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Abrams & Associates, LLC

Alvord Baker & Associates, LLC Group Therapy Center

Assessment Associates

The Behavior Therapy Center of Greater Washington

Center for Anxiety and Behavioral Change

Center for Group and Family Therapy

Circle in the Square

Counseling for Contentment

Expressive Therapy Center

Donna Firer, LCSW-C

In Step, PC

JSSA (Jewish Social Service Agency)

Kate Kelly, LICSW, Girls In Tune

McLean Psychotherapy Practices

Mindwell Psychology Bethesda

National Family Resiliency Center

Rathbone and Associates

Laura Rubinoff and Associates, Speech/Language Pathologists

Allison Sibley & Associates, PLLC

Lisa M. Snipper, LCSW

Daniel Turetsky, PsyD, Psychologist

The Wake Kendall Group



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Abrams & Associates, LLC
Teen Girls Groups: ages 12-13, 14-15, 16-17. Washingtonian Top Therapist and columnist for the Washington Parent Magazine, Dr. Kay Abrams, runs 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. We are a family-friendly group practice offering assessment and psychotherapy for children, teens and adults. Dr. Kay Abrams is a psychologist and Director of a family friendly group practice, Abrams & Associates, LLC, offering assessment and psychotherapy services to couples, families, children, teens and adults. She has served as a parent consultant on NBC4 news, is a public speaker in the metropolitan area and a columnist for the Washingtonian Parent Magazine. In 2003, Dr. Kay published her educational CD series, "Parenting with Confidence" which you can access on the website. www.abramsandassociates.com

Kay Abrams, PhD
301-949-2098 ext. 1

3841 Farragut Avenue, Kensington, MD 20895

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Alvord Baker & Associates, LLC Group Therapy Center
Resilience Builder Program® 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. We offer groups for teens in middle school and high school. We also offer groups for teens diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Aspergers and High Functioning Autism). Childrens social competence can be impacted greatly by one or several of the following factors: ability to regulate their behavior; anxiety; ADHD; learning disabilities; low self-esteem; organizational challenges; and/or transition difficulties. Our groups help teens  identify what they do well, and to build on their social 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. Our middle and high school groups address the social/interpersonal aspects of growing up and focus on: increasing confidence and self-esteem; dealing with issues such as "fitting-in" and setting limits; finding academic and social success and coping with the challenges they face. Groups also deal with social-skills deficits of anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, and organizational/transitional difficulties. Didactic, process, and experiential activities, discussions and relaxation/self-control techniques. Boys, girls, and co-ed groups for grades 6 through 12. www.alvordbaker.com

Psychologists: Mary Alvord, PhD; Lynn F. Bufka, PhD; Julia Felton, PhD; Keri Linas, PhD, PsyD; Erin Lewis-Morrarty, PhD; Heather Loffredo, PsyD; Elizabeth Malesa, PhD; Kelly O'Brien, PhD; Veronica Raggi, PhD; Michael Reiter, PhD; Monica Robb, PhD; Jessica Samson, PsyD; Lisa Sanchez, PhD

Clinical Social Workers: Betsy Carmichael, LCSW-C; Dorothy Moore, LCSW-C; Thomas Verratti, LCSW-C; Lemuel Yutzy, LCSW-C

Group Coordinator: 301-593-6554 x23
email: groups@alvordbaker.com

3200 Tower Oaks Boulevard, Suite 200, Rockville, MD 20852
301- 593-6554 ext. 23

11161 New Hampshire Avenue, Suite 307, Silver Spring, MD 20904
301- 593-6554 ext. 23

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Assessment Associates
Process and activity oriented groups geared towards facilitating the development of problem solving and conflict resolution skills, increasing self-esteem and self-efficacy, and improving one's ability to read nonverbal forms of communication. Groups available for children ages 7 through 18 with socialization delays secondary to ADHD, sensory integrations challenges, speech and language delays, learning disabilities, "nonverbal LD's", PDD and Asperger's' Disorder, and other developmental or adjustment related issues. www.assessmentassociates.us.com; www.joeladler.com

