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Therapists in District Of Columbia County

Rod Michael Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW, ACSW
“Are you seeking a therapist that wants to intervene and empower you towards goals of self-efficacy, goal achievement, and life fulfillment? If so, then I can help.
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Priscilla Dass-Brailsford, Psychologist  in Washington
“I welcome a wide range of clients who have the goal of striving toward a more authentic life and who seek to explore maximal growth and potential. I have expertise in working with clients who are struggling with health behaviors, I have worked with clients suffering from anxiety, depression and trauma and have a practice of clinical intervention that is strength-based and solution focused. My belief is that psychological and behavioral problems are expressions of pain and efforts to cope with unacceptable environmental demands. The goal of therapy is to restore the resilience within each person, so that healing is possible.
(617) 600-7441
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Dana Harron, Psychologist  in Washington
“Evening appointments currently available. A balance between understanding yourself and making real changes in your life (and seeing how each increases the other ! ) is an important part of work with me. I want to work with you to make real changes to the way you feel, while providing a safe and empathetic space you to for to figure out what changes need to be made.
(202) 656-3681
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Hedy Schleifer, Counselor  in Washington
“I am a Marriage and Family therapist with over 30 years of experience, and a married woman, with over 40 years of experience. In both roles I have experienced great joys, but also great frustrations which have challenged me to the core, leading me on an adventure of discovery. Today I practice a very effective method, with proven success in both my work with couples, as well as my marriage. The method is an integrative approach of various relational theories, including Imago Relationship Theory, Appreciative Inquiry, Martin Buber's relational philosophy, new research in relational neurobiology and our relational brain.
(305) 548-8422
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Jessica M Chan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Life can sometimes turn difficult and painful, and at these times, reaching out for help can be reassuring and powerful. If you are feeling depressed, distressed, or anxious I can help. Together you and I will sift through the layers, untangle the thicket, and emerge more certain and clear. As we understand you better, we can use that knowledge to carve out a new path for you, one that offers greater ease and contentment.
(703) 468-8073
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Elizabeth A Wangard, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you in your 20's or 30's? Do you feel "stuck in a rut"? Having problems with work or school? Does waking up and getting going in the morning feel impossible sometimes? Let me help. Whether you are experiencing a "quarter-life crisis," 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 our generation. In addition to other young adult issues, I have a special focus on eating disorders treatment and in promoting a positive body image.
(202) 740-0214
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Christine Ann Courtois, Psychologist  in Washington
“My area of specialization is working with individuals who have had major adversities and trauma in their lives (especially in childhood), defined as complex trauma; yet, despite this, are highly motivated to change. I use a trauma-informed relational and somatosensory-based approach to treatment that focuses on developing acceptance, trust, and security from which to approach difficult life issues and emotions. Therapy focuses first on emotional regulation skills, safety, and education about trauma and involves trauma processessing later in the process. I have helped develop the treatment model used in my practice and have published 7 books on treatment.
(202) 362-2776
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Anne Ruminjo, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“If you are pregnant, thinking of becoming pregnant, or are a mother and are feeling depressed, overwhelmed, or just feel you are having difficulty coping, please do not hesitate to contact me. I can also help with questions or concerns about continuing your psychiatric medication while pregnant or breastfeeding, as well as with other changes associated with the reproductive cycle including PMS, PMDD, menopause, infertility, or loss of pregnancy.
(202) 800-1354
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Angela M Snyder, Psychologist  in Washington
“Often when people come to see me, they have been experiencing the pain and challenges of life much more than the pleasure, and they desire to feel better and enjoy life more fully. I have worked with men and women who experience this pain in many forms, including anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, eating disorders, grief, or the aftermath of trauma. In addition, I have worked extensively with immigrants, first generation citizens, international students and professionals, and people who consider themselves multicultural.
(202) 681-3923
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Renee Garfinkel, Psychologist  in Washington
“Do you feel stuck? I work with people who want help getting "unstuck" from a way of thinking, feeling, or relating that is not working for them. Your problem might be physical, such as insomnia or pain, or it might be a problem with work, family, or faith. My approach is short-term and solution-oriented. I will see you in my office and via Skype. When possible, and with your agreement, of course, I welcome involvement of family, close friends, significant others in the treatment. I believe that people live in a context of social relationships that can facilitate, or impede, change.
