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Domestic Abuse Therapists in Virginia Beach

Tamara Tatum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“*** Sorry for the inconvenience but my new practice will officially begin October 5, 2015. I enjoy helping people be their best selves. I enjoy helping others improve themselves and work through past issues of hurt, abuse, grief, loss and difficult relationships. Sometimes everyone needs a non-judgmental, caring person to talk to outside of their friends and family. I work with children teens and adults questioning sexuality and gender identity as well as the LBGT community. I work with specific needs that arise with our service members or veterans and their families. I also help others process work, financial, chronic pain and health related stressors.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 250-4461
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
“The Family Enrichment Center provides caring, supportive mental health services for all members of the family. Clients can participate in family, couple, group, or individual counseling. Adults, children, and adolescents are served. Group counseling focuses on: Batterer's Intervention/Domestic Violence, Anger Management, or Substance Abuse. Parenting classes are offered on a regular or one time basis. Supervised visitation or family reunification services are provided. Parental Capacity Evaluations are conducted. Life coaching, in-home counseling, and therapeutic mentoring are offered. Services can also be customized to meet your needs!
Domestic Abuse
(757) 663-4429
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Finney Zimmerman Psychiatric Associates LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
“My preferred focus is the rewarding work of assisting individuals and families struggling with alcohol and drug abuse issues to choose a new pathway to recovery. I direct my energies in developing many effective strategies in promoting hope for change from addictive disorders and substance abuse problems. In addition, I strive to help clients who have experienced trauma and who present with anxiety due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Many persons with anxiety disorders due to trauma have a dual diagnosis of addiction,PTSD or Bipolar Disorder and I have skills in assisting these people work toward recovery.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 741-7979
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454
Ashton Smith- Ralston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DCEP
“Please note that I am currently not accepting new clients. Please check back soon. My passion as a psychotherapist really lies in helping clients raise their consciousness and increase their level of self awareness. Addressing mind, body and spirit is key to self growth. Years of personal and professional experience and training have empowered me to raise my own consciousness and in turn assist my clients to empower themselves. Whether the presenting issue is anxiety, depression, substance abuse or relationships a holistic approach is needed to fully heal. It would be my honor to embark upon this journey with you!
Domestic Abuse
(757) 847-5095
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455
Chesapeake Psychological Associates, Psychologist  in Virginia Beach
“Chesapeake Psychological Associates consists of Licensed Psychologists, Counselors, Marriage Therapists, Clinical Social Workers, a Psychiatrist, and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. We offer a wide variety of mental health services including psychological assessment, individual and family therapy, and medication management. Please contact the practice for additional information regarding how we may be of assistance.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 785-9630
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
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.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 273-8664
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455
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.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 517-3319
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Erica Sartwell, Counselor  in Virginia Beach
“I fully enjoy my work as a therapist. Our practice provides a confortable and private environment where we can focus on a goal driven process. Regardless of the issues you are facing, we can work toward realistic, attainable outcomes. I work with couples, families, individuals, children and adolescents. Please visit our website at www.coastalvacounseling.com or call us today so we can evaluate your needs, make sure we are a good fit and get the process started.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 448-3718
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
“At Integrative Behavioral Healthcare, our providers believe that there is no separation between mental health and medical health. It is with great pride that we approach each individual in a way to meet the biological, psychological, spiritual, and social needs, whatever they may be. Our counselors are willing and able to work hand-in-hand with other providers, social workers, and case workers to ensure continuity for the client.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 785-0764
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Joanne (Jodi) M Moore, Counselor  in Virginia Beach
“"Personalized, private, collaborative, & meaningful." "It saved our marriage." "After years of depression and anxiety, I'm finally free." "Special Ops warriors are exposed to the best and worst aspects of life. We're not immune to horror and loss. I found privacy, confidentiality, respect, expertise, and genuine concern here." "This work has meant the world to me." These words were spoken by people who were once shattered, confused, despairing, traumatized, grieving, in broken relationships, or bound by sexual compulsions, eating problems, body image distortions, and other problems in living; or needing help with decisions, or choosing a life path.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 404-3747
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456
K. Bobie Amankwatia, Counselor  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, DMin, LPC, LSATP, BCPCC
“"My greatest joy is to help individuals and families attain their wellness and recovery goals, while finding a lasting peace and harmony in life. " Depression, anxiety, PTSD, anger, couples and family issues, and addictions cause deep emotional pain. Specializing in each of these areas, I have worked extensively with families, teens, executives, ministers, and the military.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 793-2863
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
