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Therapists in Washington, DC 20009
Adams Morgan and U Street Corridor

Debra Zatz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LICSW
“I treat individuals and couples who present with a range of needs, from debilitating eating disorders to mild anxiety and to issues that cannot be described in five words or less. I see the whole person rather than a group of symptoms with the recognition that people are complex and that most of us have difficulties in one or more areas of our lives. I work to help people become more integrated which, I believe, helps them lead more fulfilling lives. Life isn't so easy sometimes, but through insight change is possible.
(202) 643-9909
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Yeshashwork Kibour, Psychologist  in Washington
“I believe that when therapy works, clients feel understand, validated, and safe in the therapeutic environment. They get to explore what is normal or not necessarily helpful in terms of how others treat them and how they view their environment. They no longer feel stuck. Past traumas, depression, anxiety can make people feel stuck and unable to move towards their life goals. Gentle inquiry, compassion, and concrete recommendations for moving forward are part of my therapy process, which is collaborative. The focus is staying in the present moment and integrating mind and body - a holistic approach.
(703) 957-7847
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work to create a safe space to explore whatever is most important to you. While helping you identify, explore and understand your thoughts and feelings, we work to learn what you really want for yourself, gain insight into what has been getting in the way of reaching those goals, and apply this understanding to relieve distressing symptoms and overcome obstacles that get in the way of moving toward a more satisfying life. My approach is interactive and collaborative. My personal style is engaged and open, with a compassionate blend of support and challenge.
(202) 800-2083
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Stephen Holland, Psychologist  in Washington
“I specialize in providing research-proven cognitive-behavioral treatments tailored to the individual needs and goals of my patients. Among the problems I commonly treat are anxiety, depression, relationship issues, bipolar disorder, OCD, panic and agoraphobia, PTSD, social anxiety, phobias, LGBTQ issues, career issues, anger, grief, and personality disorders. For complex problems I offer integrative therapy that combines the proven practical techniques of CBT with the in-depth understanding of human personality and functioning provided by psychoanalytic, humanistic, and mindfulness-based approaches.
(202) 759-2884 x01
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Valerie Lovenheim, Psychological Associate  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, LPC, MHC
“As a licensed therapist I provide my clients the respect, privacy, and confidentiality that I believe every human being deserves. I focus on creating a safe and nurturing environment, free of judgment and criticism, where you can search within to find your own answers through greater self-awareness and self-directed growth. My goal is to help you gain insight and understanding of your capabilities and choices in life. If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or if you're ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you.
(202) 601-3890
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Joshua Riley, Counselor  in Washington
“[Weekend hours available] Struggling with depression, anxiety or other mental health issues? Curious about the role drugs, alcohol, and sex are playing in your life? Allow me to accompany you in confidential and non-judgmental examination of your relationship to people, sex, drugs or alcohol, and related behaviors. My training and expertise focus on the intersection of substance use, mental health, sexuality, and health. My specialties include working with gay and bisexual men, individuals using methamphetamine, people living with mood disorders, people living with the effects of HIV, and individuals addressing issues related to sexuality and sexual behavior.
(240) 772-5339
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Michelle Sanzo, Psychologist  in Washington
“I provide adults in the Washington, D.C. area with individual, couples and group psychotherapy. My style of therapy is accepting, collaborative, and respectful of individual values and choices. I adjust my techniques and theoretical approach depending on your needs, comfort level, and personality. My goal is to provide a safe and nurturing therapeutic environment so that you may search within to find your own answers through greater self-awareness and self-directed growth.
(619) 567-3697
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Thomas J Coughlin, Counselor  in Washington
“Sometimes creating or maintaining a happy, satisfying life requires help. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I will listen and engage you in ways that support a life of balance, healing and growth.
(202) 738-5456
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Suzanne M Goldberg, Psychologist  in Washington
“In my experience of over 30years in clinical practice, I have learned to use a variety of approaches to help people with a broad range of life problems. I began with a grounding in psychoanalytic theory,tempered with an awareness of cultural and socio-economic differences, enhanced by a foundation in medicine. My way of working is to listen carefully to develop an understanding of each person's background, history and world view in order to help that person understand his/her motives, emotions,behavior in order to resolve conflicts and lead a more fulfilled life with more satisfying relationships.
(202) 643-4910
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Kate Scharff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C, LICSW
“I'm a psychotherapist, author, and teacher with over 25 years experience helping individuals, couples and families navigate issues such as anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, marital difficulty, and parenting. I maintain a general practice of individual and couple therapy. Separately, I have a highly specialized practice in separation and divorce. I work flexibly as a mediator, divorce consultant, Parenting Coordinator, and Collaborative Divorce practitioner. You'll find more information about my experience, qualifications, and what it might be like to work with me at www.katescharff.com. Feel free to email or call with questions.
