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Learning Disabilities Therapists in District Of Columbia County
Learning Disorders

Cheryl Shapiro, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in assessment for children and adolescents. I conduct independent school admissions testing, as well as more comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations to assess for learning disorders, ADHD, and developmental delay. The goal of my evaluations is to identify my client's learning style and understand the individual as a whole person. I strive to provide feedback that is thorough, objective, well-reasoned, and understandable. My written reports include straightforward results and practical, solution-focused recommendations for parents and teachers. These reports are often used for educational planning and to request academic support and accommodations.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 796-7068
Washington, District of Columbia 20003
Page Robinson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, licsw
“I enjoy working with adolescents and young adults. My areas of specialty are: ADHD/LD--extensive experience with gifted AD/HD; helping college students and young adults who are in transition; Coaching; substance abuse. While most clients come weekly for a school year or more, shorter term therapy is also available. My office is walking distance from GU and on the Wisconsin Ave Circulator Bus route.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 759-6103
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Kimberly L Glass, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a pediatric neuropsychologist and my practice primarily consists of assessment, with some consultation. I work with children from 4 to 16 and some young adults (if within my area of expertise). I enjoy seeing a variety of kids and have a specialization in issues related to adoption (language acquisition, FASD, neglect & trauma, etc.). I try to provide a therapeutic assessment (integrating assessment and therapy). I use a collaborative approach whereby the parents bring their expertise to inform my assessment and I like to collaborate with therapists, teachers, tutors, and other care providers as well.
Learning Disabilities
(301) 358-9337
Office is near:
Washington, District of Columbia 20002
Naomi Nim, Counselor  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, EdD, MS, LPC, BC-DMT, NCC
“I bring compassion and clarity to a collaborative approach to psychotherapy. I will work with you to find relief from the issues that bring you to see me, including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, isolation, divorce, aging, managing learning disabilities, or coping with illness or significant life transitions such as living in a new culture. I will help you to strengthen your resources in order to create the changes you are seeking. I am committed to helping you feel safe, engaged, and above all, a partner in this process. My clients typically gain insight, self-acceptance, and health through our work together.
Learning Disabilities
(301) 684-5016
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Imran Riaz, Psychologist  in Washington
“I specialize in the treatment of anxiety disorders. I work specifically with clients who have anxiety in social settings, anxiety around competency and performance, and obsessive compulsive tendencies.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 567-1065
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Elizabeth Adams, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a clinical psychologist practicing in the Washington, DC area who specializes in working with children and families. Common themes addressed in therapy include anxiety, behavior challenges, parenting and co-parenting concerns, ADHD, learning disorders and peer relationships. I work collaboratively with the family and allied services (schools, support specialists, extended family) to best understand the unique needs of the child. Cognitive-behavioral, behavioral and family systems approaches are most commonly utilized. Therapy is delivered through play therapy for young children, individual therapy for older children, parent coaching (PCIT) and family sessions.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 337-3554
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Alexis Merin  in Washington
“At moments of transition in your life, it can feel particularly useful to have someone with whom you can talk. I help clients to address a wide range of issues, including: life changes, relationships, self esteem, trauma, grief and loss, anger, aggression, depression and anxiety. In my practice, I see children, adolescents, adults and couples.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 559-1145
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Heather Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“If you're worried about your future, struggling to stay positive, fed up with work, longing for more joy, wondering whether to stay or leave, irritated all the time: I can help you. You don't have to stay "stuck." We'll work together until you get clear and move forward. Over a long career I've helped hundreds of individuals, couples and families navigate difficult situations, painful losses - and even welcome, but (who knew?) surprisingly challenging successes: graduating; getting married; becoming a parent; finally landing a job. Find Testimonials to my help on my website, dupontcounseling.com
Learning Disabilities
(202) 618-9486
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Nathan R Luecking, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Based in Washington, DC, I am a licensed clinical therapist who specializes in comprehensive adolescent and young adult psychotherapy. My mission is to confidentially and professionally treat teenagers and young adults struggling with social, emotional, or behavioral barriers that hinder personal success and overall quality of life. I have experience treating a variety behavior and mood disorders, including depression, anxiety, trauma, anger management, and substance abuse, among others.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 760-4579
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
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.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 568-8626
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Rachel Bradley Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, RPT-S
