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Emotional Disturbance Therapists in Winchester City County

Tracie W Ferguson, Counselor  in Winchester
“The roots of helping for Tracie sprang from her undergraduate degree in social work and early professional experiences in Child Protective Services. Operating from a strengths-based, developmental perspective, she utilizes play therapy techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, family systems work and mindfulness based cognitive therapy, to name a few. Work interests and experience include child abuse and neglect, sexual abuse, anxiety, depression, self-harm, ADHD, foster care/adoption, coping skills, grief, autism spectrum disorders and anger management.
Emotional Disturbance
(540) 854-1686
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Maryanne Alderfer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Winchester
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EDS, LPC, LMFT
“I bring 25 years of counseling experience to our time together. My orientation can best be described as eclectic, drawing from rogerian, cognitive behavioral, gestalt, and family systems theory and tecniques. Our first session provides the opportunity to decide together whether I am best able to help you accomplish your goals. If you are unsure of who/what would best suit your needs, I will be glad to offer my help in finding the resources you may need.
Emotional Disturbance
(540) 986-4096
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Grafton, Treatment Facility  in Winchester
“Grafton Integrated Health Network is a private, nonprofit organization that has served children, adolescents and adults with disabilities and significant emotional and/or behavioral challenges for more than 50 years. As an industry leader in behavioral healthcare, we empower vulnerable and high-risk populations to lead better, more independent lives. Using a client-centered medical home model, Grafton provides continuous and coordinated services from short-term stabilization and residential services to outpatient to educational and career and technical training. Grafton provides a continuum of services to children, youth and adults in four campuses throughout the state of Virginia: Berryville, Loudoun, Richmond and Winchester. Services include two psychiatric residential treatment facilities, a short-term stabilization program, special education programs and community-based group homes. Grafton has partnered with Dominion Center for Behavioral Health Services (DCBHS), one of the largest multidisciplinary mental health practices in Loudoun County, Virginia. DCBHS is staffed by a board certified psychiatrist, licensed clinical psychologists and licensed masters level clinicians and provides psychological and counseling services for individuals in need. For more information about these mental health services, please visit www.dc4bhs.com. For more information about other services offered by Grafton, please visit www.grafton.org.
Emotional Disturbance
(703) 291-0308
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Katherine (Guard) May, Nurse Psychotherapist  in Winchester
Verified by Psychology Today
Nurse Psychotherapist, MSN, PMHCNS-, BC
“I care and understand how distressing your psychological and emotional issues can be. I provide a UNIQUE APPROACH to relieve suffering and awaken potential for issues including depression, anxiety, panic, work/life stress, childhood issues, sexual abuse, trauma, loss/grief, eating disorders, divorce, addictions, body/chronic pain, (more below). I have 25 years experience in psychotherapy and advanced clinical training in alternative approaches to healing. We will explore together issues causing difficulty in your life today, so that you may be able to live a more fulfilling life and enjoy deeper connections in relationship to yourself, loved ones, and friends.
Emotional Disturbance
(540) 947-1576
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Tina M Johnston, Counselor  in Winchester
“I use an array of counseling theories and techniques along with play therapy, expressive art, therapeutic yoga, guided relaxation and other holistic approaches to help provide healing, wellness and integrated wholeness to my clients. Working collaboratively with other providers, I offer my clients a complete support system to promote self-growth, recovery, serenity and balance. I employ a full spectrum of cognitive behavioral and psycho-dynamic therapies; along with small group and individualized yoga, meditation, hypnosis and progressive relaxation to treat stress, depression, anxiety, OCD, insomnia, phobias, family changes, school issues, ADHD, self growth, and the navigation of life transitions and challenges.
Emotional Disturbance
(540) 645-6655
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Vickie J Hagan, Counselor  in Winchester
“My area of interest and expertise lies in the sphere of relationships; in particular, the relationship one has with one's Self. I believe that this relationship, formed early in life, impacts one's ability to be fully present and engaged in relationships with spouses, partners, children, friends and colleagues. In a non-judgmental and compassionate environment, I strive to provide an atmosphere in which you can safely explore and work through feelings, thoughts, images and beliefs, conscious or unconscious, that may be keeping you stuck in repetitive patterns.
Emotional Disturbance
(540) 412-3332
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Fred Daniel Sabia, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Winchester
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LPC
