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Gay Issues Therapists in Richmond

Troy Henshaw  in Richmond
“I enjoy working with individuals that recognize that something needs to change and just aren't sure which way to go. Together, we can explore your motivation to change and learn to live life based on your values, goals, and dreams. Clients who come to see me often have addiction issues, sexual issues, legal issues, relationship issues, and struggles with self image and self worth.
Gay Issues
(804) 577-1000
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Jonathan Lebolt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, CGP
“We all have strengths that we can develop, as well as challenges from which we can grow. Each crisis in our lives is an opportunity for healing and growth. As your therapist, I will use a variety of techniques to help you achieve your personal, professional, and spiritual goals. A dynamic, interactive, and empathic therapist, I offer advice and support, and I share my own experiences when I think they will be helpful. Though I have extensive, in-depth training, I rely greatly on intuition and humor in my work.
Gay Issues
(804) 683-4536
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Life Cycles Counseling, Counselor  in Richmond
“Welcome to a more well-balanced; more authentic you. I offer a variety of counseling services to include: Individual Counseling; Family Counseling; Couples Counseling and Group Counseling. My practice style is spontaneous, creative and designed to fit your needs. I have experience in treating a variety of needs. However, I specialize in treating women with substance abuse issues. I have thirteen years experience in working with children and families. Please visit my website at www.adinasilvestri.com for more information.
Gay Issues
(804) 621-7126
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Valerie Mitchell, Counselor  in Richmond
“Clients describe me as warm and compassionate. I help you find your strengths and build upon them, collaborating with you as you take steps to develop the life you desire. I work with children, teens, and adults. Issues addressed include ADHD, Addiction, Depression, Divorce Recovery, Grief, Anxiety, PTSD, Marriage Improvement, Parenting, etc. I do not practice Forensic Counseling, which includes custody evaluations, court ordered mental health/substance use evaluations, or testify in court. If you are seeking these types of services, please contact a counselor who has training in forensic counseling services.
Gay Issues
(804) 214-3650
Richmond, Virginia 23238
Robin S. Selby, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
“It is my belief that our purpose in life is to be ourselves fully. I have been in practice for 25 years helping my clients to reclaim themselves from the issues that block them and interfere with their growth. I work with survivors of abuse, recovering alcoholics and addicts, teens and adults. Many people struggle with anxiety or depression and have suffered a difficult childhood or a psychological trauma in their life. I work with my clients to address the negative self messages and painful memories they deal with using supportive and caring therapy including EMDR and mindfulness practice.
Gay Issues
(804) 681-2507
Richmond, Virginia 23220
“My ideal client is someone who wants a safe place to work on issues and is seeking someone who can listen effectively with a calm and nurturing presence that provides stability and opportunities to grow and gain coping tools and insights. I have treated individuals with trauma, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues.
Gay Issues
(804) 577-5691
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Harold R. Mitchell, Counselor  in Richmond
“I provide a caring, empathic and nonjudgmental environment where you can explore your current life challenges, as well as address past issues that concern you. I look forward to working with you in your desire and search for more understanding and insight. My office is conveniently located in downtown Richmond.
Gay Issues
(804) 767-4876
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Ryan Ickes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSOTP
“Though it may sometimes be difficult to seek or accept help, taking that first step towards creating a better life can have amazing and beautiful results. Embarking on a journey towards positive change can be the most important decision you will make, even if you are unsure of where that journey may lead you. When you believe that change is possible, you can create the change. I am passionate about that process and enjoy helping others develop the change in their own lives to move from where they are now to where they want to be.
Gay Issues
(804) 505-2674
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Meg Hardt, Counselor  in Richmond
“I believe that every human being deserves to be heard and to feel accepted, no matter what challenges he or she faces. I have experience helping both children and adults overcome obstacles created by their moods, their thinking and behavior patterns, and their inability to communicate their needs. I use creative self-expression in the context of a safe haven to facilitate positive emotional and behavioral change.
