Kasey Best, B.S, M.C.

PO Box QQ, McLean, VA 22101


Phone: 703-909-7676


Kasey Best is a resident in Marriage and Family Therapy who earned a B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Utah and a Master’s Degree in Counseling with an emphasis in Marital and Family Therapy from the University of Phoenix.

She works with individuals of all ages, couples, and families. Her goal is to provide concise, compassionate, and confidential therapy, which will enhance the lives of her clients. She works with her clients to help build satisfying relationships through the Cognitive Behavioral and Family Systems models of psychotherapy. Ms. Best believes that change in any relationship first starts with the self.

Ms. Best, in conjunction with the YMCA, has provided pycho-educational groups for children and adolescents, focusing on self-worth, communication, and academics. Additionally, she also has spent much time counseling individual children and facilitating psycho-educational groups at various elementary schools. She has co-facilitated anger management groups for adolescent girls and adults and has led parenting classes. She enjoys providing pre-marital counseling for couples and works with families, focusing on communication issues in the home.

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