Williamsburg, VA | District of Columbia, DC | Arlington, VA (+11 more)
Individuals often seek out therapy looking for symptom relief (e.g., a decrease in down mood or anxiety). There are a number of evidence-based strategies to do just that. However, in my practice, I strive to go beyond just symptom reduction and help individuals not just survive life but actually ...
I am committed to providing a safe space for healing while assisting clients in regaining control of their lives, relationships, and workspaces. I teach the tools that allow clients to be their personal best and create an overall sense of well-being. I specialize in a range of treatment approache...
My work with clients stems from the belief that you are the expert on your life, your innermost thoughts, feelings, and experiences and that my role is to assist you in increasing your awareness to how these factors influence your relationship to yourself, others, and your environments. I believe...
Seeing a therapist isn't only for people in major life crisis. People in everyday life situations can also benefit from therapy. We all need help at times to understand our feelings, deal with life's challenges, and feel hopeful about the future. Life can feel like a roller coaster sometimes. It ...
Hi! I'm Carla, a bilingual & bicultural latinx psychotherapist. I entered the field in order to collaborate with clients to find how to break toxic/abusive life patterns. My interest comes from observing my own family's toxic generational patterns and their impact on the wellness of those around ...
Welcome to Southlight Counseling. We utilize a strengths-based approach in working with individuals, families, and groups to assist them in addressing difficulties, achieving goals, and leading rich and meaningful lives.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 18 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families. Individuals and families respond to life transitions and stressful situations in a variety of ways.
Anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges can be the...
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...
Poolesville MD, MD | Poolesville, MD | North Potomac, MD
I believe that effective therapy is rooted in the importance of the individual, and built on trust, comfortability, and unconditional empathy. My treatment approach is person-centered, using methods such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Strength-Based skills, and Behavioral Modification and...
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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