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Therapists in Falls Church

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
Judith Leanes-Brown  in Falls Church
“Therapy is a collaborative process. My role is to guide you and to help identify what your needs are. Over the past 25 years I have worked with people, individually and in small groups. I know the importance of listening and I pay close attention to both your words and what you are not saying.
(703) 991-4024
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Miriam N Turner, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I view therapy as a joint venture in healing and growth and an interactive process that provides possibilities for change and hope. Everyone's situation and experiences are unique. Together we will explore your presenting issues and concerns to meet your goals. In my work, I utilize cognitive behavioral, solution-oriented, and humanistic approaches. I also believe that our mind and body are closely integrated, and greater awareness and understanding of the mind-body connection can help a person more effectively cope with stress, trauma, depression, etc. Therefore, I often encourage mind-body practices in the healing and growth process.
(571) 357-2977
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Kathleen Cotter Cauley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
“I have a general practice with individuals, couples,and families. People come with the hope of improving their relationships at home and at work. The effort is on managing their own stress levels, learning about self regulation and reactivity in all of their relationships (examination of daily habits, spiritual life, technology management, etc) People often are requesting assistance in managing life's challenges( illness, death, parenting, premarital, marriage, and stepfamily information). They are interested in becoming the best "self" that they are capable of becoming in relationship to others. The relationships surrounding the client are part of the discussion.
(703) 831-6551
Falls Church, Virginia 22043
Tejpal Singh, Psychiatrist  in Falls Church
“It is often easy to give most of our attention to physical illnesses and ignore the emotional and mental health disorders. In many cases mental illness can be more dangerous than physical ailment and could worsen the prognosis. The increasing scientific data shows a strong connection between mental health and medical illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, hypertension and strokes.
(703) 829-0593
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Anita E Gozdzialski, Counselor  in Falls Church
“You are not alone. Life can get better. I am sincerely invested in meeting you where you are and working together so that you can achieve self satisfaction and gain the courage it takes to live the life that you want, need and deserve. For over a decade, I have applied an individualized approach to therapy that provides clients a safe and therapeutic environment to enable healing, change and achievement of personal goals.
(202) 499-4983
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
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
Scott Twentyman, Psychiatrist  in Falls Church
“Are you tired of a life unlived? Therapy is a vessel for transformation, to help you connect with the deepest parts of yourself. Depression, anxiety, relationship problems, repeating dysfunctional patterns, self-defeating behavior, creative stagnation--are symptoms you have become disconnected from the deeper parts of yourself. As a result, your life has become unbalanced. As painful as they are, as much as you wish they would just go away, your symptoms are trying to tell you something. If listened to carefully, they direct us to what you have neglected, forgotten, or lost.
(703) 468-8851
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Thomas J Pillion, Psychiatrist  in Falls Church
“If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, or problems with interpersonal relationships, I can help you to restore a sense of balance in your life. My goal is not just to provide symptom relief. Using both medication and psychotherapy, we will work together toward identifying and removing the obstacles that interfere with living a more happy and satisfying life. I trained in general adult psychiatry at the University of North Carolina and received my MD from the University of Texas. I see primarily adults, but I will see adolescents and children on a case-by-case basis.
(919) 344-0669
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Kim Haywood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW
“I work in partnership with children, adolescents and adults as they make positive strides in their lives working through issues of anxiety and fear, depression, anger, grief and loss, trauma and life transitions. I predominantly utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which allows me to work collaboratively with clients. CBT allows clients to take an active role in the therapeutic process moving from an unhelpful cycle of thoughts, feeling and behaviors to a more helpful cycle. CBT increases self-awareness and enhances understanding of one's self which leads to more self-control and more helpful thoughts and behaviors.
(703) 957-7297
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Michael L Krass, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“As a psychotherapist with expertise working with and understanding children and adolescents as well as adults, I understand that psychotherapy can be useful for people of all ages. My approach to therapy involves giving people the room to express themselves at the most authentic level possible. By respecting that every person is entirely unique, I approach therapy with an attitude of curiosity that I seek to evoke in those I see. It is an interest in - as opposed to a fear of - ourselves that leads to greater aliveness and ownershep over one's thoughts, feelings, actions and reactions.
