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Abrams & Associates, LLC
Teen Girls Groups: Grades 9-12. We run teen girls groups that serve to empower and strengthen teens as they address academic stress, mood instability, social belonging, peer pressure, body-image and anxieties. Didactic, processing and experiential techniques are integrated into sessions while girls learn coping and relational skills effective for family and friendship. Techniques including guided insight, peer sharing and feedback, mindful meditation and social self-appraisal exercises help girls with social-emotional maturation, self-acceptance, communication and interpersonal competence.
In addition, we offer Mindfulness for High Schoolers. This is a time-limited and skills based group that draws heavily from the mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) approach. Mindfulness is the act of intentionally attending to one’s present moment-to-moment experiences in an open and nonjudgmental way. Through mindfulness strategies, one is able to calm the mind, and be less reactive and more purposeful in their responses. Mindfulness techniques have been heavily studied in the literature and have been found to have many benefits including reduced anxiety and stress, increased sense of control and self-efficacy, a reduction in anger/hostility and better reported sleep. The goal of this group is to teach adolescents how to better manage stress and anxiety and engage in more focused and intentional behavior through the use of empirically supported mindfulness techniques. Examples of the types of exercises include Body Scan, Mindful Stopping and Mindful Homework/Test Taking.
Young Adults; Weekly group meetings for young adults, ages 18-22. Emphasis of group is on self-development, individuation, social relationship skills, money management, assertiveness and emotional resourcefulness. This is a process oriented talk therapy group. In this group we are helping young adults to gain independent life skills in order to become more self-sufficient and more confident as they learn to take risks and grow into adulthood.
We are a family-friendly group practice offering assessment and psychotherapy for children, teens and adults. For more information or to set up a group intake appointment, please contact our intake coordinator.
For more information or to set up a group intake appointment, please contact our Intake Coordinator.
Contact: Intake Coordinator
301.949.2098, ext 1
Kay Abrams, Ph.D., Director
3841 Farragut Avenue, Kensington, MD 20895
Alvord Baker & Associates, LLC – Resilience Builder Program®
Rockville, MD and Chevy Chase, MD
Alvord, Baker & Associates, LLC has been providing social competence groups for children and adolescents since 1992. The groups focus on enhancing resilience, which we view as the ability to adapt well to life and its challenges. Children’s social competence can be impacted greatly by one or several of the following factors: ability to regulate their behavior and emotions; anxiety; ADHD; learning disabilities; low self-esteem; organizational challenges; and/or transition difficulties. Our groups help children identify what they do well, and to build on their strengths. We use the Resilience Builder Program® which utilizes a Cognitive Behavioral framework (how one thinks impacts how one feels and subsequently, how one behaves with others) and empirically supported strategies. We also offer specialized groups for children diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD), Aspergers and High Functioning Autism. All groups are led by experienced licensed psychologists and clinical social workers. Didactic, process, and experiential activities, discussions and relaxation/self-control techniques are utilized. Boys, girls, and co-ed groups from pre-school through elementary grades.
CBT for Anxiety Middle School Group (grades 6-8)
The CBT for Anxiety Group is a 12-session, co-ed skills group for middle schoolers (grades 6-8) with anxiety of any kind (e.g., generalized worry (“What if?” thinking), social or health anxiety, panic attacks, phobias). The focus of the group is on cognitive-behavioral strategies to reduce worry and avoidance. This primary strategy taught is exposure, which is gradually facing feared situations or outcomes. This is the gold-standard method of treating anxiety. Additional strategies, such as challenging anxious thought patterns and relaxation exercises will also be included. We understand that some children may be hesitant to engage in exposure tasks and confront their worries so we will begin group with a focus on motivational interviewing principles and help the group enhance their self-efficacy to prepare for the tasks ahead in accordance with their personal values. If you are interested in obtaining more information about the group, please call our intake coordinator at 301-593-5554 x23 or send an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CBT For Anxiety Teens Group (grades 9-12)
The CBT for Anxiety Group is a 12-session, co-ed skills group for high schoolers (grades 9-12) with anxiety of any kind (e.g., generalized worry (“What if?” thinking), social or health anxiety, panic attacks, phobias). The focus of the group is on cognitive-behavioral strategies to reduce worry and avoidance. This primary strategy taught is exposure, which is gradually facing feared situations or outcomes. This is the gold-standard method of treating anxiety. Additional strategies, such as challenging anxious thought patterns and relaxation exercises will also be included. Families new to our practice must first participate in an intake session (60 minutes, $309) to determine fit prior to registering for the group.Please contact our intake coordinator (301-593-6554 x23) to indicate your interest and to receive more information as it becomes available. If you are interested in obtaining more information about the group, please email our intake coordinator at email@example.com or leave a detailed message with your name and contact information at 301-593-6554, ext 23.
