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Therapists in District Of Columbia County

Steven Van Wagoner, Psychologist  in Washington
“Typically individuals come to psychotherapy for relief of emotional and psychological pain, which may take the form of depression, anxiety, self-defeating behavior, and/or unfulfilled relationships or goals, to name a few. Many can identify some past trauma, or perhaps some mistreatment that seems somehow connected. For others the reasons are more elusive, like a general feeling of unhappiness, perhaps with oneself or with others.I strive to help you verbalize your thoughts and feelings about what happens between us in our emerging relationship as a way of understanding your relationships in general.
(202) 656-5989
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
David Angelich, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work to relieve suffering caused by symptoms or persistent problematic personality traits by helping clients obtain a more complete and honest picture of themselves. The increased self-knowledge and insight achieved within a supportive therapeutic relationship helps my clients make the changes they are seeking. Enhanced relationships, improved confidence, and the elimination of self-defeating behaviors are the product of the continued development and deepening of the therapeutic relationship.
(202) 559-1015
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Brendan A Rich, Psychologist  in Washington
“I specialize in providing individual psychotherapy to children and adolescents with a wide-range of emotional and behavioral difficulties. Although my expertise is with youth with mood disorders, including anxiety and depression, I also have extensive experience with youth with social and behavioral struggles. My approach is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in focus, as it is best supported by research, children and adolescents respond to it very positively, and because I have found it to produce immediate and long-lasting improvements in functioning.
(240) 258-2384
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
“I have been providing professional and clinical psychotherapy to individuals, groups, couples and families for over 30 years. I have extensive experience in working with clients that are suffering from anxiety, depression, intermittent suicide ideations, mood swings, ADHD and unmet expectations.
(703) 662-3932
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Kenneth L Rothbaum, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“Certified in CBT and schema therapy. "My goal is to use newer and more effective therapies in order to reduce suffering. Kenneth Rothbaum, M.D. As an MD,I can prescribe medication and practice newer,more effective psychotherapies. I am the only psychiatrist in the region that is certified and using CBT and schema therapy. These therapies may shorten the duration of treatment. I practice CBT - cognitive behavioral therapy for more immediate problems and newer psychotherapies - Schema and Modal therapies for more complex problems. I treat the OCD and depression.
(202) 680-9096
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
R Curtis Bristol, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“My patients live and work in a global environment with complicated interpersonal problems compounded by economic, political, cultural and religious pressures. Through extensive education, experience and world travel I have built the capacity to provide a neutral, private and safe environment permitting the pursuit of solutions for acute mental health problems as well as longer term, intensive psychoanalytic treatment. I am a board certified psychiatrist with a medical degree from University of Southern California. As a psychoanalyst I completed the curriculum and treatment of cases through the Baltimore-Washington Institute for Psychoanalysis under the auspices of the American Psychoanalytic Association.
(202) 470-1496
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Lewis A Winkler, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I work with a broad variety of patients and am very experienced in COMBINING and INTEGRATING individual, group, and couples psychotherapy with effective psychopharmacology,,, IF NEEDED I specialize in mood, anxiety, and personality disorders, both severe and more-moderate personality trait and style issues, and am also highly interested in helping people and couples grow out of "BINDS" they are in.. or... those that conflicting personality styles create,, I also specialize in workplace issues, work_created problems, vocational identity issues and have experience in E E O, Workers Comp, and other litigation
(202) 643-7942
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
“Psychodiagnostics/testing, consulting, individual psychotherapy. Depression and anxiety of special interest, along with gay men and addictions, compulsive behaviors,relationship issues, grief, heterosexuals, compulsive sexual behavior, mood disorders, family relationship issues.
(202) 688-2265
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Patrick Joseph Kilcarr, Psychologist  in Washington
“A great deal of my work is partnering with individuals who are experiencing a lack of purpose or direction in their life. This could be related to historical wounds that seem to continually resurface, a sense of feeling stuck or trapped in behavior or relationships that leave you unfulfilled, or feeling a lack of direction and focused energy. Experiencing personal agency to achieve what you want, how you want and knowing you have the capacity to achieve this, is what I foster in a therapeutic relationship. It is my personal belief that there are no limits to what is possible.
(202) 760-2897
Washington, District of Columbia 20057
Douglas Gotel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C, RPT
“Everyone needs a soft place to fall. The loss of a loved one disrupts everything in our lives and the intense emotions of grief can be overwhelming. This can be especially true for children who don't yet have the words to express themselves or for adolescents who are struggling with their need for emotional support but wanting to appear "normal" among their peers. Specializing in expressive therapies such as sandtray therapy, I help children, adolescents and families cope with loss or trauma, and I help those in need of assistance with learning more adaptive ways to cope with life's developmental challenges and changes.
