LMSW, Supervisee in Social Work and Psychothera...
McLean, VA | Alexandria, VA | Annandale, VA (+9 more)
Kristen Benson is a Licensed Masters Social Worker in the Commonwealth of Virginia and a Supervisee in Social Work. Her primary experience is in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) techniques, strengths based and trauma informed care, motivational interviewing, and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction...
I’m a relational trauma expert committed to helping individuals and couples to learn how to build True-Self connections with themselves and with others.
I work with a broad spectrum of clients. Among my areas of expertise are Relational issues, Infidelity, Betrayal-trauma, Love addiction & Love...
My passion is to help individuals and couples find joy and satisfaction they want in their relationships. My approach to counseling is a collaborative process with clients that feel ready and committed to create the change they desire. Our ultimate goal is to create a resilient relationship. One...
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