Mt Rainier, WA
Fairfax Crossroads Park
3611-C Chain Bridge Rd
Fairfax, VA 22030
703-691-0036

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Joe Cabush, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker, specializing in counseling/psychotherapy with adolescents, families, adults and groups. A graduate of American University and Smith College School for Social Work, he has provided behavioral health services to families in Northern Virginia since 1991. In addition to private practice, he currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Green Acres School and teaches at the Catholic University School of Social Service. He also serves on the board of Fairfax City Professionals. In the past, he has worked with the Fairfax County Health Care Alliance, developed the Preparation for Adult Careers and Education (PACE) program for high school students with emotional and learning disabilities, and worked for 11 years in indepent schools. He has facilitated over 4,200 group sessions with kids, listening to what they have to say about their lives. As a consultant to public and independent schools and primary care practices in Northern Virginia, Mr. Cabush works to bring people together to make a difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities. He also provides inservice and training on teens and mental health.

Contact: joecabush@gmail.com 703-691-0036

David Paul, MSW, LSW is a graduate-level social worker providing psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and families. A graduate of The Catholic University of America and Union Presbyterian Seminary, he has extensive experience working with young people.  David specializes in working with anxiety, depression, substance use, trauma, grief, loss and parenting and familial relationship issues.  David works collaboratively with clients providing a holistic lens in identifying barriers to living a fulfilled and meaningful life.  His practice is primarily informed by Attachment theory, Cognitive Behavioral Theory, and Mindfulness.  

David began his career working at an overnight summer camp as a Program Director working with wide variety of age groups from elementary kids to college aged young adults.  In addition, David served as Assistant Director of Youth Ministry in Raleigh, NC, serving over 500 youth in middle and high school.  While there, he directed youth service projects across the United States, in Russia, and Northern Ireland.  Following seminary, David worked with at-risk youth at Sasha Bruce YouthBuild in Washington, D.C. and interned at the McClendon Center, a mental health clinic, providing group therapy for young adults using the Men’s Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model. David works under the supervision of Joe Cabush, LCSW.

Contact: dapack78@gmail.com 202-294-4199


Dave Edwards, M.A. is a Master’s level resident counselor.  He has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, young adults and families. He has helped children and adolescents struggling with anxiety and depression and assists them in returning to a more functional and balanced state.  He approaches therapy from cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, and family systems perspectives as well as using expressive therapies such as art, play and sand tray. Dave also has experience working with children in the domain of professional soccer coaching. Throughout a 27-year coaching career Dave has coached children as young as 4 years of age to NCAA college athletes. In addition to coaching, Dave has helped young athletes resolve issues with self-confidence, self-esteem and anxiety in sports. Dave graduated from the M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Marymount University and completed his BSc. In Sports Science from Staffordshire University in England. Dave works under the supervision of Joe Cabush, LCSW.

Contact: dave@spsoccer.net  703-309-2075


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