Counselor, LCPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Feeling stuck? Experiencing a lack of motivation? Are you struggling with pain from a chronic health issue or pain from daily life frustration? Are you always anxious, angry or depressed? Feel distant from your true self? Therapy can help you to break through the pain to be where you want to be. Warm, supportive, non-judgmental therapeutic exploration can help you to reconnect with or discover the person outside the pain, who is not just a medical diagnosis, an adult child of an alcoholic, a widow/widower, an angry/depressed/anxious person but the real you and your full potential."
Medicaid
Gay
Men's Issues
(301) 563-9678
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Gay
Men's Issues
"Feeling stuck? Experiencing a lack of motivation? Are you struggling with pain from a chronic health issue or pain from daily life frustration? Are you always anxious, angry or depressed? Feel distant from your true self? Therapy can help you to break through the pain to be where you want to be. Warm, supportive, non-judgmental therapeutic exploration can help you to reconnect with or discover the person outside the pain, who is not just a medical diagnosis, an adult child of an alcoholic, a widow/widower, an angry/depressed/anxious person but the real you and your full potential."
Cecelia Van Rooyen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Rockville, Maryland 20852
"I believe that therapy is most effective when provided in an authentic and nonjudgmental setting between two equals. Through my practice I have found that many issues can be alleviated or improved by making behavioral changes and sessions tend toward these present-oriented approaches, such as Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy (changing unhelpful thoughts and behaviors), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (helping to regulate out-of-control emotions), and Neurofeedback (also called EEG Biofeedback, this form of brain training is helpful for many issues including but not limited to anxiety, depression, attention problems)."
Medicaid
Gay
Men's Issues
(240) 312-2587
Verified
Office is near:
Rockville, Maryland 20852
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Medicaid
Gay
Men's Issues
"I believe that therapy is most effective when provided in an authentic and nonjudgmental setting between two equals. Through my practice I have found that many issues can be alleviated or improved by making behavioral changes and sessions tend toward these present-oriented approaches, such as Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy (changing unhelpful thoughts and behaviors), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (helping to regulate out-of-control emotions), and Neurofeedback (also called EEG Biofeedback, this form of brain training is helpful for many issues including but not limited to anxiety, depression, attention problems)."
Yury R Delgado, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Rockville, Maryland 20852
"Soy un Psicoterapeuta Hispano en Rockville, MD. Déjeme ayudarle. Are you waking up in the middle of the night worrying about your problems? I understand how it is when we have a dilemma and we feel too nervous, worried, sad, angry, confused, or stunned. Many people would like to help us; but we continue rolling around to our own dilemma: going or not to visit a professional in order to understand and, optimally, solving the problem."
Medicaid
Gay
Men's Issues
(240) 696-7471
Verified
Office is near:
Rockville, Maryland 20852
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Medicaid
Gay
Men's Issues
"Soy un Psicoterapeuta Hispano en Rockville, MD. Déjeme ayudarle. Are you waking up in the middle of the night worrying about your problems? I understand how it is when we have a dilemma and we feel too nervous, worried, sad, angry, confused, or stunned. Many people would like to help us; but we continue rolling around to our own dilemma: going or not to visit a professional in order to understand and, optimally, solving the problem."
Nina Anagnostopolous, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, BA
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Rockville, Maryland 20852
"Nina Anagnostopoulos is a Master’s student in the last year of her Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Marymount University. She is working under the supervision of Dr. Melanie Ricaurte. She received her Bachelor’s of Science in Community Health from the University of Maryland, College Park."
Medicaid
Gay
Men's Issues
(301) 259-3045
Verified
Office is near:
Rockville, Maryland 20852
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Gay
Men's Issues
"Nina Anagnostopoulos is a Master’s student in the last year of her Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Marymount University. She is working under the supervision of Dr. Melanie Ricaurte. She received her Bachelor’s of Science in Community Health from the University of Maryland, College Park."
