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Therapists in Richmond

Rebecca Smith McCracken, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Do you struggle with anxiety, fear, depression, and chronic pain? Do painful emotions and chronic pain stop you from doing the things you enjoy or interfere with work, family or other relationships? These are real problems but you don't have to be bound by chronic pain or debilitating emotions. For the last 25 years I have helped clients find more effective ways of managing pain and emotions that seem unbearable. I would like to partner with you and forge a new path forward, one that allows you to achieve your goals and have a more fulfilling life.
(804) 977-1119
Richmond, Virginia 23228
Patricia I Harris, Counselor  in Richmond
“I use a strengths-based approach to therapy. Treatment builds on your positive traits and the things that are working in your life. In couples work, the perspective of each participant is heard and then I help you to find common ground or understanding. I take a solution-focused approach to help you resolve conflict. I work with adults, couples and families. I see women who have had trauma in their past, such as abuse and neglect. I also work with individuals who are in transition and need some clarity.
(804) 214-3557
Richmond, Virginia 23228
Donna M Curran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling depressed, overwhelmed, disappointed, or hopeless? Are you struggling with unresolved conflict, and a lack of closeness and trust with your partner? For over 30 years, I have been helping individuals, couples, and families to improve their relationships and gain greater satisfaction in life. I utilize a solution focused holistic approach, tailoring treatment to each individual's special needs. We will work collaboratively in a confidential, nonjudgmental atmosphere, tracking your progress to ensure treatment is working. I specialize in women's issues and relationship problems.
(804) 384-9889
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Linda Schepker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Over a period of almost twenty years, I have worked with adolescents, adults, couples, families and groups. Currently, I work primarily with adults, including the geriatric population, and couples. I believe that the therapeutic relationship offers a unique opportunity for people to share their stories in a confidential, safe, and healing environment. Our clients often want someone to simply listen without judgment; to offer psychoeducation; and to provide support as we explore possible solutions. Life is full of challenges. Relationships are, at times,complicated. It is sometimes a great relief to know that we are not alone or unique in our struggles.
(804) 793-9486
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Sarah Thacker, Counselor  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, ATR-BC, RTY
“I offer a holistic approach to health and wellness. If you struggle with an emotional attachment to food, or if you want to become healthy and have no idea where to begin, I can help guide you on your path to a healthy relationship with food and with yourself. Having difficulty managing your weight can be stressful and may lead to feelings of depression, loneliness, anxiety and a negative self image. Creating a healthy, balanced life takes time, effort and exploration, I would love to help guide you on your journey to a full, healthy life.
(804) 214-3651
Richmond, Virginia 23233
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, LMFT, CT
“I especially welcome working with clients who are dealing with death, dying and bereavement issues. I also work well with clients who are in need of healing from past sexual abuse and other traumas. I invite clients who are searching for faith-based counseling that respects and uses their faith as a resource for healing to contact me. I have a particular interest in the important role that forgiveness and self-forgiveness play in helping clients work through their past anger and resentment. I offer groups on grief, forgiveness, boundaries and healthy relationships.
(804) 302-5765 x109
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Erica Mindes, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Pregnancy loss, infertility, PCOS and other reproductive health issues can affect every aspect of your life, creating feelings of sadness, isolation, anger and grief. At such times, it's critical to find a therapist who understands your struggles and speaks your language. My specialty is counseling individuals and couples coping with infertility, pregnancy loss, PCOS, premature ovarian failure, IVF, anxiety and depression during pregnancy, decisions regarding problem pregnancies, postpartum depression, alternative family-building options (including donor egg/sperm, gestational surrogacy and embryo donation) and other reproductive health issues. With counseling, your reproductive health crisis can eventually prove to be opportunity for life-enhancing personal growth.
(804) 313-9980
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Daniel LaCroix, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have worked with children, young adults, and adults in a variety of settings for 12 years. For the past 7 1/2 years I helped families navigate the aftermath of traumatic events. Using a variety of engaging interventions including expressive art and play I work with clients to build coping skills and foster resiliency. I help families and children find healing through a collaborative strength based approach.
(804) 591-0002
Richmond, Virginia 23228
Susan Marsh Edwards, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Are you frustrated because your child is having problems at school or at home? For over thirty years I have helped parents, teachers, and others understand and help the children in thier lives by providing psychoeducational evaluations, counseling, and consultation. After retiring from Chesterfiled County Public Schools in Virginia I also worked four years for Carrollton City Schools in Georgia. During and since that time I have done private contract work with school systems, an agency that works with troubled youth, and home school students. I am available to conduct evaluations, interpret evaluations, consult, and serve as a child advocate.
