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Karla Albracht, MSW, LCSW

Karla Albracht, MSW, LCSW is a bilingual (English/Spanish) licensed clinical social worker. Mrs. Albracht works primarily with pre-school through elementary school children who are experiencing depression, anxiety, abuse/neglect, aggression, maladaptive social skills, developmental delays, learning disorders, and maladjustment to divorce and blended families. Mrs. Albracht is trained in both play and sand therapy. She strongly promotes a collaborative approach with parents. Please contact her at 703-352-8538 to schedule an appointment.

Lori L. Bain LPC, LMFT

Lori L. Bain LPC, LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a licensed professional counselor who works with individuals, families, and children. She earned her master's degree from Virginia Tech in Family and Child Development and is a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Ms. Bain's specialties include work with school age children, couples issues, personal stress, grief, and depression. She also has significant experience working in the areas of play therapy, and with children with developmental delays. Ms. Bain can be reached at 703-352-9847.

Kimberly Close-Jensen, LCSW

Kimberly Close-Jensen, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years of direct clinical practice experience. Ms. Close-Jensen has worked with individuals, families, and groups across the life-span, with diverse strengths and needs. She has experience in working with youth and adults with complex mental health and medical needs. She utilizes evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Trauma-Focussed CBT to address a myriad of issues and concerns such as anxiety, depression, substance use, self-harming and suicidal behaviors, trauma, and serious mental illness. She has experience working with young children using play-based interventions. She works collaboratively with parents when working with children and adolescents. She takes a strengths-based approach to her work and seeks to identify resiliency factors in the individuals and families she serves. Ms. Close-Jensen can be reached at 703-352-8536.

Kate Hoffinger, MS

Kate Hoffinger, MS is a licensed resident in marriage and family therapy. She is currently working towards her state licensure. She has been working in private practice for over two years. Her specialties include working with couples, young adolescents, and blended families. Kate provides couples, family, and individual counseling. She graduated with her master’s in marriage and family therapy with distinction from Capella University. Kate follows a “one size does not fit all” approach and tailors therapy to the specific needs of clients. She can be reached at 240-424-5661.


Brian Marvin, LCSW

Brian Marvin, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker. He has extensive experience working in various settings and areas of practice including outpatient substance abuse, employee assistance, schools, community mental health and child/adolescent treatment programs. Brian specializes in providing psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, solution-focused, and family systems therapy to families, individuals and adolescents with a wide range of problems, and he offers services that emphasize the individual strengths of each client. Brian works in a collaborative way with clients to explore options or solutions for issues related to parenting, single parent fathers, marital or family conflict, separation and divorce, chronic or terminal illness, grief and loss, anger, anxiety, depression, substance abuse and co-dependence. Brian can be reached at 703-352-9896.

Tracie Reyes, MS

Tracie Reyes, MS is a resident in counseling under the supervision of Lori Bain, working towards becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia. She received her bachelor’s in Psychology from Marymount University and a master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. Her specialty is incorporating cultural sensitivity into her work to accommodate and respect differences in opinion, values, and attitudes of various cultures. She believes that the quality of the relationship between the therapist and the client-therapeutic alliance, is one of the most powerful sources of change and healing. She uses a variety of strength-based approaches and draw from narrative play, sand tray, and behavioral techniques to promote the social well-being of her clients. In addition, she uses meditation and cognitive-behavioral skills to improve the psychological and emotional aspects of her clients, in all age ranges. Areas of expertise include: ADHD, anger, anxiety, behavioral issues, depression, oppositional defiance, peer relationships, self-esteem, selective mutism, stress, suicidal ideation, and trauma. She also facilitates a weekly Social Skills group for children and provides parenting support in her sessions. Tracie can be reached at 703-383-0115.

Kathy Stevens, MA, LPC

Kathy Stevens, MA, LPC is a licensed clinical therapist who works with individuals, couples, families, and children. With over 25 years in a variety of social service organizations, she offers a broad range of knowledge and experience in addressing multiple life issues, including relationship, parenting, family conflict, domestic and childhood abuse, divorce, depression and anxiety. Trained in play therapy and experiential therapy, she also works with children who experience adjustment issues, anxiety, depression, learning disabilities, or developmental delays. Kathy can be reached at 703-352-8537.




The Arbor Center, PLC is a group of independent practitioners who are solely responsible for their own clinical work.

The Arbor Center, 10400 Eaton Place #420, Fairfax, Virginia 22030
703-352-8900