(202) 559-4873
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Anne M. Garcia, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Are you feeling lost in life? Are you tired of holding in painful secrets? I specialize in helping individuals heal from trauma. Sometimes, we might not always feel safe talking about the past and it can be extremely painful to re-live those experiences. However, talking about the past trauma you have experienced can help you break the silence and find hope for a better future. Me especializo en ayudar a las personas que han sufrido traumas.
(202) 817-2334
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Dorita M. Dixon,   in Washington
“I am a hypnotherapist working with individuals, couples, and families in the Washington DC metropolitan area. I will teach you how to creativity relax the body so that you will become a more effective person in every endeavor of your life. You will learn how to reinforce your good intentions for a successful life, thereby improving all of your relationships. Each session is approached from the individual's unique set of circumstances.
(202) 656-7981
Washington, District of Columbia 20011
Mary Catherine Donahue, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW
“I specifically value and am experienced working with adults who are in recovery from substance abuse, those who have faced personal loss in life (through death, illness, trauma, divorce, infidelity, job loss, aging, etc.) or are struggling with life transitions and are seeking a place of peace. At the initial interview, we will jointly set treatment goals and determine the course to achieve those goals. In sessions, skills will be taught to examine obstructive thinking and barriers to growth, determine more supportive self choices, increase self and other awareness and to ultimately bring about greater presence, joy and calmness in life.
(703) 348-9641
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Vani Rao MD, PLLC, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“Please come and see me in DC or at Johns Hopkins. After working as a full-time faculty and served as a Director of Neuro-Psychiatry program at Johns Hopkins, I currently set up a private practice in DC. In April 2013, I was inducted into the Miller Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence. I am board certified in Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. During the last 13 years, I worked with many people who have had various types of brain injuries (e.g. traumatic brain injury, stroke, epilepsy) as well as treating a wide range of psychiatric issues.
(202) 733-6502
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Kathleen Megan Kerbs, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have experience treating adults, college students, and adolescents. The majority of my clients are suffering from depression, anxiety, or relationship issues (related to dating, friendships, or family). Some have recently moved and are having trouble adjusting to a new city or college. Others are struggling to determine what they want to do with their life or which career path to take. I have experience working with clients who are suffering from a wide variety of psychological problems. I have treated people from diverse racial, ethnic, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds. I also have experience working with gay, lesbian and bisexual clients.
(703) 468-8113
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Karen L Weise, Psychologist  in Washington
“My specialty is helping individuals to work to remove challenges to achieving satisfaction in their lives. Many times we find ourselves stuck in patterns that are self-defeating but seem difficult to change. These may cause us problems in school and work, as well as in our peer and family relationships, as well as in the enjoyment of pleasurable activities. These patterns may be due to our early experiences within our families, or as a result of challenges faced in adolescence and adulthood. No matter your age or phase of life, therapy can help.
(202) 817-2142
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Debra A Cruz, Counselor  in Washington
“As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Life Coach, and Professional Patient Advocate, my ideal clients are professional athletes, business and legal professionals, and recent college graduates seeking to manage performance anxiety issues, uncover negative thought patterns and attitudes that may prevent them from championing their life's goals. Working together, I assist my clients in realizing their authentic self, make plans to live the life they want to have by boosting self-esteem, and re-writing negative messages learned in childhood. Please contact me by phone or email for a free consultation.
(202) 760-4840
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
“I am passionate about working with young children and their families who are experiencing challenges with academics, parenting, as well as regulatory and behavioral issues. I provide psychological, developmental, and admissions testing. I also conduct play therapy, family therapy, parent guidance, as well as school consultations. Early intervention and prevention as well as parental involvement is essential and paramount for optimal and favorable treatment outcomes.
(301) 684-8146
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Lina Assad Cates, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR
“I see my role as an advocate. With a strong belief in human resilience, I work with individuals, couples, and families who feel stuck and limited by life's challenges. By developing a safe and collaborative relationship with my clients, I empower them to find the strength within themselves to make positive change. I specialize in healing from traumatic experiences and addressing issues related to anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and low self-esteem.
(202) 905-0688 x117
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Faith Sproul  in Washington
“Welcome. If you are feeling worried, having difficulty coping with a challenging situation, and are experiencing problems with personal or family relationships, you've already taken a big step by considering the potential benefits of therapy. Therapy or counseling is often a unique opportunity to build on your strengths, recognize potential resources, and develop valuable coping skills that benefit you personally as well as those around you. I am a psychologist in Private Practice who offers services related to psychotherapy, assessment, and consultation. I work with children, adolescents, and adults in a warm and supportive therapeutic relationship.
(202) 760-2843
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
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