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Meditation and Relationships

Mindfulness: There’s an App for That

There’s no better way to ease the stress and anxiety that wreaks havoc on your daily life than with a little mindfulness and meditation. But shutting out the distraction, noise, and interruptions can be difficult, and it’s for that reason that smart software developers everywhere have — you guessed it — developed an array of […]

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Stress Might Be Affecting Your Creativity

All day, every day: It seems like we’re all stressed about something. Maybe it’s money, or your health, or your parents’ health, or your kids’ behavior, or an unresolved conflict with a coworker at your high-pressure Washington DC job. Whatever it is, it’s there. Stress. It occupies your mind all day. Stress. It keeps you […]

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Psychotherapy for anxiety

How To Tell If You’re Experiencing An Anxiety Attack in Washington DC

Anxiety (or panic) attacks are — well — they’re awful. Anxiety attacks are periods of intense anxiety, or panic that often occur suddenly, and with no warning. They affect the mind, but more so the body, and can cause extreme fear for the sufferer — especially those who’ve never before experienced such a thing — […]

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Engage in Mindfulness in Washington DC. Disengage from Stress & Anxiety.

When someone mentions ‘the city that never sleeps’, you think of New York City, right? Of course you do. A nickname coined, and made famous by the Martin Scorsese film New York, New York (and with a little help from Frank Sinatra), it’s one that could just as easily be used to describe, well, the […]

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Montgomery County Mental Health

Rediscover Your Passion for Life: Consider Psychotherapy in Washington DC

For months now, you’ve just not felt like yourself. Everyday activities have become a struggle, and your loved ones have started to comment on how it seems you’re lacking that joie de vivre — that exuberant passion for life you’ve always had. You’re not sure what’s wrong, and you’re not sure how to make it […]

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The Right Couples Therapist CAN Save Your Marriage

“No one — not rock stars, not professional athletes, not software billionaires, and not even geniuses — ever makes it alone.” ―Malcolm Gladwell, Outliers: The Story of Success When you’re searching for a couples therapist in Bethesda, how do you know whom you can trust? Without knowing, you could hire a highly trained and well-intentioned […]

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Montgomery County Counseling Services

Montgomery County counseling services are available to address a variety of individual, couples and family problems. If you are struggling with emotional problems, relationship issues or substance abuse, located in Bethesda Maryland, Montgomery County counseling services can help. Counseling to Combat Depression Depression is a very treatable condition, but many people go undiagnosed and untreated […]

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Practical/Experiential Therapy for Couples (PET-C) with Brent Atkinson

For about two years now I’ve been hearing and learning about a kind of systematic couples therapy that is sophisticated enough to work with the many facets of struggle that face the couples in crisis in our practice. In particular, I have thought much about what are the best ways to equip our practice to […]

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Dealing with Jealousy in a Relationship

Contrary to popular belief, jealousy is not a sign of insecurity or weakness. It can also be the way in which people express love. If you are in a relationship, you will inevitably have to deal with and overcome jealousy. However, handling such feelings in a relationship is not an easy task. Jealousy can become […]

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Our psychotherapy fees start at $175 per hour (psychiatry fees start at $200 for 30 minutes).
We do not accept insurance, meaning we are not "in-network" with any health plans.
However, many of our clients submit claims to their out-of-network health insurance and receive 40-60% reimbursement.