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Therapists in Falls Church

Debbie Beach, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 18 years of experience. I specialize in couples therapy, Parenting Coordination and Collaborative Divorce Coaching. I am a certified Gottman Therapist and have studied and practice Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples. I provide practical, research based skills to couples looking to improve their relationships. We typically seek therapy to relieve symptoms that are causing problems with physical health, relationships and daily living. When healing begins, we can live more peacefully in the present. I strive to create a safe and compassionate atmosphere where you can explore your life circumstances.
(703) 957-7343
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Thomas J Pillion, Psychiatrist  in Falls Church
“If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, or problems with interpersonal relationships, I can help you to restore a sense of balance in your life. My goal is not just to provide symptom relief. Using both medication and psychotherapy, we will work together toward identifying and removing the obstacles that interfere with living a more happy and satisfying life. I trained in general adult psychiatry at the University of North Carolina and received my MD from the University of Texas. I see primarily adults, but I will see adolescents and children on a case-by-case basis.
(919) 344-0669
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Dianne B Modell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CIRT, CMT
“I am the Director for The Center For Integrated Therapy. Mission: Integration of traditional, psychodynamic, researched and mind-fullness based, psychotherapy . You may seek treatment with me to heal anxiety, depression, inner conflict, transitions, loss or issues with your relationships. I have Post- Masters Degree training to teach couples: Communication, conflict- resolution, trust-building, " re-romanticizing", enhancing nurturing, playfullness, sexual pleasure; build a "pleasure bond" to" fuel" working on difficulties. Group therapy, with my male co-therapist of 10 years: Practice authenticity with loving support. Have an "emotionally corrective" experience. Develop your inner guidance to become your own person.
(703) 468-8859
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Michael R Sternberg, Psychiatrist  in Falls Church
“I have over 25 years of experience treating patients of all ages. I work in a collaborative style, have excellent listening skills and work with you to find the right medication, if indicated, for your symptoms. I am compassionate and dedicated to help relieve your suffering. For more information, please visit my web site at michaelrsternbergmd.com
(703) 791-1503
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Rim Mghir, Psychiatrist  in Falls Church
“I am an Adult and Geriatric psychiatrist, in private practice since 1997. I specialize in psycho-pharmacological treatment for a wide range of mental disorders. Much of my focus is on treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, and on post-traumatic stress disorder. I emphasize open rapport with my patients. A thorough evaluation of the patient's medical, psychological and social backround and history, undertaken at the outset of treatment, provides the framework for formulating a treatment plan, which is presented and discussed with the patient. I also work closely with health professionals involved in the care of the patients.
(703) 810-7719
Falls Church, Virginia 22044
Adele Stuckey, Art Therapist  in Falls Church
“Why Art Therapy? Art therapy can create a place for you to "say" what is difficult, or impossible, to express with words. Maybe your experiences are too painful and overwhelming to discuss verbally... Or you have a hard time trusting others enough to share how you feel... But you're ready to create change in your life. Let's work together to find your voice.
(703) 722-6561
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Erica Sari Gants, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“As a clinical/developmental psychologist I see myself as a facilitator of your natural tendency toward growth and healing. When life's stresses challenge your resources you may feel overwhelmed and stuck repeating ineffective patterns.I will help you use your existing strengths to develop new skills. We can soothe the feelings, manage stress and tackle problems.Therapy is most successful as a collaborative effort: I contribute experience in Parent/Child Relationships, Lifespan Development, Biochemistry and various techniques; You bring a unique blend of skills and experiences. Together we have the tools to clarify problems, find new perspectives and reach solutions.
(540) 328-0973
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
David Flohr, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“I currently specialize in helping children and families address and resolve the various issues which interfere with a satisfying personal and family life. I welcome adults who are struggling with the challenges of parenting and have developed innovative and effective methods to assist in the ongoing self development of the parent. I work extensively with couples who are seeking a deepening connection and increased vitality. I am earnestly collaborative in my clinical style and bring 35 years of experience and training to my efforts to be a truly competent and conscious therapist/helper.
(703) 596-8852
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Jessica Valner, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“We are convinced we have a problem. We're focused on it, worried about it, and it often feels like it defines us. These problems tend to show up or worsen during life and relationship transitions. Attending to what isn't working, as well as being intentional about addressing these problems, is necessary for change. Easily overlooked though, are the jewels - the opportunities hiding behind those problems. Psychotherapy provides a safe space for growth opportunities - offering compassion to those parts of ourselves we don't like or shame us, while allowing for the fluidity, flexibility and movement required for transformations.
(703) 997-7523 x3
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Alicia Todd, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“I believe in a collaborative approach to psychotherapy. My clients and I are partners in their treatment. My style is interactive. My background is primarily in the area of cognitive behavioral therapy, however, my years in practice have demonstrated the importance of integrating biological, social, and spiritual aspects into treatment. I have expertise in mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, substance abuse disorders and trauma and abuse.
