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Therapists in Washington

Steven Wong, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist providing individual therapy for adults in the Friendship Heights area of NW Washington, DC. I work with individuals with a number of presenting concerns, including mood disorders (e.g., depression and anxiety), addictions (especially sex addiction and online sex addiction), trauma histories (e.g., sexual abuse, combat trauma, etc.), longstanding personality and relationship problems, and more.
(202) 725-7237
Christie M Platt, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have been in practice for over twenty years and have had the privilege of working with a wide range of individuals, e.g.,people feeling stuck despite having a great deal of talent, people disappointed or frustrated by their relationships or lack of relationships, people dealing with earlier childhood traumas such as loss of a parent or sexual abuse, and with people feeling anxious and unable to enjoy life. I believe that everyone has a unique story and that therapy can be extremely helpful in understanding that story and creating a more fulfilling narrative for the future.
(202) 618-9277
Ann L. Marshall, Counselor  in Washington
“Are you facing life's inevitable challenges? Feeling anxious or depressed? Grieving a loss? Dealing with significant change? Having relationship problems? Grappling with spiritual issues? If so, I can help you. These situations cause pain and turmoil in your life. We can work together to identify factors in the past or the present that are contributing to the discomfort you are experiencing and to clarify your strengths, as well as those things that you value and which give meaning to your life. I find that being clear about strengths and values helps in resolving whatever difficulties you are facing.
(202) 643-6919 x708
Glennon T. Gordon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Like any system in operation, marriage and any commited relationship, requires maintenance and attention. Our fast-paced lives often create patterns of relating to each other that, over time, become more harmful than helpful. Figuring out these patterns and creating a more thoughtful way of communicating can stregthen any relationship.Using a Bowen Family Systems approach, my pre-marital, marriage and individual counseling will offer people an opportunity to focus on the strengths that already exist in their relationship and build upon them.
(301) 476-5938
Janet Osherow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have been working with children and adolescents for more than 20 years and as a Clinical Social Worker since 2006. My clients describe me as warm and compassionate with a no nonsense approach. I provide therapy to children, adolescents, adults and families. My broad range of experience includes addressing depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, behavioral issues and coping with chronic illness and trauma, including working with families with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other illnesses. I provide both individual and family therapy.
(301) 996-5780
R Curtis Bristol, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“My patients live and work in a global environment with complicated interpersonal problems compounded by economic, political, cultural and religious pressures. Through extensive education, experience and world travel I have built the capacity to provide a neutral, private and safe environment permitting the pursuit of solutions for acute mental health problems as well as longer term, intensive psychoanalytic treatment. I am a board certified psychiatrist with a medical degree from University of Southern California. As a psychoanalyst I completed the curriculum and treatment of cases through the Baltimore-Washington Institute for Psychoanalysis under the auspices of the American Psychoanalytic Association.
(202) 470-1496
Lori A Day, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a licensed psychologist specializing in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), which is a highly effective treatment for children with behavioral concerns, anxiety, oppositional behavior, and difficulty following parent's instructions. I also provide neuropsychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults with a wide range of referral questions, including ADHD, learning difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety and depression, as well as medically complex individuals.
(202) 559-7337 x1
Shoba Nayar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Finding the right therapist is difficult, isn't it? So hard to tell from reading the profile if she will be a good match for you. Perhaps you are asking yourself questions like "Do I really want to do this?", "Can I speak freely to a stranger?", "How do I know she will understand me and my issues?", or "How does therapy work?" It's understandable to have reservations. Call/e-mail me to set up a free, no obligation session and we can address your concerns. You'll be able to tell if you feel safe and heard.
(301) 852-7391
Capital Therapy Project, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you looking to replace emotional struggle with tenacity, calm, and resourcefulness? Do you want to build connection that creates and enhances deep, strong relationships? We also look to help you find meaningful work and your pathway to making a contribution. We want you to build a life-long appreciation for your strengths and compassion for yourself when you stumble. Our therapists embody hope for a better future. We believe that people don't recognize their strengths often enough, and that they stop believing in their potential too soon. If we can change that, we will.
(202) 733-6541
Stephon Patterson, Counselor  in Washington
“Are you experiencing difficulties associated with a recent divorce, separation, or breakup? Do you feel that you sometimes become overwhelmed by anxiety or depression? Do you believe it is time to take the next step in your life but are uncertain how to take that step? My name is Stephon Patterson and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the District of Columbia. I work with individuals, couples and families in their efforts to find balance in their home, work, school and social lives. My areas of clinical experience include depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, addictive behavior, relationship issues, trauma, life transitions, and sexual orientation.
