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Therapists in Springfield

Nancy Morgan Scott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Are you unable to experience joy in your life? Do you want to feel more connected to your significant others? if you decide to work with me, together we will embark on a journey where we will discover what is interfering with a more satisfying life, and then change thoughts, behaviors and/or environments to create a life you love. Sometimes that involves looking at whether God does or doesn't feel present. Sometimes there are physiological factors at work, and medication may be helpful as an adjunct.
(703) 935-4888 x207
Springfield, Virginia 22152
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), pediatric psychology, and family therapy. I work with children and families on a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, attention disorders/executive dysfunction, stress, coping with medical illness, learning disabilities, neuropsychological challenges, and developmental issues. I also have extensive experience in conducting psychological and neuropsychological evaluations for children and adolescents with school difficulties, developmental problems, and other issues. Along with evaluation, I can assist with interpreting and implementing treatment plans and related recommendations in consultation with parents, teachers, and other professionals (e.g., medical doctors, speech-language therapists, tutors).
(571) 389-8970
Springfield, Virginia 22150
Bethany Felisa Miracle-Larson,   in Springfield
“Do you see yourself as powerless, discouraged, and unable to move forward? Do you view your world through problem-focused lenses, rather than seeing the endless number of possibilities? If that sounds like you, we can work together to discover solutions to your challenges, new paths to move you forward, and more importantly, uncover your inner-strengths that will develop the confidence needed to move you toward living your dreams . Whether you are engaged, in transition or stuck, suffering with marital discord, shame, loss, depression, or low self-esteem, we can work together to create the life you desire.
(571) 384-4481
Springfield, Virginia 22151
James Warbasse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Adults, couples, teens, and families are my primary focus. When life experiences become stressful and overwhelming, I offer a safe place for the exploration of what may be keeping you from fulfilling your potential. Every person has strengths and resources from which to draw; however, at times one's own life circumstances may get in the way of accessing your true potential. Lets work together to see if there is a theraputic solution for the isssues at hand.
(571) 222-4679
Springfield, Virginia 22151
Circle Of Hope Therapeutic Services Inc.,   in Springfield
“Circle of Hope Therapeutic Services is commited to providing the highest quality, solution based, goal directed mental wellness services for youth and adults. We focus on enhancing their quality of life through skill building activities that facilitate improvement in the functionality of the whole person: physical, mental and social. We believe that everyone, young and old, want to be and desire to live up to their full potential. This, we believe, is a vital transformative concept and forms the basis of our efforts to assist individuals in their effort to find a path that leads from HOPE into WELLNESS.
(443) 971-3015
Springfield, Virginia 22150
Joan Normandy-dolberg, Counselor  in Springfield
“As director of Family Counseling of Springfield I employ a compassionate, strength-based approach in my work with individuals, couples and families. I enjoy working with individuals experiencing changes in their life. In 2008-2009 I served as President of the Virginia Association of Clinical Counselors (VACC), and I am currently a Board member of the American Mental Health Counseling Association (AMHCA).
(703) 569-1971
Springfield, Virginia 22152
Kelly Manya, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PLLC
“As a therapist, I have worked with individuals struggling with a variety of issues. I employ a compassionate, nonjudgemental, strength based approach. I specialize in working with clients who are experiencing symptoms related to depression, anxiety, family conflict, self-esteem issues, divorce, grief/loss, and stress management. My relationship with each client is a partnership designed to set goals that can be achieved which in turn will enhance the quality of your life.
(703) 919-1666
Springfield, Virginia 22152
John-Mike Nelson, Counselor  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
“You're not alone! Millions each year seek counseling and therapy for good reasons. For many it's a secret. You may have a challenge with drug or alcohol abuse that is causing you to lose sight of your career path or your family values. Counselors and therapists understand this and can provide the help you need to get back on track before it's too late. The help you need to get back to the person you used to be.
(703) 639-4933
Springfield, Virginia 22152
“We all need help at times to understand our feelings. Mindfulness-based therapy facilitates awareness, insight and the ability to plow into inner wisdom to heal self and reach one's full potential. Mindfulness experience increases an inner peace that remains present through life's challenges. The ability to facilitate change requires first acceptance of feelings, and thoughts. Mindfulness and compassion then facilitates change and new behaviors begin to emerge. The benefits include no longer being afraid, angry or anxious, life-skills improve resulting in a better understanding of goals and values and thus growth as an individual.
(703) 596-8316
Springfield, Virginia 22151
LuAnn C. Oliver, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
“I believe in the human capacity to heal and that we can recover from difficult personal and relationship challenges if we have the right tools. I am certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), an evidenced based model that helps individuals and couples learn to establish deeper, more satisfying connections. I help couples overcome the affects of infidelity, infertility, intimacy, grief and loss, career challenges, and addiction. I also help individuals struggling with dating and other close relationships. As a mother of three young boys I also have a special interest in postpartum depression, parenting, and transition to parenthood.
