Ron Kimball, PhD, CGP
PhD Licensed Psychologist
910 17th Street, NW, Suite 306, Washington, District of Columbia 20006
A psychologist is someone who has been trained as a specialist in human behavior. Both PhD's and PsyD's are familiar with and use research to support the interventions and techniques that are part of their practices. We are also trained in the use of psychological evaluation and assessment. In these ways we are different than counselors, social workers, and psychiatrists.
Marsha Lucas, PhD
1350 Connecticut Ave, NW at Dupont Circle, Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Good psychotherapy can help you create and experience change in your life, with more resilience, "doing" relationships differently, noticing and effectively redirecting yourself in those moments when you fall into old habits, improving your physical health through emotional wellness, getting your brain into better gear. I’m a psychologist as well as a neuropsychologist, and have been for nearly 25 years. Human connection together with how our minds work best; how we can change (literally) the wiring of our brains to give our hearts room to grow and to love – bringing all of that together to help is what I love to do. I bring that to therapy with a straightforward, empathic, and genuine way of working with people. If that sounds right for you, let's get to work.
Deborah Cole, Psy.D.
5525 Twin Knolls Rd. #331, Columbia, Maryland 21045
I am a licensed psychologist and a clinical psychologist. I have also been a school psychologist. I try to find the strengths as well the "issues" the person wants to work on. Together, we look at patterns to overcome and ways that the person has been functioning, whether effective or not. We look at how the person can live a more meaningful life. It may be that patterns of behavior and of thinking have them feeling empty and isolated. We determine how they can get back on track.