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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists in Washington

Brooke Baker, Counselor  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, CCTP, CCFP, ATR-BC
“I work with adults on an individual basis. My clinical expertise is in the treatment of mood disorders (ie. bipolar disorder and major depression), anxiety disorders, and addiction. The most common theme I see in my practice is an overwhelming and seemingly unmanageable anxiety - often co-occurring with its best buddies, depression and/or addiction. Other areas I am skilled in include: low self-worth, poor self-image, negative self-talk, health anxiety (hypochondriasis), decision paralysis, identity exploration, suicidality, self-harming behaviors, career development, codependency, insomnia, relational problems, and trauma.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(240) 821-6934
Simona Dumitrescu Murnick, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“In psychotherapy, we activate the body's powerful, inborn capacity to heal using the safety of the treatment relationship. During your first visit, we will talk about what brings you in at this time, and what your goals are. You can expect that I will work collaboratively with you to determine how best to help you or your child. I feel comfortable integrating a broad range of tools including prescribing medication if needed. I am an experienced, caring clinician who enjoys working with people who are facing a variety of challenges.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 656-7911
Wendy Allison Lehman, Counselor  in Washington
“Over the past 10 years as a psychotherapist for adults, children, and adolescents, I have had the honor of supporting my clients' journeys of healing and growth. I provide deep listening, respect, and a safe space for clients to reflect and expand self-awareness. We will work as a team to identify and achieve your individualized therapeutic goals. As a result of therapy, my clients have been able to: Improve decision-making, manage difficult emotions with integrity, have loving relationships with family, and let go of old fears and hurt, to enjoy life in the present.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 759-3906
Micah Brady, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Not able to get through to your partner? Can't figure out why you're always fighting? Want to figure out if you're right for each other? Among my specialties working with couples and individuals, I enjoy finding alternative ways to cope with stress, to relax, and revitalize yourself. I like to use an approach that teaches simple skills, which is great for couples or individuals who are ready to give counseling a try. My approach to therapy is creative, lively and experiential. You'll get real tools that you can start using right away.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 517-2764
Karen Pumphrey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Have you been thinking: "I want to talk to someone about this." I can help. I have 15 years of training and experience working with adults coping with what life has thrown at them. I work with people experiencing the effects of anxiety, depression, trauma, and addictions. We work together to explore patterns and connections in your life to gain insight into the issues and to develop skills and strategies to make the positive changes you want.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 670-5967
Gilda T. Clarke, Counselor  in Washington
“As Eleanor Roosevelt so eloquently professed, "the purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience." Sounds simple, doesn't it? Most of us want to experience a rich and rewarding life, but sometimes events throw us off balance and we lose our footing. A compassionate and trustworthy counselor provides a safe respite for individuals to discuss feelings, explore patterns of behavior, and share deepest confidences. I have helped individuals with anxiety, depression, low self esteem, ADHD, career challenges, relationship issues, grief, and life transitions.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(954) 880-3960
The MECCA Group LLC, Psychologist  in Washington
“The MECCA Group is comprised of a clinically and culturally diverse team of professionals who provide comprehensive services for children, adolescents, young adults, and their support systems in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area. Our dedicated team of therapeutic professionals consists of psychologists, social workers, counselors, behavior analysts, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, vocational specialists, and special educators. All professional team members have extensive knowledge and experience in providing evidence-based practices as well comprehensive holistic care to help all clients reach their highest potential and to Live Fully.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 759-8874
Life Transitions Counseling  in Washington
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, frustrated or sad? I understand how tough that can be. After a 23-year marketing career, I made a mid-life career change after deciding what I really felt called to do was help people with their most significant life challenges. I am ready to assist individuals, couples or families with issues including: stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, abuse and relationship challenges. I am particularly interested in helping people through life transition challenges including: divorce, marriage, job loss, death of a loved one, chronic illness, or challenges related to aging.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(636) 352-0307
Washington, Missouri 63090
Lottena Wolters, Counselor  in Washington
“Many patients struggle with the fact that they seek therapy, however I applaud your choice to begin the significant process of self exploration and growth. I believe that in spite of pitfalls and stressors, we all are faced with the opportunity to choose how we live our life. Through validating feelings I help my clients fully accept themselves while encouraging and motivating them to do their best. Together we will gain acceptance of the choices that lead you to therapy, then collaboratively develop a plan that will allow you to seek better and more rewarding opportunities.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 760-2896
Laura Kushner, Psychologist  in Washington
