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Therapists in Charlottesville City County

Ken Horne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Welcome - I am passionate about the intersection between psychotherapy, neuroscience research, and contemplative mindfulness-based practices. I believe contentment is within reach for all people and that a holistic understanding of the self, the mind, and one's environment is essential to experiencing this. I support clients in building inner clarity and spaciousness by developing new perspectives and skills for relating to anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems etc. By looking at fears, judgments, patterns, and attachments, clients begin to see more clearly, let go, and soften to themselves and others by cultivating a more open, accepting, and non-evaluative way of being.
(434) 981-5331
David E Szwedo, Psychologist  in Charlottesville
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who works from a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) perspective to treat psychological problems in children, adolescents, and adults. CBT has been shown to be an effective treatment for anxiety disorders and depression, as well as a number of other emotional and behavioral difficulties. I also integrate other evidence-based therapeutic approaches, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, and Interpersonal Therapy, when appropriate. Treatment approaches and strategies are tailored to the specific needs of the individual, couple, or family seeking care.
(434) 471-4628
Robert Taibbi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My style is largely interactive, behavioral and usually brief. I focus on helping clients break dysfunctional patterns,take acceptable risks, discover how they get stuck in their lives, and how to approach problems in a more flexible way. There's homework, new behaviors to try during the week. I have written 7 books on couple & family therapy, anxiety, depression & anger, brief therapy, clinical supervision, as well as over 300 articles. I write an online column for Psychology Today entitled Fixing Families, and have provided trainings nationally and internationally.
(434) 264-5486 x7
Cindy Stegmeier, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“My hope is to assist you in transforming those painful, self limiting beliefs and old patterns into realistic and affirming ones. The process I most often use incorporates bi-lateral stimulation of the brain. This is a simple technique that often has profound results. It has been shown to move client's very quickly towards the core healing which is central to lasting results. One of the key benefits of this therapy is the ability to approach new situations /people with creativity, clarity, and new problem solving techniques.This often occurs spontaneously as part of the process.
(434) 202-3383
Jim Mckinley-Oakes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Clients coming to see me are generally in one of these three categories: 1) People who are unhappy and know why. They have experienced loss, mistreatment, oppression, trauma, major illness, or other experiences that they identify as the source of their distress. 2) People who are unhappy and don't know why. They may feel depressed, anxious, or dissatisfied with their lives and not know the reason. 3) People who feel O.K. and want to feel even better.
(434) 264-5173
Rob Young, Psychologist  in Charlottesville
“It is not enough to not feel bad any more. I strive to bring postivity and happiness into people's lives, while systematically eliminating the barriers to that happiness. Because I specialize, I am able to consistently stay educated, train, and focus on what I do best. I focus on two primary areas: Anxiety (including generalized anxiety, panic, OCD, phobias, social anxiety, and PTSD) and Marital/Intimacy problems.
(434) 566-0113
Karen Ann Durland-Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
“I provide therapy from the belief that therapy is a collaborative journey in which, together, we identify what gets in the way of life goals. Then we create a vision along with a plan to go from where you are to where you want to be in their life. I have participated in extensive training as a family and couples therapist with over 10 years of practice experience. Families in which one member exhibits the symptoms of ADHD, ADD, oppositional and defiant behaviors, impulsive and violent behaviors, post traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, and learning disabilities work well with me.
(434) 264-5117
Matthew Yoder, Psychologist  in Charlottesville
“I approach treatment of anxiety and depression from a cognitive-behavioral perspective. I will work with you to become aware of how your behaviors and thoughts are impacting the way you feel and to change those thoughts and behaviors that are not helpful to you. This mode of treatment is time-limited and focused, designed to get you back to living the life you want - not to spend years in therapy.
(540) 318-7250
Kathleen McFadden Myers, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“Do you struggle with your relationships? Do you have trouble asking for what you want in relationships and at work? Is it difficult for you to set boundaries and feel okay about it? If so, you are struggling with relationship issues and possibly relationship trauma symptoms. I practice using evidenced-based effective therapies, such as EMDR, Psychodrama and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
(410) 202-2760
Barbara Groves, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As your therapist, I will guide you to recognize learned patterns of thinking, acting and feeling that may be creating suffering in your life. Together we will explore where and why you learned those patterns. Once fully understood, you will find the courage to transform those learned patterns into healthier ones. I will then guide you to practice these new and healthier patterns in the therapy room as well as in your life outside the therapy room. Once you transform old patterns of relating into healthier ones, you will feel lighter, more confident and happier.
