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D. Robin Gerhart, Psychologist  in Leesburg
“With over 25 years as a practicing psychologist, I have learned that it is not just the latest techniques that help people change, but being deeply understood in a trusting therapy relationship. My aim is to help you not only to recover from your immediate emotional problems, but to explore the interpersonal blind spots that contributed to their development so that you can find more fulfillment and satisfaction in your life. As a couples therapist, my goal is to help you rebuild friendship and intimacy while learning tools to manage and resolve conflict more effectively.
(540) 308-9966
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Margaret Zaepfel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Leesburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“How do you want your life to be different? At our first meeting, we'll get to know each other and talk about goals you have for yourself, your child, and/or your relationships. I counsel children as young as three, teens, adults, families, and couples. A large part of our work together will be exploring your beliefs (about yourself, others, and in general) and examining your activities and behaviors. Are they helping you? Or holding you back? It's normal to be afraid of change, but avoiding painful feelings makes it hard to experience peace and become the people we really want to be.
(703) 596-0131
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
Siri McDonald, Counselor  in Leesburg
“Welcome! If you are a teen or adult ready for more balance in your life, I may be able to help. We will explore where you are thriving and where you may need extra attention such as relationships, school, wellness, and spirituality. I will support you in creating goals to improve your life balance and health. We will meet regularly to support you and possibly your family so you may awaken more of your personal potential to find perspective, examine problematic patterns, and trace a path toward clarity, resolution, and vitality.
(703) 991-2652
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
Dan Towery, Counselor  in Leesburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, ThM, LPC, CSOTP
“My ideal client is an adolescent or adult struggling with a broad spectrum of mental, emotional, spiritual and behavioral healthcare issues. I have successfully helped those with anxiety, ADHD, OCD, trauma/abuse/neglect, mood/depression problems, stress/anger, couple problems, parenting, sexual behavior problems or family issues. I have helped people from a Christian/religious background and am especially interested in applying a Christian worldview to individual and family mental and behavioral health problems. I am a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider in Virginia. I provide clinical supervision for LPC licensure in VA.
(703) 957-7144
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
Rex R Vogan, Psychologist  in Leesburg
“I believe that change occurs best in an authentic client-therapist relationship. Together with the client, I create a friendly, caring environment in which people can feel safe to explore and express their authentic selves. As the relationship develops and becomes stronger, we will be able to work through the inevitable resistances that surface in therapy. As a result, I will provide feedback and reflections about your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that seem to hold you back from realizing your full potential.
(571) 327-0934
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in helping clients cultivate coping skills to improve relationships and functioning. I obtained my Master's Degree at Virginia Commonwealth University and have over 10 years of experience counseling adults, families and adolescents. I most recently served as a Clinical Psychiatric Liaison as INOVA Loudoun Hospital and Emergency Services Clinician with Loudoun County Mental Health.
(703) 935-2521
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
Jack C Childers, Counselor  in Leesburg
“Searching for a place to look into things that are scary or painful? For my clients, my office is a place of safety, acceptance and understanding. In my office you will be valued and respected. This is how I will treat you, and how I will encourage you to treat yourself. Make no mistake: you will do hard work here. We will look at you and your situation unflinchingly. Change starts with understanding what needs changing, and there is not time to waste. Call me now: let's look into it together.
(540) 929-0923
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAC
“I have been in private practice since 1999. I serve adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I also have a license in substance abuse counseling, held since 1992. I have worked exclusively in this field in the past, in inpatient, outpatient, and residential settings. I use a family systems and psychodynamic approach. I really love what I do. It gives me great pleasure to be able to help individuals, couples, and families find workable solutions to heal, move forward, and live a healthy life.
(703) 498-2555
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Steve Brown, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Leesburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
“Couples counseling is my specialty and what I practice almost exclusively. My approach to couples work is strengths-based: we start with an emphasis on safe re-connection strategies and explore our way to deeper-bonding solutions. We start where you are and from there do the crucial work for creating and securing a lifelong friendship and relationship. I know people are hurting and wondering if they can ever find and experience what it really means to be in a secure relationship. I believe you can and I'd be honored to help you in that discovery.
(540) 416-0773
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Loudoun Family & Relationship Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Leesburg
“We know that Relationships can be complicated matters. It seems like it should be easy to find love, nurture it and keep it going strong. Often times the road to staying connected is filled with pot holes and it can be easy to get off track. We provide consultation and guidance as you navigate the tricky paths of love and connection. We know that it takes courage to discover and experience effective connection and we are here to help you co create that road map with your partner.We help you find and experience your relationship as loving,and safe.
