Black / African American therapists in Washington, D.C. DC

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Boynton Beach, Florida therapist: Robin Kaye Stilwell, marriage and family therapist
Serving Black / African American

Robin Kaye Stilwell

Marriage and Family Therapist, M.A., L.M.F.T.
With many years of experience, I bring an eclectic, interactive approach to therapy. We each see the world through our unique lens, as well as how we see ourselves in relationships; all influenced by the larger systems we are part of. These different perspectives are honored. My style is to create a relaxed atmosphere , and our work is guided by our conversation. I listen for underlying patterns of behavior. This shapes my perceptions as to what interventions will be most beneficial. .  
42 Years Experience
Online in Washington, D.C.
Washington, Washington, D.C. therapist: Georgina Arhin, licensed professional counselor
Serving Black / African American

Georgina Arhin

Licensed Professional Counselor, LCPC, LPC, ACS, CCTP
There is nothing like being listened to and understood on a deep level, with genuine interest, unconditional positive regard, congruence, empathy and acceptance. This is what I strive to offer in therapy, as we explore together your hopes and dreams, your losses and regrets, your longings and fears. My goal is to create a safe and welcoming environment where you can truly feel supported,encouraged and empowered.  
21 Years Experience
Online in Washington, D.C.
Silver Spring, Maryland therapist: Alison Huang - Grow Your Mind Psychotherapy, counselor/therapist
Serving Black / African American

Alison Huang - Grow Your Mind Psychotherapy

Counselor/Therapist, LCPC
“Feelings are much like waves, we can’t stop them from coming but we can choose which one to surf.” Do you feel a lot of feelings and you are not sure what to do with them? Have you tried therapy before, but it didn’t work out? Are you new to therapy and wonders how therapy works? Well…your search will stop here after you work with Alison. Alison is a person-centered therapist who values her relationship with clients. She integrates different modalities to meet clients’ needs. Instead of talking about psychological theories, Alison uses a nondirective approach to help clients gain insights and change their thinking patterns. Clients often describe the session with Alison is inspiring and light-hearted which helps clients be the best version of themselves and brings joy back to their life.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in Washington, DC
Online in Washington, D.C.
Atlanta, Georgia therapist: Dr. Sophia Aguirre, psychologist
Serving Black / African American

Dr. Sophia Aguirre

Psychologist, Ph.D., CGP, F-AGPA
I am a Licensed Psychologist and founder of the Aguirre Center of Inclusive Psychotherapy, a group practiced dedicated to providing culturally-affirming psychotherapy. I have a passion for working with folks who hold marginalized identities including Latinx, BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and relationship-structure minorities. I have over a decade of experience of providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and groups with a wide-range of concerns and struggles, but a common focus in my clinical work is helping individuals establishing healthier, more authentic relationships with themselves and with others.  
15 Years Experience
Online in Washington, D.C.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina therapist: Jennifer Plumb Vilardaga, PhD, psychologist
Serving Black / African American

Jennifer Plumb Vilardaga, PhD

Psychologist, PhD
Just being a human is challenging. A therapeutic relationship is one that creates a safe space to reflect on who you are and what you experience, learn to relate to those experiences differently, and empowers you to make choices about how you want to be. My work is to support you, build awareness and understanding, and ultimately to help guide you towards living a full, vital, and connected life - as you define it.  
11 Years Experience
Online in Washington, D.C.