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Therapists in 20190

Roy S Wilensky, Psychologist  in Reston
“Many people who seek help have a sense of what's bothering them or what they wish to accomplish, while others aren't sure. Are you seeking assessment and clarification of behavioral, learning, attention, or memory problems and how to address them? Are you feeling sad, anxious, or concerned about your relationships with others? I'm here to help you determine what you want to change and work with you to change it so that you can realize meaningful improvements in your life.
(703) 962-1455
Reston, Virginia 20190
Karla Fife, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Reston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCBA
“I work with children and adolescents, providing individual, group, social skills groups, and family therapy. While I work with neurotypical children, my expertise is working with individuals with Asperger's, High Functioning Autism, and PDD-NOS. I also support children with ADHD, anxiety, and families coping with stress and anger challenges. I do a lot of work with middle school students with ASD and social difficulties. I program community experiences into social skills groups to support carry-over into real world settings. I also include peer mentors to provide social experiences that better resemble typical peer interaction.
(703) 596-4209
Reston, Virginia 20190
John Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Reston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CGP
“Socrates said that the unexamined life is not worth living: Forty years of clinical experience have convinced me he was right. Psychotherapy provides us the chance to examine our lives in a confidential setting and find relief from the things that plague us: relationships that start well and end badly, depression, anxiety, drinking or eating too much; in short, the symptoms from which we seek relief. Symptom relief is a reasonable expectation of psychotherapy and for many a brief period of work is enough to find it, navigate a crisis, and move on. For others, more time may be needed to discern underlying issues.
(703) 957-7443
Reston, Virginia 20190
Sarah Freeman, Counselor  in Reston
“Has it been some time since you felt like the person you are comfortable being? Is your child experiencing challenges at home, at school or with friends? Would you like to see personal growth for yourself or for your child? My practice is designed to allow people of all ages to feel comfortable as they work through difficult situations. Through individual therapy we can work towards reaching your goals and finding solutions that work well. I regularly work with individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, children's needs, divorce, separations, victims of violence, trauma, grief and loss.
(571) 350-3239
Reston, Virginia 20190
Michele McConkie Erekson  in Reston
“I work with children, teens, couples and families dealing with behavioral and relational challenges. I would like to support you as you seek to eliminate negative behavior patterns and develop closer family ties, where everyone feels empowered and is on a positive path to growth and well-being.
(484) 406-4535
Reston, Virginia 20190
John W Millikin, Counselor  in Reston
“Personal set-backs and conflictual relationships are common problems that we all can face at some point in our lives. I work with individuals with such issues as depression and mood swings, grief and loss, anxiety and worries, addictions, anger management, intimacy and sexual difficulties, and divorce adjustment. For couples I provide a format to discuss difficult topics in a more safe and constructive environment. I help couples improve communication that enhances closeness, deepens understanding and reduces reactivity. Sessions include the keys of good expression and listening, family of origin issues, working with emotions and identifying needs, and creating new goals and rituals.
(703) 464-9700
Reston, Virginia 20190
Imran Akram, Psychiatrist  in Reston
“I provide high quality, comprehensive healthcare to adults and teenagers with ADHD, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other mental disorders. My approach is to focus on the whole patient and follow evidence-based treatment guidelines.
(703) 574-6311
Reston, Virginia 20190
Susan M Pan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Reston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAT
“Susan Pan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) by the Commonwealth of Virginia, a certified Sex addiction therapist and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Her graduate education was at the University of Maryland and has been in practice since 1986. She believes that within each individual, couple and family are resources to make change. Through psychotherapy, she helps clients identify and use these resources to grow and change. She specializes in empowering people to resolve issues such as: addictions, co-dependency, anxiety, depression, family discord, couples conflict, parenting struggles and post divorce realtionships.
(540) 227-0917
Reston, Virginia 20190
Leslie Smith, Psychologist  in Reston
“I believe my role as a therapist is to provide a safe, supportive space where you can talk over your difficulties, and I in turn provide perspective, insight, and creative problem-solving strategies. With over 20 years of experience with adults and couples, I have many therapeutic approaches available. Past clients have told me that they appreciate my ability to listen reflectively but still provide active feedback and ideas that allow them to see a new angle on their problems and begin to change.
(703) 957-7483
Reston, Virginia 20190
“I am an experienced, Double Board Certified Psychiatrist treating Adult and Geriatric Patients with an expertise in Psychosomatic Medicine. Given this additional training, I provide an integrative approach towards mental health & wellness. After completing a comprehensive initial psychiatric evaluation, I provide patients with my assessment, problems of focus, and our overall treatment plan. I recognize the role of medications in the treatment of psychiatric illness, however, my recommendations also include psychotherapy (talk therapy) ordering and evaluating labs & relevant blood work, collaborating with your other physicians while maintaining your confidentiality, exploring supplements, exercise, yoga, and mindfulness in your overall treatment.
(703) 997-8599
Reston, Virginia 20190
Center for Life Strategies, LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Reston
“Linda G. Ritchie, Ph.D., is the founder and director of the Center for Life Strategies with offices in Reston and Arlington, VA. With more than 10 therapists with different areas of expertise, we are able to offer a variety of counseling and psychological services to include: Relationship Counseling; Child, Adolescent and Adult Counseling and Psychotherapy; Substance Abuse/Addiction Counseling; Clinical Hypnosis; Psychological and Neruropsychologcal Assessments and Testing. Our approach to counseling is very results oriented. We want you to get results from counseling right away. We work with you to ensure you see the therapist that has the skills that best meet your needs.
