Uzi Ben-Ami, Ph.D.

Uzi Ben-Ami, Ph.D. - Supportive Approach to Psychological Counseling

Uzi Ben-Ami, Ph.D., is a Rockville, Maryland, psychologist who guides a well-established private practice and offers clients a full range of counseling services spanning child's self-esteem, adolescence motivation, computer addiction and psychopathology; adult anxiety, depression, relationships, and parenting. Uzi Ben-Ami, Ph.D., also assists patients in working through conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder and bipolar disorder.

Originally from Israel, Dr. Ben-Ami came to the United States early in his career and completed a doctorate at the University of Maryland. Beginning as a child psychologist, he coached and trained parents and also gained extensive experience in family, marriage and sex therapy.

Uzi Ben-Ami, Ph.D., held in the past leadership positions including a clinical director of the Center for Children's Services in Danville, Illinois, and a chief psychologist at JSSA, Rockville, MD. He also tested youth for the Baltimore, MD juvenile court. Married for more than three decades and with two grown children, Dr. Ben-Ami draws on extensive experience as a parent and a husband in his counseling services.

Address: Rockville, MD


Uzi Ben-Ami, PhD


Jan 1, 1993 - Present

Jewish Social Service Agency

Chief Psychologist

Jan 1, 1980 - Jan 1, 1992

Center for Children's Services

Clinical Director

Dec 1, 1977 - Jan 1, 1980


University of Maryland, College Park


Jan 1, 1974 - Jan 1, 1976