(301) 850-6853
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Mariana Figueira, Psychologist  in Washington
“Through an empathic, supportive, and collaborative therapeutic approach, I will strive to help you gain insight into the nature of your problems and what may be getting in the way of you feeling more connected or fulfilled in life. Perhaps you question your ability to sustain meaningful and lasting relationships. Or you constantly worry about how others see you, spend too much energy trying to please people, and doubt your attractiveness and worthiness to them. I believe therapy can help you to develop a more compassionate, honest relationship with yourself, allowing you to be more clear and authentic in your communication with others.
(202) 517-9408
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Joseph W. LaFleur, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, MBA
“My main focus is to make you feel comfortable, understood and to experience solutions derived from your personality. I work with a host of issues including problematic relationships, anxiety, depression, identity confusion, roles, addiction recovery and sexuality. Some are having difficulty making decisions, questioning aspects of life, bored with social interactions, insecure about the future, or repeating unhealthy patterns. Maybe you are grieving, experiencing separation or break-up, having problems speaking with or understanding your partner/s, dealing with being in, leaving or starting college. Sometimes you are just trying to figure out how to enjoy life.
(202) 559-4759
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Alexis Merin  in Washington
“At moments of transition in your life, it can feel particularly useful to have someone with whom you can talk. I help clients to address a wide range of issues, including: life changes, relationships, self esteem, trauma, grief and loss, anger, aggression, depression and anxiety. In my practice, I see children, adolescents, adults and couples.
(202) 559-1145
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Mollie Dee, Psychologist  in Washington
“Greetings. I am a licensed clinical psychologist in the District of Columbia and specialize in providing services to children, adolescents, and adults who are experiencing academic, emotional, behavioral, and/or interpersonal challenges. I currently work in private practice, but also have extensive experience working in schools with students and their families. I have a strong background in assessment, and frequently complete evaluations for a variety of concerns including: screening for Attention-Deficits, assessing social and emotional functioning, exploring cognitive and academic strengths and weaknesses, clarifying symptoms and diagnosis, and aiding in treatment planning.
(202) 759-7821
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Mia Foley, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work collaboratively with my clients to develop a treatment program that meets their individual needs. I employ research-proven techniques in working with a variety of difficulties, including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder and habit control problems. I also provide treatment for interpersonal challenges, such as relationship or personality issues as well as anything that interferes with the ability to live a fulfilling and productive life. While I work from a predominantly cognitive-behavioral framework, I often integrate techniques from other schools of therapy, particularly when working with complex problems.
(202) 760-2048
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Pamela Finnerty, Counselor  in Washington
“Psychotherapy can be a bridge to change and to a life that works better for us. Through therapy, we can discover renewed creativity, vitality and well-being in our relationships, careers, and home lives. I have been working with people for over thirty years, and have a warm, compassionate and lively style. My work is characterized by immediacy and optimism as we work together to forge stronger and more vital approaches to life's challenges.
(202) 656-2915
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Jonathan Kirkendall, Counselor  in Washington
“In my psychotherapy and career counseling, I strive to create a warm, trusting environment in which the client can safely begin to investigate the challenges that prevent them from living fully in the present. Therapy is not just about “getting rid of” negative feelings and responses. We can also learn to be kind to ourselves and learn skills that move us out of feeling stuck while at the same time gaining a deep appreciation for our lives. Instead of being closed and reactive, we can learn to open and respond with clarity and compassion to the world around us.
(202) 643-2904
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Suzanne K Haddad, Psychologist  in Washington
“We all have complicated personal stories that have led us to where we are in life. Your unique thoughts, fears, desires and emotions can affect the quality of your daily experiences and cause you to repeat unhealthy patterns.
(202) 559-1126
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Navin Reddy, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“If you are feeling depressed or anxious please feel free to contact me. I uniquely offer both convenient office appointments as well as house-call visits within the District. If you are interested in meeting quickly, please email or call and I will get back to you as soon as possible. I also work within a group of trusted therapists and could provide easy referrals upon request.
(202) 759-8751
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Cynthia E. Killough, Psychologist  in Washington
“I use an active, serious, and friendly approach to help you figure out where you are and how to move forward. When you discuss your emotional life with a professional psychotherapist, talking organizes and transforms your thinking. You gain a better understanding of possible emotional roadblocks, allowing you to overcome issues such as anxiety, fearfulness, low mood, career concerns, dating troubles, family problems, and more. Problem-solve for 1-2 sessions, or take a deeper look at your underlying thoughts and habits. When you understand yourself more fully, you can take action to make your life better.
(202) 670-0925
Washington, District of Columbia 20009
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