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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Washington

VFranklin & Associates, Counselor  in Washington
“HOW CAN I HELP? "My practice combines 10 years of experience in the mental health field with several years of educational and life experiences. Together, all of these experiences allow me to help you when you are "feeling stuck". I work with clients using a family systems approach and try very hard to give you the support that you need, when you need it. My philosophy is that "you can learn to trust in your own abilities to find a solution to your own problems." Dr. Franklin
Psychoanalytic
(312) 800-1602
Douglas LaBier, Psychologist  in Washington
“Douglas LaBier, Ph.D., has served patients in the Washington, D.C. area for nearly four decades. He helps men, women and couples resolve conflicts arising from change and transition, particularly during the "middle years" of adulthood, from their 30s onward. His holistic perspective integrates psychoanalytic understanding of developmental origins of conflicts with understanding how social, cultural, gender and career experiences shape our view of ourselves - our emotional troubles; feelings of limitations regarding change; our values - all of which can impede our capacities for positive, loving relationships, growing hidden dimensions of our personalities; and achieving success and meaning in work.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 999-3148 x1
David Angelich, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work to relieve suffering caused by symptoms or persistent problematic personality traits by helping clients obtain a more complete and honest picture of themselves. The increased self-knowledge and insight achieved within a supportive therapeutic relationship helps my clients make the changes they are seeking. Enhanced relationships, improved confidence, and the elimination of self-defeating behaviors are the product of the continued development and deepening of the therapeutic relationship.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 559-1015
Central Washington Psychotherapy Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“CWPA is an association of professionals which provides a broad spectrum of psychotherapy, psychiatry and mental health wellness services. Our offices are located in Northwest DC, Dupont Circle, Woodley Park, Takoma Park, and in Alexandria. Regardless if you are seeking coaching or short-term counseling for a specific issue, traditional psychotherapy, medication management, therapy for your child, couples therapy or even depth psychoanalysis, we have skilled professionals who will help you meet your goals. we offer a wide variety of treatment modalities and areas of specialization. The therapists in our referral network, which are some of the best in the city, are exceptionally qualified.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 601-3726
Natalie X Korytnyk, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you feeling frustrated, stuck, or unhappy in your work life or relationships? Is there a deep loneliness with no one to talk to or really understand? Psychotherapy can help and heal. With over 20 years experience, I work by creating a safe, nurturing and understanding therapeutic relationship. My approach is to actively listen and work collaboratively on gaining a deeper understanding of the feelings, internal struggles, obstacles, the impact of earlier life experiences, as well as repeating patterns of behavior that may be underlying symptoms and the root cause of difficulties.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 681-2924
Sandra L Francis, Psychologist  in Washington
“Hi! I'm a psychologist who has lived in the Washington DC area for the past twenty years. I know that life in this region can be stressful, with traffic, high-pressure jobs, and interpersonal demands. I try to help people as they cope with these pressures and life's many other challenges, including self-esteem issues, emotional distress, anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, grief and loss, and life transitions. I also provide guidance and consultation to parents on questions related to child development, behavior challenges, and family conflict.
Psychoanalytic
(703) 537-5644
Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy Referral Service,   in Washington
“The Referral Service can help you find a therapist who meets your specific needs. Our on-call clinician will work with you to find a therapist from a select group of highly experienced clinicians representing many specialties with offices throughout the Washington and Baltimore metro areas. The Referral Service is ideal if you are looking for therapy with a focus on understanding yourself to attain greater emotional freedom. We give you access to therapists who provide psychodynamic psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, marital therapy, child/adolescent therapy, psychoeducational testing and psychiatric evaluations.
Psychoanalytic
(301) 485-6744
Terri Judge, Psychologist  in Washington
“In my work with individuals I view the relationship between patient and therapist as central to treatment. The need for trust, privacy, safety, and non-judgmental acceptance is fundamental to the success of treatment. My theoretical orientation is psychodynamic or psychoanalytic, though I rely on an eclectic range of ideas for understanding each person. Patients experience my approach as insight-oriented, dynamic, and interactive. When a person seeks therapy it is because something hurts - a broken relationship, past or present, or deep frustrations with the self - not being able to live up to one's ideals or accomplish goals.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 643-1908
Heather L Cassidy, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work with adolescents and adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, and interpersonal problems. I use my advanced training in insight-oriented psychotherapy through the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis to help individuals understand their present symptoms as well as how their past affects these problems. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is central to the work of psychotherapy as well as trust and confidentiality.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 559-1110
“We believe that psychotherapy is one of the most precious gifts you can give yourself. It is the process of self-discovery, self-enlightenment, and self-empowerment. We focus on the whole person and the bio-psycho-social-spiritual aspects of the self. Those who have undergone the process are often healthier than those who have not.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 559-1153
Jamie Jones, Counselor  in Washington
