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Therapists in Charlottesville City County

Emily E Lape, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a seasoned clinician with over 20 years experience in private practice, university mental health and inpatient settings, I find the work deeply rewarding. Good therapy helps people to develop a stronger sense of identity and self worth, a safe setting to explore self defeating behaviors and newer coping tools, a place to deepen relationships and achieve greater satisfaction in one's personal and professional lifen. I am more interested in the unique person in the room than a particular theoretical orientation. I draw from insight oriented, psychodynamic, relational frames, and incorporate CBT, DBT, mindfulness and yoga therapy techniques.
(434) 321-5027
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
The Epiphany Center, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and I am also certified as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I have 12 years of counseling experience working with mental heath disorder, eating disorders and substance use disorders. I take a psychodynamic approach that allows for depth work in the counseling session to facilitate conscious living, freedom to choose and the power to change. I also use DBT skills training to promote self-acceptance, non-judgment and behavior change. My hope is that the therapeutic environment of acceptance becomes your internal daily experience.
(434) 363-4647
Pamela E McIntire, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“I offer supportive, practically-minded counseling to adults, children, teens, parents, and families. I teach real-world skills and use research-based interventions to promote wellness and manage life's challenges. My goal is to help clients access their own strengths to overcome difficulties. I teach practical skills to enhance areas such as communication, relationships, stress management and self concept. I assist clients in sorting through confusing or self defeating thoughts and behavior patterns to finding positive, life-enhancing alternatives. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor and I have more than 10 years experience working with families, children, teens and individuals.
(434) 480-3886
Missy Sirch, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“I believe my job is to work myself out of a job. It is my task to assist individuals in cultivating the skills and understanding they need to optimize their well being in all spheres in their life. Through an honest, trusting collaborative relationship I endeavor to facilitate my client's capacity to create healthy relationships, both with themselves and others. I strive to be flexibile in supporting clients in the manner in which they need versus an authoritative manner which presumes I know what is best for them. My goal is to assist them in dertermining their best selves.
(434) 977-8877
Dana Herr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy has as its fulcrum a secure, connected, trustworthy relationship. Within this safe zone there is opportunity for discovery, healing, questioning, empowerment, questioning, and goal-setting. I see therapy as an open-ended, yet purposeful opportunity for all of these, and more. I strive to help clients explore and expand their sense of themselves, and to live and relate authentically, both in relationships and in vocation. I have a gentle, affirmative clinical presence, at points serene and curious, at others interactive, with humor as an adjunct.
(434) 264-5313
Mark DeNoble, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“College students need challenge and support to excel. The University does a great job challenging them, yet sometimes students find they need extra support to achieve their goals. I am an off-Grounds professional who specializes in working with college students, as well as members of the University and local community.
(434) 485-0595
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
David E Szwedo, Psychologist  in Charlottesville
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for depressive disorders in adolescents and adults. I work from a scientific, evidence-based perspective to treat depression as well as other - often co-occurring - problems such as anxiety (e.g., general anxiety, social anxiety, panic disorder, OCD, phobias), trauma, substance use, and stress from life or relationship problems/transitions. I also integrate other evidence-based therapeutic approaches, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (including mindfulness-based strategies), Behavioral Therapy, and emotion regulation/distress tolerance skills, when appropriate.
(434) 471-4628
Claire Hopkins, Counselor  in Charlottesville
Counselor, MA, EdS, LCPC
“As a counselor, I understand that trauma occurs at any age, in many different forms. It can be overt, in the case of physical abuse and death; ambiguous, in the form of divorce, break-ups, peer pressure, bullying and the impact of social media. It can also be entirely hidden from our consciousness. Counseling is a way to approach and connect with trauma in a safe place. It is a way to help yourself heal.
(207) 747-3151
Kimberly Gladysz,   in Charlottesville
“Peace. Focus. Joy. In a mindful living coaching session, you will learn breath and meditation tools to help you feel more inner peace and focused. From this place, you will learn to surf feelings of stress, anger, or "stuckness" and discover the potential for more harmony with yourself and others.
(510) 253-0256
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
Virginia Coffey, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“Seeking therapy is a courageous act. Many times the first steps can be the most daunting, in coming to terms with something in your life that may be missing or no longer is working for you. So often, it's really hard to identify what's wrong, especially when there's a sense of disconnection and isolation in these feelings. I believe I can help you!
(434) 483-5386
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
Lisa M Locke-Downer, Psychologist  in Charlottesville
“I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults who are experiencing difficulties such as anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, behavioral problems, and social concerns. I use a cognitive-behavioral treatment approach, with family and school consultation as important components of the treatment. Consultation with physicians, psychiatrists, and other treatment providers is also welcomed. In addition to psychotherapy, I offer brief cognitive and educational evaluations to determine level of functioning and diagnosis (e.g., ADHD, learning disabilities, emotional concerns).
(434) 483-5210
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
Jesse Luckett, LPC, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“I work with individuals and families to help them actualize their innate qualities of goodness and wholeness. I have specialized training in family therapy, couples therapy, play therapy and work with adolescents. Adults and teenagers who are overwhelmed with stress, anxiety, or depression, learn to transform their life challenges into opportunities for healing and growth. Parents receive support in managing children and teenagers with ADHD, anger issues, and other behavioral difficulties. Couples will learn to recognize behaviors that keep them stuck and are provided with tools to help them communicate more effectively and lovingly with each other.
(720) 466-7964
Stacy P Dean,   in Charlottesville
PhD, NCED, CAS
“My clients are individuals or families seeking assistance with the educational and/or learning process. This can include parents who are seeking help for children, or adults, struggling to learn due to possible gaps in necessary skills, learning challenges, attention challenges, or autism. I can conduct very specific testing to determine strengths and weaknesses, but most importantly, develop learning plans for the home, school, or work setting. The process is always client driven and can be as simple as determining specific reading or math difficulties or it can be a comprehensive learning evaluation.
(434) 607-4527
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
“I work with individuals, families and couples who are stuck and desire improving the quality and functioning of their lives. I have focused on individuals that struggle with depression, anxiety, chronic illness, blended family and challenging transitions in their lives. I have a particular interest in working with families with children with Autism/Asperger's/related disorders. I believe that that having a child with special needs affects the whole family. I feel they all deserve support and a team to help create/reclaim a healthy vision and functioning.
(434) 264-5039

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.

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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.
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