Angela Keeley, LGSW
I am a LGSW in Washington, DC who takes a genuine, open, and non-judgemental therapeutic approach. I received a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Montana, and then a Master of Social Work from Metropolitan State University of Denver. My practicum experience has been both in a mental health center, as well as at a government agency. I have experience in a private mental health setting, residential treatment, and in family-based services.
I have worked with diverse populations undergoing crises. I have an extensive background in sexual assault work as well as with high conflict couples, interpersonal and intimacy issues, familial discord, parenting difficulties, and substance related concerns. I employ a solution focused/strengths based, psychodynamic, and logotherapeutic approach. I believe in the connection of the mind and the body, and in always striving for a greater wellbeing.
I aim to connect with people on a respectful, supportive, and honest level. I believe therapy is a valuable tool, and you can get out of it as much as you put into it. I support people in all stages of their journey, and welcome the opportunity to empower and work towards personal growth and awareness with you.
Dr. Akosoa McFadgion
Dr. Akosoa McFadgion, PhD, LGSW is a licensed master social worker and research psychologist. With over 20 years’ experience, she has conducted research that examined child sexual abuse prevention, the intersection of HIV, Substance Abuse, and Domestic violence, and the prevalence of traumatic brain injuries among survivors of intimate partner violence. She continues to conduct research and training in healthy relationships, trauma, domestic violence, family violence, and how these factors influence the health of women and girls. She is also particularly effective in engaging communities to promote health and wellness for individuals, families, and social service organizations. Under the supervision of Wendy Alias, Licensed Independent Social Worker, Dr. McFadgion provides therapy framed with a trauma-informed and African-Centered approach and guided by her Christian beliefs. Her focus is supporting, women, girls, and men who are survivors of relationship violence, sexual assault, and recovering from childhood trauma.
Latina Rogers, LICSW
My name is Latina M. Rogers, and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I am passionate about helping others to heal. I have been serving clients for the past 15 years and I take pride in helping clients to become their best selves. My goal is to create a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment to effort to foster a pleasant yet collaborative therapeutic relationship with clients. My focus is on transforming my client’s way of thinking about a problem or situation to empower them to recognize that the power to change lies within them. I am a firm believer that words create and impact an individual’s world. I use a combination of solution focused, strengths based and cognitive behavioral therapy. I look forward to walking this journey alongside you. My target population are youth ages 10-17 and adults ranging from ages 18-45.
Abigail Middleton, LICSW
As a licensed independent clinical social worker (LICSW), I look forward to finding creative ways to address whatever brings you through the door. A DMV resident for more than 10 years, I completed my Master of Social Work degree at Boston College, and undergraduate degree at James Madison University. My work experience includes inpatient, community-based, school, and outpatient settings.
I’ve worked with a variety of populations including adults, elderly, and children, and presenting issues including depression, bipolar disorder, severe mental illness, and trauma. I specialize in relational conflict, anxiety, depression, adjustment to illness, grief/bereavement, and trauma recovery. I offer evidence-based treatment, specifically tailored to each client’s needs, including modalities of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Family Systems focus, Mindfulness, and breath work.
My passion is to walk with clients as they reach personal goals of self actualization and healing. I believe each individual has the power to change, and it is my privilege to work through life’s challenges together with you. Using consistent and compassionate therapy, focused on your needs for growth and healing, I look forward to what we can accomplish together.
JENNA WEINTRAUB, LICSW
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) practicing in Washington, DC. I received my Master’s in Social Work from the University of Michigan. I completed my clinical internship at Michigan Medicine’s Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic, where I received advanced training in individual and group therapy. I received my Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Michigan.
I work with the young adult and adult population on a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, body image/self-esteem, trauma and grief. I also have extensive experience with substance use and addiction. I utilize techniques of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Mindfulness and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
My approach to therapy is empathetic and understanding. Within the therapeutic relationship, we create a safe, collaborative atmosphere for you to gain greater insight into yourself and the issues you are facing. I provide evidence-based treatment that focuses on clients achieving their individual treatment goals. In therapy, we will work together to find the approach that best works for you, to empower continued growth and fulfillment.
Geraldine Moreano, LPC
I am a licensed professional counselor in DC. I attended Trinity Washington University where I
attained a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. I also attended the University
of Santa Monica where I attained a master’s degree in spiritual psychology. My undergraduate
degree is in psychology from the University of St. Thomas. I am a bilingual therapist fluent in
Spanish and enjoy learning languages in my free time. I have worked in a variety of settings
such as schools counseling students, at a non-profit where I counseled women who were
refugees to providing home-based counseling to high-risk youth. My approach to working with
clients is gentle, compassionate and empathetic as well as direct. My specialties are trauma
and relationships. I have experience working with individuals presenting with self-esteem
concerns, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, adjustment disorders, depression
and anxiety. I have a strong commitment to assist individuals navigate through life challenges
and assist them to have insight on current relational patterns. The theoretical orientations I use
are strengths-based approaches, brief psychodynamic therapies, cognitive behavioral therapy
as well as solution-based therapies. If clients are open to it, I use spiritual psychology tools to
assist the client have insight and look at situations from a spiritual perspective. In my free time
I enjoy reading about holistic therapies and nutrition. I believe that each one of us has the
capacity to heal.
I take an integrative approach to therapy to honor the uniqueness of the client. I believe in being practical and showing compassion. Above all, I am committed to providing a warm, safe and nurturing environment.