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Office space now available
for subletting in Washington, DC.

Please contact me for more information about office subletting opportunities for mental health professionals at 1350 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 604.


Dr. Elizabeth Crunk

With warm greetings, I welcome you to my website. I provide psychotherapy to adults in Washington, DC, who are bereaved or who have experienced a loss. I specialize in treating a range of grief responses and types of loss, from "common" grief reactions to complications in grief, grief stemming from the loss of a difficult or conflicted relationship, pet loss, relationship dissolution, family estrangement, and life transitions. My specialized clinical training and thirteen years of research experience in grief and loss equip me to help individuals to navigate these challenging experiences.

I also work with clients experiencing relationship and family-of-origin concerns, as well as with individuals who would like to live more authentically, gain more self-compassion and self-acceptance, and develop healthier boundaries.


My office is conveniently located in DuPont Circle by the DuPont metro station. Please contact me to schedule a free, brief phone consultation.

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Prolonged and debilitating feelings of grief following the death of a loved one

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"Living losses," such as relationship loss, identity loss, or family estrangement

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Feelings of grief following a significant life event or phase-of-life concern, such as retirement

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"Common" grief reactions, depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, intimacy/relationship concerns, breakup recovery, family estrangement, self-esteem, family of origin concerns, chronic illness, stress

Contact Me

My office is conveniently located in DuPont Circle near the DuPont South metro station on the red line.

Please call or e-mail me for a free 15-minute phone consultation or to schedule an appointment. If you are experiencing a crisis, please call 911.

(240) 342-6802

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