Joel Adler, PsyD
301-951-5666

7013-A Brookeville Road, Chevy Chase, MD 20815

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The Behavior Therapy Center of Greater Washington
Social Effectiveness Training: we offer a specialized evidence-based group for teens and children with social anxiety. These groups are designed to address common social skills deficits found in children with Social Anxiety Disorder including initiating conversations, maintaining conversations, inviting peers to join in activities, joining groups, phone skills, using appropriate assertiveness, and recognizing social cues. Each group consists of didactic instruction, modeling, behavioral rehearsals (role-plays), and corrective feedback from group leader and peers. The group meets weekly for 90 minutes for 12 weeks. BTC also offers occasional groups for children and teens who engage in problematic skin-picking and hair pulling. www.behaviortherapycenter.com

Charles Mansueto, Ph.D., Clinic Director
Contact: Rina Pesce, Ph.D. 301-593-4040 X228 for program information

11227 Lockwood Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20901
301-593-4040

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Center for Anxiety and Behavioral Change
The Center for Anxiety and Behavioral Change’s mission is to provide state of the art evidence-based behavioral treatment to individuals across the lifespan who are suffering from anxiety and related disorders through individual, group, and family therapy. We specialize in the treatment Social Phobia, Separation Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, Specific Phobia, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Anxiety-Based School Refusal. We treat individuals using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), including exposure therapy. Group for Children and Teens with School Refusal: Approximately 5% of children have great difficulty attending school as a result of an anxiety disorder. Unfortunately, most children and families who experience this phenomenon do not know others also going through it and thus feel isolated and alone. This group is specifically designed for these children and adolescents whose anxiety interferes with their ability to attend school. This ongoing group meets once per week for 90 minutes and focuses on training in evidence-based coping skills specific to school attendance in a supportive environment of same-aged peers who are experiencing very similar difficulties. The children set their own weekly goals at the end of each session and discuss plans to reach their goals.

Jonathan Dalton, Ph.D., Director
301-610-7850
email: drjdalton@gmail.com

414 Hungerford Drive, Suite 210, Rockville, MD 20850

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Center for Group and Family Therapy
Groups for adolescents and young adults led by Group Psychotherapist with 30 years of experience leading groups in schools, outpatient, inpatient & residential settings and working with adolescents in individual and family therapy. Graduate of two-year postgraduate certificate training programs in both Group Psychotherapy and Family and Couples Psychotherapy through the Washington School of Psychiatry. Specializing in trauma and therapy with adolescents with complex presentations (e.g. borderline symptoms, bipolar and mood disorders, PTSD and dissociative disorders). Also offer more general adolescent groups focused on the challenges of the teen years in contemporary society and changing definitions of family. Groups that may be available: (1) High school girls group focused on general adolescent issues including healthy boundaries, self-care skills, recognizing abuse in relationships, healthy use of modern technology & media, managing & expressing emotions, broadening social & emotional resources, dealing with parental conflict, separation, divorce; (2) Group for adolescent girls ages 12-15 for problems in the areas of social skills, anxiety and depression, and self-esteem, including girls having difficulties adjusting to high school; (3) General therapy group for college/post high school individuals ages 17-22; (4) Trauma support group for girls age 13 to 17 who have received individual trauma therapy and could benefit from peer support and further emotional processing in a group setting.

Jan Freeman, MSW, LCSW-C, Director

4400 East-West Hwy. #427, Bethesda, MD 20814
301-657-2292
email: vjfree@comcast.net

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Circle in the Square Child and Adolescent Group Programs
Offering 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. http://washingtonsq.org/

Directors: David A. Beigel, LPC, CGP; David Flohr, PhD, CGP
703-533-5824 ext 5

109 Park Washington Court, Falls Church, VA 22046

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Counseling for Contentment

Adolescent Group for Girls:  Teen Talk - Beat The Blues - Stress Busting! Support Groups for Adolescent Girls - ages 14 - 18.  Focus of the groups is to gain support in managing stress, relationships, academic pressures, family dynamics, and other adolescent-related issues. It is discussion-based with some techniques of mindfulness and coping strategies incorporated.   The group will meet weekly, on-going, during the academic year for 75 minutes.  Groups available in Silver Spring and Bethesda locations. www.CounselingForContentment.com

Group Leaders:  
Marie Caterini Choppin, LCSW-C
301-625-9102
mchoppin@counselingforcontentment.com

Nickie Haine, LCSW-C (301-337-0612)
Gail Schumann, LCSW-C (301-906-3776)

10000 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD 20901
4405 East-West Highway, Suite 508, Bethesda, MD 20814
301-625-9102

