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Marriage Counselor Brian Mayer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Have you tried everything you can think of to save your relationship only to find limited or no success? There are 6 predictors of divorce and all sorts of other things I can share with you, so that we can develop a plan specific to get your relationship working again. We can develop your friendship, admiration, encouragement, communication, and conflict management. I will also help each of you uncover your life's dreams, so that you can begin to create a shared meaning together."
(804) 885-4094
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"Have you tried everything you can think of to save your relationship only to find limited or no success? There are 6 predictors of divorce and all sorts of other things I can share with you, so that we can develop a plan specific to get your relationship working again. We can develop your friendship, admiration, encouragement, communication, and conflict management. I will also help each of you uncover your life's dreams, so that you can begin to create a shared meaning together."
Jacqueline Anderson
MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
McLean, Virginia 22101
"As a longtime resident of Northern Virginia, I know personally that there are unique aspects to living in this area that can magnify the anxiety and pressure that we feel. I primarily work with teen girls (12+) and women who are overwhelmed by their stress at school, work, or home as well as those stuck in a transition - whether that be adjusting to middle school, high school, college, post-college life, post-partum life, a relationship or family change, a loss, and more. "
(703) 810-7140
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McLean, Virginia 22101
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"As a longtime resident of Northern Virginia, I know personally that there are unique aspects to living in this area that can magnify the anxiety and pressure that we feel. I primarily work with teen girls (12+) and women who are overwhelmed by their stress at school, work, or home as well as those stuck in a transition - whether that be adjusting to middle school, high school, college, post-college life, post-partum life, a relationship or family change, a loss, and more. "
Peggy DiVincenzo, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been a practicing psychotherapist for over 35 years and have experience with a wide variety of client issues. My clinical style emphasizes deep listening, validation, discussion of options for change, and focus on attainable goals. I provide a safe, empathic and respectful environment in which to discover new ways of thinking about and approaching life issues and problems"
(540) 986-4762
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"I have been a practicing psychotherapist for over 35 years and have experience with a wide variety of client issues. My clinical style emphasizes deep listening, validation, discussion of options for change, and focus on attainable goals. I provide a safe, empathic and respectful environment in which to discover new ways of thinking about and approaching life issues and problems"
Embrace Therapeutic Solutions LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NBCCH
Verified by Psychology Today
"In a world full of so many different people we are bound to encounter a vast array of road blocks. Some are easy to verbalize and some are not. Some of the things we experience are small and can be minimized but some cannot. Sometimes we don’t trust enough to share and sometimes we do not know how to communicate what we are feeling, when we are feeling and why we are feeling. Embrace gives us the opportunity to be open to the therapeutic process, embrace it like a warm hug of comfort. To Embrace the process we must first start with the Problem. To Trust the Journey we must envision where we want to be in our lives and go for it."
(757) 347-8617
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"In a world full of so many different people we are bound to encounter a vast array of road blocks. Some are easy to verbalize and some are not. Some of the things we experience are small and can be minimized but some cannot. Sometimes we don’t trust enough to share and sometimes we do not know how to communicate what we are feeling, when we are feeling and why we are feeling. Embrace gives us the opportunity to be open to the therapeutic process, embrace it like a warm hug of comfort. To Embrace the process we must first start with the Problem. To Trust the Journey we must envision where we want to be in our lives and go for it."
Traci Miller, Psychologist
Psychologist, MEd, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I like to tell my young clients that I have a great job because I get to work with students, parents, and teachers to figure out how kids' brains work. This involves identifying strengths and weakness that contribute to school performance and using this information for educational planning. Students of all ages, preschool through college, are referred for learning problems (reading, writing, math, language), ADHD-type symptoms, social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties, and other school-related issues. I also provide assessments for independent school admissions, including WPPSI-IV and WISC-V evaluations."
