“Our wounds are often the openings into the best & most beautiful part of us.”
- David Richo, psychologist
We all carry wounds, big and small, which affect our inner well-being, our relationships, & our ability to engage with the world. By facing our own pain & suffering with compassion, we have the power to transform it into strength. Often, we cannot do this alone. Therapy is not a quick fix, but rather a journeying together to discover your own capacity for resilience & strength & healing into your deeper, truer self.
Katy Cribbs, LICSW, offers individual psychotherapy for adults looking to address depression, anxiety, trauma, stress management, adjustment to life changes, & management of chronic health & pain conditions. She also helps clients navigate various family & relationship issues. Katy specializes in working with adults facing grief & loss, dealing with illness, or coping with caregiving for an elder or a new child. As the mother of a toddler, Katy is particularly passionate about supporting other parents to make meaning & pursue balance in their family role.
Katy takes an approach to psychotherapy that uses the therapeutic relationship built on deep trust & incorporates mindfulness, internal & cultural narrative awareness, strengths-based insight building, cognitive restructuring, & attachment theory. They work with clients from a spiritual perspective to focus on what gives meaning, purpose, & connection. Katy grounds their work in mind-body awareness & utilize tools that tap into the resilience of our bodies to heal ourselves.
The fee for an initial psychotherapy consultation is $170; this initial session will last between 60 & 75 minutes. Subsequent sessions are $150 & will last 45 to 50 minutes. Fees will be collected at the end of each session via cash, check, or credit card. Katy will contact you by phone before your initial appointment for a free consultation to answer logistical questions & briefly discuss your goals for therapy. Before your first appointment, please be sure to read through & complete the Therapist Client Service Agreement & the Psychotherapy Intake Form, located under forms & also emailed to you upon booking.
Katy sees patients on Mondays 3pm-8pm & by appointment. To schedule an appointment with Katy Cribbs, please email her at katy.cribbs.licsw[at]gmail[dot]com or call (202) 455-6856.
Katy may also be open to using video or phone therapy sessions to accommodate scheduling, illness, or caregiving.
While not currently in-network for insurance companies, Katy will work with you to provide the necessary paperwork to submit for reimbursement from your health insurance as an out-of-network provider. More information about submitting for out-of-network psychotherapy reimbursement can be found in the Therapist-Client Service Agreement form. Additionally, please note that psychotherapy is typically an eligible expense for Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) or Health Care Reimbursement Accounts (HRAs). Please feel free to discuss questions or concerns about billing with Katy.
Clinical Social Work Supervision: Katy is available to provide clinical supervision for social workers looking to pursue clinical licensure in DC. To discuss fees and hours, please contact The Well at the number provided to inquire about supervision.
Speaking & Training Engagements: Katy is available to speak or provide training material to groups or professionals interested in deepening their understanding of trauma, perinatal mental health, resilience & a variety of other topics within their expertise. Please contact The Well for more information.
Kristen Lundquist, LGPC, NCC offers individual psychotherapy for adults, & utilizes evidence-based approaches that are tailored to clients’ specific needs. She offers individual, couples, group, & pre-marital counseling & therapy, as well as spiritual counseling & career counseling. Kristen’s specialty areas include working with those struggling with anxiety, ADD/ADHD, depression, domestic violence, eating disorders, grief & loss, multicultural issues, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), panic, religious/pastoral/spiritual challenges, physical illness, self-esteem problems, sexual abuse, & trauma.
Through her practice, Kristen offers a compassion-focused, client-centered, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, & solutions-focused approach. Kristen is passionate about working with clients to help them cultivate hope in the midst of difficult seasons of life, & to feel empowered in their journey of healing. During sessions, she works to build trust in order to create a safe space for each individual’s unique story & goals, & to cultivate understanding with her clients as a foundation for a strong counseling relationship.
Acknowledging that each person’s journey is unique, Kristen offers many integrative wellness practices to her clients, including mind-body practices, spiritual meditation, fitness, & nutrition. Kristen is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) through Yoga Alliance's 200-hr Teacher Training Program, is a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) through the National Council on Strength & Fitness, & holds a Certificate in Nutrition from the University of Pittsburgh. Kristen emphasizes the principles of holistic wellness, as she empowers her clients to move toward mental, emotional, spiritual, & physical healing.
The fee for sessions is $120 / 60 minute session. Fees will be collected at the end of each session via cash, check, or card. Prior to your session, please fill out the intake forms available here, which will aid Kristen in understanding your unique needs & goals for counseling.
Kristen’s National Provider Identification number is 1679047286, &, although not in-network for insurance companies, is happy to provide documentation for out-of-network reimbursement, where applicable.
Kristen sees clients on Wednesday evenings from 3pm-8pm by appointment. Kristen is also available for phone sessions. To schedule an appointment with Kristen Lundquist, please email her at KLundquist[at]TheHeightsWellness[dot]com or call (202) 957-7108.
If you need immediate mental health support or are unable to keep yourself safe, please contact the DC Access HelpLine at 1-888-7WE-HELP or 1-888-793-4357, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255), or call 911 & ask to speak to the mental health worker on call.