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Therapists in Richmond

Rachel Gow, Psychologist  in Richmond
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist providing psychotherapy to individuals and families. My expertise is in eating and weight related problems. Along this spectrum are eating disorders, unhealthy body image, food aversions, overweight, obesity, and difficulties with other health behaviors (e.g., managing diabetes). Additionally, I work with clients to address the emotional problems that are often present with eating and weight problems such as depression, anxiety, and trauma. I am comfortable consulting with other treatment providers (e.g., physicians, dieticians, exercise trainers) to ensure comprehensive care.
(804) 793-9924
Richmond, Virginia 23226
James G Christmas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Jimmy Christmas and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). I founded a group practice, River City Comprehensive Counseling, which is licensed by the Virginia Dept. of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. I am currently not seeing clients at River City, but we have several clinicians who I have known and personally worked with for years on staff that are available to help. Please call the office to speak with a member of our staff to learn more about the different counseling options we offer.
(804) 335-1060
Richmond, Virginia 23224
Susan L. Glover, Counselor  in Richmond
“I believe there is an optimizing force in each of us that guides unfolding and that my role is to help you release blocks to this natural process. My work is grounded in inquiry and exploration. I will meet you where your questions, heart-longings, and pain reside. My extensive background in addictions, codependency and recovery and in co-occurring issues including depression, anxiety and trauma, has taught me about resiliency of the human spirit. I will help you access both inner and outer resources. Through the therapy process we will not only discover, but refine tools unique for you.
(804) 495-2035
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Norma J Caruso, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Relationship and sexual difficulties are often interwoven. Difficulties in one can compromise the other. Good psychotherpay can increase awareness of the interplay of these dimensions, as well as how they can be affected by upbringing, experiences, attitudes, cultural values, lifestyle, psychological well-being, and overall health. As a therapist with advanced training in psychotherapy and certification by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists, I work to help individuals and couples understand these influences so they may achieve greater fulfillment and satisfaction in their lives.
(804) 453-0026
Richmond, Virginia 23235
Kristi Emmons, Counselor  in Richmond
“I work with a range of emotional and behavioral issues including anxiety, OCD, depression, PTSD, chronic pain/medical issues, women's issues, LGBT issues, domestic violence, self-esteem, as well as family conflict. I work with children, adolescents, adults, and families.
(804) 451-3429
Richmond, Virginia 23230
Aleksandra Jankowska, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Each of us is on a journey of growth and healing. During the journey to wholeness, everyone may need assistance along the way. Psychotherapy can help in resolving unfulfilling patterns, healing traumatic histories and embracing your genuine self. I believe, in therapy, it is important to address all aspects of the individual: mind, body, and spirit. I integrate traditional talk therapy with experiential therapy to provide a comprehensive approach to treatment. I work collaboratively with clients to help them discover and create healthier and happier ways of living.
(804) 313-8850
Richmond, Virginia 23235
Anne T Spector, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“When the therapy hour becomes a place for calm and thoughtful consideration, a way through the problems that surround you can often be found. My goal is to help you to be less reactive, to see your part in problematic interactions, and to be more of a responsible self in all relationships. I believe that understanding the family as a system helps people to navigate through the anxiety it often contains. Problems exist in the context of the family, the work place, the social network, and the society at large. But change begins with the individual.
(804) 991-0998
Richmond, Virginia 23225
Donna M Curran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling depressed, overwhelmed, disappointed, or hopeless? Are you struggling with unresolved conflict, and a lack of closeness and trust with your partner? For over 30 years, I have been helping individuals, couples, and families to improve their relationships and gain greater satisfaction in life. I utilize a solution focused holistic approach, tailoring treatment to each individual's special needs. We will work collaboratively in a confidential, nonjudgmental atmosphere, tracking your progress to ensure treatment is working. I specialize in women's issues and relationship problems.
(804) 384-9889
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Camille Adams, Counselor  in Richmond
“Thinking about making a change can be difficult, frightening or even exciting. I'm so glad you've decided to seek out someone to help you in this process. As a therapist I believe in working collaboratively with you to create the changes you want in your life. Many people who seek out therapy have found ways of coping that worked for a while and no longer work for them and may even be harmful. If you think you are ready to change something in your life, please call or contact me for an appointment.
(804) 977-1160
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Linda Schepker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Over a period of almost twenty years, I have worked with adolescents, adults, couples, families and groups. Currently, I work primarily with adults, including the geriatric population, and couples. I believe that the therapeutic relationship offers a unique opportunity for people to share their stories in a confidential, safe, and healing environment. Our clients often want someone to simply listen without judgment; to offer psychoeducation; and to provide support as we explore possible solutions. Life is full of challenges. Relationships are, at times,complicated. It is sometimes a great relief to know that we are not alone or unique in our struggles.
