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Ric & Rudy have been together for over 20 years and are a very family-oriented couple. Ric & Rudy are proud Dad’s to a beautiful young woman, Victoria.

Both moving to Washington DC during their time in the military, Ric & Rudy have lived in the DC area for over 20 years. Rudy is a Navy Veteran of 20 years and hails from Grapevine, TX and Ric is an Army veteran who hails from Pensacola, FL.

Both Ric & Rudy have a background in the medical field.  Ric has worked in hospitals with is military training while Rudy has a background in physical therapy from his time in the Navy. During 2020 Ric & Rudy decided to change focus and follow an interest in helping others through massage. Both graduated from the American Massage & Bodywork Institute in 2021.

Ric & Rudy remain dedicated to their craft in massage therapy and continue their education learning different massage modalities. Ric & Rudy works with each client establishing the perfect therapeutic plan to achieve the clients’ goals.  Working with each client closely to ensure our client knows exactly what to expect out of each session.

When Ric & Rudy are not working with their clients to help them achieve their goals, you can find them out in their community raising money for local LGTBQ Charities, hanging out with friends, or traveling the world and simply enjoying life together.

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Dr. Wayne Bullock has been providing therapy since 2009 and have sought out extensive specialized training to be able to make sure that the experience they provide allows for you to not only reduce distressing feelings, but to improve your life beyond where you started. Dr. Bullock has spent his entire career focused on working to solve the underlying problems that cause people to feel anxious, depressed, or overwhelmed. Dr. Bullock has completed his doctorate in clinical psychology and masters in human sexuality at Widener University in 2014 and then moved to NYC to pursue two years of intensive psychoanalytic post-doctoral training. He moved to DC in 2016. He’s excited to provide exceptional therapeutic experiences helping you to reach your goals and live a more full life. Dr. Bullock specializes in LGBTQ+ concerns, sex & sexuality, trauma, depression, and anxiety.

Dr. Bullock is passionate about therapy and connecting with people who take the step to show up to do this work because he’s witnessed time and again over the last 12 years how impactful and life-changing the work is. The experience of witnessing others realize how much they have changed from the process of therapy reminds him of how much we all need someone to help us to fully see ourselves and to have a space to make changes in our lives to get where we want to go. Or sometimes to help us know where we want to go. Dr. Bullock is looking forward to meeting you, and working collaboratively on making the changes you want for a more fulfilled and meaningful life.

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Arlington DC Behavior Therapy Institute are psychologists who relieve suffering and improve lives using Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based treatments. Our extensive clinical, research and teaching experience combine to offer you the highest quality psychotherapy for a variety of problems. Contact us for a free 30-minute initial consultation in person or by video teletherapy.

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Dr. Teeters offers a warm, compassionate, and non-judgmental therapeutic environment and believes not just in helping individuals overcome difficulties, but in helping individuals to thrive and live their best lives. His work focuses on supporting individuals to get and stay healthy, to recover from or adjust to injury or illness, manage stress, move through trauma, and/or cope with acute and chronic health and medical conditions. Dr. Teeters specializes in working with and treating individuals with gastrointestinal disorders (e.g., IBS, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis) and providing LGBTQIA+ affirming care. Dr. Teeters also has extensive experience in treating anxiety, depression, OCD, and trauma. He also provides compassionate and affirmative therapy with the kink, poly, and pro-sex communities.

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Annandale: 703-560-2850 Chevy Chase: 301-652-7700Annandale: 703-560-2850 Chevy Chase: 301-652-7700
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At Center for Plastic Surgery, the highly trained medical staff and board-certified plastic surgeons provide unparalleled care and service for their patients in the Washington D.C. area. With 2 locations in Maryland and Northern Virginia, they offer surgical procedures including breast augmentation, tummy tuck, liposuction, facelift, and rhinoplasty, as well as nonsurgical treatments including BOTOX® Cosmetic and dermal fillers.

Visit their website today for more information!

James H. French Jr., MD, FACS

G. Wesley Price, MD, FACS

Samir S. Rao, MD

Frank P. Albino, MD

Arjun P. Kanuri, MD

Their two locations:

– 3299 Woodburn Road, Suite 490
Annandale, VA 22003
– 5550 Friendship Blvd, Suite 130
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
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Since 2001, Cynthia Way has had her own coach/facilitator/trainer business called Way To Go! Inc.  During Covid, she launched Les Ladies,LLC, which arose out of her passion to work with the community of women who love women.

Cynthia is committed to taking all the skills and training that she’s used to help leaders in organizations have better relationships, deal with conflict, manifest their goals and dreams, align with their passion and purpose, plus all the personal development training she’s had over the last 35 years, roll it all together to help women who love women find, create and maintain healthy, loving relationships.