Gay Issues
(804) 616-4169
Richmond, Virginia 23230
Ashley Llewellyn Mannell, Psychiatric Nurse  in Richmond
“As a psychiatric nurse practitioner and registered dietitian I take an integrative and holistic approach to managing my clients' mental health issues and nutrition challenges. Though prescribing medication is one service I offer, I spend a lot of time with my patients addressing the benefits of nutrition, sleep, exercise, mindfulness, and stress management in improving mental health. I provide psychiatric assessments and evaluations, medication management, supportive psychotherapy, nutrition assessments, and can design and develop individually-tailored menu plans for clients needing structured eating guides. I work collaboratively with you to develop a treatment plan that will meet your short and long-term goals.
Gay Issues
(804) 495-3493
Richmond, Virginia 23230
Chris E Carson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you want stronger, clearer and healthier relationships? My clients consist mainly of individuals and couples wanting more intimacy and connection or wanting to navigate an open relationship. I also work with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual individuals. I love working with anyone who is seeking growth, wholeness and perspective.
Gay Issues
(804) 651-3941
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Margaret Norman And Associates, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond
“If you realize your life isn't going the way you'd like, I can help you. I believe individuals have a great capacity for growth, and having a guide by your side during that process can be incredibly valuable. We'll work together to identify your issues and work toward an effective solution. You'll learn how to focus on your strengths and correct the patterns in your life that aren't working for you. My style is interactive, collaborative and results-oriented. I teach you how to resolve the most important issues you're facing right now.
Gay Issues
(804) 577-1057 x1
Richmond, Virginia 23228
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.
Gay Issues
(804) 615-2222
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Heather Kay, Psychologist  in Richmond
“For most of my professional career, I have had the pleasure of providing services to whomever walked in the door. In my therapy work, I think a lot about what each of us learns in interpersonal relationships, including what we learn to do with our feelings within our culture and environment. I see human life as complex and contextualized and I believe trust is important in this work. I strive to be worthy of my client's trust, be experienced as warm and non-judgmental, and be supportive of meaningful change in my client's lives.
Gay Issues
(804) 793-9817
Richmond, Virginia 23219
Dodie Rossell, Counselor  in Richmond
“I believe that life is a journey. Hopefully, we are raised in families that are able to love and nuture us enough so that we can live meaningful lives for ourselves and others; however, along the way we are marred by events and relationships. These wounds, when ignored, become emotional sores that can cause a myriad of psychological problems and keep us from enjoying life to its fullest.The good news is that you can work through your difficulties. My approach is interactive and focuses on building a caring, supportive and guiding relationshp between therapist and client.
Gay Issues
(804) 518-8030
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a process that begins with building a healthy therapeutic relationship. I offer my clients warmth,respect,compassion,honesty and humor so they can work to resolve trauma and painful experiences,develop new and healthier patterns in relationships,increase their understanding of themselves,or find ways to cope with and overcome obstacles like depression,anxiety,substance abuse,and low self esteem. I work with adults,families and couples. I also have a special interest in helping adolescents and their families manage the challenges of the teen years.
Gay Issues
(804) 886-3047
Richmond, Virginia 23235
Paula J. Jean, Psychologist  in Richmond
“I use a very eclectic approach in which I am engaged and actively involved in the therapeutic process. I ask lots of questions. I invite my patients to move away from self-judgment and to be truly curious about themselves and their lives. We look together at patterns of functioning, at assumptions about the self, at how the present reflects the past. The goal is authenticity and the path is self-awareness.
Gay Issues
(804) 322-9989
Richmond, Virginia 23222
Britney N Chacey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you ever feel like you have lost your sense of self? Are you seeking and searching without a clear direction or path? Do you feel stuck in unhealthy life patterns? I am here to be a support and a guide on your journey. I want to help you to trust your own intuition and to believe in yourself while developing new life skills and gaining insight into your issues. I provide a warm, empathic, and nonjudgmental environment in which you can feel safe to explore relationship issues, life transitions, daily stressors, and trauma.
Gay Issues
(804) 745-2225
Richmond, Virginia 23236
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.
Gay Issues
(804) 446-5486
Richmond, Virginia 23228
“As a mental health and psychiatric nurse practitioner I am trained to medically manage individuals who have depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, struggles with addiction, schizophrenia, grief and loss, as well as other mood and thought disorders. My experience as a registered dietitian also allows me to address the psychological, emotional, and behavioral issues surrounding weight gain, weight loss, dysfunctional eating, and body image issues.
Gay Issues
(804) 384-9736
Richmond, Virginia 23230

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