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Art Therapy Psychiatrists in Virginia (VA)

Audrey's Grief Expressionist, LLC, Psychiatrist  in Annandale
“My name is Audrey Pullman, MD., I am a Performance Enhancement Specialist with a background in Emergency Psychiatric Medicine and Community Addiction. I have received an academic award for the use of alternative medicine strategies for stress management and with these modalities I've successfully treated military veterans and childhood and adolescence depression. Prior to becoming a physician I received a scholarship to study drama and dance at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. This experience allowed me to integrate my skills and education to treat individuals (e.g. athletes, actors, musicians & etc) for performance anxiety and other life stressors.
Art Therapy
(703) 348-4749
Annandale, Virginia 22003
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Howard Jay Cohen, Psychiatrist  in Alexandria
“In my experience, I have found it extremely important to listen to a patient's complaints and gather as much information as I can to understand their symptoms, the stressors they are experiencing and their relationships at work and at home. All of this information must be taken into account during the diagnostic evaluation along with a detailed medical and psychiatric history. After a diagnosis is made, I explain what the treatment will be. I will provide information about whatever medication is prescribed and I will discuss medication options. I will also review and discuss any possible drug interactions.
(703) 957-7210
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Clifford Newman, Psychiatrist  in Centreville
“I am a psychiatrist who does psychotherapy and will only use medication if necessary. I believe psychotherapy is an essential part of treatment that will minimize the use of medications. Although I work with relationship difficulties, it is only on an individual basis and not as a couples counselor.
(540) 441-4373
Centreville, Virginia 20121
Sarah Iannucci, Psychiatrist  in Centreville
“I am an experienced psychiatrist who specializes in providing high quality psychotherapy and medication management to patients who are seeking real solutions for their mental health needs. My approach to treatment assumes that all symptoms benefit from personalized attention, sincere understanding, and patience in care. My methodology involves striving to understand what a client is experiencing from his or her perspective. I will collaborate with you towards a greater comprehension and mastery of your psychological processes.
(571) 208-2977
Centreville, Virginia 20121
Lawrence Ballon, Psychiatrist  in Arlington
“As a Board Certified psychiatrist and a psychoanalyst, I am a medical doctor with specialized experience in understanding the brain and its psychological counterpart, the mind. With more than 30 years of experience treating thousands of patients, I am in a unique position to understand and help both the chemical imbalances which afflict some patients, as well as the troubling feelings, conflicts, and losses which burden others.
(703) 468-8141
Arlington, Virginia 22205
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatrist, MD, MBA, FAPA, FACP
“I am a Board certified psychiatrist ,internist and board eligible in American Board of Addiction Medicine .I am certified in office based suboxone treatment . I have in my staff a highly experienced clinical pscyhologist ,pscyhiatric and Family Nurse Practitioner . We provide integrated pscyhaitric ,psyhcologial and medical care . Additionally, we treat addiction of various nature in a more comprehesive and effective way .
(703) 924-2370
Alexandria, Virginia 22310
“Dr. Ahmad is a Board-certified General Psychiatrist who completed a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He has special interest and expertise in treating adults and children/adolescents with ADHD, autism spectrum, anxiety, PTSD, mood, and psychotic disorders. Dr. Ahmad's training emphasized a psychodynamic approach in psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy. His practice of evidence-based medicine follows the clinical practice guidelines of the American Psychiatric Association and parameters of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists. He has training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and supportive therapy and is pursuing training in interpersonal therapy (group and individual).
(703) 659-9988 x2
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
David L. Charney, Psychiatrist  in Alexandria
“You're a successful, accomplished, busy person encountering more stresses lately. Now you're feeling strained, anxious, distracted, angry or moody. While normally you push through your difficulties all by yourself, this time it's different. You're realizing you could actually benefit from some professional help. Your personal pride and self-reliance make this a big step to take. You also wonder: How could anyone possibly understand everything that's on your plate? I am an experienced psychiatrist from the so-called Golden Age of Psychiatry, where we learned to bridge two seemingly different approaches, the psychological and biological.
