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Welcome to the Washington Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Washington, District Of Columbia.

Therapists in Washington

Sarah Pogue, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, RYT
“As a clinical social worker dedicated to helping you reach your fullest potential in personal and professional life, I will work alongside you to identify achievable goals. Together, we can look at your strengths and challenges to map out specific and measurable steps you can take on a daily basis to achieve those goals. Anything is possible with the right frame of mind!
(240) 754-2792
Washington, District of Columbia 20012
Lynne S Gots, Psychologist  in Washington
“Although by orientation I'm a cognitive-behavioral therapist--that is, I focus on how thoughts and actions affect how we feel and respond to situations--I don't follow a cookbook approach to treatment. Each individual brings a unique set of problems to therapy, and I start with a thorough evaluation to assess your needs and develop a collaborative treatment plan that is personal yet based on current research. This type of therapy is focused more on the present than the past and on developing coping skills to help you deal with the problems that are currently troubling you.
(301) 744-8859
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Gwyneth Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
“I am committed to providing effective, empirically tested, affordable therapy. My approach is honest, collaborative, interactive, and nonjudgmental. Often in life we buy into stories about ourselves that seem to protect us but ultimately prevent us from moving toward the things we value. We get caught up in judging whether a behavior is good or bad, rather than asking if it is producing the desired outcome.
(202) 800-1905
Washington, District of Columbia 20012
Dylana L Blum, Psychologist  in Washington
“People look for therapists for many reasons. Perhaps you are having a hard time coping with a difficult life event or transition. Or, maybe, you have felt for some time that there is something missing in your personal or professional life. In my practice, I work with people struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, eating disorders, and concerns about sexual orientation. I also have significant experience treating college and graduate students, and have special interests in working with lawyers and law students, as well as with people facing the challenges of infertility, pregnancy and pregnancy loss, and parenting.
(202) 681-0997
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Jamie Jones, Counselor  in Washington
“Jamie's therapeutic focus is on you and your unique perception of your daily life and surrounding environment. It is explored through verbal and symbolic forms of individual and group psychotherapy. This process creates a focused consciousness on your personal inner perceptions regarding who you are and who you want to become. As a Washingtonian herself, Jamie understands the challenges you face while living in a demanding city where many people feel a balanced lifestyle is unattainable. Jamie is most gifted in her work with individuals who have a history of disordered eating, grief and loss, trauma, and abuse.
(202) 568-8486
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
“My goal is to create a safe, caring, respectful and trusting relationships with each client so he or she can feel comfortable sharing thoughts and feelings with me. As we work in partnership, I challenge my clients to develop an insight in to their immediate situation, as well as explore alternative ways to deal with their issues so they can improve and create a life that is meaningful to them.
(202) 499-6085
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Maura Rohde, Counselor  in Washington
“My therapeutic approach is holistic in scope and addresses the psychological, spiritual, and physical dimensions of the human person. In my work with clients, I make use of insight-oriented talk therapy and often incorporate creative modalities such as guided imagery, art, and dream work. Therapy is a highly collaborative process between the therapist and the client, and I will tailor my work with you to respond to your individual needs and wants within your unique life context.
(202) 630-5961
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
Jason M Rosen, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“The unique nature of my practice and approach to therapy stem from my medical training and advanced training in insight-oriented psychotherapy. Although I have a strong background in psychiatric diagnosis and medical management, I believe strongly in a holistic approach to therapy.
(202) 559-1102
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Lisa Franklin Topchik, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“'Maybe I should talk to someone' is often thought by a person considering therapy. Perhaps itís because a friend or family member has suggested it, or because you are grappling with a difficult issue. After deciding to pursue therapy, the next important step is choosing that 'someone' who is a good fit.
(240) 283-5657
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Timothy Ellsworth, Psychologist  in Washington
“I typically see people who are feeling stuck, confused, in pain, and/or dissatisfied with their lives or relationships. I work with individual adults. My patients are usually interested in exploring what is behind their troubles, in addition to wanting to resolve their symptoms.
(202) 999-3364
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Robert G Hartford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW, CSW, LSCT
“As the only Licensed Systems Centered Therapist in the DC area, together we will explore how to get more of what you want. In a supportive and safe environment, I will teach you methods to reduce anxiety, depression and identify patterns that may have served you at one time but are not working now. Initially, sessions will be focused on: Exploring the issues that are important to you - to determine the goals that you want to achieve. We will begin to develop trust, respect, and a personal connection so that you feel safe and understood.