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Teens Program (MBSR-T) is a research-based course designed to help teens 14-19 years of age learn simple yet effective mindfulness practices that they can use to increase their focus, manage stress, and enjoy life. Mindfulness means noticing your thoughts, emotions, and sensations in the present moment without judgement. This group will help stressed teens learn to recharge, be kind, and grow wise through the practice of mindfulness. For more information, contact our intaker coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or the group leader, Dr. Erin Lewis-Morrarty at 301-593-6554 x12 or email at email@example.com.
Psychologists: Mary Alvord, Ph.D.; Andrea Chisolm, Ph.D.; Colleen Cummings, Ph.D; Keri Linas, Ph.D, Psy.D.; Erin Lewis-Morrarty, Ph.D.; Heather Loffredo, Psy.D.; Elizabeth Malesa, Ph.D.; Kelly O’Brien, Ph.D.; Nina Shiffrin, Ph.D.; Candice Watson, Ph.D.; Susan Wilson, Ph.D.
Clinical Social Workers: Rebecca Abrahams, LCSW-C; Betsy Carmichael, LCSW-C; Thomas Verratti, LCSW-C; Lemuel Yutzy, Ph.D.
Contact: Group Coordinator
3200 Tower Oaks Boulevard, Suite 200, Rockville, MD 20852
8401 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 1120, Chevy Chase, MD 20815
The Center for Anxiety and Behavioral Change
Rockville, MD & McLean, VA
CABC offers a variety of evidence-based groups for children and teens experiencing anxiety and related disorders. These groups are generally separated into elementary, middle, and high school sections. For each age group, we offer multiple group options to best fit your child’s needs. One of the groups that we offer is a 15-week Social Effectiveness Therapy group for children and teens (SET-C) that is designed to teach specific social skills that have been found to be challenging for those with social anxiety disorder, such as initiating and maintaining conversations. We also offer groups for students struggling with anxiety-based school refusal. These groups are ongoing and focused on providing skills and support to children and teens as they re-enter and then sustain attendance in school. We also offer the group Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Teens (MBSR-T) which is a group that teaches mindfulness-based techniques, skills, and tools that will help teens to function more adaptively and improve their quality of life. In addition, we offer specialized groups for elementary and middle school students with anxiety and related disorders. For middle school students we offer a 12-week evidence-based group that teaches non-avoidant coping strategies, and in which group members practice “going on offense” against their fears (known as exposure therapy). “Exposures” are designed collaboratively with the children to challenge their fears and to help them remain in anxiety-provoking situations until the anxiety naturally reduces. By learning to “outlast” their anxiety, the group members learn how avoidance and fear are “teammates.” For elementary-aged children, we offer an evidence-based group that focuses on building specific strategies to cope with the anxiety that include identifying emotions, learning how to communicate about their feelings, develop tools for facing stressful situations, and build skills to generalize these techniques to their home and school experiences.
