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Therapists in Arlington

Lane Cyphers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“If you are searching for a therapist, chances are that your not happy about something in your life. I have assessed over a thousand individuals and families, and maybe I can help you and / or your family also. I often take unconventional approaches that start with a foundation of discovering your personal life goals; or perhaps you know your life goals and are just trying to figure out how to get there. We can work together to help you along. Everyone including your therapist has to figure out how to pursue life so done think your alone in this:)
(443) 275-0331
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Mark F. Yapelli, Psychologist  in Arlington
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who provides therapy for adults and adolescents. I am first and foremost a client-centered therapist. This means that, no matter who you are and no matter what you seek help with, my goal is to engage you with empathy, warmth, and understanding. I do not believe in one-size-fits-all therapy, and integrate a variety of therapeutic approaches into my work with clients. Three themes I often emphasize are interpersonal relationships, identity, and family dynamics.
(703) 596-1924
Arlington, Virginia 22209
(Margaret) Jane Ashley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT
“I work collaboratively with people to help them create the lives they want -- in their relationships, families, recreation and work. This process of exploration and discovery is inspiring and taps into hopes, dreams and imagination through story and re-connecting and remembering memories and experiences of connection and joy in their lives. Clients who benefit most from working with me are usually bright, creative and interested in freeing themselves from the constraints of family, social and cultural expectations that have become internalized and held as truths. This is a way of finding your way home ... to where your heart is.
(540) 860-0972
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Janice E. Grose, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“Janice is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Career Counselor. She is certified in trauma treatment and trained in EMDR She works with post-traumatic issues of sexual/physical abuse and with adult children who grew up in homes where mental/physical illness and/or substance abuse was present Over the past 10 years, she also has provided career development services to individuals and groups as well as employees from private and corporate businesses, associations, and government agencies. She is affectionately know as the “Resume Queen” because of her keen ability to enhance resumes, showcasing each client's distinctive strengths.
(703) 957-7882
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Lawrence Ballon, Psychiatrist  in Arlington
“As a Board Certified psychiatrist and a psychoanalyst, I am a medical doctor with specialized experience in understanding the brain and its psychological counterpart, the mind. With more than 30 years of experience treating thousands of patients, I am in a unique position to understand and help both the chemical imbalances which afflict some patients, as well as the troubling feelings, conflicts, and losses which burden others.
(703) 468-8141
Arlington, Virginia 22205
Alana Jacobs  in Arlington
“Are you suffering and can't seem to feel better? Are you feeling frustrated by issues that continuously resurface in your life? I work with clients to uncover maladaptive ways of coping in order to increase awareness and to help individuals make positive changes. By providing empathy, validation, and compassion, I create a warm and trusting atmosphere. I am interpersonally oriented and take an interactive approach to treatment. I teach clients to attune to their experiences and live in the present moment to increase understanding and acceptance. We will work together to observe thoughts, emotions, and behaviors to identify negative patterns and to set goals.
(703) 349-4768
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Renascence Center, LLC, Counselor  in Arlington
“Sometimes you just need someone to talk to. Someone who knows how to ask the right questions and really listen to your answers. I think counseling should be like talking to a really good friend, one who has knowledge of you and the connections which may be at work in your life, and who has permission to confront you and ask you hard questions. I am candid and direct with my clients, pointing out things that need to be looked at, and then helping them process and live out new insights. Integrating faith and values is important to me.
(540) 986-4032
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Susan Young, Counselor  in Arlington
“When we are unhappy and discontent, so too are our relationships. We are often so closely involved with our own problems, we can't see a constructive way forward. We need the help of an objective, trained professional to facilitate change. My goal in therapy is to improve my client's relationship with themselves, to help them find meaningful insights, to apply these insights to their life, and thereby experience freedom and new-found energy in self discovery.
(301) 456-0607
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Shelley Fontanella, Counselor  in Arlington
“Life can be difficult and at times leave wounds, but with some work, we can be restored. I am an interactive therapist who feels privileged to walk alongside of my clients through various life situations. I see counseling as a relationship where you set aside time to evaluate where you are in life and where you want to be. As the counselor, I see my job as helping you to problem solve difficult areas of your life and facilitate self investigation into your past and current behaviors and thoughts with the end goal of bringing you greater fulfillment.
(703) 468-8168
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Brian D Galway, Counselor  in Arlington
“If you are looking to reduce stress, build self-esteem or make a career change, then I can help. See Website for more details on services provided and for info on my new book The Ultimate Guide to a Balanced & Enriched Life------just $5.00) to get on the road to making positive changes to your personal and professional life.
