Howard has close to 45 years of clinical experience in the field of mental health and training. His practice includes working with individuals and couples, navigating life’s more challenging emotion filled periods of difficulty and growth as well as those suffering from difficult pasts, depression and anxiety disorders.. His career has taken him to prisons, cancer units, drug rehabs, board rooms and years in private practice settings, learning from clients and colleagues along the way.
For over ten years Howard specialized in oncology support at Harbor Hospital. He headed an addictions consultation service at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and was involved in physician training at the beginning of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Baltimore. Howard has directed a number of addiction treatment programs in the Baltimore area. He pioneered this work in the Baltimore Jewish Community, helping to start Jewish Addictions Service during the Cocaine epidemic of the 1980’s and continues to promote training and awareness efforts to respond to the ever-changing addiction and mental health issues facing the community.