The Professionals

McLean Counseling Center

As a tight-knit group of mental health professionals, we’re passionate about providing counseling and treatment to individuals and families navigating mental health or emotional conflicts in their personal or professional lives.

We place patient care at the forefront of everything we do. We’ll meet with you, listen to your concerns, and use cutting-edge medical and psychological knowledge to create a personalized treatment plan to address your concerns. Along the way, we foster warm relationships with each patient, closely monitoring patient progress to support each individual’s well-being and happiness.

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Ehsan Habibpour, MD

Medical Director
Child and Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
George Washington University School of Medicine and Behavioral Sciences

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Sara Bahraini, M.D.

Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry
Board-Certified Psychiatrist
B.A. in Psychology, American University
Doctor of Medicine, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

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Bobby W. Nelson, M.D., D.L.F.A.P.A.

Board-Certified Psychiatrist
Doctor of Medicine, Medical College of Virginia (now part of Virginia Commonwealth
University)

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Carolyn Heier Young, Psy.D.

Clinical Psychologist
Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychotherapy
Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy
Bachelor of Psychology, College of William and Mary
Doctor of Clinical Psychology, University of Denver

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Melanie Yousefi, DNP, PMHNP.

Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, George Mason University
Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy

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Mary June C. So

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, DNP, PMHNP-BC
Board-Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Georgetown University
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), George Mason University

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Atina Sullivan, DNP, PMHNP

Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, George Mason University
Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry

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Kehinde A. Oyekan MSN, PMHNP-BC

Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry
Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate, Walden University

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Monique Deely, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Child and Adolescent and Adult Therapist
University of Georgia, Bachelor of Psychology
University of Georgia, Master of Social Work

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Susan Nelson, L.C.S.W.

Individual (Adults) and Couples Therapist
Bachelor’s Degree, Hood College
Master of Social Work, Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Social Work

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Karen Hahn, LCSW-C, MSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Child and Adult Therapist
Master of Clinical Social Work, The Catholic University of America

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Ehsan Habibpour

Ehsan Habibpour, MD

Medical Director
Child and Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
George Washington University School of Medicine and Behavioral Sciences

Education and Teaching Background

After attending one of Iran’s prestigious medical schools, I completed an adult psychiatry residency at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. Later, I went on to complete a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. There, I learned about child development and the impact childhood experiences can

have well into adulthood. During my education as a whole, I received dual training in child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry. I’ve also been fortunate to work in George Washington University’s Psychiatry Department since 2014, when I accepted the position of Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences to teach a course on child psychiatry.

Founding McLean Counseling Center

I founded the McLean Counseling Center with a vision: to provide outstanding medical care while promoting mental health awareness in our community.

An Integrative Approach
Throughout my psychotherapy practice, I’ve mastered the practice of judiciously using psychiatric medications. Psychiatry has made exciting progress in the last decade and I’ve made a point to familiarize myself with the most up-to-date medications available. In my practice, I often integrate medication with psychotherapy to optimize patient healing. I have experience and a keen interest in treating anxiety, mood disorders, and eating disorders,and have found this integrative approach to be effective.

Throughout my practice, I’ve also experienced firsthand the value of effective therapeutic relationships. Self-determination, resilience, and meaningful relationships are consistently the key factors that foster human growth and healing.

Childhood Healing to Guide Lifelong Growth

As children, we often develop self-defensive emotional and behavioral responses that continue into adulthood. While these behaviors may have been useful in childhood, they’re often no longer necessary or helpful throughout the rest of our lives. Exploring those feelings and behaviors is the first step to adapt our behaviors to fit our new environment.

The Role of Culture and Ethnicity in Our Lives

People’s culture and ethnicity often play a role in their emotional disturbances. I’ve studied and learned about this overlap thanks to the cultural diversity I’ve experienced throughout my life.

In pursuit of this passion, I co-wrote the scholarly paper “The Treatment of Depression inCulturally Diverse Children and Adolescents”, which was later published in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology. I’m also involved with George Washington University’s Psychiatry Department’s Global Mental Health Project.

 

 

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Nurse Practitioner Atina

Sara Bahraini, M.D.

Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry
Board-Certified Psychiatrist
B.A. in Psychology, American University
Doctor of Medicine, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

Education & Background
Watching friends and loved ones suffer from mental illness and struggle to find adequate professional health drew me into the mental health field. As a Falls Church native, I’m proud to serve the DMV region.
After completing my schooling, I completed adult psychiatry training and a child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt program in Baltimore, MD.

