More About Decision Point Therapy

History

Prior to opening Decision Point Therapy, LLC, I worked in two private therapy practices in the Washington, DC area. My work in private practice began back in 2008 for a small group practice in Laurel, MD which I worked at for nearly 2 years providing therapy to individuals, couples, and families. This practice went through a transition and closed for a period of time.

I then spent nearly 5 years working for a private group practice in Silver Spring, MD. Here, I gained lots of experience working with individuals, couples, and families, and discovered how much I truly enjoyed being a therapist and working with amazing colleagues!

However, opening my own practice was a dream that I knew I had to pursue. Hence, after gaining several years of experience in the private practice arena, I opened my own private practice in Silver Spring, Maryland in May 2014 as AM-Therapy.

Two years later, in the summer of 2016, I gained licensure in Virginia and relaunched my practice with locations in both Silver Spring, Maryland and Reston, Virginia. The relaunch came with a name change: Decision Point Therapy.

I recognize that most of my clients end up on my couch because they're struggling with life's biggest decisions. I wanted my practice's name to reflect this as people usually contact me when they're either about to make a big relationship decision, or have just made one and need help getting through the transition.

I'm deeply committed to making sure Decision Point Therapy provides high quality care, insight, and evidence-based tools to help clients make their biggest relationship decisions. Whether you're deciding to begin a relationship or marriage, stay in your struggling relationship and make repairs, end a relationship or marriage, or make decisions about parenthood, I'm here to help you feel confident as you move forward.

Mission

The mission of Decision Point Therapy is simple. To provide insight and tools for making life's biggest relationship decisions.

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 Guiding Principles

The guiding principles of Decision Point Therapy are:

  • To provide you with high-quality and compassionate evidence-based psychotherapy,
  • To make the entire therapy experience as valuable and smooth as possible, from first contact to your final session,
  • To provide support for your therapy goals both inside AND outside of sessions,
  • To provide care that will serve you not just in the short-term, but in the long term as well, and
  • To remove the stigma from seeking psychotherapy and make it a more accepted (and even enjoyable) experience.