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"If you take the courageous step of starting counseling, for yourself or your relationship, it is important your therapist feels like a good fit. To help you in your search - my style is curious, empathic, collaborative, and warm with a touch of humor. I specialize in relationship issues between couples and teen families, in addition to general issues like anxiety, depression, self-worth, and healing from past pain or trauma. Using your inherent strengths, I'll guide you in unearthing buried pain to facilitate healing. Together, we create a path towards more satisfying relationships, effective communication, and emotional connection."
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"If you take the courageous step of starting counseling, for yourself or your relationship, it is important your therapist feels like a good fit. To help you in your search - my style is curious, empathic, collaborative, and warm with a touch of humor. I specialize in relationship issues between couples and teen families, in addition to general issues like anxiety, depression, self-worth, and healing from past pain or trauma. Using your inherent strengths, I'll guide you in unearthing buried pain to facilitate healing. Together, we create a path towards more satisfying relationships, effective communication, and emotional connection."
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"I love what I do! I can help you turn your insights into action for addictions, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. We may use individual, family, or group therapy, relapse prevention, education, or court involved assessment and treatment. I co-developed the Dual Diagnosis Recovery Program© for people struggling with both a mental health and drug/alcohol issue and is designed to help you based on where you are in your recovery process. My book "Can I Keep Drinking? How You Can Decide When Enough is Enough" helps you figure out how to have a better relationship with alcohol."
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"I love what I do! I can help you turn your insights into action for addictions, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. We may use individual, family, or group therapy, relapse prevention, education, or court involved assessment and treatment. I co-developed the Dual Diagnosis Recovery Program© for people struggling with both a mental health and drug/alcohol issue and is designed to help you based on where you are in your recovery process. My book "Can I Keep Drinking? How You Can Decide When Enough is Enough" helps you figure out how to have a better relationship with alcohol."
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"*For New Clients/Inquiries: Please contact me at elizabethannebrocato@gmail.com . Welcome! I am well aware that the therapeutic process can be both healing and challenging as you are looking more closely at your emotional needs, thoughts, reactions, relationships, and struggles. Therefore, I highly value creating a space that feels safe, non-judgmental, and where you feel supported and validated. I understand you are bringing in personal and intimate details of your life and I treat those with the utmost respect."
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"*For New Clients/Inquiries: Please contact me at elizabethannebrocato@gmail.com . Welcome! I am well aware that the therapeutic process can be both healing and challenging as you are looking more closely at your emotional needs, thoughts, reactions, relationships, and struggles. Therefore, I highly value creating a space that feels safe, non-judgmental, and where you feel supported and validated. I understand you are bringing in personal and intimate details of your life and I treat those with the utmost respect."
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"As a licensed clinical social worker and a certified personal trainer, I specialize in working with people who are striving to improve both their physical and mental health. I recently got certified in integrative medicine for mental health professionals (https://www.mhimi.com). This approach works well with people who are looking for non-pharmaceutical interventions for treating their symptoms. My overall objective is to utilize a holistic approach- through their mind, body and soul- by developing the strengths they already have and incorporating wellness practices into their every day lives."
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"As a licensed clinical social worker and a certified personal trainer, I specialize in working with people who are striving to improve both their physical and mental health. I recently got certified in integrative medicine for mental health professionals (https://www.mhimi.com). This approach works well with people who are looking for non-pharmaceutical interventions for treating their symptoms. My overall objective is to utilize a holistic approach- through their mind, body and soul- by developing the strengths they already have and incorporating wellness practices into their every day lives."
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"WHAT WE DO - We help people who struggle with mental illness get their lives back in order. We help adults who suffer with major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or other psychotic disorders who can benefit from coaching and acquiring new or improving existing living skills such as managing symptoms or medications or connecting to community supports. We also provide counseling and life-skills training to children and adolescents who, due to a mental, behavioral, or emotional illness, have difficulty establishing or maintaining normal interpersonal relationships, exhibit inappropriate behavior or behaviors that pose safety concerns to self or others."
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(571) 374-1714
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"WHAT WE DO - We help people who struggle with mental illness get their lives back in order. We help adults who suffer with major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or other psychotic disorders who can benefit from coaching and acquiring new or improving existing living skills such as managing symptoms or medications or connecting to community supports. We also provide counseling and life-skills training to children and adolescents who, due to a mental, behavioral, or emotional illness, have difficulty establishing or maintaining normal interpersonal relationships, exhibit inappropriate behavior or behaviors that pose safety concerns to self or others."
