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LPC, CSAT, IFS
Ashburn, VA
Telehealth Telehealth
Relationship Issues, Trauma, Betrayal Trauma/Complex PTSD, Infidelity, Sexual Addiction
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LCSW, LCSW
Leesburg, VA | Lansdowne, VA
Telehealth Telehealth
Anxiety, Depression, Addiction, Adjustment Disorder, Aging
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Licensed Professional Counselor
Ashburn, VA
Telehealth Telehealth
Relationship Issues, Infidelity, Issues Finding Meaningful Relationships, Kink/Diverse Sexualities, Life Transitions
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Katie Pancione We've used a trusted third-party service to verify this practitioner's license.

LPC Resident
Herndon, VA
Telehealth Telehealth
Grief, Anxiety, Life Transitions, Career Counseling, Suicidal Ideation

Next Availability: Tuesday, 12/13

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Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Lansdowne, VA | Middleburg, VA
Telehealth Telehealth
Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Life Transitions, Adjustment Disorder

No availability for new clients

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Resident in Counseling
Reston, VA
In-person In-person
Telehealth Telehealth
Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Abuse Survivors, Addiction

Next Availability: Today

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Licensed Professional Counselor
Telehealth Telehealth
Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Adjustment Disorder, Bullying

Next Availability: Sunday, 12/18

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LPC, CSAC, CSOTP
Sterling, VA
In-person In-person
Telehealth Telehealth
Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Addiction, Abandonment
Anthem, Cigna, United Healthcare, Magellan, BlueCross and BlueShield

No availability for new clients

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LPC
Dale City, VA
Telehealth Telehealth
Trauma, Codependency, Anxiety, Depression, Abuse Survivors

Next Availability: Thursday, 12/22

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Brian L. Sharp We've used a trusted third-party service to verify this practitioner's license.

LPC-S, LMHC, NCC, MBACP
Avon, CT | St. Petersburg, FL | Swansboro, NC (+6 more)
Telehealth Telehealth
Anxiety, Depression, LGBTQIA+, Substance Use, Domestic Violence
Aetna, Cigna, Oxford, Oscar, BlueCross and BlueShield, and more

Next Availability: Today

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