(703) 836-7130
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Scott Twentyman, Psychiatrist  in Falls Church
“Are you tired of a life unlived? Therapy is a vessel for transformation, to help you connect with the deepest parts of yourself. Depression, anxiety, relationship problems, repeating dysfunctional patterns, self-defeating behavior, creative stagnation--are symptoms you have become disconnected from the deeper parts of yourself. As a result, your life has become unbalanced. As painful as they are, as much as you wish they would just go away, your symptoms are trying to tell you something. If listened to carefully, they direct us to what you have neglected, forgotten, or lost.
(703) 468-8851
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Joseph Annibali, Psychiatrist  in Reston
“I offer a cutting-edge approach in which my patients and I collaborate in designing the optimal treatment. My approach is personal. I want to get to know you, your personality, and your problems. What is going on in your life that is not working right? We need to understand how both your mind and your brain operate. With each new patient, I perform a thorough evaluation, understanding your current problems, your life history, and your medical situation. I collaborate with your other doctors and therapists. As needed, I will recommend nutritional supplements, medications, and other treatments, including talk therapy.
(571) 384-4489
Reston, Virginia 20191
Husam K Alathari, Psychiatrist  in Woodbridge
“Dr. Alathari is Board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and the American Board of Addiction Medicine. He is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the George Washington University Medical Center. He is also Medical Director of the INOVA Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Services and Medical Director of Fairfax Methadone Treatment Center
(703) 596-3359
Woodbridge, Virginia 22191
Roselle Stark, Psychiatric Nurse  in Manassas
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Psychiatric Nurse, MN, PMHCNS-, BC
“I have had the privilege of helping people in the mental health field for 37 years in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings. Upon graduating from my first nursing program in 1975, I worked with patients in state hospitals and VA Medical Centers across the country treating patients with such problems as depression, bipolar, schizophrenia, and post traumatic stress and other anxiety disorders. The training in psychotherapy I received at UCLA in 1986 prepared me to become a board certified, clinical nurse specialist in psychiatric-mental health nursing. My expertise is in providing psychotherapy for individuals, couples, family, and groups.
(703) 594-4372
Manassas, Virginia 20110
Evan L Jacobson, Psychiatrist  in Mc Lean
“Dr. Jacobson is a Johns Hopkins trained adult psychiatrist practicing in Northern Virginia. Upon completing his psychiatry training in 2004, he joined the part-time faculty at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Since 2008 he has been treating patients exclusively in Northern Virginia. He continues to mentor current and former residents from Johns Hopkins. Dr. Jacobson has served as an advisor to Lifetech Research. Dale Carnegie training has honored him with the highest award for achievement. Washingtonian magazine identified him as a top doctor in 2014.
(703) 596-8903
Mc Lean, Virginia 22101
Attention Mental Health | Dr. Cory Alfers, Psychiatrist  in Arlington
“I provide high quality, comprehensive healthcare to professionals with adult ADD/ADHD, depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. I understand how ADHD, depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder impact the fast-paced and complex lives of professionals, executives and entrepreneurs. In working together and listening to your unique needs, I provide customized treatment using interpersonal psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and medications.
(703) 291-1349 x1
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Samantha Winfrey, Psychiatric Nurse  in Powhatan
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Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, RN, PMH-NP
“I'm a Family Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner providing mental health services (Medication Management) to children, adolescents, teenagers, and adults (treating ages 4-60y/o). Taking new patients. I have worked in the field of Child and Adolescent Mental Health for over 3 years as well as Adult Mental Health. I have graduated from the University of Virginia with Honors in 2013 and I am working as an FPMH-NP at New Direction Psychiatric Services in Powhatan, VA. My primary focus is on medication management across the lifespan. I have a licensed Therapy Dog named Mason who is available for Pet Therapy.
