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Therapists in Arlington

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
Jelena Kecmanovic - Dr K., Psychologist  in Arlington
“Are you tired of struggling with anxiety or worry? Has work or relationship stress become too much? Therapy can help. I have 15 years of clinical, research, and teaching experience, with particular expertise in the treatment of anxiety disorders and depression. I am committed to using the most effective treatments available, all the while building a strong, supportive therapeutic relationship. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) are my methods of choice, as they have been scientifically tested and proven to work. They are solution-focused, active, collaborative approaches, which bring about desired symptom and life changes.
(202) 800-2046
Arlington, Virginia 22209
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
Cara Schmid, Psychologist  in Arlington
“I specialize in providing treatment to adolescents and adults struggling with eating disorders, anxiety disorders, and Borderline Personality Disorder. I use a Cognitive Behavioral Approach when addressing eating and anxiety disorders and a comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy approach when treating individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder or related issues such as self-harm, impulsivity, and poor emotion regulation skills. I personalize each individual's treatment to help them achieve symptom resolution and improved emotional functioning using evidenced based treatment approaches.
(240) 293-0654
Arlington, Virginia 22202
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
Rebecca M Gradler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW
“Finding someone you can trust is key when choosing the right therapist. In my practice, I strive to create a safe and trusting relationship with my clients. Through active, compassionate listening, I will help you identify your needs and move toward a plan for healing and change. My hope is for every person, couple, or family to achieve the goal(s) he/she brings to therapy.
(202) 760-2899
Arlington, Virginia 22207
Aaron J. Dodini, Psychologist  in Arlington
“At Dodini Behavioral Health we are committed to personal growth & development, and living well with balance. We believe that psychotherapy can be very helpful to some in their pursuit of happiness and a remittance of symptoms like depression, anxiety, or relationship difficulty that keep them distracted from living the life they want. We're interpersonal in our style which fits our overarching philosophy that many of our issues develop and or are maintained in the context of our relationships. It makes sense to us that the best way to address these issues is in the context of a therapeutic relationship.
(703) 909-5101 x101
Arlington, Virginia 22209
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
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
Lorraine Wodiska, Psychologist  in Arlington
“I have been working with individuals, couples and groups for over 25 years. I see psychotherapeutic work as a collaborative process in which we thoughtfully consider the past personal history and how that impacts present feelings and behaviors. In a therapeutic environment of safety and compassion, we explore how to use that information to construct healthy relationships and a satisfying life. Recently, I have been working with Animal Assisted Psychotherapy. My 9-pound Shih-Tzu dog, Stella, is certified as a "Pet Partner" and she is in all individual, couples and group sessions assisting in the therapeutic process.
(703) 594-4396
Arlington, Virginia 22207
Sam Lashley, Psychologist  in Arlington
“My practice is designed to help people who are dissatisfied with the circumstances of their lives and believe that things can be different. Working with individuals, couples, and families, I guide my clients through an exploration of their unique life context as well as the current behavior patterns that are impediments to a healthy productive life. I encourage my clients to accept themselves and others, while offering strategies for altering behavior and challenging old assumptions that are no longer adaptive. By embracing acceptance and change, clients can find more meaningful and satisfying ways to experience themselves and their interpersonal relationships.
(703) 662-1972
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Joli Scorce Fekeci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are looking for a therapist with whom you can comfortably share your problems and everyday life issues that are interfering with your happiness and desires, I can help you develop a plan to address these concerns. I have worked in the mental health field for over 25 years. My undergraduate training at University of Virginia and graduate work at Catholic University focused on training in the psychodynamic approach. Today, I use a combination of that approach, which makes connections to previous experiences, with cognitive-behavioral techniques to help you think more positively and feel better in the present.
(703) 468-8053
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
Isabel B Kirk, Counselor  in Arlington
“If you are facing a crisis or difficult time, are tired of being in pain, not find what you want or need, don't know what to do with your partner, child, boss...situation, or simply want to improve your life, contact me. I will help you change your life! I work with depression & anxiety, trauma, relationships therapy (dating, marriage & couples counseling, intimacy problems), eating disorders & body image and healthy eating, maternity and postpartum, parenting and attachment, and grief due to break-ups, perinatal loss, and divorce. I am also devoted to the field of positive psychology and support people during common life transitions.
(703) 468-8650
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Karen J. Smith, Counselor  in Arlington
“I am a skilled listener and very insightful. I can help provide the expertise to hear your concern(s) and shine a new light on your situation. My resourcefulness and training will help us develop solutions.
(703) 791-9972
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Emma Sky Wolf, Counselor  in Arlington
“Worried? Anxious? Frustrated? Do you feel like your life could be going more smoothly? I can help! You don't have to live with feeling stuck or hopeless. I work with adolescents and adults who are struggling to feel better about themselves and find their places in the world. I work with people of all ages to build on their strengths and move gracefully through transitions.
(571) 386-2565
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Douglas L. Rizzo, Counselor  in Arlington
“You will encounter a counseling approach that focuses on building a strong, collaborative partnership between therapist and client. We will identify any challenges-limitations that may exist and will work to employ your personal strengths and tap into your resiliency. Emotional states such as depression, anxiety, anger, sadness, confusion, etc are often underlying symptoms of a deeper issue and not the problem itself. Effective therapy identifies the source(s) and addresses any root causes. Our goal will be to gain access into your intrinsic wisdom, into your inherent ability to heal, cope, adapt - and to grow from your life experiences.
(703) 596-2979
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
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
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
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