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Therapists in District Of Columbia County

Ron Kimball, Psychologist  in Washington
“Psychotherapy is our culture's process for seeking relief from emotional pain and change from unrewarding and disruptive behaviors. It is a way to learn about how we each construct the meanings that inform our lives and our feelings and to take responsibility for constructing them to be as we wish. My role as therapist is to connect, understand, empathize, suggest, and -- occasionally -- leverage and confront. Therapy can be in turn difficult, fun, painful, confusing, boring, upsetting and once in a while transcending.
(202) 559-4866
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Joseph J Martinez-Williams, Psychological Associate  in Washington
“I have an unrelenting commitment to help others overcome life's challenges and achieve their greatest potential while gaining insight, courage, hope, and confidence.
(202) 999-3560
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Umi Chong, Psychologist  in Washington
“I'm a licensed clinical psychologist trained at GWU and Harvard Medical School. Occasionally, we notice patterns of thinking/behaving/experiencing others and ourselves, which can feel very old, familiar, and frustrating. Or, we can be hit by unanticipated life circumstances like loss/grief, transitions, or identity shifts that leave us feeling overwhelmed, lost, and stuck, where existing strengths and coping skills seem no longer effective. Through a dynamic, creative, and collaborative process, I help clients understand, modify, and transform their old ways of being to feel more connected, anew, and better flourish in their relationships, work, and within themselves.
(571) 384-8865
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Dylana L Blum, Psychologist  in Washington
“People look for therapists for many reasons. Perhaps you are having a hard time coping with a difficult life event or transition. Or, maybe, you have felt for some time that there is something missing in your personal or professional life. In my practice, I work with people struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, eating disorders, and concerns about sexual orientation. I also have significant experience treating college and graduate students, and have special interests in working with lawyers and law students, as well as with people facing the challenges of infertility, pregnancy and pregnancy loss, and parenting.
(202) 681-0997
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Zsuzsanna Gyorky, Psychologist  in Washington
“If you are experiencing loss, upset or a patch of sadness because of life events, I can help you by listening and providing a warm and caring place to talk through your feelings and get back on track. If you are looking to change negative patterns that you find yourself repeating and that keep you from the satisfying life and relationships that you seek, I can help you understand why that is happening and to transform them into positive change. My approach is person centered, tailored to who you are and what your needs are.
(202) 509-0608
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
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
Iona Counseling & Psychotherapy Services,   in Washington
“For over 15 years, Iona Senior Services' staff of compassionate licensed clinical social workers has been helping older adults and their families cope with the emotional challenges of aging. Are you an older adult feeling depressed or anxious? Having difficulty dealing with memory loss, a medical condition, or increased dependence on others? Experiencing grief or loss? Is retirement not what you expected? Stressed by caregiving responsibilities? Are there relationships you'd like to improve? Or are you a caregiver for your aging parents or other loved one seeking support to deal with the emotions and relationship changes that come with caregiving?
(202) 559-0245
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
“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.
(240) 392-1672
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Marilyn Greenberg, Counselor  in Washington
“I bring over 20 years of experience in the counseling field, providing individual, group and couples work with the objective of helping clients reach their goals and full potential. Good therapy is an art, providing the individual who experiences it, a sense of harmony, hope and well being. Clients find me insightful, empathic, honest and practical. Whether addressing relationship issues or managing stress, depression or anxiety, I strive to help my clients gain self awareness, confidence, acceptance and skill to make the right choices and decisions for themselves.
(202) 656-9975
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Lisa Ades, Psychologist  in Washington
“In my 20 years of clinical, academic, and advocacy experience, I have worked with clients who present with a wide range of issues. I specialize in recovery from trauma (particularly childhood abuse/neglect, sexual assault and domestic violence), successful movement through life transitions (young adulthood, career, parenthood, mid-life and loss), and repair of interpersonal relationships (including a specialty in couples therapy). I have advanced training in both trauma treatment and couples therapy, which uniquely positions me to treat couples where one or both partners have a trauma history.
(202) 686-1155 x1
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Suzanne K Haddad, Psychologist  in Washington
“We all have complicated personal stories that have led us to where we are in life. Your unique thoughts, fears, desires and emotions can affect the quality of your daily experiences and cause you to repeat unhealthy patterns.
