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Therapeutyque Counseling Solutions

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

Psychotherapy & EMDR

ERP for OCD

About

Meet Rachel Henry,
 LCSW, LICSW, CCTP-II & RYT200

Hello, my name is Rachel Henry and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Virginia, Washington DC and Minnesota. I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional II and trained Yoga Therapist. I believe in and have a passion for using the therapeutic alliance to break through the barriers of the past.  I primarily offer trauma informed psychotherapy, EMDR and OCD specific treatment called ERP which is a type of brief behavior therapy which helps develop internal resources for self-control and independence through skill building. Call now: (571) 306-1172

Therapeutyque Counseling Solutions
About
01.

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

02.

Clients develop skills to live in the moment, learn healthy strategies for managing stress, practice regulating emotions, while also learning to improve relationships with others. The skills focused on are: 

MINDFULNESS
DISTRESS TOLERANCE
EMOTION REGULATION
INTERPERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS

 

03.

A trauma-based approach to yoga addressing the unique needs of trauma survivors and those affected by mental and emotional issues.

 

Yoga Therapy combines trauma informed practices with specific yoga tools: asana the physical practice of yoga, pranayama the practice of harnessing and controlling energy through breathwork, dhyana or meditation, and savasana or rest. (Some tools may be limited by the accessibility of virtual meeting spaces.)

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