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Therapists in Washington

Lara Kassoff, Psychologist  in Washington
“"The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched, they are felt with the heart" (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry). I believe that psychotherapy is a place where you can access your most authentic self. I seek to create a safe, trusting environment where you feel free to share honestly and receive genuine feedback. My approach to therapy is supportive and collaborative. Through our work together, you will achieve a better understanding of yourself, helping you to alleviate distress and develop more satisfying relationships.
(571) 918-8818
The DC Center for Neurocognitive Excellence, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“My primary goal is to ensure a safe container for change. Self-care and coping are essential and are the foundation for dealing with stress and pain. Stress and pain can throw us off and make us feel out of it and they can shake us to our core. When we get shaken our minds and bodies react and our spirits become weakened. In a safe container we can manage whatever has been shaken and become balanced and strong.
(202) 499-6780
Brian Cross, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work with a wide variety of clients in individual, couples, group and consultation formats.I provide a relationship that promotes respectful, direct expression of our unique human frailties and strengths be they happy, angry, fearful or sad. Psychotherapy is a potent elixir for change. The 'contents' of life provides for each of us at times a 'wild-ride', a 'lazy day', or somewhere in between. I help my clients with the 'process' of life to stay connected with their Self and others on their journeys.
(202) 643-6971
Myrna Alphonse  in Washington
“Are you ready to create calm from chaos in your life? Choosing to pursue a therapist's perspective during life challenges takes courage. Depression, anxiety, grief and adjustment issues are just a few possible symptoms of work/life balance struggles impacting the individual and the family. Often, unsettled feelings may be accentuated in your personal relationships. Recognition of your concerns is an ideal place to start exploring the benefits of therapy. Finally, my objective is to understand your unique direction and circumstances to obtain a level of relief in the goals you choose to set.
(202) 600-9571
Monica Hammock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C
“Neurofeedback is for anyone who wants to improve how they respond to challenges in their life. Those challenges may be acute crisis, acute or chronic physical or emotional illness, anxiety, depression, ADHD and other executive functioning difficulties, and peak performers. The reason that it is beneficial to everyone is that the Neurofeedback assists the brain to be more efficient no matter what the content challenge may be. Incorporating Neurofeedback with psychotherapy, the brain relaxes and calms fear and reactivity to fear, allowing for new learning to take place. The combination works faster than talk alone.
(202) 759-8307
Mai Kindaichi, Psychologist  in Washington
“Many of us experience emotional hardships and strains which affect our abilities to create and sustain satisfying connections, or feel like our strongest self. Our emotions can be affected by adjustments, grief and loss, traumas, physical illness, family distress, and life transitions which can have rippling effects across our multiple roles. Taking a step to connect with a trained counseling professional,with whom you feel a strong and safe fit, can be one way to feel support and better.
(202) 683-8364 x112
Gail J Winston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My practice consists of those who struggle with relationships, self defeating patterns and a wide variety of transitional issues in life. I will collaborate with you to help reduce symptoms, improve and expand coping skills, increase confidence and develop a greater capacity for self reflection. With over thirty years of experience, I bring wisdom, maturity, compassion and life experience which inform and deepen my work.
(202) 738-5151
Ellen Weber Libby, Psychologist  in Washington
“People are constantly changing. In the process, we may feel unhappy, frightened or lonely. We may find ourselves crying inappropriately, frequently ill, or eating or drinking too much. At these times, professional guidance may be required. We may be encouraged to consult with a therapist by our spouse, children, siblings or friends; supervisor or co-workers, doctors or clergy. Regardless of what brings us to this juncture, we all want the same thing - to feel better. My skills are working with young adults, adults and older people taking on the challenges posed by the complexities of personal growth.
(202) 509-0113
Lara Cox, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you ready to make a change in your life? Are you tired of repeating the same self-defeating behaviors? Do you want to learn healthy strategies to manage your current difficulties? I have over 15 years of clinical experience helping individuals lead fuller, more authentic and satisfying lives. My job is to help you gain insight into your conflicts, strengths, past experiences and current relationships so that you can break free of old patterns and find new possibilities. I find it extremely rewarding to watch my clients grow, realize their full potential and make successful changes in their lives.
(202) 681-0974
Alisa Marie Lewis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, PhD
“The decision to seek therapy is a sign of strength and start towards emotional healing. I work with clients to identify a plan, using treatment techniques molded specifically to your stated goals. Therapy can allow you to gain increased control over your life through sharing and exploring internal struggles. I believe that once you are able to experience feelings that may overwhelm you; the ability to make healthy decisions and manage emotions will improve significantly. I have witnessed the healing effects of treatment in my extensive work with individuals and families. I honor the whole person, and take into account family history, environment, and situational factors.
