Naomi Stahl

Naomi Stahl, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Pronouns: She/Her
Populations Served: Adults
Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Relationships
Locations: Virtual

Dr. Stahl earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from the APA-accredited program at American University in Washington, DC. She also earned a Master’s degree in Psychology from American University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Dartmouth College. She is licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in Virginia.

Dr. Stahl completed an APA-accredited postdoctoral fellowship at the Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center and an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship at the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System. In these positions, Dr. Stahl worked with a diverse population of Veterans and provided individual, group, and couples psychotherapy, as well as administered psychological evaluations and crisis intervention. Additionally, Dr. Stahl has worked in a variety of settings including a community mental health center, a university counseling center, and a private practice.

Dr. Stahl works collaboratively with clients and incorporates humor, authenticity, and flexibility in her approach. She integrates strategies from a variety of evidence-based therapies, including Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Dialectical Behavior (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment (ACT), and Motivational Interviewing. Dr. Stahl has completed specialized training in trauma and is a certified provider in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT). She has received training in a number of additional evidence-based therapies, including CBT for Insomnia, CBT for Chronic Pain, CBT for Substance Use, Exposure & Response Prevention, and Social Skills Training. In her work with couples, Dr. Stahl utilizes the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy and Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy (IBCT) and has completed the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy (GMCT) Level I training.

Her treatment specialties include: depression, anxiety, trauma/post-traumatic stress disorder, relationship issues, adjustment difficulties, insomnia, substance use, work/life balance, and concerns or issues affecting one’s quality of life.