(703) 933-1773
Arlington, Virginia 22206
Carolyn M Stueve, Counselor  in Arlington
“You are not alone. Feeling overwhelmed with life's issues can make us feel stuck and isolated. Sharing the load makes it easier to carry. I have a comfortable, warm, safe place in which to unburden. Together, we can explore solutions and strategies to get you moving again and feel supported throughout the process. Relationship building is my strength.
(703) 991-8750
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Dave Canter, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Are anxiety, anger, or the need to be perfect negatively impacting your life? Do you have problems with your relationships? I can help. I have helped people deal with these and many other issues. Often, my clients begin to feel relief after the first session. People find me warm, friendly, and caring - saying that talking with me is very helpful. I will provide you with a place where you can feel safe to talk about any problem or concern, knowing that you will be respected, supported, and well cared for in a professional and confidential manner.
(703) 291-1340
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic, Treatment Facility  in Arlington
“*Note: I provide community outreach throughout Maryland, Delaware and Virginia for Phoenix House in Arlington, Virginia.* For more than fifty years, Phoenix House of the Mid-Atlantic has been the area's leader in adolescent and adult substance abuse and co-occurring treatment, operating programs throughout the metropolitan Washington, DC area. Phoenix House offers a full continuum of care for clients struggling with substance abuse, addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders to include assessment, education, intensive out-patient and medically managed, gender specific residential treatment programs. We know that with a thorough assessment, appropriate comprehensive care and individualized treatment those struggling with substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorders can recover and reclaim their lives.
(703) 810-7623
Arlington, Virginia 22203
“Middle aged/senior issues; loss, illnesses, cancer, etc. A Christian/Catholic based approach to the dignity of the human person but I welcome people of all world views. Over 30 years of experience as a clinical psychologist, mental health administrator and graduate educator. I treat people individually and in groups from a family orientation.
(703) 348-0698
Arlington, Virginia 22202
Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic, Treatment Facility  in Arlington
“For more than fifty years, Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic has been the area's leader in adolescent and adult behavioral healthcare, operating programs throughout metropolitan Washington, DC area. Phoenix offers a full continuum of care for clients struggling with substance abuse, addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders to include assessment, education, intensive outpatient and medically managed gender specific residential treatment programs. We know that with a thorough assessment, appropriate comprehensive care and individualized treatment, those struggling with substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorders can recover and reclaim their lives.
(540) 751-4269
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Dana Lipsky, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Life can be overwhelming and sometimes we get "stuck" and need help navigating our way through tough obstacles. Therapy helps people identify, evaluate, and solve problems effectively. We will work together to set goals, examine difficulties, and find realistic solutions that provide relief and clarity. I utilize a warm interactive approach to treatment and incorporate empathy, honesty, and a sense of humor to create a safe and comfortable environment. Individuals are provided with the tools necessary to modify negative thinking and to make positive life changes. In my work with couples, I provide strategies to improve communication, manage conflict, and to solidify trust.
(703) 831-6008
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Jane Whitaker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have 30 years of clinical experience with individuals, couples, and group psychotherapy. I encourage clients to become more aware and accepting of their feelings and thoughts. This honesty and self-acceptance creates more clarity and more options for making desired changes, improving relationships, and feeling more expansive. I have an interactive style, I sometimes use humor, and clients tell me they feel safe and supported. Therapy is work, but can be very rewarding for both client and clinician.
(540) 724-1934
Arlington, Virginia 22206
Rebecca Hernandez-Hamilton, Counselor  in Arlington
“I have always been interested in how people cope and react to things around them, what motivates them to make certain decisions and how they handle their lives in this complicated world in which we live. I help individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, troubled relationships, cross cultural marriages, parenting, trauma and cultural adjustment. As a bilingual and bi-cultural therapist, (English/Spanish) I have the unique experience of having been raised in two cultures and have over 20 years of working with individuals from different cultures.
(703) 527-0777
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Maja Ivankovic, Psychologist  in Arlington
“We all have strengths and weaknesses. It is through learning about ourselves that we make the best of ourselves. In my practice the focus is not only on alleviating acute symptoms, but also helping individuals fulfill their potentials. For that, it takes collaborative relationship between the patient and the therapist. If you are motivated to change, consider taking the next step and engage in therapy.
(703) 935-4680
Arlington, Virginia 22202
Allison Hahn, Psychologist  in Arlington
“I work from the here-and-now experience in the room with patients to understand their relational patterns as well as the origins of these patterns. I see each patient as a unique individual with a complex fabric of genetic predisposition, attachment history, as well as a multitude of experiences and generated meanings about these experiences. I provide therapy in English and in Spanish to adults and couples. I also provide immigration evaluations for those in the process of establishing their residency. Issues commonly addressed in therapy include those related to anxiety, depression, post-traumatic symptoms and relational problems.
(703) 957-7453
Arlington, Virginia 22203
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