“I had always gravitated to jobs that entailed helping people in one capacity or another: Teacher; Red Cross; Covenant House (for homeless teenagers). I had also pursued seminary studies and was briefly on track to becoming a clergyman. And so my entry into grad school at age 32 to study Counseling seemed the next natural step in my career search. But there was another, more profound reason I became a Professional Helper, and that is my own lifelong struggle with Depression. Counseling is not just what I do for a living, it's a ministry that is part of my very identity.
Emotional Disturbance
(540) 657-3168
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Carrie Nowell, Psychologist  in Winchester
“I work with adolescents and adults and specialize in life transitions. I believe therapy should be an empathetic, flexible process focused on meeting the needs of the client through a variety of techniques including cognitive, behavioral, and insight oriented interventions. I often focus on relationship issues, personality dynamics, and negative cognitions while attempting to reveal the strengths that can lead to successful life engagement. I provide psychological testing in addition to therapy including ADHD assessment, differential diagnosis, and personality assessment.
Emotional Disturbance
(540) 929-0946
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Jennifer Behm, Counselor  in Winchester
“Many people struggle through life, trying every avenue only to find dead ends but you are courageous to seek counseling. As your counselor, I will sojourn with you, gently exploring opportunities, uncovering your resiliency and strengths that may have been buried under the overwhelming weight of current circumstances. I operate from a client centered foundation, integrating multiple treatment modalities tailored to each person's specific situation. Treatment modalities I offer include Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, Art Therapy, and Christian Counseling. I am also trained in Splankna (EMDR, TFT, NET based mind/body based).
Emotional Disturbance
(540) 318-7016
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Winchester, Virginia 22601
Kimberly Hart, Counselor  in Winchester
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, NCC, LPC, ACS, CCMHC
“We are all doing the best that we can in this moment ... and we also recognize a need for change and growth ... that we also need to do better. I counsel from the foundation that we grow and develop throughout our entire lifespan and believe we are capable of change at any point we choose to begin. You can expect a secure, non-judgmental environment that encourages honest self-exploration, as well as the identification and development of personal strengths and informed decision-making skills, all meant to lead to positive change and growth.
Emotional Disturbance
(540) 657-3381
Office is near:
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Leslie Dieter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winchester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I help clients heal a broken heart, learn to manage emotions, increase energy to face the day, move from confusion to clarity, from surviving to thriving, to heal from trauma, or gain self awareness instead of reacting on impulse. My style is to encourage thinking outside the box, open to new ways of seeing. I face life and work by being direct, using humor at times to gain perspective, and by creating a supportive place for the emergence of those 'aha' moments of insight and growth. Life happens, and I view our work as the process of healing and progressing.
Emotional Disturbance
(540) 657-3317
Office is near:
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, LMFT
“"Together we can do it." I am sincerely interested in helping you to experience healing and wholeness in all areas of your relationships, be it with your spouse, your family, family of origin, co-workers, and colleagues . . . and even your relationship with YOU!!
Emotional Disturbance
(610) 915-8263
Office is near:
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Roxbury Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Winchester
“Roxbury is an inpatient detox and rehab facility for adults with a specialty in treating co-occurring mental health disorders and the dependents of active duty military. Roxbury is the only Tricare certified facility in the state of Pennsylvania for inpatient substance abuse. Our program offers individualized treatment planning, 12 step programming, group therapy, individual and family therapy, as well as medication management and a full psychiatric evaluation.
Emotional Disturbance
(866) 655-7360
We serve:
Winchester, Virginia 22601
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Bridging the Gaps Inc, Treatment Facility  in Winchester
“Bridging the Gaps (BTG), an integrative residential addiction treatment facility located in historic Winchester, Virginia, provides treatment for adults suffering from the disease of addiction. We provide a phase based treatment structure consisting of 3 core phases with the opportunity for an extended 4th phase to better facilitate a client's transition back into the demands of day to day life. At BTG we provide treatment for substance use disorders by integrating traditional modalities of psycho-social-spiritual treatment with complementary approaches oriented towards physiological healing and wellbeing. Using the most progressive modalities available, coupled with a traditional "12 step" program, we help our clients recover their physical health as well as provide them with the psychological and spiritual tools they need for a life free from drug addiction and alcoholism. We offer integrative treatment modalities including education, individual and group counseling, intravenous therapy, oral nutrients, nutrition, acupuncture detoxification, fitness, massage, neurofeedback, meditation, yoga, and Reiki. We combine treatment approaches that incorporate healing of the whole person - mind, body, and spirit.
(540) 346-4106
