Pyschotherapy for adolescents and adults                                                                     Claire Felps, MA, LCPC, NCC 

Metamorphosis Counseling, LLC
 

"Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly"

Welcome to Metamorphosis Counseling!

If you have been struggling in your personal or professional life, 
I can help. 

It is not easy to ask for help, but in working with me you will find a safe, confidential environment that fosters growth and personal development.


My name is Claire, and I am a therapist in the Rockville, Maryland area and the owner of Metamorphosis Counseling. My goal is to help you find your best self! My strengths-focused approach relies on insight and working towards goals that we set together. I take a holistic approach and can help you in both your personal and professional life. Working with me will help you to overcome struggles and improve your life in areas such as:


  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Persistent relationship or family difficulties
  • Increasing self-esteem 
  • Reducing self-harm behaviors 
  • Struggling with gender identity or sexual orientation 
  • STD Counseling for women who have been recently diagnosed with an STD
  • Stress reduction techniques and time management tools 
  • Managing the symptoms of ADHD to increase efficiency 
  • Mindfulness techniques to help make lasting changes in your life 
  • Career related mental health stress and anxiety 

Together we will work to uncover and to resolve the specific problems and triggers that you are experiencing in the context of your personal history. As your counselor, I will assist you to develop and implement a plan to help you move forward and feel more fulfilled personally and professionally. 

Metamorphosis Counseling is an LGTBQ-friendly practice where your identity is respected.


Call me for a free phone consultation or to schedule an appointment! 
240-498-9282
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