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Therapists in Bethesda

Myrna L Frank, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I believe 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 tends to be 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
Stewart A Zelman, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“Clients (individuals or couples) in need of help with relationship issues, self-esteem concerns, depression, anxiety, and motivation will benefit from my approach. I've developed specific treatment modalities which create goal achievement in a solution focused atmosphere. With the future in sight, we work together to make your dreams reality.
(301) 485-6914
Bethesda, Maryland 20817
Robin J Belamaric, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“It takes courage to face emotional and relationship problems. With over 10 years professional experience treating children and adults, I specialize in helping gifted children and adults find and utilize their strengths and sideline their difficulties. With adults, I specialize in treating complex anxiety, attachment, and learning issues. Once clients are freed from the crippling impact of chronic or acute excess anxiety, I employ Positive Psychology and Mindfulness techniques to help individuals identify and capitalize on personal strengths.
(301) 852-5591
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Petra A. Elder, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I am a Clinical Psychologist with a broad range of experience in private practice, schools and universities, a private psychiatric hospital focused on addiction treatment, and community mental health clinics. I believe that a strong, collaborative relationship between the client and therapist is instrumental in making change and growth possible. In a warm and caring environment, I help clients move forward with hope despite sometimes difficult circumstances; improve relationship and communication skills; and mobilize their strengths toward achieving life goals. I am insurance eligible, and many clients receive out-of-network coverage for their sessions.
(240) 813-4309
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Steven Alexander, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“Selecting the right therapist is an important, personal decision. You deserve to work with someone who is compassionate and highly skilled in helping to bring about desired changes in your life. In nearly twenty years of clinical experience, I have helped people attain more satisfying personal and family relationships, cope with symptoms of anxiety or depression, and learn to better manage the stress of daily life.
(301) 979-7856
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
David S. Rose, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I like to work with people who find that their usual ways of dealing with problems in their lives are not working as they have before. These problems can involve relationships of all kinds, effectiveness and satisfaction at work, and the changes and stumbling blocks that inevitably come in the course of life. I take an active role in the work; I am not a silent listener. I also want, hope, and expect that YOU will also take an active role in our work and in putting what we learn to use in your life.
(301) 587-5735 x3
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Adam Klein, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I work with individuals, couples, families and groups. Initially I try to offer powerful, and creative ways for people to understand their current crisis. This allows patients to find new ways to understand old familiar places and feelings. As the initial crisis may begin to resolve I help people to delve deeper and become more aware of how to get what they want and need. I try and help them learn more sophisticated ways in which to take care of themselves, watch out for snake pits in life, and how to behave with maximum personal integrity.
(301) 852-5844
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Caroline Margaret Sehon,   in Bethesda
(301) 850-6309
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
“I work primarily with individual adults and couples and offer various cutting edge methods such as EMDR and Family Constellations. My aim is to assist my clients to achieve a positive sense of self and to experience well-being in their important relationships whether it be family, romantic, friendship or work. I work extensively with issues of anxiety, depression, trauma and relationship dilemmas. My clients view me as open, personable and able to deal with very tough issues. I hang in there with clients through great emotional turmoil and also do a fair amount of coaching if that is desired.
(301) 637-0473 x1
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Marsha B Stein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bethesda
“While people sometimes feel in crisis when initially contacting a therapist, it is also a time of courageous opportunity to mobilize for successful results. I enjoy facilitating this dynamic, healing process. After 30 years of experience I am particularly effective with highly verbal individuals and couples who don't want their words to interfere with finding solutions for improving their lives.
(301) 852-5885
Bethesda, Maryland 20817
Eileen Frances Buese, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“Dr. Buese is originally from California, and it shows in her down-to-Earth, casual, comfortable warmth. She has home offices and part of the landscape includes her pride of cats, who also are her therapeutic allies. Dr. Buese works collaboratively with folks, respecting their inner capacity for self-healing, and to do so both consciously and unconsciously. She is playful, believing that play is serious business. She also believes in the connectedness of all life, and that this Oneness requires not only respect for others but for other species and forms of life. She is a life-time student.