Clinicians: Jonathan Dalton, Ph.D., Director; Renee DeBoard-Lucas, Ph.D.; Lindsay Scharfstein, Ph.D.; Rachel Singer, Ph.D.; Christina Brooks, Psy.D.; Kristin Bianchi, Ph.D.; Caitríona Hayes, Psy.D.; Kristine Rosenthal, Ph.D.; Taylor Wilmer, Ph.D.; Monique Reynolds, Ph.D.
Contact: Bridget Camardi, Clinic Coordinator
50 W. Montgomery Ave, Suite 110, Rockville, MD 20850
1487 Chain Bridge Rd #203, McLean, VA 22101
Center for Family Well-Being, PLLC
The Center for Family Well-Being is a group of holistic therapists in NW DC who skillfully integrate Western psychotherapy with the deep wisdom of Eastern mindful-awareness practice, as well as other mind-body healing methods — both traditional and modern — for the optimal well-being of kids, teens, adults, couples, and families.
Our Girls In Tune™ program offers educational, experiential, playful, and developmentally appropriate mindful-awareness groups to help girls actively practice relational and self-regulation skills; reduce stress; increase joy and well-being; and strengthen connections to themselves and others. Groups are designed to help participants grow confidence while also learning positive coping and relational skills.
Our Boys In Tune™ mindfulness, play, activity, and skill-building groups emphasize flexibility, empathy, positive self-esteem, and growing self and social awareness. Boys will learn to gain confidence, grow their friendship skills, resolve conflict, and recognize and express emotions.
Girls In Tune™ eand Boys In Tune™ groups are appropriate for boys and girls who need assistance with: coping and regulation skills; learning to “read” themselves and others (i.e., managing friendships); reducing anxiety, managing feelings; and developing self-appreciation, compassion, and confidence.
Compassion in Action
Cultivating self-compassion, courage, and connection for middle schoolers
This in-person expressive, experiential, and “talk” relationship skill-building group helps participants increase self-compassion, balance moods, and reduce worries. Participants are actively coached in breaking the cycle of the negative inner critic while growing their courage and building healthy habits of self-care. We dive deeply into the topics that feel most urgent for middle schoolers: the shifting terrain of friendships, our complex feelings about social media usage, and how to build a robust and confident self and embrace our differences—during a developmental period brimming with pressure to assimilate. Facilitated by Lida Sunderland & Aryn Davis; Wednesdays @ 5-6:15PM, beginning mid-September
Back-to-School Refresher for Body and Mind
Coping, caring, and connecting for high schoolers
This 5-week “tune-in and tune-up” group is designed for teens navigating the inevitable anxiety that accompanies the back-to-school transition. Drawing on gentle movement, yoga, and breath work — as well as other mindfulness-based tools, expressive art, CBT, and polyvagal techniques — we work with both body and mind to support and relax the anxious mind, feeling more empowered to enter this new school year. Participants learn to calm their nervous system in the face of life changes and build a holistic toolbox for self-compassion, coping, and growth — while also practicing inward attunement; connections with others to enhance their relational lives; and creative and healthy habits of self-care. Facilitated by Amelia Aburn; Five Tuesdays: August 30th thru September 27th @ 5:30-6:30PM
Clinicians: Kate Kelly, MA, MSW, LICSW; Elizabeth Ebaugh, MSW, LICSW; Lisa Oakley, MSW, LICSW; Lida Sunderland, MA, ATR-BC, LGPAT, LGPC; Carmelita Naves, MSW, LICSW; Veronica Suleiman, MSW, LICSW; Ameila Aburn, MSW, LICSW; Liz Hagerman, LGPC, BC-DMT; Aryn Davis, MA EdHD, M Ed.
