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Brosky, Beverly, Psy.D.

Contact

Offices

5021 Seminary Road
Alexandria, VA 22311

Hours of Service

Daytime, Evenings

General Information

Gender: Female

Years in Practice: 15

License No: 0810003083

Education: American School of Professional Psychology

Degree: Psy.D.

Year Graduated: 2001

Additional Languages: English

Specialties

Abuse and Trauma

  • Abuse and Trauma
  • Adults Abused as Children
  • PTSD

Anxiety Disorders

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Generalized Anxiety/Worry
  • Panic and Agoraphobia
  • Social Anxiety
  • Specific Phobias
  • Stress Management

Addiction/Substance Abuse

  • Habit Control
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Weight Management/Overeating

Depressive Disorders

  • Mood Disorders
  • Death/Grief/Loss
  • Depression
  • Unemployment

Developmental/Attentional and related Problems

  • Aging

Medical/Health related

  • Chronic Illness/Pain
  • Medical Issues

OCD

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Obsessions/Compulsions

Services

Therapy

  • Individual

Age Groups

  • Adults (18-65 yrs)
  • Older Adults (65-on)

Approaches

  • Behavioral
  • Brief Therapy
  • Cognitive-Behavioral
  • Eclectic
  • EMDR
  • Experiential
  • Exposure and Response Prevention
  • Integrative/Holistic
  • Life Review for Aging Adults
  • Mindfulness/Eastern Philosophy
  • Relationship/Interpersonal

Business Services

  • Consultation to Businesses

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