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"*Accepting new clients (daytime only)* Here is what you can expect from me as your therapist: 1) a warm and trusting relationship that allows you to feel safe sharing anything, 2) a space in which you feel heard and attended to, where both important and minor details are remembered and returned to in an effort to examine the full picture over time, 3) genuine feedback that will help you examine yourself and your patterns closely, often providing a new way of understanding yourself and your struggles and 4) respect for your background and identities, the pace at which you’re comfortable sharing, and your personal goals for therapy. "
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"*Accepting new clients (daytime only)* Here is what you can expect from me as your therapist: 1) a warm and trusting relationship that allows you to feel safe sharing anything, 2) a space in which you feel heard and attended to, where both important and minor details are remembered and returned to in an effort to examine the full picture over time, 3) genuine feedback that will help you examine yourself and your patterns closely, often providing a new way of understanding yourself and your struggles and 4) respect for your background and identities, the pace at which you’re comfortable sharing, and your personal goals for therapy. "
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"With over 20 years of experience providing mental health services, primarily to men, individuals and couples, who are struggling with relationship issues, sexual health, and/or substance use issues, my focus is on helping you feel better. If you are struggling to feel connected with your partner, or others in your life, therapy can help. As a relationship specialist and sex therapist, I work with you, to help understand and improve communication, heal past ruptures, and increase intimacy - emotional and sexual. We may also work together to decrease your sexual performance anxiety, increase confidence, and pleasure."
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"With over 20 years of experience providing mental health services, primarily to men, individuals and couples, who are struggling with relationship issues, sexual health, and/or substance use issues, my focus is on helping you feel better. If you are struggling to feel connected with your partner, or others in your life, therapy can help. As a relationship specialist and sex therapist, I work with you, to help understand and improve communication, heal past ruptures, and increase intimacy - emotional and sexual. We may also work together to decrease your sexual performance anxiety, increase confidence, and pleasure."
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Washington, District of Columbia 20005
"Are you in your 20s or 30s and entering a new phase in your life? Nervous about all of the changes? You may be experiencing a quarterlife crisis. The Quarterlife Center (QLC) is a place where you can get help discovering answers about yourself and your relationships to figure out the road ahead. You can find out more by visiting our website: www.quarterlifecenter.com. For additional information or to schedule an appointment, please call us at 1-844-QLC-TALK (844-752-8255) or email us at talk@quarterlifecenter.com."
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"Are you in your 20s or 30s and entering a new phase in your life? Nervous about all of the changes? You may be experiencing a quarterlife crisis. The Quarterlife Center (QLC) is a place where you can get help discovering answers about yourself and your relationships to figure out the road ahead. You can find out more by visiting our website: www.quarterlifecenter.com. For additional information or to schedule an appointment, please call us at 1-844-QLC-TALK (844-752-8255) or email us at talk@quarterlifecenter.com."
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Washington, District of Columbia 20002
"My name is Niki, I am the owner and a practicing therapist of Counseling & Consulting on the Hill. We are a group practice of like-minded helping professionals that provides individual, couples, and family counseling. Our team consists of Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs). As MFTs, we are uniquely trained to work with our clients using a relational perspective. Practically speaking, this means that we help our clients to explore the ways that interpersonal relationships impact their current functioning: things that are working well and things that could be improved."
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"My name is Niki, I am the owner and a practicing therapist of Counseling & Consulting on the Hill. We are a group practice of like-minded helping professionals that provides individual, couples, and family counseling. Our team consists of Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs). As MFTs, we are uniquely trained to work with our clients using a relational perspective. Practically speaking, this means that we help our clients to explore the ways that interpersonal relationships impact their current functioning: things that are working well and things that could be improved."
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"My orientation toward counseling is a strengths based approach, where focusing on resiliency and building upon one's abilities are an essential part of managing conflict and confusion. I believe that the therapeutic process has the ability to empower us to gain insight and create new possibilities, allowing us to work through patterns of thinking and behavior to establish more productive coping mechanisms and strategies for when difficulties occur. Together, we will collaborate on constructing goals to help ease distress and gain clarity related to the challenges you are currently experiencing."
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"My orientation toward counseling is a strengths based approach, where focusing on resiliency and building upon one's abilities are an essential part of managing conflict and confusion. I believe that the therapeutic process has the ability to empower us to gain insight and create new possibilities, allowing us to work through patterns of thinking and behavior to establish more productive coping mechanisms and strategies for when difficulties occur. Together, we will collaborate on constructing goals to help ease distress and gain clarity related to the challenges you are currently experiencing."
