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Therapists in Abingdon

Erin R Jurich-Finney, Psychologist  in Abingdon
“I like helping people who are going through a rough patch and need a little extra help to get through. This can be kids, adults, whole families, and sometimes even groups of people, like a group of nurses or teachers. While the people who need my help are not feeling so great when they first come in, I am so happy to help them through the tough times and see them come out on the other side feeling like themselves again, and maybe even stronger.
(276) 663-4716
Abingdon, Virginia 24210
“I believe the ideal client takes the first step step toward healing by deciding to seek help--which takes courage. You might be considering therapy to help you improve your self esteem, improve your relationship with your partner, deal with grief and loss. I believe with support, change is possible. If you feel overwhelmed, stressed out, depressed, or anxious, you may feel that no one understands. Through therapy, you can learn to live differently. You can learn to live more peacefullly.
(276) 821-8430
Abingdon, Virginia 24210
Cindy Fannin, Counselor  in Abingdon
“Cindy believes humans are physical, mental, sexual and spiritual beings thus the goal of therapy is to obtain health in all areas of one's being. I believe a client takes the first step to healing as soon as the counseling appointment is made. It's a privilege to observe transformation in a client on the road to hope and healing by focusing on the strengths from within the client. It is exciting to watch a couple go from the brink of divorce to a marriage better than ever.
(423) 201-4372
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Abingdon, Virginia 24210
Hannah Pollard: Kingsport Counseling Associates, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Abingdon
“Hannah M. Pollard has earned a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, with a specialization in Christian Sex Therapy. She is in the process of becoming a duel licensed marriage and family therapist in Tennessee and Virginia. Currently she is an associate member of the American Board of Christian Sex Therapist, working towards a license in Christian sex therapy. She also is a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family and the American Association of Christian Counselors.
(276) 582-0174
Office is near:
Abingdon, Virginia 24211
Kingsport Counseling Associates, PLLC, Treatment Facility  in Abingdon
“Kingsport Counseling Associates, PLLC is a group of professional clinicians providing individual, marriage and family counseling and therapy services. Located in Kingsport, Tennessee we serve the Tri-Cities Region of Tennessee and Virginia (Kingsport, Johnson City and Bristol) in the Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia regions of these states. We also serve the people living in Southeastern Kentucky. Our Counseling Associates are: L. Gordon Brewer, Jr., MEd, LMFT; Amy French, MSC, LMFT; Hannah Pollard, MA, LMFT(temp), Daniel Jackson, MS, MFT(intern) and Jennifer Richards, MA, MFT(intern) Call: 844-215-0811 to contact one of our therapists.
(423) 207-4900
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Abingdon, Virginia 24210
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