WE CAN SHOW YOU THE WAY                           WHEN CAN  A THERAPIST HELP

     The Divorce Counseling Group of Washington DC  @ 2009                                                                                                Contact Us

Should I see a therapist now?  -

.

Counseling Can Help !


Should I see a Therapist now ?

Yes - if you are experiencing any of the following problems.

  1. You are having a hard time coping

  2. You are angry much of the time

  3. You keep responding to your ex’s unpleasant behavior

  4. You are feeling depressed or anxious

  5. You are sleeping too little or too much.

  6. You feel all alone.

  7. You are crying a lot.

  8. You have thoughts of hurting yourself.

  9. Your not getting the emotional support from friends or family.

  10. You are in a battle over custody or money

If you recognize 3 or more of these - then please seek out help now !


How do I choose a Therapist ?

Inquire to the experience the therapist has with issues of divorce.

Is the therapist licensed ?

Is the therapist biased or judgmental against divorce ?

Is the therapist supportive ?

Will the therapist help you come to “your” own answers - not theirs ?

Therapist


Emily M. Brown

                  MSW,LCSW

1600 Wilson Blvd.

Suite 702

Arlington, Va 22209

703 528-3900

keybridgectr@verizon.net



Lisa Snipper LCSW

11250 Roger Bacon Drive

Suite 6

Reston, Virginia 20190

571-230-2349

lisa.snipper@me.com