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Therapists in Centreville

Erika Neil, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Centreville
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, JD
“Building on the strengths of each client, I provide a warm, accepting environment in which to address inner obstacles and challenges. My clients are typically dealing with difficult transitions or emotional states that are preventing them from enjoying life to the fullest. I work collaboratively to understand and get to the root of distressing thoughts and feelings. My style is compassionate and solution focused, and is individualized to each person's needs.
(703) 596-8352
Centreville, Virginia 20121
“I offer supportive counseling to individuals, families and children who are living after the death of an important person; living with the chronic illness of themselves or other family members; and people living through other unexpected life transitions such as marital separation, divorce, or employment changes. I use a Client- centered approach to working with people. My practice offers "activity based therapy" for children and teens.
(703) 940-0845
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Laurie A. Weiss-Braunstein, L.C.S.W., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Centreville
“Seasons of Hope Center for Grief, Loss and Transition ceased doing business as of April 2013.However, as the Clinical Director and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I continue to offer Grief counseling support to individuals and families in the Northern Virginia area. I use a client centered approach when working with families, adults, teens and school age children who are living their lives after the death of an important person in their lives. I would also direct you to my listing under Laurie A. Weiss-Braunstein, L.C.S.W.
(703) 297-4967
Centreville, Virginia 20120
George Polk, Counselor  in Centreville
“I am a licensed professional counselor who specializes in adult individual and family counseling and maintains a private practice in Centreville, VA. With over 20 years experience as a substance abuse and mental health counselor, and as a graduate of George Mason University, I have expertise working with a broad spectrum of clients and their families. Among my areas of expertise are individuals and their families who struggle with addiction and recovery, personal growth and other mental health issues such as depression, loss or grief, anxiety and pain management support.
(703) 468-0584
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Kimberly Harrell, Counselor  in Centreville
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and move forward into the life you long to have. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve the challenges you face. We will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from the life you deserve. I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals. This first step is the hardest. Let's take it together.
(571) 222-4336
Centreville, Virginia 20121
Luanne A Turrentine, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Centreville
“I have a positive and easygoing style of psychotherapy with a firm belief in the ability of each of us to learn from our experiences, whether positive or negative, and to ultimately triumph over adversity so that we can live happy and productive lives.
(540) 308-9959
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Debra Tievsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Centreville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a clinical social worker who has practiced in Virginia since 1987. I work with individuals, families, and couples to provide help coping with the stresses of everyday life as well as crisis situations. I have a lot of experience in treating anxiety and depression, using a cognitive-behavioral approach. Helping adult clients deal with past trauma is also one of my specialties. If you have any questions about my practice, please feel free to contact me.
(703) 831-6331
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Peggy Maslanka, Counselor  in Centreville
“I am an ADHD Coach that works with clients to improve quality of life and academic work performance by taking advantage of the creative and productive sides of ADHD while assisting in improving executive functioning skills in areas such as planning, time management, prioritizing, organizing, inattention, social skills, and impulse control. I understand that many people suffering from ADHD have co-morbid mental health concerns, including anxiety, substance abuse problems, and depression. I work with people who are struggling with ADHD in a variety of settings and under numerous conditions.
(703) 935-5093
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Peggy DiVincenzo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Centreville
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT
“I have been a practicing psychotherapist for over 25 years and have experience with a wide variety of client issues. My clinical style emphasizes deep listening, validation, discussion of options for change, and focus on attainable goals. I provide a safe, empathic and respectful environment in which to discover new ways of thinking about problems.
(540) 986-4762
Centreville, Virginia 20121
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MEd
“I have been providing individual and family counseling for eight years. I enjoy working with all ages with anxiety and depression. I tailor the services to each individual client to best suit their needs. I have a history of working with families in crisis in their homes on family dynamics. I also have experience working with foster children and foster families, so have knowledge of trauma issues and how to support these children and families.
(703) 468-0090
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Maureen Fulkerson, Counselor  in Centreville
“I work with children, teens, and adults facing challenges such as anxiety or depression. I use a variety of counseling techniques to meet the needs and situation of the client. Much of my experience is in helping children, teens and adults address issues involving: ADD/ADHD, social skills, anxiety, depression, divorce, low self-esteem, self-harm, eating disorders, and loss of a loved one.
