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Therapists in Washington, DC 20008
Cleveland Park, Forest Hills, Kalorama, Van Ness and Woodley Park

Vicki Goodman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“People come for psychotherapy when they are hurting or feeling stuck in unproductive thinking and behavior. This can manifest in depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, issues about career and work performance, illness, loss and grief and repetitive self deprecating behaviors. What is often needed is a safe environment for the cultivation of acceptance and compassion and the willingness to honestly explore in a trusting relationship. Developing space to have a new understanding of difficulties can open to greater awareness, sense of possibility and the capacity to live more fully.
(301) 793-8582
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Nancy C. Markoe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“We get started on our work by setting objective goals together, based on your individual needs. Sometimes you may have clear goals in mind while others discover and clarify their goals through the process of therapy. I ask questions to help you make connections in your life and shed light on the underlying issues. Together we identify obstacles so you can start to overcome them. Seeking help is a signal that you are ready to feel better and take care of yourself, a sign of real strength.
(202) 494-6840
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.
(202) 670-0964
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Lara Cox, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you ready to make a change in your life? Are you tired of repeating the same self-defeating behaviors? Do you want to learn healthy strategies to manage your current difficulties? I have over 15 years of clinical experience helping individuals lead fuller, more authentic and satisfying lives. My job is to help you gain insight into your conflicts, strengths, past experiences and current relationships so that you can break free of old patterns and find new possibilities. I find it extremely rewarding to watch my clients grow, realize their full potential and make successful changes in their lives.
(202) 681-0974
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Lynne G Greenwald, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I love my work. I work primarily with women. I find that most women, regardless of their personal histories, complain of feeling stuck - repeating patterns and behaviors that don't make them feel successful or happy. I believe a large part of the problem is that there are parts of themselves they have had to submerge very early in life. Some of my clients have suffered early parental loss, medical trauma, physical or sexual abuse, or a traumatic accident. Many describe parents who loved them, but who were unable to meet their emotional needs in significant ways.
(202) 499-5349
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Joan Bellsey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CAC, LCSW-C
“You've always thought of yourself as confident and determined in your life's purpose, but now you are feeling overwhelmed with feelings of anxiety and thoughts or failure and loss. You may be thinking things are just too difficult to handle alone. If life is throwing you a challenge make the call. I can help.
(202) 999-3862
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Jennifer A Wofford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C
“* I help people and couples work through challenges and emerge more confident, peaceful and happy.
(202) 656-1908
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Martha Gross, Psychologist  in Washington
“Navigating life's stresses, dealing with relationship disappointments and regaining self confidence and hope are issues that we can confront together. I will help you become aware of your harmful patterns of behavior and replace them with new healthier ones. Through awareness learned in therapy, you will develop a new sense of comfort and satisfaction with your life.
(202) 688-5278
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Maury Joseph, Psychological Associate  in Washington
“Let's face it: life is hard! Pain and loss are inevitable, security is not guaranteed, and our wishes for ourselves and others often extend far beyond what reality can deliver. When dealing with the emotional challenges of our lives we may begin to suffer from anxiety, depression, or problems in relationships, like distancing or dependency. Further complicating matters is the fact that our unique histories can make it difficult to build the healing relationships we desire. We don't know why we're suffering so badly, but we know we need to connect with someone who can help us get back on track.
(610) 228-0797
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Nuha Abudabbeh, Psychologist  in Washington
“I have a lengthy experience treating patients with serious mental illnesses and also with patients who have been involved with the criminal justice system and immigration issues. I speak several dialects of the Arabic language and have extensive experience with Americans of a variety of backgrounds. I use multicultural approaches to compliment different therapeutic interventions.My additional lengthy experience working with different Arab Americans as well as Muslim Americans puts me in a unique position to offer specialized services to these two populations.
(202) 509-0592
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Margie Stohner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LMFT
“With over 30 years of psychotherapy experience, I specialize in anxiety management,relationship issues, depression and medical illness-related concerns. I have particular expertise in helping individuals and families who are living with cancer.
(202) 656-4943
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Joseph Cooper, Counselor  in Washington
“Do you frequently feel anxious, ambivalent, or uncomfortable in your relationships and wonder why? Or perhaps you are struggling to recover from the hurts of past emotional wounds that leave you feeling depressed and empty inside. If so, I want to help you find freedom from this and feel like your old self again. As a therapist, my treatment style is actively engaged, honest, caring, and empathic. With 19 years of training and experience, I have been helping people find resolution from their depression and anxiety, relationship struggles, past traumas, and self-defeating patterns.
(571) 445-0990
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Melanie Cashdan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“In my practice, I strive to make the client feel safe, comfortable and understood from the moment we meet. I believe the quality of the connection between the client and the therapist is fundamental to emotional growth and genuine change. I understand that there are certain feelings, problems, relationship dynamics and behaviors that one would like to feel better about as soon as possible. My practice does not ignore one's need for change in the here and now.
(202) 368-0600
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Working with you to increase your experience of hope and of joy, and to help you dissolve your grief is my orientation in both short-term and longer-term therapy. So often hurt and knowledge get buried beneath unhelpful, and yet habitual, emotional responses and mind-sets. My goal is to help you understand and become your authentic self and to set aside those habits and practices which distress your mind and burden your heart.
(202) 738-5103
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Grace C Riddell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C, MEd
“With more than 20 years experience I have had the privilege of watching people learn and grow in their life journeys. Psychotherapy offers a safe and healing environment in order to facilitate change and problem solving. I believe that my job is to listen to your story and to serve as an interactive guide in the process of change. You will learn a number of excellent tools to help you better communicate with yourself and others. Drawing from several modalities and techniques I encourage you to find your own voice and evolve into who you want to be.
(301) 744-8923 x2
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Rolando J Fuentes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Hello! My name is Rolando Fuentes. I am a clinical social worker with over ten years experience working with couples, families, and individual adults.
(202) 800-1491
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Suzanne M Brigham, Psychologist  in Washington
“I received my Ph.D. from The University of Michigan in 1972. I then became Director of Counseling at Saint Mary's College in South Bend, Indiana and then was a staff psychologist at the Center for Psychological Services at The American University. I have been in private practice since 1981. My specialties are anxiety disorders, eating disorders, depression, and relationship issues.
(202) 738-5549
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Robin Truitt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
“Often personal and professional relationships get complicated and difficult. Sometimes this results from our patterns of behavior and the way we see the world. Also true is that we do not easily see what obstructs us from having a more fulfilling and meaningful life. The psychotherapy I offer, allows for better understanding of reflexive and often no-longer-helpful reactions and responses which can cause anxious or depressed moods, conflicted relationships and decreased satisfaction in personal and professional relationships. By making a commitment to your well being, and with the right fit of psychotherapist, your life can become richer and more meaningful.
(202) 760-4375
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
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.
(202) 966-1381
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Jeffrey Jay, Psychologist  in Washington
“In therapy, the focus inevitably turns to the balance between self and others. Being responsible for one's own needs while being responsive to others, whether in a relationship, school, or at work is a dynamic, and sometimes confounding, process. How do you find that balance, being true to oneself and a truely caring person? That's the work of therapy. I work with individuals, couples, families, and students. I have a recognized expertise with severe psychological trauma, depression, anxiety, and marital problems including infidelities. I am proud to have been twice highly recommended by Washingtonian Magazine.
(202) 688-5479
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
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