(240) 813-3088
Bethesda, Maryland 20817
Amy B Livingood, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“In addition to working with adults, I focus on treating children and adolescents who are dealing with anxiety and depression in ways that intefere with their school, family life, and friendships. I deal with school-related areas involving learning problems, behavioral issues and attention deficits. I also treat adults facing the challenges of parenting and help children and adolescents navigate the stresses dealing with separation and divorce of their parents. As a pediatric psychologist, I deal with psychological issues related to physical illness, and in particular, offer help for children and adolescents dealing with the illness or death of a parent.
(301) 852-6194
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Counseling and Treatment Associates, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“Teresa Maria Giral, JD, PhD earned her doctorate from Columbia University in 2008. Before beginning her studies in psychology, she worked as a litigator for 6 years in Washington, DC. Dr. Giral's principal areas of interest are adolescent and adult psychotherapy, mental health and spirituality, and academic and career mentoring. She is known for her direct therapeutic style and emphasis on goal-setting and results.
(301) 876-4218
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Karin Focke, Counselor  in Bethesda
“Change can be unpredictable and sometimes stressful to the point that it may disturb a family, trigger anxiety or depression, generate relationship problems in adults and behavioral problems in adolescents and children. Having lived in different countries myself, I can understand how difficult it is to adapt to new life situations.
(301) 686-7631
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Lawrence I Sank, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I apply the science of Psychology in assisting individuals, couples and families in the pursuit of their goals. I strive to maximize their happiness and to live more effective lives. I have practiced in the Washington Metropolitan area since 1973. Trained by Drs. Aaron Beck and Albert Ellis, I have specialized training in cognitive-behavioral therapy and in the treatment of mood disorders. As a certified sex therapist I combine the application of psychological science with a compassionate, empathic approach to individuals and couples as they struggle with their problems in the area of sexual functioning and related difficulties.
(301) 304-4782
Bethesda, Maryland 20817
Rebecca Kullback LCSW-C Metropolitan Counseling Associates, Treatment Facility  in Bethesda
“Metropolitan Counseling Associates is an interdisciplinary practice that provides comprehensive evaluation, treatment, educational and community based services for children, adolescents, and adults. Our mission is to offer our clients access to a wide range of outstanding mental health and educational services in a single collaborative environment.
(240) 724-4958
Bethesda, Maryland 20816
Brooke Ugel, 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
Debra A Neumann, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I help individuals with relationship problems, depression, loss and grief, trauma, anxiety, and the emotional disruptions of difficult life transitions. I also help with blocks to the creative process, such as writer's block and stage fright. I provide a safe and caring environment in which we work together to explore and understand your current distress and find a path to greater ease and fulfillment in life. My approach is both insight-oriented, collaborative and problem solving, depending on your particular situation and needs. I work with individuals and couples, and with children, teens and adults.
(301) 842-6232
Bethesda, Maryland 20816
Marjorie B Swett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bethesda
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
“Se habla espanol. I believe psychotherapy is a process that helps a person connect deeply with her/himself. By becoming more aware, through the therapeutic relationship, a person comes to understand the basis of his/her conflicts and developmental challenges, whether manifested as depression or anxiety. I use an interactive approach that focuses on peoples' strengths as well as exploring where they feel stuck. A goal is to help people see themselves realistically, and then to increase their ability to manage thoughts and feelings constructively, enhancing their relationships and their sense of purpose and wellbeing in the world.
(301) 842-6722
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Griff Doyle, Psychologist  in Bethesda
“I have spent 37 years treating adults and couples suffering from depression, disabling anxiety, repeated relational problems, trauma, and grief.I also speciaize in child developmental and play therapy
(301) 861-4179
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
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