(202) 559-1126
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Maria Thestrup, Psychologist  in Washington
“Everyone has the potential to change, grow and heal. I believe that psychotherapy can be a powerful tool toward those ends. Effective therapy requires an accepting and authentic therapist-client relationship, and I strive to create an environment filled with warmth, trust and understanding. I will encourage you to deepen your understanding of your experiences and emotional life. As most people enter therapy during a time of heightened discomfort, I also strive to quickly identify areas of concern, develop an approach that feels comfortable, and help you find greater fulfillment in your life.
(703) 574-2590
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Susan Segal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and work with adults in individual therapy, couples therapy, individual therapy and sex therapy for 25 years. My patients are single, married, divorced, remarried, straight, gay and range from young adult to older adults.
(202) 800-1427
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Jeffrey Jay, Psychologist  in Washington
“In therapy, the focus inevitably turns to the balance between self and others. Being responsible for one's own needs while being responsive to others, whether in a relationship, school, or at work is a dynamic, and sometimes confounding, process. How do you find that balance, being true to oneself and a truely caring person? That's the work of therapy. I work with individuals, couples, families, and students. I have a recognized expertise with severe psychological trauma, depression, anxiety, and marital problems including infidelities. I am proud to have been twice highly recommended by Washingtonian Magazine.
(202) 688-5479
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Debby Rager, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe in the resiliency of people. Whether you face a relational issue, loss of a loved one, trauma, or ongoing mental health concern, I can work with you to create positive change and move you through a healing process by identifying your existing coping skills and building on your strengths and community. I have a collaborative approach-and expect that we will work together to create change. I like to work with adults as well as children and families as I believe that variety makes me a better therapist. When working with children, I work closely with the family.
(202) 684-2567
Washington, District of Columbia 20003
Roselynn Vanderpool, Art Therapist  in Washington
“"The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change." - Carl Rogers. Being biracial and multicultural gives me a unique perspective in what it means to find belonging and balance. I work with children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing difficulty with low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, life and family transitions such as divorce or moving to a new location, exploring identify and spirituality. My goal is to help you uncover the road blocks and build a skills tool box to create and maintain the changes you seek.
(703) 940-0921
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Lynn Hamerling, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you suffering from low self-esteem, feelings of inadequacy, shame or perhaps even self-loathing? These feelings can make it extremely difficult to seek the very treatment which might offer relief and change. It can feel risky and sometimes exquisitely shameful to reveal oneself to a another person. I can help reduce your shame and make the therapeutic process more bearable and productive. Together we will look honestly and fully at your conflicts, strengths, relationships and experiences - in a manner that is gentle, yet steadfast; warm, yet serious; and attentive to you in all your individual complexity.
(202) 722-1507
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Beth A Parker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LICSW, LCSW-C
“Everyone goes through situations in life that challenge their resources. You may have successfully navigated through other difficulties you've faced, but find yourself lost or overwhelmed, and looking for additional assistance now. Therapy is ideal for people who desire change in their lives, and are motivated to take responsibility and work toward those changes in the context of a safe, supportive relationship. Psychotherapy can be a powerful source of insight, support, and new strategies for day to day living. I believe that the goal of therapy is to help people lead healthier lives, in addition to alleviating symptoms.
(202) 600-9607
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Tandy L Levine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been providing psychotherapy for over 30 years to individuals, couples, and groups. Throughout one's life, there are times when feelings such as depression and anxiety can create a sense of loss of control. Life events such as the death of a loved one, divorce, anger, or interpersonal conflict can feel overwhelming. My clients would say that I treat every one according to their particular issues, with respect, and with great support and understanding.
(202) 656-7913
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
“It is my philosophy that positive change can be a creative adventure. What if you were to wake up tomorrow with a fresh perspective and approach to a situation or issue that you are grappling with? Suddenly you find that you have an arsenal of new tools that magically appear in the hand of your consciousness at precisely the right moments. You feel amazed as you experience yourself effortlessly acting and/or reacting in accordance with your true intentions. This is the powerful effect of hypnotherapy and it is not magic. It is a natural, safe, and effective method for producing a desired outcome.
(240) 979-0132
Washington, District of Columbia 20017
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