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"Meredith Kerley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in the treatment of both adolescents and adults in individual and group therapy. As a therapist, Meredith builds upon each individual's strengths and uniqueness. She works collaboratively with clients to discuss their concerns and assist them in gaining greater insight and clarity of mind. Meredith provides a confidential, warm, and safe environment in which clients can explore past and current issues, weigh their options, and change longstanding counterproductive behaviors. She believes that it is through this work that clients are able to live more authentic lives and experience more fulfilling relationships."
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"Meredith Kerley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in the treatment of both adolescents and adults in individual and group therapy. As a therapist, Meredith builds upon each individual's strengths and uniqueness. She works collaboratively with clients to discuss their concerns and assist them in gaining greater insight and clarity of mind. Meredith provides a confidential, warm, and safe environment in which clients can explore past and current issues, weigh their options, and change longstanding counterproductive behaviors. She believes that it is through this work that clients are able to live more authentic lives and experience more fulfilling relationships."
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" Sandhya Sharma is a South Asian Indian LPC and certified addictions specialist who works with: Adults, Teens, LGBTQ community, and International Communities. Sandhya will help create a safe and supportive therapy environment and work with you collaboratively to both accurately assess your strengths as well as areas of struggle. She will develop a treatment plan with you to help you facilitate behavioral changes that more successfully meet your goals. Sandhya will help you look at the ways you have been currently coping with life’s problems and help you to develop new strategies from a strengths-based perspective. "
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(703) 828-0647
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" Sandhya Sharma is a South Asian Indian LPC and certified addictions specialist who works with: Adults, Teens, LGBTQ community, and International Communities. Sandhya will help create a safe and supportive therapy environment and work with you collaboratively to both accurately assess your strengths as well as areas of struggle. She will develop a treatment plan with you to help you facilitate behavioral changes that more successfully meet your goals. Sandhya will help you look at the ways you have been currently coping with life’s problems and help you to develop new strategies from a strengths-based perspective. "
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" ***Not accepting new clients at this time. Some pursue happiness, others create it; however, creating happiness isn’t always an easy task. Whether you’re experiencing difficulty adjusting to a new environment, relational conflicts, past or current trauma, or just seeking general guidance in your life, with the help of a professional, happiness can be within your reach. The key to a happy life isn’t just achieving success, or having a perfect job/income/family/relationship, it is more about how we perceive the world around us. Our thoughts are powerful and have a great influence on how we feel and how we act. "
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" ***Not accepting new clients at this time. Some pursue happiness, others create it; however, creating happiness isn’t always an easy task. Whether you’re experiencing difficulty adjusting to a new environment, relational conflicts, past or current trauma, or just seeking general guidance in your life, with the help of a professional, happiness can be within your reach. The key to a happy life isn’t just achieving success, or having a perfect job/income/family/relationship, it is more about how we perceive the world around us. Our thoughts are powerful and have a great influence on how we feel and how we act. "
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"Life can be wonderful, but it can also present us with many challenges. Whether you are dealing with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, a major life transition or stressful life event, adolescent or parenting issues, or simply want a better understanding of yourself and others, therapy can be a helpful journey to bring about healing, insight and change. As a therapist with over 12 years of experience, my therapeutic style would best be described as integrative, as I draw from a variety of perspectives and techniques including CBT, psychodynamic, solution focused, trauma informed, family systems and play therapy."
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"Life can be wonderful, but it can also present us with many challenges. Whether you are dealing with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, a major life transition or stressful life event, adolescent or parenting issues, or simply want a better understanding of yourself and others, therapy can be a helpful journey to bring about healing, insight and change. As a therapist with over 12 years of experience, my therapeutic style would best be described as integrative, as I draw from a variety of perspectives and techniques including CBT, psychodynamic, solution focused, trauma informed, family systems and play therapy."
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"I work with individuals, couples, and families, specializing in supporting clients to resolve their pain, stress, negative stories, and/or relationship concerns. I work with communication, trust, emotional connection, life transitions, preparing for marriage, loss, and trauma. In couples work, I'll help you to resolve any recurring disagreements, work through stuck places, and repair old wounds. Together, we create a new way of connecting that is more satisfying, open, and effective. As a therapist of color, I take great care to cultivate a space that honors inclusivity and diversity and reduces the stigma of therapy."
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"I work with individuals, couples, and families, specializing in supporting clients to resolve their pain, stress, negative stories, and/or relationship concerns. I work with communication, trust, emotional connection, life transitions, preparing for marriage, loss, and trauma. In couples work, I'll help you to resolve any recurring disagreements, work through stuck places, and repair old wounds. Together, we create a new way of connecting that is more satisfying, open, and effective. As a therapist of color, I take great care to cultivate a space that honors inclusivity and diversity and reduces the stigma of therapy."
