Naomi LeVine, LCMFT
Therapist at Bethesda Counseling Services
Building and maintaining meaningful relationships with ourselves and with the people we care about is some of the greatest work we can do. It can also be the hardest. Together, we will work toward gaining deeper insight and making meaningful, sustainable change. My hope is that you’ll leave our time together feeling resilient, accomplished, and more compassionate towards yourself and the people in your life.
I work with adults and teens struggling with a wide range of issues, including life transitions, relationships, stress management, self-image, anxiety, trauma, grief, and burnout. Adolescence can feel like an especially tumultuous time, and I will use our sessions together to help you navigate those waves.
Additionally, I provide couples therapy to address needs ranging from premarital counseling to issues of infidelity, parenting, and communication. So many couples I’ve worked with feel stuck in interaction patterns that no longer serve them, leaving them wondering, “How did we get here?” My goal is to help you break down those old behavior patterns and rebuild new ones, based on a foundation of your shared values.
I tailor our work together to fit your needs using a blend of a few different therapy modalities, including acceptance and commitment therapy, experiential therapy, and emotionally focused therapy. My goal is to always use your strengths as our foundation. I value authenticity, empathy, and humor, and try to make sure all are present in our work together.
I was born and raised on the west coast of Florida and received my Bachelor’s degree in Family, Youth, and Community Sciences from the University of Florida. I attended the University of Maryland in College Park for my Master’s degree in Couple and Family Therapy. Outside the therapy room, I enjoy reading, being outside, playing music, and spending time with the people I love.
Clinical Degree: Licensed marriage and family therapist
Additional Trainings: Certified facilitator of the PREPARE/ENRICH program.