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Expressive Therapy Center
Psychotherapy groups for adolescents with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, self-esteem, anger management, eating disorders, academic problems and more. We help adolescents with attention deficit disorder, learning disorders, divorce issues, and autism spectrum establish coping skills to better handle their personal stress. Social skills training is emphasized. Boys and girls, ages 10-22. www.expressivetherapycenter.com

Director: Stephanie Natter, MA, ATR, CGP

14808 Physicians Lane, Suite 111, Rockville, MD 20850
301-869-1017 ext 1

5910 Goldsboro Road, Bethesda, MD 20817
301-869-1017 ext 1

1320 Vincent Place, McLean, VA 22101
301-869-1017 ext 1

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Donna Firer, LCSW-C
"Skills and Strategies for Parents of Anxious Children and Teens" - Is your child/teen expressing fears, having difficulty sleeping, more clingy or more interested in staying close to home, needing reassurance, or avoiding activities that most their age enjoy? This one time group is structured to meet the needs of busy families and parents. In this 3 hour group, parents will learn specific responses - both verbal and behavioral - which have shown to be highly effective when dealing with worried, fearful and anxious children/teens. Parents will be introduced to basic concepts of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) along with a specific and detailed method to help move their children from worry and fear towards self-confidence and greater relaxation. Parents will leave with a set of concrete tools, ready for immediate use. All parents signing up for the workshop are entitled to one 15 minute follow up coaching session. This group is offered once a month on a weekend. Please call for specific dates and times. www.donnafirer.net

Donna Firer, LCSW-C
301-585-8828
donnafirerlcsw@gmail.com

8811 Colesville Road, Suite 102, Silver Spring, MD 20910 (walk to Silver Spring Metro Red Line)

4405 East-West Highway, Suite 504 Bethesda, MD 20814 (walk to Bethesda Metro)

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In Step, PC
In Step, PC - home of Stepping Stones - is a nationally recognized private mental health practice for adolescents and young adults, ages 13-24. For over fifteen years, our team of psychologists, clinical social workers, and professional counselors has been guiding teens and their families towards coping more effectively with life stressors. Our dynamic mental health professionals partner with you to develop a continuum of care plan, in order to ensure that the skills learned with us create long-lasting change. Some of our areas of specialty are: Anxiety and Depressive Disorders, Asperger's and Autism Issues, Anger Management, ADD/ADHD Issues, Young Adult Interpersonal Therapy Groups, Teen Interpersonal Therapy Groups (both mixes and same sexed groups) and Teen Drama Therapy Groups. www.insteppc.com

Cathi Cohen, LCSW, Director

Fairfax Clinicians:
Cathi Cohen, LCSW, CGP-Director; Carrie Field, LCSW; Melinda Ashton, LCSW;
Carrie Field, LCSW; Despina Boudouvas-Mannos, LCSW; Erica Craig LCSW, RDT; Sheri Danner-Murphy, LCSW; Mitchell Harrow, Ph. D; Margaux LaFortune' LCSW; Ron Lieberman' LCSW; Beverly Morrison' LCSW; Kelly Murphy' LPC; James Sebben Ed.D, LPC; Mary Shuffleton LPC, MA; Albert Whetstone' Ph.D; Laura Wilding' Ph.D

Fairfax Location:
8320 Professional Hill Drive
Fairfax, VA 22031
Dara Adams
703-876-8480
dara@insteppc.com

Sterling Clinicians:
Robert (Bob) Axelrod, LCSW; Rachel Cherian, LCSW; Keith Ewell, Ph. D; Betsy Goodwin, LCSW; Margie Lang-Garnhart, LCSW; Constantina Kass, Ph. D; Bette Schmidt, LCSW, BCD; Sybille Swanson, MS

Sterling Location:
6 Pidgeon Hill Drive Ste. 200
Sterling, VA 20165
www.Insteppc.com
Dara Adams
703-433-5771
dara@insteppc.com

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JSSA (Jewish Social Service Agency)
Psychotherapy and social skills therapy groups for children and teens, including those with anxiety, ADHD, social-behavioral disorders, Asperger's syndrome and other related disorders. Social skills therapy groups focus on taking turns, friendly behaviors, reading social cues, self-control, handling teasing, working cooperatively, social conversation, building self-esteem and solving problems. Other JSSA groups include anger management, social clubs for teens with Asperger’s syndrome and related disorders, siblings with disabilities, coping with divorce, parent toolboxes, summer camp programs, and support groups for parents of children with disabilities. Boys, girls, preschool, elementary, middle school, and high school. Non-sectarian. www.jssa.org

