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Therapists in Arlington

Joy E. Lere, Psychological Associate  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, PsyD
“There is something incredibly powerful about having relationships in our lives in which we feel fully seen and deeply understood. We exist in a world where there is tremendous pressure to present a fašade that matches others' expectations and definitions of success, value, or worth. Yet, when there are few spaces in which you can be genuinely honest about who you are, the pain you feel, the disappointments and losses you have experienced, and the struggles you wrestle with on a daily basis, going through the motions of putting on a brave, put-together face to the world can be exhausting.
(703) 991-1950 x105
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Carolyn J. Noel, Psychologist  in Arlington
“In today's challenging world, the experience of being stressed and overwhelmed is all too familiar. Whether your problems are related to work, finances, relationships, home life, or physical challenges (e.g., fatigue, lack of drive, weight struggles, medical issues), therapy can provide a place to share your current struggles or work out past difficulties. I offer support and validation, as well as a gentle push when necessary in order to help you gain better control of your life and emotions. Finding a way to balance the many demands in your life is critical to maintaining emotional health.
(703) 468-8438
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Aaron Hamann, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Taking the step to improve your life is a courageous one. For the past 7 years I have been working with individuals struggling with eating disorders, self-injury, trauma, depression, and anxiety. I look forward to helping you reach your goals in a healthy way, by implementing empirically validated therapeutic interventions and, most importantly, providing empathy and support.
(571) 384-3504
Arlington, Virginia 22202
Douglas L. Rizzo, Counselor  in Arlington
“You will encounter a counseling approach that focuses on building a strong, collaborative partnership between therapist and client. We will identify any challenges-limitations that may exist and will work to employ your personal strengths and tap into your resiliency. Emotional states such as depression, anxiety, anger, sadness, confusion, etc are often underlying symptoms of a deeper issue and not the problem itself. Effective therapy identifies the source(s) and addresses any root causes. Our goal will be to gain access into your intrinsic wisdom, into your inherent ability to heal, cope, adapt - and to grow from your life experiences.
(703) 596-2979
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Isabel B Kirk, Counselor  in Arlington
“If you are facing a crisis or difficult time, are tired of being in pain, not find what you want or need, don't know what to do with your partner, child, boss...situation, or simply want to improve your life, contact me. I will help you change your life! I work with depression & anxiety, trauma, relationships therapy (dating, marriage & couples counseling, intimacy problems), eating disorders & body image and healthy eating, maternity and postpartum, parenting and attachment, and grief due to break-ups, perinatal loss, and divorce. I am also devoted to the field of positive psychology and support people during common life transitions.
(703) 468-8650
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Meredyth Biggs,   in Arlington
“I am passionate about using the basic behavioral principles of applied behavior analysis to help individuals make socially significant changes in their behavior and lead more independent, fulfilling lives. I specialize in autism and the treatment of those with intellectual or developmental disabilities, however; applied behavior analysis can be used with all people of all ages, with and without disabilities. My particular interests supporting individuals and their families as they address severe challenging behaviors such as aggression and self-injury. I help change problem behavior into adaptive communication. I believe anyone can learn, given the right environment.
(703) 468-4482
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Patricia C Olson, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Are you unhappy, sad, stuck, conflicted or stressed? These feelings can be more challenging to manage than a physical illness. After years as an emergency/critical care RN, I changed from a medical to a psychodynamic focus. I recognize how difficult it is to seek help. I will work with you to build a safe trusting relationship in order to resolve your difficulties with workplace and/or family stress and conflict, relationship difficulties, parenting challenges, grief and loss, feelings of anxiety and depression, LGBT issues, medical/health concerns, and sexual assault/traumas.
(703) 997-0873
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Sheila A Ramsey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I believe that we all have strengths and though at times we find ourselves struggling to manage some aspect of our lives (personal health, relationship, uncomfortable feelings), I will help you to better understand these issues and learn to manage and cope better. Much of our work will be about acceptance - learning to embrace those parts of self that bring shame or guilt - to grow from your self knowledge and to take risks to experience life more fully.
(301) 979-7429
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Marie P Cetoute, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Offer mental health counseling and life coaching services. I'm committed to a partnership while working through your challenges, creating positive life changes with increased emotional balance. Psychotherapy: I work with individuals experiencing issues like depression, trauma, anxiety, stress or general sense of loss of control in their lives due to stressors. I have specialized experience working with individuals in the military and their family members addressing issues like difficulties transitioning back to home life, marital conflict, financial or occupational stress.
