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Therapists in District Of Columbia County

Rukhsana M Chaudhry, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have tremendous respect for the courage that is required to enter therapy and therefore I aim to meet you whereever you are. I believe that therapy is based on the development of a positive relationshiop between myself and you. We will work together to open up paths for new connections in your life and to deepen other ones. We can explore meaning in those areas of your life which have become less clear through the establishment of a safe and non-judgemental atmosphere.
(202) 559-4226
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Amanda Rahimi, Psychologist  in Washington
“Although the goals of each therapy are different, with every client I aim to develop a collaborative relationship built on empathy, trust, and understanding. I will help and support you as you develop a better understanding of yourself, your current concerns, and your experiences--past and present.
(202) 759-3388
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Chandra Coleman Davis, Counselor  in Washington
“Do you think you, a friend, or a member of your family may be in need of professional counseling? Are you too unsure of what exactly you would need and what it involves to feel quite safe taking the first steps? I believe in a person-centered approach to improve one's overall life and well being. Whether your goals are managing depression, enhancing your relationships, or creating a greater sense of stability in your life, I am confident I can provide you with both the guidance and support you need.
(301) 799-8957
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
Tamara J. Galinsky, Art Therapist  in Washington
Art Therapist, MA, ATR-BC
“My ideal client is committed to their own personal journey, and excited to have me along for the ride. I have used art therapy to treat symptoms of depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, self-injurious behavior, substance abuse, and eating disorders. I have also worked with survivors of acute trauma and chronic neglect, and found that art therapy can help these clients achieve successful interpersonal relationships, enhance self-awareness, develop healthy coping strategies, and improve general quality of life. I believe in the ability of art to heal even the most broken soul.
(202) 803-8406
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Madelaine Claire Weiss,   in Washington
“Hello, I am a Harvard trained practitioner with more than 30 years experience. In our work together we would define where you want to go in your life and how you will get there. You may work on one or more parts of your life. Since 'You are You' wherever you may go, you may find that gains you make in one part of your life can significantly improve other parts too. You will decide which part(s) of your life you want to work on. These may include: Work, Play, Family, Friends, Physical, Emotional, Spiritual, Money, Romance...
(202) 499-4550
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
New Creations Art Therapy and Counseling, Counselor  in Washington
“Are you seeking a respite from a busy life which has you frazzled, anxious, or depressed? Art therapy provides a creative opportunity to explore underlying issues related to mood disorders and anxiety with a therapist. Clients seeking individual counseling and art therapy may benefit from meeting with this art therapist and counselor. If verbal expression is inadequate, art is a natural form of creative expression. With 15 years experience working with children with learning disabilities as well as children in crises or transition, I see children sometimes best communicate in natural art and play therapy.
(202) 568-8624
Washington, District of Columbia 20005
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
Washington, District of Columbia 20059
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
Aurora Counseling, Counselor  in Washington
“As a provider of individual, couples, group, and family counseling for over 9 years, my focus is on giving you the tools to help resolve difficult issues, consider different perspectives, change unwanted behaviors, and reduce the pain and suffering that life issues may bring. My approach is practical, positive, and empowering!
(202) 759-2782
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Diane Kern, Psychologist  in Washington
“My approach to therapy involves empowering persons to better understand themselves and acquire the tools to heal and make desired life changes. I utilize a combination of cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic therapeutic orientations in my practice. Consistent with an emphasis on empowerment is my wholistic focus on total well being. I promote balance across all personal dimensions (spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, and social). My life coaching practice draws from a similar wealth of psychological knowledge, however, with more of an educational emphasis. I facilitate the acquisition of problem solving and success orientation skills, aimed at enhancing personal empowerment and life satisfaction.
(202) 681-3990
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
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
Peter Polatin, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I treat all psychiatric syndromes and life disturbances that adults might experience. My orientation is toward short term, problem solving therapy to resolve crises, and appropriate medication management for disturbing emotional symptoms. I collaborate with non-physician psychotherapists for clients who require specialized or longer term therapies, and can initiate such a referral if necessary. I will also work with other managing physicians from different specialties to ensure that there is an interactive process within the treatment team. I have lived and worked overseas, and understand the crises that are experienced by those returning from a foreign assignment.
(202) 733-6552
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Dr. Vani Rao MD, PLLC, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I am currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine. I am also the Director of Behavioral Neurology & Neuropsychiatry Fellowship program at Hopkins. In April 2013 I was inducted into the Miller Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence. This honor is given to the physicians who are "committed to excellence in patient care". My research interest is on psychiatric aspects of traumatic brain injury and I have made significant contributions to this field. I am currently have a private practice in Washington DC. I am board certified in Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry.
(202) 733-6502
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
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
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
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
“Susan Newborn is a licensed Psychotherapist who creates a safe environment and relationship to help her clients cultivate healing and an overall sense of well-being. Her approach is collaborative, interactive and non-judgmental. She offers an integrative approach to addressing life's problems and challenges including mindfulness, psychodynamic and cognitive / behavioral oriented talk therapy and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). Susan is also a coach for the Gupta Amygdala Retraining Programme, which aids in healing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities. Susan helps clients address a range of issues including: anxiety, stress, chronic illness, family/relationship difficulties, life transitions, depression, grief and loss.
(202) 759-8163 x117
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Jermaine Boston, Counselor  in Washington
“I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) serving adolescents and their families for more than 18 years. I am licensed in Maryland and the District of Columbia. I have been practicing as a Mental Heath Clinician for 7 years providing services in group homes, community, and educational settings.
(240) 428-6710
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Martha Blechar Gibbons, Psychiatric Nurse  in Washington
“Whether you are faced with a current challenge or trying to untangle a web of complicated issues from the past, we can work together to navigate a path toward a more gratifying and meaningful life. I am a nurse psychotherapist in private practice in a residential setting, with an office indoors and a garden area when weather permits. I am relational and eclectic in my approach, incorporating different modes of therapy designed to address the child, adolescent, adult or family's unique issues and concerns.
(202) 759-8317
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Renee Marshall, Counselor  in Washington
“LOVE is the highest goal to which a human can aspire. The essence of being human is the search for meaning and purpose. Meaning is discovered through actions, values, suffering. I seek to help others find the answers to internal turmoil, conflicts, and dilemmas. With support and encouragement, clients can find the courage to overcome the challenges of life.
(202) 759-4224
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
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
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