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Therapists in Washington, DC 20037
Foggy Bottom and West End

Natalie X Korytnyk, Psychologist  in Washington
“Are you feeling frustrated, stuck, or unhappy in your work life or relationships? Is there a deep loneliness with no one to talk to or really understand? Psychotherapy can help and heal. With over 20 years experience, I work by creating a safe, nurturing and understanding therapeutic relationship. My approach is to actively listen and work collaboratively on gaining a deeper understanding of the feelings, internal struggles, obstacles, the impact of earlier life experiences, as well as repeating patterns of behavior that may be underlying symptoms and the root cause of difficulties.
(202) 681-2924
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Karen Walker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C
“Upon entering my office, you'll find a safe and supportive environment to explore areas in which you find yourself questioning or struggling. Therapy is a journey, and I embark upon this journey along with you, using an array of approaches and therapeutic techniques to discover what may be blocking you from moving forward to realize your potential in both your personal and professional relationships. I work with individuals and couples with presenting issues including depression, anxiety, relationships, grief and loss, life transitions and fertility issues.
(202) 255-1322
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Peter Polatin, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I treat all psychiatric syndromes and life disturbances that adults might experience. My orientation is toward short term, problem solving therapy to resolve crises, and appropriate medication management for disturbing emotional symptoms. I collaborate with non-physician psychotherapists for clients who require specialized or longer term therapies, and can initiate such a referral if necessary. I will also work with other managing physicians from different specialties to ensure that there is an interactive process within the treatment team. I have lived and worked overseas, and understand the crises that are experienced by those returning from a foreign assignment.
(202) 733-6552
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Aileen Elsaesser  in Washington
“As a counselor, I work collaboratively with individuals so that they may discover how to live a most fulfilling life. I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with various concerns including anxiety, depression, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, grief, poor self-esteem, relationship issues, and life transitions. Therapy can be very challenging; I hope to guide you toward more insight, honesty, and fun!
(202) 780-6486
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Sinan Duzyurek, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“My training and clinical experience repertoire include general medicine, neuropychiatric medicine; sexual medicine; comprehensive adult psychiatry; various psychotherapies; modern neuromodulation (brain stimulation) therapies; cutting-edge medical and behavioral treatments for sexual dysfunctions; psychiatric genetic testing and brain imaging; and advanced psychopharmacology . I am certified by the American Society for Clinical Psychopharmacology to practice advanced clinical psychopharmacology. I employ a multidimensional and integrating approach toward an accurate and comprehensive diagnosis and effective treatment strategies. I am in the clinical faculty at the GWU, Depart. of Psychiatry, teaching advanced and optimized treatments for a wide array of difficulties.
(202) 759-3055
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Christian Linton, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I believe listening - and being truly heard - is one of the most powerful therapeutic experiences. We are social beings, and if we have become isolated, or feel misunderstood, even ignored, we suffer deeply. I bring a high level of attentiveness to my work as a psychiatrist that provides the crucial foundation on which true growth and change can occur. I want to hear your story, to understand how your suffering, whatever its form, has come to be in the present day.
(202) 999-3811
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Sonja Linn, Psychologist  in Washington
“I view therapy as a process that can facilitate healing and change, as well as understanding and fulfillment. Whether stuck in a conflicted relationship, feeling lost, struggling with depression or anxiety, adjusting to a transition or life change, feeling unable to break unhealthy patterns or resolve past issues and pain, it can be difficult to know where to start. Together, we can explore the issues you face and identify the direction you want your life to take and the steps needed to get you there. Once established, our relationship can provide the foundation and safety for this process.
(202) 670-9935
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Sandra L Francis, Psychologist  in Washington
“Hi! I'm a psychologist who has lived in the Washington DC area for the past twenty years. I know that life in this region can be stressful, with traffic, high-pressure jobs, and interpersonal demands. I am able to help people find ways to cope with these pressures and life's many challenges, including self-esteem issues, emotional distress, anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, grief and loss, and life transitions. I work with children, teens, and adults. I provide guidance and consultation to parents on questions related to child development, behavior challenges, and family conflict.
(703) 537-5644
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Debra L. Davis, Psychologist  in Washington
“As a licensed psychologist with over 20 years experience, I provide individual therapy to adults. I work holistically, consider the whole person and believe in the connections between mind, body and spirit; thoughts, feelings and behaviors and the past and the present. I work actively with clients to identify and gain a better understanding of the influence of past experiences, inner conflicts and struggles and self-defeating thought and behavior patterns on current difficulties. We work collaboratively to develop strategies to remove barriers, come to new understandings, build on strengths and capabilities, and develop effective coping skills.