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Michelle A Laporte, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winchester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Centered on Change LLC is an independent, safe, and supportive environment open to men and women. Facing your obstacles and determining a new path, together we will find viable solutions. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, who brings over 15 years of social work experience to the counseling setting. As an LCSW, I value self-determination and believe you have the answers within yourself, my role is only to facilitate and explore underlying issues that could prevent you from living life as your best self.
(540) 662-7900
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Joyce Pace Byrd, Counselor  in Winchester
“Throughout life most of us experience transitions that challenge and transform us. Many of these passages can be navigated more effectively with the knowledge and compassion of an experienced professional. Combining Jungian psychology, family systems, humanistic psychology, modern neuroscience and mindfulness, I bring my full attention and presence to the sacred work of healing mind, body and heart with each client. In addition to traditional therapy, dream-work and creative expressions such as art, poetry, music and dance facilitate healing and growth. Relaxation and meditation techniques assist with grounding and centering.
(540) 318-5793 x1
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Geoff Byrd, Counselor  in Winchester
“When calling and you hear "Welcome to the offices of Counseling Associates and the C.G. Jung Center" You may immediately PRESS No. 2 FOR MY CONFIDENTIAL VOICE MAIL! Thank You!
(540) 288-4842 x2
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Martin R. Mayfield, Psychologist  in Winchester
“As a parent and a psychologist, I believe there is nothing more important than the well being of our children. For over thirty years, I have specialized in providing psychological therapy and psychoeducational testing services to children and adolescents in the Winchester area. I believe in the notion that to tap a child's potential, we need to focus on his or her strengths. Psychological testing enables us to determine just what those strenghts are, and if there are significant weaknesses, direct intervention strategies are outlined and put into play. The child's parents are always central in the process.
(540) 929-0990
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Mimi Fleury Mayfield, Counselor  in Winchester
“Using a positive, strengths-based approach, I provide counseling with respect and compassion to individuals and couples. I believe that counseling is a collaborative process of discovery and change, where strategies that include Cognitive/Behavioral, Mindfulness, and Insight therapies help people through life transitions. I believe that we all have the ability to grow and change through the process of therapy, and I value the opportunity to help you resolve issues and find ways to enhance and enrich your life.
(540) 412-3350
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Hillary Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winchester
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My years as a therapist have taught me that life presents many challenges. Dealing with what life presents can cause emotional pain, suffering, stress, and grief. Learning healthy ways to navigate these challenges can bring healing, peace, and transformation. My approach is holistic dealing with mind, spirit, and body. When one honors the whole self positive change is possible; my role is to support each client in this process. As an animal lover, I also offer counseling to people who are grieving the loss of a beloved animal companion.
(540) 246-0994
Winchester, Virginia 22601
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Emotional Disturbance Therapists
Emotional Disturbance in Winchester City County-What is it?

Emotional disturbance is a catch-all term coined in education law and used by mental health professionals to describe students, children or teens having trouble at school. Emotional disturbance refers to:-

"...a condition exhibiting one or more of the following characteristics over a long period of time and to a marked degree that adversely affects a child's educational performance:

(A) An inability to learn that cannot be explained by intellectual, sensory, or health factors.
(B) An inability to build or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers and teachers.
(C) Inappropriate types of behavior or feelings under normal circumstances.
(D) A general pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression.
(E) A tendency to develop physical symptoms or fears associated with personal or school problems."

Emotional disturbance in Winchester City County and emotional disorders can be mild and reflect simply late learning or problems at home. Related conditions include kids who are on the autism spectrum or who have asperger's syndrome. If you're looking for help with emotional disturbance in Winchester City County or for a Winchester City County emotional disturbance Therapist, these Therapists provide help, emotional disturbance therapy, emotional disturbance counseling, and emotional disturbance treatment. They include Winchester City County emotional disturbance Therapists, emotional disturbance psychologists, emotional disturbance psychotherapists and emotional disturbance counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Winchester City County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Winchester City County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Winchester City County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Winchester City County or family therapy in Winchester City County.