Dr. Foresman enjoys working with insightful individuals ages 16 and older. She has interest in working with individuals struggling with depression, grief/loss and trauma, those experiencing relational or interpersonal concerns, sexual assault/abuse, mild to moderate disordered eating behaviors, and substance use concerns.
Couples Therapy: Dr. Foresman has completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and utilizes that approach in her work.
Maternal Mental Health: Dr. Foresman has completed the PSI and 2020 Mom Professional Maternal Mental Health Certificate Training.
Dr. Foresman utilizes an eclectic approach to therapy. She pulls from her psychodynamically-oriented training and incorporates elements of interpersonal psychotherapy, motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral strategies as well as mindfulness techniques into her work.
She works to help individuals gain a better understanding of themselves, what motivates their actions and relationship styles in an effort to work towards positive change. Dr. Foresman has experience working with a diverse client population and takes pride in providing a safe space for POC and LGBTQ+ individuals.
Dr. Foresman graduated with a B.S. in Psychology from Virginia Tech in 2008, completed her Masters and Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology at The George Washington University, graduating in August 2012.
Dr. Foresman then completed her training with a post-doc at the University of Virginia.