All of us need help from time to time to see ourselves more clearly, and to develop new ways of living fuller, richer lives.

My focus is on helping you improve how you perceive and navigate life’s challenges, transitions, and relationships – with yourself, and with others. Our work together can help you develop new skills to create the life you want; enhance your relationships, friendships, or career; and move yourself toward greater abundance, authenticity, resilience, and depth. I’ll work with you in an honest and authentic way, integrating different approaches to suit your needs. Together with my nearly 25 years of experience as a psychologist and neuropsychologist, we’ll be a team to help you become more powerfully effective in moving past your obstacles and living the life you want.

Please contact me if you’d like to work together. Life is often far from easy, and living a full life can be even more elusive. I consider your call to be a major, healthy step for moving forward in your life.

 

   Marsha Lucas, PhD – Psychologist
1350 Connecticut Ave NW at Dupont Circle
Washington,
DC
20036

Phone: 202-331-3318

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In the Media

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As an advocate of psychological and physical well-being, Marsha is regularly interviewed and quoted in the media, in addition to teaching and speaking nationally.

Dr. Lucas is a licensed psychologist located in Dupont Circle in Washington, DC. She has more than twenty years of experience as a psychotherapist, providing psychological services including individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and counseling, as well as consultation and supervision to other psychologists and psychotherapists. Her work often focuses on healthier relationships and improved mood, especially related to depression and anxiety. She also offers workshops and seminars for high-level executives in the Washington, DC area and nationally, on topics such as stress management, work-life balance, improved relationships with employees and staff, healthier marital and family relationships, and increased efficacy, productivity and job satisfaction. Her psychotherapy office is located directly at the Dupont Circle Metro (South Entrance), and is easily accessible from areas including Bethesda, Chevy Chase, and Potomac, Maryland; Arlington, Fairfax, McLean, Vienna, and Tyson’s Corner, Virginia; and Capitol Hill, Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan, Farragut, Spring Valley, Georgetown, and the K Street Corridor in DC.