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Ruth B. Migler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"I help people to live more engaged and fulfilling lives. I will help you to understand and change unhealthy patterns of behaving that you have developed because that is how you've always done things. Together, through inquiry and exploration we will think about things that you know about yourself that you do not let yourself KNOW. "
(240) 334-6892
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"I help people to live more engaged and fulfilling lives. I will help you to understand and change unhealthy patterns of behaving that you have developed because that is how you've always done things. Together, through inquiry and exploration we will think about things that you know about yourself that you do not let yourself KNOW. "
Sandra Finkelstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"My ideal client is one who is navigating and learning to cope with difficult emotions, losses and relational changes. I will help you build resilience and grow from your grief and pain. I will use an eclectic, supportive and compassionate therapeutic approach to facilitate your gaining insight into destructive or limiting patterns of thoughts and behaviors. Our work will allow you to emerge from what binds you and lead you to establish peace, happiness and satisfaction in your life. My approach will combine a range of therapeutic techniques, but most importantly will be individualized to suit your needs. "
(240) 453-4186
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"My ideal client is one who is navigating and learning to cope with difficult emotions, losses and relational changes. I will help you build resilience and grow from your grief and pain. I will use an eclectic, supportive and compassionate therapeutic approach to facilitate your gaining insight into destructive or limiting patterns of thoughts and behaviors. Our work will allow you to emerge from what binds you and lead you to establish peace, happiness and satisfaction in your life. My approach will combine a range of therapeutic techniques, but most importantly will be individualized to suit your needs. "
Ruth Berger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"In her work with couples looking for ways to strengthen their relationship, Ruth combines Talk Therapy with evidence based interventions designed to not only enhance the understanding of what makes marriage work but also to develop strategies for identifying and addressing behaviors with potential for conflict and hurt. Guided by each couple’s unique personalities, circumstances, and needs, she provides experiential training in communication and conflict management as a way to restore trust, respect, and companionship to their marriage."
(240) 453-4298 x701
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"In her work with couples looking for ways to strengthen their relationship, Ruth combines Talk Therapy with evidence based interventions designed to not only enhance the understanding of what makes marriage work but also to develop strategies for identifying and addressing behaviors with potential for conflict and hurt. Guided by each couple’s unique personalities, circumstances, and needs, she provides experiential training in communication and conflict management as a way to restore trust, respect, and companionship to their marriage."
Sequence Counseling & Consulting Svcs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"How does anyone choose a therapist? The variety of options are daunting, and while many, many people have been to or go to a therapist, it is not a topic easily discussed, so it can be hard to find a recommendation. Many people resort to picking the person whose face looked nice, or went to a school they recognize, or work in a convenient location or accept their insurance. Often these techniques are sufficient, but when they are not it is a great loss, as it takes so much courage to look for a therapist in the first place."
(240) 428-2646 x4
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"How does anyone choose a therapist? The variety of options are daunting, and while many, many people have been to or go to a therapist, it is not a topic easily discussed, so it can be hard to find a recommendation. Many people resort to picking the person whose face looked nice, or went to a school they recognize, or work in a convenient location or accept their insurance. Often these techniques are sufficient, but when they are not it is a great loss, as it takes so much courage to look for a therapist in the first place."
Shalonda Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can be full of ups and downs. Sometimes the challenges we face can shake us and begin to disrupt our current day to day connections with others. Unconscious thoughts, childhood experiences, and daily interactions can impact thought processes influencing the way we view ourselves. Struggling to cope with these challenges can begin to create a negative sense of self. You begin to no longer see your true self worth. I practice utilizing a holistic, integrative approach, as I focus on the importance of helping individuals gain insight into the origins and meaning of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors."
(202) 803-8503
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"Life can be full of ups and downs. Sometimes the challenges we face can shake us and begin to disrupt our current day to day connections with others. Unconscious thoughts, childhood experiences, and daily interactions can impact thought processes influencing the way we view ourselves. Struggling to cope with these challenges can begin to create a negative sense of self. You begin to no longer see your true self worth. I practice utilizing a holistic, integrative approach, as I focus on the importance of helping individuals gain insight into the origins and meaning of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors."
Jazmin Moral, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you longing for love but instead feeling unappreciated and criticized, like no matter what you do you just can't ever get it right with your partner? You may be feeling hopeless, like you've tried it all but nothing is working. I can help you rebuild trust, safety and connection in your relationship. You will understand what has kept you stuck and find new ways to communicate and connect so that you can finally be heard and appreciated by your partner. We all need to feel important and valued by the one we love most."
(240) 249-0141
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"Are you longing for love but instead feeling unappreciated and criticized, like no matter what you do you just can't ever get it right with your partner? You may be feeling hopeless, like you've tried it all but nothing is working. I can help you rebuild trust, safety and connection in your relationship. You will understand what has kept you stuck and find new ways to communicate and connect so that you can finally be heard and appreciated by your partner. We all need to feel important and valued by the one we love most."
