About Denise Bike, Ph.D.
Dr. Bike began studying psychology in 1985 at the University of Dallas. She spent the next two decades in education. She was a certified teacher, and then she wrote textbooks and testing materials. (Harcourt-Brace, McGraw-Hill, the Princeton Review, Western Schools’ Behavioral Health Imprint) In her late 30s, Dr. Bike revived her dream of becoming a psychologist. She completed her M.S. at Loyola and earned her Ph.D. at the University of Missouri.
Since 2006, Dr. Denise Bike has conducted individual therapy with adults and assessment with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings. Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital, Boone Hospital’s CBT Program, the Counseling Centers at Mizzou and Ball State, MU's Employee Assistance Program, and the Assessment and Consultation Clinic. Most recently, Dr. Bike conducted educational and psychological testing in the D.C. Charter Schools and the Chesapeake ADHD Center where she also offered therapy to adults with ADHD and executive function issues. She currently practices at Baltimore Minds.
From 2013-2015, Dr. Bike was a full-time faculty member at Loyola University Maryland. She taught graduate-level evaluation and assessment, counseling skills, and diversity courses. She also taught Child Development and Human Development at Notre Dame Maryland. She currently teaches Wellness Management and Diversity courses online for the University of Missouri's Educational Leadership program.
Baltimore Minds is located at 600 Wyndhurst in Roland Park. You can park behind or beside the building. Enter the private waiting room. Dr. Bike will get you when it is time for your appointment.