HARRY SMITH, BSW, MS, LCADC-S, LCPC
Clinical Director, Baltimore Region
2211 Maryland Avenue
Baltimore, MD. 21218
Clinical Standard of Excellence. Ethical, Professional and Proficient are just a few characteristics that describe the leadership style of our Maryland Region’s Clinical Director, Harry Smith.
Harry’s advanced clinical training and experience, paired with his extensive clinical knowledge brings to Divine Light a holistic approach to substance abuse treatment inclusive of case management, group and individual counseling, family education with an emphasis on positive parenting, curriculum planning, teaching 12-step recovery concepts, the disease model of addiction, relapse dynamic education, drugs and their effects.
His background in behavior modification and counseling clients with dual disorders is ideal in the Divine Light environment that combines psychiatric care and mental health therapy & supports when needed.
Skilled in documentation and the design of custom treatment plans for individual clients, physicians, justice systems, and utilization review, while also establishing therapeutic relationships with people of all ages and diverse backgrounds, his years of experience as an adolescent program coordinator allows him to deliver services to or young adult program REBOUND in a way that is impactful and life-changing for them.
Harry is personable and passionate about providing everyone seeking treatment the opportunity to succeed and live in long-term recovery clean and sober with access to resources needed once they discharge from care.
Prior to joining the Divine Light Team, Harry served as a Clinical Manager for the Weisman House, an initiative of Tuerk House, as well as a Program Director for Gaudenzia. He began his career as a clinical addictions counselor in 2002 and has since gone on to obtain in his master’s degree in in addiction counseling, a bachelor’s degree in social work and he is currently a licensed LCADC and LCPC.