“Tidewater Psychotherapy Services is a multidisciplinary mental health practice where child and adult psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and licensed professional counselors provide a wide range of services to individuals, families and groups. Treatment is provided for patients of all ages.We aslo have Medication management and groups in specialty areas such as substance abuse and anger management.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 354-3940
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
Gary Rotfus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and operate an independent outpatient practice centrally located in Virginia Beach, Va. With over 25 years of experience, I have an appreciation for how difficult it can be to get started in therapy, as well as the potential for change that individuals and families possess. My orientation is focused on seeing an individual within the context of family, work, and community. I emphasize problem solving as well promotion of a healthy lifestyle to enhance emotional health. I work with individuals, families, and couples dealing with conflicts at home or at the workplace.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 414-7903
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Seaside Counseling and Psychotherapy  in Virginia Beach
“The ideal client is one that is currently facing life challenges as an individual or within the context of family, social, or occupational relationship.Services can be provided to the individual or in a group setting. In addition to individual counseling, I facilitate groups designed to assist with navigating the role of parent or caregiver.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 426-4934
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454
Kelly Andrews, Art Therapist  in Virginia Beach
“Thank you for taking your time to read the information I have provided. One of the most important steps in counseling is finding a therapist you can connect with and trust. I am a graduate of Old Dominion University with a BFA in Sculpting as well as Art Education. In 2006 I earned my Master of Science in Art Therapy from Eastern Virginia Medical School. While at EVMS my thesis and research was focused on the use of art therapy to reduce and eliminate the symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder in amputee veterans. In 2013 I completed my Play Therapy Certification at ODU.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 389-8834
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455
Michele L. Zimmerman,   in Virginia Beach
“I provide psychotherapy for all ages, including "life issues", and serious problems , such as PTSD, Bipolar disorder, and anxiety disorders,utilizing holistic, transgenerational treatment strategies. I use solution focused approaches which reduce symptoms through family, marital, and individual therapy. My research includes child psychiatry,ADHD, Parental Alienation Syndrome, eating problems and chemical dependency. I recently was selected as a clinician investigator for DSM 5.We provide a team approach, utilizing our psychiatrists for medication management if necessary. I work closely with the Guardian ad Litem in child custody disputes to assist in finding collaborative solutions to benefit the children.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 351-6400
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454
Susanne E Preston-Josey, Counselor  in Virginia Beach
“Are you looking for a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere to discuss your problems? Do you need a counselor who can really connect with you? Are you in need of someone who will listen to you in a supportive environment? I can help! I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor; practicing for fifteen years. I specialize in working with depression, women's issues, relationship concerns, online counseling, and teens. I also see adults and children of all ages. I use a Person-Centered approach and a blend of other therapeutic techniques, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 506-0991
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Victoria Holroyd, Counselor  in Virginia Beach
“Relationships. Family crisis. Divorce. Life Transitions. Abuse. Violence. Trauma. Chronic Illness. My work focuses on developing skills to address current and past issues empowering couples, and individuals seeking successful relationships, to have a fulfilling future. Goals include increasing emotional tolerance, improving coping skills, changing self-defeating patterns of behavior and communication, and improving self-esteem by learning to be in charge of thoughts and emotions, rather than overwhelmed by them. In couple and family work, it's important to find an experienced therapist that is a good fit; someone with whom you feel comfortable and who takes your concerns seriously.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 517-3938
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Keith A Josey,   in Virginia Beach
“Are you looking for a safe, stable environment where you can navigate through the turmoil of life? Do you suffer from addiction, depression, relationship or family issues? Are you in need of spiritual direction? I am a Certified Professional Life Coach with over twenty years of experience in ministry and working with youth and adults that struggle with finding their true selves due to life issues that prevent them from reaching their goals. "Healing the hurts that bind" is the primary focus that I use to successfully assist individuals and families to establish a deeper sense of purpose and direction.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 793-2678
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Karen L. Mattox  in Virginia Beach
“Experiencing a loss in your life? It could be the death of a friend, loved one, or pet, divorce, loss of a job, or any other kind of loss. I can help you. I have extensive experience dealing with grief and loss. Call or email for an appointment and let's see how together we can help you heal. I can help you come to terms with your losses.
Domestic Abuse
(757) 655-0242
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464

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Domestic Abuse Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic abuse in Virginia Beach or for Virginia Beach domestic abuse counseling, these Therapists provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in an abusive relationship. They include domestic abuse Therapists, domestic abuse psychologists and domestic abuse counselors. A Therapist can help with child abuse in Virginia Beach, emotional abuse, passive aggressive behavior, sexual abuse and domestic violence in Virginia Beach. A Therapist can identify the signs and causes of Virginia Beach domestic abuse, discuss intervention and refer victims to domestic abuse shelters.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Virginia Beach have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Virginia Beach you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Virginia Beach and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Virginia Beach or family therapy in Virginia Beach.