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"Most clients I see are referred by a provider looking for quality evidence-based assessment or therapy for children, families or individuals. Those interested in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approaches to address behavior and relationship issues are likely to be a good match for my practice. I am skilled in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), behavior therapy and other evidence-based therapies such as Trauma-Focused CBT, Alternatives for Families CBT and couples CBT."
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(703) 642-7340
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"Most clients I see are referred by a provider looking for quality evidence-based assessment or therapy for children, families or individuals. Those interested in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approaches to address behavior and relationship issues are likely to be a good match for my practice. I am skilled in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), behavior therapy and other evidence-based therapies such as Trauma-Focused CBT, Alternatives for Families CBT and couples CBT."
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"Most people go to therapy because they are dealing with people who need to be in therapy. Many people see therapy as a one-sided conversation, with little opportunity for interaction or getting to experience each other as real people. I want to help you achieve whatever solutions and life changes you are looking for while enjoying the process as much as possible and experiencing yourself in new ways. Simply put, I don’t believe therapy has to always be a painful thing. Calling a therapist can be intimidating, but I hope you will take a moment (and maybe a deep breath) to call and see how I can help. "
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(571) 410-3395
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"Most people go to therapy because they are dealing with people who need to be in therapy. Many people see therapy as a one-sided conversation, with little opportunity for interaction or getting to experience each other as real people. I want to help you achieve whatever solutions and life changes you are looking for while enjoying the process as much as possible and experiencing yourself in new ways. Simply put, I don’t believe therapy has to always be a painful thing. Calling a therapist can be intimidating, but I hope you will take a moment (and maybe a deep breath) to call and see how I can help. "
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"I work with children, adolescents, and young adults to develop skills and strategies to live out their full potential in their daily lives. Life transitions can be challenging. My goal is to connect with my clients, alleviate symptoms and offer tailored recommendations that nurture individual strengths while targeting challenges and needs. I specialize in supporting those struggling with anxiety, depression, adjusting to change, managing stress, and positive behavior. I integrate a variety or therapeutic approaches such as cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and solutions focused therapy. "
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"I work with children, adolescents, and young adults to develop skills and strategies to live out their full potential in their daily lives. Life transitions can be challenging. My goal is to connect with my clients, alleviate symptoms and offer tailored recommendations that nurture individual strengths while targeting challenges and needs. I specialize in supporting those struggling with anxiety, depression, adjusting to change, managing stress, and positive behavior. I integrate a variety or therapeutic approaches such as cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and solutions focused therapy. "
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"At The Center for Connection, Healing & Change we specialize in working with teens and their families. Our therapists are skilled and trained in working with adolescents and the wide range of challenges they grapple with: relationships, attachment, anxiety, depression, emotion regulation, behavioral concerns, academics, trauma, life transitions, somatic issues, identity, self-worth, boundaries, separation/divorce, substance use, adoption, and loss. As each family is different, we help you find solutions that fit you and your unique family needs. A full description of the areas we work with can be found at www.thecenterforconnection"
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"At The Center for Connection, Healing & Change we specialize in working with teens and their families. Our therapists are skilled and trained in working with adolescents and the wide range of challenges they grapple with: relationships, attachment, anxiety, depression, emotion regulation, behavioral concerns, academics, trauma, life transitions, somatic issues, identity, self-worth, boundaries, separation/divorce, substance use, adoption, and loss. As each family is different, we help you find solutions that fit you and your unique family needs. A full description of the areas we work with can be found at www.thecenterforconnection"
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"Hi! I’m Emily. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Trauma Specialist working in the Northern Virginia area. I use an eclectic therapy style, often combining Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy techniques with a holistic approach. I use breathing and mindfulness techniques as well in session. I have a certificate in trauma therapy and use this type of therapy in my work with survivors. "
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"Hi! I’m Emily. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Trauma Specialist working in the Northern Virginia area. I use an eclectic therapy style, often combining Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy techniques with a holistic approach. I use breathing and mindfulness techniques as well in session. I have a certificate in trauma therapy and use this type of therapy in my work with survivors. "
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"I am a license eligible clinical psychologist who specializes in working with children and adolescents. I have specialized training in Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for issues ranging from anxiety, mood disorders, and disruptive behavior (oppositional and ADHD related behaviors). I also conduct comprehensive psychological evaluations and assessments to help develop a clearer mental health diagnosis. I completed my undergraduate training in psychology at the UNC at Greensboro, my Masters degree in clinical psychology at Virginia State University and my Ph.D. at the University of Memphis."
