Therapists: 1 to 20

Refine Your Search

Issues:

Common Issues:

Sexuality:

Mental Health:

Age:

Ethnicity:

Alternative Languages:

Religious Orientation:

Gender Issues:

Categories:

Treatment Orientation:

Modality:

Gender:

Video Enabled:

Type:

Accepted Insurance Plans:

Accepted Payment Methods:

Therapists in Washington, DC 20009
Adams Morgan and U Street Corridor

Bauer and Associates, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am trained in many forms of psychotherapy including existential psychoanalytic psychotherapy(Winnicott and Lacan) as well as phenomenological experiential psychotherapy,and clinical hypnosis.I also train post graduate psychotherapists through The Gestalt Psychotherapy Training Center of Washington,D.C.I am also Co-Director of The Washington Center for Consciousness Studies where I teach the seminar Contributions of Phenomenology and Dzogchen to Psychotherapy and Healing. I have published over 100 professional papers on individual, group and couples psychotherapy. I am editor of Transmission:The Journal of The Awareness Field. You can find it at transmissiononline.org
(202) 667-6425
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Diana Janel Wall, Psychologist  in Washington
“The primary goal of psychotherapy is to help you to understand what you want and need to make your life more productive, meaningful and fulfilling. Through the process of treatment, you will be able to know yourself better; address and identify current and long-standing difficulties; experience less pain and suffering; alleviate self-defeating behaviors; build and maintain healthier relationships; become more resilient and adaptable to change; and begin to develop a more accurate understanding of your past and what you want for your future. Ultimately, psychotherapy will allow you to become more equipped to lead a healthier life.
(301) 637-3193
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Mariana Figueira, Psychologist  in Washington
“People often seek therapy when they are experiencing a lack of fulfillment in their lives and in their relationships, or are struggling to cope with life's demands. I find it deeply rewarding to help my patients decrease their suffering and move toward greater fulfillment in their lives. Through an empathic, supportive, and collaborative approach, I strive to help my patients feel more connected to their feelings and develop greater self-understanding, which I believe leads them to make more rewarding choices about different aspects of their lives. I have found that it also often leads to more fulfilling relationships.
(202) 517-9408
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Yeshashwork Kibour, Psychologist  in Washington
“I believe that when therapy works, clients feel understand, validated, and safe in the therapeutic environment. They get to explore what is normal or not necessarily helpful in terms of how others treat them and how they view their environment. They no longer feel stuck. Past traumas, depression, anxiety can make people feel stuck and unable to move towards their life goals. Gentle inquiry, compassion, and concrete recommendations for moving forward are part of my therapy process, which is collaborative. The focus is staying in the present moment and integrating mind and body - a holistic approach.
(703) 957-7847
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Xanthia Bianca Johnson, Counselor  in Washington
“I believe that mental health therapy appeals to people from all walks of life. Some seek out mental health support because they want a new way of proactively addressing life's challenges. Others may simply be in need of a neutral yet supportive listener. This, in my clinical experience, is true for both children and adults. When individuals feel safe enough to face and explore difficult issues with the help of a trained mental health professional, they usually discover the panacea for which their hearts have always longed! Everyone deserves the opportunity to be their best selves.
(240) 949-4168
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Marie Land, Psychologist  in Washington
“Welcome! Relationships and food are two issues that many people struggle with to some degree. The way you feel about your appearance, your "self" and your relationships can make or break your mood and well-being. I believe people have the ability to change, and problems can improve, no matter how long a person has been struggling. I adapt the work I do in psychotherapy to each individual client as I've found (and research shows) that each person benefits from an individualized treatment plan and a psychologist who is knowledgeable and experienced in a range of treatment modalities.
(202) 759-7423
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Carrie B Grisham, Psychological Associate  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MPsy, PsyD
“Everyone experiences difficult periods in their lives. These can be challenging experiences to navigate alone. I applaud your step in considering therapy, which can help you manage symptoms, increase your awareness of underlying issues at play, and cultivate positive growth. I work collaboratively with clients to gain a fuller understanding of their experiences and together identify ways to develop a deeper sense of contentedness in their lives. I am dedicated to providing the safe, productive, nonjudgmental space necessary for this work to happen.
(443) 343-0187
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
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
Tandy L Levine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been providing psychotherapy for over 30 years to individuals, couples, and groups. Throughout one's life, there are times when feelings such as depression and anxiety can create a sense of loss of control. Life events such as the death of a loved one, divorce, anger, or interpersonal conflict can feel overwhelming. My clients would say that I treat every one according to their particular issues, with respect, and with great support and understanding.
(202) 656-7913
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Timothy Ellsworth, Psychologist  in Washington
“I typically see people who are feeling stuck, confused, in pain, and/or dissatisfied with their lives or relationships. I work with individual adults. My patients are usually interested in exploring what is behind their troubles, in addition to wanting to resolve their symptoms.
(202) 999-3364
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Jennifer Boone Hayes, Counselor  in Washington
