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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
“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.
Gay Issues
(804) 683-4536
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Gretchen Garber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe every human being is unique and resilient. Though I use an eclectic approach to each individual's needs, I tend to focus on one's strengths to guide them through the struggles and challenges they face. In turn, this promotes growth, healing, and recovery in a safe, trusting environment. I have worked with several populations in various settings, which include: domestic violence survivors, the under-insured, unemployed, veterans, and the homeless. I have experience working with people who suffer from trauma, abuse/neglect, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, mood disorders, grief, relationship issues, women's issues, identity, anger, and marital/couples issues.
Gay Issues
(804) 681-7304
Richmond, Virginia 23233
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
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
“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
Carla J. Crews, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you experience mood swings/ emotions that seem out of control? Do you consider yourself impulsive in a problematic way? Are your close relationships often turbulent with constant fears of abandonment? Are you troubled by chronic feelings of emptiness and question who you really are? If so, let me help you learn new ways of managing emotions so that you feel more balanced emotionally, behaviorally, in thinking, in your relationships, as well as within yourself. I believe that with the right tools and support, I can help you build a life with more meaning, purpose, and capacity for joy.
Gay Issues
(804) 616-3969
Richmond, Virginia 23228
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
Catherine Ferguson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a psychotherapist I work with adults (including young adults 18+) who are experiencing difficulties with relationships, anxiety, depression, work/school challenges, parenting issues, family conflicts, grief & loss, life transitions, or other problems that may get in the way of a more balanced, satisfying life. With each client, I seek to create an empathic, judgment-free space where you can explore your feelings, gain insight, and improve coping skills that can help to enhance your life and relationships. My approach is interpersonal and relational, working toward realistic goals that we will set together.
Gay Issues
(804) 835-6366
Richmond, Virginia 23226
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.
Gay Issues
(804) 419-4014
Richmond, Virginia 23230
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
“WCC is a private counseling agency established in 1986 to meet the unique mental health needs of women. It is a center dedicated to helping individuals find hope, meaning and peace in their lives. Women come to us with multifaceted family and personal issues. We provide individual, couple's and group counseling for adults and older adolescents.
Gay Issues
(804) 495-3472
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Susan M Archer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I treat people with a variety of concerns--losses, trauma,addictions and mental health diagnoses. They may have abuse or trauma from a variety of life situations--childhood, military, relationships, and injuries/illness. I work with couples, straight and gay,and find that working with both partners can be very useful in getting to the root of the problem and untangling issues. My goal is to create the healing environment I would want as a client--safe, relaxed, professional, and focused on progress. My clients report they are relieved to find me and say their lives are improving as treatment progresses.
Gay Issues
(804) 288-1788
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Carrie J Walker, Counselor  in Richmond
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Play Therapist Supervisor with a strong passion for helping people find peace and relief from their challenges and struggles in life. I have worked with a wide variety of adults, children, and families in different settings and in different stages of need. I am goal-driven and utilize Family Systems Theory, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, and Play Therapy/Expressive Arts interventions with children and adults. I often incorporate the use of a sand tray, Mandalas, and mindfulness exercises in my work, whether you're a child, adult, family, or couple.
Gay Issues
(804) 977-1116
Richmond, Virginia 23230
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.
Gay Issues
(804) 451-3429
Richmond, Virginia 23230
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
Joyce C. Morene, LPC, Counselor  in Richmond
“I have over 25 years providing counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, and families both as a school counselor and in community mental health. I use a variety of techniques and theories to help provide a personalized approach for each person. Some of these techniques/theories are play therapy, expressive arts, cognitive-behavioral, developmental, Gestalt, family systems, and solution-focused. I enjoy working with a range of concerns including anxiety, PTSD, trauma, abuse, grief, foster care/adoption, divorce, depression, ADHD, bipolar, and sexual orientation.
Gay Issues
(804) 767-2431
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Sylvia Lark West, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a seasoned therapist with over 30 years of experience. I provide assessment and treatment to those experiencing depression, anxiety, mood disorders, relationship difficulties, communication problems, grief, LGBT concerns, and overall life transitions and challenges. I offer a wide variety of techniques and approaches to help clients sort out and solve life's challenges. I provide a safe, affirming and nonjudgemental environment to promote exploration and healing. I can help you find solutions that are right for you.
Gay Issues
(804) 318-4104
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Diane Mattingly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes life can feel overwhelming and making changes can feel like an impossibility. Relationships, trauma, health issues, life transitions, grief, complicated family dynamics, and childhood wounds can keep us feeling stuck. They can rob us of our joy and even dim the vision we have for our lives. By applying complementary therapy approaches, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), together we can unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
Gay Issues
(804) 925-2052
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Sandra Bandas, Counselor  in Richmond
“Are you going through a difficult time at work, home or in relationships? Are you feeling over-whelmed, nervous and anxious? I'd like to help you identify the hidden meaning behind these feelings by providing you with a nurturing and supportive environment. We will work together to develop helpful tools to foster improvement in your daily life. I know how hard it is to ask for help. It may feel risky and uncomfortable. I respect that and will meet you where you are throughout the counseling process.
Gay Issues
(804) 451-4768
Richmond, Virginia 23230

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