A Holistic Approach
I provide highly-individualized, culturally-sensitive, trauma-informed, and LGBT-inclusive care. When working with clients, I provide a holistic assessment of potential medical, dietary, environmental, and lifestyle factors that may be playing a role in each person’s mental health. My emphasis is on working with the whole client, rather than viewing their mental health concerns in a vacuum.

My Specialties
I specialize in treating anxiety disorders, depression, insomnia, ADHD, gender dysphoria, selective mutism, childhood medical trauma, and other similar conditions.
I use tailored combinations of psychotherapy techniques to treat a wide range of mental health conditions. When appropriate, I believe strongly in the value of judiciously using evidence-

based medications and work with the patient to weigh their options and find the right medication for each situation.

My Role as a Therapist
I understand the courage it takes to seek help for yourself or your child. As such, I deeply value the trust my patients put in me. As a therapist, I see it as my role to support each patient’s mental health journey through kindness, empathy, and dignity. Therapy is an opportunity to identify and challenge unhelpful habits and patterns of thinking, which can present themselves as problems at home, school, and in social settings.

In service of this goal, I use cognitive and dialectical behavioral therapist alongside motivational techniques to deepen self-awareness and inspire change. I work with patients to develop practical, effective treatment plans that play to their personal strengths. This helps them navigate everyday challenges and achieve their goals.

My Approach with Children and Teens
When working with children and teens, I believe collaborating with families, schools, and pediatricians tends to provide the best outcomes. I work with all parties involved to find creative solutions for whatever emotional, behavioral, and learning difficulties each patient may be navigating.

I also use an engaged approach, encouraging the patient to take an active role in their treatment. This helps them feel heard and strengthens their relationships with family and educators.

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Nurse Practitioner Atina

Bobby W. Nelson, M.D., D.L.F.A.P.A.

Board-Certified Psychiatrist
Doctor of Medicine, Medical College of Virginia (now part of Virginia Commonwealth
University)

Education & Background
After completing my schooling, I served as an officer in the United States Public Health Service at the NIMH Clinical Research Center in Lexington, Kentucky. Later, I returned to my alma mater, the Medical College of Virginia, to complete a residency in psychiatry. Since then, I’ve been in continuous practice.
I’ve also held several positions in the Psychiatric Society of Virginia, including serving as President. After years of involvement, I was granted the title Distinguished Life Fellow. Thanks to these connections, I continue to gather knowledge from my peers and my patients.

Psychiatry Practice
I have practiced adult psychotherapy in individual and couple’s settings for over 47 years. By using a variety of therapeutic approaches, I’m able to adapt to the needs of each individual case.

Over the years, my work has increasingly focused on the central and often-overlooked factors of expectation, resentment, and loneliness, which play heavily into human suffering. By identifying these, I can help patients face those emotions and overcome the obstacles they present. I also focus on helping patients notice how habits developed in childhood may play into their current symptoms. Increasing self-awareness in these habits can be extremely helpful, especially where unresolved childhood issues can lead to anger, depression, or anxiety.

I enjoy helping patients break through inter-personal communication barriers, both in their personal lives and when seeking psychiatric care. My prior work supervising psychiatric residents opened my eyes to the problems that can come about from language assumptions between patient and therapist. I’ve dedicated much of my practice to finding therapeutic ways to overcome those hurdles.

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Carolyn Heier Young

Carolyn Heier Young, Psy.D.

Clinical Psychologist
Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychotherapy
Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy
Bachelor of Psychology, College of William and Mary
Doctor of Clinical Psychology, University of Denver

 

Education & Background
After several years working in the mental health field, I obtained my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Later, I went on to intern in a Los Angeles agency specializing in working with children with severe emotional disturbances, trauma, and those on the autism spectrum. I also received specialized training working with children ages 2-5. After graduation, I managed the day treatment program for 2-5-year-olds at the same Los Angeles agency.

Since then, I’ve continued to gain extensive experience working with all ages. My primary focus is on issues facing children, teens, and families. I’ve now worked as a clinical psychologist for over a decade.

An Integrative Approach to Treatment
I have training in and use a variety of evidence-based practices with patients of all ages, often combining psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral elements. When needed, I incorporate behavioral approaches when working with children.

My client work includes helping children and adults who have experienced trauma, child and adult victims of human trafficking, people dealing with mood disorders and anxiety, and families with children who have behavioral problems, ADHD, or selective mutism.

A Patient-Focused Approach
I take a non-directive approach to therapy. Patients are free to set the pace and tone for each session. I strongly believe that all children and adults instinctively strive for health. When provided with a caring, accepting, and nurturing environment that encourages honesty and free expression, healing occurs organically.

