Today I quietly walk alone to the the base of an enormous mountain covered in dangerous seracs, deep crevices, and treacherous traverses. Though I have never been to the top of the mountain I know it very well. I have made many attempts and understand the journey I am about to embark on is the most difficult of my life. I dare not take anyone with me. It’s too dangerous and no one knows this mountain like I do. This is my mountain. The conditions at the base are safe and pleasant but I don’t think about staying for long. I just stare up at the challenge before me with blind ambition. I never know what it is or where it comes from but the force that pushes me to reattempt this climb is relentless. So as I have done many times before I plan my route, check my gear, and inventory my provisions. All is set and for now I have discarded any thoughts of previous failed attempts to summit but as soon as I step foot on the mountain my perception immediately changes. My pack seems heavier, the crevices look wider, and the traverses appear impassible. In previous attempts this might have been enough to turn me around but not today. The urge to conquer my mountain is more present than ever. I begin trekking up the mountain with ever increasing speed. Ignoring the dangers and obstacles laid out before me. This goes on for what seems like hours. I don’t notice my surroundings or pause even for a moment to indulge in the breathtaking views. Scared that if I do I might succumb to perils I’m sure are there. Time is running out and I have to get to the top fast. I can see the summit, but then I stop. What if the view from the top isn’t what I though it would be? What if I get there and can’t find my way back? What if when I finally reach the summit all I see is an even bigger mountain behind this one? So as I have done every day for as long as I can remember I make my way back down to rest for my attempt tomorrow.
I provide professional, results-oriented counseling with a focus on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Hypnosis, methods that more quickly and effectively brings about positive changes. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I also work extensively with couples and family members on relationship issues.
Washington Psychological Wellness is a boutique-style psychotherapy and mental health practice located in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Our therapists have a passion for helping members of the community fulfill their mental wellness goals. We provide integrative and holistic mental health treatment with specialized expertise in adult, adolescent, child, couples, and family therapy. Telehealth options are available. Contact us now to schedule your complimentary 15-minute consultation!
Across Counseling is a group of experienced mental health practitioners in Vienna, Virginia with diverse specialties as well as other professionals offering integrative specialty services who can help you to resolve issues and challenges. The specialties we offer enable us to meet your specific needs, whether you are feeling depressed, anxious, struggle with issues around food, alcohol, or other substances, sexual or gender identity, grief, trauma, family and relationship issues and more. We also offer an option to work with us using a team approach that can be more effective with multiple members of a family or for clients with multiple issues that respond best to specialized approaches. When needed, the team option enables us to offer a coordinated approach that can be designed to best meet your specific needs. Whether we are working with individuals, couples, families, or groups, we can work together with you to address your issues and challenges and develop a plan to help you to improve your well-being and foster personal growth, to feel better and have a greater enjoyment of life.
Seeking an alternative to traditional therapy? That’s why I’m here. My tools range from innovative new mind-body modalities (e.g., Energy Psychology) to the most ancient spiritual/energetic modality (shamanic healing). These tools enable me to help clients address most of the problems that licensed mental health professionals do – plus some they can’t. And usually do it more efficiently. This is the main reason I almost always have one or more licensed therapists as clients. See the testimonials on my website.
Ashburn Psychological Services was founded in 2005 by Dr. Michael Oberschneider. The practice has been well received by area professionals and families and has grown to be the home of some of the area's leading psychiatrists and psychologists. We are here to address your needs.
I have been in private practice seeing adults and couples since 2004. I love my job and feel so fortunate to be able to work with people on living their best lives. I tailor sessions to the needs of the client- whether setting measurable goals, processing emotions in a safe space, changing habits or increasing self awareness.
My sensitive and engaging, direct and practical, style is reported by my clients as one of their attractions to working with me. I work with Children, Adolescents and Adults, addressing ADHD, depression and anxiety, divorce, loss and medical trauma. . I would be honored with your trust in me.
Personal set-backs and conflictual relationships are common problems that we all can face at some point in our lives. My approach is respectful and compassionate. I have doctoral level clinical training, research experience, several publications, and am adjunct faculty at Virginia Tech.
