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African-American Therapists in Virginia (VA)

Kevin Childs Counseling Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Virginia Beach
“Emotional distress is very often connected to a troubled relationship and many times talking with a close friend or relative can help, but there are also times when you need more. These are the times you need a trained listener... a caring, professional who can help alleviate your emotional distress. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I provide therapy that is constructive, compassionate and confidential. For decades I have worked with people in crisis and helped men, women, families and couples find the understanding and skill necessary to work through concerns in a manner that is respectful and self-affirming.
African-American
(757) 550-3489
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Monica Robb, Psychologist  in Fairfax
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist working with children, adolescents, and adults who suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), stress and anxiety-related problems, including: Social Anxiety, Specific Phobias and Fears, Panic Attacks, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), & Trichotillomania (hair pulling). As a Clinical Psychologist and Certified Professional Coach, I can help you unlock the power of your mind to make your goals and dreams a reality.
African-American
(703) 468-4496
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
Kimberly Chandler-Holt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chesterfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults dealing with life changes and challenges. I provide individual, family, couples, and group therapy. You can visit www.ironbridgecounseling.com for more information.
African-American
(804) 518-8366
Chesterfield, Virginia 23832
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with families who have questions about parenting and how to create better connections between family members. I work with parents of infants and children up to the age of 12.
African-American
(434) 533-4104
Patricia Wilkinson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Mechanicsville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCSW, SAP
“I come to the practice of mental health counseling through personal experiences shaped by the necessity of flexibility and change. Living overseas has influenced my understanding of the effect of culture on the development of beliefs and the capacity of people to adapt to change and the appreciation of views other than my own.
African-American
(804) 491-5691
Mechanicsville, Virginia 23116
Juanita P Stokes, Counselor  in Woodbridge
“My personal theory of choice is the Existential approach to therapy. I believe self-awareness is required in order to live an authentic life. Individuals must be aware of their inner-self, environment, culture, spiritual, and relationship with others. I provide professional services and clinical assessments for adults, adolescents, couples, and families who present with clinical issues to include anxiety, depression, adjustment, behavioral, spiritual, substance abuse, communication, anger and other life issues. My Therapy techniques include Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavior, Person Centered, and Narrative.
African-American
(703) 997-1671 x213
Woodbridge, Virginia 22193
Jule E Millard,   in Charlottesville
“I'm retired Counselor working as a Life Coach. I've been helping clients to change their lives for 30 yrs. If you are stressed, anxious, changing careers, getting divorced, overcoming illness, or managing chronic pain, I can help you learn new coping skills, choose a healthy lifestyle, and create the best life possible! I also work with anger management, codependency, sexual orientation, assertiveness training, and communication skills for couples. Together we can envision your best life, and achieve your goals! I bring a body/mind/spirit approach to coaching to create a balanced life for health, success and happiness.
African-American
(434) 509-1128
Kendria P Pierce, Counselor  in Mechanicsville
“Seeking professional counseling in an important decision and one that is sometimes difficult to make. Once you have made this all important decision, I am here to help guide you through this journey. It does not have to be a difficult one and you do not have to do it alone. I will provide gentle guidance and support to assist you with your individual needs.
African-American
(804) 298-2600
Mechanicsville, Virginia 23111
Total Wellness Centers, Psychologist  in Richmond
“Currently not accepting New Clients.
African-American
(804) 298-7866
Richmond, Virginia 23225
Benjamin Counseling Center, LLC, Counselor  in Lake Ridge
“I have a Master's degree in Pastoral Counseling from Marymount University, Arlington, Virginia. During my internship as a graduate student I worked as a Spiritual Care & Bereavement Coordinator at a hospice agency. Upon graduation, I continued to work as Bereavement Counselor for three years. During that time I organized and conducted three successful bereavement camps for youth who had lost a loved one. In addition, I have also worked as a Qualified Mental Health Professional for five years with Virginia Home Based Counseling Services, focusing with children, teens, and parents
African-American
(703) 957-7190
Lake Ridge, Virginia 22192
Ceres Artico, Counselor  in Gainesville
“All of us have the ability and desire to heal and lead meaningful, fulfilling, lives. However, at times we need professional help to overcome devastating feelings and life events. Dr. Artico has over 20 years of experience helping couples, adults and teens become who they were meant to be. She is the director of Gainesville Family Counseling, has taught at George Mason University, and is the author of the book Latino Families Broken by Immigration. She is certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), has advanced training in Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples (EFT), clinical supervision, and sandtray therapy.
African-American
(276) 415-0984
Gainesville, Virginia 20155
Frank Crow, Psychologist  in Midlothian