“The type of therapy I practice is about who you are as a person, not just a particular diagnosis you may have. We all struggle at times, whether with unfulfilling relationships, challenges in our professional lives, how we feel about ourselves, or other issues. When we first meet, my goal is to try to understand and appreciate the full context of your situation and not solely the troubling symptoms. I work hard to create a safe, warm, trusting environment. Over time, I'll help you uncover patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that may contribute to your current problem.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 760-4748
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 618-5182
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(240) 283-5657
Amy Van Arsdale, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am trained as a counseling psychologist and in my private practice, I provide individual and couples psychotherapy as well as career counseling and assessment. My approach is engaging, warm, and collaborative and in working with clients, I aim to create a supportive, yet challenging environment in which we can work together toward achieving your goals. I enjoy connecting with people of diverse backgrounds, cultures, and orientations, and have worked successfully with individuals and couples on a range of emotional concerns including relationship issues, anxiety, depression, grief, and identity issues.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 999-3105
John C Parkhurst, Psychologist  in Washington
“Dr. Parkhurst's practice frequently centers on self esteem and identity development issues, especially, but not necessarily, as they relate to sexual orientation. Depression, anxiety, obsessiveness, relationship problems, and intimacy issues characterize the types of concerns with which he is often presented by clients. His competencies include couples counseling, parenting and child development issues, and academic concerns as counseling issues. He also has considerable experience in learning and cognition, and in career development from his years of counseling and training within the educational system.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 568-8626
Trina Dolenz,   in Washington
MA, PGrad
“I am a British Couples Therapist specializing in relationship issues. I can help you with conflict, sexual difficulties, divorce or separation, loss of intimacy, the impact of a new baby or an affair and its aftermath. Finding a therapist when you are feeling overwhelmed by your relationship issues isn't easy. I truly understand the need for a safe, confidential and empathic environment for you to be able to trust your therapist, to be listened to and understood, so you are able to resolve or manage the problems and issues you are having with your partner.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 759-8167
Donna Schwartz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker in the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia. Also, I am an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. I have extensive experience treating individuals, couples and families. My specialities are in the treatment of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, women's issues, eating disorders, postpartum depression and relationship difficulties.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 817-2152
Laurie Ferreri, Counselor  in Washington
“My approach focuses on strengths and what's working in one's life, while also assisting in practical problem solving. Those who want to establish a mind/body/spirit connection and have more joy in their lives will benefit the most by working with me. My excitement for counseling and coaching comes from helping people create wellness and balance, while going through life's transitions: adolescence, college, marriage, parenting, divorce, aging, adjusting to losses and dealing with health issues. I'm also a cancer survivor interested in helping others on their healing journey by phone or in person.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 643-4938
Andrea Cooper, Counselor  in Washington
“Are you challenged by personal or professional life experiences, events, or relationships that overwhelm your personal resources? Does your life presently feel out of control, disorganized, or unsatisfying? Sometimes it may be difficult to describe exactly what the problem is. Counseling can help you with those challenges and with managing depression, anxiety, unresolved trauma, loss and grief, and personal and professional relational issues. I work collaboratively with you to explore present concerns, establish treatment goals, and evaluate progress towards those goals. It is my goal that you leave with a sense of confidence in your ability to manage future challenges.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(703) 349-4605
Deborah P Hecker, Counselor  in Washington
“My divorce counseling service is specifically designed to help you muster your forces, move swiftly through the healing process and get on with your life. I can help you minimize the pain, deal with raw emotions and reorganize your life. Whether you are a man or woman, with or without children, having a coach or trained and impartial helper can speed the process, reduce the damage and even minimize the cost.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(202) 656-1941
Fulani A. Doughty, Counselor  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, NCC, CRC, ICAADC, ACS
“Welcome to our practice! If you would benefit from "talk therapy" and are looking for a discreet, comfortable and cozy place to obtain confidential and targeted counseling services (individual, group, couples or family) from competent and caring counselors, you have found the right place! We provide holistic behavioral health services to all ages. Additionally, if you prefer, you may obtain (technology assisted) distance counseling/coaching services from Dr. Doughty.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(706) 403-0770
Washington, Georgia 30673
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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists
Cognitive-behavioral therapy stresses the role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It is based on the belief that thoughts, rather than people or events, cause our negative feelings. The therapist assists the client in identifying, testing the reality of, and correcting dysfunctional beliefs underlying his or her thinking. The therapist then helps the client modify those thoughts and the behaviors that flow from them. CBT is a structured collaboration between therapist and client and often calls for homework assignments.

If you're looking for CBT therapy in Washington or for a Washington CBT Therapist these professionals provide cognitive behavioral therapy, cbt group therapy, cbt therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy. They include CBT therapists, CBT psychologists, CBT psychotherapists and CBT counselors.

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.