Eric Fielding, Ph.D.
Geographic Area: Ellicott City, Columbia, Catonsville, Baltimore
9051 Baltimore National Pike
Ellicott City, MD 21042
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adolescent, Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Child therapy, Conflicts with creativity, Couples therapy, Depression and mood disorders, Family, Grief and mourning, Relationships, Stress and coping, Trauma, Work inhibitions
Insurance Accepted: Blue Cross, Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO, Care First , Cigna, Magellan (any subsidiary)
Because I treat people and not diagnoses, I help people with a broad range of problems. By listening to people and paying attention to what develops, I collaboratively assist them to understand feelings, thoughts, body experiences, and behaviors. This may remove barriers to living life to the full. We often create these barriers early in life and then continue them through habitual thought, feeling-management, and relationship patterns. Healing occurs in a safe, new kind of relationship. Within this relationship, people may recognize and talk about things they have known and not known. Since the therapeutic relationship is a unique kind of relationship, therapy can feel challenging or painful. Those clients who openly share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences (including a hesitation to share certain things) are often able to move toward their goals.
I treat adults, adolescents, children, and couples using a psychodynamic approach & am a Candidate at the PTI of Contemporary Freudian Society- DC (since 9/2015). With adults & adolescents, therapy is usually talk-based. With children, I use play/art/talking. Parent consultations are an important part of my work with children & adolescents.
Geographic Area: Dupont Circle
Proximity to Public Transportation: Dupont Circle Metro Station
1350 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adolescent, Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Couples therapy, Depression and mood disorders, Eating disorders, Grief and mourning, Group psychotherapy, LGBT issues, Relationships, Stress and coping, Work inhibitions
Margaret R Laracy, PsyD
Geographic Area: Chevy Chase, MD, Washington, DC
Proximity to Public Transportation: Bethesda metro, various bus lines
6917 Arlington Rd
Bethesda, MD 20814
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Retired, Adolescent, Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Couples therapy, Depression and mood disorders, Group psychotherapy, Relationships, Stress and coping, Trauma
Insurance Accepted: Blue Cross, Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO, Cigna, Medicare
Analytic Candidate with CFS
Margaret Laracy, PsyD is a clinical psychologist with experience in community based and group practice settings working with individuals, couples and groups. She is now in private practice in Bethesda, MD.
Christina Nadler, PhD
26 Court Street
Brooklyn, NY 11242
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adolescent, Adult individual, LGBT issues, Parent-infant, Trauma
Kalia Ward, MD
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adolescent, Adult individual, Child psychoanalysis, Child therapy, Conflicts with creativity, Parent guidance, Psychopharmacology , Trauma
Josh Wolf-Powers, LCSW
Geographic Area: New York, Union Square, Columbus Circle, Midtown, Downtown
Proximity to Public Transportation: Union Square, 14th St, 8th St, Astor Pl
44 E 12th St, #MD-8
New York, NY 10003
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Retired, Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Conflicts with creativity, Depression and mood disorders, Divorce counseling, Family, Grief and mourning, LGBT issues, Parent guidance, Relationships, Sexual problems, Stress and coping, Trauma, Work inhibitions
I am caring and non-judgmental. I listen not just to what you say, but to what you mean, and to what you feel. Together, we will identify - and you will implement - solutions to your most intractable problems. I have a longstanding mindfulness meditation practice, which informs my practice of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.