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Bisexual Issues Therapists in District Of Columbia County

Peter Chirinos, Counselor  in Washington
“Does overwhelming stress and indecision impact your sexual/non-sexual relationships and quality of life? I am a sex therapist specialist. I integrate 20 years of extensive and diverse experiences in the field of behavioral health into the expert treatment of sex, intimacy and relationship related concerns; mood disorders and traumatic stress for adults 18 years of age and older. Therapy is highly interactive, engaging, informative and strength based. The foundation is built on trust, respect and the understanding that the client, with guidance and knowledge, has the strength to move beyond the challenges of being "stuck" in maladaptive patterns.
Bisexual Issues
(571) 748-7764
Office is near:
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Alicia H Clark, Psychologist  in Washington
“I consider it a privilege to be part of people's decision to improve their lives. Through individual and couples psychotherapy, I help people uncover patterns that may be holding them back. Against the backdrop of this insight, the change process evolves and often involves a variety of strategies. Though I am a generalist, I have longstanding academic and clinical interests in trauma, anxiety and substance abuse. More recently I have become interested in the broader impacts of anxiety and depression across the lifespan, and how patterns of interpersonal relationships can substantially affect these experiences.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 683-6395
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Alexander Gorodetsky, Counselor  in Washington
“As children, we are learning from interactions with our parents who we are and how to fit into the world around us. After we leave home, we become our own parents as we continue to learn about ourselves and how to find our own place in life. And when we have families of our own, we are now parents both for our children and for ourselves, as we continue to understand more about who we are. I provide a warm, empathic and accepting environment where you can explore your current life challenges, as well as address past issues that impact your everyday life.
Bisexual Issues
(301) 355-2172
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Sandra Piedrahita, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work with adults and adolescents who are experiencing challenging life circumstances and adjustments, struggle with important relationships, self-esteem, live with mood disorders/anxiety, feel stuck, and individuals wanting to live a more satisfying and engaged life. My work is to participate in creating a safe space and to use my skills to promote awareness and support positive change. This may require looking at both past and present-day issues. Developing a good working relationship (being a good "fit") with my clients is essential.
Bisexual Issues
(512) 410-1553
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Jonathan Kirkendall, Counselor  in Washington
“In my psychotherapy and career counseling, I strive to create a warm, trusting environment in which the client can safely begin to investigate the challenges that prevent them from living fully in the present. Therapy is not just about “getting rid of” negative feelings and responses. We can also learn to be kind to ourselves and learn skills that move us out of feeling stuck while at the same time gaining a deep appreciation for our lives. Instead of being closed and reactive, we can learn to open and respond with clarity and compassion to the world around us.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 643-2904
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Erin Peterson, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work with individuals facing a wide range of presenting issues, including relationship concerns, depression, anxiety, life and role transitions as well as grief/loss. At the core of my philosophy, I believe that a collaborative and supportive relationship is essential for therapy to be successful. I assist my clients in gaining insight into what is getting in their way, which often, enables them to make more well-informed choices to improve their lives. I also help my clients develop active coping skills, maximize their strengths, and establish new behaviors that may enhance satisfaction.
Bisexual Issues
(703) 468-8401
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Elizabeth Za Mcdonnell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work with individuals and couples who are confronting life challenges. I help them see their way through the immediate situation and learn about themselves so that they can live their lives in a fuller and more satisfying way. I work collaboratively with clients, respectful of their diverse backgrounds and life circumstances, using a rich mix of approaches tailored to the needs of the individual or couple. Please visit my website for more details about my practice.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 719-0549
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Aileen Kim, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“Dr Kim's is a Board Certified Psychiatrist. She specializes in anxiety, eating disorders, depression, ADHD, pregnancy and birth experiences including postpartum depression, relationships, family problems and cultural identity issues. Dr. Kim graduated from the University of Illinois with her MD in psychiatry. She is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry. She is a former Lieutenant Commander in the Medical Corps of the United States Navy, and has extensive experience helping people with problems related to military service.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 618-3178 x21
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Barbara J Suter, Psychologist  in Washington
“My first priority is bringing fast relief from your current symptoms of anxiety and depression, before moving on to deeper issues such as childhood memories and experiences. My style is direct, active, and caring, focused on mutually agreed upon goals. I believe that it is important to work emphasizing strengths as well as dealing with problems. I have seen that working within a collaborative partnership with each person yields the best outcomes within the shortest amount of time. Your family is also important in understanding,supporting and helping you. Free initial consultation can be arranged by telephone contact.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 363-0034
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Mary Work, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Do you have challenges that get in the way of how you want to live your life? The issues in which I am trained are: physical disabilities, depression, anxiety, trauma, domestic violence and HIV/AIDS.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 760-2713
Washington, District of Columbia 20066
Glenn Doyle, Psychologist  in Washington
“Dr. Glenn Doyle is the director of The Doyle Practice in Washington, DC. He has presented multiple times before the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, the American Psychological Association, and has appeared on multiple podcasts discussing relationship issues, men's issues, ADHD, trauma, and sexuality. He specializes in working with adults and children with ADHD; couples therapy; relationship issues and dating coaching; trauma and dissociative issues; and the discreet treatment of addiction and sexuality issues in men.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 609-8918
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Matthew J. Quinn, Psychological Associate  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MHC, MBA
“Glad you are here and my hope is that you find exactly what you need and the change you want. Whatever the issue, I work to create a space in which you can safely explore new ways of thinking about patterns or situations in your life. Those thoughts and feelings that cause stress in your life can be better understood by talking about them in a safe place. We can work together to figure out how to get you to the place you desire. I specialize in anger management, relationship issues, and career counseling. Progress is the goal, not perfection.
