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Therapists in Falls Church

Mary Jean Kane, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a psychotherapist, contemporary psychoanalyst, couples and group therapist, and a licensed clinical social worker by training. I work with adults and older adolescents and lead a Relational Psychotherapy Group, where men and women enhance their ability to have healthy relationships. I work with people on problems of everyday living, which includes understanding the impact of their family history on present day living and working on practical solutions as well. I am warm and interactive and place a high value on developing a relationship with my patients where they can feel my presence, understanding, and empathy.
(703) 468-8180
Falls Church, Virginia 22044
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
Judith Leanes-Brown  in Falls Church
“Therapy is a collaborative process. My role is to guide you and to help identify what your needs are. Over the past 25 years I have worked with people, individually and in small groups. I know the importance of listening and I pay close attention to both your words and what you are not saying.
(703) 991-4024
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Mel Brezovsky-Couples Counselor, Counselor  in Falls Church
“Welcome ** If this is your first experience or you have had counseling before you may be feeling like you want your life to take a new direction. Individuals and couples begin counseling to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationships. Anxiety, stress, worries, depression, or grief can impact sleep, appetite, and energy levels. By using strength based approaches I work collaboratively with you to explore ongoing transitional challenges as well as periods of personal uncertainty. I provide a safe and supportive environment and assist you in the process of change and growth.
(703) 622-9559
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
Michael Searby, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with extensive experience treating addictions, depression, communication/relationship issues, grief and loss, and trauma. As a Professional Counselor, I am privileged to be able to share in my clients' journeys and to help them overcome difficulties in what ways I am capable. Years of practice have showed me that when we are faced with overwhelming struggles we must first acknowledge their existence, and only then can we reach for the help necessary to find achievable solutions. In the safety of a grounded, knowledgeable, encouraging, and insight-oriented counseling experience I believe this is possible.
(703) 547-8353
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Kim Haywood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW
“I work in partnership with children, adolescents and adults as they make positive strides in their lives working through issues of anxiety and fear, depression, anger, grief and loss, trauma and life transitions. I predominantly utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which allows me to work collaboratively with clients. CBT allows clients to take an active role in the therapeutic process moving from an unhelpful cycle of thoughts, feeling and behaviors to a more helpful cycle. CBT increases self-awareness and enhances understanding of one's self which leads to more self-control and more helpful thoughts and behaviors.
(703) 957-7297
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Jim Balick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Jim has been in clinical practice since 1983. He helps individuals and couples work through relationship issues, adjustment and life-stage issues, workplace/ career issues, separation/divorce/recovery issues, parenting and co-parenting, aging parents, and substance abuse issues. He has an active, conversational style, and listens carefully for client goals and needs. He teaches skill-building tools and approaches, especially for improving communications. He encourages constructive dialogue and behavior, identifies blind spots, offers valuable suggestions, and facilitates insight to identify and process confusing emotions and ideas.
(703) 722-8076
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
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
Emily Margaret Brown, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Falls Church
“Emily Margaret Brown is an Intern working towards her Masters of Science degree in Marriage & Family Therapy at Virginia Tech. Based on a lifelong interest in growth, change and relationships, she earned a Bachelor's degree in Human Development from Virginia Tech as well. She currently holds two internships: at The Couple & Family Therapy Center, LLC (working under the supervision of Dr. Kathryn Rheem, LMFT) and Virginia Tech's Center for Family Services. At both locations, she works with clients across many developmental stages who are coping with various issues.
(804) 451-4758
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Zeyad Layous, Psychologist  in Falls Church
“Life can be full of difficulties. While we are at first adept at handling our challenges, our coping methods sometimes falter and our wellness becomes compromised. Therapy allows us to sort through our emotions, maladaptive behaviors, and negative beliefs about ourselves. We can then continue on with more clarity, self-assurance, purpose, and happiness. My approach to therapy is open, supportive, and fosters curiosity instead of judgment. I use a bottom-up and top-down approach, helping clients achieve insight about both the origins of symptoms, in addition to providing ways to cope with emotions in the present.
(571) 748-3874 x3
Falls Church, Virginia 22041
Courtney Morrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that psychotherapy can change your life. Whether it's overcoming anxiety in social situations or finding healing in a relationship with old and deep wounds, psychotherapy can equip you to overcome many life obstacles. You may encounter obstacles in many forms - destructive thoughts, dysfunctional relationships, spiritual crisis, overwhelming fears, emotional wounds from past abuse, or you may live with a general dissatisfaction with where you are in life. Engaging in therapy can reveal new ways of thinking about old problems and equip you with practical strategies for reaching your personal goals.
(571) 403-1449
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Jessica S MacNair, Counselor  in Falls Church
“My therapeutic style is interactive, empathetic and direct, and I will empower you to make healthier choices through a variety of techniques. My therapy sessions may focus on self-esteem improvement, anxiety, depression (including postpartum depression/anxiety & perinatal mood disorders), eating disorders, anger, ADHD, infertility, parenting issues and addictions. I also work with grief and loss (including pregnancy & child loss), sexuality (LGBT) and coping with relationship crisis and infidelity. I have over 15 years of clinical experience, and I am the founder & owner of Falls Church Wellness Center - I work with individuals, couples, families & groups.
(571) 449-2731
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
Thomas F Lamp, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, founder & co-owner of Falls Church Wellness Center ( I'm an experienced counselor/ therapist with knowledge of a wide variety of issues, problems and situations. I am excellent in communication, warm, relational, non-judgmental and direct. I work to hear the issues you are seeking help with. " I focus on the "here and now" issues you bring and we will explore what has brought you to therapy and what you would like to do to improve your life.
(703) 634-4956
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Dominion Hospital, Treatment Facility  in Falls Church
“Dominion Hospital, the only freestanding mental health care facility in Northern Virginia, leads the region in short-term mental health services for children, adolescents, and adults age 18 and older, as well as therapeutic programs for eating disorders through our Reflections Eating Disorders Treatment Center.
(703) 951-6121
Falls Church, Virginia 22044
Cindy Walls, Counselor  in Falls Church
“I work with a wide range of clients to help them constructively deal with their challenges, with a primary focus on adolescents and young adults. I believe in providing a safe and secure environment where you can thoughtfully explore your current situation, developing the necessary personal skills to make the progress you desire.
(202) 618-5173
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Mark R. Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a therapist working with individuals, couples and families for over 20 years, I see the effects of both large and small traumas on security, satisfaction and effectiveness in our lives and relationships. At times we need to do the hard work of overcoming marital and family problems, relational and personal trauma, anxiety, depression, anger, etc. I have powerful specialized tools for dealing with many of the challenges you may face. I'm a strong believer in honoring and cultivating our close ties to others, in part by becoming our best selves, increasing our capacity for secure and healthy attachment.
(703) 957-7923
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Steve Szopa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all deserve to feel more happy and alive. Many factors can draw us away from feeling good including worry, relationship complexities, job stress, self-defeating behaviors, illness or depression. If you want to explore the path to your full potential, please feel free to give me a call.
(703) 988-6487
Falls Church, Virginia 22044
Kate McCauley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LCSW
“The process of therapy is an act of courage. Choosing to open up to explore what isn't working in our lives is a powerful step. This is a place to explore what doesn't work, understanding why it's not working and exploring options for change.Over the past 20 years my work has developed and grown. I work best with older teens and adults. I enjoy working with individuals and couples. Helping parents of teenagers navigate their relationships with their children is a real passion of mine.
(703) 997-8554 x2
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
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