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Academic Underachievement Therapists in District Of Columbia County

Rachel Schuchart Psyd, Psychologist  in Washington
“Dr. Schuchart is employed full-time as a staff psychologist at the DC Superior Court Child Guidance Clinic. Dr. Schuchart was formerly employed at Saint Elizabeth's Hospital (SEH), having graduated from Antioch New England Graduate School. Prior to moving to the Washington, DC area, Dr. Schuchart was licensed as a school psychologist and a clinical psychologist, working in a public school for grades K through 12 and serving as an independent consultant in a juvenile rehabilitation center.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 552-0354
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Washington, District of Columbia 20001
Wanda Pickens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW, LICSW-C
“Are you struggling with depression, low self-esteem, issues with your teens, or family conflicts? Are you going through transitions in life that are difficult to manage? With warmth, sensitivity and compassion, I will teach you how to overcome and thrive in spite of overwhelming challenges you face. With over 20 years of experience, I have gained keen insight and understanding on how to effectively work together with clients to aid them in changing self-defeating patterns in behavior and thought. I believe in order to change and heal, one needs to feel understood and heard within a context of a positive therapeutic relationship.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 733-6107
Washington, District of Columbia 20020
Drew Joseph - Couples Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Washington
“I provide an accepting, confidential setting where couples and individuals can address sensitive issues. I help you figure out what's wrong and what you might be able to do about it. The length of therapy varies from one-time consultations to long-term treatment, depending on your problem, interest, and resources. I work especially well with adults who feel there's something different about them. Something that doesn't fit in, or that other people don't 'get.'
Academic Underachievement
(202) 559-4837
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Deardre McGuire, LICSW, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“I believe successful therapy is built on a foundation of a successful therapeutic relationship - a relationship defined by collaboration, support and trust. We will work to allow you to create new and better solutions to persistent, old problems that are limiting your potential. Beginning therapy can be a difficult step. But if you find yourself stuck, repeating the same ineffective, undermining coping mechanisms and unable to manage your emotions, then it might be time to start working together to help you identify more effective and constructive approaches to achieve your goals. I have experience working with a diverse clientele.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 370-7078
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Ruth Wittersgreen, Psychologist  in Washington
“I've been providing psychotherapy for over fifteen years. I am passionate about this work and have helped many people change their lives for the better. I believe in a person's ability to make their life as full and rich as they want it to be. Therapy can help you get what you need and want in your relationships, work, and other areas of life. I am easy to talk to and bring a lot of warmth and caring to therapy. My "specialty" areas include working through trauma, grief, and a variety of health difficulties.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 670-2900
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Stephanie K., Counselor  in Washington
“Are you having a problem in any of your relationships (spouse, family, friends, work colleagues, etc) and are seeking a solution? I work with those who desire personal empowerment, self-esteem and an urge to discover their inner true happiness. Whatever your reason for making the decision to attend therapy, we will work together to give you the skills to manage situations that bring anxiety, depression or anger and turn it into a journey of healing and optimal wellness.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 999-3578
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
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 and rewarding for you without judgment. The support and empathy provided will help you achieve your life goals or just receive an occasional "check up" to maintain well-being. 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.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 509-0594
Washington, District of Columbia 20002
Lara Kassoff, Psychologist  in Washington
“"The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched, they are felt with the heart" (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry). I believe that psychotherapy is a place where you can access your most authentic self. I seek to create a safe, trusting environment where you feel free to share honestly and receive genuine feedback. My approach to therapy is supportive and collaborative. Through our work together, you will achieve a better understanding of yourself, helping you to alleviate distress and develop more satisfying relationships.
Academic Underachievement
(571) 918-8818
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
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.
Academic Underachievement
(240) 428-6710
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Shonda Pertilla, Counselor  in Washington
“We all carry within us a dream, a purpose, a strength that flows, like water through our veins and every part of our being. It even flows through fear, pain, disappointment and all sorts of perceived failure. It gives meaning to life. It heals. It inspires. Dreams establish vision and purpose. My mission is to empower and support you in addressing the issues that have interrupted the flow of your personal and professional development...your dreams.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 510-9742
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Kathy Nguyen Li, Psychologist  in Washington
“"The world breaks everyone and, afterward, many are strong in the broken places." - Ernest Hemingway. There is no doubt that life is challenging, and it can leave us scarred, lost, helpless, and fearful. It IS possible to find healing, understanding, control, confidence and strength again. We cannot always do it alone, however, nor should we have to. My foremost goal as a therapist is to journey with you through the difficult times as we work towards a life of greater fulfillment, authenticity, and meaning for you. I consider a sense of safety, support, and collaboration as imperative to our work.
Academic Underachievement
(571) 449-8938
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Ralph Gemelli, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I am a child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist and psychoanalyst providing individual psychotherapy, play therapy, couples therapy, pharmacotherapy and psychoanalysis to patients for a variety of presenting symptoms: anxiety, depression, poor school performance, stuttering, lack of motivation, and finding oneself in relationships with people who are devaluating and/or abusive. My interpersonal focus is to help patients to become aware (by being mindful) of what he or she conciously or unconcoiusly does that prevent the patient from gratifying his or her needs.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 460-3267
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
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.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 618-9277
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
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
Lacey Hopkins Coaching,   in Washington
“Clients seek me out for coaching when they are fed up with being in a career that just doesn't work for them. Whether it's the field, their boss, or their environment, the pain of having the same thing day after day, year after year, is finally just too much. Often they are dissatisfied their job or career path, but feel stuck or don't know what else might be out there. Others know exactly the change they want, but don't know how to go about creating their dream career.
Academic Underachievement
(704) 312-1059
Washington, District of Columbia 20003
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.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 760-2843
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Terri Judge, Psychologist  in Washington
“In my work with individuals I view the relationship between patient and therapist as central to treatment. The need for trust, privacy, safety, and non-judgmental acceptance is fundamental to the success of treatment. My theoretical orientation is psychodynamic or psychoanalytic, though I rely on an eclectic range of ideas for understanding each person. Patients experience my approach as insight-oriented, dynamic, and interactive. When a person seeks therapy it is because something hurts - a broken relationship, past or present, or deep frustrations with the self - not being able to live up to one's ideals or accomplish goals.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 643-1908
Washington, District of Columbia 20010
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.
Academic Underachievement
(703) 574-2590
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
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.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 681-0997
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Valerie Lovenheim, Counselor  in Washington
“I provide counseling and therapy to adults, adolescents and children in Washington, DC. I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues. I'm especially interested in anxiety, depression, and self-harming behaviors and have training in anxiety reduction. I'm passionate about wellness, nutrition, and healthy living, and have extensive experience helping people with disabilities, special needs and learning differences, as well as their families and caregivers.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 601-3890
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
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Academic Underachievement Therapists
Kids or children who are academically under achieving in District Of Columbia County may need help from child therapists, child psychologists and child counselors. Academic underachievers in District Of Columbia County may also have problems with learning issues, child education issues or ADD (attention deficit). Some academic underachievers can be quite bright, gifted and intelligent.

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