Meet the Team
Our dedicated team at GMS Therapy, LLC is comprised of seasoned professionals who bring a wealth of experience and a diverse array of therapeutic approaches to our practice. We are a community of compassionate psychotherapists who believe deeply in the power of human connection and resilience. Our collective goal is to provide an empathetic, nurturing space for individuals, couples, and families to explore their emotional experiences and foster personal and relational growth.
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Arnyis Woodberry, MSW, LGSW
Arnyis Woodberry is a seasoned clinician who has served children and families for over 20 years in the District of Columbia. Her portrayal of family life is exemplified through her work with children and families and has always been committed to working with this population. Ms. Woodberry counts it a joy to provide this training model to colleagues and to provide the service to children and families.
Ms. Woodberry has experience working with behavioral concerns, attachment concerns, changing family dynamics, adoption, trauma, grief, depressive symptoms, and anxiety symptoms. She works alongside families to develop a path forward and focuses on supporting families with children 2-7 as well as offer parenting support for all ages.
Ms. Woodberry is trained in the following evidence-based models:
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy-Toddler
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
Ms. Woodberry is currently a Level 1 Trainer for PCIT. Ms. Woodberry became a Certified PCIT Clinician in 2013 and a PCIT Level 1 trainer for the District of Columbia in 2014. As a Level 1 trainer, Ms. Woodberry provides ongoing supervision and training to clinicians providing PCIT to families in the District of Columbia.
Ms. Woodberry is affiliated with the PIECE program with the Department of Behavioral Health where she offers specialized therapy for young children 0-7 yrs old, with their parents.
Ms. Woodberry earned her BSW degree from Norfolk State University, School of Social Work in 1995 and MSW Degree from Howard University School of Social Work in 1999.
Ms. Woodberry loves spending quality time with her family.
A child can teach an adult three things: to be happy for no reason, to always be curious, and to fight tirelessly for something.
At the core of my therapeutic philosophy is the belief that our life experiences, both challenging and enriching, offer invaluable insights that can lead to profound healing. I see each person as a unique story, and through the lens of their experiences, we unravel the threads of their journey. These experiences, even the most difficult ones, provide us with wisdom and resilience that can be harnessed for growth. By embracing our experiences and exploring their impact in a safe and supportive therapeutic space, we can foster understanding, self-compassion, and ultimately, healing. Together, we embark on a journey of self-discovery, using life's experiences as guides toward a more fulfilling and empowered life.