I guarantee discretion and tailor-made concierge services to all clients, particularly high-profile-high-public-exposure-high-stress persons. NO e-tracking. No communication to portals, employers, doctors, etc... unless you want it. No clearance problem, reputation preserved, anonymity and confidentiality in a discreet location or online.
We are an online practice including compassionate, experienced psychologists and licensed professional counselors who provide mental health services to individuals, couples, families, and children located in Virginia, D.C., Georgia, and to American Expats who are located abroad. We also offer fully virtual, psychological testing for ADHD, Pre-adoption, and Intelligence testing. We specialize in PTSD, Complex Trauma, Dissociation, Anxiety, Depression, Grief & Loss, Disability, and Life Transition & Adjustment. We see adults, adolescents, children and welcome all people from diverse backgrounds. Therapy Solutions, LLC, as a practice, also specializes in working with individuals and families who are globally mobile, including Third Culture Kids (TCKs) and Adult TCKs. We are proud of our clinicians and the exceptional work they do to help each client and family gain a sense of calm, joy, and self. Each therapist has a unique perspective, specialty, and focus which serves a wide range of clients. Many of our therapists are instructors or faculty in University settings and have extensive training in areas such as trauma, grief, TCK issues and psychological assessment.
I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Substance Abuse Counselor and Certified as a Clinical Trauma Professional. My counseling approach is personalized to meet your specific needs. I utilize an integrated approach which includes Trauma Informed Care, Person Centered Therapy, CBT, Narrative Therapy, aromatherapy and I'm trained in EMDR.
Seeking therapy is a courageous first step toward the relief you are searching for and need. Therapy provides the opportunity to more deeply reflect on self, experiences, and circumstances. Together we can bring healing to your mental health. We have a team of licensed therapists in DC, Maryland, and Virginia providing online therapy to those seeking to improve their lives.
Welcome to Williamsburg Youth Counseling, by Dane Wendell, LPC. We are excited to be in Williamsburg and to provide services to the youth in our community, through our private counseling practice. While working with your child/teen, we are able to help them navigate through their emotions and feelings along with teaching them healthy coping mechanisms. We specialize in working with youth dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, and the compounding concerns associated with them. Our practice believes that working with youth is drastically different than working with adults. Children and teens do not care about our philosophies, our educational backgrounds, or our theoretical orientations. What they do care about is their ability to relate to our counselors. Our youth today need to feel comfortable, supported, and most importantly, heard. We are able to help your child feel comfortable when starting or continuing their journey in bettering their mental health and overall wellbeing.
When people see you, they think you have a perfect life. You're focused, determined, and accomplished, but when you look on the inside, you feel lost and incapable of living up to your potential. You see the negative version of yourself, and no matter how hard you try to change, you just haven't been able to get over that hump. It's become exhausting, and you feel like giving up. Don't be last in your own life, while taking care of everyone else. You're tired of always having to be strong, when you feel like everything is against you. Instead of living life stressed out, it's time for a change. You want to finally relax and enjoy the life you’ve worked so hard to create. You want to learn this whole "self-care" thing and finally learn how to put yourself first without feeling guilty or selfish. You're ready to quiet the inner critic so that you can feel more positive and create the change you want in your life. I can help you get there.
At Adagio House, our focus is empowering caregivers and their differently-abled loved ones. by working with families, children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. We know that every life is uniquely valuable, interwoven with the complexities of both beauty and pain.
When we opened our doors in 1980, we were the very first private mental health group practice in Chesterfield County. From the beginning, we were welcomed with open arms by the Chesterfield Community Mental Health Center, physicians, schools and the community at large. Over the past three decades, we have been an established and highly trusted source for psychological care. In 2001, Family Guidance Centers made another hallmark decision, reaching out to provide mental health services to the underserved community of Powhatan. In 2016, we expanded to serve the needs of the fast-growing Midlothian area. In 2020, Family Guidance Centers opened a new location to serve the community of Henrico and Richmond city area. We also began offering Telehealth services as an integral part of our practice. In June 2021, we opened our Virginia Beach location to serve the Tidewater area!