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Therapists in Falls Church

Claudia Lineweaver, Counselor  in Falls Church
“Do you focus on everyone else's needs except your own? Do you find it difficult to put yourself as a priority, always putting your children, work, spouse, parents, friends, or family above your own needs and concerns? Do you struggle with being self-critical and a perfectionist? Has this ever resulted in symptoms of depression, anxiety, compulsive overeating, exhaustion, and/or alcohol abuse in your life?
(703) 831-6334
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Anna Clay Bailey, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I understand that reaching out to schedule the initial therapy session can be intimidating. For this reason, my priority in session is to provide a safe and confidential therapeutic space for my clients in which they can share their challenges and feel heard and understood. My counseling experience includes assisting adults and adolescents with life transitions, anxiety, communication skills, depression, stress management, relationship difficulties, and addictive behaviors. I have worked in a variety of settings, including hospice care, public mental health agencies and schools, and out-patient substance abuse treatment settings.
(703) 997-2560 x250
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Sarah S. Berger, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“Therapy is often about change - changing oneself or parts of one's life. Taking steps towards change requires tremendous courage, but many people find the rewards of this process well worth the effort. A supportive, helpful guide can go a long way towards making productive changes and that is where I come in. Support is my primary role; my secondary role is to help individuals identify thoughts or behaviors that are limiting progress in one's life. In addition to helping with a wide range of common symptoms like stress, anxiety, depression, I specialize in health psychology (coping with illness).
(703) 997-8454
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Magaly R Schaeffer, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I work with individuals and couples dealing with relationship issues, mood disorders, trauma, loss and grief, and identity issues. If you find yourself arguing with your partner all the time, trigger by past experiences or traumas, feeling disconnected, misunderstood, and sad. Feeling like your relationship is no longer working, and perhaps the only solution is separation. There is hope and help for it. Using Imago therapy, I will help you navigate these issues effectively, understand your differences, learned to listen and communicate effectively, and hopefully rekindle your love for each other and feel connected again!!.
(703) 468-8687
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
L. Andrew Huff, Psychiatrist  in Falls Church
“I provide medication management, psychotherapy, or both. My approach fosters an understanding of how feeling valued/protected, and having role models when young builds self-esteem and a reassuring inner voice during tough times. Ernest Wolf wrote "Much of the irritation of people with each other, the quarrels that tear up marriages, and the misunderstandings that lead to loss of spouse, friend, or job can be traced back to the ups and downs of self-esteem when individuals with fragile selves try to use others to make themselves feel stronger and more whole." (Treating the Self, The Guilford Press, 1988)
(202) 552-0734
Falls Church, Virginia 22044
Charlie Clark, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I am a caring and compassionate counselor ready to assist you with life transitions, relationship crises, anger management, stress relief, depression and anxiety, behavioral modifications and most any mental health concern you may encounter. I have over 8 years of experience as a Mental Health Provider and work with all populations including adults and children of all genders and ages, couples, families and groups. My therapeutic approach is a combination of Cognitive-Behavior (CBT) and Family Systems therapy while using techniques that span the entire range of therapy options. Finding what works best for individual clients is my primary objective.
(703) 935-0015
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Karen Brandt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am committed to helping people find relief and greater happiness. Twenty five years of experience as a psychotherapist confirms my belief in the power of understanding and the possibility of change. The fear of change can become the excitement of discovery; avoidance and running away can transform into assertiveness; holding back can give way to reaching out; confusion can crystallize into clarity and confidence; emotional pain can transform into patience and wisdom. Together, we can work to help you find the solutions and fulfillment you seek.
(703) 344-4742
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Marc D Grande, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“I specialize in child and adolescent psychology and also see adults. For children and adolescents, I utilize sand-tray and play therapy methods as well as individual therapy. In addition, I offer comprehensive testing and diagnostic services for emotional and behavioral issues, intelligence testing, and psychoeducational assessment. For adults, I focus on depression/anxiety, personality issues and life-transitions.
(703) 957-7867
Falls Church, Virginia 22043
Ethan Siegel, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“Life can be tough. We all struggle from time to time with transitions, relationship issues, and insecurities. Sometimes these difficulties can make it seem convenient to let fear and pessimism take over. Within each of us, however, are a unique set of skills and talents. My goal is to be there for you during the tough times, but also to help uncover the strengths within you. Even if your life circumstances are challenging, I believe there is always hope and a path forward. Each client-adult, adolescent, or child-has a unique story, and I offer an individualized approach.
(703) 596-3682
Falls Church, Virginia 22044
Patricia D. Owens, LCSW, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
“If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, relationship problems, work problems or other mental health problems, be sure to seek kind and compassionate counseling. I have a proven track-record of guiding my clients toward healing and recovery. Together, we will explore your innate abilities to cope, discover new insights and learn skills to reduce or eliminate your suffering, while increasing your ability to enjoy life.