Contact: Amy Murphy, Care Coordinator
5039 Connecticut Ave., NW #7, Washington, DC 20008
Circle in the Square
Falls Church, VA
Circle in the Square Child and Adolescent Group Progr ams offer relationship-based developmental group experiences for boys and girls ages 5-19 since 1990. Groups are designed to provide a safe yet challenging environment within which a full range of relationship skills and competencies can develop. Close collaboration with parents through monthly parent groups and individual sessions helps to support the changes the children in our groups and their families are working to make. Our groups work with a wide range of children’s issues including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, distractibility and impulse control issues, difficulties with the expression of anger, and disruptions to family life. Our groups are organized by age, grade, and developmental capacity while tending to be heterogeneous in terms of specific issues and problems. Our goal is to work on personal and social development in a reality-based context that will promote generalization of gains to the outside world.
Directors: David A. Beigel, LPC, CGP; David Flohr, Ph.D., CGP
703-533-5824 ext 5
109 Park Washington Court, Falls Church, VA 22046
Expressive Therapy Center
Rockville, MD (In-person and Virtual); Virginia and New York (Virtual)
Psychotherapy groups are offered for adolescents with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, self-esteem, anger management, eating disorders, academic problems, ADHD, ASD, general social skills deficits, substance abuse, and more. Groups are designed to provide support for adolescents in establishing coping skills to better handle their personal, environmental, and interpersonal stress. Teens are carefully assessed for group placement based on age, need, and developmental level. We also offer individual therapy, parenting support, family therapy, couples therapy, and psychological/psychoeducational testing.
Clinical Director: Stephanie Natter, MA, LCPAT, CGP
Clinicians: Stephanie Natter, LCPAT, CGP, Clinical Director; Chandni Bhatia, MS, LCPC, NCC; Peter Burchard, Phd; Shani Missner, MD, Phd, LMSW, CLCP; Greta Carlson, PsyD; Corine Crowley, PhD.; Veena Datta, MS, LCPC, NCC; Adria Grey, LCPC, NCC; Jacy Perkins, APRN, PMH; Susan Rail, LCSW-C; Andree Schillesci, MA, BC-DMT; Daniel Wagner, PsyD; Aaron Cooper, LCSW-C; Vicky Nogales, LMFT; Jason Moehringer, PsyD; Natascha Dillon, PsyD; Matthew Fishleder, MA, LCMFT; Christopher Michaels, LMSW; Dayna Goldsmith, LMSW, JD; Heather Stemas, MEd, LCPAT; Kimberly Schlosser, LCSW-C; Jennifer Robertson, LCPC, NCC; Kristen Pilgrim, RDT, RBT; Carmen Paulson, LCPC
10810 Darnestown Road Suite 103, North Potomac, MD 20878
301-869-1017 ext. 1
703-349-5225 ext. 1
Growing Minds, Center for Child and Family Therapy
Growing Minds offers expertise in social-emotional development for preschool through middle school ages. Our playful, experiential and evidence-based approach will engage your child and deepen your insight into your child’s behaviors and inner-world. Our integrative methods focus on the whole-child through individual, family, and group therapy modalities, along with collaboration with schools, specialists, and community resources.
Our social skills therapy groups are conducted by highly experienced therapists modeling a child-centered, strengths-based approach which creates a trusting relationship allowing for practice and coaching in desirable behaviors and correction of social mistakes or missed cues. In small groups, the children learn to interact with friendly behaviors while also working on regulating their own impulses and emotions. While individual differences are accepted and valued, emphasis is on enhancing strength for positive social relationships. Children served include those with ADHD, anxiety, learning, behavior, social-emotional and self-esteem difficulties. Priorities for skill development include two-way conversation, taking turns, reading social cues, handling teasing, giving compliments, showing empathy, solving problems, managing emotions, and positive self-talk.
Groups are weekly 60-minute sessions for 10-12 weeks. Groupings include mixed diagnosis with average or higher intelligence and typical social potential. Because parents have a key role in supporting and reinforcing their child’s social skill development, parent group meetings are held to discuss ways to enhance progress and apply skills to home and school situations.
