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Therapists in Virginia Beach

Joseph New, Counselor  in Virginia Beach
“I enjoy working with clients to help make the changes in their life and/or relationships to alleviate excess stress and enrich their present and future
(757) 793-2826
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
Alena M Scigliano  in Virginia Beach
“I am passionate about helping people from all walks of life heal emotionally & mentally. I find it a blessing to be able to support clients through difficult & challenging periods of their lives, as well as help them make smooth transitions through life changes. I treat all people from all backgrounds & will only incorporate spirituality (from any faith) when desired by my client. I have successfully worked with a number of issues, including depression, anxiety, anger, family conflict, substance abuse, abusive relationships, and counseling hospice patients and their grieving families.
(757) 273-8664
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455
Debbie L Kade, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAC
“Therapy can help when you find yourself unhappy with your life and you are ready for some changes. If you are anxious, depressed, in pain, or having trouble with headaches, sleep, or other health issues, I can help you get your life back on track. I work with children, teens, and adults. I have advanced training in treating issues such as stress, separation, divorce, grief, alcohol & substance use, weight loss, self-image, and work/life balance. In addition to talk therapy, I incorporate imagery, self-hypnosis, & biofeedback in your sessions to enhance your experience & success.
(757) 337-6520
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454
Mary Carole Davis'libre, Counselor  in Virginia Beach
“I truely enjoy my work as clinical counselor and that "life is like a box of chocolates." I believe everyone is a unique individual with needs and wants important to them. As a cognitive behavioral therapist, I want to know what you think, feel, and need. What do you want? My office provides a relaxing environment for you to explain your life story and express your true feelings and daily frustrations. Counseling/or therapy is about making healthy, realistic changes in your life. Let's work together as you move toward the next stage of your life.
(757) 517-3319
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Norm Stein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in helping people experiencing PTSD, psychological trauma, anxiety, nightmares, grief, depression, low self esteem, and survivors of sexual assault or childhood. My goal is to eliminate their nightmares, anxiety, guilt, grief and feelings of worthlessness so they can move forward to experience the happy, satisfying and fulfilling lives they deserve. Clients include: Combat Veterans, Active Duty/Retired Military, Police, EMT's, Firefighters, Victims of crime (assault, robbery, domestic abuse), Male/Female sexual assault survivors, Male/Female survivors of childhood sexual molestation/abuse, Health Care providers, People experiencing grief/loss. I PROVIDE CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT IN A PRIVATE SETTING.
(757) 243-1205
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Rita Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Since 1988, I have been providing counseling to adults 18 and up. I provide a compassionate and supportive atmosphere to help people find peace, comfort and happiness in their lives and relationships. My work with individuals and couples focuses on understanding and alleviating distressing symptoms, promoting self-awareness and growth, and enhancing relationships with others. Having the right communication skills to deal with conflict is the key to having a successful relationship. I have special training in teaching individuals and couples the right communication skills and how to get each other's needs met. Let me show you how.
(757) 655-0374
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454
Joseph Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Jungian Analysis is a depth psychotherapeutic approach to understanding yourself, others and the complex issues encountered in your life. Areas of exploration can include: Relationships, Work, Stress, Trauma, Grief & Loss, Addiction, Abuse, Psychosomatic physical symptoms, Creativity, Self-knowledge, Dreams, Life goals, and Spirituality. Jungian Analysis focuses on your needs and potentials in the context of deeper meaning. Attention is given to the symbolic language and archetypal meaning of inner and outer experiences. This facilitates the individuation process, which is one's natural movement toward wholeness.
(757) 603-3194
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
Joginder Pal, Psychiatrist  in Virginia Beach
“MY WORK WITH THE PATIENT: As a psychiatrist with over 30 years' experience serving patients, I understand the need to work with the patient to develop an understanding of all factors that are playing a role in the present state of mind and body, such as family, work and social environments, leisure activities, and physical health.
(757) 517-3824
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Nikki Schwartz  in Virginia Beach
“I really enjoy working with children, teenagers, and adults who have ADHD, Asperger's or Autism. I use neurofeedback, play therapy, and parent coaching to help my clients and their families to live, play and function in healthier and happier lives. I seem to do particularly well with hyperactive children, as I also have ADHD. I can relate to their struggles to sit still and get along with others. I help parents develop proactive parenting strategies, so that problems decrease naturally. I believe in coming up with practical solutions that work for individuals and families.
(757) 517-3868
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455
Meghan Duncan Toffey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
“I work best with clients who are ready to spend some time on themselves (for a change!), exploring why, with everything they have to be grateful for, it is the things that aren't quite right which keep them up at night. There may be a serious illness in themselves or a family member, a loss of a sense of purpose or meaning, grief that is just too powerful to bear alone. These are the things that family members may be tired of hearing, or just don't understand, or perhaps wouldn't understand if you even did tell them.