Washington, District of Columbia 20003
Terence C Chang, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Welcome! While circumstances have led you here because you feel overwhelmed with stress, frustrated with relationships, or saddened with how you feel about your place in the world, you are one step closer to getting relief. I will work diligently to understand your concerns and we will build a trusting, safe environment to explore your experiences. I provide a respectful, non-judgmental stance where you can define goals and address them with dignity. Together we will help you deepen awareness of your relationships with loved ones, your career, your past, and your current struggles.
(202) 350-3780
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Robert G. Rosenblatt, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have been providing individual, couples, and group psychotherapy for over 25 years. Typically, people enter therapy because they are having problems in their relationships. Successful psychotherapy must focus on helping develop more fulfilling and substantial interpersonal connections. Facilitating a client’s capacity to lead a richer and more emotionally balanced life is the objective. The therapeutic relationship is the road traveled, and enables the client to understand the choices they have made, the associated positive and negative consequences, and the freedom to make new, more effective and satisfying life decisions.
(202) 670-9937
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Joseph Cooper, Counselor  in Washington
“Do you frequently feel anxious, ambivalent, or uncomfortable in your relationships and wonder why? Or perhaps you are struggling to recover from the hurts of past emotional wounds that leave you feeling depressed and empty inside. If so, I want to help you find freedom from this and feel like your old self again. As a therapist, my treatment style is actively engaged, honest, caring, and empathic. With 19 years of training and experience, I have been helping people find resolution from their depression and anxiety, relationship struggles, past traumas, and self-defeating patterns.
(571) 445-0990
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Lawrence Levner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach to therapy is to create a context in which individuals, couples and families can know themselves in terms of their inherent strengths, competencies and capacities. I believe that when people experience themselves this way, they are most able to deal with stress, disruption, anxiety and depression in their lives. In my work with families and couples, I focus on interpersonal connection and work to help people experience the ways in which they make a positive difference to one another.
(301) 859-3386
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Cherian Verghese, Psychologist  in Washington
“My aim in individual and couple therapy is to help you with your life challenges - whether it is with anxity, depression, self-esteem, conflictual and/or less than satisfactory relationships and intimacies, understanding and overcoming the limiting, even crippling, effects of early life traumas on your life at present. I believe that the safety of a confidential therapeutic environment is ideal for us to explore problems together and find ways to move forward to a more rewarding and satisfying life.
(202) 670-3905
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
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.
(718) 593-4061 x115
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Christian Linton, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I believe listening - and being truly heard - is one of the most powerful therapeutic experiences. We are social beings, and if we have become isolated, or feel misunderstood, even ignored, we suffer deeply. I bring a high level of attentiveness to my work as a psychiatrist that provides the crucial foundation on which true growth and change can occur. I want to hear your story, to understand how your suffering, whatever its form, has come to be in the present day.
(202) 999-3811
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Jim Weinstein,   in Washington
“If you are stuck in your career or are wondering whether it's time for a change, I know I can help. I bring to my clients the wisdom from the successes I've had as a Harvard MBA, as an advertising executive with one of America's top advertising agencies, as president of an innovative not-for profit, and as a successful entrepreneur. I also have a strong clinical background of 17 years in private practice as a licensed psychotherapist. This variety and breadth gives me a unique ability to view problems from multiple perspectives, creating strategically sound, actionable solutions.
(202) 559-4216
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Philip W Meilman, Psychologist  in Washington
“I like to work with adults, young adults, and late adolescents dealing with depression, anxiety, interpersonal issues, and/or substance abuse difficulties, often using an action-oriented and cognitive-behavioral (CBT) approach. Of necessity, the approach will vary somewhat depending on the need. A licensed clinical psychologist, I have been in practice for 37 years. Most of my time is spent in a university setting with a small private practice on the side. I have availability weekdays in the early evening (around 5:30 pm) and on weekends in Georgetown.
(607) 358-7129
Washington, District of Columbia 20057
Burt B. Grenell, Psychologist  in Washington
“In 25 years as an individual, couples and group psychotherapist I have become very familiar with the change process. The distress that brings people to therapy typically involves, and is reflected in, their relationships. Rich, satisfying, intimate relationships support personal growth and change, decrease depression and help maintain stable mood. The psychotherapeutic relationship is a steppingstone on this path. Our work together will increase your self awareness. We will focus these insights to enable changes to create the life you want. Building self esteem, self acceptance, and comfort in social interactions are my particular strengths. Increased enjoyment of intimacy will result.
(202) 643-2924
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
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