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Depression Therapists in Washington

Sara Shiffman, Psychiatric Nurse  in Washington
“I am a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) specializing in the treatment of depression, anxiety, bipolar illness, chronic pain, and addiction. I work collaboratively with individuals and their families, and other mental health and medical providers. My goal is to help you customize a plan that enables you to find lasting change. This plan may involve medication, therapy, or a combination of both.
Depression
(202) 759-4452
Susan Berlin & Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“I believe that the gems that you receive from the work on yourself come from understanding yourself more fully in order to have more choices in your life and improve your relationships. The more you know about yourself, the more you can choose what you want for your life. Before you have insight into yourself, life and circumstances choose you through old patterns, faulty belief systems, addiction and psychological wounds from your past.
Depression
(202) 600-9136
Christine Greer O'Connor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Are you in your 20's or 30's and entering a new phase in your life? Nervous about all of the changes? You may be experiencing a quarter-life crisis. Life transitions, like graduating from college, moving to a new place, ending a relationship, or getting engaged, can feel overwhelming. Changes that result from life transitions are an inevitable part of life, and much of our happiness depends on how we navigate these times of transition. As a licensed psychotherapist in practice for the past 10 years, I have helped many clients successfully work through their quarter-life crisis.
Depression
(202) 630-2519
Belinda Lehman, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist in the District of Columbia. I work with adolescents and adults struggling with life transitions, relationship issues, women's health issues, infertility, anxiety and depression. I also work with couples seeking help with communication and better understanding one another. My work is informed by psychodynamic principles. I would be happy to speak with you by phone and answer any questions you might have about my approach and practice.
Depression
(202) 738-4862
Melvin Cauthen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C
“I am a licensed clinical psychotherapist in private practice licensed in the District of Columbia and the State of Maryland. I work with individuals, couples and families to address their concerns and strengthen their relationships. My practice also includes counseling individuals struggling with weight loss issues. My practice is focused on motivated, interactive communication. I will work with you to achieve the solutions to the problems that are weighing you down and keeping you from being the person that you want to be. Together, we will develop a plan for change, growth and acceptance.
Depression
(202) 499-7607
Umi Chong, Psychologist  in Washington
“I'm a licensed clinical psychologist trained at Harvard Medical School and GWU. Occasionally, we notice patterns of thinking--behaving--experiencing others and ourselves, which can feel very old, familiar, and frustrating. Or, we can be hit by unanticipated life circumstances like loss, transitions, identity shifts, or trauma that leave us feeling overwhelmed, scared, and stuck----where existing strengths and coping skills seem no longer effective. Through a dynamic and collaborative process, I help clients understand and transform their old ways of being to feel more connected, anew, and, ultimately, to better flourish in their relationships, work, and within themselves.
Depression
(571) 384-8865
Joseph W. LaFleur, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, MBA
“My main focus is to make you feel comfortable, understood and to experience solutions derived from your personality. I work with a host of issues including problematic relationships, anxiety, depression, identity confusion, roles, addiction recovery and sexuality. Some are having difficulty making decisions, questioning aspects of life, bored with social interactions, insecure about the future, or repeating unhealthy patterns. Maybe you are grieving, experiencing separation or break-up, having problems speaking with or understanding your partner/s, dealing with being in, leaving or starting college. Sometimes you are just trying to figure out how to enjoy life.
Depression
(202) 559-4759
Christina Jo Moynihan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I've been practicing social work and psychotherapy in community mental health agencies and have studied under experts in psychoanalysis & psychoanalytic psychotherapy since 2004. I utilize a strength-based, psycho-dynamic blend of interventions tailored individually for each patient, couple, & family. I've participated on committees with DC's HIV/AIDS Administration, have served as co-investigator to a study aimed to eliminate barriers to mental healthcare, and have managed the implementation of NIH and CDC research studies. It is with sincere pleasure that I offer you my expertise, education, and compassion aimed to meet your needs.
Depression
(917) 746-5802
Amy Kohn McNelly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CAC-II
“Often the circumstances that bring a person into therapy feel monumental and shameful. Other times the reasons for seeking therapy are unclear or hard to identify. Regardless of magnitude, life's struggles matter. They are real, and, because we are human, they are complicated. The relationship my patient and I build is the most important aspect determining the effectiveness of the therapy we do. When it feels restorative, shared, and caring, the relationship provides a uniquely valuable context in which we can take on struggles and uncertainties together, while we learn about the patient's individual needs, values, and difficulties.
