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African-American Therapists in Virginia (VA)

Brittany Mann-Lindon, Psychologist  in Gainesville
“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, children, 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. Same day appointments possible.
African-American
(540) 572-1006
Gainesville, Virginia 20155
Mary Anne Nulty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Falls Church
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DAPA
“It has been my privilege as a clinician to work with motivated individuals, families and groups by initially focusing on stabilizing an immediate emotional crisis and following up with coaching in the areas that will support continued growth. These could include depression and anxiety, marriage/family relationship system, challenges in the work setting, substance abuse (including Twelve Step work), grief and trauma. I also offer individual and group supervision for Clinical Social Workers employed in a variety of types of settings who are working towards state licensure.
African-American
(703) 291-1532
Falls Church, Virginia 22043
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
Alexandra Kaghan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vienna
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“My first goal is to provide you with an open and trusting environment where you can feel safe to explore what has been troubling you. I know how hard it can be to contact a therapist for help. Whether it is depression, eating issues, work or relationship struggles, I will work with you in a way that will help you better understand your thoughts and feelings so that you can move forward in your life. Using my years of experience treating depression, eating disorders and relationship issues, together we will tailor treatment goals to meet your individual needs.
African-American
(703) 291-0747
Vienna, Virginia 22180
Fatina Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fairfax
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RPT
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist who is experienced in working with children, adolescents and adults. I have worked in inpatient, outpatient and home-based treatment programs. My areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, grief/loss, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder and parenting issues.
African-American
(703) 728-8329
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
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
Donna S Davenport, Psychologist  in Williamsburg
“We all have situations in our lives that prove difficult and with no apparent options. Having a supportive, experienced, and sometimes humorous therapist whom you can talk honestly with and trust, however, can lead to new perspectives and renewed hope and self-confidence. I have worked with hundreds of adults (individuals and couples) whose concerns include university faculty issues, relationship difficulties, gender issues, grief/loss, LGBTQ issues, and mood disorders such as anxiety and depression. My goal is to understand your predicaments, and within the context of your strengths and values, work collaboratively toward creating new possibilities in your life.
African-American
(757) 694-4811
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
Felicea C. Meyer-Deloatch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fairfax
“You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think".......By A.A. Milne. It is my deepest desire to actively assist those in need of support through life's challenges. I am eager to work with those experiencing a crisis, conflict, or seemingly unmanageable change in the course of life's events. I discretely assist individuals in finding solutions to some of the more challenging issues in life.
African-American
(703) 962-1282
Fairfax, Virginia 22031
Cashna Olivia McGlone, Counselor  in Newport News
“I believe my clients are some of the bravest people that I know. They are the ones who are willing to take the first step towards enriching their lives. Through encouraging insight, higher self esteem, and improving upon the skills necessary to lead a more fruitful life, my goal is to walk with my clients every step of the way as they make their individual journeys in the healing process.
African-American
(757) 517-3770
Newport News, Virginia 23601
Elizabeth M Wilkins-McKee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Woodbridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I help clients balance the challenges and changes of life. As each person and family is different, so is my approach. I tailor my work to the needs of clients and also include recognized "best practice" approaches. I use a well-balanced, "whole-person" model to motivate clients towards meeting their personal goals.
African-American
(703) 468-8639 x123
Woodbridge, Virginia 22192
Nobility Counseling & Consultation, LLC, Counselor  in Chester
“How do you find the right therapist for you? As a practicing psychotherapist, I am committed to working with individuals that are interested in making a change in their lives. The decision to seek counseling is often a difficult decision to make. However, it is my belief that once you have made that first step in wanting and pursuing counseling, you have already moved in the direction of your own healing.
African-American
(804) 441-7689
Chester, Virginia 23831
Visions of Tomorrow, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
“As an African Female Therapist, my goal is to provide client centered and Christian Counseling services for all populations. My focus is to help individuals develop new visions that are often lost as they deal with day to day stress and traumas.
African-American
(757) 517-3768
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Life Enrichment Counseling Center, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Alexandria
“Life Enrichment Counseling Center provides quality counseling and therapy services to adolescents, adults, couples and groups in Alexandria and Gainesville, VA. Our vision is to inspire people to live more fulfilling lives and to step into their wholeness. Our therapists are highly skilled and committed to providing holistic services to individuals and families. The counseling and therapy services we provide seeks to address the total needs of our clients, including their psychological, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Our therapists are highly skilled in their field with years of experience serving the Northern Virginia community.
African-American
(703) 822-7205
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
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
Janice Quinn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I enjoy working with clients who are struggling with life issues particularly anxiety, depression and trauma. Together, we examine areas of struggle or "stuckness" and identify new ways of being more engaged and effective in relationship with others and ourselves. Treatment modalities range from short-term brief, CBT, and problem-focused dynamic therapies to longer-term analytic work. For individuals seeking greater self-growth, I am a fully-trained and certified Jungian psychoanalyst and use dreams and active imagination to identify unconscious material that may lead an individual to a greater sense of life fulfillment and ultimately joy!
African-American
(703) 521-1848
Arlington, Virginia 22202
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
“I have a Master's degree in Pastoral Counseling from Marymount University, Arlington, Virginia. During my internship as a graduate student I worked as a Spiritual Care & Bereavement Coordinator at a hospice agency. Upon graduation, I continued to work as Bereavement Counselor for three years. During that time I organized and conducted three successful bereavement camps for youth who had lost a loved one. In addition, I have also worked as a Qualified Mental Health Professional for five years with Virginia Home Based Counseling Services, focusing with children, teens, and parents
African-American
(703) 957-7190
Lake Ridge, Virginia 22192
Kevin Childs Counseling Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
“Emotional distress is very often connected to a troubled relationship and many times talking with a close friend or relative can help, but there are also times when you need more. These are the times you need a trained listener... a caring, professional who can help alleviate your emotional distress. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I provide therapy that is constructive, compassionate and confidential. For decades I have worked with people in crisis and helped men, women, families and couples find the understanding and skill necessary to work through concerns in a manner that is respectful and self-affirming.
African-American
(757) 550-3489
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Craig James, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ashburn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Itís not often people get to say how much they enjoy their work, but I do. As a mental health and substance abuse therapist with Finding Solutions Counseling Centers, I get to meet fascinating people and assist them as they navigate through tough times. I do so through individual and family therapy. In addition, I facilitate several groups, primarily our Dual Diagnosis Recovery which is designed to help individuals with substance abuse problems. Besides therapy, I provide community educations and lectures on various topics impacting individuals and the society as a whole.
African-American
(703) 636-2888 x3
Ashburn, Virginia 20147
Total Wellness Centers, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Congratulations on taking one step closer towards receiving the help you seek. Total Wellness Centers is willing to guide you through the process of seeking your personal wellness. Seeking wellness is an active process of working towards a better quality of life, and sense of well-being. It is the process of gaining insight and becoming aware of oneself, while making positive choices towards more healthy and successful living.
African-American
(804) 298-7866
Richmond, Virginia 23225

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).