Location

Washington, District of Columbia 20002, United States

Description

Ok let’s be honest and talk about why you’re here... Maybe you’ve been told by others that you should talk to someone about the challenges you’re facing. You've probably dismissed the notion because you may think you’re not going through a life altering experience …but maybe a part of you is. The part of you that usually has it all under control is actually struggling this time around and that’s the part that brought you here. Because if you’re honest, this transition is actually new territory and deep down it’s terrifying.

Maybe you’re scared to fail or to disappoint and as the strong individual you are maybe that in itself is hard to admit. Or perhaps you’ve actually accomplished all you’ve set out to do in order to live a fulfilling and joyous life. On the outside, everything is in its place. Yet, if you’re honest with yourself, something still feels off. You continue to fight battles no one else sees.

Maybe one of these experiences struck a chord…maybe not. Nevertheless, the fact is that you’re still here and something kept you here until the end. Maybe that’s what you connected to. So if we’re being honest…maybe that’s just enough to be your impetus for change.

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Practice Details
  • City
    Washington DC
  • Zip Code
    Washington
  • State of Practice
    Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, District of Columbia, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington DC
  • Describe Your Practice
    Online Only
  • Accepting New Clients
    Yes
  • Virtual Therapy
    Yes
  • Prescribes Medication
    No
  • My Website
  • Group Therapy Available
    Yes
Group Therapy Details

As you begin this group experience, it may be helpful to understand some of the theory behind the concept of "group." A number of the personal concerns/difficulties experienced by people originate in unresolved difficulties in interpersonal relationships, i.e., difficulties in
how you see others and how you perceive they see you. The way this is achieved is through expressing your feelings as you are feeling them. While this process may not always be easy, it is crucial. If one can allow themselves the experience of understanding and working
out their relationships with members in the group, then it can be expected that it will be carried over into life outside of the group.