“We all need a little help sometimes. I use therapy to help my clients overcome emotional, thought-based and relational problems that are preventing them from finding satisfaction in their lives. I provide an engaged, present-oriented space where you can explore how thoughts and past experiences impact the way you feel, behave, relate to others and manage stress, and then assist you in making healthy changes as needed. I specialize in relationship issues, loss, depression and anxiety. MY SCHEDULE IS CURRENTLY FULL SO I'M UNABLE TO TAKE NEW CLIENTS. WHEN I HAVE AVAILABILITY I WILL REMOVE THIS NOTICE.
(202) 939-0939
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Jennifer Joyner, Psychologist  in Washington
“Life is challenging and at times we need geniune help to grow to our fullest potential. As a clinical psychologist, it is my passion to help individuals discover what keeps them from obtaining their life goals. Depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, divorce, and/or basic growing pains can negatively impact one's life. My practice is centered around breaking down the barriers that impede on life success, and learning real strategies to combat future difficulties. In addition to traditional therapy, I also provide parenting coordination for parents looking for alternative ways to address co-parenting difficulties.
(202) 559-4821
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Cynthia E. Killough, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you stressed, worried, sad, indecisive, or just at loose ends? Think you might have ADHD? Need to talk about a relationship break-up, or a difficult parent or child? Psychotherapy can help. I will provide an informal, safe relationship where you can talk about anything. Accurate diagnosis and professional therapy can increase your ability to take charge of your life. When you understand yourself better, you are able to make more satisfying choices about love, work, and everything else.
(202) 670-0925
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Jyotika Devi Vazirani, Psychiatric Nurse  in Washington
“We often come into our personal behaviors, thoughts, & feelings because they have helped us survive our own anxieties. As adults, often habitual patterns of behavior inhibit us from growing into the effective human beings we expect ourselves to become. Freedom, in its broadest sense, can be limited, depending on our own thought patterns, emotions, and our personal responses/reactions to our emotions. Together, we can look at patterns of behavior, private thoughts and feelings with empathy and without judgment. We can explore how freedom of thought and emotional reactivity can help you achieve your personal goals of actualization.
(202) 568-8185
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Joseph W. LaFleur, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, MBA
“Do you feel frustrated with relationships, anxious or depressed, confused about your identity? Are you having difficulty making decisions about relationships? Maybe you are bored with social interactions, insecure about your future, or repeating unhealthy patterns in your life? We can do something about it. Maybe you lost your job, are going through a terrible break-up, dealing with the transition to college or from college to adulthood, or struggling with depression for any number of reasons. Whatever the issue, talking and working through those issues with a trusted and unbiased person can be of tremendous help.
(202) 559-4759
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Alexis Merin  in Washington
“At moments of transition in your life, it can feel particularly useful to have someone with whom you can talk. I help clients to address a wide range of issues, including: life changes, relationships, self esteem, trauma, grief and loss, anger, aggression, depression and anxiety. In my practice, I see children, adolescents, adults and couples.
(202) 559-1145
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Thomas J Coughlin, Counselor  in Washington
“Sometimes creating or maintaining a happy, satisfying life requires help. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I will listen and engage you in ways that support a life of balance, healing and growth.
(202) 738-5456
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Sara Mindel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Satisfaction, joy and self-awareness are key elements to a fulfilling life. Although that seems easier said than done, I believe that we can find these elements with encouraging support and guidance. I am a committed, compassionate therapist who is ready to help you uncover your inner strengths to make the changes you want and live a more gratifying life. I am an LICSW, with experience in working with adults and adolescents in individual, couple and group modalities. My areas of clinical expertise include addiction and recovery, trauma, depression, anxiety, sexual compulsion and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender issues.
(202) 670-5950
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Sheetal Patel, Psychologist  in Washington
“I create an environment that helps clients explore both the internal and external barriers to their healing and growth. As a psychologist I pull from working with diverse groups of people and assist on issues of trauma, grief, loss, relationship difficulties, wellness and health. To me, therapy is best when it's a mix of approaches that are used strategically to create a nonjudgmental and empathic atmosphere. My style is both warm and thought-provoking, and I actively collaborate with and support those with whom I work.
(240) 607-5038
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
B. Lance Morgan, Psychologist  in Washington
“Making the decision to seek therapy can be a gradual, self-questioning process. I'm glad to speak with you by phone or answer questions by email if you're thinking about starting. My practice is to have a no fee first session so that you can see if you feel comfortable working with me, and so I can get a sense of the life issues with which you're dealing and if they match my areas of specialty. Any communication between us is confidential.
(202) 618-9181 x5
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next

Not enough Therapists in District Of Columbia County, District of Columbia (DC), 20009 to choose from?
Try expanding your search for Therapists in 20009 to a larger area (e.g. click the plus sign or 20009+ .)
How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Adams Morgan and U Street Corridor - Washington have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 20009 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 20009 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 20009 or family therapy in Adams Morgan and U Street Corridor - Washington.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in District Of Columbia County, District of Columbia 20009, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.