Susan Lanham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"“All of us come into this crazy world doing our best to survive and be happy. We experience things that we didn’t and wouldn’t have chosen for ourselves...in truth, much of what we struggle with is not our fault.” –Dennis Tirch Whether your mental and emotional suffering is big or small, situational or pervasive, you deserve to be heard and respected. All pain is legitimate and should be treated with compassion. When you can extend compassion and understanding toward yourself, your motivation to do what you want or need to do will be more reliable. I’d like to help you with that. "
(301) 825-9354
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"“All of us come into this crazy world doing our best to survive and be happy. We experience things that we didn’t and wouldn’t have chosen for ourselves...in truth, much of what we struggle with is not our fault.” –Dennis Tirch Whether your mental and emotional suffering is big or small, situational or pervasive, you deserve to be heard and respected. All pain is legitimate and should be treated with compassion. When you can extend compassion and understanding toward yourself, your motivation to do what you want or need to do will be more reliable. I’d like to help you with that. "
Jane Nielson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"Maybe you've noticed that it's difficult to get up in the morning or that you are less interested in getting together with family and friends. Perhaps you've noticed destructive patterns in your relationships or that you keep "shooting yourself in the foot" at work. Conversations in therapy deepen understanding of distress and unproductive patterns of behavior. This new understanding and the tools you and I develop together can decrease distress and increase satisfaction with life."
(301) 852-5307
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"Maybe you've noticed that it's difficult to get up in the morning or that you are less interested in getting together with family and friends. Perhaps you've noticed destructive patterns in your relationships or that you keep "shooting yourself in the foot" at work. Conversations in therapy deepen understanding of distress and unproductive patterns of behavior. This new understanding and the tools you and I develop together can decrease distress and increase satisfaction with life."
Sapna S Kirkpatrick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"Clients come to me when they are facing a challenge that they need support with. I can help you look at the blocks that are keeping you from reaching your goals. To do this I use a Cognitive-Behavioral (CBT) approach as well as a Solution-Focused approach. I work holistically and see individuals as part of a family or other larger system. I offer a supportive, nurturing, safe, and confidential environment in which you can explore and find solutions for what is getting in the way of the life you want to lead."
(301) 778-0491
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"Clients come to me when they are facing a challenge that they need support with. I can help you look at the blocks that are keeping you from reaching your goals. To do this I use a Cognitive-Behavioral (CBT) approach as well as a Solution-Focused approach. I work holistically and see individuals as part of a family or other larger system. I offer a supportive, nurturing, safe, and confidential environment in which you can explore and find solutions for what is getting in the way of the life you want to lead."
Healing Harmony Health and Wellness with Shana LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"Trauma shatters your world and the world around you, including your personal and professional relationships. Finding your wellness requires having a therapist who understands your needs. I specialize in working with trauma and its related disorders. I bring creativity and above all else sincere caring for my clients. With children, I implement and integrate play and sandtray therapy to facilitate and increase the child's confidence. For adolescents and adults, I create a warm self-honoring environment that increases in their ability to develop positive tools to navigate through their traumas, challenges, anxieties, and fears."
(240) 453-4828
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"Trauma shatters your world and the world around you, including your personal and professional relationships. Finding your wellness requires having a therapist who understands your needs. I specialize in working with trauma and its related disorders. I bring creativity and above all else sincere caring for my clients. With children, I implement and integrate play and sandtray therapy to facilitate and increase the child's confidence. For adolescents and adults, I create a warm self-honoring environment that increases in their ability to develop positive tools to navigate through their traumas, challenges, anxieties, and fears."
Emily P Houck, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My clinical training and professional background is in community counseling, with a focus on addictions, mental health disorders, and grief and trauma. I work with children (age 5 and up), adolescents, and adults. My therapeutic presence is naturally open, accepting, and warm. I am very goal-oriented with my clients, as I believe in making the therapeutic process as productive, solution-focused, and meaningful as possible. I do work with clients to gain insight into how experiences from the past inform their present, but I do this in a way that focuses on working toward solving problems in the here-and-now."