(703) 437-6311
Reston, Virginia 20190
David Caldwell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Reston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“For over twenty years I have provided psychotherapy to people who have been negatively impacted by pressures and problems of work, family, and relationships. I help them cope with and heal stresses, conflicts, and losses that are causing them emotional pain and diminished well being. I work from the premise that intimate relationships with our partners, children, friends and work associates are pivotal in our lives. When communications are strained or collapsed, the resulting feelings can be painful and disabling. Healing and renewing our connections brings relief and promise for richer, more satisfying living, greater happiness and mental well being.
(202) 455-4704
Reston, Virginia 20190
Colleen Sevilla, Psychologist  in Reston
“Life can be overwhelming with its unexpected twists and turns, and therapy can have a powerful and enduring impact. I have been honored to assist clients with making significant changes to their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I offer individual therapy and psychological testing services to adults and adolescents. My approach is both collaborative and supportive. I provide targeted feedback to assist you with achieving your goals and more fully understanding yourself and your relationships. Since no two people are alike, I have been trained in a variety of theoretical orientations to ensure I can flexibly meet your unique needs.
(703) 997-2505
Reston, Virginia 20190
Paula L Rainer, Counselor  in Reston
Counselor, PhD
“I have a doctorate degree in Counselor Education from Virginia Tech and my objective is to help clients to infuse self-determination in their lives. I am a former Director of School Counseling and current professor of Clinical Mental Health. My specialty area includes youth and adults with anxiety, ADHD, Autism, depression, and PTSD. The sooner a person's self-worth and ability to control a level of success in their life is restored, his/her overall social, emotional, behavioral, and academic/career satisfaction increases.
(703) 596-4689
Reston, Virginia 20190
Path to Peace Psychotherapy LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Reston
“I specialize in working with young kids, teens and adults who need help with their stress, fears, anxiety and PTSD. I use approaches, including EMDR, to help clients overcome recent trauma, as well as negative thoughts and beliefs left over from difficult childhood experiences. For many clients, including children, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) quickly helps clients begin feeling empowered and hopeful about their future. My particular approach is to build on a person's core strengths to allow them to move beyond, or completely eliminate, triggering situations with an emotional charge.
(703) 988-6436
Reston, Virginia 20190
Erin Kardel, Psychologist  in Herndon
“Our office practices cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based cognitive behavior therapy, which are evidence-based, empirically supported, proven treatment in mental health care. CBT can be combined with medication to increase success. In most cases, it is preferable first to try CBT alone before adding medication. If medication is used with CBT, it may be optimal once symptoms improve to begin reducing medicine and, possibly, stopping it altogether. Please contact us to set up a consultation for treatment toward a specific psychological problem.
(703) 997-6283
Herndon, Virginia 20190
Jean Ward, Psychologist  in Reston
“Recently identified in Washingtonian Magazine as one of the best therapists in the DC metropolitan area, I am a clinical psychologist with more than 30 years of experience. I see pre-teens, adolescents and adults for treatment of anxiety, adjustment disorders, mood disorders, depression, and eating disorders. I enjoy working with people who are managing transitions in interpersonal relationships, school, work, and lifestyle, and am especially interested in issues involving personal and work relationships, and work/life balance. I graduated magna cum laude from Duke University, and earned my Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. Please review my website, DrJeanWard.com.
(703) 385-1777
Reston, Virginia 20190
Robert A Lavine, Psychologist  in Reston
“I enjoy being a behavior-change agent, helping young adults and working professionals manage anxiety, panic, mood, ADHD, and other problems. Helping children and teens with similar concerns or challenging behavior is also a special interest. I use practical Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with an interpersonal approach that deals with relationships as well as behavior. I can also provide psychological testing to guide treatment or school accommodations. My special interests include technology, education, and cultural issues.
(703) 596-8434
Reston, Virginia 20190
Tara Travia, Psychologist  in Reston
“I work collaboratively with clients to increase their well-being, achieve goals, and better manage life's challenges. I believe everyone has the innate capacity to manage these inevitable difficulties and experience more joy everyday. Although healing comes from within, it is sometimes elusive and my work is to help you with that process by providing direction when needed, and stepping out of the way when the work is done. I utilize a mixture of Cognitive-Behavioral (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment (ACT) techniques which have been found to have significant benefits for those seeking treatment.
(724) 602-9776
Reston, Virginia 20190
Lawrence P. Riso, Psychologist  in Reston
“Practicing over 15 years; extensive training in the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders and couples distress. Practitioner-scholar with over 50 published journal articles and book chapters on psychotherapy and psychological disorders. Recent book, "Cognitive Schemas and Core Beliefs in Psychological Problems: A Scientist-Practitioner Guide" is published by the American Psychological Association. I offer problem-focused, evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). I hold certifications in "Cognitive Therapy" (from the Academy of Cognitive Therapy) and "Schema Therapy" (from the International Society for Schema Therapy).
(703) 957-7743
Reston, Virginia 20190

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