Stephanie Gosselin, M.S. LMFT

(703) 982-0286

Stephanie Gosselin is a seasoned clinician with over 20 years of experience working in private practice, civilian for-profit and non-profit settings, academic, military, and mental health settings. She holds licenses as a Marriage and Family Therapist in the states of Virginia, California, Colorado, and the District of Columbia; and as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the District of Columbia. Her Masters in Counseling Degree was earned from San Diego State University; and her undergraduate Psychology Degree was earned from the University of New Hampshire. During her illustrious career, she was a guest speaker at conference, clinical workshops, grand rounds, academic and medical institutions, and community settings. She has also provided individual and group supervision to interns and licensed clinicians. As an Assistant Professor, she was the Clinical Director of The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies: Licensed Professional Counselor Program at Regis University in Denver, Colorado. As Adjunct Faculty, she taught undergraduate students at San Francisco State University, and at California State University, Hayward. In 1996, she was the recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award at Regis University.

Stephanie believes that we are spiritual beings having human experiences in present, past, and future lifetimes. The journey in consciousness involves the healing of the heart, soul, mind, and body. Such integration serves to illuminate our genuine selves and brighten our inner spiritual light; a light that illuminates our true selves as soul. And thus, her clinical work with clients is done with utmost reverence, mindfulness, compassion, and kindness. Authentic healing and the care of children, couples, and families are truly sacred processes that she offers to the world.

Psychodynamic, Transpersonal, and Depth work are all part of her repertoire. Attachment theory is of particular significance in her work with children, adolescents, and adults. As a systems oriented
psychotherapist, she enjoys working with individuals intra-psychically and subsequently, within the context of couple and family units. The healing of trauma has been a significant component of her clinical work with people. Additional healing modalities used may include Reiki, meditation, guided visualization, and hypnotherapy techniques.

Her immense love for the ocean and her sentient beings; hikes in the pristine silence of nature; dancing; as well as, reading literature; are avocations that rejuvenate her being.