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Adult Schizophrenia Clinic

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Adult Schizophrenia Clinic Brochure

Clinical Supervisor: Krista Baker, LCPC

Adult Outpatient Schizophrenia Clinic
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Mason Lord Building East Tower, 2nd floor
5200 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224

Phone: 410-550-0137  |  DIRECTIONS 

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The Adult Schizophrenia Clinic is an outpatient program that provides comprehensive mental health services for adults that have been diagnosed with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder. Psychiatrists, therapists, and social workers employ a team approach to provide complete psychiatric care, including medicine management, individual and family counseling psychotherapy, and case management. There is a strong emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy to help patients identify and reach their personal goals. 

Our team is closely linked with the Johns Hopkins Bayview Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program and other components of the Johns Hopkins Clinical Schizophrenia Program, including the Johns Hopkins Schizophrenia Inpatient and Day Hospital units. The Schizophrenia Clinic psychiatrists are full-time faculty members of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Patients will have the opportunity to contribute to the advancement of knowledge about schizophrenia and its treatments by participating in research studies. The clinic will accept patients with minimal substance abuse, sufficient cognitive capacity to participate in cognitive behavioral and related forms of therapy, and a willingness to consider participation in schizophrenia research. 

Services Offered

Initial assessment and ongoing outpatient psychiatric treatment

Clinic Staff

The Adult Schizophrenia Clinic is staffed by an interdisciplinary team consisting of psychiatrists, mental health therapists, social workers, occupational therapists, psychiatric rehabilitation therapists, case managers and other specialists.

To Make an Appointment

We accept self and family referrals, hospital discharges, referrals from current providers and primary care physicians. The clinic accepts some private insurances, medical assistance, and Medicare.You will need to call us to determine eligibility.

For more information, or to make an appointment, contact Krista Baker, LCPC at  410-550-0137 or

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