(703) 794-4496
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Rebecca Hardin, Psychological Associate  in Arlington
“Rebecca has worked with adolescents, adults, couples and families in civilian and military populations, and has specialized experience in the areas of eating disorders, chronic illness, trauma, anxiety and depression. She has been trained in areas of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), assessment, and enhanced Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
(571) 385-4587 x17
Arlington, Virginia 22202
Sapna Doshi, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Dr. Doshi specializes in providing evidence-based treatment for eating and weight disorders. She has unique training in helping those who struggle with binge eating disorder, night eating syndrome, emotional eating, compulsive overeating, and overweight/obesity. She also counsels those who are considering or have had weight loss surgery. Dr. Doshi regularly conducts pre-surgical evaluations for weight loss surgery. Dr. Doshi's treatment modalities are based in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Her training in health psychology allows her to treat common comorbid issues such as insomnia and chronic pain.
(571) 402-1903
Arlington, Virginia 22202
Attention Mental Health | Dr. Cory Alfers, Psychiatrist  in Arlington
“I provide high quality, comprehensive healthcare to professionals with adult ADD/ADHD, depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. I understand how ADHD, depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder impact the fast-paced and complex lives of professionals, executives and entrepreneurs. In working together and listening to your unique needs, I provide customized treatment using interpersonal psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and medications.
(703) 291-1349 x1
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Shelley Fontanella, Counselor  in Arlington
“Life can be difficult and at times leave wounds, but with some work, we can be restored. I am an interactive therapist who feels privileged to walk alongside of my clients through various life situations. I see counseling as a relationship where you set aside time to evaluate where you are in life and where you want to be. As the counselor, I see my job as helping you to problem solve difficult areas of your life and facilitate self investigation into your past and current behaviors and thoughts with the end goal of bringing you greater fulfillment.
(703) 468-8168
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Caroline Hall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“After 22 years of clinical experience with individuals and couples, I believe the process of psychotherapy strengthens relationships with the self and others, bringing both insight and opportunities for new ways of being.
(703) 957-7782
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Rosemary Schwartzbard, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Are you trying to develop a healthier lifestyle? Are you feeling out of control? Your relationships are difficult; your mood is down and your anxiety is up. I have over thirty years of experience helping individuals and couples with the process of change. My approach to treatment is based on the premise that the way we feel and behave is influenced by the way in which we structure and think about our world -- Cognitive Therapy. I will make every effort to help you identify the factors that contribute to your problems and help you deal effectively with those issues.
(703) 468-8978
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Henriette Kellum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“welcome. I hope that I can be helpful to you. I work with young adults, persons in mid life and older adults who need help with a variety of issues including challenging life events, transition and change, loss, grief, illness, depression, anxiety, caregiving and resource awareness. My goal is to make a positive difference in the lives of my clients who are struggling with life challenges. I do this by listening empathically, guiding my clients through personal exploration and providing support as they do so. I also provide resource information as appropriate.
(703) 957-7735
Arlington, Virginia 22207
Jim Balick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Jim has been in clinical practice since 1983. He helps individuals and couples work through relationship issues, adjustment and life-stage issues, workplace/ career issues, separation/divorce/recovery issues, parenting and co-parenting, aging parents, and substance abuse issues. He has an active, conversational style, and listens carefully for client goals and needs. He teaches skill-building tools and approaches, especially for improving communications. He encourages constructive dialogue and behavior, identifies blind spots, offers valuable suggestions, and facilitates insight to identify and process confusing emotions and ideas.
(703) 722-8076
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Colleen Zehnder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LICSW
“Working with teenagers is what I'm most passionate about! I am a licensed clinical social worker and have been working with children, adolescents, young adults, and parents for the past ten years in various settings. Clients are referred to me with issues such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, school problems, social difficulties, ADHD, relationship struggles, poor body image, divorce, losses, life changes, sexual identity issues, and substance abuse concerns. I believe an essential part of treatment is helping clients discover the power they have within to make changes in their lives and I enjoy guiding them through that process.
(703) 291-3299
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Marlene Joan Drucker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been in the practice of psychotherapy in northern VA for over 30 years. I tend to be interactive and empathic with my clients as I believe a successful therapeutic outcome is based on a positive and trusting relationship between client and therapist. One of my major goals is to help clients get in touch with and identify their emotions and feelings. As a result, they develop increased insight into their behavior, motives, and family and personal history. This increased clarity allows clients to move ahead more productively and with increased success in all areas of their life.
(540) 358-0910
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Emma Sky Wolf, Counselor  in Arlington
“Worried? Anxious? Frustrated? Do you feel like your life could be going more smoothly? I can help! You don't have to live with feeling stuck or hopeless. I work with adolescents and adults who are struggling to feel better about themselves and find their places in the world. I work with people of all ages to build on their strengths and move gracefully through transitions.
(571) 386-2565
Arlington, Virginia 22204
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