(202) 670-5955
Clifford Sussman, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I have a private practice in psychiatry for children, adolescents, and young adults in Washington, DC. I am certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. I provide psychotherapy and medications as indicated, often in combination, with an emphasis on care that is customized to best meet the individual needs of the client. I have experience in psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy(CBT), dialectical-behavioral therapy (DBT), other supportive therapies, and psychopharmacology. New patients are now being accepted. I am not in any insurance network but can provide billing codes. Please see website- www.cliffordsussmanmd.com for more info.
(202) 643-5962
Noella Marguerite Driscoll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“"Grow like a tree with deep roots so that when the wind blows you can stand still and strong." I created this metaphor to reflect the outcome of the work I do in my psychotherapy practice. We talk; you reflect on present feelings; explore your current dilemmas; we focus together on your strengths that will inevitably help you grow into your inherent self; we look back into your life together to see if long forgotten feelings are influencing you; we explore current relationships so that you can achieve more intimacy in a rooted, fulfilled and engaged existence.
(202) 257-2976
Diane M Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“For the past twenty five years I have dedicated myself to working with Individuals, couples, and families in the process of healing. My deepest purpose is to help support the health, well-being, and healing of individuals. I believe the therapeutic relationship should empower individuals to express their indwelling potentials through the use of a combination of modalities. As a Mental Health therapist, I have been immersed in the lives of those impacted by a host of health disparities including cancer, HIV/AIDS, post-traumatic stress, anxiety and depression,
(877) 706-7524 x1
Megan Flood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LICSW
“I work with people who are coping with depression, grief, relationship struggles, infertility and pregnancy loss, stress and anxiety. In a supportive and confidential environment I help my clients develop their strengths to cope more effectively with challenging situations, feelings, and relationships.
(202) 559-4826
Janis Leslie Evans, Counselor  in Washington
“Evans Counseling & Consultation, PLLC, is focused on providing individualized client service and satisfaction. As your therapist, it is my hope to meet your expectations as you seek to have your personal needs addressed and resolved through counseling. My goal is to build an alliance with you that promotes your dignity and respect while preserving your trust. Deeply rooted in faith and spirituality, I relate to my clients with genuine caring, sensitivity, and compassion. These basic principles will create a strong foundation to ensure your comfort and emotional safety, as I assist you on your journey toward successful problem resolution and return to optimal living.
(202) 670-1923
Ekwenzi Gray, Psychologist  in Washington
“As a licensed clinical psychologist in the District of Columbia, I have had the opportunity to work with clients presenting a variety of concerns. I have a particular passion for helping clients struggling with depression and anxiety, spiritual concerns, and anger. I also work with people dealing with issues related to sexual identity, orientation, and interests. I have been in clinical practice for nearly 10 years and enjoy working with individuals and couples.
(240) 348-5229
“I provide therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. I have experience in issues including: depression & anxiety; low self-esteem; difficulties in relationships, parenting; children with oppositional defiant disorder; ADD/ADHD; bullying, traumatic events, childhood abuse, stress in the face of chronic or terminal illness-cancer or HIV; life events-marriage, divorce, blended family issues, aging process, grief/loss and self destructive thoughts and behaviors. I believe that seeing a therapist is a very important and personal decision. I view it as strength-therapy helps during times of stress and emotional pain, but also when you want to grow and mature.
(202) 688-5530
Kim Gentin, Psychologist  in Washington
“Depression, anxiety, relationship issues... I can help. Through psychotherapy, I can assist you in making life much more enjoyable. Though I see clients of varying ages and concerns, I typically work with adult clients to help them achieve the following goals: improve their mood and their ability to handle their emotions, increase their self confidence, understand themselves and others better, and improve their relationships with others.
(202) 681-4901
Andrea Mattison Fisher, Psychologist  in Washington
“"Picking up the telephone to make an initial appointment to see a psychologist, can be difficult for many people for various reasons. One may be feeling wounded, lost, or stuck. I am dedicated to helping children, adolescents, and families begin to heal and get "unstuck" by freeing themselves of distressing and sometimes debilitating feelings such as depression, anxiety, and feeling out of control. I believe awareness and insight into your child's feelings and behaviors and your feelings and behaviors, is the great gift of psychotherapy. At its best, psychotherapy is a rewarding, productive, and at times, fun experience."
(202) 559-4850
Laura Lokker, Psychologist  in Washington
“At some point in our lives many of us will struggle with anxiety, depression, loss, relationship problems, career concerns or life transitions. If you are facing one or more of these challenges, I believe I can help. I am a licensed psychologist providing counseling and psychotherapy to adults in Washington DC. I have experience working with diverse clients on a wide range of issues. Depending on your needs and goals, I integrate various therapeutic approaches and treatment models, including psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, interpersonal and mindfulness.
(202) 760-2717
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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.

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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.