Jeanne is a therapist who focuses on issues and concerns in present time. Her specialized therapeutic training in anxiety disorders allows her to provide insight and behavioral tools to better cope with thoughts and behaviors that may be interfering with the quality of everyday life.
Most people experience some loss in their lifetime. Whether it be loss of a relationship, a job, or home, the impact can greatly impair your functioning. This is a time when support and guidance can be helpful from a trained professional. Depression is a natural consequence of loss, however for some, it is a more pervasive problem. These feelings can cause isolation when connection is what is needed. This is when therapy can be most helpful. Jeanne is trained in couples and family therapy as well. In this practice you will be listened to and responded to in an empathetic, nonjudgmental manner which will allow for an open and honest exchange.
Years In Practice30
Clinical Social Worker
EducationBachelor degree in education University of Maryland MSW Catholic University of America
TrainingMSW program Clinical internships - in-patient psychiatric hospital Virginia Psychiatric half-way house Washington DC
AffiliationsNASW Licensure Washington DC Licensure Maryland
ServicesThis is a practice which offers work with individuals, couples and families. If you suffer from anxiety, depression, or difficulty with transitioning life from one stage to another you can find help and support here. Talking and at times addressing certain behaviors are the best means to working through troubling issues.
At your initial meeting you will be able to discuss what you perceive to be your goal in treatment. Working together with this therapist you will make a plan to explore and understand why you are seeking therapy and what you wish to achieve. Anxiety issues, for instance, may need to address current behaviors, while depression will require honest sharing of feelings and thoughts. If you suffer from a specific anxiety / phobia, Jeanne will actually go into that situation with you and start a desensitizing form of behavioral therapy. Learning useful tools for everyday living is an integral part of this therapy.Additional ServicesAnxiety disorders
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