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Academic Underachievement Therapists in District Of Columbia County

Rachel Schuchart Psyd, Psychologist  in Washington
“Do you or your client need an objective evaluator who is experienced, thorough, and capable of completing assessments quickly? Is it important to you or your client that the report is written in a manner in which the layperson, educator or court can understand? I am a psychologist who will take the time to understand your concerns and help address them.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 552-0354
Office is near:
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
Lori A Day, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a licensed psychologist specializing in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), which is a highly effective treatment for children with behavioral concerns, anxiety, oppositional behavior, and difficulty following parent's instructions. I also provide neuropsychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults with a wide range of referral questions, including ADHD, learning difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety and depression, as well as medically complex individuals.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 559-7337 x1
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Angela C Johnson, Psychological Associate  in Washington
“I believe that by mastering our past we have the power to change our future. I use integrative approaches to assist clients with identifying their strengths and overcoming barriers that are impeding their happiness and emotional well being. I firmly believe that if we change our thoughts we can change our lives and my goal is to assist you through the process to lasting change.
Academic Underachievement
(240) 293-2588
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Jeffrey R Volkmann, Psychologist  in Washington
“As a therapist I believe that all individuals have the potential to flourish in their lives. A person who flourishes increases their happiness, well-being and purpose in life. In order to flourish a person must understand and cultivate their strengths. Through the cultivation of ones strengths a person will be able to build and or deepen their interpersonal relationships, increase the amount of pleasure they experience, and contribute to society in a meaningful way.
Academic Underachievement
(401) 367-4318
Washington, District of Columbia 20017
Stephen M Weissman, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“Overwhelmed? Frustrated with people in your life? Trouble at school, work or home? Change can happen. I see adolescents, adults and couples. I'm direct, open, collaborative. My style is eclectic, practical and problem-solving. I prescribe anti-anxiety and anti-depressant medications when indicated. Psychotherapy is a two-way street. It begins with a consultation, when together we clarify what's troubling you. During that first encounter, we road-test our compatibility as communicators and collaborators. In psycho-therapy, "one size" does not fit all. You should meet more than one clinician before deciding whom to work with.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 499-2635
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
LaNail R Plummer, Counselor  in Washington
“As humans, all people face difficult times in life. This common affect becomes more difficult as children, adolescents, and parents/adults are dealing with and/or attempting to manage various mental health issues. As a LPC, I can work with various clients and needs; however, I am best suited for children, adolescents,young adults, couples, parents and families. I value multiculturalism, solutions-focused work, and holistic practices.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 803-8556
Washington, District of Columbia 20019
Martha Dupecher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW
“I believe in the importance of relationships, and I work to help people develop more satisfying connections with others, whether at home, at work, or with friends. Often the ideas we carry around in our heads about ourselves and others can limit what we're willing to give and receive in the way of love, respect and friendship. Understanding more about these ideas, and the way they're connected to depression and anxiety, can make a real difference in our lives.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 824-0677
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Sara Petrasso, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work with adults and adolescents who feel their lives are hindered by unwanted or distressing feelings, or self-defeating patterns of behavior, and who experience anxiety, depression, anger, low self esteem, compulsive or impulsive behaviors, or relationship difficulties. I specialize in helping clients manage their challenges by establishing effective mental and behavioral responses that cultivate positive change towards more fulfilling lives. I approach each individual treatment collaboratively, exploring the foundation of the problem, identifying problematic patterns, and then developing treatment goals tailored to the unique needs of each individual client.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 618-5571
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Monica Hammock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C
“Neurofeedback is for anyone who wants to improve how they respond to challenges in their life. Those challenges may be acute crisis, acute or chronic physical or emotional illness, anxiety, depression, ADHD and other executive functioning difficulties, and peak performers. The reason that it is beneficial to everyone is that the Neurofeedback assists the brain to be more efficient no matter what the content challenge may be. Incorporating Neurofeedback with psychotherapy, the brain relaxes and calms fear and reactivity to fear, allowing for new learning to take place. The combination works faster than talk alone.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 759-8307
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Rhonda Wells-Wilbon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C
“"I Believe Helping Others Discover the Path to Their Own Healing is My Gift from The Universe". Dr. Rhonda Wells-Wilbon is a liscensed clinical therapist with over twenty-five years of professional social work experience. Dr. Rhonda is a contract therapist for the DC Rape Crisis Center working with adult survivors of rape and child sexual abuse. She has clinical expertise in sexual abuse, rape, & intimate partner violence. Her work with clients focuses on healing from previous life wounds and helping clients restore their sense of balance, harmony & self empowerment so they can live more healthy wholistic lives.