(202) 759-8440
Kris O'Shee, LPC, Counselor  in Washington
“I think of therapy as a way of freeing ourselves from the obstacles which prevent us from moving forward in our lives. Frequently these obstacles present themselves to us in the challenges of the outer world--in problems at work, in difficult relationships, in adapting to life changes, or in the sudden impact of a traumatic event. And sometimes what stands in the way of our freedom and happiness lies within us, as negative thought patterns, conflicting or confusing emotions, and unexpressed feelings--all of which can result in depression, anxiety, chronic illness, low self esteem--burdens we often carry alone.
(202) 237-5595
Matt Fleming, Psychologist  in Washington
“If you are seeking to improve your relationships or productivity, accelerate your personal growth, or manage a crisis, I believe I can help. I consider myself to be an engaged and active therapist, particularly valuing emotions, authenticity, playfulness, and curiosity. Please visit my website for more information (www.drmattfleming.com).
(202) 800-1047
Laura Munder, Psychologist  in Washington
“People usually seek therapy when they're in a crisis and want to change their lives. I will work with you to try and understand what you're struggling with and offer an approach that best suits your needs. I have over thirty years experience doing psychotherapy with individuals, couples and families.
(202) 681-3915
Carrie Holl, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am an experienced Cognitive-Behavioral Therapist (CBT) and teach at Georgetown Hospital and George Washington University. My treatment aim is to provide efficient and effective symptom relief, which is a very important consideration within the current healthcare environment. Mental health symptoms have patterns-and change occurs through understanding and adapting these patterns to decrease distress and reduce relapse risk. Clients may be encouraged to work on interactive readings and assignments between sessions. I would also be available to talk by phone to establish whether this approach may be a good fit for your needs-or drcarrieholl.com.
(202) 670-8967
Elizabeth A Wangard, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you between 18 - 35? Feel "stuck"? Having problems with figuring out what to do with your life, having a good relationship, or succeeding in school? Let me help. Whether you are experiencing feelings of depression, anxiety, or just know that you want to make some positive changes, psychotherapy can help. I specialize in treating young adults and understand the unique demands placed on Millennials and Gen Y. In addition to other young adult issues, I have a special focus on helping you achieve your health goals and promoting a positive body image. We'll work towards your best self.
(202) 740-0214
John Jankowski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Distress can arise quickly or slowly causing frustration, confusion and anxiety. This distress can be the result of past experiences and current ones. Through insight and perspective, one can deepen their sense of awareness, create balance and establish healthy patterns of growth. A private, trusting, collaborative therapeutic relationship can assist in accomplishing these tasks. I work with adults in an individual setting and approach the work within a variety of theoretical perspectives.
(703) 940-0052
Tamara D Jackson, Psychologist  in Washington
“I approach therapy in a direct yet compassionate manner believing that long-term sustained change can only happen when growth occurs on the inside and flows outward. My goal is to help my clients walk their own individual path from self-judgment to self-transformation. I use a cognitive behavioral approach which guides you to understand how your thoughts/beliefs, feelings, and behaviors work together to determine your life experiences. Together, we will identify self-destructive patterns that stop you from getting what you want in life and replace them with constructive and goal-achieving ways of thinking and behaving.
(202) 618-9651
Marijean Berry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
“I work with adults of various ages who are dealing with depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, grief, eating problems, and interpersonal conflicts. In my experience, issues often arise or intensify in relation to life stage tasks, such as transitioning into or out of the workplace, developing new or maintaining older friendships/partnerships, adjusting to becoming or to losing parents. Along with these developmental demands, many individuals also face loneliness due to geographic relocation and resultant disconnectedness from familiar social milieus. In dealing with these issues my practice is informed by psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral theory.
(240) 348-6781
Stacy Notaras Murphy, Counselor  in Washington
“I deeply enjoy working with people facing relationship struggles that have manifested as anxiety, depression, and struggles with intimacy. My experience and training have revealed that most emotional challenges are tied to how we function in our personal relationships. I've been told that my real strength is in helping people feel safe and reflective enough to recognize, think through, and either accept or change the way they operate in the relationships that matter most. Together, we will create a unique plan that meets your needs both efficiently and effectively, while bringing joy back into your life and relationships.
(202) 760-2121
Robert T Phillips, Pastoral Counselor  in Washington
Pastoral Counselor, DMin
“I believe that one of the ways in which self-awareness is achieved is through the sharing of one's story. Therefore, I strive diligently to create a safe space for one to share both the beauty and the brokenness of one's story with authenticity, genuineness, and integrity. When appropriate, I infuse spirituality and religion into my therapeutic practice; thus enabling my clients to articulate their feelings of dis-ease within the context of their faith. I have found this approach to be particularly effective in working with populations marginalized because of race, gender, or sexual orientation.
(202) 760-4310 x713
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Washington have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Washington you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Washington and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Washington or family therapy in Washington.

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.