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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Washington

Psychoanalytic Clinic of the WCP, Treatment Facility  in Washington
“The Clinic offers affordable psychoanalysis and psychotherapy by licensed mental health professionals engaged in analytic training at the Washington Center of Psychoanalysis. The Clinic is composed of individual private practices and treatment is conducted in clinician offices located throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area. Sliding scale fees are based on individual ability to pay. For psychoanalysis, fees can be as low as $15 per session. For psychotherapy, fees can be as low as $60 per session.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 337-1617
Kurt W Ela, Psychologist  in Washington
“I specialize in helping adolescents and young adults to overcome difficult patterns of behavior that may be holding them back from satisfaction in their lives. 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.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 803-8529
Pavel Snejnevski, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have more than 25 years of experience in Clinical Psychology divided between both sides of the Atlantic. My professional and personal experience helps me relate to the culturally diverse and globally minded population of the Washington Metropolitan Area. Over the years, after graduating from a mostly research oriented graduate program in Psychology, I pursued intensive training in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Psychodrama, Group and Family Psychotherapy, and Psychoanalysis. Based on my clinical experiences I am certain that Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, when applied correctly, can lead to the most dramatic and long lasting changes in patient's lives.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 803-8438
Matthew R Schottland, Psychologist  in Washington
“Investing time and energy into psychotherapy, while sometimes hard work, can be an extremely worthwhile endeavor that can lead to significant growth and change. As a licensed psychologist in D.C., I strive to make this journey as meaningful and productive as possible. While I enjoy working with a wide variety of issues and populations, I specialize in relationships, young adults, LGBT concerns, couples, anxiety and depression, and life transitions and losses.
Psychoanalytic
(732) 751-4552
Alicia H Clark, Psychologist  in Washington
“I consider it a privilege to be part of people's decision to improve their lives. Through individual and couples psychotherapy, I help people uncover patterns that may be holding them back. Against the backdrop of this insight, the change process evolves and often involves a variety of strategies. Though I am a generalist, I have longstanding academic and clinical interests in trauma, anxiety and substance abuse. More recently I have become interested in the broader impacts of anxiety and depression across the lifespan, and how patterns of interpersonal relationships can substantially affect these experiences.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 683-6395
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.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 803-8556
Robert R Gerlits, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“You may feel like "something is not right" or you may feel stuck. You may be challenged by painful emotions or a lack of satisfaction in your relationships and/or work life. Your life may feel like it is falling apart or is unsatisfying. You may feel you are not reaching your potential and wonder what is holding you back. If you have one or more of these feelings, I can help.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 738-5317
Christie M Platt, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have been in practice for over twenty years and have had the privilege of working with a wide range of individuals, e.g.,people feeling stuck despite having a great deal of talent, people disappointed or frustrated by their relationships or lack of relationships, people dealing with earlier childhood traumas such as loss of a parent or sexual abuse, and with people feeling anxious and unable to enjoy life. I believe that everyone has a unique story and that therapy can be extremely helpful in understanding that story and creating a more fulfilling narrative for the future.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 618-9277
Jane Baxter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW
“Feeling heard -- with thoughtfulness and curiosity -- and being challenged, helps you develop insight and strategies for life changes. Patients tell me they appreciate the rewards of our collaborative process, and their relationships and careers often show the benefits. Together, we will explore your life, deciphering your questions and building upon your strengths. We will look at problematic behaviors and patterns, identify blockages to your goals, and work together to achieve happiness and success. In addition to relationship issues and mood disorders, I was voted as one of the areas' Best Therapists in the recent Washingtonian Magazine.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 509-0646
Douglas LaBier, Psychologist  in Washington
“I've served patients in the Washington, D.C. area for nearly four decades, helping men, women and couples resolve conflicts arising from the many changes and transitions they experience -- especially during the "middle years" of adulthood, from one's 30s onward. My holistic perspective integrates psychoanalytic understanding of developmental origins of conflicts with recognizing how social, cultural, gender and career experiences shape our view of ourselves - including our emotional troubles; feelings of limitations about change; our values. All can impede our capacities for positive, loving relationships, growing hidden dimensions of our personalities; and achieving success and meaning in work.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 363-1147 x1
“Why do we cling to dysfunctional relationship patterns or engage in self-defeating behaviors, perpetuating these ways of living despite the suffering involved. The work we do addresses these concerns in the lives of adults, adolescents, and children.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 999-3598
Rhoda Spindel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have been helping people for 30+ years. It is my delight to see my patients grow and experience ways of feeling they never imagined. I create a safe environment in which you feel you can tell me any problem and be listened to with compassion and without shame. I have successfuly treated people who suffer from anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and work related problems with very high success rates. I am very devoted to the people I see and will help you make your life better by finding new ways of reacting to situations and people that are problematic.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 559-4223
Christian Linton, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I believe listening - and being truly heard - is one of the most powerful therapeutic experiences. We are social beings, and if we have become isolated, or feel misunderstood, even ignored, we suffer deeply. I bring a high level of attentiveness to my work as a psychiatrist that provides the crucial foundation on which true growth and change can occur. I want to hear your story, to understand how your suffering, whatever its form, has come to be in the present day.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 999-3811
Kelsey W. French, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a clinical psychologist who has been practicing in the metro D.C. area for 25 years. I specialize in the evaluation and treatment of adolescents and children and am best known for my work with gifted children and their families. I use cognitive behavioral therapy with children, and believe strongly in a coordinated approach with parents that stresses parent coaching and frequent telephone consultations with family during treatment. I also work with young adults as they transition into making their own life decisions. And I have extensive experience coordinating with prescribing physicians.