(571) 253-7924
Centreville, Virginia 20120
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have been practicing clinical social work and psychotherapy for more than 15 years and have worked with adults, children, adolescents and seniors. I specialize in helping clients who are depressed, anxious, experiencing life transitions and loss, including divorce, death, serious illness, or other trauma. I use play therapy when working with children (ages 5-12). With adults and adolescents I have an eclectic approach depending on the client. This approach includes psychodynamic, client-centered and cognitive behavioral therapy.
(571) 406-4411
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Beverly Ann Reader, Psychiatrist  in Centreville
“I enjoy working with engaged, motivated patients who are ready to do the internal work needed, with the guidance of a professional, to make a difference in the way they are living their lives. I offer the option of medications if indicated to provide relief from symptoms so my patients can then engage in the work entailed in the therapeutic process. Many of my patients are struggling with the role transition of motherhood, while others are struggling with depression and anxiety for other reasons. As a clinician, I see myself as their doctor and facilitator to improved mental health.
(703) 830-1500
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Wendi Hoag, Counselor  in Centreville
“My view of human nature is one full of strength and resiliency. We all have the desire to live healthy and productive lives, but at times we face the challenges of unexpected life events, loss, and added stressors. This is where a positive, validating and accepting relationship with your counselor becomes invaluable. Counseling provides a client time each week to focus on developing insight and awareness into past and present issues and learning new skills. This allows clients to begin to feel empowered and make changes which allow them to lead healthy lives.
(703) 634-3804
Centreville, Virginia 20121
Donna Fortney, Counselor  in Centreville
“Hello, My name is Donna Fortney and I am a Virginia Licensed Professional Counselor. I am a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, Certified Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Therapist, Certified Solution Oriented Brief Therapist, Voice Dialogue Facilitator, and an Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) Practitioner. I volunteer my mental health expertise with the American Red Cross and assist locally during disaster relief efforts. I have also volunteered as a mentor with Opportunities, Alternatives, and Resources (OAR) in the Fairfax County Jail system. My specialty is working with relationships including: GLBT couples and individuals, blended families, parents/adolescents, siblings, and organizationsHell0.
(703) 348-9873
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Shayla Ortell, Counselor  in Centreville
“I have 18 years of experience helping clients struggling with anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, and relationship problems. I provide individual and couples counseling for adults.
(540) 318-1288
Centreville, Virginia 20120
“I am Marguerite "Rita" Hursh, working as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia. I especially enjoy working with couples on relationship challenges. Using Emotionally Focused Therapy, I help each person better understand him/herself and his/her partner. Together we strive to reduce arguing and increase moments of teamwork and emotional connectedness.
(540) 491-4755
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Lorne Ladner, Psychologist  in Centreville
“I believe in a compassionate approach to therapy, working collaboratively to see inner and outer challenges in new ways so that you can have new choices in how you wish to them. Sometimes, it's useful to look to the past in therapy so as to change old patterns of thought, emotion and behavior in order to discover more liberating ways of being in the present and the future. Therapy also focuses on developing new skills to handle one's emotions and relationships so as to decrease suffering and work more effectively towards the goals that you care deeply about.
(703) 810-7112
Centreville, Virginia 20121
Ann Boyer Holmes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Centreville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I think that becoming your best self starts with figuring out what you want, choosing what you believe and taking responsibility for it. This process is a step by step journey best achieved in an environment of unconditional positive regard, validation and genuineness. I use evidence-based techniques including Cognitive Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy using tools such as mindfulness, assertiveness training, and distress tolerance.
(703) 884-2177
Centreville, Virginia 20120
Clifford Newman, Psychiatrist  in Centreville
“I am a psychiatrist who does psychotherapy and will only use medication if necessary. I believe psychotherapy is an essential part of treatment that will minimize the use of medications. Although I work with relationship difficulties, it is only on an individual basis and not as a couples counselor.
(540) 441-4373
Centreville, Virginia 20121

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