“Upon entering each new developmental phase of our lives, there is often a momentary pause, an unsettling of the ship, as we adjust to new demands, challenges and desires (and this is true no matter our age). Perhaps the Terrible Twos, Tween or Teen years have hit? Could it be that your child is struggling at school and you'd like to support him or her to feel better and have more success? Maybe you are a parent who is trying to cope and adjust? These moments are great opportunities for growth and I believe I can help.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 304-1134
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Lisa W. Hill, Psychologist  in Washington
“In my practice I treat adolescents, college students, and adults dealing with a wide range of issues including, but not limited to, eating disorders, anxiety and depression, as well as relationship and identity issues. Therapy can also be helpful as one navigates times of transition, change, or if one is 'stuck' or unable to achieve desired goals. Together, we will determine what is getting in the way progress and then help you work through those things to become the best possible version of yourself.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 499-7472
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
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.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 643-4938
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Shonda Pertilla, Counselor  in Washington
“We all carry within us a dream, a purpose, a strength that flows, like water through our veins and every part of our being. It even flows through fear, pain, disappointment and all sorts of perceived failure. It gives meaning to life. It heals. It inspires. Dreams establish vision and purpose. My mission is to empower and support you in addressing the issues that have interrupted the flow of your personal and professional development...your dreams.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 510-9742
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Ralph Gemelli, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I am a child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist and psychoanalyst providing individual psychotherapy, play therapy, couples therapy, pharmacotherapy and psychoanalysis to patients for a variety of presenting symptoms: anxiety, depression, poor school performance, stuttering, lack of motivation, and finding oneself in relationships with people who are devaluating and/or abusive. My interpersonal focus is to help patients to become aware (by being mindful) of what he or she conciously or unconcoiusly does that prevent the patient from gratifying his or her needs.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 558-0285
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
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.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 618-5182
Washington, District of Columbia 20052
Maya Braden Coleman, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a Clinical Psychologist in Washington, DC. I provide support for children and families as they tackle both common and complex parenting challenges. I enjoy working with parents of children who are growing along a wide range of developmental trajectories, and with families formed in a variety of ways including through adoption, foster care, and kinship care, as well as with multiracial and LGBTQ families. Some of the issues I help families navigate include sleep challenges; aggression and dysregulation in child-care and pre-school settings; fears and anxieties; conflict with siblings; and difficulties in attachment.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 759-3716
Washington, District of Columbia 20010
Tiffani Boykin, Counselor  in Washington
“I have fourteen years of counseling experience serving diverse populations in the Washington Metropolitan Area. Recognizing the unique attributes of each individual, I facilitate opportunities for self-discovery, personal growth, and well being. I utilize a variety of alternative strategies to promote self-management, self-discovery, and healing. Some strategies include aromatherapy, journal therapy, mandala art therapy, sound therapy, and mindfulness.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 759-2447
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Deborah H Shulman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LCSW, BCD
“Would you like to feel happier and more relaxed? Do you wish that your family or work life were easier? In the time that we spend together, you will come to see yourself and others more clearly, make changes in your life, maximize your potential, and improve your interpersonal relationships. Therapy can help you live a conscious life and make thoughtful choices. My therapeutic style is highly interactive, soft spoken but straight-talking, clear and directive if need be.
Learning Disabilities
(301) 979-7861
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
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.
Learning Disabilities
(202) 759-8874
Washington, District of Columbia 20036

Learning Disabilities (Learning Disorders) Therapists
If you're looking for help for kids or children with learning disabilities in District Of Columbia County or for a District Of Columbia County learning disabilities Therapist, these Therapists provide help with child learning Therapist and child education. They can help with developmental disabilities, disabilities students, District Of Columbia County learning disorders and learning difficulties. Additionally they work with nonverbal learning disability, cognitive disability and reading difficulties in District Of Columbia County.

These Therapists can help adults with learning disabilities as well as adolescents and children with learning disabilities. They can make referrals to learning disabilities schools near District Of Columbia County, provide learning disabilities strategies and recommend learning support groups.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in District Of Columbia County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in District Of Columbia County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in District Of Columbia County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in District Of Columbia County or family therapy in District Of Columbia County.