Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
American University Park
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
"I view therapy as an opportunity for every person to have a confidential, supportive, and guided experience towards personal growth and facing life’s unending challenges. My style of therapy is very much like my personality: down to earth, humble, funny, compassionate, slightly sarcastic, direct, and blunt in a loving way. I have a sense of humor about myself, and I encourage my clients to adopt the same attitude. I consider each person who walks into my office totally unique in their experiences, and therefore I use a combination of evidence-based therapeutic techniques to best interpret, advise, explore, suggest and support."
(571) 200-4718
Verified
American University Park
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
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"I view therapy as an opportunity for every person to have a confidential, supportive, and guided experience towards personal growth and facing life’s unending challenges. My style of therapy is very much like my personality: down to earth, humble, funny, compassionate, slightly sarcastic, direct, and blunt in a loving way. I have a sense of humor about myself, and I encourage my clients to adopt the same attitude. I consider each person who walks into my office totally unique in their experiences, and therefore I use a combination of evidence-based therapeutic techniques to best interpret, advise, explore, suggest and support."
Maryetta Andrews-Sachs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CGP, FAGPA
Verified by Psychology Today
American University Park
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
"I have been practicing for decades now - and still love my work as much as when I started. I specialize in individual, group, couples, and trauma therapy. Since we are born into groups and are both healed and harmed in groups, I often encourage people - eventually - to consider one - or not. I have long had a special interest in the existential issues we all face, such as how to create a meaningful life in the face of an increasingly isolating culture. My stance is mainly psychodynamic and existential, but I tailor my approach to the best interests of my clients."
(202) 244-4087
Verified
American University Park
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
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"I have been practicing for decades now - and still love my work as much as when I started. I specialize in individual, group, couples, and trauma therapy. Since we are born into groups and are both healed and harmed in groups, I often encourage people - eventually - to consider one - or not. I have long had a special interest in the existential issues we all face, such as how to create a meaningful life in the face of an increasingly isolating culture. My stance is mainly psychodynamic and existential, but I tailor my approach to the best interests of my clients."

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