Depression
(301) 658-2495
Kenneth L Rothbaum, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“Certified in CBT and schema therapy. "My goal is to use newer and more effective therapies in order to reduce suffering. Kenneth Rothbaum, M.D. As an MD,I can prescribe medication and practice newer,more effective psychotherapies. I am the only psychiatrist in the region that is certified and using CBT and schema therapy. These therapies may shorten the duration of treatment. I practice CBT - cognitive behavioral therapy for more immediate problems and newer psychotherapies - Schema and Modal therapies for more complex problems. I treat the OCD and depression.
Depression
(202) 680-9096
“I have been providing professional and clinical psychotherapy to individuals, groups, couples and families for over 30 years. I have extensive experience in working with clients that are suffering from anxiety, depression, intermittent suicide ideations, mood swings, ADHD and unmet expectations.
Depression
(703) 662-3932
Sandy Kilada, Counselor  in Washington
“Do you feel inundated by life experiences, events, or relationships that deplete your personal resources? You may be seeking relief from a hectic life that has you drained, anxious, or depressed. Some people keep pain inside because they don't want others to know they are hurting, while others just don't know how to make the pain go away. You don't have to suffer or figure this out on your own.
Depression
(540) 227-8966
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.
Depression
(202) 618-5562 x2
Bea Von Watzdorf, Counselor  in Washington
“I love working with my clients. Spanning in age from 20s-60s, they are male and female and come from a variety of backgrounds. Most of them come to therapy initially because of some discomfort, usually the result of an imbalance in their lives. It may be that they're struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, loss, interpersonal difficulties, perfectionism, procrastination, shaken self-confidence, low self-esteem, and /or trauma. They stay because they feel supported, understood, and increasingly able to handle life's challenges.
Depression
(202) 600-8302
Joseph Michael Jeral, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I use talk therapy and, when necessary, medications, to help people get to a place in which they can listen to their own voice, and use their own strengths, to cope with life's challenges, to establish a meaningful vision for their life, and to carry it out. I help people with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and career difficulties.
Depression
(202) 601-3747
Meredith Gardner, Counselor  in Washington
“I work with children, adolescents, adults, and families on a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, communication, divorce, grief, relationships and behavior management. I am primarily cognitive behavioral and take an active role in therapy, challenging clients to explore alternative ways to deal with their issues while creating a trusting and caring environment.
Depression
(202) 609-8914
Fernando De Greef, Counselor  in Washington
“Inspired by the passion of the clinical field, I became Professional Counselor to help people improving their quality of living. It means that it does no matter what the initial phase of the persons existing living arrangements, the quality of life can be improved through professional counseling. My diverse and intense professional working experience added to the qualified academic, and certified credentials gained; makes me a valuable, suitable and responsible therapist with a strong understanding of human behavior in extreme situations that provides private and confidential therapy, safe environment of treatment, and ethical standards of practice for all clients.
Depression
(703) 297-8608
Mindy Jacobs, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a diplomate in counseling psychologywith over 25 years experience.I work with a variety of issues. At the core, I connect with my patients empathically. I am intuitive and skilled with regard to interpreting feelings and thoughts. I readily connect the heart and head, and help people get unstuck and translate internal changes into behavioral changes.I am passionate about my work. Please view my website at www.drmindyjacobs.com or my blog at grouptherapydc.wordpress.com
Depression
(202) 618-9666
Timothy Ellsworth, Psychologist  in Washington
“I typically see people who are feeling stuck, confused, in pain, and/or dissatisfied with their lives or relationships. I work with individual adults. My patients are usually interested in exploring what is behind their troubles, in addition to wanting to resolve their symptoms.
Depression
(202) 999-3364
Margo Ruth Aron, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C, LICSW
“I am an experienced psychotherapist trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. I received my advanced training at the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis. I have been practicing for 20 years and work with adults ages 20 and over. I have worked extensively with patients suffering from depression, anxiety, relationship issues, work related problems, marital issues and issues of low self esteem. I also have an expertise in couples therapy.
Depression
(202) 568-8355
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Depression Therapists
If you're looking for help with depression in Washington or for a Washington depression Therapist, these Therapists provide depression therapy (and depression therapies), depression treatment and depression help in Washington. They include depression Therapists, depression psychologists, depression psychotherapists and depression counselors in Washington. They can help with relationship Therapist in Washington. A Therapist can help with post partum depression, feeling depressed, depression anxiety as well as teen depression. Therapists provide Washington depression counseling, depression support, referrals to depression support groups in Washington and Washington depression groups. If you're depressed in Washington, get help from one of these depression specialists.

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.