Stanley A. Fagen, Ph.D.; Jill Jerome, LCSW-C.; Orly Zimmerman-Leizerov, LCSW-C; Amy Pelletier, LCSW-C
Contact: Anne Zgorski,
3204 Tower Oaks Blvd., Suite 180, Rockville, MD 20852
In Step, PC
In Step has offered comprehensive counseling and consultation services to families in the metro DC area since 1995. We offer a full range of services including individual, family, parent consultation, and psychological testing services, and our primary specialization is working in groups with kids, teens and adults.
Our middle and high school groups include: Interpersonal Psychotherapy Groups, Social IQ Development for Teens on the Spectrum, International Student Therapy Group, DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills for Teens and Their Parents, Interpersonal Therapy Groups for Teens on the Spectrum
Cathi Cohen, LCSW, Director
8500 Executive Park Ave., Ste. 204, Fairfax, VA 22031
McLean Psychotherapy Practices
The clinicians at McLean Psychotherapy Practices offer numerous ongoing Social Skills groups for children of varying ages and developmental levels. Each group is specifically tailored to address the challenges faced by the group members. We use a variety of therapeutic interventions, including expressive, art and play techniques. Groups typically run from September to June, with additional summer groups offered as well. In addition, we work collaboratively with parents, schools, and other treatment providers to ensure positive treatment outcomes. The primary goals of adolescent groups are to provide a safe environment for preadolescents and adolescents to talk about peer pressure, process their feelings about social interactions, develop and maintain friendships, increase self-esteem, and improve family relationships. These groups are tailored to address specific issues raised by group members. Past topics have included stress reduction, anxiety management, dream analysis, body image and mood swings. A Young Adult Group (ages 18-25) meets to work on issues related to post-high school/college/career decisions, connecting/maintaining friendships with peers, mood disorders/anxiety and how that impacts their experience as a young adult, and dating/romantic elationships.We are excited to now be offering DBT Skills Groups. Please contact Nicole McGarry, LPC (202) 641-8429 for more information or visit our website.
Lisa Elkin, Psy.D. 571-238-6524
Anne Fleury, LCS 703-282-5937
Cynthia Mathis, LMFT 703-401-5394
Nicole McGarry, LPC 202-641-8429
1483 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 301, McLean, VA 22101
Moving Forward, PLC
All the therapists in our practice are trained in group therapy and our practice focuses on children and adolescent groups working on social skills. We have curriculum that we build to meet the needs of each individual groups needs. Our curriculums are not boiler plate. Instead the therapists think of what each individual needs in the group and then works to integrate all the skills into the curriculum to best help foster growth and development in the areas most needed by the group members. Our groups run at 12-week increments, with two (2) parent individual meetings to help the parent reinforce what their child is learning in group. Our group therapy sessions typically run for 60 minutes. Our current groups include Elementary-Mixed Gender, Middle School Boys, Middle School Girls, High School Boys, and High School Girls.)
Clinicians: Michele Cole, Ph.D., LCSW; Amy E.S. Lehman, LPC; Ali Meyer, LCSW; Lisa Layman, LCSW; Elizabeth Welch, MA, NCC; Rachel Jenkins, LCSW; Aimee Chase, MA, MA, NCC; Katie Bly, LMSW; Katie Turco, M.S., NCC; Mary Cole, LMSW; Kayla Brothers, LMSW
Contact: Dr. Michele Cole, LCPC, Director of Psychotherapy
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
117 S Asaph Street Alexandria, VA 22314
Rathbone and Associates
Rockville, MD and Bethesda, MD
