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“advice on finding a *young* therapist / psychologist in DC?”

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Jake asked: “Searching via google has proven useless – does anyone on #DCTwitter have advice on finding a *young* therapist / psychologist in DC?”

Some early replies:

“You can use a resident at the GWU department of psychology. They’re mostly young and plus you can pay them on a sliding scale.”

“Psychology Today may not let you filter for this specifically, but most provider profiles have a pic and the year the person got their degrees, which are usually enough to make some assumptions about age.”

“DC Talk Therapy”

“My recommendation is to use psychology today to see who is available in DC, and if you’re trying to use the insurance you can cross reference with that! TBH, it was hard to find a therapist in DC pre-pandemic, especially one that took insurance and/or was taking new ppl!”

“Another option is UMBC offers free services in their PHD Psych training program/clinic.”

“Georgetown also has residents in training that are likely younger and it is a reduced fee to see them.”

“We also recommend you check out the Kennedy Counseling Collective team.”

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