(301) 852-5470
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Steven Van Wagoner, Psychologist  in Washington
“Typically individuals come to psychotherapy for relief of emotional and psychological pain, which may take the form of depression, anxiety, self-defeating behavior, and/or unfulfilled relationships or goals, to name a few. Many can identify some past trauma, or perhaps some mistreatment that seems somehow connected. For others the reasons are more elusive, like a general feeling of unhappiness, perhaps with oneself or with others.I strive to help you verbalize your thoughts and feelings about what happens between us in our emerging relationship as a way of understanding your relationships in general.
(202) 656-5989
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Martha Dupecher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW
“I believe in the importance of relationships, and I work to help people develop more satisfying connections with others, whether at home, at work, or with friends. Often the ideas we carry around in our heads about ourselves and others can limit what we're willing to give and receive in the way of love, respect and friendship. Understanding more about these ideas, and the way they're connected to depression and anxiety, can make a real difference in our lives.
(202) 824-0677
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Laura J. George, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LICSW
“I believe therapy is a collaborative relationship that can lead to finding new and positive ways of relating to people and situations in your life. In therapy, we look at the distinctive ways in which you relate to me and others, whether or not you are aware of them, and then we analyze them so you can consciously begin to do something different. I want to make psychotherapy affordable, so I accept clients on a sliding scale basis, from $75 to $120. I would be happy to hear from you.
(202) 656-9918
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Brian Cross, Psychologist  in Washington
“I work with a wide variety of clients in individual, couples, group and consultation formats.I provide a relationship that promotes respectful, direct expression of our unique human frailties and strengths be they happy, angry, fearful or sad. Psychotherapy is a potent elixir for change. The 'contents' of life provides for each of us at times a 'wild-ride', a 'lazy day', or somewhere in between. I help my clients with the 'process' of life to stay connected with their Self and others on their journeys.
(202) 643-6971
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Amy Tatsumi, Counselor  in Washington
“Are you a bright, decisive, and know what you want Washingtonian (transplant or expat), but for some reason happiness feels just out of reach? You see it (people with great careers, with true friends, or in amazing marriages) all around. You know yourself, understand the problem, dynamic, or dilemma, but no matter how hard you try, you can't get any traction. You'd much rather be able to move on, or go it alone, but you can't. You may struggle with depression or anxiety, but your inner critic or perfectionism has your number.
(914) 610-3144
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Mary C Quigley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with couples, families, and individuals. My specialties include grief counseling, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and couples conflict. I have over 30 years of experience working with young adults in university settings and with individuals and couples in private practice.
(202) 417-2746
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Dominique Peridans, Counselor  in Washington
“I believe that practical, life wisdom sets us free. My goal is to assist you in discovering such wisdom, in the light of which you can make good, healthy choices. Indeed, truth (expressed in wisdom) and love (expressed in good choices) are what make us human beings happy. If you struggle with loss/grief, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, sexual orientation issues, difficult relationships, church discernment, or questions of spirituality, or if you are seeking marital preparation, I would be honored to walk with you.
(703) 634-4508
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Umi Chong, Psychologist  in Washington
“I'm a licensed clinical psychologist trained at Harvard Medical School and GWU. Occasionally, we notice patterns of thinking--behaving--experiencing others and ourselves, which can feel very old, familiar, and frustrating. Or, we can be hit by unanticipated life circumstances like loss, transitions, identity shifts, or trauma that leave us feeling overwhelmed, scared, and stuck----where existing strengths and coping skills seem no longer effective. Through a dynamic and collaborative process, I help clients understand and transform their old ways of being to feel more connected, anew, and, ultimately, to better flourish in their relationships, work, and within themselves.
(571) 384-8865
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Jason M Rosen, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“The unique nature of my practice and approach to therapy stem from my medical training and advanced training in insight-oriented psychotherapy. Although I have a strong background in psychiatric diagnosis and medical management, I believe strongly in a holistic approach to therapy.
(202) 559-1102
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Ellen K Baker, Psychologist  in Washington
“Therapy offers a setting in the service of further knowing and understanding one's feelings, so as to be better able to respectfully care for one's self. Generally, the more choices we have in caring for our feelings, the better we usually feel and function. Learning to talk through feelings lessens the risks of those feelings being acted out in self-destructive ways. Constructive self-management contributes to self-esteem. Self-understanding, in combination with more clearly defined personal boundaries, makes for more satisfying relationships with others.
(202) 429-9829
Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Joseph Michael Jeral, Psychiatrist  in Washington
“I use talk therapy and, when necessary, medications, to help people get to a place in which they can listen to their own voice, and use their own strengths, to cope with life's challenges, to establish a meaningful vision for their life, and to carry it out. I help people with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and career difficulties.
(202) 601-3747
Washington, District of Columbia 20037

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