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Therapists in Washington

Gary Steven Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“INDIVIDUALS & COUPLES seeking a therapist are often looking for help with a particular concern. That's where we'll start. You'll find me a highly attuned, deeply respectful, collaborative, and capable partner in addressing the issues that matter to you today. Together, we'll likely find more than solutions. We'll find strengths, an intrinsic capacity for healing and growth, new skills, new ways of thinking, feeling, and relating, and renewed confidence.
(202) 800-1365
Patricia Anderson, Counselor  in Washington
“I have over 12 years experience counseling individuals, couples, and groups. I have advanced training in mindbody medicine and provide the Georgetown University School of Medicine with mindbody skills groups. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process. The goal is to gain insight about past experiences and relationships that influence your current choices and the problems you face. Together, we will use this insight to help you develop more satisfying responses to life’s challenges.
(202) 499-2465
Phyllis Kaye, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have been providing individual and couple therapy for 21 years. I have been told that my style is direct, compassionate and non-judgemental.
(202) 656-8970
Martha Blechar Gibbons, Psychiatric Nurse  in Washington
“Whether you are faced with a current challenge or trying to untangle a web of complicated issues from the past, we can work together to navigate a path toward a more gratifying and meaningful life. I am a nurse psychotherapist in private practice in a residential setting, with an office indoors and a garden area when weather permits. I am relational and eclectic in my approach, incorporating different modes of therapy designed to address the child, adolescent, adult or family's unique issues and concerns.
(202) 759-8317
Angela M Snyder, Psychologist  in Washington
“Often when people come to see me, they have been experiencing the pain and challenges of life much more than the pleasure, and they desire to feel better and enjoy life more fully. I have worked with men and women who experience this pain in many forms, including anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, eating disorders, grief, or the aftermath of trauma. In addition, I have worked extensively with immigrants, first generation citizens, international students and professionals, and people who consider themselves multicultural.
(202) 681-3923
Janis Leslie Evans, Counselor  in Washington
“Evans Counseling & Consultation, PLLC, is focused on providing individualized client service and satisfaction. As your therapist, it is my hope to meet your expectations as you seek to have your personal needs addressed and resolved through counseling. My goal is to build an alliance with you that promotes your dignity and respect while preserving your trust. Deeply rooted in faith and spirituality, I relate to my clients with genuine caring, sensitivity, and compassion. These basic principles will create a strong foundation to ensure your comfort and emotional safety, as I assist you on your journey toward successful problem resolution and return to optimal living.
(202) 670-1923
Laura Munder, Psychologist  in Washington
“I'm no longer seeing new patients. If you're someone I've worked with in the past, please feel free to call or email and I'll get back to you.
(202) 681-3915
Parker Kennedy Rea, Psychologist  in Washington
“My clients come to me for help regulating their emotions more effectively. We evaluate which particular factors- early developmental/family experiences, ongoing thought/behavior patterns, emergent life changes- are contributing to their individual situation, so that we can develop a personalized plan for therapy. With greater insight and skill, clients can experience greater resiliency to cope with life's transitions, whether it be becoming a parent, adjusting to life at college, or coping with other important changes.
(202) 760-3042
Matthew J. Quinn, Psychological Associate  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MHC, MBA
“Finding the right therapist is not easy. Looking at a picture and reading a few paragraphs that seemingly all sound the same can make it feel even harder. In an effort to relieve some of that stress, I offer a 20 minute free appointment in order for you to actually see what is being offered without the risk of a financial burden. We can work together to figure out if it is the right fit and how to get you to the place you desire. I specialize in emotion/anger management, identity, relationship issues, anxiety, and career counseling.
(718) 593-4061
Noah Meyers, Psychologist  in Washington
“In my view, the overarching aims of therapy can be boiled down to two main goals: First, that you - as my client - feel as comfortable and safe in the therapeutic setting as possible; and second, that you thrive as a person, whatever that may mean to you. As my client, I will spend time talking with you about what is important to you in your life, and I will also focus on the therapeutic relationship between us, because this can often be a window through which we can view other significant relationships in your life.
