Therapists in Washington, DC

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Photo of Angela Keeley in Washington, DC
Angela Keeley
LGSW
Verified
Verified
I work with individuals at many points in their journey, I support the right to self determination but also work to motivate my clients towards a greater wellbeing. I employ a solution focused/strengths based, psychodynamic, and logotherapeutic approach. I believe therapy is driven by the client, and I tailor my approach to each individual.
(202) 933-5769
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Washington, DC 20009
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$125 (individual)$135 (couples)
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Margot Lamson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified
Verified
No matter how much you do, that inner-voice insists, “you could be doing more.” You convince yourself you just need to work harder, sleep a little less, spread yourself more thin. Then you’ll finally feel that sense of accomplishment. But the more you do, the louder the voice gets. The weight of the constant stress is exhausting. The tension headache at the base of your skull won’t go away. You can’t control your emotions– the other day you blew up at your best friend. Your mother keeps calling; she’s worried about you. You’ve sacrificed so much, but don’t know what it’s all for. This can’t go on.
(202) 875-5861
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Washington, DC 20009
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$180 per session
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Jean S Gearon
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I am a licensed clinical psychologist offering individual and couples psychotherapy. I have been working in the field as a clinician, teacher and researcher for 25+ years. My areas of expertise include trauma/PTSD, relationship issues, depression and anxiety. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process and tailor my approach to meet individual needs. I strive to be active, flexible, genuine and attentive. To inform my work, I draw from cognitive-behavioral theory (skills based), attachment theory (insight based) and neuroscience research (psychoeducation re: the mind/body connection).
(202) 800-1240
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Washington, DC 20007
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$250 per session
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Jennifer Keilholtz
Counselor, MS, LGPC
Verified
Verified
My mission is to create a space of acceptance for individuals and partners to find true, honest connection to themselves and within their intimate relationships. I am passionate about helping clients from all backgrounds work through barriers in order to create the relationships and life they desire. Through targeted conversations, skill building, and at home exercises we will work to help you build on the strengths you already have. I offer acceptance and a straightforward, empathetic approach to psychotherapy with my clients.
(301) 485-5676
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Washington, DC 20036
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$145 (individual)$145 (couples)
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Tyler A. Pietz
Psychological Associate, PhD
Verified
Verified
Welcome to my practice. I offer counseling and psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, and groups in Washington, DC as a licensed Psychology Associate. In my practice I work as a generalist and have experience with a wide range of concerns and issues including the stress of daily life, relationships, depression, anxiety, life adjustments, and addiction concerns. I work with adults from all backgrounds including college students, young professionals, and LGBTQ identifying individuals.
(202) 915-3892
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Washington, DC 20036
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Gabrielle Holder
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MEd
Verified
Verified
I am committed to helping people who feel challenged in relationships, in their professional lives, or creatively and emotionally. My approach is determined by your needs and pays attention to your strengths, guided by the belief that you already possess the ability to make things better. I provide individual therapy grounded in a strength based approach and often use holistic frames to promote insight and cultivate growth and change. I am noted for my warm demeanor, openness, positivity and authentic qualities. My practice offers a warm and caring place to build skills and enhance your growth.
(202) 868-8760
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Washington, DC 20008
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$220 per session
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Lori Shapiro
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, lCISWC, AASECT
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
HeartWerq Lori Shapiro, LICSW Senior Clinician Clinical Social Worker, Certified Sex Therapist, Marriage and Couples Therapist (She/Her) Lori Shapiro is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Supervisor with more than 20 years of experience. Her practice focuses on working with individuals, couples, and families on a variety of issues, including couples counseling, sex therapy, relationship difficulties, sexual and gender identity support, as well as unique individual challenges. Lori has received degrees from Florida Atlantic University and Barry University (Master’s in Social Work) and also has a certification in sex therapy f
(240) 669-2573
Washington, DC 20009
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$195 (individual)$225 (couples)
Not accepting new clients
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Julia Rosenfield
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
