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ABOUT

We are clinical psychologists who know that, in order to help you, we must first listen to you and understand your perspective. We appreciate how difficult it can be to ask for help, and we are humbled you have considered partnering with us.

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Ethan Siegel, Psy.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Psy.D., The George Washington University, School of Professional Psychology​

B.A. in psychology, The George Washington University
Predoctoral Internship: Washburn Center for Children, Minneapolis, MN

I founded the practice in 2012 with the goal of providing high quality psychotherapy to the community. I have worked in a variety of settings, including community mental health centers, schools, and private practice.

 

My approach is informed by psychodynamic theory, which views therapy as a means to explore thoughts, feelings, and past experiences. I also apply cognitive behavioral techniques, which help the client reframe maladaptive thought patterns.

I am committed to providing honest, genuine, and ethical care to each client. I strive to create a welcoming and non-judgemental environment so that clients can feel comfortable discussing their concerns.

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Jennifer Bevard-King, Psy.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Psy.D., American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Northern Virginia

M.A., Forensic Psychology, Argosy University

B.A., Criminal Justice, University of Maryland, College Park

Predoctoral Internship: Community Counseling and Mentoring Services, Inc., APA Accredited

I understand that it takes a lot of courage to open oneself up to the prospect of therapy, to
uncover and take on personal challenges. I am focused on a client-oriented approach to
understanding people as individuals, with various backgrounds and personal experiences. I
recognize that clients have diverse and unique visions, and my purpose is to be a facilitator of
growth based on the client’s idea of physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing. Furthermore, I
aim to help my clients give voice to their experiences and work through present and past
challenges using tailored interventions.


I am informed by psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral theory; however, it is my goal to
work collaboratively and compassionately with the client, to guide them toward growth and
healing. As such, interventions and the process of therapy will meet the unique experiences and
needs of each client. My purpose in providing therapy is to utilize the core values of empathy,
compassion, integrity, and competent care. My approach is collaborative, warm, and welcoming,
and my goal is to foster an environment of trust so that true growth can be achieved. I work with
individuals who have an array of challenges including those who are struggling with trauma,
depression, mood disorders, anxiety, and personality disorders, and provide LGBTQIA-affirming
care.

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