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Therapists in Bethesda

Anne M Cosimano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bethesda
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“In my work as a teacher and therapist for the past 30+ years I have witnessed the incredible strength and resilience in people despite life's hardships, losses and traumas. I work with children, teens, and adults to deal with life's challenges such as relationship difficulties, depression, anxiety, loss, abuse, parenting, and divorce. As people gain deeper understanding of themselves and their behaviors , they are often able to make changes to improve their self esteem, strengthen their relationships, cope with life's ups and downs,and achieve deeper satisfaction in their lives.
(301) 850-2432
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Patricia T Spangler, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“Are you struggling with memories of a traumatic event, anxiety, low mood, irritability, hyper-alertness, sleeplessness, or bad dreams? After a trauma, some people have trouble re-engaging with their lives and their loved ones. When the world just doesn't seem to make sense any more, it can be hard to reach out. Recovering from trauma can be challenging, but there are therapeutic techniques that can help. Finding the right approach and the right therapist are essential not only to alleviating trauma-related symptoms, but also to helping you reconnect with family, friends, work, and life.
(301) 637-8424
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Lauren Rubenstein, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I am a Clinical Psychologist in private practice. Viewing psychotherapy as a process rather than a prescription, I engage each client to determine the most helpful course, content, and length of therapy. Using traditional insight-oriented therapy as a foundation to deepen self-understanding and acceptance, my integrative approach also might include mindfulness practices for awareness and acceptance, cognitive-behavioral interventions for symptom relief, and mind-body medicine for regulating the nervous system. Integrating clinical psychology, yoga and mindfulness practices results in a holistic, mind-body approach. Special interests include anxiety, depression, parenting, stress management and trauma recovery.
(301) 637-8902
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Diane Gilman, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“Are you experiencing chronic illness or pain? Do you tend to feel stress, anxiety, and depression emotionally AND physically? My practice focuses on treating both the mind and the body using a caring, holistic approach. I have over 10 years of experience working with adults, teens, children, couples, and families experiencing illness/pain, anxiety, phobias, OCD, depression, eating disorders, difficulty with life transitions and relationships, and weight loss and smoking struggles. I empower my clients in a safe environment by teaching them real-life techniques, helping them to get better faster and conquer their symptoms once and for all!
(301) 861-0668
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Brooke Bralove, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bethesda
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I believe that individuals have a great capacity to grow and change through psychotherapy. My goal is to help patients better understand themselves by developing insight into their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. To facilitate this process, I provide a safe and supportive environment in which counterproductive patterns of behavior are examined.
(202) 559-4242
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Eleni Alexiou, LCSW-C, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bethesda
“Are you in search for a better lifestyle and way to cope with daily stress? Whether its financial concerns, relationship issues, or depression you have to take first step and talk about your problems. As a counselor my approach is simple. Focusing on the here and now we will create goals you can accomplish to feel more confident in yourself and the world that surrounds you. I understand and want to hear more about what you are going through.
(240) 252-5053
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Monica Leonie Callahan, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“When people ask about my orientation, I usually say Self Psychology, a contemporary psychoanalytic approach. The unique relationship we create is more important to me, however, than any orientation or technique. I do incorporate elements from psychodrama, journaling, and other expressive therapies, and from cognitive-behavioral approaches in my work. I have been a therapist for over 25 years- in hospital settings and private practice. My specialty areas include eating disorders and obesity, trauma and PTSD, anxiety, cross-cultural issues, and creativity. I am also a certified psychoanalyst and offer reduced fees for anyone interested in that modality.
(240) 813-9612
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Gloria Kay Vanderhorst, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“You need * A couples therapist to help repair your relationship * An individual therapist to help you with anxiety, depression or ADHD issues * An expert in parenting skills to help you following a divorce * A therapist that understands complex issues. Your success will be an outgrowth of the relationship with your therapist; therefore, I want you to understand how my 30+ years of experience have shaped my ability to facilitate change. Change is possible at any age. In my integrative approach, I examine the patterns that have shaped you and help you develop new ways of perceiving, feeling and functioning.
(301) 798-5192
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Christine Hernandez, Counselor  in Bethesda
“Christine Hernandez, LGPC, M.A. Ed & H.D As a secondary school counselor, graduate, and longtime resident of Montgomery County, Christine Hernandez is looking forward to continuing her work with youth and young-adults of the metro area. "Starting therapy can be a difficult decision, but once you find the right therapist it will be a choice that will hopefully foster positive change and feelings in your life. It is my goal to make my clients feel welcome and at ease while challenging them throughout the process, as needed, to reach their goals".
(888) 834-3892
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
“I conduct psychological and educational evaluations with children, adolescents and adults and have been doing so for over 30 years. The goal of my evaluations is to discover the neuropsychological and/or emotional etiology of the learning style and/or behavior of the individual being tested. It is particularly important to me to identify strengths and weaknesses in order to describe the educational placement or treatment plan that will work best. I love what I do and look forward to working with you.
