Oladip Adedeji
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Oladipo Adedeji is a therapist at Mid-Atlantic Children’s Services, Inc. He is a nationally certified counselor and licensed graduate professional counselor in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. 

EDUCATION:  Bowie State University, Bachelor of Science in Psychology(2012). Loyola University Maryland, Master of Science in Pastoral Counseling or Mental Health Counseling (2017).

INTERNSHIP:  CACREP approved internship at Mid-Atlantic Children’s Services, Inc. in the Washington metropolitan area. Facilitated and co-facilitated individual and group counseling with over 100 at-risk pre-K to college students with moderate to severe emotional disturbance and learning disabilities. He also consulted parents and school personnel on best practices for student success and adjustment.

CREDENTIALS:  Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor in the State of Maryland; Counseling Resident in the Commonwealth of Virginia; Nationally Certified Counselor.

MEMBERSHIPS:  American Counseling Association (ACA); National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC); American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC).

SERVICES PROVIDED:  Therapy with children, adolescents, adults, families, and groups; parent consultation for distressed children and teens; speaking engagements.



ADHD Executive Functioning
Learning Disabilities Developmental Delays 
Cognitive Functioning Parenting Skills 
Coping Skills School Support 
Spiritual and Religious Issues Trauma
Anxiety Depression
Adjustment Disorders Self-Esteem
Anger Management Men’s Issues
Cultural Issues


Oladipo administers psychotherapy and counseling for clients of all ages and demographics. Oladipo’s individualizes his client-centered techniques and recommendations to the client’s values to provide more meaningful understandings that can improve the daily lives of individuals. Oladipo seeks to understand, integrate, and guide the healthy growth of clients in a holistic manner, including the spiritual, mental, emotional, social, and occupational aspects of their lives. 

Oladipo’s training in play therapy and the spiritual development throughout the lifespan allow him to assist children and adolescents to resolve developmental issues. Children and adolescents typically experience low self-esteem, poor impulse control, irritability, family stress, peer-related conflict, substance use, and noncompliance. Oladipo guides his clients toward greater self-awareness and healthier coping skills to help them meet their needs in ways that remove barriers to more meaningful relationships at home, school, and in the community