(804) 571-0677
Richmond, Virginia 23228
Robert 'Trip' Young, Psychiatric Nurse  in Richmond
“Each client is unique and deserves the opportunity to tell his/her story so that an individualized treatment plan can be developed. While medication management is my primary focus, I view medication as a tool to provide enough stability to apply the copings skills for recovery. To achieve this goal, I offer longer/unrushed appointments, collaborate closely with a client's therapist, and often discuss treatment modifications between appointments. In short, medication management is just one part of the holistic treatment approach I use for depression/anxiety/trauma, bipolar, borderline personality, ADHD, and other struggles for clients 13 and older.
(804) 977-2824
Richmond, Virginia 23228
Pamela A Schalow, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Whatever your reasons are for considering therapy, feeling comfortable with your therapist is very important. My goal is to not only offer you a comfortable space to speak freely about your thoughts and experiences, but also to provide you with tools and strategies to incorporate into your daily routine. Your time with me is important. I will listen to you, ask questions to gain further understanding, and offer insight and ideas in an objective, thoughtful, and supportive way.
(804) 615-2222
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Sylvia Lark West, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a seasoned therapist with over 30 years of experience. I provide assessment and treatment to those experiencing depression, anxiety, mood disorders, relationship difficulties, communication problems, grief, LGBT concerns, and overall life transitions and challenges. I offer a wide variety of techniques and approaches to help clients sort out and solve life's challenges. I provide a safe, affirming and nonjudgemental environment to promote exploration and healing. I can help you find solutions that are right for you.
(804) 318-4104
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Valerie H. Stolcis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I rely heavily on my relationship-building skills to help clients reach the goals that they are ready to devote time, energy, and effort towards. I bring compassion, acceptance, humor, and creativity to my work. My extensive experience in the field of clinical social work enables me to work most effectively with adults who are having issues with substance use and/or mood disorders. I have specialized knowledge and expertise in working with men, and am also well acquainted with women's issues. I welcome the opportunity to collaborate with women in order to help them improve their quality of life and level of happiness.
(804) 419-7538
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Theo. A. Petrocci, Counselor  in Richmond
“Nothing changes, if nothing changes. If your life feels like a struggle then therapy may be in your best interest. During therapy we won't explore the past in exhaustive detail. Together we identify faulty thinking processes that keep you adrift in unhealthy behaviors. This approach is in real-time. If your relationships are troubling, you are not alone. They are the most common cause of anxiety and contribute heavily to depression. Engaging in therapy is a major life decision. Decide mindfully. Research is very clear today about the relationship between neurobiology and behavior. Please visit my site: tedpetrocci.com.
(804) 506-0914
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Bancroft F Greene, Pastoral Counselor  in Richmond
Pastoral Counselor
“Are you feeling the need to work on some personal unresolved personal or family issues? My clients come with a desire to overcome anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and relationship issues. Pastoral counseling can help transform poor relationships into more loving ones, negative feelings into positive thoughts, and poor habits into more constructive traits in order to gain mastery over and greater satisfaction with one's life.
(804) 537-0976
Richmond, Virginia 23236
Junie B. Myers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, MA
“My personal belief is when there is life and hope there is opportunity for change. I believe the most important ingredient of effective psychotherapy is the genuine connection between the client and therapist. My approach to therapy is interactive, coupled with compassion and encouragement. My goal is to provide a space that facilitates the changes you desire. With change, there are often some "growing pains".
(804) 537-0908
Richmond, Virginia 23233
OCD Center, Psychologist  in Richmond
“I am a specialist in treating OCD, fear, anxiety and worry. Using behavior therapy techniques (exposure & response prevention), I have successfully treated many people by targeting unwanted thoughts and behaviors. The therapy is short term. Most people get better in as little as four to twelve sessions. You will learn specific techniques to help desensitize you to worrisome thoughts. Whether you have a disorder such as OCD, PTSD, GAD or you just worry constantly, the treatment is swift and successful for most people. I am a licensed clinical psychologist as well as an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at the Medical College of Virginia.
(804) 482-0928
Richmond, Virginia 23221
Cristal L Lake-sanders, Counselor  in Richmond
“Periodically, we find ourselves at a crossroads in our lives and in need of help to cope with the transition. Whether you are dealing with a health issue, a life change, or have experienced a loss of some sort, a helping professional such as myself can assist you in making the necessary adjustments, both mentally and emotionally. I am committed to providing you with the empathy, support, and encouragement you deserve to get through this time in your life.
(804) 608-2311
Richmond, Virginia 23235
James W. Fuller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“I am a former marine, a former university professor of communication (with emphasis on family and gendered communcation), an author, a father and stepfather, and a husband. All of these elements contribute to my understanding of clients and client issues. I have a non-judgmental and personable approach, and an ability to establish rapport quickly.
(804) 657-7985
Richmond, Virginia 23229
“"My goal is to treat everyone I work with as a unique individual and collaborate with them to understand their needs. My focus is to support my clients through their journey and assist in achieving their goals and ultimately improving their quality of life".
(804) 495-3509
Richmond, Virginia 23228

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