(804) 793-9486
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Pamela A Schalow, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Whatever your reasons are for considering therapy, feeling comfortable with your therapist is very important. My goal is to not only offer you a comfortable space to speak freely about your thoughts and experiences, but also to provide you with tools and strategies to incorporate into your daily routine. Your time with me is important. I will listen to you, ask questions to gain further understanding, and offer insight and ideas in an objective, thoughtful, and supportive way.
(804) 615-2222
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Total Wellness Centers-After School Day Treatment, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Congratulations on taking one step closer towards receiving the help you seek. Total Wellness Centers is willing to guide you through the process of seeking your personal wellness. Seeking wellness is an active process of working towards a better quality of life, and sense of well-being. It is the process of gaining insight and becoming aware of oneself, while making positive choices towards more healthy and successful living.
(804) 298-7866
Richmond, Virginia 23225
Valerie H. Stolcis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I rely heavily on my relationship-building skills to help clients reach the goals that they are ready to devote time, energy, and effort towards. I bring compassion, acceptance, humor, and creativity to my work. My extensive experience in the field of clinical social work enables me to work most effectively with adults who are having issues with substance use and/or mood disorders. I have specialized knowledge and expertise in working with men, and am also well acquainted with women's issues. I welcome the opportunity to collaborate with women in order to help them improve their quality of life and level of happiness.
(804) 419-7538
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Don Koehler, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Don Koehler Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist who has been working in the mental health field for 25 years. He received his doctoral degree from the University of Denver in Human Development & Counseling Psychology. He specializes in the treatment of anxiety, trauma, depression and relationship conflicts.e works with Adults, Couples, and Adolescents. He sees clients in individual, family and group formats. Don is a seasoned clinician, certified life & leadership coach and supervisor. He uses Mindfulness Based Approaches to therapy and coaching which emphasize self-awareness, centering, focus and presence.
(804) 495-2397
Richmond, Virginia 23230
Brian T Hill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you ask yourself "why do I feel this way?" or "how did I get here?" or "where am I going in life?" Exploring the inner world can be daunting, and I am interested in helping individuals navigate that path safely, mindfully, and with clear vision and awareness. I'm comfortable working with clients from diverse and varied backgrounds, and I've worked in outpatient and community mental health, intensive residential, hospitals and correctional settings. As a result, I've developed a real respect for the many ways we all deal with issues and struggle through life the best we can.
(804) 767-4873
Richmond, Virginia 23222
Erica Mindes, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Pregnancy loss, infertility, PCOS and other reproductive health issues can affect every aspect of your life, creating feelings of sadness, isolation, anger and grief. At such times, it's critical to find a therapist who understands your struggles and speaks your language. My specialty is counseling individuals and couples coping with infertility, pregnancy loss, PCOS, IVF, anxiety and depression related to pregnancy and birth, problem pregnancies, alternative family-building options (including donor egg/sperm, gestational surrogacy and embryo donation) and other reproductive health issues. With counseling, your reproductive health crisis can eventually prove to be opportunity for life-enhancing personal growth.
(804) 313-9980
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Discovery Counseling & Consulting, Counselor  in Richmond
“Do you feel emotional all the time? Do you have intense emotions or feel you can't control your emotions? Struggle with urges to engage in self-destructive behavior like cutting or to harm yourself? Are you a concerned family member or friend of someone who might need help managing their emotions? Our team of Dialectical Behavior Therapy(DBT) therapists are committed to helping you or someone you care about learn to manage emotions and develop a life worth living.
(804) 557-0937
Richmond, Virginia 23228
Patricia I Harris, Counselor  in Richmond
“I use a strengths-based approach to therapy. Treatment builds on your positive traits and the things that are working in your life. In couples work, the perspective of each participant is heard and then I help you to find common ground or understanding. I take a solution-focused approach to help you resolve conflict. I work with adults, couples and families. I see women who have had trauma in their past, such as abuse and neglect. I also work with individuals who are in transition and need some clarity.
(804) 214-3557
Richmond, Virginia 23228
Alan D Entin, Psychologist  in Richmond
“I have been helping individuals and families with relationships for over 30 years. I offer the kind of understanding that only a specialist can provide. I help enhance the quality of lives, solving life's inevitable challenges, resolving marriage and family conflicts and overcoming grief and loss. I us a family systems approach to help with marital and multigenerational family problems to help you define a self and reduce your anxiety in your marriage and family. I listen and help you learn who you are, how you would like to be and to develop the courage and tools to change.
(804) 420-2939
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Rebecca P Kiefer, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Feel overwhelmed by your feelings? Or by your child's difficulties learning? Perhaps you are the one struggling to adjust to a worklife which seems to demand that you spend most of your time peering into a computer screen. I help people with these types of problems. Leave a message on my confidential voice mail. Perhaps a free fifteen-minute consultation will help you see if my services can be helpful. If they are not what you need, I can offer referrals to other therapists who might help.
(804) 313-9996
Richmond, Virginia 23229

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