The decision to seek help for a problem is often a difficult one. Concerns may have been building over time or a crisis may have occurred which is affecting you or your family. Making the initial call to a counselor is a critical first step toward resolving the problem.
Choosing the right therapist is equally critical and consideration should be given to the therapist’s education and training, maturity, empathy and compassion, and level of experience with your particular circumstance.
The practice of Covington & Hafkin and Associates is dedicated to helping people understand and resolve their problems. Our therapists are experienced in dealing with a broad range of mental health issues and use a variety of therapeutic approaches to help develop coping strategies to fit individual situations. We provide guidance through the exploration of values, beliefs, and feelings to help promote an increased self awareness and a greater sense of well-being.
Give us a call at 301-279-9030 or 301-951-9002, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
See who in our practice was recognized in Washingtonian Magazine as Top Therapists.
Karen Wasserstein, PsyD
Life is not always the smooth ride we hope it to be, and so we have to cope.
How do we cope with the texture of life?
With our loved ones, friends, colleagues?
With ourselves when we are alone, awake in the night?
With losses big and small?
Dr. Karen Wasserstein can help sort out the bumps and bruises and help develop coping styles and outlooks that assist rather than detract.
Good Faith Estimates
As of January 1, 2022, all healthcare providers are required to provide estimates for the costs of your care. The Good Faith Estimate shows the cost of items and services that are reasonably expected for your healthcare needs and treatment. This will be provided by this office upon scheduling and/or as requested. This Good Faith Estimate does not include unexpected costs that could arise during treatment.