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African-American Therapists in Virginia (VA)

Frank Crow, Psychologist  in Midlothian
“For most people, asking for help is a very difficult thing. This is even true when asking it of a friend or family member. For that reason, it is important to realize that when someone requests counseling, they have already done a good deal of work on their problem. Therapy needs to be a cooperative venture between the client and the provider. As a cognitive/behavioral therapist, this idea is fundamental to my approach. Using cognitive and behavioral techniques combined with a trusting relationship, clients can learn to better manage troublesome thoughts and emotions, solve interpersonal problems, resolve marital issues and change problematic habits. I have over thirty-five years experience with the VA helping military veterans with psychological problems, much of it involving substance abuse. My 10 years of private practice has involved working with adolescent substance abusers, marital counseling and helping individuals with emotional, interpersonal and spiritual problems.
African-American
(804) 446-5260
Midlothian, Virginia 23112
Nedra Voorhies, Counselor  in Mechanicsville
“Dr. Voorhies has more than 20 years of experience counseling individuals, couples, and families. She is conveniently located in the Cherrydale office park in Mechanicsville, Virginia. Her hours of operation are tailored to meet the needs of her clients and she does work some evenings and Saturdays. Most insurance plans are accepted.
African-American
(804) 719-1959
Mechanicsville, Virginia 23111
Karen Perkins Curtis, Counselor  in Alexandria
“As a solution-focused counselor/coach, my treatment approach is to provide support with insight and feedback to help women address current challenges and self-esteem issues. My specialty area is truly unique but well received by my clients. I take a less traditional route of counseling/coaching and recognize that how we feel on the inside manifests itself on the outside. I call my specialty area, "Closet Therapy." When a client hires me for "closet therapy" we are able to delve in to what's going on in the inside by exploring her closet to examine what is holding her back.
African-American
(202) 455-6987
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Sarah R Massie, Counselor  in Virginia Beach
“It is a privilege and honor to be able to assist those who are struggling with issues that are impacating their lives in a negative way including depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, divorce, parenting, ADHD, relationship, and more. It takes a great deal of courage to choose to journey on the path of growth, healing, and wholeness, and you will find compassion, safety, and unconditional acceptance if you choose to allow me to join you in this important season of your life.
African-American
(757) 941-4508
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
Glenn Horwitz, Psychologist  in Purcellville
“As a psychotherapist, I cultivate a safe & supportive atmosphere in which my clients explore thoughts and feelings about the important areas in their lives that may be broken, or not working as well as one hoped and planned. Adults often address major life changes, symptoms of anxiety and depression, relationship issues, as well as struggles with substance use and alcohol abuse.
African-American
(571) 399-5847
Purcellville, Virginia 20132
Advanced Behavioral Health Services, LLC, Psychologist  in Bon Air
“No matter how strong we are in meeting the challenges of life sometimes what happens to us heaps upon us a mountain of stress and we can do little but feel the pain of all that weight. Our goal is to help those we serve be effective in resolving personal pain through the empowerment of their natural strengths. Step by measured step, we work to build durability, and self-respect through skill building to overcome the pains that make life less enjoyable. We want to help you to move that mountain of pain one stone a time- by skillful means.
African-American
(804) 292-2302
Bon Air, Virginia 23235
David Mitchell, Psychologist  in Chesapeake
“Struggling with grief, depression, or self-defeating behaviors? Feeling challenged by work, finances, relationship or family issues? I'm a licensed clinical psychologist working with people to help them achieve lasting changes and create more fulfilling lives. I pride myself on providing empirically supported, ethical and compassionate care to my clients. I work with individuals, couples and families. I see my role as helping to alleviate distress (anxiety, fear, vulnerability, depression) and promoting positive change. I have extensive training in psychological assessment, personality assessments, and other cognitive evaluations. I am able to help to clarify diagnosis and provide recommendations.
African-American
(757) 645-9159
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic, Treatment Facility  in Arlington
“For more than fifty years, Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic has been the area's leader in adolescent and adult behavioral healthcare, operating programs throughout metropolitan Washington, DC area. Phoenix House offers a full continuum of care for clients struggling with substance abuse, addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders to include assessment, education, intensive out-patient and medically managed gender specific residential treatment programs. We know that with a thorough assessment, appropriate comprehensive care and individualized treatment those struggling with substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorders can recover and reclaim their lives.
African-American
(703) 940-0598 x1
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAC
“I have been in private practice since 1999. I serve adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I also have a license in substance abuse counseling, held since 1992. I have worked exclusively in this field in the past, in inpatient, outpatient, and residential settings. I use a family systems and psychodynamic approach. I really love what I do. It gives me great pleasure to be able to help individuals, couples, and families find workable solutions to heal, move forward, and live a healthy life.
African-American
(703) 498-2555
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Earl R. Durant, Counselor  in Reston
“There are times in our lives when we decide that a change is needed. This can occur due to thoughtful consideration, when situations beyond our control force us to accommodate to new life circumstances, or when relationships are not as satisfying as we would like them to be. These are times when it can be helpful to develop a collaborative relationship with a therapist who can guide us in making the changes that will bring happiness and fulfillment to our lives. I believe that positive and desired changes occur in the context of this type of relationship.
