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Bisexual Issues Therapists in District Of Columbia County

Yu Ling Han, Psychologist  in Washington
“Welcome to my site. Many clients who come to me have found it tremendously helpful that I focus on Body-Centered reactions to stress. This allows you to learn how to soften your reactions related to anxiety, anger, depression, emotional disregulation. By focusing on mind-body, you will learn skills so that you can start integrating them into your daily life, reduce your difficult emotions, and mange stress more effectively. My specialty areas include: 1) Third Culture Kids (TCK), 2) LGBQ, 3) pregnancy/postpartum, 4) trauma/loss/bereavement, 5) non-traditional couple/family formation, and 6) adoption.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 643-2966
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Heather L Cassidy, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work with adolescents and adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, and interpersonal problems. I use my advanced training in insight-oriented psychotherapy through the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis to help individuals understand their present symptoms as well as how their past affects these problems. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is central to the work of psychotherapy as well as trust and confidentiality.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 559-1110
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Molly Milgrom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW
“Are you feeling stuck? Unhappy? Unfulfilled? Not living the life you want? I'm here to help. I offer individual psychotherapy with adults age 19 and up. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space to explore what is getting in your way and, more importantly, identify your unique strengths that we can leverage to help you live better. Every moment counts; call me to set up an initial consultation to see if we're a good fit.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 759-2347
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Veronica D Powell, Psychologist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, Phd, LPC, MAC, DCC, SAP
“Are you ready to make a change in your life? Change is one of the most challenging aspects of life. I am here to help you realize your full potential by measuring your life successes through change. The goal is to help you break through the barriers that impede you from having a successful and wholesome life. I am available for you via the following means: Face-to-Face (office visit), email, telephone, or e-therapy. For the working individual, I am available on evenings! Call or email me to schedule your initial consultation.
Bisexual Issues
(301) 852-6305
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Susan Segal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and work with adults in individual therapy, couples therapy, individual therapy and sex therapy for 25 years. My patients are single, married, divorced, remarried, straight, gay and range from young adult to older adults.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 800-1427
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
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.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 618-5182
Washington, District of Columbia 20052
Tybe A Diamond, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, BCD
“Beginning psychotherapy often feels overwhelming.The best predictor of good results is finding a "good fit." This means that you feel deeply understood by the therapist. Equally important, is that the therapist's ideas about your present challenges and the factors that shaped who you are are put into perspective. Both of these factors will help you work towards your goal of feeling better and establishing a more gratifying life, personally and professionally. I work with adults in individual, group,couple and family psychotherapy.I treat a wide variety of issues and I've been practicing, teaching and writing about psychotherapy for four decades.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 966-1381
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Debra A Cruz, Counselor  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LCPC, LPC, PPA, CLC
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Life Coach, and Professional Patient Advocate, my ideal clients are professional athletes, business and legal professionals, and recent college graduates. I assist clients seeking to manage their performance anxieties, end negative thought patterns and attitudes that prevent them from moving forward with their life's goals. During each session, I help clients gain skills to realize their authentic self, make plans to live the life they want, and boost their self-esteem through the process of re-writing negative messages learned in childhood. Please contact me by phone or email for a free consultation.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 509-0096
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Dana Harron, Psychologist  in Washington
“Do you ever catch yourself saying things that you would never, ever say to another person? Calling yourself stupid, ugly or fat? This habit increases stress hormones and contributes to anxiety, depression, professional burn-out, and relationship issues. I would love to work with you to break the habit, while still maintaining your healthy sense of drive and productivity.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 656-3681
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Kelly Haines, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MPH, LICSW
“kellyhaines.com You might be reading this with intrigue, reluctance, anxiety and hope about beginning (or continuing) therapy- this is natural. Let me start by saying that I believe each of us wants to live our best, most fulfilling life & that I believe in your ability to heal and change.
Bisexual Issues
(678) 394-3392
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Vinita Mehta, Psychologist  in Washington
“I believe that people can heal and change - and that psychotherapy can be a powerful tool in that process. I am a graduate of Harvard and Columbia Universities, and my approach with clients is collaborative, supportive, and results-oriented. I strive to provide a safe environment based on a trusting relationship that will help you develop the insights and strategies that will enable you to move forward in your life. We will work together to alleviate your struggle, and encourage growth.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 759-3986
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Gail J Winston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My practice consists of those who struggle with relationships, self defeating patterns and a wide variety of transitional issues in life. I will collaborate with you to help reduce symptoms, improve and expand coping skills, increase confidence and develop a greater capacity for self reflection. With over thirty years of experience, I bring wisdom, maturity, compassion and life experience which inform and deepen my work.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 759-4130
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
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?
Bisexual Issues
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Joseph Gorin, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have over 30 years experience practicing psyhcotherapy for trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship issues and issues regarding life's direction. I work in an active, interpersonal manner, using methods of Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP). The purpose of therapy is not just to provide insight, although this is important; it is also to use that insight to create change. In my personal and professional life, I have been a long term activist for social justice. I am the winner of the Florence Mintz Award for "service, dedication and the example ou set for us in your ptofessional life and work." Please visit the website: joegorin.com
Bisexual Issues
(202) 518-5900
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Jessica Brown, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“My approach is to work in collaboration with a person in order to learn how to step back and explore one’s thoughts and feelings in a non-judgmental way. I have seen how beneficial it can be for a person to become less critical of oneself. Most people think this kind of work on themselves is a major investment in their quality of life. When a person has the opportunity to explore internal conflicts, it can give them greater freedom to be more creative and enjoy life and relationships.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 670-0964
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
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.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 670-5967
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Paula D Atkinson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, E-RYT
“Looking for help can be difficult & scary. With eating disorders & other shame-based compulsive behaviors, trusting someone may feel near impossible. I have over 15 years of experience working with clients who suffer from shame, food & body issues & all other compulsive behaviors. These are extremely complex issues that not many understand completely. I do understand, because I went through it myself. My goal for my client is sanity around food, sanity around exercise, sanity around weight. I want you to finally have some peace. Using mind/body techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy, Self psychology, and unconditional acceptance, we can work together and you can be free.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 568-8537
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
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.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 568-8626
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Achieving Joy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Achieving Joy's counseling boutique is created to improve the emotional, mental, and spiritual wellness of the LGBTQ community. Our counselor's are diverse, licensed and are active participants within the community. We provide a safe space for individuals and couples to explore monogamous and non-monogamous relationships, complete pre-marital counseling, and create action steps to reach your life goals. We also provide group counseling, workshops, and annual conferences. Our purpose is to help you create a plan of action to achieve your joy.
Bisexual Issues
(301) 691-3874
Washington, District of Columbia 20017
Walter A Pittinger-Dunham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW, CAC-II
“Service-focused social worker and program manager/coordinator with a strong commitment to serving the needs of disadvantaged populations. I excel in program and organizational planning and have documented success overcoming various challenges such as utilizing limited resources and working within financial constraints all the while providing which high-quality, cost-effective and comprehensive service offerings. I am skilled in building community support, key coalitions, and strategic interagency partnerships. Solid credentials and equal strengths in program, personnel, and case management to support my employment history.
Bisexual Issues
(202) 760-4347
Washington, District of Columbia 20020
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Bisexual Issues Therapists
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