(301) 412-2830
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Richard L Ogden, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“Psychotherapy is a highly effective way to increase your understanding of yourself, to change behaviors that might be interfering with your attaining your life goals, and to improve your relationships. I have over 30 years of experience as a clinical psychologist. I have been trained in a broad range of approaches, techniques, and interventions and will selectively utilize these tools, in close collarboration with you, to help you reach your goals.
(301) 986-5499
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Stefanie Gilbert, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“My ideal client is motivated to understand herself better. Therapy is truly an education about one's self. My ideal client knows that by opening up and sharing her innermost struggles within the safe confines of therapy, she can grow to know herself better and become the person she wishes to be. As individuals in a fast-paced society, it is rare that we take time to focus on our own hopes and dreams, giving ourselves time to process our frustrations and disappointments and envision the type of future we want for ourselves. Therapy offers us this opportunity.
(202) 817-2168
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Idith Kahn, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I have a deep and personal appreciation for cultural differences and greatly enjoy working with individuals from various backgrounds. With a previous training as a medical social worker, and now as a clinical psychologist, I have had the opportunity to work in hospitals, hospices, schools, and private practice.
(301) 861-4421
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Myrna L Frank, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I think that it is really important to find a therapist who is a good fit for you with your unique needs. I tend to be pragmatic and problem solving while also helping my clients develop a deeper understanding of themselves, their relationships, personal strengths and behavior patterns. My style is professional, yet relaxed. I'm appreciated for being both compassionate and having a sense of humor in my work.
(301) 706-5567
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Catherine Bernard, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“Individuals can get stuck and couples often bicker over seemingly small stuff. The easy solutions don't work. Why? In many cases, those petty problems are tethered to larger meanings for the individuals. The real solutions need to address these deeper issues. I provide a place where individuals and couples can safely explore and clarify -- what's really going on here? With both individuals and couples, I encourage people to look inward -- how am I contributing to this impasse? How is this related to my history? And importantly, what can we do about it now?
(301) 246-2969
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Len Guedalia, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“Individuals, families and couples realize, at some time, they need assistance to effectively deal with overwhelming life events, strained relationships, loss, anger, and life transitions. For over 20 years I have successfully helped people break self-defeating, unfulfilling patterns of relating and behaving so they can experience more joy, happiness and success in their personal and professional lives. I use a blend of psychodynamic, cognitive, behavioral and family systems therapy. My clients find me to be a very direct, open and engaging therapist, who provides safe space for even the most difficult issues and conflicts to be addressed and resolved.
(301) 852-7268
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Devon C King, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I have tremendous respect for people who make the difficult decision to enter in to psychotherapy. I work collaboratively with older children, adolescents, and adults, in individual, couples, and family therapy. My goal is to explore collaboratively the troubles that have led them to seek treatment at this time. I try to provide a safe, non-judgemental environment, where one can develop insight to better understand and ultimately change behavioral and relational patterns that get in the way of happiness and fulfillment. I have extensive experience working with depression, anxiety, and trauma, as well as relationship difficulties and life transitions.
(202) 340-3612
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Kevin Schick, Counselor  in Bethesda
“Are you struggling with feeling depressed? Do you have unhealthy patterns of living such as addictive behaviors? Are you in a relationship overwhelmed with unhealthy dynamics? It is my honor to walk alongside my clients helping them overcome these issues. Perhaps you have experienced losses in life or are dealing with stress and anxiety? My approach is to engage each person with the utmost of care, support, and encouragement; leading toward improvements, restoration, and growth. With over ten years of experience I am committed to the emotional, spiritual, and relational health in individuals, and couples.
(301) 852-5893
Bethesda, Maryland 20816
Roxanna S Losada Radley, Counselor  in Bethesda
“A clinical psychotherapist for 27 years, I work extensively with individuals, couples, and families treating depression, anxiety, grief, and other emotional stressors. I have broad experience working with familial issues (e.g. balancing relationships, family, career, etc.) and specialize in couples and women facing critical decisions in their lives. This includes natural life transitions such as marriage, pregnancy, and menopause. Many of my clients come from or work in multicultural environments, and I help them to address many of the challenges that arise from living in another culture.
(301) 660-2366
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Noa Ashman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bethesda
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“In my practice, I believe it is the relationship you share with a therapist that drives growth, change and relief from the symptoms that lead you to seek out therapy. Above all, for your therapy to be successful, you must feel safe, supported and understood. For many people, the hardest part of starting is making that first phone call to ask for help. From the beginning, I strive to meet you where you are and make a meaningful connection, so we can actively work together to help you feel better.
(301) 275-2327
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
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