Rachel Hewitt, LGSW , Groups Coordinator 
301-610-8412 
rhewitt@jssa.org

Rockville: Laura Baer, LCPC; Alison Dorsky, LCSW-C; Laurence Fabre-Welmond, LCSW-C; Stanley Fagen, PhD; Jennifer Firestone, LCSW-C; Christy Gragg, LCPC; Caryn Harris, LGPC; Vicki Hervitz, LGSW; Rachel Hewitt, LGSW;  Scott Kreeger, LCSW-C; Zach Lehman, LCSW-C; Ju Liu, LCSW-C; Caron Starobin, LCSW-C; Jamell White, LCSW-C

Fairfax: Michal Berkson, LCSW; Larisa Perez deGraffenreid, LCSW; Sarah Ince, LCSW; Ravleen Kandhari, LCSW; Dawn Kaye, LCSW; Andrea LoBalbo, LCSW; Andrew McGahan, LCSW; Melissa Morrow Rachel Hewitt, LGSW , LCSW; Jennifer Newman, LCSW; Rebecca Porter, MSW; Elliott Schwartz, LCSW

Maryland Location:
200 Wood Hill Road, Rockville, MD 20850
301-838-4200
contactus@jssa.org

Northern Virginia Location:
3018 Javier Road, Fairfax, VA 22031
703-204-9100
contactus@jssa.org

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Kate Kelly, LICSW, Girls in Tune
Girls In Tune
offers educational, experiential and playful body-mind groups and short courses for 'tween and teen girls to reduce stress, increase well-being and strengthen their connections to themselves and others. Girls In Tune groups are mindfulness-based, body-centered, and friendship-focused with a particular emphasis on growing girls' "tuning in" and positive coping skills through yoga, movement games, healthy and mindful eating, attention and concentration to the breath, and other present-moment practices. Groups integrate cognitive behavioral techniques (eg; positive and affirming "self-talk" skills), positive psychology/learned optimism strategies, expressive art and play, relaxation skills and "talk time." Girls In Tune groups are appropriate for girls who need assistance with: coping and regulation skills; learning to "read" themselves and others (i.e; managing friendships); reducing anxiety; and developing self-appreciation, esteem and confidence. Current groups include: 4th/5th grades girls, Middle School group for girls transitioning to middle school and navigating increased social, emotional and academic demands; High School mindful-awareness stress-reduction group with emphasis on learning the mind-body connection and positive coping skills that are introduced, practiced and processed each week.

Kate Kelly, LICSW
202-230-9307
email: Girlsintune@gmail.com

5415 Connecticut Ave., NW, #T-43, Washington, DC 20015

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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. www.mcleanpsychotherapy.com

Clinicians: Lisa Elkin, PsyD, 571-238-6524; Anne Fleury, LCSW, 703-282-5937; Cynthia Mathis, LMFT, 703-401-5394; Nicole McGarry, LPC 202-641-8429

1483 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 301, McLean, VA 22101
703-401-5394

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Mindwell Psychology Bethesda
Mindwell Psychologyoffers groups for adolescents, including: a group for younger teenaged girls (12-14) coping with anxiety or social stressors; and a group for older teens (15 and up) coping with anxiety or social stressors. All groups will be lead by a licensed psychologist or master's level psychotherapist with expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy. Our therapists are warm, compassionate and highly skilled in group therapy. Your teen will be in excellent hands. www.mindwell.us

Dr. Jaclyn Halpern, Group Coordinator
301-581-1120
drhalpern@mindwell.us

Psychologists: Dr. Jaclyn Halpern, Dr. Talisha Lee
Clinical Social Worker: Susan Rail, LCSWC

5602 Shields Drive, Suite A
Bethesda, Maryland 20814

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National Family Resiliency Center
Teens in grades 9-12 have an opportunity to explore and resolve divorce related concerns, as well as an opportunity to focus on many issues such as dating and decisions about college, friendships, careers, etc. Teens comment about how comfortable it is to talk and be understood by their peers. Parents are involved through individual and multiple family sessions. Groups meet weekly for 12 weeks; 90 minutes per session. KidsConnex: a one evening educational program offered 4 times a year for teens. KidsConnex provides a sense of hope and a practical guide to handling family transitions through normalizing a family transition and teaching skills to help children and teens cope with family change. www.nfrchelp.org

