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By Jessica Heymann Trying to choose a therapist? Here’s why you should consider seeing one of our interns… Reaching out for support and beginning your therapy journey is often daunting, so if you have recently decided to start going to therapy, Way to go! We hope you can give yourself the pat on the back […]

By Gabrielle Salomone, LCSW Another year around the sun, my birthday is quickly approaching and this is a “milestone” birthday. I will be the first to admit that I have good years and bad years when it comes to my day of birth! What do I mean when I say good years and bad years?! […]

Just in case you didn’t know, the talented Elaine Jackson, LCPC has joined our team full time! She is able to see clients virtually in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC. Keep reading to learn a bit more about Elaine, and feel free to contact our team (info@therapyforwomencenter.com) if you have any questions to see if […]

Fernanda Formel, MFT How do we start talking about sex? Where do we even begin? As a sex therapist, I find there is not one perfect place to start and the important thing is to just START talking about sex. Sex can often feel like a taboo subject for a variety of reasons, but if […]

Leeor Gal, MFT Have you ever found yourself saying, “I always pick the wrong person to date!” Well, you’re not alone. Your entire life is a combination of experiences that has led you to where you are today. We are all born with our own innate qualities that develop through childhood and continue into our […]

I had a client a couple of years ago ask what the “Q” in LGBTQ meant. I told her it could mean a few things, including Queer and Questioning. She winced when I said the word “queer,” which I’ve experienced before and understand especially if you’re from a generation where that was a derogatory word […]

If you follow me on instagram, you may know that this past week we’ve been talking a lot about boundaries. (And if you’re not following me on Instagram…click here to join us!) It seems that a lot of us struggle setting boundaries in various parts of our everyday lives, so I thought this week we’d expand on that! […]

Whether we are talking about relationships with friends, parents or significant others, there is a disturbing communication trend I’ve been seeing in my office and in the world lately. I call it….”taking away people’s pain” This trend typically starts when we are young. Our parents unknowingly interact with us this way and we learn to be afraid of our feelings […]

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