(434) 906-9448
Walter Mehring, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlottesville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EdS, LPC, LMFT
“Do you feel stuck, anxious or frustrated by your current circumstances? Often old ways of looking at yourself; dealing with problems; or managing your relationships hinder you from effectively meeting the current challenges you face. I can help you gain perspective and offer you the support you need to move forward into more rewarding patterns of living. Together, we identify your strengths and help you develop new skills in place of those habits that are blocking your way. I help you learn how to develop warm, secure relationships, and find your path to a meaningful, creative life.
(434) 878-0974
Maryfrances Porter, Psychologist  in Charlottesville
“Dr. Maryfrances Porter is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders in adults, as well as with children and adolescents. She works from an attachment orientation to treat people facing personal, relationship and emotional struggles of all kinds. Dr. Porter also has extensive experience working with UVA undergraduates and graduate students.
(434) 825-4841
“Can you use your mind to reduce your suffering, rather than increase it? Or to increase meaning and depth in your life? You can, but most people need a little help with this. Sometimes a sympathetic family member or wise friend can help a great deal; other times when a knowledgeable, compassionate professional is a better choice. Perhaps your internal life feels out of control, or you're feeling stuck, repeating ineffective patterns of relating to yourself and others. I work with people to help them understand themselves and their situation, manage stress better, and make positive changes happen.
(434) 202-3939
Cara Marinucci, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“Are you aware that anxiety, grief, depression, or addiction are limiting your life opportunities? Do you want to connect with your life path in a way that brings healing, growth, and transformation? Would you like to gain skills that increase your ability to navigate life successfully? Are you ready to engage with your life so you can live fully? Whatever expected or unexpected challenges you face, being able to acknowledge those difficulties while empowering yourself will create change that allows you to move forward into a deeper sense of well-being.
(434) 960-2327
Diana C. Brawley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, MDiv, ThM, MSW
“The nexus of spiritual, mental and physical health is the key to finding that life balance so many of us are looking for. The journey begins with growing trust. My goal is to help you traverse life's transitions with grace through integrative and thoughtful counseling. If you seek relief from depression, anxiety, and painful relationship patterns, parenting issues, separation, divorce, job loss, or grief, then call or email me to get started. See website for more details: dianabrawley.com
(434) 878-0329
Chapin Faulconer, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“My treatment approach is to provide support with insight and feedback to help clients address current challenges and long-standing issues. With sensitivity and compassion, I help individuals, couples and families bring resolution to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues. With an integration of complimentary methods, I draw from a selection of styles and techniques to incorporate what is most helpful for each individual. Together with each client I work to build on strengths and achieve life goals.
(434) 214-0909
Christine Ann Walker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I provide a warm and nurturing environment where clients feel safe to explore their deepest inner selves. Whether addressing adult or parent-child issues, I emphasize the importance of working on one's own emotional and nervous systems as a first step to creating change. My intention is to help people "heal", not just "deal". I use talk therapy and experiential techniques such as Gestalt, Somatic Experiencing, and mindfulness practices. I have found that working with deep emotions embedded in the "felt sense" of one's experience is a powerful tool leading to transformation.
(434) 207-5494
Mimi (Marie) Steele, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“I use Emotionally Focused therapy as a tool to help couples stuck in repetitive, non-producitve conflict. Using EFT, couples identify their negative interactional patterns, increase awareness about underlying emotional wounds triggered with their partner, and work to rebuild their emotional bond. My experience includes helping couples repair their relationship after an infidelity or breach of trust. If reconciliation is not possible, I assist couples through the separation and divorce process, providing guidance and support to parents as they help their children through this difficult transition.
(434) 473-6060
Jeanne A Martin, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“If you are experiencing intense anxiety, relationship issues, depression, and/or just feeling stuck, change is possible. I believe that the relationship between client and therapist opens pathways to healing and clients can discover the truth of their own inner strength and resources. I would like to help you on your journey to explore, learn, and encourage movement towards greater self-awareness, deeper peace, and achieve more meaning and joy from relationships. To achieve these goals, I believe that a customized approach in therapy using a variety of modalities is most effective in helping people make postive changes in their lives.
(434) 607-4066
Tim Rambo, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“I help individuals find desired change, relief, and insight by increasing understanding and awareness of their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. I teach practical coping skills and guide clients in reprocessing distressing experiences and memories. With a mindfulness and strength-based approach, one technique I offer, as needed, is EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing). Through this work together, you'll connect more with your inner, positive voice and truths, and decrease automatic behaviors and thoughts that make "small" issues feel overwhelming, that cause "freezing" or fighting. This results in more comfort with yourself and more confidence with other people or situations.
(434) 253-4154

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Charlottesville 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 Charlottesville City County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Charlottesville City County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Charlottesville City County or family therapy in Charlottesville City County.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.