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Patricia C Olson, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Are you unhappy, sad, stuck, conflicted or stressed? These feelings can be more challenging to manage than a physical illness. After years as an emergency/critical care RN, I changed from a medical to a psychodynamic focus. I recognize how difficult it is to seek help. I will work with you to build a safe trusting relationship in order to resolve your difficulties with workplace and/or family stress and conflict, relationship difficulties, parenting challenges, grief and loss, feelings of anxiety and depression, LGBT issues, medical/health concerns, and sexual assault/traumas.
(703) 997-0873
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Anton W DeRosa,   in Arlington
“Since 2010, I have provided support and guidance to many individuals, couples, and families, helping them to make positive changes in their lives. As a therapeutic Life Coach I will be your advocate for change, your coach for personal growth, your promoter of purpose. I believe that all of us have the competency and strength to transform our lives into the fulfilling journey we wish it to be.
(914) 425-5520
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic, Treatment Facility  in Arlington
“TRICARE certification at Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic (PHMA) for our Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and our Adolescent Boys and Girls Recovery Lodges (BRL & GRL). Phoenix House is now in-network with Health Net Federal Services/TRICARE North Region. For more than fifty years, Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic has been the area's leader in adolescent and adult behavioral healthcare, operating programs throughout 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.
(571) 620-5034
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Joanna Marino, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Dr. Marino specializes in treating Anorexia Nervosa, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Anxiety Disorders with evidence-based practice and empirically supported treatments. She uses collaborative Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Exposure with Response Prevention and Maudsley Family Based Treatment approaches. Dr. Marino also has extensive experience treating food aversions/selective eating, trichotillomania, skin picking, and depression.
(571) 257-3361
Arlington, Virginia 22202
Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic, Treatment Facility  in Arlington
“For more than fifty years, Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic has been the area's leader in adolescent and adult behavioral healthcare, operating programs throughout 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) 940-0598 x1
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Sonal Jagasia, Psychiatrist  in Arlington
“Dr. Jagasia is a psychiatrist who is passionate about the care she provides to her patients. She has a special interest in treating individuals who suffer from anxiety disorders--including generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social phobia, and specific phobias. Dr. Jagasia's approach is unique as she utilizes both medications and mindfulness/cognitive behavioral approaches in therapy to treat anxiety disorders.
(571) 253-7289 x2
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Meredyth Biggs,   in Arlington
“I am passionate about using the basic behavioral principles of applied behavior analysis to help individuals make socially significant changes in their behavior and lead more independent, fulfilling lives. I specialize in autism and the treatment of those with intellectual or developmental disabilities, however; applied behavior analysis can be used with all people of all ages, with and without disabilities. My particular interests supporting individuals and their families as they address severe challenging behaviors such as aggression and self-injury. I help change problem behavior into adaptive communication. I believe anyone can learn, given the right environment.
(703) 468-4482
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Gloria Carpenter, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Difficulties coping with change, loss, or getting along with others? Anxiety and mood disorders can be disrupting and immobilizing! Whether you're having problems moving forward or adjusting to the changes you've made in life, my experience in grief, identity issues, infertility, sexual dysfunctions, and couples therapy informs my work to bring about success and promote active healing. I use an interpersonal framework of evidence-based theories to help you improve your relationships and understand your behaviors. This work is especially effective for young adults struggling with identity crises, anxiety, & mood disorders.
(513) 278-2631
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Michael Joseph Brenneis, Counselor  in Arlington
“I am an interactive therapist who uses the therapeutic relationship as the entry point for exploring the thoughts, feelings, and habits that have become difficult for the client. I believe that people are natural learners who have become who they are through what they have learned from experience, and that psychotherapy is a focused and intentional way of continuing to learn about life, self, and relationship in ways that help a person move toward more effective and satisfying ways of living. I am optimistic, as I believe that as long as we are talking there is always hope for improvement.
(703) 957-7419
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Marie P Cetoute, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer mental health counseling and personal development life coaching services. I'm committed to a partnership with individuals interested in working through their challenges, along with investment in creating positive life changes to encourage increased emotional balance. Psychotherapy: I work with individuals experiencing issues like trauma, sadness, anxiety, anger, or stress. I have specialized experience working with individuals in the military and their family members, addressing issues like difficulties transitioning back to home life, marital conflict, financial, or occupational stress.
(703) 794-4496
Arlington, Virginia 22203
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
Kristin Heinz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MBA, MSW, LCSW, LICSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works with adolescents, adults, and couples. My area of expertise is grief and bereavement work. Grief results from many different kinds of losses. Whether you are struggling with the death of loved one, the ending of a long-term relationship, the loss of a job, or even an identity crisis stemming from a major life change, such as marriage, birth of a child, retirement, or medical diagnosis, you may be experiencing a variety of emotions typical with grief. Working through these emotions is essential in order to heal.
(571) 418-6933
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Amy M V Bowers, Psychologist  in Arlington
“It takes admirable courage to seek fuller understanding of ourselves, our struggles, and new ways of living. I provide a trusting, respectful setting to examine concerns closely and thoughtfully. My approach is empathic, warm, and marked by compassionate curiosity about one's difficulties and beneficial ways to address them. I emphasize increasing awareness of the issues in question and developing coping responses that are useful, intentional, and aligned with one's needs and values. Successful psychotherapy is challenging, rewarding work aiming toward deeper self-awareness, genuine and fulfilling relationships, and consideration of situational factors that contribute to difficulties.
(703) 828-0371
Arlington, Virginia 22209
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
Potomac Behavioral Solutions, Treatment Facility  in Arlington
“Potomac Behavioral Solutions specializes in outpatient treating eating disorders, anxiety, OCD, trauma, and emotion regulation disorders. We also offer psychological assessment and diagnostic services for routine or treatment-resistant emotional or behavioral health concerns including ADHD, Learning Disorders, and Personality Disorders.
(571) 366-4384
Arlington, Virginia 22202
Rolando J. Díaz, Psychologist  in Arlington
“My practice serves a wide variety of persons, emphasizing depression and anxiety. I work with children as young as four, but the majority of my practice now centers on work with adults. My client and I try to develop a collaborative relationship that incorporates various elements, including expectations for outcome, open communication with my client, and the creation of an environment that fosters trust. I favor a pragmatic, experience-based approach that emphasizes coping skills, resilience, and each person's strengths. I also emphasize an understanding and respect for the role that emotions play in decision-making.
(703) 596-1324
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Jim Balick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Jim has been in clinical practice since 1983. He helps individuals and couples work through relationship issues, adjustment and life-stage issues, workplace/ career issues, separation/divorce/recovery issues, parenting and co-parenting, aging parents, and substance abuse issues. He has an active, conversational style, and listens carefully for client goals and needs. He teaches skill-building tools and approaches, especially for improving communications. He encourages constructive dialogue and behavior, identifies blind spots, offers valuable suggestions, and facilitates insight to identify and process confusing emotions and ideas.
(703) 722-8076
Arlington, Virginia 22201
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
Karen Karafin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Feeling confused and overwhelmed? I can help sort things out. My specialty is working with individuals and couples who find themselves going around in circles, caught in their own thoughts. I work with your strengths. Together we can figure out how to start where you are and maximize your ability to move toward your best possible life. My style is active and collaborative. I know many ways to help people get unstuck. There is no reason to continue to live with life patterns that are not serving you well!
(703) 671-7668
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Caroline Hall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“After 22 years of clinical experience with individuals and couples, I believe the process of psychotherapy strengthens relationships with the self and others, bringing both insight and opportunities for new ways of being.
(703) 957-7782
Arlington, Virginia 22201
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