We are a private practice in Bethesda, Maryland and Washington DC. We understand the problems of the black community in the Washington DC area. The need for black psychotherapy has been misunderstood. Some of us may have grown up in families that looked at counseling as a sign of weakness or mental illness. But we now know that therapy is used by people of all cultural backgrounds to grow and improve yourself as a person.
Dr. Tifphane Walker-Riley, MFT
Individual Psychotherapist & Marriage, Couples and Family Psychotherapist
Office Location: Dupont Circle
Call Tifphane directly at 202-629-1949 ext. 12
Tifphane Walker-Riley is a Couple and Family Therapist, specializing in Sex Therapy, with over 10 years of experience providing individual, couple, group and family psychotherapy. She can help you heal from symptoms related to trauma, mood regulation, anxiety, depression, infidelity, relationship issues, and sexual dysfunction.
Tifphane has been trained in Systems Family Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Systemic Sex Therapy. She has experience working within communities of color and the LGBTQ community to improve access to justice and health resources.
We have a modern and individualized way to deal with your problems and partner with you to create personal goals for therapy together. Our staff has had many years of experience in the field of psychotherapy.
For a person seeking black psychotherapy, our staff is educated in the culture of the African American. Our staff is very down-to-earth and extremely supportive in black psychotherapy. Each of our counselors is licensed to work with individuals of all ages as well as couples. At your first visit if you’re seeking black psychotherapy, you can expect to sit down with your counselor and discuss your reason for coming. You will work with your counselor to set goals.
We provide counseling for:
- Marriage and Relationship Issues
- Premarital Counseling
- Drug Treatment
- Anger Management
- Mind-Body Counseling for stress management, grief, or illness