African-American
(703) 829-0952
Reston, Virginia 20190
Janice R. Johnson, Counselor  in Chesapeake
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor, specializing in Trauma and Grief and Loss, I am able to help you restore your joy if you are hurting because of the death of a loved one, separation, divorce or any other significant loss. Additional specializations include depression, anxiety, Panic Attacks, relationships, domestic violence, career transitioning and Christian counseling. My treatment approach is to walk along side you to assist you in discovering lasting insights in resolving current and long-standing problems. With sensitivity and compassion, I work with you to help you build on your strengths to identify and achieve your life's goals.
African-American
(757) 694-4775
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
Phoenix House Mid Altantic, Treatment Facility  in Arlington
Treatment Facility
“For more than fifty years, Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic has been the area's leader in adolescent and adult behavioral healthcare, operating programs throughout metropolitan Washington, DC area. Phoenix House offers a full continuum of care for clients struggling with substance abuse, addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders to include assessment, education, intensive out-patient and medically managed gender specific residential treatment programs. We know that with a thorough assessment, appropriate comprehensive care and individualized treatment those struggling with substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorders can recover and reclaim their lives.
African-American
(703) 810-7814
Arlington, Virginia 22203
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.
African-American
(804) 313-9996
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Brittany Mann-Lindon, Psychologist  in Marshall
“Need help, but find traditional approaches unappealing? I provide an integrative strategy informed by the latest research in neuroscience, environmental factors, nature therapy, and mindfulness. I specialize in challenging cases in adults, couples, & families. I use my doctorate-level research skills in clinical psychology to stay current with wellness & mental health findings. Without limiting myself to psychology, I synthesize research from all related fields to explain the myriad factors surrounding each individual's complex symptoms. Think - East meets West, a refreshing blend of cutting-edge knowledge with time-proven Eastern insights that have been around for thousands of years.
African-American
(540) 572-1006
Marshall, Virginia 20115
Sanderijn Batelaan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Reston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Very few adults, let alone children or teenagers, jump at the chance to start seeing a therapist. Difficult circumstances might have brought you to this point: communication problems with family members, frequent arguments, feeling stressed out, or having intense feelings of depression and anxiety. I strive to create a warm and welcoming environment for my clients. My approach is personal, practical, non judgmental. I work in a variety of ways, depending on your or your child's needs and preference, using cognitive behavioral therapy, art therapy, and play therapy.
African-American
(571) 350-8352
Reston, Virginia 20190
Rita M Romano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Woodbridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have a healthy respect for the difficulties and complexities of life and will provide a non-judgemental environment for individuals or couples to explore solutions to the problems they face. The most common issues I work with are depression, anxiety, trauma and relationship problems. I like to look at what is working in a person's life and to promote wellness, as opposed to focusing on pathology or sickness. I find that once an individual focuses on specific goals, it does not take a long time to make significant movement in a positive direction.
African-American
(703) 594-8052 x120
Woodbridge, Virginia 22192
Eyob B Kassa  in Manassas
“I am a bilingual (I speak both Amharic and English language) Pre-licensed Mental health professional. I enjoy working with couples, individuals and families of diverse cultural backgrounds whose life experiences become stressful and overwhelming. My approach is gentle, interactive and problem solving, which allows for individuals to see change quickly. I will collaboratively work with you to address these issues and together will uncover your solutions.
African-American
(703) 291-1749
Manassas, Virginia 20110
Linda Lewter, Counselor  in Chesapeake
“I am committed to helping my clients cope with life's transitions in all aspects of life to include work, home and peer relationships.
African-American
(757) 337-6166
Chesapeake, Virginia 23321
Tameka M Tucker, Psychologist  in Alexandria
“The most important goal of providing services is the ability to develop a rapport with my clients in a meaningful way....I work to facilitate the process and assist them in working through challenging situations and developing new insights.
African-American
(202) 552-0349
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Your decision to seek assistance in dealing with life's current challenges is to be commended. It is my goal to provide a confidential and supportive therapeutic environment in which you are able to activate the skills needed to enhance the quality of your life. My style of therapy is to appreciate the uniqueness of each individual and to work together in establishing treatment goals and achieving them. I have over thirty years of experience in the behavioral health field, and have worked in outpatient mental health, residential treatment, schools, and alcoholism/substance abuse treatment settings.
African-American
(703) 991-7285
Lake Ridge, Virginia 22192

African-American Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Virginia (VA) or for a Virginia (VA) African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Virginia (VA) or Virginia (VA) black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Virginia (VA). They provide African American counseling in Virginia (VA) or black counseling in Virginia (VA) and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Virginia (VA).

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

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

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