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Therapists in Washington

Alisa Marie Lewis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, PhD
“The decision to seek therapy is a sign of strength and start towards emotional healing. I work with clients to identify a plan, using treatment techniques molded specifically to your stated goals. Therapy can allow you to gain increased control over your life through sharing and exploring internal struggles. I believe that once you are able to experience feelings that may overwhelm you; the ability to make healthy decisions and manage emotions will improve significantly. I have witnessed the healing effects of treatment in my extensive work with individuals and families. I honor the whole person, and take into account family history, environment, and situational factors.
(202) 670-5955
DC Talk Therapy, LLC, Counselor  in Washington
“Is anxiety controlling your life? Are you feeling stuck in your career? Is your child struggling socially? Is infidelity or anger affecting your relationship? We have six therapists, with a combined 80 years of experience, who specialize in working with young adults (20s and 30s). We also provide counseling to children, teens and families, as well as couples counseling and group therapy. Evening and Saturday appointments are available. We primarily use cognitive-behavioral therapy to highlight clients' unhealthy thought patterns or irrational beliefs, which can lead to more positive behaviors. We've seen clients make tremendous progress -- sometimes life-changing.
(202) 681-3900
Shoba Nayar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Finding the right therapist is difficult, isn't it? So hard to tell from reading the profile if she will be a good match for you. Perhaps you are asking yourself questions like "Do I really want to do this?", "Can I speak freely to a stranger?", "How do I know she will understand me and my issues?", or "How does therapy work?" It's understandable to have reservations. Call/e-mail me to set up a free, no obligation session and we can address your concerns. You'll be able to tell if you feel safe and heard.
(301) 852-7391
The Meltzer Center,   in Washington
“The Meltzer Center provides a variety of low fee assessment and therapy mental health services to individuals within the Washington, DC metro area. We are located at George Washington University, near the Foggy Bottom metro. We offer evidence-based individual, family, and couples therapy (CBT, etc.) to address a wide variety of psychological problems, relationship issues, and personal concerns.
(202) 618-5182
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
Sarah K Brandel, Psychologist  in Washington
“I enjoy working with adults who want to better understand themselves and hope to live a more satisfying and authentic life. You may be facing an unusual challenge at home, in the workplace, or with your health. You may be contemplating a change of career, retirement or the pursuit of other life-long goals. If you are, you are trying to understand yourself better and hoping to make changes that will restore your sense of equilibrium and purpose. In my experience that is when therapy may be particularly helpful.
(301) 882-1365
LaNail R Plummer, Counselor  in Washington
“As humans, all people face difficult times in life. This common affect becomes more difficult as children, adolescents, and parents/adults are dealing with and/or attempting to manage various mental health issues. As a LPC, I can work with various clients and needs; however, I am best suited for children, adolescents,young adults, couples, parents and families. I value multiculturalism, solutions-focused work, and holistic practices.
(202) 803-8556
Tory Joseph, Counselor  in Washington
“I offer a warm, accepting approach to my clients. With over 20 years of experience as a workshop presenter, parent educator and counselor, I have experienced positive results with hundreds of families. Using Imago Relationship Therapy, I work with couples on improving relationships. Teaching positive parenting techniques, I help parents of both young children and teens to solve problems, and create a healthy, successful family life.
(202) 760-2889 x710
Kurt W Ela, Psychologist  in Washington
“I specialize in helping individuals, couples and families to overcome difficult patterns of behavior that may be holding them back from satisfaction in their life. I am a Licensed Psychologist with a BA from Amherst College and a Doctorate from George Washington University. In addition to providing individual psychotherapy, I am an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University Hospital where I am involved in teaching medical students and supervising therapy cases for Psychiatry Residents.