Psychoanalytic
(703) 615-1917
Transcultural Counseling & Psychotherapy Center DC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“We are a team of professional clinicians that have been working in the mental health and substance abuse field for many years. Throughout our experiences we have learned the necessity to create a unique and therapeutic space for those of us that want to find our true selves and are brave enough to go through the process of a personal challenge. During this process we will allow ourselves to make possible the transformation of what has become unbearable.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 455-5857
Ginger M Sullivan, Counselor  in Washington
“We focus on the internal dynamics that are keeping you stuck in ineffective patterns that are interfering with reaching your potential. As a collaborative venture, you and I seek to understand your story and how attending to your emotional well-being has become paramount. Like a jigsaw puzzle, we turn the pieces over and make meaning out of what we see. As the puzzle comes together, you move into emotional freedom. You loosen your grip on old patterns that no longer work in your life. You are then able to choose a life path that matches your authentic self.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 656-9995
Liz Merrill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LICSW
“Do you feel hopeless about relationships? Are you drawn to the wrong people over and over again but don't know how to change? Are you feeling doubts about a current relationship but don't know if you should stick it out or walk away? Do people say you're too picky, too rigid / flexible, too eager, or way too wary of getting hurt? Are you starting to wonder if they're right?
Psychoanalytic
Rosalie Mandelbaum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, BCD
“Whether you're in a current crisis or are struggling with long standing problems I can help you. I have over 30 years experience working with individuals and couples in psycho-dynamic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. I work with each individual, or couple in a supportive and non-judgmental environment that is also collaborative, challenging and compassionate. We may chose long term insight oriented psychotherapy, psychoanalysis or time limited psychotherapy but we always strive together to understand the problems, as well as recognize your unique strengths so that insight can lead to growth, change and a more satisfying life
Psychoanalytic
(202) 600-9604
“As a psychiatrist, I see my profession as helping people by understanding what they are suffering from (diagnosis) and finding the most appropriate treatment, through psychotherapy and/or medication management. My experience ranges from severe mental illness to traumatic experiences that affect ability to function, to troubles of everyday living such as interpersonal difficulties, grief, divorce and infertility/adoption issues. I provide long-term therapy for self-exploration, emotional development, and changing complex personality patterns that can make everyday life difficult or therapy of shorter duration focused on specific problems. The general modality of therapy is psychodynamic.
Psychoanalytic
(240) 392-1672
Central Washington Psychotherapy Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“CWPA is an association of professionals which provides a broad spectrum of psychotherapy, psychiatry and mental health wellness services. Our offices are located in Northwest DC, Dupont Circle, Woodley Park, Takoma Park, and in Alexandria. Regardless if you are seeking coaching or short-term counseling for a specific issue, traditional psychotherapy, medication management, therapy for your child, couples therapy or even depth psychoanalysis, we have skilled professionals who will help you meet your goals. we offer a wide variety of treatment modalities and areas of specialization. The therapists in our referral network, which are some of the best in the city, are exceptionally qualified.
Psychoanalytic
(202) 601-3726
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Psychoanalytic Therapists
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