building, Suite 136
Towson MD 21204
443-790-0374                                   office@marylandmodernfamilycounseling.com


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