LDS/Mormon therapists in Washington, D.C. DC

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Houston, Texas therapist: Christine Henry, psychologist
Serving LDS/Mormon

Christine Henry

Psychologist, Ph.D
As a neurodivergent therapist, I enjoy working with adults who are exploring or have recently discovered that they are ADHD, autistic, or both. We can find ways to adapt the world to better suit you instead of trying to fit into neurotypical standards. Learn how to improve your connections with others, strategies to regulate emotions, increase motivation, find more fulfillment at your job, and even experience moments of joy. I also specialize in grief, childhood, and religious trauma.  
17 Years Experience
Online in Washington, D.C.
New York City, New York therapist: Stephanie Davis, hypnotherapist
Serving LDS/Mormon

Stephanie Davis

Hypnotherapist, Cht
Your mind is just as important as your body, vice versa. What if I told you your subconscious which is 88% of your brain is your body? Hypnosis enhances the mind to body connection, which helps to heal emotional turmoil as well as stress. Hypnosis has been scientifically proven to lower cortisol levels, and boost DHEAS levels directly linked to anti-aging. What I offer is not only a learning experience, but also a means of momentary peace.  
2 Years Experience
Online in Washington, D.C.
Pocatello, Idaho therapist: Cameron Staley, psychologist
Serving LDS/Mormon

Cameron Staley

Psychologist, Ph.D.
I work to create an accepting, compassionate, and open environment. I'm skilled at addressing sensitive areas including neurodiversity, religious concerns, sexual & gender identities, unwanted sexual behaviors, & complex family relationships. I really enjoy getting to know individuals and working together to navigate challenges and find a path forward that works for you. I also offer a neurodiversity-affirming approach to adult autism and ADHD assessment.  
12 Years Experience
Online in Washington, D.C.
Flagstaff, Arizona therapist: Psychotherapy.Com, psychologist
Serving LDS/Mormon


Psychologist, Ph.D.
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28 Years Experience
Online in Washington, D.C.
Las Vegas, Nevada therapist: Bamboo Center for Grief, Growth, & Well-being, psychologist
Serving LDS/Mormon

Bamboo Center for Grief, Growth, & Well-being

Psychologist, PsyD
Hi! My name is Anna Darbonne (pronounced Dahr-bon, like a bonfire), I'm a Clinical Psychologist, author, entrepreneur, and mama. I help high achieving, self-reflective clients to cope with life transitions, feel great about themselves and their lives, and to transform grief or challenging experiences into meaningful personal growth opportunities. I am a firm believer in the healing power of laughter and play, that the best way to care for others is to prioritize caring for ourselves, that relationships don't end at death, and that ice cream is one of the best inventions ever!  
7 Years Experience
Online in Washington, D.C.