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Behavioral Health Therapist
McLean, VA
The stories we tell about ourselves are powerful. My job is to support persons in the amazing process of authoring themselves. I use strengths-based approaches to help individuals, couples, families meet their goals of growth, healing and change. Relationships are a focus of my work, especially r...

Next Availability: No availability within next 30 days


Behavioral Health Therapist
Fairfax, VA
Rebecca is a board-certified art therapist, a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Virginia and a certified eating disorder specialist through the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. Rebecca received a Master’s degree from the College of New Rochelle in New York...

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Behavioral Health Therapist
Falls Church, VA
I received my Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Marymount University in December 2020. I'm currently working toward licensure as a Resident in Counseling under the supervision of Michael Searby, LPC (License #0701005304). My practice includes a medley of integrative appr...

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Behavioral Health Therapist
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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Behavioral Health Therapist
I spent years in the client seat of a therapy office, so I understand the fear, vulnerability, and hard work it takes to change one’s life. Now, as a therapist, my deepest desire is to create a warm and accepting space where clients can feel seen and known, and heal. I believe everyone has their ...

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Behavioral Health Therapist
Ripplemead, VA
Do you need a better way to cope with anxiety or depression? You may need help finding practical strategies & skills to help you not only get through your day, but improve your ability to navigate school or work, relational, and spiritual challenges. You may need a safe place to talk about your b...

Next Availability: Wednesday, 04/28


Behavioral Health Therapist
Charlottesville, VA
I am a psychotherapist with more than 25 years of clinical experience. My role is to help each client recognize and become the authentic person he/she/they were always meant to be, and in so doing, find renewed meaning and fulfillment. I approach my work from a strengths-based perspective and a...

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Behavioral Health Therapist
Hampton, VA
Healing occurs at the individual level and includes your mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial state. Whatever we cannot accomplish together, then we will work to identify resources that can. I am not the expert of your life, you are. " Allow me to walk this journey of life beside...

Next Availability: Monday, 04/26


Behavioral Health Therapist
Charlottesville, VA
I am a licensed clinical social worker committed to helping my clients live their best lives. Much of the focus of my work is on helping my clients process complicated grief, manage acute or chronic illness, reduce symptoms of anxiety, depression, or compassion fatigue, and move through difficult...

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Behavioral Health Therapist
Richmond, VA
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with a wide range of experience working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. I consider it a privilege to support and work collaboratively with individuals and families as they begin their journey toward improved health and wellbeing. Usi...

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