(703) 596-1473
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"I like to tell my young clients that I have a great job because I get to work with students, parents, and teachers to figure out how kids' brains work. This involves identifying strengths and weakness that contribute to school performance and using this information for educational planning. Students of all ages, preschool through college, are referred for learning problems (reading, writing, math, language), ADHD-type symptoms, social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties, and other school-related issues. I also provide assessments for independent school admissions, including WPPSI-IV and WISC-V evaluations."
Courtenay Baber, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, CSOTP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Accepting New Clients! Thank you for visiting my profile! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who works with individuals 18 years and older. I am experienced in treating issues including stress, anxiety, depression, grief, self-esteem and relationship concerns, substance abuse, life transitions, and Adjustment Disorder. I am especially interested in working with victims of abuse, women's issues and helping individuals recover from trauma by providing a safe, supportive and non-judgmental and therapeutic environment that fosters emotional healing and growth."
(804) 293-2385
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"Accepting New Clients! Thank you for visiting my profile! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who works with individuals 18 years and older. I am experienced in treating issues including stress, anxiety, depression, grief, self-esteem and relationship concerns, substance abuse, life transitions, and Adjustment Disorder. I am especially interested in working with victims of abuse, women's issues and helping individuals recover from trauma by providing a safe, supportive and non-judgmental and therapeutic environment that fosters emotional healing and growth."
Adam M. Hanson, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MSEd, NCC, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that building and maintaining good mental health can be similar to fostering any other type of personal development; it requires patience, commitment, and practice. I've worked extensively with individuals seeking career advice, as well as with youths, teens, adults, and families struggling with mental health issues and adjustment difficulties. I'm interested in collaborating with clients on creative ways to facilitate change."
(757) 622-1060
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"I believe that building and maintaining good mental health can be similar to fostering any other type of personal development; it requires patience, commitment, and practice. I've worked extensively with individuals seeking career advice, as well as with youths, teens, adults, and families struggling with mental health issues and adjustment difficulties. I'm interested in collaborating with clients on creative ways to facilitate change."
Amanda Styer
MS, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Taking steps toward greater wholeness, healing, and mental well-being is a courageous act. Perhaps you've gotten to a point in your life where you know something needs to change, but it just feels too hard to do it on your own. Major life transitions such as beginning college, experiencing loss, or becoming a parent can cause pain, anxiety, confusion, suffering, or may leave you feeling like you're just not "yourself.""
(540) 377-1367
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"Taking steps toward greater wholeness, healing, and mental well-being is a courageous act. Perhaps you've gotten to a point in your life where you know something needs to change, but it just feels too hard to do it on your own. Major life transitions such as beginning college, experiencing loss, or becoming a parent can cause pain, anxiety, confusion, suffering, or may leave you feeling like you're just not "yourself.""
Jon Howard Siegel, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Throughout our lives we find ourselves in times of uncertainty or times when much is asked of us. How we respond to such moments will define how we think of ourselves in the time ahead. While there may be a natural inclination to turn away from the moment and think only, "This too shall pass", just how it will pass has a great deal to do with the thinking one does and the actions one takes. Therapy should provide a better understanding of who we are and why we act as we do. Therapy works best when it is to the point, clear, and practical."
(540) 886-3956
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"Throughout our lives we find ourselves in times of uncertainty or times when much is asked of us. How we respond to such moments will define how we think of ourselves in the time ahead. While there may be a natural inclination to turn away from the moment and think only, "This too shall pass", just how it will pass has a great deal to do with the thinking one does and the actions one takes. Therapy should provide a better understanding of who we are and why we act as we do. Therapy works best when it is to the point, clear, and practical."
Kit Gray, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life is full of challenges - the delicate balancing act between work and family, relationships that don't live up to our expectations, self-doubt that sabotages the best of intentions. All of this can leave us feeling scared and stuck. But you don't have to face these worries alone. My therapy sessions create a safe, supportive environment where you can explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences and access your inner strengths to make meaningful changes that make a difference in your life."