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Washington, District of Columbia 20017
"I look forward to supporting my clients through the full range of life's ups and downs. My fundamental belief is that we all have the capacity to grow, change, and heal, and to find deep meaning in our lives. I have 10 years of experience working with adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient therapy settings in Washington, DC. In the context of a collaborative, warm and non-judgmental therapeutic relationship, we will explore your strength, challenges, and aspirations. Navigating life transitions and coping with depression and anxiety are some of my areas of expertise."
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(844) 846-6530
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"I look forward to supporting my clients through the full range of life's ups and downs. My fundamental belief is that we all have the capacity to grow, change, and heal, and to find deep meaning in our lives. I have 10 years of experience working with adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient therapy settings in Washington, DC. In the context of a collaborative, warm and non-judgmental therapeutic relationship, we will explore your strength, challenges, and aspirations. Navigating life transitions and coping with depression and anxiety are some of my areas of expertise."
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"All of us need help from time to time to develop new ways of living fuller, richer lives. My focus is on improving how you perceive and navigate life's challenges, transitions, and relationships. Our work together can help you to develop new skills to create the life you want; to enhance your relationships, friendships, or worklife; and to move you toward greater abundance, mindfulness, and depth. My additional expertise in neuropsychology means that our work will integrate psychotherapy and current neuroscience -- 'psychotherapy with the brain in mind' -- a powerfully effective combination."
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(202) 331-3318
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"All of us need help from time to time to develop new ways of living fuller, richer lives. My focus is on improving how you perceive and navigate life's challenges, transitions, and relationships. Our work together can help you to develop new skills to create the life you want; to enhance your relationships, friendships, or worklife; and to move you toward greater abundance, mindfulness, and depth. My additional expertise in neuropsychology means that our work will integrate psychotherapy and current neuroscience -- 'psychotherapy with the brain in mind' -- a powerfully effective combination."
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"Dr. M's ideal client has experienced many hardships, particularly in childhood. However, they are interesting in assessing their life, their strengths and working together towards healthy goals to manage depression, anxiety, and any stress that might impede achieving a stable healthy life. Anchored on the client's worldview/spirituality/guiding principles, we navigate towards a client's ideal self. We work to dispel shame and self-defeating thoughts/behaviors that create an unhealthy self-image and are a barrier to change. Dr. M works with clients to commit to lifestyle changes that sustain positive mental and emotional health. "
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"Dr. M's ideal client has experienced many hardships, particularly in childhood. However, they are interesting in assessing their life, their strengths and working together towards healthy goals to manage depression, anxiety, and any stress that might impede achieving a stable healthy life. Anchored on the client's worldview/spirituality/guiding principles, we navigate towards a client's ideal self. We work to dispel shame and self-defeating thoughts/behaviors that create an unhealthy self-image and are a barrier to change. Dr. M works with clients to commit to lifestyle changes that sustain positive mental and emotional health. "
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Washington, District of Columbia 20003
"Finding the right therapist can feel daunting, especially given all the therapists available. In the midst of the current crisis, your whole life may have shifted and you may be feeling isolated and alone. You may find yourself coping in unhealthy ways. Sometimes we just need someone to talk to who can hear and really see us. Other times we need help doing something different, someone to help us look and think outside the box. "
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"Finding the right therapist can feel daunting, especially given all the therapists available. In the midst of the current crisis, your whole life may have shifted and you may be feeling isolated and alone. You may find yourself coping in unhealthy ways. Sometimes we just need someone to talk to who can hear and really see us. Other times we need help doing something different, someone to help us look and think outside the box. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C
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Washington, District of Columbia 20005
"Mental relaxation consists in the ability to free the attention at will from nagging worries over past and present difficulties; from constant awareness of duty; from dread of accidents and other haunting fears; and from greed, passion, or other disturbing negative thoughts or attachments. "
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(202) 803-8611
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"Mental relaxation consists in the ability to free the attention at will from nagging worries over past and present difficulties; from constant awareness of duty; from dread of accidents and other haunting fears; and from greed, passion, or other disturbing negative thoughts or attachments. "
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Washington, District of Columbia 20005
"There are many issues that preoccupy us in our daily life. We might be upset by something that has just happened, like a fight with a friend, family member or lover, a problem at work, or the death of someone to whom we felt close. We might be haunted by something that has been around for a long time, like a feeling of loneliness, a deep-seated desire of which we're ashamed, or a disturbing childhood experience. Or perhaps a pervasive sense of despair in these unusually dark times. Whatever your concern, I offer you an exceptional opportunity to work through such issues, opening up the opportunity for a freer, more enjoyable future."