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"I am a license eligible clinical psychologist who specializes in working with children and adolescents. I have specialized training in Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for issues ranging from anxiety, mood disorders, and disruptive behavior (oppositional and ADHD related behaviors). I also conduct comprehensive psychological evaluations and assessments to help develop a clearer mental health diagnosis. I completed my undergraduate training in psychology at the UNC at Greensboro, my Masters degree in clinical psychology at Virginia State University and my Ph.D. at the University of Memphis."
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"As a Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Yellen helps people with a variety of issues, such as Anxiety, Depression, Relationship Difficulties, Work Stress, Grief, and Parenting. She also has specialized training in treating Eating Disorders such as Anorexia and Bulimia. The decision to seek therapy is a big one and Dr. Yellen wants to honor someone's step forward. Most people only turn to therapy after trying to go it alone for a long time so she understands that they come in with important issues that have built up over time."
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"As a Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Yellen helps people with a variety of issues, such as Anxiety, Depression, Relationship Difficulties, Work Stress, Grief, and Parenting. She also has specialized training in treating Eating Disorders such as Anorexia and Bulimia. The decision to seek therapy is a big one and Dr. Yellen wants to honor someone's step forward. Most people only turn to therapy after trying to go it alone for a long time so she understands that they come in with important issues that have built up over time."
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"As a therapist, I build upon each individual's strengths and uniqueness. I work collaboratively with clients and families to explore their concerns. I believe that to open doorways into a therapy relationship, there needs to be trust and reliability within a warm safe environment. I enjoy helping families grow in the areas of parenting, adjusting to change and communicating effectively. I believe that everybody has the ability to conquer the difficulties they experience in life and come out a stronger person on the other end."
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"As a therapist, I build upon each individual's strengths and uniqueness. I work collaboratively with clients and families to explore their concerns. I believe that to open doorways into a therapy relationship, there needs to be trust and reliability within a warm safe environment. I enjoy helping families grow in the areas of parenting, adjusting to change and communicating effectively. I believe that everybody has the ability to conquer the difficulties they experience in life and come out a stronger person on the other end."
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"Hello! Thank you for checking out my profile on Psychology Today. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. A clinical social worker is trained to help people identify and solve problems in their lives that are preventing them from being happy, productive and able to weather life's challenges. I believe men have special needs in counseling and therapy, so I tend to work mostly with men ages 15 and up. I also have training in working with people with substance use disorders. I specialize in treating people with co-occurring disorders. This means that someone is struggling with a mental health issue and a substance abuse problem. "
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"Hello! Thank you for checking out my profile on Psychology Today. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. A clinical social worker is trained to help people identify and solve problems in their lives that are preventing them from being happy, productive and able to weather life's challenges. I believe men have special needs in counseling and therapy, so I tend to work mostly with men ages 15 and up. I also have training in working with people with substance use disorders. I specialize in treating people with co-occurring disorders. This means that someone is struggling with a mental health issue and a substance abuse problem. "
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"I am still accepting new clients and am offering video sessions via Zoom or Doxy for clients who are distancing. I am a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in psychological testing and assessment as well as psychotherapy. I have a wide range of experiences that enable me to listen, assess, and diagnose a variety of psychological and educational issues. I also provide therapeutic services in which I encourage and support a variety of people. I use an integrative approach to therapy which allows me to tailor overall therapeutic goals as well as target each individual session to meet your needs at that point in time."
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"I am still accepting new clients and am offering video sessions via Zoom or Doxy for clients who are distancing. I am a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in psychological testing and assessment as well as psychotherapy. I have a wide range of experiences that enable me to listen, assess, and diagnose a variety of psychological and educational issues. I also provide therapeutic services in which I encourage and support a variety of people. I use an integrative approach to therapy which allows me to tailor overall therapeutic goals as well as target each individual session to meet your needs at that point in time."

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Self-Harming (Cutting) Therapists
Self-harm (SH) or deliberate self-harm (DSH) is the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body. It includes cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting yourself, interfering with wound healing, and the ingestion of toxic substances or objects. While self injury (SI) can look like suicide, it's not; most people who mutilate themselves do it as a way to regulate mood. People who hurt themselves in this way may be motivated by a need to distract themselves from inner turmoil, or to quickly release anxiety that builds due to an inability to express intense emotions.

If you're looking for help with self-harming in 22030 or for someone who self harms, or cuts themselves, or bangs or hits themselves, these 22030 therapists provide counseling for self harming in 22030. They include therapists, who understand self harming in 22030, psychologists and counselors. They can provide self harming counseling in 22030 or treatment for self harming.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 22030 are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in 22030

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 22030 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 22030 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 22030 or family therapy in 22030.