Steven B. Singer, LPC, CAADC is a licensed psychotherapist and a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Treatment Counselor. Steven is a seasoned behavioral health clinician with over 30 years of experience in the counseling field. His therapeutic approach is informed from his career experiences in counseling incarcerated juvenile and adult offenders, law enforcement, child protective services, community mental health, non-profits and school counseling. Steven’s primary orientation is Cognitive-behavioral therapy and believes the development of a strong, trusting therapeutic relationship is the key to successful therapeutic outcomes.
Steven is also a Critical Incident Stress Management practitioner. He has provided on-site crisis and consultative services to public, private and non-profit organizations in metropolitan Washington, DC, the Northern Shenandoah Valley and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. In addition to the Master of Counselor Education, Steve holds the Master of Public Administration degree with work experience in local, county and state government. He has provided services to first responders since the beginning of his career in clinical counseling.
Steven is currently accepting new clients who are dealing with depression, anxiety, mood instability, work/career related problems, public safety worker related issues, post-traumatic stress disorder and substance use disorders. He also provides family counseling, works with adolescents and their parents on family and school related issues, and caters to the unique needs of the geriatric population.
Steven spends his time off working out, listening to music, and riding his motorcycle.