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Academic Underachievement Therapists in District Of Columbia County

Rachel Schuchart Psyd, Psychologist  in Washington
“Do you or your client need an objective evaluator who is experienced, thorough, and capable of completing assessments quickly? Is it important to you or your client that the report is written in a manner in which the layperson, educator or court can understand? I am a psychologist who will take the time to understand your concerns and help address them.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 552-0354
Office is near:
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
Lori A Day, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a licensed psychologist specializing in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), which is a highly effective treatment for children with behavioral concerns, anxiety, oppositional behavior, and difficulty following parent's instructions. I also provide neuropsychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults with a wide range of referral questions, including ADHD, learning difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety and depression, as well as medically complex individuals.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 559-7337 x1
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Joy Kassett, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have been in practice for over 20 years, working with adults, children and adolescents in psychodynamic therapy and psychoanalysis. The frequency and duration of each treatment depends on the unique needs of every person; for example, a college student may be seeking short-term therapy to deal with the transition from home to school or an adult may be seeking longer term treatment to understand a pattern of failed relationships. Children are often referred by family members or school counselors, who provide valuable background information to help determine the best treatment. Ongoing collaboration with parents and professionals is essential.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 417-3278
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW
“I enjoy helping people reach their full potential. I have learned that crisis brings change. Many times life events bring change. Some of those changes are viewed as crisis. But they can be much more than that. Those times bring wonderful opportunities to reflect, change perspectives, grain new skills and grow closer to the paths of success and happiness available to us all. I am able to help Individuals and groups define measurable goals and apply proven strategies to move through various situations; including, but not limited to parent-child relationship issues, traumatic stress, grief, career decisions, academic decisions .
Academic Underachievement
(202) 759-8380
Washington, District of Columbia 20020
Stacy Notaras Murphy, Counselor  in Washington
“I deeply enjoy working with people facing relationship struggles that have manifested as anxiety, depression, and struggles with intimacy. My experience and training have revealed that most emotional challenges are tied to how we function in our personal relationships. I've been told that my real strength is in helping people feel safe and reflective enough to recognize, think through, and either accept or change the way they operate in the relationships that matter most. Together, we will create a unique plan that meets your needs both efficiently and effectively, while bringing joy back into your life and relationships.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 760-2121
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Terri Judge, Psychologist  in Washington
“In my work with individuals I view the relationship between patient and therapist as central to treatment. The need for trust, privacy, safety, and non-judgmental acceptance is fundamental to the success of treatment. My theoretical orientation is psychodynamic or psychoanalytic, though I rely on an eclectic range of ideas for understanding each person. Patients experience my approach as insight-oriented, dynamic, and interactive. When a person seeks therapy it is because something hurts - a broken relationship, past or present, or deep frustrations with the self - not being able to live up to one's ideals or accomplish goals.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 643-1908
Washington, District of Columbia 20010
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.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 559-1145
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Shareefah N Al'Uqdah, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you looking for a new way of doing things? Tired of being unhappy and unable to reach your most purposeful life? Want to see someone that understands your unique background? I am "your neighborhood psychologist" because I focus on helping, educating, consulting, and advocating for the everyday person. Having earned my doctorate from Howard University, I have created a practice that is a service to the community. I am a Clinical Psychologist who specializes in providing culturally sensitive work for a broad range of life issues including relationship problems, work problems, and parenting problems. I assist individuals with managing and overcoming daily stressors.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 999-3905
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
The DC Center for Neurocognitive Excellence, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“My primary goal is to ensure a safe container for change. Self-care and coping are essential and are the foundation for dealing with stress and pain. Stress and pain can throw us off and make us feel out of it and they can shake us to our core. When we get shaken our minds and bodies react and our spirits become weakened. In a safe container we can manage whatever has been shaken and become balanced and strong.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 499-6780
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Lanada Williams, Counselor  in Washington
“Alliance Family Solutions is a social service agency that serves families. I am a National Certified Counselor and a member of the American Counseling Association. I am currently available for individual and family counseling. Let's join together to explore the idea of hope and change in your life.
Academic Underachievement
(888) 930-3471
Washington, District of Columbia 20002
Noah Meyers, Psychologist  in Washington
