Anneka Buehler, Rejoining the Team Soon!

Individual, Couples & Family Psychotherapist

Anneka Buehler (she/her) is a Clinical Counseling Intern and student at George Mason University; she brings a considerable level of knowledge about trauma, sexuality, and neurodiversity. Anneka has prior work experience as a crisis hotline advocate in Denver, CO. There she assisted survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones during crisis interventions. She would often find that her callers were already fierce self-advocates—which is one of the reasons she favors strength-based approaches.

Anneka also brings in over four years of training in early childhood intervention services for children with developmental delays and she was fortunate to join an agency that emphasized family involvement. While she always enjoyed one-on-one time with her young clients, her strongest intervention was helping families resolve communication issues. She worked with families to create systems and routines that parents could use to help their children thrive—while still prioritizing the child’s fundamental right to respect and dignity. This work experience expanded on her skills with systems and families as well as neurodiversity.

Outside of her internship, Anneka serves as the Program Administrator for LearnSexTherapy.com at The Buehler Institute, where she assists mental health providers and medical practitioners as they work towards certification by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). She is the daughter of renowned sex therapist Dr. Stephanie Buehler and believes that pleasure is a central concern in quality-of-life.

Anneka works with pre-teens, teenagers and adults of all ages as well as couples and families. She is an ally to LGBTQIA+ individuals, neurodivergent individuals, to relationships of various structures and diversities and practices cultural-awareness despite the therapeutic approach used. Anneka also practices Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, person-centered approaches, and Bowen’s family systems therapy. Anneka has found it useful to mix thoughtful observations, playfulness, and humor to help families and individuals meet their therapeutic goals.

In her free time, Anneka enjoys attending stand-up comedy shows, cooking up a storm, and singing poorly. She tries her best to prioritize spending time with her partner and their dog, Stitch, and their two cats, Tigger and Jojo.

David Selleh, LGPC

Sees clients:

In-Person
Virtually

In-Person

Virtually