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Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Lansdowne, VA | Middleburg, VA
I received my doctorate in clinical psychology, with a concentration in couples and family therapy, from Yeshiva University in New York City. During my time in New York, I served as an intern at the United Nations for the American Psychological Association (APA) and learned about mental health c...

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LPC Resident
Herndon, VA
We are all born with a clean sheet of smooth paper. Everyday we wander through life making decisions and experiencing different events. With each new twist and turn our paper becomes a bit more crumbled. No matter how hard we try, our paper will never be as smooth as it once was. Now imagine your...

Next Availability: Tuesday, 09/28


LPC
Brambleton, VA
I deeply believe in helping individuals achieve an optimal state of wellness. I am committed to providing a safe and non-judgmental space to help facilitate change. I utilize an integrated approach that uses both interpersonal and humanistic therapy, while also incorporating cognitive behavioral ...

Psychotherapist
Fairfax, VA
Dr. Sohn has 33 plus years of field experience in individual psychotherapy and marriage/family therapy, "My goal is to help my clients achieve holistic health by assisting in his/her effort for physical, psychological, social, and spiritual health." Dr. Sohn has been a registered and board appr...

Next Availability: Today


LCSW
Arlington, VA
My interest in becoming a therapist came about as a result of my own struggles with depression, anxiety and addiction. Because I have also been the recipient of therapy, I can relate to those seeking help, and how difficult it can be to make that call. Please know that I am on your side, and that...

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Industrial Organizational Psychologist | LPC
Dr. Harris has over 13 years experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor with a specialty in Play Therapy. She recently earned a national credential of Registered Play Therapist. Dr. Harris is a board approved Clinical Supervisor for Virginia LPC Residents. Dr. Harris earned her PhD in Indust...

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CEO and LPC
Virginia beach, VA
Hi and kudos to you for taking a step towards healing/change. With over 18 years working in the mental health profession, I specialize in helping clients manage life transitions, perinatal mood/anxiety, and trauma concerns. I also have extensive experience and training working with foster care an...

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LPC, CSAC, CCPT, EMDR
Virginia Beach, VA
Welcome to True Mission Services! I’m Rosa Avant, and I am honored to take this journey of self-discovery with you. As the founder of this practice, I strive to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive environment where you can be free to be yourself. We will work together to process thro...

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LICSW, LCSW, LCSW-C
Washington, DC | Alexandria, VA | Baltimore, MD
My approach to our therapeutic relationship is to provide you with a safe space where we can work together to help you gain a better understanding of you. Through this process, I will assist you with identifying issues that may be holding you back and building the necessary strategies and suppor...

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Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Therapist
Midlothian, VA
Lauren is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Virginia with over 15 years experience working in multiple settings with individuals and families who have experienced significant trauma and stress. Lauren uses a variety of therapeutic approaches treating each client individually and h...

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