Washingtonian Magazine’s “Top Group Therapist” and “Top Adolescent Therapist”. Psychotherapy groups, Social Skills Groups and DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) Skills Groups for adolescents. Rathbone & Associates specializes in the treatment of adolescents and typically has 20 different groups meeting weekly for adolescents in middle school, high school, and college/post high school. Issues addressed in groups include mood disorders, anxiety, social anxiety, learning disabilities, ADHD, social skills, and the full range of adolescent issues. Specific groups include social skills training for Asperger’s Syndrome, DBT Skills Group for young people who engage in self-destructive behavior when emotionally overwhelmed, as well as many ongoing general psychotherapy groups. Rathbone & Associates provides the highest quality service for teenagers and their families. Additional information and a current listing of all groups available on our website: www.rathboneandassociates.com
Britt Rathbone, LCSW-C, CGP (Certified Group Psychotherapist); John Dunn, LCSW-C; Phyllis Pomerantz, LCSW-C; James P. Marsh, Jr., LCPC; Carla Pappas, LCSW-C; Betty Bae, LCSW-C; Kharod France, LCPC; Chris Taylor, LCSW-C; Jeannette Campbell Bjorklund, LCSW-C; Laurie Nelson, LCPC; Jamell White, PhD, LCSW-C; Kate McSpadden Leinweber, LCSW-C; Debbie Goldstein, LCSW-C; Rawn Martin, LCSW-C; Samantha Ascanio, LCSW-C
5942 Hubbard Drive, Rockville, Maryland 20852
4701 Sangamore Road, #210N, Bethesda, Maryland 20816
Rebecca Resnik and Associates Psychological Care
Bethesda, MD and Rockville, MD
If you or your child are experiencing challenges with social skills, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, family changes, medical issues or life transitions, Resnik and Associates can help! From pre-school age through young adults, group members are carefully matched to their peers based on specific areas of concern, goals and personally fit to form small groups of 2-5 members. Clients can expect to enjoy a variety of approaches that may include cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy and expressive therapies, such as art and drama.
Clinicians: Laura Morlok, LCPC; Helen Ehlers, Psy.D; Jennifer Fleming, LCPC; Jaclyn Halpern, Psy.D; Susan Rail, LCSW-C; Simone Schwager, LCSW-C; Elizabeth Picciotta, Psy.D.
Contact: Laura Morlock, LCPC, Director of Psychotherapy
5602 Shields Drive, Suite A., Bethesda, MD 20817
11510 Old Georgetown RD, Suite F, Rockville, MD 20852
The Sibley Group
The Sibley Group is a team of over 20 specialized therapists who provide positive psychotherapy for families, adults and couples in the DC area. We offer groups for parents, children, teenagers, and young adults on such topics including the following:
- Pre-K and Kindergarten Readiness Skills Group
- Social Skills Groups [Boys, Girls & Co-Ed] for School-aged Children
- Integrative Groups for Teens [Boys, Girls, Co-Ed] for Anxiety, Depression, and Friendship Skills
- Executive Functioning Groups for Tweens/Teens
- Groups for Parents–SPACE, Support/Education, Online
Executive Functioning Group (5th-8th Grade Boys) – Led by Danielle Birx-Raybuck
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sibley Group is now offering an executive functioning group for middle school boys, and will extend this offering to high school co-ed students. . Group provides the perfect opportunity for your child to learn some baseline skills about organization, time management, and impulse control without the stress of being in school. We will focus on your child’s needs and help them think differently about what feels challenging. We will help them transform it into an opportunity to learn a new skill. These sessions give an introduction to a growth mindset framework that will plant the seeds of success for the school year! To register, please email email@example.com
Teen Group for Depression & Anxiety (9th-10th Grades) – Led by Justin Barrasso, MS, LPC
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sibley group provides integrated groups for teens dealing with depression and anxiety. These groups combine cognitive behavioral skills with process activities for teens to learn coping skills and gain an understanding of how to manage their mood. CBT, ACT, mindfulness and other methods are used to help teens learn more and feel better. To register, please email email@example.com