Cynthia is a Master Certified Coach, the highest level of credentialing as certified by the International Coaches Federation. Besides neuroscience, her work is grounded in social and emotional intelligence, spiritual principles and various relationship modalities to include cognitive behavioral therapy.

Cynthia identifies as pansexual, lesbian and homoflexible.  Cynthia uses the pronouns she/her/hers.

If you identify as a woman who loves women, please join her free virtual
community at community.lesladies.com geared towards women who are on the path of self-awareness and personal development. You can also join her meetup at http://www.meetup.com/lesladies.

Cynthia Way, MCC
Coach & Trainer
703-626-9228
http://www.lesladies.com
http://www.waytogoconsulting.com

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Bethany Schwartz, a life and leadership coach, works with her clients to create profoundly fulfilling lives and exceptional business outcomes. She partners with individuals and work groups employing thought-provoking life and business transformation practices for achieving sustainable change.

 

Drawing on three decades of personal and organizational transformation experience, Bethany partners with clients to assess, reimagine and attain exceptional performance and fulfilment.

 

Leveraging very personal lessons gained during her mid-career transition from male to female, Bethany facilitates client growth with a deep appreciation of the courage and resourcefulness required for building and thriving in an awakened life.

 

Bethany’s credentials include a Masters of Organization Development, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, and Certified Professional Diversity Practitioner.

 

To reach Bethany Schwartz please contact her at:

Bethany1@radactcoach.com

925-818-9802

Alternative Email:

Radactbiz@gmail.com

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Lloyd Raines has been a seasoned practitioner in leadership development for over 30 years and a Master Certified Coach (ICF) since 2004. He works holistically with leaders, appreciating their unique style and capabilities, while bringing to awareness their blindsides and how to address them. He studies leader innovations globally and draws from them to support a leader’s flourishing and positive impact with others. Clients speak of Lloyd’s calm presence, refreshing curiosity, insightful observations, and focus on bringing about changes that serve strategic goals. Within the safety of relationships, he challenges leaders to do what they aspire to do and contribute with others the full wingspan of their collective capabilities.

 

While in the Army and in Vietnam, Lloyd was on the receiving end of many leadership styles—some effective, others not. He became interested in how people use power in positions of authority. Soon after his tour of duty, he began his undergrad and grad studies in psychology and justice for a deeper understanding of power and leadership. He became director of a non-profit working with juvenile offenders in Washington, DC. Then for two years he taught cops at the Metropolitan Police Training Academy as an adjunct instructor through American University. Shortly afterwards, he was tapped to be Director of the Washington Semester Justice Program at AU where he taught (for five years) honors students from across the country.  While there he learned through feedback from students more effective ways of using his own authority and power in service to learning and development.

 

He is a founding faculty member of Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Program and the Institute for Transformational Leadership. He taught in that program until 2012. Also, for 10 years he taught adult students a unique course he designed on business and professional ethics through University of Maryland University College.

 

Over the span of his career, he has coached well over 1000 leaders from an internationally diverse group of business, government, and NGO organizations. He has travelled extensively in Asia and Europe, and a smattering of travel in the Middle East, South America, and Africa. In his private life he reads widely and enjoys the arts, writes on leadership, enjoys international travel with his wife and two artistic daughters, and is always open for a good, leisurely café conversation. He was spiritually mentored for 18 years by his venerable chocolate Lab.

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Personally, I’ve always been a listening ear, counsel, and confidant. After years of doing great work, yet still unfulfilled, I chose to develop that which is innate within me, while still making a difference in someone’s life and the world. The path to becoming a life coach was an absolutely transformative experience, and I’m here to share that magic with my clients.

 

As a coach, I work with my clients to not only articulate and achieve their goals, but to excel and shine while doing so.  My clients and I mine their values to uncover what’s truly meaningful to them, and honor it. I help clients navigate career change, major life transitions like big moves and relationship ruptures, medical issues, business growth, stifled creativity, and even just living a stable, balanced life in this fucked up world where everything is questionable. I can coach my client on whatever they need in order to live their best life. I call this value-based living. In addition to value-based living, my practice also focuses on two niche areas: gender & sexuality and diversity & inclusion in the workplace, and I’m happy to share more about those if you think they are applicable to your or an acquaintance’s life or workplace.

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Dr. Marian Jordan is a pediatric dentist and patients see her for a host of reasons, such as tooth decays, fillings, pediatric tooth extractions, and other pediatric dental emergencies. Dr. Jordan graduated from Howard University, where she earned her dental degree. She is certified by the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and is a proud member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Dr. Jordan aims to get children genuinely excited about their dental care. Most importantly, she is patient with them and takes the time to get to know their specific needs. The best part of her day is helping an apprehensive child through their dental treatment and seeing them leave happy with a big smile.

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