Risa J. Garon, LCSW-C, BCD, CFLE; Susan Bilchik, NBCC, Ellen Levin, LGSW,  Elaine Drewyer, LCSW- C, Hilary Campodonico, LCSW-C, Barry Frieman, LCSW-C, Thomas Vassil, PhD, LCSW-C

451 Hungerford Drive, Suite 225, Rockville, MD 20850 
301-384-0079 

10632 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 121 Columbia, MD 21044
410-740-9553

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Rathbone and Associates
Washingtonian Magazine's "Top Group 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; Lisa Behrens, LCSW-C; Julie Baron, LCSW-C; JoJo Gaul, LCSW-C;Anu Lukk, LCSW-C; James P. Marsh, Jr., LCPC; Carla Pappas, LCSW-C; Betty Bae, LCSW-C; Ben Pleasure, LCSW-C; Kharod France, LCPC; Chris Taylor, LCSW-C; James Marsh, LCPC; Craig Windham, LCPC; Alejandro Berthe, LGSW; Pat Harvey, LCSW-C

5942 Hubbard Drive, Rockville, Maryland 20852 
301-230-9490

4701 Sangamore Road, #210N, Bethesda, Maryland 20816 
301-230-9490

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Laura Rubinoff and Associates, Speech/Language Pathologists
Social Skillograpy: These groups are designed to  improve Social Thinking , Social Problem Solving and Pragmatic Language Functions. Our leaders (speech pathologists teamed with actors of improvisation ) use Performing Arts, Improvisation, Video Modeling and Authentic. Conversational Exchanges to improve Social Cognition. We introduce Michelle Garcia Winner strategies for recognizing your own and others' social minds, learning behaviors that make others feel good and internalizing how behaviors and words affect emotions across different social networks. Groups meet weekly for 90 minutes for 16 weeks. Co-ed and exclusively boys and girls groups; ages 11-15 ; grouped by age and skills level. www.lraspeech.com

laurarubinoff@gmail.com
301 493-4695

6505 Democracy Boulevard, Bethesda, MD 20817

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Allison Sibley & Associates, PLLC
We comprise a group of specialized therapists in NW DC who provide counseling and therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. In our work with clients, we create arenas in which to practice learned relationship skills. We offer a range of services including individual therapy, parent/couples therapy, family work, and group counseling, all of which are catered toward each person’s or family’s unique needs for growth. Groups for teens offer an arena in which to practice personal and relational skills related to making and keeping friends. Groups provide opportunities for social skill building and processing experiences in an educational and engaging setting. Emphasis is on “playing out” and “talking through” friendship experiences, which may be influenced by a variety of issues including adjustment issues, self-esteem, ADHD, and emotional factors. Current high school girls group and middle school girls groups are available (6th-8th, 9th-11th, and 10th-12th). www.allisonsibleyassociates.com

Allison Sibley, PhD, Clinical Social Worker; Amanda Good, MSW, Clinical Social Worker; Jacquelyn Horton, MSW, Clinical Social Worker; Molly Mattison, MSW, Clinical Social Worker; Gregg Moses, MSW, Clinical Social Worker; Lori Seifter, MSW, Clinical Social Worker

Contact: Allison Sibley or Amanda Good

5236 44th Street NW #4, Washington DC 20015
202-237-1196 (office)
202-744-1086 (cell)

5236 44th Street NW #4, Washington DC 20015
202-237-1196 (office)
202-744-1086 (cell)

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Lisa M. Snipper, LCSW
Lisa Snipper and Associates PLLC is a group practice in Reston Va, that provides, individual group and family counseling to children through adults. High School Girls group (15-18 yrs old) process oriented focusing on the  development of healthy interpersonal relationships through peer feedback in a safe environment. This group is driven by the developmental needs of the teens within the group and will explore topics related to friendships, peer pressure, dating, self esteem, and body image issues. www.atherapistforyou.com

11250 Roger Bacon Drive, Suite 6, Reston, VA 20190
571-230-2349

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Daniel Turetsky, PsyD, Psychologist
Psychotherapy groups focus on the development of successful interpersonal relationships and ways to effectively cope with the emotional and social challenges of adolescence. Groups are designed to improve social interest and skill, self-esteem and regulation, and awareness of self and others. Particular attention is directed to facilitating healthy emotional development including how to effectively work through anger, independence, dependence, shyness, depression and anxiety.  

4809 Saint Elmo Ave., Bethesda, MD 20814
301-913-5947
email: danisaact@aol.com

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