Hope Center for Wellness, LLC is a multicultural and bilingual mental health practice focused on holistic healing of individuals and communities, and strengthening the programmatic, clinical and wellness skills of organizations, schools, companies and government agencies. 

We serve clients from Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia. We support organizations from across the country. To ensure everyone is connected to services in their local community, we work with our partners from across the nation to connect clients from outside of the DC metro area to services.

We provide individual, group and family therapy in person or via TeleMental Health, mental health evaluations for immigration cases and training for organizations, schools and companies with a mission and vision to uplift communities.

Our clinical approach

We know every person is unique and as such the therapeutic process must be uniquely designed to cater to each client’s needs. Using evidenced-based practices including Trauma Informed Care, EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Strength-Based Therapeutic interventions, including Person-Centered Approach, Solution Focused and Narrative therapy and Mindfulness Based Approaches, among others, we strive to assist community members rise above the stressors that cause distress and suffering. We believe in people’s resilience, capacity, strengths and existing skills as drivers of change and tap into a client’s qualities when delivering therapeutic interventions. We believe the therapeutic process is a collaboration between therapist and client. Our approach to wellness is holistic and we work towards connecting clients to resources and services beyond mental health that will help them enhance their quality of life.

Our training approach 

We believe that people do the best they can with the resources they have. Our goal is to equip direct services providers, educators, organizers, paraprofessionals, and other staff, working with community members with the tools to help clients resolve the challenges they face and the tools to help as workers to manage their own challenges and distress caused by work. We believe that when we as providers are healthy, well, and informed, we can better serve community members.

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