A Family-Focused Approach to Child and Teen Therapy
When engaging in talk therapy with older children and teenagers, I regularly include the child’s family in the treatment plan. The issues affecting a child may also be issues affecting the entire family, so a holistic approach is often necessary and beneficial. This also helps parents become better parents as they address the challenges of raising a child with emotional and behavioral challenges.

The Role of Play Therapy in Child Therapy
One of my favorite things about working with children is the opportunity to use play therapy. Children aren’t just “mini-adults.” Their communication styles and levels of development are totally different from that of adults. Children often can’t to explicitly voice what’s bothering them – either because the feelings are overwhelming or simply because they don’t have the language to express their thoughts.

Play therapy can help bridge that gap by tapping into play as a child’s natural mode of communication. Engaging a child in play encourages them to openly express themselves. By speaking the child’s language, issues can emerge and be addressed in meaningful ways.

Diverse Populations
One of the main aspects of engaging in patient therapy is developing a deep understanding of the individual’s (or family’s) unique experience. Learning about my clients’ personal histories and cultures is crucial to understand these influences to improve therapy outcomes.

I enjoy working with adults and couples as well as children and deeply value working with diverse populations. I am fluent in Spanish and conduct therapy with children and adults from a variety of Latin and South American countries. I also work closely with the LGBT community, including LGBT couples.

I never take my clients for granted. I am grateful for the privilege of being allowed to enter their worlds and deeply appreciate the trust that my clients of all backgrounds put in me. I strive every day to cultivate and be worthy of that trust. Every client is important to me. My goal for every session is to provide the highest level of service while addressing the issues my clients present, moving each client forward to their full potential.

 

 

 

 

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Melanie Yousefi

Melanie Yousefi, DNP, PMHNP.

Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, George Mason University
Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy

As a psychiatric nurse practitioner, I have experience working with individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds, ages, medical conditions, and mental health concerns. I take a combined approach of psychotherapy and medications to treat depression, anxiety, ADHD, trauma, and other mood disorders. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time outdoors, including hiking in the Shenandoah Mountains.

Education & Background
I started my career as a nurse, working in women’s health, including high-risk perinatal, labor and delivery, and postpartum units. It was a humbling experience to share hundreds of families’ momentous life transitions. This led me to the mental health field, where I later worked as a psychiatric nurse in a free-standing psychiatric facility treating children, teens, and adults with serious mental health problems.

Later, I earned my Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from George Mason University, specializing in advanced psychiatric mental health nursing. During my doctoral preparation, I trained in an array of clinical settings under leading experts in the community. My training included working in areas like child and adolescent partial hospitalization programs, outpatient services, consult- liaison psychiatric services in a level 1 trauma facility, adult inpatient psychiatry, and psychiatric urgent care services.

More recently, I’ve delivered psychiatric care to underserved individuals in a remote area of northern Minnesota. I am also an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator for the graduate Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program at George Mason University. I am currently working on a collaborative publication with other faculty in the College of Health and Human Services disciplines focusing on factors that predict successful use of antidepressant therapy.

A Wellness-Integrated Approach
I view health and wellness as an integral part of mental health treatment. Alongside cognitive behavioral therapy, I also encourage patients to incorporate mindfulness techniques and meditation for optimal outcomes.

Through the therapeutic relationships I’ve been fortunate enough to share over the years, I’m constantly reminded of the resilience of the human spirit. I firmly believe recovery is possible through forming meaningful connections and honoring one’s own potential for growth. There are multiple pathways to healing. I strive to meet patients wherever they are on their journey to recovery and wellness.

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Nurse Practitioner Atina

Mary June C. So

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, DNP, PMHNP-BC
Board-Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Georgetown University
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), George Mason University

Education & Background
I was born and raised in the South Florida area and received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Bryn Mawr College. I then went on to obtain my BFA and MBA from the University of Miami. In 2007, I moved from Hawaii to Northern VA and obtained my BSN from Georgetown University. I worked as a nurse at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC on the Cardiac ICU and the Heart and Kidney Unit. I then completed my Doctor of Nursing Practice degree specializing in psychiatry in 2015.

I have experience treating patients suffering from psychiatric disorders in both inpatient and outpatient settings. I currently focus on the treatment of adults with symptoms related to depression, anxiety, and attention-deficit disorders.