(703) 991-7301
Springfield, Virginia 22151
Brynnan Reddy, Counselor  in Springfield
“As a therapist, I view counseling as a collaborative journey in healing and growth. I strive to provide a comfortable, confidential, and non-judgmental space where clients can engage in an interactive process to get the assistance they are looking for. I have extensive experience working with anxiety and mood disorders, self-esteem, eating disorders, impulse control disorders, relationship concerns, family conflict, crisis management, emotion regulation, self harm, grief and loss, domestic violence, and trauma.
(571) 253-7037
Springfield, Virginia 22152
Elizabeth Lopez Lingeman, Counselor  in Springfield
“I am a bilingual (English/Spanish) therapist practicing in the northern Virginia/Metropolitan DC region for over 15 years. I am a licensed professional counselor and marriage and family therapist. My emphasis and training includes the treatment of and consultation for: depression, relationship difficulties, infidelity, anxiety, adoption, parenting issues and gender identity crisis. I have extensive experience assisting clients cope with acculturation issues and challenges commonly faced by immigrant populations. I would love to discuss with you different ways that I could help you achieve your life goals.
(703) 520-1070
Springfield, Virginia 22151
Maria Stewart, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Congratulations on taking the first step to healing and growth. Recognizing you have a problem and need assistance is a sign of wisdom, not weakness. I would love to discuss your issue and begin to work toward a solution in whatever area you are struggling. All our work is confidential. No matter what issue you present, there is hope. I have experience in dealing with military issues, as well as typical relationship issues such as marriage and parenting problems. In addition, I work with individuals who experience anxiety, depression, and many other behavioral health symptoms.
(703) 822-7408
Springfield, Virginia 22150
Natalie Smith, Psychologist  in Springfield
“One of the most important gifts to yourself is to know your own truth with confidence. To have peace and mindfulness. Disorders and symptoms caused by untreated depression, anxiety, trauma, transitions, divorce, addictions, and mental illness can impair one's confidence and clarity of sound mind and body. I offer a humanistic approach that allows for the person to explore h/herself in a safe and nonjudgemental space. Given that each person is unique with varying needs, the type of intervention and skills will vary. Although the process may not always be easy, it is essential that you feel safe.
(540) 923-0947
Springfield, Virginia 22151
“I'm the Habit Maven. I provide proven motivational strategies to help people stop the habits you hate and start the ones they love. You are my perfect client if you need motivation and coping strategies to banish unwanted habits (such as smoking and overeating), self-sabotage, procrastination, phobias, anxiety, fears, and insomnia. Additionally, if you want to start a new habit (like exercising, or effectively managing recurring stress), or if you want to access more of your personal strengths and confidence in specific situations, I'm the counselor/coach for you. Facebook fanpage:
(703) 436-1308
Springfield, Virginia 22151
Goldye P Donner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Goldye Donner, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, has been in the practice of counseling and psychotherapy since 1972. Her broad, holistic practice focuses on the development and reclaiming of strengths and resources and includes individual, couples; family and group work with adolescents and adults. She has a special interest in working with adults who suffered childhood abuse and neglect. Additionally hypnosis is available for stress and weight management, self-improvement, and smoking cessation. She has postgraduate training in family systems therapy, psychodrama, meditation, smoking cessation, hypnotherapy, stress management, eye movement integration (EMI), work with trauma survivors, and neurolinguistic programming.
(540) 738-0975
Springfield, Virginia 22150
Anne Edwards, Psychologist  in Springfield
“I realize that sharing the most intimate details of your life with a stranger can feel really vulnerable. I work to create a space in which you feel safe, accepted, connected, and supported in sharing your struggles. Having such an environment can help you gain insight about yourself, patterns of interacting with others, and how to bring about change.
(703) 349-4579
Springfield, Virginia 22151
Angela Luzio Boone, Psychologist  in Springfield
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and I see children, adolescents, adults, and couples in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental environment. I work with individuals and families working through trauma, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. In addition, I often see children suffering from low self-esteem, ADHD and other behavioral struggles. I offer a holistic approach working with both individuals and sometimes their families to provide the best care and outcomes for those in need. Working with parents is usually an important piece to helping a child.
(703) 582-8858
Springfield, Virginia 22151
Brenda Rozier-Clark, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EdD, LMFT, LPC, Certifi, Imago
“A clinician in Imago Relationship Therapy, I believe that every person is imbued with wisdom, well being, and a desire for connection to another. In a respectful, safe, and professional atmosphere, I help you create a new vision of your relationship/marriage and to take action steps to make it so. In practicing respectful communication and constructive intentional dialogue and inviting behavior change requests, you will be able to resolve persistent conflicts, forgive and heal past wounds, enhance intimacy and romance, eliminate persistent destructive reactivity, and come to appreciatiate legitimate and different needs of yourself and your partner.
(703) 866-9999
Springfield, Virginia 22151
Treona Bateman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with adults who want to make changes in their lives but are unsure how to move forward. People come to me with a problem, often feeling that life has more to offer but something is holding them back. They want to reduce their current level of stress and replace it with fulfilling relationships, success at work, and more happiness. If you have been trying to improve your life in any of these areas and are struggling to see changes, contact me to get help moving forward. Counseling can help you create the changes you have been craving.
(703) 596-3466
Springfield, Virginia 22150

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