(703) 348-9193
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Marc D Grande, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“I specialize in child and adolescent psychology and also see adults. For children and adolescents, I utilize sand-tray and play therapy methods as well as individual therapy. In addition, I offer comprehensive testing and diagnostic services for emotional and behavioral issues, intelligence testing, and psychoeducational assessment. For adults, I focus on depression/anxiety, personality issues and life-transitions.
(703) 957-7867
Falls Church, Virginia 22043
Jeanne B Evans, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and I see myself as a psychological and spiritual midwife assisting clients in the birthing of new dimensions of themselves in the on-going process of personal transformation. My areas of specialty include: Grief/Loss, Depression, Anxiety and Relationship issues. An effective way I have found to work with many of my clients is through the use of bibliotherapy. I am also a deep believer in the value of cultivating silence into one's life and have offered day-long retreats entitled: Tilling One's Soil, Cultivating One's Soul; and Reclaiming Ember Days.
(540) 212-2555
Falls Church, Virginia 22044
“Leaving loved ones behind and trying to adapt to a new culture all can be quite distressing. Feeling anxious, depressed, lost, and even traumatized are normal feelings for someone who is trying to build a new life in the U.S. Immigrants and children of immigrants struggle with these very issues and often find it difficult to talk about them. This is particularly true for Muslims post-9/11. Immigration and difficulty with acculturation can also lead to issues with family reunification, parenting, academic underachievement, behavioral issues, and marital conflict.
(571) 248-3351
Falls Church, Virginia 22042
Steven M. Harner, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“In my work with adults, children and teenagers, I focus on their strengths and encourage them to think beyond difficulties and identify achievable goals. I coach parents skills to better communicate with their children and become "safely unpredictable," particularly as many children (if not all) become experts in how to push their parents buttons! I have been told by many of my clients over the past 18 years that my warm and directive, confident approach has been most helpful. Many children and teenagers referred to my practice have been in therapy before, with limited success.
(703) 291-3051 x1
Falls Church, Virginia 22044
Karen Brandt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am committed to helping people find relief and greater happiness. Twenty five years of experience as a psychotherapist confirms my belief in the power of understanding and the possibility of change. The fear of change can become the excitement of discovery; avoidance and running away can transform into assertiveness; holding back can give way to reaching out; confusion can crystallize into clarity and confidence; emotional pain can transform into patience and wisdom. Together, we can work to help you find the solutions and fulfillment you seek.
(703) 344-4742
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Linda D Fama, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“I believe that finding a therapist can be like buying a pair of shoes - you need to find the one that fits. While I primarily use a cognitive-behavioral orientation with my clients, my focus has always been on using techniques that fit each specific client. I enter into a therapeutic relationship with the belief that each client possesses the power to change and can learn ways to bring about change and relief to his or her situation. Change is always possible if the choice is to do so. To set up an appointment, please call instead of emailing me.
(703) 891-9505
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Diana Furrow, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I am a licensed professional counselor and have worked for the past 17 years in residential and private practice. I provide individual and group counseling for adolescents and adults struggling with mood disorders, which includes depression and anxiety and any trauma related problems. I also work with children as young as 3 to help resolve anxiety and behavioral concerns. My approach to therapy is typically goal-directed, which means your counseling sessions will be designed to help you overcome your current challenges and reach satisfaction.
(703) 468-8279
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
LaShawn R. Fisher, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I have 18+ years experience in the Counseling field working in the areas of mental health, substance abuse, corrections and leadership. My ideal client is anyone who is at a stuck point in their lives and need support and guidance to assist them in moving forward no matter the problem. I offer Counseling and Psychotherapy Services to address: Relationship Issues, Anger, Depression, Anxiety, Work/Home Stress, Life Transitions, Grief and Loss, Healing from Current and Past Trauma, Interpersonal Relations, Parenting, Self-Esteem, Women's Issues, and other impasses. My treatment modalities are Individual, Group and Family Counseling. I also offer Skype counseling.
(571) 248-3312
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Bonnie R Sobel RN LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
“Do you feel stressed? Are you irritable or moody? Do you worry too much about yourself, your spouse, your children, your parents or your work? Are you troubled by medical conditions? Do you have trouble sleeping? Eating? Are you not functioning as well as you used to?
(540) 307-0935
Falls Church, Virginia 22043
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, EdM, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 10 years of experience who specializes in working with infants, toddlers, preschool and elementary school-aged children and their families. Referral issues often include emotional and behavioral challenges, anxiety and depression, intense or persistent fears, frequent temper tantrums, aggressive behaviors, sleeping difficulties, developmental issues, peer and relationship challenges, parental separation and divorce, regulatory difficulties, grief and loss, and trauma and attachment issues. In addition to providing therapeutic support to the child, I believe that an integral component of the clinical process includes parent/caregiver guidance and support.
(703) 260-6503
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
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