A Personalized and Comprehensive Approach
I approach every client interaction with patience, warmth, understanding, and helpfulness. I believe providing clear explanations of treatment plans facilitates treatment outcomes. I place high importanceon patient comfort and trust. To that end, I use a flexible, integrative, and collaborative approach to meet each client’s desired outcomes.

Although being a nurse practitioner gives me the ability to prescribe medications, I do so conservatively. I feel medication is a tool to be used to facilitate symptom relief when necessary based on individual needs and preferences. Medication is only one aspect of comprehensive treatment.

When managing medications, I work with each patient’s needs and concerns, factoring in each individual’s personal history, life situation, and other factors. I make a point to work with each client surrounding any concerns they may have about using medication.

I provide a free 15-minute phone consultation with potential clients prior to scheduling an appointment to make sure I am the best fit for their needs and answer any questions they may have.

Diverse Populations
I enjoy working with individuals from a wide array of backgrounds and cultures. I also work closely with the members of the Asian-American community.

 

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Nurse Practitioner Atina

Atina Sullivan, DNP, PMHNP

Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, George Mason University
Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry

Education & Background
I have worked to promote mental health since 2012 and a range of wonderful experiences have shaped my practice today. Through my training, I developed a passion for helping others and have been working in health care in various capacities for many years. I treat children, adolescents, and adults.

Holistic Care
I believe in improving a patient’s overall health increases every individual’s chance for recovery while enhancing the therapeutic relationship. I often work with individuals to implement lifestyle improvements, which can reduce the need for medication to the minimal amount necessary. My philosophy is that carefully blending up-to-date psychiatric medications with necessary therapeutic intervention usually yields the best results.

I also strongly believe a patient and their provider must be a good fit. A quality relationship isessential to effectively tackle difficult topics.

Recent Work
I primarily focus on adult medication management, group therapy, and helping patients develop positive coping skills to improve distress tolerance. I work with all age groups and enjoythe unique challenges each population brings. Most recently, I served as medical director in anoutpatient psychiatric rehabilitation program.

Personal Life
In my free time I enjoy reading, traveling, and shopping. I am married and have 2 young sons whom I adore.

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Nurse Practitioner Kehinde

Kehinde A. Oyekan MSN, PMHNP-BC

Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry
Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate, Walden University

Education & Background
I have years of experience treating patients with psychiatric disorders in outpatient clinics, as well as over 16 years of experience in the medical field. My experience in the medical field, including in the Intensive Care Unit, showed me the gap between medical and psychiatric care, as well as how traditional medicine often ignores the mind/body connection.

These gaps in care encouraged me to pursue a psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner certification at Walden University. I wanted to develop a practice that integrated medicine and mental health for optimal treatment.

My Approach
The patient-provider relationship must be a 2-way street. Developing a treatment plan is always a joint decision. I never push patients into treatments they’re not comfortable with. With each new patient, I start by listening carefully to their concerns, needs, and expectations for treatment. A crucial part of my role is to get to know each patient’s complete life story, current concerns, any relevant diagnoses, and whether any prescribed medications make sense for the patient. I ask about symptoms, get a full history of stressors, past medical history, and general social history. It’s important to understand every patient’s whole story so I can understand every patient’s needs in depth.

I always discuss available medication options, relevant risks and benefits, and any potential alternatives, including psychotherapy, with the patient. I believe in most cases, combining both is most effective. I also employ a mix of prescribing up-to-date psychiatric medications and alternative natural treatments. These may include vitamins, supplements, or lifestyle
modifications (such as diet and exercise).

Along the way, I work alongside a team of psychiatrists and therapists to meet each patient’s needs. We consult and collaborate closely to provide optimal care.

Personal Life
I’ve lived in Maryland since 2011. I enjoy traveling, cooking, and spending time with my family.

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Monique Deely

Monique Deely, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Child and Adolescent and Adult Therapist
University of Georgia, Bachelor of Psychology
University of Georgia, Master of Social Work

I have 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents, families, and adults in both outpatient and inpatient settings. I am consistently honored by the trust my patients place in me and consider it a privilege to help my patients through difficult points in their lives.

As a therapist, I aim to build meaningful relationships with my clients. Everyone has strengths and naturally seeks to strive for wellness. I’m here to walk that path alongside my clients.

Education & Background
During the last year of my master’s program, I started my clinical work practicum working in a residential treatment center with children and adolescents. There, I honed my diagnostic and therapeutic skills.

My later work in hospice care and hematology/oncology practice were some of the most rewarding years of my life. Working with people addressing end-of-life issues, chronic illnesses, chronic pain, and grief taught me the value of resilience and staying strong throughout life challenges.

