As you stand in the center of your life, looking outward, what do you see?
Do you see challenges and obstacles on your path to success?
Therapy provides long-lasting benefits and support, giving you the tools you need to create the life you envision for yourself.
"We create our reality, individually and collectively, by what we think, what we say, and what we do."
Counseling with Jennifer Judelsohn, LCSW
If you are experiencing major changes in your life, such as marriage or divorce, the birth of a child, moving to a new neighborhood or city, or a work transition, working with a therapist can help provide insight, support, and new strategies for all types of life challenges.
Jennifer Judelsohn is an experienced psychotherapist at the highest level of licensure available in Virginia and Maryland. You can feel safe and secure knowing that your confidential issues are being handled by a seasoned therapist with a wealth of experience helping others in similar situations.
Counseling and Therapy
Are you experiencing challenges in your life?
• difficulties in relationships
• sadness or depression
• feelings of anxiety or panic
• pervasive feelings of hopelessness
• difficulties controlling your anger
• difficulties dealing with your children or parenting issues
• unresolved traumas from your past
• problems with sleeping or eating
• grief over the loss of a loved one
• dealing with substance abuse in yourself or someone you care about
If so, contact Jennifer Judelsohn to set up an appointment today.
What about medication?
What is therapy like?
Every therapy session is unique and caters to you as an individual and your specific goals. Therapy can be short-term, focusing on a specific issue, or longer-term, addressing more complex issues or ongoing personal growth. For therapy to be most effective, you must be an active participant, both during and between sessions.
Our work together may take one or more of the following forms:
- Talk Therapy
- Stress Management
- Life Skills Development
- Mindfulness (inquiry, contemplation, meditation)
- Creative Arts (drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, etc.)
- Expressive Arts (voice/music, movement/dance, improvisation)
- Writing Arts (poetry, journaling, storytelling, myth-making)
- Mandala Process
- Art-Making as a Spiritual Practice
What you can expect out of therapy:
Compassion, respect, and understanding
Real strategies for enacting positive change
Opportunities to develop resources, build on strengths, and practice new skills
Effective and proven techniques, along with practical guidance
Sometimes I may ask you to take what we’ve worked on and practice it in your daily life. It is important that you practice what we’ve discussed so you can integrate it into your life and make the process your own, and give me feedback on what’s working.