Academic Underachievement
(301) 684-5380
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Dr. Rod Michael Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW, 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, I am able to help.
Academic Underachievement
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
“Why do we cling to dysfunctional relationship patterns or engage in self-defeating behaviors, perpetuating these ways of living despite the suffering involved. The work we do addresses these concerns in the lives of adults, adolescents, and children.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 999-3598
Washington, District of Columbia 20003
“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.
Academic Underachievement
(240) 392-1672
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Naomi Nim, Counselor  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, EdD, MS, LPC, BC-DMT, NCC
“I bring compassion and clarity to a collaborative approach to psychotherapy. I will work with you to find relief from the issues that bring you to see me, including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, isolation, divorce, aging, managing learning disabilities, or coping with illness or significant life transitions such as living in a new culture. I will help you to strengthen your resources in order to create the changes you are seeking. I am committed to helping you feel safe, engaged, and above all, a partner in this process. My clients typically gain insight, self-acceptance, and health through our work together.
Academic Underachievement
(301) 684-5016
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Philippe Kane, Psychologist  in Washington
“Therapy can be a highly useful tool for improving your quality of life. As a psychologist, I work comprehensively to make therapy challenging, fun and rewarding without judgment. Feeling discouraged is a normal part of life and I provide support and empathy that can help you achieve your future goals. If you or a loved one is suffering with anxiety, depression or trauma, or need further psychological assessment (school, forensic or diagnostic) please do not hesitate to contact me.I incorporate CBT techniques and mindfulness training which has been empirically proven to help with overall happiness.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 509-0594
Washington, District of Columbia 20002
Gabriella Pessah, Psychologist  in Washington
“Many clients I work with are struggling to find comfort and balance due to sudden events or long-standing dissatisfaction with aspects of their life. While I believe every stage of life brings opportunities for growth, times of transition may bring uncertainty, conflict, and loss. I strive to be gentle and empathic, as I encourage clients to go at their own pace, to seek their own truth, and to find their own voice. I provide a warm, non-judgmental, interactive therapy relationship that aims to help people deepen their insight, break unhealthy patterns, and create more satisfying and fulfilling lives.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 321-9452
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Kurt W Ela, Psychologist  in Washington
“I specialize in helping individuals, couples and families to overcome difficult patterns of behavior that may be holding them back from satisfaction in their life. I am a Licensed Psychologist with a BA from Amherst College and a Doctorate from George Washington University. In addition to providing individual psychotherapy, I am an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University Hospital where I am involved in teaching medical students and supervising therapy cases for Psychiatry Residents.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 803-8529
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Matthew G Neverusky, Counselor  in Washington
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the District of Columbia. I earned my Master of Education in Community Mental Health Counseling from DePaul University and have Masters Training in College Student Development. As a Mental Health Clinician, I have provided theraputic services through outpatient and inpatient care, on university campuses, and within the prison system. I offer one to one therapy, group therapy, couples therapy, EMDR, Psychological Testing, and Mediation.
Academic Underachievement
(312) 854-2725
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
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.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 337-3554
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Tybe A Diamond, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, BCD
“I've practiced psychotherapy for over 35 years. Typical issues bringing individuals into therapy are usually the pain of anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues,self doubt and unfulfilled relationships or goals. Triggers for emotional pain may include such events as divorce,death of a loved one, serious illness, job loss, or a failure that can be extremely difficult to cope with alone. Often such events are unexpected and traumatic. Psychotherapy offers an emotionally safe setting to explore unique experiences,history,relationships & self defeating behaviors. My approach is insight oriented. Exploring emotional wounds ultimately leads to resolution and greater happiness.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 966-1381
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
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Academic Underachievement Therapists
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