(571) 384-5593
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"Life is full of challenges - the delicate balancing act between work and family, relationships that don't live up to our expectations, self-doubt that sabotages the best of intentions. All of this can leave us feeling scared and stuck. But you don't have to face these worries alone. My therapy sessions create a safe, supportive environment where you can explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences and access your inner strengths to make meaningful changes that make a difference in your life."
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, COSTP, RPT-S, CSAC, ACS
Verified by Psychology Today
Orange, Virginia 22960
"Stress and trauma are two causes of pain that can be reduced with compassionate and knowledgeable therapeutic sessions. Everyone has events that are hard to handle alone. My desire is to help you regain a balance after a life experience that has taken away or reduced the joy of life."
(540) 360-1739
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Orange, Virginia 22960
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"Stress and trauma are two causes of pain that can be reduced with compassionate and knowledgeable therapeutic sessions. Everyone has events that are hard to handle alone. My desire is to help you regain a balance after a life experience that has taken away or reduced the joy of life."
Kandra Orr, Art Therapist
Art Therapist, MS, ATR-BC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you long for more peace of mind and relief from troubling feelings? I am devoted to nurturing the mind and spirit. I use a holistic approach to help you develop insight as well as the power of creativity to help you process and transform difficult thoughts and feelings."
(540) 307-4909
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"Do you long for more peace of mind and relief from troubling feelings? I am devoted to nurturing the mind and spirit. I use a holistic approach to help you develop insight as well as the power of creativity to help you process and transform difficult thoughts and feelings."
Melinda Timmons, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
McLean, Virginia 22101
"Currently practicing in Northern Virginia, I provide compassionate and skilled guidance to individuals and families who are struggling to cope with the many psychological stresses of life including: anxiety, depression, addiction, career changes, and difficult family relationships. My approach is creative and solution-focused based on the needs and goals of each individual or family."
(703) 420-7551
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McLean, Virginia 22101
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"Currently practicing in Northern Virginia, I provide compassionate and skilled guidance to individuals and families who are struggling to cope with the many psychological stresses of life including: anxiety, depression, addiction, career changes, and difficult family relationships. My approach is creative and solution-focused based on the needs and goals of each individual or family."
Maryellen Buchanan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is a lot like the rest of life: To achieve results requires more than luck, or just showing up. It takes enough stress to compel your first call, a commitment to do the work, and absolutely finding the right match of a therapist with your unique personality style. With 26 years of work in community mental health, public schools, and private practice, I have joined with a diverse group of individuals needing to make changes in their lives. If you are looking for someone who is welcoming, skilled, yet unassuming please give me a call today to get started."
(703) 457-8732
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"Therapy is a lot like the rest of life: To achieve results requires more than luck, or just showing up. It takes enough stress to compel your first call, a commitment to do the work, and absolutely finding the right match of a therapist with your unique personality style. With 26 years of work in community mental health, public schools, and private practice, I have joined with a diverse group of individuals needing to make changes in their lives. If you are looking for someone who is welcoming, skilled, yet unassuming please give me a call today to get started."
Bonnie Becker, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
McLean, Virginia 22101
"Are you missing out on all that life has to offer because of depression, anxiety, and/or relationship problems? If so, I can help. Through supportive, collaborative, and interactive sessions, I provide a safe environment in which to overcome the obstacles that prevent you from functioning at your best and connecting with others."
(703) 957-7821
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McLean, Virginia 22101
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"Are you missing out on all that life has to offer because of depression, anxiety, and/or relationship problems? If so, I can help. Through supportive, collaborative, and interactive sessions, I provide a safe environment in which to overcome the obstacles that prevent you from functioning at your best and connecting with others."
Beth Hunter, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Norfolk, Virginia 23502
"I approach counseling from a cognitive behavioral perspective, meaning that I believe that our thoughts produce our feelings and our feelings produce our behaviors. So if the behavior is not working for you then we need to uncover the distorted thought patterns and find healthier, more truthful ways of thinking. Then the feelings and behaviors will change as well. I try to make every session practical and productive. I have also written a book, "Forgive and Live", which I use in group therapy."
