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Therapists in Washington, DC 20007
Burleith, Foxhall, Georgetown and Glover Park

Ellen F Heyman, Psychologist  in Washington
“I place great importance on creating a non-judgmental atmosphere where the person that I am seeing can talk comfortably about their difficulties without fear of stigma or criticism. My approach is one of discovering the links between past and present relationship patterns, and using these insights to foster change and growth. After over thirty years in the field, I believe that I have developed the ability to understand a situation quickly, and to communicate recommendations in an empathic and sensitive manner. I am able to work in brief psychotherapy, and wish to provide genuine help as quickly as possible.
(703) 468-8907
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
CurtCanada@Adapting2change,   in Washington
“I'm a Board Certified Coach and trained social worker.. I work with clients seeking career and personal development. Are you experiencing unhappiness and doubt in your personal relationship? You're suffering from loss of a loved one, or a marriage? On-line dating is not working for you? You're a Millenial or Quarter-Lifer overwhelmed about your future and career? I am best suited to work with clients who are passionate about making significant progress. It begins with you and your story. If you're suffering from stress don't hesitate to contact me.
(202) 568-8735
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Vaune Ainsworth, Psychologist  in Washington
“Overwhelmed by multiple demands? Struggling with stress and worry? Going through a difficult transition? Bumping into the same relationship issues? Therapy is a creative process that begins with listening deeply to your heart and mind. It takes courage to recognize the need for change and to initiate the first steps toward resolution. Insight is important, and when combined with action you can begin to make small changes. Creating a difference in just one area builds confidence and momentum and impacts other arenas of your life. Change comes in different "sizes." Some changes involve improvement, others are transformative and call for more radical shifts.
(202) 550-3346
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Ruth Wittersgreen, Psychologist  in Washington
“I've been providing psychotherapy for over fifteen years. I am passionate about this work and have helped many people change their lives for the better. I believe in a person's ability to make their life as full and rich as they want it to be. Therapy can help you get what you need and want in your relationships, work, and other areas of life. I am easy to talk to and bring a lot of warmth and caring to therapy. I sometimes use innovative approaches including walking in nature with clients, hypnotherapy, pet therapy, and writing/art therapy.
(202) 670-2900
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
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.
(202) 656-4942
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Graham Hall, Counselor  in Washington
“My journey as a therapist started when I returned to school following a successful 15-year career in sales. Closing the big deal was no longer exciting to me and I needed to find a new passion in my life. Initially I focused on Executive Coaching, receiving my Masters in Organizational Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. However, coaching was not quite the right fit and when I was offered a position at the Kolmac Clinic in Washington, DC, I decided to return to Johns Hopkins to complete my clinical training. At the Kolmac Clinic I served as Assistant Clinical Director.
(202) 499-4548
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Ellen Weber Libby, Psychologist  in Washington
“People are constantly changing. In the process, we may feel unhappy, frightened or lonely. We may find ourselves crying inappropriately, frequently ill, or eating or drinking too much. At these times, professional guidance may be required. We may be encouraged to consult with a therapist by our spouse, children, siblings or friends; supervisor or co-workers, doctors or clergy. Regardless of what brings us to this juncture, we all want the same thing - to feel better. My skills are working with young adults, adults and older people taking on the challenges posed by the complexities of personal growth.
(202) 509-0113
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Susan B Diamond, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, PLLC
“Psychotherapy provides us an opportunity to learn about our feelings, thoughts, behaviors, and how to develop healthier coping skills. In our work together, I will offer you strategies to enhance your primary relationships, friendships, and work-life balance. The goal is to help you develop a greater awareness of yourself, and to have more options for relating to the world. If you are depressed, anxious, having marital conflicts, or in the midst of a life transition, psychotherapy can help you. I have over 20 years of experience providing individual and couples therapy to adults.
(202) 670-1969
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Susan Berlin & Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
“I believe that the gems that you receive from the work on yourself come from understanding yourself more fully in order to have more choices in your life and improve your relationships. The more you know about yourself, the more you can choose what you want for your life. Before you have insight into yourself, life and circumstances choose you through old patterns, faulty belief systems, addiction and psychological wounds from your past.
(202) 600-9136
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Robert G. Rosenblatt, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have been providing individual, couples, and group psychotherapy for over 25 years. Typically, people enter therapy because they are having problems in their relationships. Successful psychotherapy must focus on helping develop more fulfilling and substantial interpersonal connections. Facilitating a client’s capacity to lead a richer and more emotionally balanced life is the objective. The therapeutic relationship is the road traveled, and enables the client to understand the choices they have made, the associated positive and negative consequences, and the freedom to make new, more effective and satisfying life decisions.
