Dr. Goldberg, Psy.D., received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Albany in Albany, NY and his Master of Educational Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At this time, he did research on ADHD and has published on this area with Duke University. Dr. Goldberg received his Doctor of Psychology degree from the Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology, comprised of the College of William & Mary, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Old Dominion University and Norfolk State University. During graduate school, Dr. Goldberg first worked with veterans at the Hampton, VAMC and later completed his APA accredited internship at the Albany Consortium that includes the Albany VAMC. He also has done prominent research on how marriages change over time with Dr. David Olson in Minnesota. Dr. Goldberg’s current clinical interests include depression, grief issues, problem solving therapies, psychodynamic psychotherapy, crisis intervention and couples/marital therapy. He has worked with thousands of patients with a wide variety of disorders, and has worked in multiple settings. These settings include inpatient, partial hospitalization, outpatient, Veteran Affairs Medical Centers (VAMC), Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Ft. Belvoir Community Hospital, college counseling centers, and in private practice. He has experience in providing assessment and individual treatment in Primary Care, providing group and individual therapy, case management, supervision of students, and compensation evaluations along with expert testimony. Dr. Goldberg has also taught at the University level, published articles in psychology, and has completed a book entitled “The ABC’s of Mental Health.” Go here to read full curriculum vita.
Dr. Teresa Correia, Psy.D., is a Counseling Psychologist practicing in Old Town Alexandria. She specializes in strengths-based, solution focused therapy for adults and couples. Her areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, relationship-related concerns and ADHD. She also provides psychological assessments for diagnostic clarification and ADHD.
Dr. Vienna Nightingale, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist. She has over 25-years of experience serving in different capacities as an advocate, researcher, and therapist for people who are often disadvantaged and marginalized. She received her Bachelor of Arts from George Mason University and her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Illinois Institute of Technology. She completed her APA accredited internship at the VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare & Vanderbilt University Consortium where she worked primarily with veterans with chronic PTSD and comorbid chronic health conditions including coronary artery disease, diabetes, and HIV. She has conducted research on depression and exercise in people with coronary artery disease; traumatic stress and posttraumatic growth in people living with HIV; childhood sexual abuse and its long term impact on physical health and health related behaviors; gender based violence and sexual assault in military populations; and stigma and implicit bias in people who work in healthcare settings.
In clinical practice, she enjoys working with individuals who are working through challenges related to PTSD, traumatic stress, anxiety, depression, and substance misuse and dependence, adjustment to major life changes, and interpersonal dynamics. She has been trained in, and is comfortable using: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, biofeedback, cognitive behavioral therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Narrative Exposure Therapy, Prolonged Exposure Therapy, and Relaxation Techniques. She brings a humanistic and systems approach to therapy while using the appropriate cognitive behavioral techniques to meet the needs of her clients. She has experience conducting a broad range of evaluations including: patient eligibility for organ transplants, refugees seeking asylum, disability evaluations, cognitive and abilities assessments, and diagnostic evaluations.
Dr. Adnan Durrani, MD., is a psychiatrist who did his residency at Einstein Healthcare Network in Pennsylvania. He specializes in anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, Schizophrenia OCD, PTSD, Substance Use Disorders and various other life crises. Dr. Durrani has treated a wide array of psychiatric disorders including depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizoaffective Disorder, Schizophrenia, substance use Disorders, ADHD, Anxiety Disorders and Sleep Disorders. He strives to treat all of his patients with the kindness, empathy and patience that they deserve. His sessions are never rushed so that he can focus on helping you help yourself for a lasting remission. He sees both adults and children. Dr. Durrani also speaks Hindi, Urdu, Pashto, and Punjabi.
Dr. Alfred Burnett, LCSW, earned his Master of Social work from Fordham University, in New York City, and his Doctor of Health Science from Nova Southeastern University in Florida. He believes therapy is a journey, one that can be painful, challenging and difficult, yet ultimately exciting, and fulfilling. He also knows the therapist can act a mentor, good parent, guide, support and a witness, much of which many of us have rarely or never received. He also believes in order to build the therapeutic relationship both you and he are active participants. Alfred has extensive experience working with adolescents, men, athletes, families struggling with their children and the LGBT community. Alfred employs numerous modalities, from Self-Psychology, Gestalt, Psychodrama, and psychodynamic therapy. Alfred works out of our Vienna location and is bilingual (Spanish).
Dr. Tatyana Cottle, Ph.D., LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor with extensive experience working with children, adolescents, individual adults, families, and couples with a variety of cultural backgrounds and who are struggling with mental health issues. She specializes in working with individuals who are going through life transitions, are survivors of trauma and/or abuse, or who are experiencing relationship challenges, depression, anxiety, and ADHD. Dr. Cottle also speaks Russian