(703) 596-3262
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Amoy Makhanu  in Leesburg
“Life has a way of bringing different challenges in one's life. This can make you feel stuck and frustrated. Are you looking for help with these struggles, or maybe the struggle of communicating with your adolescent child? Let me help. It can be confusing and scary to seek therapy. I am committed to helping my clients, who are valuable human beings created by God. I provide a safe, comfortable environment to promote healing and growth.
(240) 754-2922
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Julie Sayre, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Leesburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, CT
“You may be struggling with parenting or step parenting, or feel frustrated with your spouse or partner, child or teen, extended family, or coworkers. Perhaps you are transitioning to marriage or parenthood. You may be grieving a loss or noticing relationship effects of recent or past traumatic stress. Many people find themselves affected by medical issues for themselves or close relatives. Healthy communication is crucial to improving relationships. This starts with self-understanding, enabling you to know yourself so that you can hear and be heard in relationships with others who are important in your life.
(703) 777-7511
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Elizabeth (Lisa) Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Leesburg
“Welcome to my practice! My approach to psychotherapy is first and foremost to creat a safe and trusting therapy relationship. I strive to deeply understand your feelings and struggles. Together we will identify these struggles, gain perspective on them, and unravel the blocks that prevent you from creating change. Likewise, when working with couples, I work to help the couple identify, understand and shift relational patterns that are causing conflict and disconnect. The goal of this process is to create deeper understanding of each other as well as positive, lasting changes in your relationship and sense of connection.
(703) 957-7290
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Sandra Dettra, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Leesburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, BSW, CSAC
“Reaching out to talk to something about substance abuse can be difficult. This is where I feel I can be of help to you. I am a compassionate and caring therapist with a bit of "no nonsense" thrown in. I have worked with people struggling with substance use and/or drug abuse for 29 years, many of them with dual diagnosis; an addiction and bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, self esteem issues.
(703) 349-0563
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Rebecca S Alliss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Leesburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, ACSW
“Therapy gives each of us an opportunity to talk about our unique situation in a non-judgmental, low stress environment. As a therapist, I fully recognize the lingering effects of both traumatic and normal life stresses. Normal life stresses include loss of a loved one, separation/divorce/blended family, diagnosis of major illness, and unfulfilling/unhealthy relationships. Traumatic stress might include sexual, emotional, or physical abuse. These stresses need to be respected and resolved so effects on the individual/family can be minimized. When we allow ourselves time to heal, we grieve losses/changes and then begin healthier coping skills.
(540) 986-4179
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Stacy Larson Baron, Psychologist  in Leesburg
“Sometimes it is easy to get a bit off kilter and be in need of added support. Having a baby isn't what you thought it would be? Trying to juggle work and a family? Your child is having difficulty in school and you've tried everything? My philosophy is to take the time to get to know what issues are affecting you and attempt to not only assist with "fixing" those issues but also to help you have an understanding of how such problems crept up so they can be addressed and/or prevented in the future.
(703) 994-4454
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Kristen Birkland, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Leesburg
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I believe in the power of having strong, healthy relationships. I work to help you strengthen those relationships by creating a safe, collaborative environment in which to experience and explore change. I believe that we all have strengths and work to highlight and build on those strengths. I currently see couples, families, individual adults and adolescents. Issues that present themselves in my office include relationship struggles around infidelity, poor communication, conflict, blended family, parenting, depression and anxiety.
(703) 468-8015
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
Beth Ratchford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Leesburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“I'll work with you to help you see how your story (i.e. your family and life experiences) informs your current life. Therapy is about identifying the parts of your story and the accompanying ways of coping that have an adverse effect on your life. In therapy you will get some clarity about: How your past is showing up in your present; Unhelpful coping strategies that you may be using; How you're operating in relationship to yourself and others; And healthy tools to use in place of unhealthy coping strategies.
(703) 635-3312
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
Tracey D. Powell, Counselor  in Leesburg
“As a therapist for adults and teenagers, I often help clients tackle the symptoms of anxiety, depression, & ADHD that hold them back. Other times clients just need supportive, confidential, and practical guidance to better manage stressful life circumstances. I often work with college students and parents on how to best manage new responsibilities. I take a practical approach, using cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) methods among others. Whatever you situation, making an investment in therapy can be hard, but also illuminating and freeing. Call or email and we can discuss how you want to grow and how I can help.
(703) 884-2258
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
Patricia Atkins, Counselor  in Leesburg
“The heart of meaningful psychotherapy lies within the relationship developed between patient and therapist. Having worked with children, teens, adults and couples at all cross sections of life, I connect well with patients and offer hope for change and personal growth. My preference is to work with an individual's personal strengths, building upon his/her past relationships and family of origin. I conduct family sessions, while working with teens, incorporating parenting skills when necessary. For 24 years I was a school counselor, so I'm familiar with the educational system and can consult with families as needed.
(703) 957-7556
Leesburg, Virginia 20175

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