Clinicians: Allison Sibley, PhD, MSW, LICSW; Cristina Alba, MSW, LGSW; Justin Barrasso, MS, LPC, NCC; Danielle Birx-Raybuck, LICSW, LCSW-C; Alexander Chan, PhD, LMFT; Sarah Dougans, MSW, LICSW, Amanda Good, MSW, LICSW; Jules Hartsfeld, LPC, LCAS, CCTP; Alexis Herschtal, MSW, LICSW; Sarah Jones, LICSW, LCSW-C; Sarah Perrin, MSW, LGSW; Michelle Pittman, MSW, LICSW; Georgette Saad, MSW, LICSW; Rachel Scharf, MSW,LGSW; Barry Shapiro, MSW, LICSW; Lindsay TiellMSW, LICSW; Laurel Tobias, MSW, LICSW; Lottie Walker, MSW, LGSW; Rachel Yutzy MSS, LICSW
Referral Contact: Sherri Eichberg, Assistant to the Director
Program Contact: Justin Barrasso, MS, LPC, NCC
5039 Connecticut Avenue, NW #5, Washington DC 20008 331 8th Street NE, Washington DC 20002
Visit our website at www.thesibleygroupdc.com
The Snow Psychology Group
The Snow Psychology Group provides evidence-based treatment for mood and anxiety difficulties, trauma, OCD, relationship issues, and adjustment to life transitions. We serve teens aged 12 and up as well as adults of all ages. We provide individual therapy, couples therapy, and a variety of group therapy offerings. Groups that we offer for high school teen girls: Teens Managing Emotions & Relationships Group (Wednesdays, 6-7:15 pm): This 12-week therapy group is intended for high school girls who would like to learn skills to better manage difficult and intense emotions that can be overwhelming, communicate more effectively with others, and develop healthy relationships that enhance emotional well-being. Topics include coping skills and problem solving, mindfulness skills, emotional regulation strategies to deal with strong feelings, distinguishing between healthy and unhealthy relationships, effective communication methods to express needs and concerns to others, self-care and self-compassion techniques, as well as giving and receiving support from peers. Please see our website for more information on all of our current groups. To register: Contact us at (240) 676-4206 x1 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Groups for college/post- high school (age 18+): Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Group for Depression & Anxiety (Tuesdays, 10-11:15 am): This 14-week therapy group is an evidence-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) group for college students (18+), young adults, and adults of all ages who are depressed and/or anxious and would like to learn specific tools and strategies to help them feel better and to learn more adaptive patterns for thinking and behaving. To register: contact us at (240) 676-4206 x1 or email@example.com.
Clinicians: Selena Snow, Ph.D., Joseph Snow, Ph.D., Michelle Blumenthal, Psy.D., Tamara Levin, Psy.D., Maria Jose Rendon, Ph.D., Shoshana Pearlman, LCSW-C, Erin Severe, Psy.D., Shivangi Moghe, Psy.D., Natalia Vallejos, Psy.D., Brandon Goldstein, Ph.D.
Director: Selena Snow, Ph.D.
6274 Montrose Road
Rockville, MD 20852
(240) 676-4206 x1
The Wake Kendall Group, PLLC
The Wake Kendall Group is a team of experienced psychologists and psychotherapists who provide individual, couples, group and family therapy to children, adolescents and adults. We do psychoeducational, neuropsychological and independent school admissions testing, as well as school consultations. We offer groups for adolescents for anxiety and MBSR-T (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction for Teens). We will be offering this program for children as well. We are also offering again this fall our Mindful Parenting Program for parents of all ages.
Clinicians: Anne Wake, Ph.D.; Anne Kendall, Ph.D.; Margaret Isenman, M.A.T.; Janell Schweickert, Ph.D.; Katherine Nitz, Ph.D.; Sunita Duggal, Ph.D.; Frances Brookner, Psy.D.; Lenette Gimple Snyder, LPC; Sarah Mintz, Ph.D.; Alexandra Cargo, Ph.D.; Courtney Conn, Ph.D.; Anna Rosch, Psy.D.; Kimberly Wolfe, LICSW; Margo Genderson, Ph.D.; Sara Geisser, Ph.D.; Amber Groomes, Ph.D.; Rachel Altvater, LCPC, RPT, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Candidate.
Contact: Lenni Snyder, LPC
5247 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Suite 4, Washington, DC 20015