(202) 670-9937
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Dr. Wendell H. Cox,   in Washington
“If you are seeking therapy it is likely that life is telling you something important about yourself, something you need to address. I have been practicing psychotherapy with professional adults and couples from many different backgrounds for more than two decades. I am able to provide support, insight and a safe space for deep emotions. I am results-oriented and interactive. I hope to build a partnership with you that will help you to achieve your goals.
(202) 333-6606
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Gloria Myers Beller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW
“It is my privilege to guide individuals, couples and groups to find their own way. You may experience vitality and despair, triumph and struggle, fulfillment and longing. However, when the "self" becomes impoverished it is vulnerable, emotionally scarred and injured. Are you self aware and in search of a deeper sense of self and the ultimate meaning of life?
(202) 559-0311
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
John W Cornelius, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MSW, LCSW-C, LICSW
“I help individuals work on life issues tied to anxiety and depression, relationship difficulties, stress symptoms tied to childhood trauma, and families struggling with behavioral challenges. I teach communication skills that help with difficult relationships. These skills include helping my clients improve their power, voice, and contact with significant others. I employ many approaches in psychotherapy, including psychodynamic, gestalt, somatic experiencing and cognitive behavioral.
(202) 600-9053
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Duncan Krieger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“People who find their way to my practice are ready for something more in their lives. Whether your focus is on the quality of your relationships, the state of your career or the satisfaction and pleasure that you find in other parts of your life, you've probably found your way here because you are ready to take steps to making that change reality. We can't always see our way to reaching what we want on our own. With a mindful approach, compassion, experience and training, I can help you find traction on the path that is truly yours.
(202) 965-1411
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Lewis A Winkler, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I work with a broad variety of patients and am very experienced in COMBINING and INTEGRATING individual, group, and couples psychotherapy with effective psychopharmacology,,, IF NEEDED I specialize in mood, anxiety, and personality disorders, both severe and more-moderate personality trait and style issues, and am also highly interested in helping people and couples grow out of "BINDS" they are in.. or... those that conflicting personality styles create,, I also specialize in workplace issues, work_created problems, vocational identity issues and have experience in E E O, Workers Comp, and other litigation
(202) 337-3444
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Cliff Ayers, Psychologist  in Washington
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over thirty years of experience helping individuals and couples to experience happier, more fulfilling lives. Clients describe me as both empathic and logical, and I am interactive in style compared to the more passive style of therapist. As an individual therapist I tailor my approach to your own strengths and style of learning, often combining elements of cognitive, humanistic, and insight and depth oriented approaches as indicated. Together we may address a broad range of issues including anxiety, depression, low self-worth, stress, grief, anger, and relationship or work problems.
(202) 618-3003
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
David Pellegrini, Psychologist  in Washington
“I draw on more than 30 years of experience and learning in the practice and teaching of individual, group, and couples therapy. I work with a broad variety of adult clients, whose circumstances are quite varied. Nevertheless, they generally share a common aspiration ~ to discover within themselves a more vital, passionate, and creative approach to meeting life's challenges. My intention as a therapist is to establish ~ through active engagement, compassion, humor and insight ~ a safe and authentic collaboration in pursuit of your aspirations for growth and personal fulfillment. My approach integrates elements of the best, well-established therapeutic approaches, tailored to your unique needs and challenges.
(202) 559-4841
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Angela Cerkevich, Psychological Associate  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MPsy, RYT
“A good fit is important. I am a therapist who has worked internationally and in multicultural settings. In order to best meet my clients' therapeutic needs, I work in a variety of modalities and have extensive training in both traditional psychotherapy and integrative mind-body health care. My integrative approach works well with clients who are burdened by the complexities of a fast - paced global environment and struggle to find a work/life balance. I connect with my clients by working with them to build an authentic, warm, and secure atmosphere where honest and open transactions make for a change-friendly setting.
(202) 480-9164
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Anita Gadhia-Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LCSW-C, LICSW
“Therapy is a journey through which we find our authentic selves and become the best we can be. I have expertise in working with alcoholism, addictions, and recovery issues; and with relationship, couple and family issues. I have worked in the field for over fifteen years. I work with adults and adolescents, in individual, couple and family modalities. My approach is to meet you where you are, and to help you to move towards your goals, overcome obstacles, and achieve maximum growth. I use several therapeutic approaches, including cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and strengths-based techniques. See my website: practicaltherapy.net.
(202) 618-9142
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Walter Hillabrant, Psychologist  in Washington
“I specialize in holistic, integrated behavioral health promotion. The tools I most often use include cognitive-behavioral treatment, biofeedback training, and hypnosis. I seek to be a change agent working with individuals, couples, families, and organizations. I'm big on developing, revising, and using collaborative (me and you) treatment plans with specific goals and objectives.
(202) 470-5208
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
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