(757) 351-4899
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Norfolk, Virginia 23502
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"I approach counseling from a cognitive behavioral perspective, meaning that I believe that our thoughts produce our feelings and our feelings produce our behaviors. So if the behavior is not working for you then we need to uncover the distorted thought patterns and find healthier, more truthful ways of thinking. Then the feelings and behaviors will change as well. I try to make every session practical and productive. I have also written a book, "Forgive and Live", which I use in group therapy."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Ashburn, Virginia 20147
"The effects of family conflict, stress and trauma can be manifested in a variety of symptoms including behavioral,emotional as well as physical. When addressing these issues I believe it is important to take an approach that emphasizes strengths ,resources and resiliency within each individual.My therapeutic approach is personalized and collaborative.Together we will work towards improving the quality of your life."
(703) 215-9127
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Ashburn, Virginia 20147
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"The effects of family conflict, stress and trauma can be manifested in a variety of symptoms including behavioral,emotional as well as physical. When addressing these issues I believe it is important to take an approach that emphasizes strengths ,resources and resiliency within each individual.My therapeutic approach is personalized and collaborative.Together we will work towards improving the quality of your life."
Gelila Habte, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My name is Gelila Habte and helping people is my passion. I have been providing community based mental health services in Fairfax County for the past seven years and consider it a privilege to be in a position to help others. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, my intention is to create a safe environment full of empathy, acceptance and unconditional positive regard that allows you to open up and share your story. I believe that each person is unique and will respond differently to each model of therapy. This is the reason why I provide treatment from an integrated framework, one that utilizes tools and techniques derived from Sol"
(571) 620-6698
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"My name is Gelila Habte and helping people is my passion. I have been providing community based mental health services in Fairfax County for the past seven years and consider it a privilege to be in a position to help others. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, my intention is to create a safe environment full of empathy, acceptance and unconditional positive regard that allows you to open up and share your story. I believe that each person is unique and will respond differently to each model of therapy. This is the reason why I provide treatment from an integrated framework, one that utilizes tools and techniques derived from Sol"
Naoji Andrew Watson, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about helping individuals and families. I have lived in many states and in Okinawa, Japan, and in Virginia most recently. My diverse military and family background led me to undergraduate studies at The Pennsylvania State University, and doctoral degree in Psychology at Argosy University where I developed a special interest in multicultural competency and mental health treatment. I have over 15 years of clinical experience and find collaborative work essential with other mental and health professionals in order to provide the highest level of care in treating the whole person."
(703) 468-4547
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about helping individuals and families. I have lived in many states and in Okinawa, Japan, and in Virginia most recently. My diverse military and family background led me to undergraduate studies at The Pennsylvania State University, and doctoral degree in Psychology at Argosy University where I developed a special interest in multicultural competency and mental health treatment. I have over 15 years of clinical experience and find collaborative work essential with other mental and health professionals in order to provide the highest level of care in treating the whole person."
Emilie Ferran, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, ATR
Verified by Psychology Today
"You've reached your breaking point, something has to give. You've done your best to manage, but it's still not working out. With symptoms like sleep problems, anger, fear, depression, anxiety, addiction, and reliving past events it is no wonder that you don't know where to begin. You want your life back. You want to have more to give to the people you love and to be able to enjoy what life has to offer. It's important to know that our past doesn't have to dictate our future and that we can make the process of change and growth a felt reality."
(540) 779-1433
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"You've reached your breaking point, something has to give. You've done your best to manage, but it's still not working out. With symptoms like sleep problems, anger, fear, depression, anxiety, addiction, and reliving past events it is no wonder that you don't know where to begin. You want your life back. You want to have more to give to the people you love and to be able to enjoy what life has to offer. It's important to know that our past doesn't have to dictate our future and that we can make the process of change and growth a felt reality."

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