(804) 684-8829
Powhatan, Virginia 23139
Thomas J Pillion, Psychiatrist  in Falls Church
“If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, or problems with interpersonal relationships, I can help you to restore a sense of balance in your life. My goal is not just to provide symptom relief. Using both medication and psychotherapy, we will work together toward identifying and removing the obstacles that interfere with living a more happy and satisfying life. I trained in general adult psychiatry at the University of North Carolina and received my MD from the University of Texas. I see primarily adults, but I will see adolescents and children on a case-by-case basis.
(919) 344-0669
Falls Church, Virginia 22046
Khursheed Khine, Psychiatrist  in Alexandria
“My goal is to combine empathy with excellent clinical skills and up-to-date knowledge of current medical practice. Your privacy is highly valued, thus treatment is provided in a safe and confidential manner. You will be provided with clear and comprehensive information about your treatment options. You are welcome to do your own research, bringing in what you have learned and questions you may have about diagnoses, treatment, and prognosis to discuss in a constructive manner. I am particularly understanding of your concerns about medication adverse effects, including weight gain and sexual side effects.
(703) 646-8098
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Lilly Somner, Psychiatrist  in Reston
“I have a passion for treating patients that suffer with depression, anxiety and ADD. I specialize in working with those who are not getting results from medication. Depression often improves by addressing the underlying metabolic issues such as low thyroid or infection. By changing the diet one can make profound changes in depression and anxiety. Attention deficits may be the result of underlying anxiety or the result of decreased blood flow to certain areas of the brain. Proper diagnosis and treatment improves success. My favorite patient is one who is willing to take personal responsibility for their care.
(571) 350-3347
Reston, Virginia 20191
Maureen Harris Mccracken, Psychiatric Nurse  in Herndon
“My ideal client is interested in integrative psychotherapy: the best of traditional and holistic therapies. I enjoy working from a systems perspective with men and women who are looking to reduce depression, anxiety and pain, whether in a relationship or not. I use CBT, psychodynamic therapy, comprehensive energy psychotherapy and other energy healing modalities to improve your acceptance, navigation and enjoyment of life! I do not prescribe and can refer to an integrative psychiatrist. I do not accept insurance and will provide you a superbill to submit to your insurance company or flexible spending account. Live your best life now . . .
(703) 596-3002
Herndon, Virginia 20170
Agnes M. Zorniak, Psychiatrist  in Vienna
“I am a Georgetown University trained psychiatrist with almost 15 years of wide range postgraduate training and experience. I practice state-of-the-art evidence-based psychopharmacology, psychotherapy and integrative medicine (using nutritional supplements along with medications). I offer a very unique short-term intense dynamic psychotherapy (ISTDP) leading to a rapid and permanent recovery from anxiety, low self-esteem, loneliness, relationship problems, anger management issues, self-destructive behaviors and psychosomatic conditions. With this model of therapy I save my patients thousands of dollars and years of therapy. It works, even if previous therapies failed, or were only partially successful.
(703) 893-6077
Vienna, Virginia 22182
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Art Therapy Psychiatrists
It may look like a craft class, but art therapy in Virginia (VA) is a serious technique that uses the creative process to help improve the mental health of clients. Virginia (VA) Art therapy can be used on children and adults to treat a wide range of emotional issues, including anxiety, depression, family and relationship problems, abuse and domestic violence, and trauma and loss. Commonly found in hospitals and community centers, art therapy programs are based on the belief that the creative process is healing and life-enhancing. As they paint or draw, a skilled Virginia (VA) art therapist can use the client's works of art and their approach to the process as springboards to help them gain personal insight, improve their judgment, cope with stress, and work through traumatic experiences.

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Virginia (VA) is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Virginia (VA) Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in Virginia (VA) specialize in age groups (so check for Virginia (VA) child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Virginia (VA)). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in Virginia (VA), or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Virginia (VA) Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.