(410) 695-6367
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Jennifer Sulouff Ripley, Psychologist  in Virginia Beach
“Have you been contemplating starting counseling to help with problems in your relationships, mood, understanding yourself or other issues? Personal and confidential counseling can help you to achieve that goal. I am a licensed psychologist with the state of Virginia with a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. I have been licensed since 2001, and began graduate training in 1994. My practice helps clients use their strengths and abilities to change their lives- what psychologists called "positive psychology." Counseling should be a positive and empowering experience. Counseling can bring hope, healing, improved life skills, insight and even wisdom in your life.
(757) 517-2496
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Angela F Montgomery LPC, Counselor  in Virginia Beach
“I have particular interest in Marriage and Family Issues; Substance Abuse and Dependence; Anxiety Disorders: Grief, Loss, and Trauma; Depressive Disorders; Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; Domestic Violence; Church Based Counseling and Religious Studies; Working with Children and Adolescents; Career Counseling, and diagnosis and treatment of other mental health disorders and problems in living. Counseling is most effective when it is a collaborative process. Goals are established within the first few sessions intended to guide the course of our work. I will work diligently to provide you with compassionate and effective counseling that is respectful of your life experiences and individual perspective.
(360) 529-3156
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455
Danielle L Bell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSSA
“Thanks for checking out my profile. My belief in the purpose of therapy is to help you figure out what matters most in your life, identify your goals, and determine the journey to get there. My role is to be present in helping you understand this process. I have been working in this field since 2005. I have worked in New York City, Indiana, Cleveland, and Virginia. I specialize in working with people with anxiety or depression. I also have an outstanding record with developing behavior management strategies with at-risk youth and helping families become whole again.
(757) 663-5927
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Rising Tide Therapy, Counselor  in Virginia Beach
“I work with individuals and couples in the Hampton Roads area seeking confidential and discreet support in working through issues and stressors effecting their everyday lives. Difficult feelings can be a gateway for personal growth. Many individuals struggle with depression and anxiety, trauma, problems in relationships, work-related conflicts, or simply put, that feeling that something "just isn't right." My goal is to help you gain awareness and explore difficult thoughts, feelings, and past experiences which prevent you from being comfortable with yourself and improve your relationships with others.
(757) 634-3458
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455
Ellie Shumaker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“I work only with children ages 3 - 10. As a Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years experience in the counseling profession. I consider it my joy and privilege: 1. To help your child recover from sad, hurtful or stressful events in his or her life. 2. To help you apply your particular strengths to parent more effectively through the difficulties your child is facing. 3. To help you and your child grow closer together through this process. Note: NO custody evaluations, court reports, court appearances. My focus is solely on problem-resolution, healing, and helping children & parents be happier.
(757) 517-3788
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
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.
(757) 517-3768
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Heather Smith, Psychologist  in Virginia Beach
“I enjoy the privilege of working with my patients as they seek to improve their life satisfafction, develop coping skills, and change their symptoms into manageable aspects of their life. For over 25 years, I have worked with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. In addition to providing therapy, my experience includes testing and evaluations; university teaching and professional development seminars; as well as developing programs and clinics, serving as the Chief Behavioral Health Officer.
(757) 502-8992
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454
Marie Donlan, LMFT PC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Virginia Beach
“Hello! I look forward to working with you, as I believe the journey to optimum mental health is a collaborative process between us. I have a solution focused style, and will give you tools so you can work daily on being present, calm, and focused in your life. I look forward to working with you.
(757) 517-3709
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Elizabeth (Betsy) M Koivisto  in Virginia Beach
“Are you seeking balance? Have you experienced trauma or brokenness? Are you running from shame or despair? Do you desire to make a change or pursue a goal? Are you searching for freedom or healing? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Counseling can be an invaluable and effective tool that can empower you to achieve your desired outcomes. I welcome your struggles with Addiction; Grief, Loss, & Trauma; Anxiety; Depression; Life Transitions; Career; Military Life; Marriage & Family; Chronic Illness; Women's Issues; and other mental health disorders and life problems.
(757) 320-4398
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
Cynthia L Roth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes life is just difficult. Whether illness, relationship issues, loss, trauma, depression, or anxiety, there is hope. Together we will define issues and help you make adjustments to your insight, understanding, thoughts and behaviors to help you achieve your goals. I can help you get to where you want to be in your understanding, life situations and relationships.
(757) 383-9493
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451

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