Samantha Madhosingh, Psy.D.

Samantha Madhosingh, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist and professional coach with expertise in child development, family issues, parenting, and trauma. She has a private practice in Washington, DC and Northern Virginia providing an array of therapeutic services to adults, children, adolescents and families. Dr. Madhosingh has worked in multiple mental health care settings, including as an administrator at a psychiatric hospital, a clinical administrator for a mental health agency, and as a clinical psychologist in a school. She has served as an adjunct faculty...

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Kelley O'Gorman is an individual & couples therapist who uses systemic patterns and family dynamics to understand how we make sense of relationships. She also studies the brain and its connections to emotions O'Gorman began her professional career in advertising, where she discovered her love for working with people. From there, she worked in marketing, market research, and retail design. After having her second child, she returned to graduate school to pursue an MA in Counseling Psychology from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon....

Ben Dattner, Ph.D.

Dr. Dattner is an organizational psychologist and workplace consultant. He essentially applies psychotherapy to the workplace, helping individuals and organizations to do their job better. His consulting services enable organizations to make better hiring and staffing decisions, enhance the professional capabilities of managers and employees, configure teams more effectively, and reduce the amount of interpersonal and intergroup conflict. Dr. Dattner received a B.A. in Psychology from Harvard College, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from New York University. He is an...

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Faith Deeter, MFT

Faith Deeter, MFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist, author, speaker, and transformational trainer who specializes in inspiring and teaching in the areas of personal development and relationships with an emphasis of principles found in nature. Deeter is a life coach for Peak Potentials the world’s fastest growing personal development company helping people to achieve financial freedom. She is the founder of Galloping Through Life therapeutic horseback riding program. She offers seminars on relationships, parenting, goal achievement, and leadership trainings for at-risk teens;...

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One of the most important parts of the journey to finding true love is faith.

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