Therapy for Individuals, Couples and Families in the DMV

Mental Health Matters.

Sonja Williams
Would you like to improve your life?

We focus on enhancing relationships and daily life.

Your mental health matters. It impacts everything from the amount of energy you have daily to how you relate within interpersonal and professional relationships. Our therapists will listen, and work with you to enhance interpersonal communication and self-care, with practical tools that will help you navigate life more effectively.

Need to Make an Online Therapy Appointment?

We believe it’s critical to do our part to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Learn more about how to book your virtual visit.

Let’s Figure it Out Together

Many times we need a place to sort through our thoughts to get to the root of “why.”
Our problems cannot become true lessons if we cannot figure out the why.

Eventually we all face personal life challenges and seeking help is a sign of strength.

Relationships go through high points and low points. There are tools you can use to navigate the varied stages and changes.

Emotional turmoil or conflict in the family can be devastating. Nurturing, restoring or healing from those relationships is possible.

Children and teens can experience a number of traumas that can be healed in their early stages rather than impacting them through their adult years.

Having a therapist who understands your faith background can be an impactful part of your healing journey.

We love beautiful weddings but a beautiful marriage is priceless. Take some time to build a strong foundation for your happily ever after.

As licensed marriage and family therapists and ordained ministers of the A.M.E. church, we can officiate weddings.

Our life sometimes just needs guidance and direction that is most beneficial from an experienced professional.

How do you know what’s best for you?

Therapy vs. Coaching

Most people don’t realize that there is a difference between the two. But each one can be effective if used in the right circumstances.

  • Therapy involves treatment of mental or emotional disorders.
  • Therapy is the way to go if you or your partner have a diagnosed mental illness or suffer from depression, anxiety, etc.
  • Coaching involves processing through personal or relational challenges.
  • Coaching is the way to go if you’re having conflict and don’t think that a diagnosable condition is playing a role.

Start the Conversation

Have one of our experienced counselors reach out to you to discover ways to start working towards better today.