(202) 600-8157
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Lynne Gaby, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“Psychotherapy can be a powerful pathway to healing and change. This change is possible when one feels listened to and understood by someone who is curious, open and respectful. In my practice I provide this kind of listening, and work with my patients to identify not only their problems but also their often unrecognized or undervalued strengths.
(202) 601-3834
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
“I have treated patients with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, adjustment problems. I like to work with the hidden strengths of patients. I am trained to do counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples and groups. I can provide psychoanalysis for individuals. I have given lectures on mental illness both here in the US and abroad (Europe, South-America, Africa, Australia and China). I published more than 50 articles related to mental health. I co-authored with Alphonse De Waelhens: "Phenomenology and Lacan on Schizophrenia" (now translated into Chinese). I am the author of "Saying "No"", and "Denial, Negation, and the Forces of the Negative."
(202) 803-8633
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Sean C LeSane, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My practice focuses on work with individuals and couples to assist you in understanding how you can relate to others in as authentic a way as possible. I am a licensed independent clinical social worker and have provided psychotherapy for the past 10 years. I have worked in various therapeutic environments for over 15 years with people who are dealing with varying degrees of mental health issues and life challenges including depression, anxiety, relationship challenges, and grief and loss.
(202) 681-3952
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Cornelia Tietke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My goal is to help you regain access to your hope and strengths. I work by first attending to what bothers you now and then by discovering with you how key aspects of your past shape your present. If you are feeling trapped, overwhelmed, numb, anxious, depressed, or generally dissatisfied, we can work together to create the space and safety you need to identify and make positive choices. As the foundation of our work, we will pay close attention to your thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations.
(202) 600-9842
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Yu Ling Han, Psychologist  in Washington
“If you are struggling with 1) adoption, 2) LGBQ, 3) mood issues related to pregnancy/postpartum, 4) medical-related, 5) loss/bereavement, and 6) non-traditional couple/family, I have much clinical experience helping clients work on these issues. Additionally, for those looking to reduce the anxiety/anger, depression, emotional reactivity, and/or looking for more than talk therapy, my approach of Somatic Experiencing & Sensory Motor is a very useful & effective approach. Focusing on mind-body, I will provide tools that you can integrate the very next day to start reducing your difficult emotions and manage the stress in your life.
(202) 643-2966
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Susan Gentz Gillespie, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Washington
“I love to work with individuals, families and couples of all types around issues of development, growth and pragmatic life skills. I believe people don't have to be in emotional pain to achieve their full potential, and that self-care and addressing issues will bring more happiness than denial. I have a background in substance abuse and work with clients in recovery as well.
(415) 723-4221
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Deborah Vaughan, Counselor  in Washington
“I enjoy working with adolescents and adults to achieve personal goals for an increased sense of well-being. We start by defining a vision for you. We use assessment tools to understand how you view yourself and the world around you in order to develop a dynamic frame for our work together. Many of my clients are navigating one or more significant life challenges such as employment, relocation, foreign tours of duty, relationships, parenting, caregiving, and loss. I also provide consultation to therapists transitioning into private practice. Currently I offer coaching and consulting sessions via phone and video conferencing.
(540) 315-3234
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Debra Walther, Psychologist  in Washington
“My clients are welcomed into a warm, safe and accepting space. I will help you to express your thoughts and feelings while I strive to understand your concerns. My extensive experience, along with current theories and methods guide me in helping you solve your problems, feel better and live a more satisfying life. I work with a range of individuals. My clients include students, persons in recovery from addictions, trauma and/or loss, members of the International and the GLBT communities, couples learning new ways of relating, individuals striving for healthier relationships and/or through life transitions.
(202) 684-2055
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Deardre McGuire, LICSW, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“I believe successful therapy is built on a foundation of a successful therapeutic relationship - a relationship defined by collaboration, support and trust. We will work to allow you to create new and better solutions to persistent, old problems that are limiting your potential. Beginning therapy can be a difficult step. But if you find yourself stuck, repeating the same ineffective, undermining coping mechanisms and unable to manage your emotions, then it might be time to start working together to help you identify more effective and constructive approaches to achieve your goals. I have experience working with a diverse clientele.
(202) 370-7078
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
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