“For most people, asking for help is a very difficult thing. This is even true when asking it of a friend or family member. For that reason, it is important to realize that when someone requests counseling, they have already done a good deal of work on their problem. Therapy needs to be a cooperative venture between the client and the provider. As a cognitive/behavioral therapist, this idea is fundamental to my approach. Using cognitive and behavioral techniques combined with a trusting relationship, clients can learn to better manage troublesome thoughts and emotions, solve interpersonal problems, resolve marital issues and change problematic habits. I have over thirty-five years experience with the VA helping military veterans with psychological problems, much of it involving substance abuse. My 10 years of private practice has involved working with adolescent substance abusers, marital counseling and helping individuals with emotional, interpersonal and spiritual problems.
African-American
(804) 446-5260
Midlothian, Virginia 23112
Jo Anna Price Hoppe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Newport News
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT, NBCC, NBCCH
“I enjoy working with clients who are dealing with life changes and transitions. I like to show people different ways of thinking about their issues. I have a number of ways to help people to get in touch with their feelings and to change the way they respond to situations and handle conflict in relationships. I help them to find ways to compromise, use the energy that comes from strong feelings, and to slow down their reactivity before they do harm to others. I deal with grief, anger, pain, loss, depression, and anxiety. I provide a safe place for clients.
African-American
(757) 873-2273
Newport News, Virginia 23606
Lynessa Sheppard Plotnick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Newport News
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT
“I believe in the human spirit and our capacity to make positive changes in all aspects of our lives, even in the face of adversity. By exploring our thought patterns, we can better identify feelings that affect our actions on a daily basis. We can then make effective changes that improve the quality of our lives, decreasing stress, anxiety, and depression and providing us with a more peaceful and joyful life. I also believe in the benefit of human interaction with other loving creatures; you will meet my little Yorkie-Poo therapy partner, Mojo, when you come to visit me. He loves children and adults.
African-American
(757) 717-0605
Newport News, Virginia 23601
Ellen A Simonetti, Counselor  in Winchester
“My contact with clients starts by providing a safe, secure environment in which the client can slowly open themselves to the therapeutic process. I have special training in attachment issues and injuries but also blend cognitive behavioral, systems therapy, solution focused and neuroscience modalities into treatment as needed.
African-American
(540) 251-0024 x4
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Hope Dillard, Counselor  in Williamsburg
“I help clients find perspective and balance in their situations. Obstacles and challenges are really opportunities for personal growth. My specialties include working with addictions, grief/loss, couple's and family counseling, trauma and PTSD; and mood ad anxiety disorders. I have a B.A. in Psychology and Master's in Counseling from the College of William and Mary. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Nationally Certified Counselor, and a Master Addiction Counselor.
African-American
(757) 345-2460
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic, Treatment Facility  in Arlington
“For more than fifty years, Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic has been the area's leader in adolescent and adult behavioral healthcare, operating programs throughout metropolitan Washington, DC area. Phoenix offers a full continuum of care for clients struggling with substance abuse, addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders to include assessment, education, intensive outpatient and medically managed gender specific residential treatment programs. We know that with a thorough assessment, appropriate comprehensive care and individualized treatment, those struggling with substance abuse and dual diagnosis disorders can recover and reclaim their lives.
African-American
(540) 751-4269
Arlington, Virginia 22203
“At MARCS and Barner therapeutic Group you can expect a place where you can be honest, open, and free to express your feelings without fear of criticism and assurance of confidentiality. Whether you would like to schedule an appointment, or have been referred to us, we can help. We have morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend appointments available. Our services include initial assessment, individual, group, family, career, and couples counseling. We also provide forensic, psychosexual and substance evaluations. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life.
African-American
(804) 441-7785
Kara Fluker  in Woodbridge
“It is my desire to offer hope and solutions to individuals, couples and families who are seeking help. My therapeutic style is caring, encouraging and individualized in order to help each person problem solve, overcome personal issues, and work toward positive life experiences. I create a close, supportive relationship in the counseling setting to assist each person in moving forward through open discussion, developing personal insight, and offering workable suggestions. My specialties include the treatment of mood disorders, life transitions, grief and loss, women's issues, and those looking to improve their marriages, parenting, as well as life and coping skills.
African-American
(703) 291-1495 x4
Woodbridge, Virginia 22192
Karen Perkins Curtis, Counselor  in Alexandria
“As a solution-focused counselor/coach, my treatment approach is to provide support with insight and feedback to help women address current challenges and self-esteem issues. My specialty area is truly unique but well received by my clients. I take a less traditional route of counseling/coaching and recognize that how we feel on the inside manifests itself on the outside. I call my specialty area, "Closet Therapy." When a client hires me for "closet therapy" we are able to delve in to what's going on in the inside by exploring her closet to examine what is holding her back.
African-American
(202) 455-6987
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
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African-American Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Virginia (VA) or for a Virginia (VA) African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Virginia (VA) or Virginia (VA) black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Virginia (VA). They provide African American counseling in Virginia (VA) or black counseling in Virginia (VA) and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Virginia (VA).

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

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