Dr. Julie Bindeman is driven to help people with their personal journeys to parenthood as a result of her own experiences. She knows the importance of being able to heal so that losses become PART of who we are, not ALL of who we are.
Dr. Bindeman graduated from George Washington University with a doctorate in clinical psychology. Starting in graduate school, she developed an interest in identity formation across the life span. She has worked in a variety of settings including outpatient mental health, private practices, schools, and Universities.
She has served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Maryland Psychological Association since 2008, she was elected to the Education Committee of the Mental Health Professional Group of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in 2013, and is a member of The American Psychological Association, RESOLVE, The American Society of Reproductive Medicine, and The American Fertility Association. Her private practice, Integrative Therapy of Greater Washington was founded in 2007 with Nanci Brown, LCSW-C and is located in Rockville, Maryland.
In addition to her focus on reproductive psychology, Dr. Bindeman has taught at several universities including: Marymount, Johns Hopkins, and Loyola.
She provides professional consultation, delivers workshops, gives community talks, and writes. Dr. Bindeman is currently writing a book and maintains several blogs focused on parenting and reproduction.