Bisexual Issues
(718) 593-4061 x115
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
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.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 601-3726
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Michell Kothari Stanley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CLC, RYT
“Psychotherapy has been used to help people deal with debilitating psychological conditions for the last century. My work not only uses psychotherapy to treat disorders, but also helps people who simply are looking to live more fulfilled lives. I integrate holistic disciplines including psychotherapy, yoga,and hypnosis to offer a unique approach tailored to each client's individual needs. I work with each client to help build on strengths and attain the change they are seeking.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 559-1109
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Amanda Mendizabal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LICSW
“Welcome to my practice. Regardless of what your struggle is at this time, I believe that through our relationship we can work together to help you look at your current patterns and potential changes you can make that can help you lead a fuller life. I realize that this can be difficult and I am grateful that I am able to help you in your journey.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 957-4465
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Yu Ling Han, Psychologist  in Washington
“Welcome to my site. Many clients who come to me have found it helpful that I focus on Body-Centered reactions to stress, which allows you to learn how to self-regulate symptoms related to anxiety, anger, depression, emotional reactivity. This is especially helpful for those anxious in retelling their trauma history. My specialty areas include: 1) adoption, 2) LGBQ, 3) pregnancy/postpartum, 4) trauma/loss/bereavement, and 5) non-traditional couple/family formation. By focusing on mind-body, I will provide tools so that you can start integrating it into your daily life, reduce your difficult emotions, & manage stress more effectively.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 643-2966
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
The Meltzer Center,   in Washington
“The Meltzer Psychological Services Center provides a variety of low fee therapy and mental health services to individuals within the Washington, DC metro area. We are located at George Washington University, near the Foggy Bottom metro. We offer evidence-based individual, family, and couples therapy (CBT, etc.) to address a wide variety of psychological problems, relationship issues, and personal concerns.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 618-5182
Washington, District of Columbia 20052
Lara Cox, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you ready to make a change in your life? Are you tired of repeating the same self-defeating behaviors? Do you want to learn healthy strategies to manage your current difficulties? I have over 15 years of clinical experience helping individuals lead fuller, more authentic and satisfying lives. My job is to help you gain insight into your conflicts, strengths, past experiences and current relationships so that you can break free of old patterns and find new possibilities. I find it extremely rewarding to watch my clients grow, realize their full potential and make successful changes in their lives.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 681-0974
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Andrea Yudell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“There are times that you might feel stuck in patterns that make life feel unsatisfying and empty. Maybe you feel depressed, anxious or in chronic pain. You may be negotiating a relationship or trying to adjust to a new job. Psychotherapy allows you the space to understand how your past and present intersect and what gets in the way of living life to your fullest. My approach is collaborative, thus giving you the space to reflect carefully. I will work with you to develop better coping skills and help you to understand & manage complex feelings of anxiety or sadness.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 607-9471
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Janet Osherow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have been working with children and adolescents for more than 20 years and as a social worker since 2006. My clients describe me as warm and compassionate with a no nonsense approach. I provide therapy to children, adolescents, adults and families. My broad range of experience includes addressing depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, behavioral issues and coping with chronic illness and trauma, including working with families with HIV/AIDS. I provide both individual and family therapy.
Bisexual Issues
(301) 996-5780
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
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Bisexual Issues Therapists
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