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Therapists in District Of Columbia County

Gilda T. Clarke, Counselor  in Washington
“As Eleanor Roosevelt so eloquently professed, "the purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience." Sounds simple, doesn't it? Most of us want to experience a rich and rewarding life, but sometimes events throw us off balance and we lose our footing. A compassionate and trustworthy counselor provides a safe respite for individuals to discuss feelings, explore patterns of behavior, and share deepest confidences. I have helped individuals with anxiety, depression, low self esteem, ADHD, career challenges, relationship issues, grief, and life transitions.
(954) 880-3960
Washington, District of Columbia 20005
Edmond Louis Degaiffier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“TEMPORARILY NOT ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS. I believe that everyone needs a safe place to explore one's mind, the way we relate to ourselves, others and the world at large, our beliefs and values. The presence and reflections of an understanding and knowledgeable other in the person of the therapist can be of great help in making better sense of the complex, confusing and often painful emotional and behavioral experiences of our life. Understanding how we were and are affected by persons and events in our lives can help us develop more satisfying and fulfilling responses to our current challenges.
(202) 643-8900
Washington, District of Columbia 20003
Christian Linton, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I believe listening - and being truly heard - is one of the most powerful therapeutic experiences. We are social beings, and if we have become isolated, or feel misunderstood, even ignored, we suffer deeply. I bring a high level of attentiveness to my work as a psychiatrist that provides the crucial foundation on which true growth and change can occur. I want to hear your story, to understand how your suffering, whatever its form, has come to be in the present day.
(202) 999-3811
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Andre Peri, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work with adults of all ages with a variety of emotional and behavioral problems, including depression, anxiety and relational issues. I have much experience and training working with individuals with severe anxiety including Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, OCD, Specific Phobia, Health Anxiety, and trauma and PTSD.
(202) 759-6021
Washington, District of Columbia 20002
Sara Shiffman, Psychiatric Nurse  in Washington
“I am a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) specializing in the treatment of depression, anxiety, bipolar illness, chronic pain, and addiction. I work collaboratively with individuals and their families, and other mental health and medical providers. My goal is to help you customize a plan that enables you to find lasting change. This plan may involve medication, therapy, or a combination of both.
(202) 759-4452
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Sheila M Cahill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, JD, MSW
“A therapist for the last ten ten years, I spent the twenty years before that in large firm law practice in SF, DC and NY. I delight in working with people in a frank and open way, with the aim of changing their lives for the better. Life is difficult in so many ways. When you and your therapist are a good fit, therapy can expand your world, deepen your relationship to yourself and others, and free you to live more fully and freely.
(202) 643-6936
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Mary Elizabeth Ehrhardt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Welcome! I am currently accepting new clients for weekday, daytime openings. Beginning therapy can be a difficult first step, but it often leads to important insights and tremendous personal growth.
(202) 642-6661
Washington, District of Columbia 20002
Catherine Kaplan, Counselor  in Washington
“Licensed mental health counselor and an experienced professional therapist with 10 years of experience in individual, couples, and family therapy, with a focus on Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT). Beyond therapy, emphasize a holistic approach to personal and household wellness, incorporating elements of coaching in life, nutrition, exercise, and style. Masters in Counseling from New York University's Steinhardt School of Education. B.A. from Southern Methodist University. Most recently studied at the prestigious Ackerman Instititute for the Family in New York City, completing Foundations in Family Therapy and Live Clinical Supervision and participating in Clinical Externship in Family Therapy.
(917) 746-5696
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Sharon L Bernier, Psychiatric Nurse  in Washington
“I have an adult practice for persons over the age of 18. If you are seeking therapy, you are interested in improving your life in the areas of relationships, communications and any other areas causing emotional discomfort or pain such as: work, marital or couple issues, parenting differences, losses, life phase adaptations, body image and decision making. Effectiveness of therapy depends on your active participation. It requires time, effort and regularity. Therapy involves evaluating your thoughts and behaviors, identifying stresses and working to modify both. The therapy relationship is a collaborative effort with strict confidentiality and respect for the client.
(202) 609-8855
Washington, District of Columbia 20002
Julie Lopez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
“Beginning therapy can feel daunting. I applaud the strength it takes to make this step. I am invested in healing and know how to facilitate positive changes, especially those stemming from traumatic experiences, no matter the size. My training in trauma work began at the DC Rape Crisis Center where I worked for 5 years treating men and women. During this time that I was trained to provide EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) a powerful tool to support significant reductions in symptoms while targeting roots causes of distress. This is one of the tools for recovery that I offer.
(202) 999-3824
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
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
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Elizabeth Adams, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a clinical psychologist practicing in the Washington, DC area who specializes in working with children and families. Common themes addressed in therapy include anxiety, behavior challenges, parenting and co-parenting concerns, ADHD, learning disorders and peer relationships. I work collaboratively with the family and allied services (schools, support specialists, extended family) to best understand the unique needs of the child. Cognitive-behavioral, behavioral and family systems approaches are most commonly utilized. Therapy is delivered through play therapy for young children, individual therapy for older children, parent coaching (PCIT) and family sessions.
(202) 337-3554
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Melvin Cauthen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C
“I am a licensed clinical psychotherapist in private practice licensed in the District of Columbia and the State of Maryland. I work with individuals, couples and families to address their concerns and strengthen their relationships. My practice also includes counseling individuals struggling with weight loss issues. My practice is focused on motivated, interactive communication. I will work with you to achieve the solutions to the problems that are weighing you down and keeping you from being the person that you want to be. Together, we will develop a plan for change, growth and acceptance.
(202) 499-7607
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Cindy Mijung Kim, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am a licensed psychotherapist providing individual, group, couples, and family therapy in the metropolitan Washington, DC area to children, adolescents, and adults across a broad cultural spectrum. My philosophies on therapy are rooted in the belief that each individual is granted with strengths unique to him or her that can be useful in your growth and development. I believe it is important to "start where the client is," to respect your perspective on your problems and conduct a relationship based on non-judgment, caring, and compassion.
(202) 559-4285
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
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
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Markelle Handy, Counselor  in Washington
“I believe psychotherapy is a journey of self-discovery, problem solving and emotional recovery. I help my clients to grow, change and heal from issues with depression, anxiety, loss, relationship issues and family adjustments. I support my clients with improving social and emotional functioning and increasing interpersonal skills while developing positive and solution focused goals for creating a more fulfilling and healthy lifestyle. If you are exploring ways to achieve a more balanced way of managing the everyday stressors and challenges in life, the services I provide at Crossroads Education and Wellness Services, LLC may benefit you.
(443) 351-8397
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Karen Pumphrey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Have you been thinking: "I want to talk to someone about this." I can help. I have 15 years of training and experience working with adults coping with what life has thrown at them. I work with people experiencing the effects of anxiety, depression, trauma, and addictions. We work together to explore patterns and connections in your life to gain insight into the issues and to develop skills and strategies to make the positive changes you want.
(202) 670-5967
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
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
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
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
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Sarah K Brandel, Psychologist  in Washington
“I enjoy working with adults who want to better understand themselves and hope to live a more satisfying and authentic life. You may be facing an unusual challenge at home, in the workplace, or with your health. You may be contemplating a change of career, retirement or the pursuit of other life-long goals. If you are, you are trying to understand yourself better and hoping to make changes that will restore your sense of equilibrium and purpose. In my experience that is when therapy may be particularly helpful.
(301) 882-1365
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
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