“In my view, the overarching aims of therapy can be boiled down to two main goals: First, that you - as my client - feel as comfortable and safe in the therapeutic setting as possible; and second, that you thrive as a person, whatever that may mean to you. As my client, I will spend time talking with you about what is important to you in your life, and I will also focus on the therapeutic relationship between us, because this can often be a window through which we can view other significant relationships in your life.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 656-4942
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
“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.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 999-3598
Washington, District of Columbia 20003
Cynthia E. Killough, Psychologist  in Washington
“I take an active, warm, and serious approach to helping clients assess where they are in life, and how to move forward. When you discuss your current emotional situation with a professional psychotherapist, talking organizes and transforms your thinking. You gain a better understanding of what is holding you back, allowing you to tackle issues such as anxiety, fearfulness, low mood, career concerns, dating troubles, family problems, and more. Problem-solve for 1-2 sessions, or take a deeper look at your underlying thoughts and habits. When you understand yourself, you can take action to make your life better.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 670-0925
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Sheetal Patel, Psychologist  in Washington
“I create an environment that helps clients explore both the internal and external barriers to their healing and growth. As a psychologist I pull from working with diverse groups of people and assist on issues of trauma, grief, loss, relationship difficulties, wellness and health. To me, therapy is best when it's a mix of approaches that are used strategically to create a nonjudgmental and empathic atmosphere. My style is both warm and thought-provoking, and I actively collaborate with and support those with whom I work.
Academic Underachievement
(240) 607-5038
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Michele R Garfield, Counselor  in Washington
“Choosing to enter therapy can be a difficult decision and finding and connecting with the right therapist plays a significant role in the healing process. I believe this healing is achieved through an authentic and collaborative therapist-client relationship and by providing a supportive and nonjudgmental environment in which clients feel safe to explore difficult issues. There are myriad reasons people enter therapy; for problems that have a direct correlation to a cause or for problems that are imprecise, but impact their quality of life.
Academic Underachievement
(206) 408-2509
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Ziva Benezra, Psychologist  in Washington
“Making the first step to begin therapy takes courage and commitment to your path of growth and healing. I am compassionate, collaborative, and interactive, as I join you on your path. I work with late adolescents, adults and couples facing important life transitions and challenges. I have extensive experience treating a wide range of problems including: depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, relationship issues, grief, and career, identity and self-esteem concerns. Having an international background, I fully respect the unique perspective of each person's life experience.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 999-8423
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
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?
Academic Underachievement
Washington, District of Columbia 20015
Jennifer Kogan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My practice offers solution-focused, evidence-based therapy with heart. Whether you are seeing me individually or as a couple, our work together can give you the tools you need to feel less stress, anxiety and/or depression. Learn how to shift your thinking and behavior so you feel more connected to yourself and those you care about. My family systems background, ongoing training in Gottman Couples Method Therapy and a focus on empathy skill building can help you move from feeling stuck into a mindset of possibility and change.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 681-9959
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Lisa McLish, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, JD, MSW, LICSW
“As a parent myself, I know that as children grow, families are in constant transition. Children and adolescents are changing all the time! Some phases of development are more challenging than others. If you are unsure how to navigate these transitions, I can help. I help families just like yours to make successful changes and adjustments during difficult times, for a lasting positive impact on your children and your family. I have worked with children at all ages and stages, and I would be privileged to share my personal and professional expertise with you.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 759-6081
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
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.
Academic Underachievement
(202) 759-3906
Washington, District of Columbia 20010
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Academic Underachievement Therapists
Kids or children who are academically under achieving in District Of Columbia County may need help from child therapists, child psychologists and child counselors. Academic underachievers in District Of Columbia County may also have problems with learning issues, child education issues or ADD (attention deficit). Some academic underachievers can be quite bright, gifted and intelligent.

a District Of Columbia County Therapist can help with academic underachievement and work with kids with developmental disabilities (i.e. disabilities students). Additionally District Of Columbia County Therapists work with nonverbal learning disability, cognitive disability and reading difficulties in District Of Columbia County.

The Therapists or treatment programs can help teen, teenage and adult academic underachievers in District Of Columbia County with learning disabilities.

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Therapists in District Of Columbia County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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