(202) 803-8529
Samantha Sweeney, Psychologist  in Washington
“Family Psychological Services of Capitol Hill is truly a family-oriented practice. I am a licensed psychologist who strives to serve all family members who may need support. This includes children, adolescents, young adults, parents, caregivers, extended family members, and the entire family system. I have helped many individuals and families understand the emotional, behavioral, and familial patterns that are keeping them from becoming their optimal selves. Additionally, I have special training and interest in working with those from diverse backgrounds and in unique family situations.
(202) 759-6408
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
Sara Kittrie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MED, LICSW
“I offer a listening ear to identify the core issues that are getting in the way of your growth, change and a more satisfying life. We will seek to identify your strengths and together we can explore with homework and skill building exercises ways to increase mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotional management and distress tolerance.
(202) 800-2026
Angela Fowler-Hurtado, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW
“I am a relationally focused and trauma informed therapist, committed to creating a safe space in therapy in order to facilitate real and lasting healing. I believe every person has the ability to make positive changes to move toward healing, even in the face of difficult or challenging experiences. I often work with clients who have experienced traumatic or overwhelming events. Such experiences may have happened recently or many years ago. In therapy there are a number of tools I use to help decrease disturbing feelings and reactions after trauma including EMDR, mind-body focus, and expressive therapy tools.
(202) 760-4452
Jeffrey Jay, Psychologist  in Washington
“In therapy, the focus inevitably turns to the balance between self and others. Being responsible for one's own needs while being responsive to others, whether in a relationship, school, or at work is a dynamic, and sometimes confounding, process. How do you find that balance, being true to oneself and a truely caring person? That's the work of therapy. I work with individuals, couples, families, and students. I have a recognized expertise with severe psychological trauma, depression, anxiety, and marital problems including infidelities. I am proud to have been twice highly recommended by Washingtonian Magazine.
(202) 688-5479
Daniel Mark Podell, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I am a psychiatrist and psychotherapist who treats adults and older adolescents with a wide range of psychological difficulties. My treatment approach stems from both my medical/psychiatric background and my extensive training in insight-oriented psychotherapy. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to the individual needs of each of my patients. I work with patients to help them better understand the nature of the difficulties they have been facing, and identify and make lasting progress towards their personal goals.
(202) 759-2515
Re-New Psychological Services, Psychologist  in Washington
“We use a strength-based, developmental approach in our work with clients. Rather than highlighting pathology in your life, we identify the ways in which you successfully navigate life's challenges and help you develop new tools to overcome any roadblocks you may encounter.
(202) 684-2662
Jessica M Chan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Life can sometimes turn difficult and painful, and at these times, reaching out for help can be reassuring and powerful. If you are feeling depressed, distressed, or anxious I can help. Together you and I will sift through the layers, untangle the thicket, and emerge more certain and clear. As we understand you better, we can use that knowledge to carve out a new path for you, one that offers greater ease and contentment.
(703) 468-8073
Full Circle Creative Healing, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“I enjoy working with clients who are spiritual, who seek personal growth, and who want help with relationship, health and/or work issues. Your interest is wholistic and body-centered, meaning we explore links between thoughts, emotions, spiritual insight and somatic (body) responses. Somatic work is especially helpful to assist with healing anxiety, grief, illness and trauma.
(202) 559-4856
Sarah Schmermund, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“What happened to my marriage? Am I doing the right things as a parent? There are times when we are all faced with challenges or difficulties to which we do not have all the answers. Therapy can help with challenges and issues that make life complicated and even difficult. I am here to help. Many of the issues and unhappiness that may ultimately split up a marriage or family can be prevented or repaired. In my work as a therapist, I am privileged to help people improve their relationships, their families and their lives.
(202) 800-1082
Tyger Latham, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work with men and women who are confused or dissatisfied with their lives and who are looking for a safe place to discuss these personal concerns. Whether you are seeking individual therapy or couples counseling, I listen carefully to what you have to say while working collaboratively to address your individual needs.
(202) 684-8410
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 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 Washington you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Washington and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Washington or family therapy in Washington.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Washington, 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.