Welcome to my practice, conveniently located in the heart of Dupont Circle. I offer therapy for individuals of all backgrounds experiencing a range of concerns, including: anxiety, depression, life transitions, identity issues, relationship challenges, grief and loss, chronic health conditions, adoption-related concerns, and more. My style is warm, nonjudgmental, and collaborative. I will work with you to help you increase your insight, enhance your relationships, build on your strengths, develop new coping skills, and live a more fulfilling life.
(202) 831-0918
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Washington, DC 20036
Not accepting new clients
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Makon Fardis
Psychologist, MD, PhD
Verified
Verified
I am a licensed clinical psychologist working with couples, adults, and families. It is my belief that a warm and compassionate environment in therapy, in conjunction with problem solving and a growth-oriented attitude lead to better quality of life. The goal is to understand the thought and behavior patterns that can damage one's happiness and create problems in relating to others; and to replace them with healthier ones. My therapy services address issues ranging from stress and anxiety to depression, anger, relationship and communication problems, self-esteem, identity, and grief/loss.
(202) 656-8936
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Washington, DC 20036
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$200 per session
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Rachel Bradley Williams
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, RPT-S
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
Upon entering each new developmental phase of our lives, there is often a momentary pause, an unsettling of the ship as we adjust to new demands, challenges and desires (and this is true no matter our age). Perhaps the Terrible Twos, Tween or Teen years have hit? Could it be that your child is struggling at school and you'd like to support him or her to feel better and have more success? Maybe you are an adult who is feeling overwhelmed by stress and the demands of life. These moments are great opportunities for growth and I believe I can help.
(202) 304-1134
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Washington, DC 20008
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$200 per session
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Jim Weinstein
MBA, MFT
Verified
Verified
If you are stuck in your career or are wondering whether it's time for a change, I know I can help. I bring to my clients the wisdom from the successes I've had as a Harvard MBA, as an advertising executive with one of America's top advertising agencies, as president of an innovative not-for profit, and as a successful entrepreneur. I also have a strong clinical background of 17 years in private practice as a licensed psychotherapist. This variety and breadth gives me a unique ability to view problems from multiple perspectives, creating strategically sound, actionable solutions.
(202) 559-4216
Washington, DC 20009
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$200 per session
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Lauren Blackwood
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified
Verified
My psychotherapy practice is dedicated to supporting people with anxiety, depression, family and relationship challenges, low self-esteem, and life transitions. Are you feeling overwhelmed and are ready to make a change? Navigating emotional challenges can be exhausting. You do not need to go through this alone. We will work together to meet your unique goals. Therapy is a chance to make deep and lasting changes in your life. I work to be a compassionate, impartial, and supportive guide in that process.
(202) 301-2898
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Washington, DC 20009
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$160 per session
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Huma Sikandar Fatakia
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
We all have a unique journey in life, as individuals and as couples, and I believe that our resilience is as unique as our journey. I work with clients to help them overcome distressing cycles that make them feel stuck and empower them to find stability, create healthier relationships and live an enriched life. Together we explore underlying emotions and find new ways of coping with past traumas, difficult life transitions, loss, relational distress and other mental health issues. While EMDR, mindfulness and cultural sensitivity are at the core of my practice, I also integrate Psychodynamic and CBT interventions.
(202) 301-8395 x501
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Washington, DC 20036
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Tracey L Campfield
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
With the fast pace and multiple demands of everyday life, it is easy to put off taking care of yourself. Self-care is an essential element of being effective in all of the important aspects in your life. By exploring options for support, you've taken the first step toward addressing any angst that you may be experiencing.
(202) 335-9938
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Washington, DC 20006
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Josephine A Bulkley
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, JD, MSW
Verified
Verified
People seek psychotherapy feeling unhappy or helpless to bring about change in their life or fulfill their dreams. Patients are overcome with symptoms of depression, anxiety, eating disorders, substance abuse or other problems, which in reality are unconscious defenses, blocking repressed feelings about something that went wrong, often in childhood, which is not yet resolved. These defenses once were adaptive, by protecting and helping them survive, but are no longer effective. I help people work through their underlying grief and face their feelings (sadness, anger, disappointment, yearning, powerlessness) surrounding trauma or loss, enabling them to engage in more free, authentic, satisfying lives.
