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Therapists in Washington

Michael A Vigorito, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, CGP
“How do you know if your sexual behavior is out of control? It's a subjective question that many men unfortunately wait until relationship, occupational or medical consequences accumulate before considering. I believe the most important person to evaluate concerns with regulating sexual behavior is the man experiencing the dilemma. I start with two basic questions: "What is your conflict with your sexual behavior?" and "What is your vision for your sexual health?" Since 2001, I have provided a safe, informed and confidential space for sexual health conversations and counseling.
(619) 567-4522
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Brad Ogilvie, Counselor  in Washington
“My professional background has primarily been in counseling, social services and education with people with HIV and with youth/teens. The common thread of these are identity, life purpose and calling. Utilizing an eclectic mix of Adlerian/family systems, mindfulness, and cognitive/behavioral techniques, I explore with clients the narratives of their lives and the narratives they would like to tell. Whether it is about relationships, life satisfaction, or dealing with illness, I specialize in holding and honoring the client's journey while affirming the importance of the fact that life is about change.
(301) 768-4704
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Christine Ann Courtois, Psychologist  in Washington
“My area of specialization is working with individuals who have had major adversities and trauma in their lives (especially in childhood), defined as complex trauma; yet, despite this, are highly motivated to change. I use a trauma-informed relational and somatosensory-based approach to treatment that focuses on developing acceptance, trust, and security from which to approach difficult life issues and emotions. Therapy focuses first on emotional regulation skills, safety, and education about trauma and involves trauma processessing later in the process. I have helped develop the treatment model used in my practice and have published 7 books on treatment.
(202) 362-2776
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Miraslava Khmurets, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“This practice is designed to deliver excellent psychiatric care in a convenient and comfortable setting. Our team strives to accommodate professionals, offering evening and weekend appointments. Busy individuals, who find it hard to make time for achieving emotional well-being, will find our services both helpful and convenient.
(703) 594-4345
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
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.
(202) 760-2713
Washington, District of Columbia 20066
DC Holistic Psychotherapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Washington
“Are you and your partner missing that spark- the passion and connection that first brought you together? Have you drifted apart after going through stressful life situations? Or perhaps you're in the midst of a stressful situation now and are in constant conflict having the same fights over and over again? You want to trust your spouse, but how can you without getting the emotional or physical attention you crave and deserve? Helping couples find their way back to each other is one of the joys and honors of being a psychotherapist. Holistic approaches make this easier to accomplish.
(240) 293-0807
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Nuha Abudabbeh, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have a lengthy experience treating patients with serious mental illnesses and also with patients who have been involved with the criminal justice system and immigration issues. I speak several dialects of the Arabic language and have extensive experience with Americans of a variety of backgrounds. I use multicultural approaches to compliment different therapeutic interventions.My additional lengthy experience working with different Arab Americans as well as Muslim Americans puts me in a unique position to offer specialized services to these two populations.
(202) 509-0592
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Tom Gilmore, Psychologist  in Washington
“I specialize in individual therapy with adults for relationship problems, anxiety, depression, trauma, and addictions. I believe that when we seek psychotherapy or counseling, we need a therapy relationship that is grounded in trust and respect, one where we can understand and deal with our difficulties. A good therapeutic relationship is essential for any successful therapy. I approach therapy in a flexible way, focusing on present feelings and relationship patterns as well as the impact of past experiences. I have a special interest and training in working with the effects of trauma.
(202) 600-8125
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Kirsten Chadwick, Psychologist  in Washington
“I specialize in working with depression, interpersonal relationships, eating disorders, parenting concerns, the motherhood transition, college transitions, loss and grief. Emotional distress can arise for various reasons; biological events, complicated life transitions, or the use of ineffective tactics for operating in the world. I help clients think through strategies to enable them to better navigate transitions and the difficult circumstances they encounter. I also work with individuals to identify and interrupt patterns that are preventing them from building and maintaining satisfying relationships and experiencing happiness.
(202) 643-7901
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Vicki Goodman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“People come for psychotherapy when they are hurting or feeling stuck in unproductive thinking and behavior. This can manifest in depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, issues about career and work performance, illness, loss and grief and repetitive self deprecating behaviors. What is often needed is a safe environment for the cultivation of acceptance and compassion and the willingness to honestly explore in a trusting relationship. Developing space to have a new understanding of difficulties can open to greater awareness, sense of possibility and the capacity to live more fully.
(301) 793-8582
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
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.
(202) 609-8918
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Marilyn Greenberg, Counselor  in Washington
“I bring over 20 years of experience in the counseling field, providing individual, group and couples work with the objective of helping clients reach their goals and full potential. Good therapy is an art, providing the individual who experiences it, a sense of harmony, hope and well being. Clients find me insightful, empathic, honest and practical. Whether addressing relationship issues or managing stress, depression or anxiety, I strive to help my clients gain self awareness, confidence, acceptance and skill to make the right choices and decisions for themselves.
(202) 656-9975
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Curt Canada,   in Washington
BCC, MSW, MAT, BSSW, ICF
“Board Certified Coach, Social Worker, and Educator over the past 10 years working with clients at various stages of their lives and careers here in Washington and nationally. I work with clients seeking leadership and personal development. I work with teams seeking to improve upon communication, performance, and productivity. Are you experiencing unhappiness and doubt in your personal relationship? Are you considering a career change? You're suffering from loss of a loved one, or a marriage? On-line dating is not working? You're a Millenial or Quarter-Lifer overwhelmed about your future and career?
(202) 568-8735
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Liz Merrill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LICSW
“Do you feel hopeless about relationships? Are you drawn to the wrong people over and over again but don't know how to change? Are you feeling doubts about a current relationship but don't know if you should stick it out or walk away? Do people say you're too picky, too rigid / flexible, too eager, or way too wary of getting hurt? Are you starting to wonder if they're right?
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Antoinette Lancaster, Counselor  in Washington
“I am committed to helping people reach their full potential. I practice an integrated approach that is rooted in Cognitive Behavioral Theory (CBT). I believe that people are inherently good. Despite that goodness bad things may happen that can alter their course in life. I view life as a journey; filled with ups and downs, and positive and negative experiences. I believe early childhood experiences shape ones core personality; and sometimes unresolved issues such as trauma, grief and/or attachment issues complicate one's ability to reach their full potential.
(202) 601-3491
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Kara Peters Veigas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C
“Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) is an approach to therapy that demands full and active collaboration between the patient and therapist. The patient is expected to bring a will to live as fulfilled and happy a life as possible. In using ISTDP I approach the patient's time as invaluable, and believe the wisest approach is to be up front with the patient immediately and continuously, to bring relief from suffering in the fastest and safest way possible. Therapy is typically conducted on a weekly basis following the initial evaluation until goals are achieved.
(202) 559-4860
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 36 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
Bea Von Watzdorf, Counselor  in Washington
“I love working with my clients. Spanning in age from 20s-60s, they are male and female and come from a variety of backgrounds. Most of them come to therapy initially because of some discomfort, usually the result of an imbalance in their lives. It may be that they're struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, loss, interpersonal difficulties, perfectionism, procrastination, shaken self-confidence, low self-esteem, and /or trauma. They stay because they feel supported, understood, and increasingly able to handle life's challenges.
(202) 600-8302
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Sara Kittrie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MED, LICSW
“I offer a listening ear to identify the core issues that are getting in the way of your growth, change and a more satisfying life. We will seek to identify your strengths and together we can explore with homework and skill building exercises ways to increase mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotional management and distress tolerance.
(202) 800-2026
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
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.
(301) 684-5016
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
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