“Jamie's therapeutic focus is on you and your unique perception of your daily life and surrounding environment. It is explored through verbal and symbolic forms of individual and group psychotherapy. This process creates a focused consciousness on your personal inner perceptions regarding who you are and who you want to become. As a Washingtonian herself, Jamie understands the challenges you face while living in a demanding city where many people feel a balanced lifestyle is unattainable. Jamie is most gifted in her work with individuals who have a history of disordered eating, grief and loss, trauma, and abuse.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 568-8486
Danielle Blessing, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Washington
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I enjoy working with families, couples, children and adults. It is always great to work with clients who are ready and willing to work hard towards change, and who need guidance towards happiness. I enjoy helping people discover the roots and triggers of their negative emotions and then working towards change by creating healthy tools/coping skills to use daily. My overall goal is to help others to feel happier and to gain a greater understanding of themselves and how/why they feel, think and act in certain ways. Helping others is rewarding to me and I greatly enjoy the work that I do.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 759-2787
“As a psychiatrist, I see my profession as helping people by understanding what they are suffering from (diagnosis) and finding the most appropriate treatment, through psychotherapy and/or medication management. My experience ranges from severe mental illness to traumatic experiences that affect ability to function, to troubles of everyday living such as interpersonal difficulties, grief, divorce and infertility/adoption issues. I provide long-term therapy for self-exploration, emotional development, and changing complex personality patterns that can make everyday life difficult or therapy of shorter duration focused on specific problems. The general modality of therapy is psychodynamic.
Psychoanalytic
(240) 392-1672
Heidi Block, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“DO COME IN FOR A FREE CONSULT. It's the best way to tell if we can work well together. When the fit is a good one,and the therapist is skilled, therapy works. Therapy helps when your thoughts, feelings, or behaviors aren't working for you anymore.Therapy helps whether you feel devastated or just down. Therapy helps improve mood and functioning, sort out old or new crises, transform heartache or anxiety, and change relationship patterns. It can help you reach your life goals and live a fuller, richer life.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 670-8945
Jane Baxter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW
“I will ask you to talk about what brings you in and your life story from both a positive and negative perspective. Why go back to childhood? As children we are too vulnerable, unskilled and insecure to confront our parents about repetitive mishandling. It take a lot of psychic energy to keep all these pains and fears locked down in the vault. Often, people come in and don't know why they are depressed. Your inner child knows why.... In addition to relationship issues and mood disorders, I was nominated in the recent Washingtonian Magazine list of Best Therapists.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 509-0646
“Why do we cling to dysfunctional relationship patterns or engage in self-defeating behaviors, perpetuating these ways of living despite the suffering involved. The work we do addresses these concerns in the lives of adults, adolescents, and children.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 999-3598
Nancy L Lithgow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe that most people are striving to do the best they can. At certain points in life each of us may become stuck. I see my work as trying to help identify the barriers which are creating stumbling blocks so that they can be dealt with, removed or modified so that life's journey will proceed in a happier healthier way.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 670-5900
Christina Jo Moynihan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I've been practicing social work and psychotherapy in community mental health agencies and have studied under experts in psychoanalysis & psychoanalytic psychotherapy since 2004. I utilize a strength-based, psycho-dynamic blend of interventions tailored individually for each patient, couple, & family. I've participated on committees with DC's HIV/AIDS Administration, have served as co-investigator to a study aimed to eliminate barriers to mental healthcare, and have managed the implementation of NIH and CDC research studies. It is with sincere pleasure that I offer you my expertise, education, and compassion aimed to meet your needs.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 746-5802
Kurt W Ela, Psychologist  in Washington
“I specialize in helping individuals, couples and families to overcome difficult patterns of behavior that may be holding them back from satisfaction in their life. I am a Licensed Psychologist with a BA from Amherst College and a Doctorate from George Washington University. In addition to providing individual psychotherapy, I am an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University Hospital where I am involved in teaching medical students and supervising therapy cases for Psychiatry Residents.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 803-8529
Monique Moore, Psychologist  in Washington
“I genuinely enjoy being able to help individuals achieve real and observable changes in their lives. At some point in life, most of us encounter personal roadblocks that undermine growth and create stress and unhappiness. Through my work I help people facing a wide a variety of difficulties at all levels of severity to achieve more happy and fulfilling lives. While I enjoy working with all individuals, I also have specialized experience in counseling active and veteran military service members, trauma survivors, and women.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 568-8597

Psychoanalytic Therapists
Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

If you're looking for psychoanalysis in Washington or for Washington psychoanalysis these professionals provide psychoanalytic therapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychoanalytic group therapy in Washington. They include Washington Psychoanalysts, Psychoanalytic therapists, Psychoanalytic psychologists, psychotherapists in Washington and Psychoanalytic counselors.

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.