(202) 883-4551
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Washington, DC 20016
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Victoria Colborn Bathe
Psychological Associate, PhD
Verified
Verified
I provide a collaborative, genuine, and caring space to work through difficult past experiences, painful thoughts and feelings, problems in relationships, and life changes. Together, we’ll come to a shared understanding of your concerns, and develop a balance of processing, skill-building, and action to help you meet your goals.
(202) 953-2925
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Washington, DC 20016
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Dr. Arianne E. Miller
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
Deciding to go to therapy sometimes takes a long time because we may minimize our suffering and delay finding someone who can help. Whether you are feeling stuck, trying to resolve a specific problem, make a relationship work, or manage stress, illness or trauma, no issue is too small or too big. I work collaboratively with all my clients to develop a safe and authentic relationship to address their goals. I help my clients to understand the history and impact of their relationships and critical life events that have created suffering or difficulty, and develop skills and strategies that lead to growth and long lasting healing.
(202) 873-1164
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Washington, DC 20009
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$180 per session
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Jacqueline Trombley
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified
Verified
I have over 11 years experience working with both adolescents and adults. I specialize in trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, low self-esteem, and other relationship related challenges. I have a trauma certificate from the Firentz Institute and work with both childhood and adult trauma. I also utilize Internal Family Systems. Though trauma is my speciality, I have experience with a wide range of mental health issues. I have run several groups for adults and for teens in the Montgomery County school system. I am a board approved supervisor in the state of Maryland and I offer private supervision. I offer video and in person sessions.
(240) 213-9099
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Washington, DC 20001
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Candice Vinson
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
11 Endorsed
Verified
11 Endorsed
No one told you it would be this hard. You might manage to keep others fooled into thinking you have it all together, but inside you feel like a mess. More & more, what you’ve been doing isn’t working. One of the most powerful outcomes of therapy is coming to see that you have options where you once believed there to be none. A collaborative, facilitative therapy relationship can help you see yourself in new ways that empower you with new choices. Because you know you don't want a band-aid. You're seeking someone to help you dig deep for fuller, transformative understanding of your ways of relating to yourself & others.
(202) 350-0549
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Washington, DC 20036
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$225 per session
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Ted Worm
PhD
Verified
Verified
Dr. Worm specializes in identity exploration (gender, sexuality, ethnicity, race), OCD, eating disorders/disordered eating, anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, and insomnia. He provides empathic, evidence-based, client-centered therapy and believes in collaborating with his clients to develop a treatment plan that fits their individual needs. In his work, he utilizes both Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to support clients in discerning how their present experience aligns with their goals and values.
(571) 475-9346
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Washington, DC 20003
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$205 per session

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What type of Washington mental health professional is right for me?
While most types of therapy have a lot in common, they also fall into clusters that share core features, such as cognitive therapies or psychodynamic approaches. It is important to seek someone who practices evidence-based therapy, meaning one or more forms of treatment that have been scientifically evaluated and tested, and demonstrate consistent improvement for a majority of patients.

If you are unsure about choosing the right therapist or psychologist, it might be useful to first learn more about therapy types and modalities.

How to find a therapist or counselor in Washington?
When looking to find a therapist, start by considering training and credentials. Studies also indicate that the therapeutic alliance, or the relationship the client develops with the therapist, is an important factor in their ability to work together to achieve the client’s goals.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way.’ Each method of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues. Finding a psychologist or therapist who is a good fit for you is the most important step to discovering what type of therapy, or combination of therapeutic approaches, will meet your individual needs. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.

How to use my insurance?
Understanding cost and insurance coverage is an important concern for many people. With some basic research and conversations with prospective therapists, you should be able to have a good understanding of the best way to afford therapy.