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(202) 858-1401
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"There are many issues that preoccupy us in our daily life. We might be upset by something that has just happened, like a fight with a friend, family member or lover, a problem at work, or the death of someone to whom we felt close. We might be haunted by something that has been around for a long time, like a feeling of loneliness, a deep-seated desire of which we're ashamed, or a disturbing childhood experience. Or perhaps a pervasive sense of despair in these unusually dark times. Whatever your concern, I offer you an exceptional opportunity to work through such issues, opening up the opportunity for a freer, more enjoyable future."
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Washington, District of Columbia 20011
"My approach to counseling appreciates that you are a unique individual with your own values, strengths, and life experiences. I begin the counseling process by inviting you to discuss your problems in a safe and non-judgmental manner. I foster a collaborative relationship with you to develop goals that will help you with life challenges. These goals could include changing behavior patterns, improving interpersonal relationships, developing productive coping skills, re-framing negative thoughts, increasing motivation level, and managing unpleasant emotions."
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"My approach to counseling appreciates that you are a unique individual with your own values, strengths, and life experiences. I begin the counseling process by inviting you to discuss your problems in a safe and non-judgmental manner. I foster a collaborative relationship with you to develop goals that will help you with life challenges. These goals could include changing behavior patterns, improving interpersonal relationships, developing productive coping skills, re-framing negative thoughts, increasing motivation level, and managing unpleasant emotions."
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Washington, District of Columbia 20007
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Washington, District of Columbia 20006
" Here’s to the daydreamers with a case of “the mean reds” as Audrey Hepburn called them. That goes for you: the stressed out entrepreneur, the transitioning new professional, and a few others who are looking for a chance to check-in and process their plan to work on reducing mental and emotional barriers to managing stress and pursuing purpose. "
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" Here’s to the daydreamers with a case of “the mean reds” as Audrey Hepburn called them. That goes for you: the stressed out entrepreneur, the transitioning new professional, and a few others who are looking for a chance to check-in and process their plan to work on reducing mental and emotional barriers to managing stress and pursuing purpose. "
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Washington, District of Columbia 20036
"Thanks for choosing this courageous step in your journey toward improvement. Life can be challenging and it might take some time to overcome obstacles in our way. I believe that everyone has a potential to learn, grow, improve, and heal no matter what circumstances one is facing. We are resilient beings so let's uncover what has been sitting dormant. "
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"Thanks for choosing this courageous step in your journey toward improvement. Life can be challenging and it might take some time to overcome obstacles in our way. I believe that everyone has a potential to learn, grow, improve, and heal no matter what circumstances one is facing. We are resilient beings so let's uncover what has been sitting dormant. "
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Washington, District of Columbia 20009
"What does therapy in the time of Covid-19 mean? These days when our life has been turned upside down, our general sense of anxiety may have increased. What will happen in the future? Will my family be ok? Will I have a job? At the same time, this public health crisis is intersecting very uniquely with our own personal life. Maybe you’re a college senior who didn’t get to graduate. Maybe you’ve recently had a loss and now feel more lonely than ever. Maybe now past trauma is coming to the fore. Maybe all of this just feels overwhelming. I can help. I bring a goal oriented, holistic approach to help you bring more calm to your life."
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"What does therapy in the time of Covid-19 mean? These days when our life has been turned upside down, our general sense of anxiety may have increased. What will happen in the future? Will my family be ok? Will I have a job? At the same time, this public health crisis is intersecting very uniquely with our own personal life. Maybe you’re a college senior who didn’t get to graduate. Maybe you’ve recently had a loss and now feel more lonely than ever. Maybe now past trauma is coming to the fore. Maybe all of this just feels overwhelming. I can help. I bring a goal oriented, holistic approach to help you bring more calm to your life."
