Mount Vernon Counseling Center
"Knowing is not enough; we must apply.
Wishing is not enough; We must do."
Our therapy for individuals provides a safe, caring, and confidential environment for patients to work one-on-one with a therapist. Patients will be able to explore their own mind and psyche by talking about their feelings, beliefs, and behaviors. Our mental health experts will guide and support the patient through challenging or influential emotions.
Counseling for couples in all different stages of the relationship can bring calm to stressed couple. Early when every thing is new and later when every thing grows and changes.
The parent counseling methods we use at the Mount Vernon Counseling Center focus on developing positive parenting experiences that will help connect you with your child/children. Parents will be shown how to create strategies for their children to cope with emotions and create healthy relationships with those around them. We want parents to be confident about the relationship between them and their child/children.
The dynamic between teenagers and their families can be complex, but our team of counselors at the Mount Vernon Counseling Center will help both sides understand each sides struggles. Teenagers face obstacles that aren’t clear sometimes to their parents and so we are here to guide these teens on how to better manage his or her emotions effectively. We will help these teenage patients create a comprehensive plan to promote balanced mental health.
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“Most people prefer the certainty of misery to the misery of uncertainty”
Our counselors at Mount Vernon use a combination of Interpersonal and psychodynamic/psychotherapy approaches to help our patients work through a wide range of mental health symptoms including: depression, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, ADHD, eating disorders, trauma and PTSD, and relationship struggles.
This method has you and one of our professional therapists examine your thoughts and determine how adaptive they are. This involves identifying and evaluating negatively skewed thought patterns, then providing methods for replacing those unhealthy patterns with new, helpful ones. Cognitive behavioral therapy may be done one-on-one, or in groups with family members or with people who have similar issues.
Family therapy can enhance skills required for healthy family functioning, including communication, conflict resolution, and problem-solving. Improving these skills for each member of the family increases the potential for success in overcoming or addressing family problems. At the Mount Vernon Counseling Center our focus is on providing all family members with the tools they need to facilitate healing.
Combining medication and therapy can be more effective than treatment alone in some situations. The Mount Vernon Counseling Center has a focus of the combination of these two treatment methods in order to provide our patients with the most efficient options to treat his or her mental health problems. More and more psychiatrists have been utilizing the combination method. Success rates of only one type of treatment are relatively low, and therefore we recommend using both therapy and medication.
Meet the Team
Ehsan Habibpour, M.D.
Child, Aolescent and Adult Psychiatrist.
He focuses on anxiety and depressive disorders, ADHD and Autism. He is skilled in combining psychotherapy with medication management.(Read more...)
Monique Deely, LCSW
Child and Adolescent and Adult Therapist.
Monique is a licensed clinical social worker with 18 years of experience working with children, adolescents and their families in outpatient behavioral health, residential and hospice care settings.(Read more...)
Mandana Roushanmeidan, M.Ed., BCBA
I am a board certified behavioral analyst and therapist with nearly a decade of experience working with and treating children and adults with behavioral and psychological challenges. I am also leading New Wave Program at McLean Counseling Center.(Read more...)
Amanda Roberts Ph,D, MA
Dr. Amanda Roberts has 34 years of experience in the mental health field and 20 years of deep immersion and expertise in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy, EMDR.(Read more...)
Steffanie Kelshaw, LPC
Stephanie Kelshaw, LPC, CSAC is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor with over three years of clinical experience. She has worked with adolescents and adults in a university mental health facility, outpatient substance abuse clinics, and a residential substance abuse facility.(Read more...)
Becoming Father’s Program
The focus of the Fathers’ Forum Men’s Group for new fathers is to share and explore with a small group of men our hopes, aspirations and challenges of being fathers.
Silence Your OCD Program
In Our comprehensive Silence your OCD program with
integrate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and family therapy based on a method from the Yale University. We monitor progress closely and if needed we consider optimizing treatment with medication intervention.
New Wave Program
New Wave Program uses Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) to address wide range of behavioral problems. People have got benefit from ABA to treat their phobias ( Fear of height, flying or public speaking) to treat social and communication difficulties related to Autism spectrum.