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Therapists in Richmond

Katherine Meyersohn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As the founder of The Healing Arts Center of Richmond, I believe in a strengths-based, holistic approach to therapy and wellness. I specialize in individual, couples, and group therapy working with clients who want to grow, heal, and reach their greatest potential. I have specialized training in EMDR, MARI, Reiki, GIM, & Energy & Chakra Psychology. I have extensive experience working with individuals with depression, anxiety, PTSD, trauma, & relationship issues. I am also a registered Yoga Instructor. I am committed to treating the whole person and empowering clients to make positive changes to reach their goals and to promote healing, personal growth, and wellness.
(804) 829-0983
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
Valerie Dalton Acosta, Counselor  in Richmond
“My clinical practice focuses on facilitating recovery for individuals and families dealing with issues related to anxiety, depression, substance abuse, parenting/step-parenting, work/life balance, challenges with relationships,and bipolar disorder. With over twenty years of experience as a counselor, Human Resources consultant, and corporate trainer, I enjoy helping my clients to live productive, meaningful, and fulfilling lives.
(804) 823-2042 x124
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Martha Ann Spruill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in working with young adults, college students, and also with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) clients. My goal is to help you reach your full potential while providing a warm, safe, nonjudgmental, and confidential environment. I offer respect, honest feedback, and acceptance to my clients. Some of the reasons people come see me are for anxiety, depression, ADHD, substance use & gambling, pet loss, adjusting to college, polyamorous relationships, and managing day to day stress. My clients often tell me they find it easy to talk with me and that sessions go by quickly.
(804) 537-0904
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Tamara D Simmons, Counselor  in Richmond
“I am passionate about helping others navigate challenging, and often overwhelming, periods in their lives. I believe that we can all benefit from additional guidance and support to overcome these periods. As a Counselor, I recognize that each individual has his/her own strengths and needs and comes to counseling at different points in the healing process; therefore, I ensure that I meet you where you are. I also believe that counseling is a collaborative effort in which you are the expert on your life. Thus, your voice will always be heard and respected in your interactions with me.
(804) 793-9630
Richmond, Virginia 23230
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
F Bland Tyree, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am honored to work with clients experiencing life challenges such as loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, and the activation of patterns and beliefs that may be holding you back. I also specialize in supporting clients in an exploring ways to create a life filled with greater meaning, purpose and fulfillment. I believe there is a center of deep wisdom within each of us, guiding us toward healing, integration and transformation. I will partner with you to co-create an environment that supports your healing and growth.
(804) 415-7398
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Amy Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has specialized in working with children, adolescents, adults, and families for over 8 years. My background and experiences include work in the public school systems, child welfare systems (child protective services, adoptions, and foster care), private counseling center for adolescents and families, therapeutic recreational services, intensive in-home counseling, and an emergency diagnostic residential facility. I have experience working with individuals and families who have experienced trauma, grief & loss, divorce, single parenting, job loss, family conflict, stress, domestic violence, substance abuse, and crisis situations.
(804) 419-4014
Richmond, Virginia 23230
Anne T Spector, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Steven L Ecker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LPC, LMFT
“I strive to provide an effective clinical experience focused on mental health or substance abuse issues. Relationship dynamics can promote problems. Including partners or children can quicken the healing process. According to (Relationship, Health, & Marriage: 2005) less than half the participants actually benefit. My job is to understand your problems, see potential solutions, and search for ways to help. Transferred learning from the therapy experience to "real life" means we were successful. "Clients often report the benefits of treatment endure and may continue to improve after therapy" (APA, 2013).
(804) 876-0928
Richmond, Virginia 23227
Mimi Kline, Counselor  in Richmond
“Are you coping with recurring issues or problems that leave you feeling stuck and frustrated? While you cannot change difficult situations from your past, together we can understand and resolve current challenges in your life. I can use therapeutic approaches and techniques to unearth longstanding behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. With compassion and understanding, I can provide support and practical feedback to help individuals, couples, and families achieve goals. Together we can take a growth-inspired journey toward positive change.
(804) 446-5486
Richmond, Virginia 23228
Joyce K Slater, Psychologist  in Richmond
“I am a specialist in treating obsessive worry and anxiety. Using behavior therapy techniques, I have successfully treated many people by targeting unwanted thoughts and behaviors. The therapy is short term. Most people get better in as little as four to twelve sessions. You will learn specific techniques to help desensitize you to worrisome thoughts. Whether you have a disorder such as OCD, PTSD, GAD or you just worry constantly, the treatment is swift and successful for most people. I am a licensed clinical psychologist as well as an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at the Medical College of Virginia.
(804) 482-0928
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Lisa A Boyles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, CSAC
“I provide confidential and supportive services for those looking for help with trauma, stress, addictive or compulsive behaviors, relationship conflict, parenting, and difficult teen behaviors. My focus is on the whole person, and incorporates the mind/body/spirit connection. Life experiences, including family of origin work, is often explored to address current symptoms and painful patterning. Mindfulness practices are taught to help bring presence and compassion to each moment.Through this work, one can have greater self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-responsibility. I am passionate about helping others open more to who they are, and broaden the scope of possibilities for deep, meaningful lives.
(804) 823-5571
Richmond, Virginia 23220
James W. Fuller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“I am an former marine, a former university professor of communication (with emphasis on family and gendered communciation), an author, a father and stepfather, and a husband. All of these elements contribute to my understanding of clients and client issues. I have a non-judgemental and personable approach, and an ability to establish rapport quickly.
(804) 657-7985
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Arnold F Woodruff, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“While I have been a marriage and family therapist for many years, I am constantly reminded of how much clients bring to the therapy process and how easy it is to disregard their skills, knowledge and experience. I have learned to listen carefully and find and build on the strengths people bring to my office. By building a strong and respectful partnership with clients and providing an opportunity for frequent feedback from them, we can create outcomes that meet the client's goals and wishes.
(804) 269-8161
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
“I'm currently in my Counseling Residency working towards my license in professional counseling (LPC) with the Virginia Counseling Board. I earned my MAEd in Counselor Education and BS in Psychology from Virginia Tech. I work with children (as young age 3), adolescents, adults and families, and have been trained and educated in various counseling settings. I am also experienced in individual therapy with those coping with abuse, anxiety, depression, attachment issues, emotional regulation, ADHD, grief, and trauma.
(804) 495-3490
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Counseling Alliance of VA, LLC, Counselor  in Richmond
“The Counseling Alliance of Virginia believes everyone has the capacity to live a healthy and productive life when offered the support they deserve.
(804) 322-1772
Richmond, Virginia 23294
Gahan Kelley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer focused, change-oriented therapy with particular emphasis upon: Women's issues, Assertiveness and Boundary Setting, Self-esteem Enhancement, Conscious Aging, LGBTQ Affirming Therapy, Sexuality and Relationships,Grief and Recovery.
(804) 414-8945
Richmond, Virginia 23235
Samuel Brown Psychotherapist, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, Counsel
“"I can schedule you quickly!" for individual psychotherapy/counseling (don't let my license confuse you). I specialize in treating issues such as mood disorders (depression & anxiety), grief & loss, trauma, divorce, separation, relationship, marriage, life change, physical/emotional concerns, career, motivation and family of origin issues. Psychotherapy is meant to address the roots of mental and emotional struggle, therefore, I will focus on the holistic aspect of your life to equip you to make the effective change you desire. Together we can explore your strengths and challenges, discovering over time what motivates you, may be contributing to your difficulties, and helps you thrive.
(804) 977-0201
Richmond, Virginia 23230

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