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"I CONDUCT VIDEO SESSIONS WITH DAY, EVENING AND WEEKEND AVAILABILITY AND A REDUCED FEE FOR THOSE OUT OF WORK RIGHT NOW. My clinical expertise is in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders. Areas I am skilled in include: addiction, alcohol abuse, poor self -image, negative self-talk, decision paralysis, identity exploration, coping with legal issues, career development, insomnia, emotional terrorism, and general relationship problems. Please note that I do not see clients with Borderline Personality Disorder, severe eating disorders, chronic suicidality, or complex PTSD. "
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"I CONDUCT VIDEO SESSIONS WITH DAY, EVENING AND WEEKEND AVAILABILITY AND A REDUCED FEE FOR THOSE OUT OF WORK RIGHT NOW. My clinical expertise is in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders. Areas I am skilled in include: addiction, alcohol abuse, poor self -image, negative self-talk, decision paralysis, identity exploration, coping with legal issues, career development, insomnia, emotional terrorism, and general relationship problems. Please note that I do not see clients with Borderline Personality Disorder, severe eating disorders, chronic suicidality, or complex PTSD. "
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Washington, District of Columbia 20009
"NOW ACCEPTING CLIENTS VIA TELEHEALTH! Psychotherapy can help you make sense of complicated feelings, gain insight into relational patterns, and begin to move forward in areas of your life where you feel stuck. My focus is to help you untangle struggles, set meaningful goals, revise problematic narratives about yourself, and re-orient you toward your values. My integrative approach is informed by psychodynamic, feminist, multicultural, relational, and behaviorist theories. Above all, I value the therapeutic relationship and your personal growth. "
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"NOW ACCEPTING CLIENTS VIA TELEHEALTH! Psychotherapy can help you make sense of complicated feelings, gain insight into relational patterns, and begin to move forward in areas of your life where you feel stuck. My focus is to help you untangle struggles, set meaningful goals, revise problematic narratives about yourself, and re-orient you toward your values. My integrative approach is informed by psychodynamic, feminist, multicultural, relational, and behaviorist theories. Above all, I value the therapeutic relationship and your personal growth. "
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"For the past 4 decades plus, I have specialized in LGBTQ issues. I currently focus on gender identity issues and assist my transgender clients with navigating their often challenging journeys. As an "out" cisgender lesbian practitioner, I strive to help my LGBTQ clients travel from a place of shame to pride. Much of our work centers on self- esteem and the ways in which homophobia and transphobia impact so many areas of our lives-including family, career, and our intimate relationships. I love animals and also do veterinary counseling and consulting. My style is interactive and casual. I highly value your confidentiality. "
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"For the past 4 decades plus, I have specialized in LGBTQ issues. I currently focus on gender identity issues and assist my transgender clients with navigating their often challenging journeys. As an "out" cisgender lesbian practitioner, I strive to help my LGBTQ clients travel from a place of shame to pride. Much of our work centers on self- esteem and the ways in which homophobia and transphobia impact so many areas of our lives-including family, career, and our intimate relationships. I love animals and also do veterinary counseling and consulting. My style is interactive and casual. I highly value your confidentiality. "
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Washington, District of Columbia 20009
"No matter your past or present, your haves or have nots, life can be difficult. I believe that people want and need to be understood – to feel validated and acknowledged in the midst of their troubles. Without these moments of understanding, life can feel mundane, lonely, or deeply confusing. At the most troubling times when stress, depression, or relationships overwhelm, change can seem impossible. Yet change is made possible through a trusting therapeutic relationship, and a careful understanding of oneself and others."
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"No matter your past or present, your haves or have nots, life can be difficult. I believe that people want and need to be understood – to feel validated and acknowledged in the midst of their troubles. Without these moments of understanding, life can feel mundane, lonely, or deeply confusing. At the most troubling times when stress, depression, or relationships overwhelm, change can seem impossible. Yet change is made possible through a trusting therapeutic relationship, and a careful understanding of oneself and others."

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Clinical Supervision and Licensed Supervisors - (Counseling Supervision) Therapists
Find a clinical supervisor in Washington. Supervision services in Washington are offered by qualified Washington therapists, psychologists and counselors. They provide formal supervision, guidance and expertise for pre-licensed professionals and those seeking counselling supervision for their everyday practices. While each state and licensing board has its own unique requirements, professionals offering clinical supervision in Washington help new practitioners advance their clinical knowledge, and satisfy requirements leading to licensure.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Washington are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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