I have also worked with military families in the Washington, DC area for the past decade. I supported children and families by helping them address the challenges of military life and service, including deployment, injury, frequent moves, separation, and divorce.

Recent Work
As a result of my years of experience, I’m comfortable and skilled working with patients of all ages and backgrounds. Recently, much of my focus has been working with children and adolescents dealing with ADHD, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, and those on the autism spectrum through embedded behavioral health services in schools.

I also work with adults in individual therapy, marriage and couples counseling, to address life transitions, anxiety, and depression.

An Array of Evidence-Based Treatments
I believe the patient experience and development of treatment plans should be a collaborative approach. I employ multiple evidence-based treatments including a strengths based approach, CBT, TF-CBT, DBT, behavior modification, prolonged exposure (PE), cognitive processing therapy (CPT), treatment for insomnia (CBT-I), and psychodynamic therapy. I recently began integrating mindfulness and meditation into patient work as well. I find this helps patients find anawareness of their inner state of being and learn to connect with a sense of stillness.

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Nurse Practitioner Atina

Susan Nelson, L.C.S.W.

Individual (Adults) and Couples Therapist
Bachelor’s Degree, Hood College
Master of Social Work, Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Social Work

Education & Background
After completing my Master of Social Work, I completed a post-master’s program at Smith College. I’ve been in private practice for the past 45 years.

My Client Approach
Therapy should be collaborative, empathic, practical, and interpersonal. Armed with several decades of experience, I have the valuable opportunity to help clients effectively tackle a variety of unique, complex life issues. I often work with clients facing grief and loss, including pet loss, and take a long-term interest in the unique issues women face as society changes over time.

I use an eclectic approach to develop treatment plans and facilitate personal growth in my clients’ lives. I use a developmental perspective to explore family of origin issues as they relate to client concerns. I also often incorporate attachment theory, emotional boundary- development, and gratitude work when seeing individuals and couples. I’ve also found Emotionally Focus Therapy (EFT) particularly helpful when working with couples. Brené Brown’s research on shame and vulnerability also provides useful language to confront self-doubt, anxiety, and depression.

Arlington VA Psychiatrist Karen Hahn

Karen Hahn, LCSW-C, MSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Child and Adult Therapist
Master of Clinical Social Work, The Catholic University of America

I practice psychotherapy from a strengths-based perspective. This is critical for helping clients maintain hope, resilience, and empowerment.

Education and Background
In addition to my Master of Social Work, I’ve completed specialized training in trauma focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, child-centered play therapy, and sand tray therapy.

An Eclectic Approach
I practice therapy with a blend of psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, meditation, and other evidence-based methods to help the client find what’s best for them.

Sometimes talk therapy alone isn’t enough to bring the healing or insight clients want. When appropriate, I integrate expressive, right-brain experiences into sessions. This can include work in a sand tray, writing, painting, drawing, imagery, symbols, or music.

Everyone is multidimensional and has different needs. That’s why I practice from a holistic, biopsychosocial-spiritual perspective to provide a safe space for sessions and client work. The result is a healing environment filled with kindness, humor, and empathy.

Child & Family Therapy
I often work with children ages 3-12 and their families, especially children dealing with trauma, adoption, depression, anxiety, divorce, school refusal, low self-esteem, difficult peer and family relationships, immigration, and cross-cultural adjustments.

For children, play is their language. Toys are their words. Children express themselves and gain mastery of situations and feelings through play. To help children work through their feelings, I have a depth of experience integrating child-centered, non-directive play therapy, theraplay, sand tray therapy, bibliotherapy, and other evidence-based expressive therapies into sessions.

It takes courage for families to seek help for their children. I honor the trust that families put in me and help them sharpen their parenting skills and improve family dynamics. It takes a village to raise a child. I’m honored to be a part of that village for my clients.

Adult Therapy
I work with adults facing trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, relationship issues, somatic symptoms with no medical explanation, feeling stuck, or sensing that something just “isn’t quite right.” More recently, I’ve also worked with health care providers and other first- responders experiencing increased stress during the COVID-19 crisis.

Personal Life
I have lived in Washington, DC since 1999, but was born and raised in Kentucky. I also lived in Sendai, Japan for 2 years in my twenties. I enjoy hiking in Rock Creek Park, playing the piano, baking, and watching college basketball. I have 2 children and a well-intentioned Wheaten Terrier.

Contact Us

(703) 821-1073

admin@mcleancounselingcenter.com

1307 Vincent Place McLean, VA 22101

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