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Therapy for Emotional Health

Take charge of your future with strategies for wellbeing to live a meaningful and fulfilling life.

About

Meet Rachel Henry,
 LCSW, LICSW, CCTP-II

Hello, my name is Rachel Henry and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Virginia and Washington DC,  and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional II. I believe in and have a passion for using the therapeutic alliance to break through the barriers of the past using evidence-based approaches, including Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Brainspotting, Positive Psychology, DBT and Solution-Focused techniques from a trauma informed perspective to best meet your needs.

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Using an integrative approach to treatment pulling techniques from different therapy modalities we are able to provide individuals with personalized strategies that enhance insight and reduce feelings of distress.

 

Treatment specialties include:

  • Anxiety, Worries, Fears & Perfectionism, Social Anxiety

  • Depression, Dissatisfaction, Guilt, Sadness, Low Motivation, Worthlessness & Hopelessness

  • Poor Self-Esteem & Self-Image

  • Academic or Occupational Concerns

  • Grief & Loss

  • Trauma & Post-Traumatic Stress

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Group therapy is a meeting which includes a limited number of participants with similar needs and goals. Group members share, learn and collaborate with professionals and each other benefitting from the shared observations of other group members and receiving feedback from a trained professional. While group therapy does not provide for one-on-one interactions, group therapy can be received in coordination with other forms of therapy.

 

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Are you ready to step into a brighter future? Learn solutions for expanding self-awareness, growing self-confidence, and taking purposeful actions. Feel stronger, vibrant and healthier by adopting positive, self-affirming ways of handling yourself and interacting with others

 
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