(703) 991-2670
Falls Church, Virginia 22043
Julie Reynolds, Counselor  in Falls Church
“Are you experiencing anxiety or suffering from depression? Easily influenced by peers and exhibiting low self-esteem? If so, I can help you learn to cope with life's stressors. I use many creative approaches like play and art therapy, as well as cognitive-behavioral techniques that make the therapy session active and engaging for clients. I strive to build therapeutic relationships that make clients feel comfortable and safe. We work as a team to help handle life's many twists and turns.
(703) 596-3556
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Mary Anne Nulty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DAPA
“It has been my privilege as a clinician to work with motivated individuals, families and groups by initially focusing on stabilizing an immediate emotional crisis and following up with coaching in the areas that will support continued growth. These could include depression and anxiety, marriage/family relationship system, challenges in the work setting, substance abuse (including Twelve Step work), grief and trauma. I also offer individual and group supervision for Clinical Social Workers employed in a variety of types of settings who are working towards state licensure.
(703) 291-1532
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Jeanne B Evans, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and I see myself as a psychological and spiritual midwife assisting clients in the birthing of new dimensions of themselves in the on-going process of personal transformation. My areas of specialty include: Grief/Loss, Depression, Anxiety and Relationship issues. An effective way I have found to work with many of my clients is through the use of bibliotherapy. I am also a deep believer in the value of cultivating silence into one's life and have offered day-long retreats entitled: Tilling One's Soil, Cultivating One's Soul; and Reclaiming Ember Days.
(540) 212-2555
Falls Church, Virginia 22044
Aubrey M. Le Fey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Let Yourself Blossom! Reaching your personal and professional goals is easier than you think. It begins with a willingness to go to unfamiliar places and challenge yourself. You can learn to manage your emotions more effectively, improve your relationships and communication, bolster your confidence and self-esteem, and minimize your distress. Most people already have the answers they seek. Therapy is a means to get you to the place where you can begin listening to your answers and working towards them. Working with Aubrey, you CAN get you to your desired destination.
(571) 248-3962
Falls Church, Virginia 22042
Kate McCauley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LCSW
“The process of therapy is an act of courage. Choosing to open up to explore what isn't working in our lives is a powerful step. This is a place to explore what doesn't work, understanding why it's not working and exploring options for change.Over the past 20 years my work has developed and grown. I work best with older teens and adults. I enjoy working with individuals and couples. Helping parents of teenagers navigate their relationships with their children is a real passion of mine.
(703) 997-8554 x2
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Debra M Nackman, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 25 years experience working with clients of all ages. I specialize in work with children, adolescents, and their families. Referral issues often include behavioral problems, attentional and impulse difficulties, autistic spectrum disorders and developmental issues, depression and anxiety, peer and relationship difficulties, separation and divorce, regulatory difficulties, and trauma. Adult clients often focus on relationship issues, struggles with depression and anxiety, separation and divorce, parenting concerns, and issues related to the family of origin. I was voted one of the DC areas top mental health professionals in Washingtonian Magazine, July 2009.
(703) 645-8700
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Mel Brezovsky-Couples Counselor, Counselor  in Falls Church
“Welcome ** If this is your first experience or you have had counseling before you may be feeling like you want your life to take a new direction. Individuals and couples begin counseling to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationships. Anxiety, stress, worries, depression, or grief can impact sleep, appetite, and energy levels. By using strength based approaches I work collaboratively with you to explore ongoing transitional challenges as well as periods of personal uncertainty. I provide a safe and supportive environment and assist you in the process of change and growth.
(703) 622-9559
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
“Leaving loved ones behind and trying to adapt to a new culture all can be quite distressing. Feeling anxious, depressed, lost, and even traumatized are normal feelings for someone who is trying to build a new life in the U.S. Immigrants and children of immigrants struggle with these very issues and often find it difficult to talk about them. This is particularly true for Muslims post-9/11. Immigration and difficulty with acculturation can also lead to issues with family reunification, parenting, academic underachievement, behavioral issues, and marital conflict.
(571) 248-3351
Falls Church, Virginia 22042
Alicia Todd, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“I believe in a collaborative approach to psychotherapy. My clients and I are partners in their treatment. My style is interactive. My background is primarily in the area of cognitive behavioral therapy, however, my years in practice have demonstrated the importance of integrating biological, social, and spiritual aspects into treatment. I have expertise in mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, substance abuse disorders and trauma and abuse.
(703) 348-9193
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Brian Razzino, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“My practice is rooted in a developmental lifespan perspective wherein, I conduct psychoeducational and personality evaluations for children, adolescents and adults. Accurate evaluations are key to developing specific recommendations with a clear picture of an individual's strengths. Testing and evaluation can be intimidating, but does not need to be. I like to work within a relationship grounded in understanding and emotional safety. I find humor, openness and flexibility often draw out even the most shy individuals. This rapport results in better evaluations and a positive experience. Indeed, some are even disappointed when testing is done!
(703) 940-9989
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
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