(301) 710-9293
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"My clinical training and professional background is in community counseling, with a focus on addictions, mental health disorders, and grief and trauma. I work with children (age 5 and up), adolescents, and adults. My therapeutic presence is naturally open, accepting, and warm. I am very goal-oriented with my clients, as I believe in making the therapeutic process as productive, solution-focused, and meaningful as possible. I do work with clients to gain insight into how experiences from the past inform their present, but I do this in a way that focuses on working toward solving problems in the here-and-now."
Jailaxmi Rajan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"My best engagement involves a client willing to evaluate and change the thoughts, behavioral patterns and relationships that are holding their mental conflict in place and preventing them from living life to its fullest. I most enjoy working with adolescents and adults. Together we will delve into your personal situation to determine the root cause of your restrictive wall, examine your present life situations to learn healthy ways of thinking, behaving and coping, and plan for a desirable future that may mean transitioning and adapting to change and maintaining the stability you have strived hard to achieve."
(301) 679-7670
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"My best engagement involves a client willing to evaluate and change the thoughts, behavioral patterns and relationships that are holding their mental conflict in place and preventing them from living life to its fullest. I most enjoy working with adolescents and adults. Together we will delve into your personal situation to determine the root cause of your restrictive wall, examine your present life situations to learn healthy ways of thinking, behaving and coping, and plan for a desirable future that may mean transitioning and adapting to change and maintaining the stability you have strived hard to achieve."
Faith E Weidler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in working with children and their parents around a variety of issues, including life transitions, anxiety, depression and trauma. I also provide counseling to adults who are facing similar challenges. My goal is to help individuals chart their own course by increasing awareness of their strengths and skills, and modifying patterns of thinking and behavior that cause distress to bring about lasting change. My approach involves joining with clients with curiosity, gentle humor, and warmth. Treatment approaches follow theory, best practices, and is practical. As a result, clients typically report improvement after a few sessions."
(240) 345-3969
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"I specialize in working with children and their parents around a variety of issues, including life transitions, anxiety, depression and trauma. I also provide counseling to adults who are facing similar challenges. My goal is to help individuals chart their own course by increasing awareness of their strengths and skills, and modifying patterns of thinking and behavior that cause distress to bring about lasting change. My approach involves joining with clients with curiosity, gentle humor, and warmth. Treatment approaches follow theory, best practices, and is practical. As a result, clients typically report improvement after a few sessions."
Sally R Neuberger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! I'd ask how you are but if everything was great, you would not be browsing this site! I enjoy children/young teens and their parents and work especially well with children experiencing school and home anxieties and behaviors. My 23 years of experience in a school setting have developed my skills with children struggling with social communication disorders correlated with moderate and high functioning autism/developmental disorders.Collaboration with parents around effective limit setting and improved family functioning is also an area of professional strength."
(240) 252-3440
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"Welcome! I'd ask how you are but if everything was great, you would not be browsing this site! I enjoy children/young teens and their parents and work especially well with children experiencing school and home anxieties and behaviors. My 23 years of experience in a school setting have developed my skills with children struggling with social communication disorders correlated with moderate and high functioning autism/developmental disorders.Collaboration with parents around effective limit setting and improved family functioning is also an area of professional strength."
Ariana Beldoch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes we want to make changes in our lives, but the idea of doing so seems scary and overwhelming. It feels easier to stay in the safe place we know so well, even if that place is causing us pain. By seeking out Dialectical Behavior Therapy, you have taken a powerful first step towards overcoming that fear and beginning to make the positive changes you seek in your life."
(301) 679-7672
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"Sometimes we want to make changes in our lives, but the idea of doing so seems scary and overwhelming. It feels easier to stay in the safe place we know so well, even if that place is causing us pain. By seeking out Dialectical Behavior Therapy, you have taken a powerful first step towards overcoming that fear and beginning to make the positive changes you seek in your life."
Nate Luongo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"Stress is something that everyone experiences and often times it can become overwhelming. With my experience in the field, I recognize that it is my duty to continue to maintain a safe therapeutic environment where my clients feel safe to address difficult problems. I provide therapy to adolescents, adults, and families who are struggling with various issues which include, excessive worry, communication struggles, depression, behavioral issues, substance use, and learning differences."
(301) 298-2568
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"Stress is something that everyone experiences and often times it can become overwhelming. With my experience in the field, I recognize that it is my duty to continue to maintain a safe therapeutic environment where my clients feel safe to address difficult problems. I provide therapy to adolescents, adults, and families who are struggling with various issues which include, excessive worry, communication struggles, depression, behavioral issues, substance use, and learning differences."

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