(703) 957-7916
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Ginny Graham, Pastoral Counselor  in Falls Church
“Because we are all hard-wired for relationships, I like to help clients get beyond habits that get in the way of healthily connecting to both themselves and others. As a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, I help individuals and couples value the conflict in their lives as opportunities for growth. I like to usher couples beyond the blame game and help them more quickly get back on track when the stuff of life throws them off course. To this end, sessions become experiential opportunities for noticing dynamics and for learning how to turn towards each other to repair and eventually thrive.
(703) 997-0967
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Heidi Ficken Posson, Counselor  in Falls Church
“Heidi's clients include men, women, and adolescents who are struggling with difficult transitions, abuse, trauma, relationships, careers, or substance abuse. She has also worked with military members and families post deployment, to reintegrate into family life. Working with clients as they transform from pain, to a satisfying and fulfilling life is her passion. She believes an empathetic, nonjudgmental relationship is necessary to help clients explore issues, identify self-defeating patterns, and make sustainable changes. Coming to therapy can be a difficult experience, but she knows it can be deeply rewarding. Her practice draws heavily from Psychodynamic and Attachment theories.
(703) 884-2506
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, LCSW, CSOTP, ATSA
“I am a Certified Social Worker Supervisor, BSWE, a full Clinical Member of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, and a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider. I am available to individuals, couples, families, groups and systems seeking professional consultation, personal counseling, and clinical treatment. I provide general and specialized clinical services addressing issues of mental health, emotion management and self-regulation problems related to anger, depression, anxiety, trauma, pornography, sexual intimacy and/or addiction, life transitions and stage of change challenges. I specialize in women's relational issues caused by criminal matters and general partner relational problems.
(240) 489-2168
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Katie Bruder, Psychological Associate  in Falls Church
“My first goal with any client is building a working relationship that is warm and nonjudgmental. I do this by carefully listening to my clients and demonstrating an empathic understanding of the problems they are having. Many of my clients have been taught, directly or indirectly, that being honest about what they are feeling will lead to pain, rejection, or abandonment. Thus, I try to create an atmosphere in the therapy room that establishes a very different expectation: a safe space to share.
(703) 991-4076
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Wendy W Roberts, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"Taking that first and often most difficult step of getting help can be a turning point in a person's life. I believe that I can help people make significant changes in their lives by uncovering whatever's been holding them back and developing new tools to move forward. I also believe myself to be compassionate, easy to talk to, and effective in enabling people to understand themselves in a way which can be empowering.
(703) 468-8143
Falls Church, Virginia 22043
George Coyne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a counselor, working closely with couples and adolescents is a passion of mine. In my almost 15 years of experience, I have learned to work closely with couples in a safe and kind way to restore peaceful, open communication. I understand the pressures that men and women feel in relationships. As a counselor I work as a understanding, kind, patient, and a safe person. Each person should feel heard, understood, respected, and cared for. Whether you're dealing with depression or anxiety, or just going through a tough time in a relationship, we all want connection in our lives.
(703) 328-4112
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Zach Lehman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer my expertise to older teens and adults who are seeking help with issues such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and personal growth. Therapy provides an opportunity for those struggling with these challenges to obtain objective and valuable insights, as well as the coping, communication, and personal skills needed to achieve their goals.
(703) 442-7565
Falls Church, Virginia 22043
David Flohr, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“I currently specialize in helping children and families address and resolve the various issues which interfere with a satisfying personal and family life. I welcome adults who are struggling with the challenges of parenting and have developed innovative and effective methods to assist in the ongoing self development of the parent. I work extensively with couples who are seeking a deepening connection and increased vitality. I am earnestly collaborative in my clinical style and bring 30 years of experience and training to my efforts to be a truly competent and conscious therapist/helper.
(703) 596-8852
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Sherry Sutherland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“I believe in a safe, supportive collaborative alliance with my clients, helping them to better able identify and meet their needs and to experience themselves as utilizing their potential to live full and rewarding lives. I offer an integrative approach to psychotherapy which includes a blend of "body-centered" and "talk" therapies, along with other creative arts modalities, such as movement, writing, art-making, and sand tray. This unique blend of cognitive and experiential approaches is informed by a psychodynamic understanding of personality, growth, and development and years of study and practice in assisting others to heal from stress, etc.
(540) 822-0921
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
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