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Oxana-Holtmann
City/Cities:
Bethesda
State(s):
Maryland
Therapy Types:
Couples, Individual
Therapy Methods:
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Oxana Holtmann – Clinical Graduate Intern

Oxana has a deep interest in working with individuals and couples who feel stuck and searching for a new purpose and meaning in their relationships and work. Indications may include anxiety,depression, lack of intimacy, grieving, and general emotional and energetic flatness.

Oxana also has broad experience working with globally mobile professionals and multicultural
families. Her workshops and presentations at international organizations like Families in Global
Transition and the World Bank have empowered individuals to navigate the complexities of cross-cultural experiences.

In her counseling, Oxana pays special attention to her clients; mind-body integration, reconnecting with the core energies, and exploring the unconscious mental forces of imagination, dreams, fantasies, impulses, and emotions.

Oxana was privileged to study various psychological modalities with world-class teachers: body and emotional intelligence with Gay and Katie Hendricks; Jungian psychology with several distinguished Jungian analysts; and Conscious Leadership with Conscious Leadership Group
faculty. For exploring sex and intimacy issues, Oxana closely follows the work of Jack Morin, Esther Perel, and Terry Real.
Currently pursuing her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Marymount University, Oxana is dedicated to expanding her skills and knowledge in mental health.
Outside work, Oxana enjoys writing, singing, dancing, and improv theater. Oxana is also the author of “Shake It Up”; a journal that encourages readers to refresh and rediscover themselves through wonder and body-mind adventures.