(202) 656-4942
Joy Kassett, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have been in practice for over 20 years, working with adults, children and adolescents in psychodynamic therapy and psychoanalysis. The frequency and duration of each treatment depends on the unique needs of every person; for example, a college student may be seeking short-term therapy to deal with the transition from home to school or an adult may be seeking longer term treatment to understand a pattern of failed relationships. Children are often referred by family members or school counselors, who provide valuable background information to help determine the best treatment. Ongoing collaboration with parents and professionals is essential.
(202) 417-3278
Michelle Sheahan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My practice focuses on helping you discover and support your authentic self. In psychotherapy, we work to understand and resolve your current problems in the context of your core beliefs and experiences. The therapy environment is a safe, trusting space for short-term problem solving or dedicated long-term work.
(202) 759-4425
Suzanne M Goldberg, Psychologist  in Washington
“In my experience of over 30years in clinical practice, I have learned to use a variety of approaches to help people with a broad range of life problems. I began with a grounding in psychoanalytic theory,tempered with an awareness of cultural and socio-economic differences, enhanced by a foundation in medicine. My way of working is to listen carefully to develop an understanding of each person's background, history and world view in order to help that person understand his/her motives, emotions,behavior in order to resolve conflicts and lead a more fulfilled life with more satisfying relationships.
(202) 643-4910
Carl Mojta, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CAC-I
“I offer a collaborative and systemic approach to therapy with couples, families and individuals. In addition to being a Clinical Fellow of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), I have specialized training in Internal Family Systems (IFS), an advanced mindfulness-based approach to improve emotional intelligence. I am currently pursuing a post-graduate program at the University of Michigan's Sexual Health Certification Program (Sex Therapy track). My areas of expertise and interests include substance abuse addiction, sex therapy, relational issues, military mental health care, step-family issues and multiculturalism.
(202) 803-8623 x7
Tamara J. Galinsky, Art Therapist  in Washington
Art Therapist, MA, ATR-BC, LCPAT
“My ideal client is committed to their own personal journey, and excited to have me along for the ride. I have used art therapy to treat symptoms of depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, self-injurious behavior, substance abuse, and eating disorders. I have also worked with survivors of acute trauma and chronic neglect, and found that art therapy can help these clients achieve successful interpersonal relationships, enhance self-awareness, develop healthy coping strategies, and improve general quality of life. I believe in the ability of art to heal even the most broken soul.
(202) 803-8406
Thomas J Coughlin, Counselor  in Washington
“Sometimes creating or maintaining a happy, satisfying life requires help. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I will listen and engage you in ways that support a life of balance, healing and growth.
(202) 738-5456
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
Rachel Kaplan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LCSWC
“Emotional suffering, whether from depression, anxiety, grief or harm and betrayal by others, is often invisible. While you may urgently desire help, shame and fear of exposure may make it difficult to get the help you want. In over thirty years of psychotherapy practice, I have learned to help patients find ways to face their worst fears and feel safer. Even desired change can bring fear of losing yourself. I think honestly confronting loss and limitaion can lead to freer decisons about living your life.
(202) 618-5562 x2
Lisa Franklin Topchik, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“'Maybe I should talk to someone' is often thought by a person considering therapy. Perhaps it's because a friend or family member has suggested it, or because you are grappling with a difficult issue. After deciding to pursue therapy, the next important step is choosing that 'someone' who is a good fit.
(240) 283-5657
Jamila Aisha Young, Psychologist  in Washington
“I believe that a supportive relationship between therapist and client is essential for therapy to be successful. As a clinical psychologist, I provide short and long-term psychotherapy to individuals and couples. I am trained in various treatment modalities, and tailor treatment based on the needs of my client. I have experience treating individuals and couples facing a wide variety of difficulties including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, academic/work stresses, and life transitions. I work collaboratively with clients, gaining deeper insight into their concerns while teaching practical techniques to foster new ways of being that are satisfying and rewarding.
(202) 629-0087

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.