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Therapists in Charlottesville City County

Emily E Lape, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
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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
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
Walter Mehring, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Charlottesville
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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
Brandon Phillips, Psychologist  in Charlottesville
“Hope, confidence, and changing unhelpful patterns are some of the general benefits most people can expect from therapy. I am a psychologist in Charlottesville, Virginia, and I work with adults experiencing a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, and relational problems. Additionally, I have particular experience with stress management, grief, and couples therapy. My approach in therapy is collaborative and multifaceted. Through working together I help people develop skills and increase awareness. This way people can overcome current challenges and reduce future problems. Because of this, people achieve reduced distress, and also increased happiness, thriving, and satisfaction.
(434) 214-4013
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
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
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have extensive experience supporting clients who suffer from trauma-related disorders, including intimate partner violence, child abuse/sexual abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and loss and grief issues. In a safe and caring environment, we will work together as partners in your treatment, developing a plan to process your trauma and move from the role of victim to that of a strong and successful survivor. I have experience working with clients who have other anxiety-related disorders and especially focus my practice on working with women and children.
(434) 264-5326
Allison Anderson, Psychologist  in Charlottesville
“I specialize in comprehensive psychological testing for children, adolescents and adults, including testing for learning disorders and ADHD/ADD, general academic achievement and work concerns, problems with anxiety, and mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder, and developmental delay. I also provide screening for memory and other cognitive problems, IQ testing for gifted programs/schools or other purposes, personality testing for self-knowledge or to address life difficulties, and testing to assess whether disability accommodations are supported in a variety of settings.
(434) 480-3888
“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
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
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
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
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
“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
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
Lora D Baum, Psychologist  in Charlottesville
“Chronic illness or pain present unique challenges for individuals and families. Using cognitive behavioral therapy, learn to live a better and healthier life. I specialize in helping people with chronic medical conditions improve their physical and emotional functioning. Do you have chronic headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic low back pain, or fibromyalgia? Each of these conditions can be alleviated by using psychological treatments. Having chronic pain is a stress in and of itself. I help you to make changes that can also improve sleep and mood.
(434) 336-3277
Ken Horne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlottesville
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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
Center for Wellness and Change,   in Charlottesville
“Mindfulness is great therapeutic support. I specialize in mindfulness and stress as it relates to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and women's health. My focus is a lifestyle approach that moves you toward mental and physical health in a short amount of time with lasting results (a 6-12 week commitment is ideal). I integrate research-based therapeutic lifestyle changes that increase enjoyment in daily life. I have a practice in Charlottesville in collaboration with a full medical team. I am also a mindfulness instructor at The University of Virginia,and contributing writer for Psych Central.
(434) 485-0104
Shawn Lea Strubbe, Counselor  in Charlottesville
“Problems are not "just in our heads." Problems are in our bodies, too. We respond to them through our thoughts, feelings, and actions. I believe that "talk therapy" is important. I also believe it is important to work beyond this modality in order to give people an opportunity to integrate cognitions, feelings, and the body. This allows people to release old patterns so they can act on experiences in new, more effective ways. Change becomes possible.
(434) 963-6671
Russ Federman, Psychologist  in Charlottesville
“My primary area of specialty involves psychotherapy for individuals with bipolar disorder (individual therapy, bipolar support groups and couples and/or family sessions pertaining to the disorder). In terms of broader practice areas, my work is directed towards depressive disorders, personality disorders, adjustment and transition issues (employment change, empty nesting, death of a loved one, divorce, geographic relocation, retirement,etc.), trauma/abuse/dissociative disorders, GLBT issues, as well as individuals dealing with adjustment to physical disability. I have been licensed as a psychologist and practicing for over 30 years.
(434) 200-8326

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?
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