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Alexandria

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Robert E. Schulte, MSW
1204 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA, 22314
P: 703-838-1633
I believe we come to be fulfilled in life through our relationships--to ourselves, each other and the world around us. Emotional distress is a signal that one of those relationships is in trouble and needs attention. My approach to restoring wellbeing emphasizes empathy, compassionate communication and thoughtful...
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Robyn E. Brickel, M.A., LMFT
300 North Washington Street
Suite 305
Alexandria, VA, 22314
P: 703-518-8883
F: 301-215-7530
O: robyn@robynbrickel.com
As your therapist, we will help you to create a safe and stable environment, both in the therapy office and outside the office, using the tools you will learn in therapy. The safe and stable environment created will include clear boundaries to help you explore coping strategies and increase your strengths and abilities. We look forward to supporting you through your journey. Call today for a FREE 10 minute CONSULTATION! 703-518-8883
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Dr. Susan E. Cook
629 S. Washington Street
Alexandria, VA, 22314
P: 703-519-6770
F: 703-229-0801
I am a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Old Town Alexandria. I enjoy working with adults, adolescents, and couples. My specialties include: anxiety disorders, stress management, depression, relationship issues, and personal growth issues. I utilize a holistic, individualized approach that promotes not...

Fairfax

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Emmy Lou Glassman
3925 Old Lee Highway, Suite 52A
Fairfax, VA, 22033
P: 703.385.7575 x5
F: 703.385.7578
Child and Adolescent specialty with focus on issues of anxiety, depression, and self-esteem. Professional supervision for new and experienced art therapists.
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Sangeeta Prasad, ATR-BC
9653 Fairfax Boulevard
Suite 211
Fairfax, VA, 22031
P: 571 482 3010
O: 703 909 2007
Are you looking for using art in therapy, and not just talk therapy? I work with individuals and in small groups using art, mindfulness, meditation, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). I specialize in children, teens and adults. I enjoy the creative process that is essential in solving problems. Please feel free to call me and find out more.

Galax

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Life Center of Galax
112 Painter St
Galax, VA, 24333
P: (276) 522-0406
Men and women who are struggling with chemical dependency concerns and co-occurring mental health disorders are welcome to come to Life Center of Galax and benefit from four decades of experience. This Galax, Virginia rehab center offers a variety of specialized programs that are both holistic and designed to truly free adults from even the most severe of addictions.

Leesburg

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Ms. Ann Ford, LPC, MA
15-D Loudoun Street, SW
Leesburg, VA, 20175
P: 703-777-9117
Counseling can profoundly change lives, and I think the most important aspect of therapy is finding the right therapist.  You want to find someone you can trust, who makes you feel understood, and who can offer an outside perspective and expert guidance. In counseling, you can put your thoughts into wor...
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Jack C. Childers, LPC
7 Loudoun St., SW
Suite 260
Leesburg, VA, 20175
P: 703-771-4041(0)
O: 540-929-0923
Welcome to my counseling practice! I've practiced in the mental health field since 1990, and have extensive experience working with many different sorts of mental health problems. The quality that most defines my counseling style is non-judgmental acceptance. You'll find I put little emphasis on assigning...

Richmond

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Delores B. Smith, LCSW
907 Westwood Avenue
Richmond, VA, 23222
P: 800-751-7236
I offer a variety of services in a warm,comfortable, accepting setting. My specialty is working with women who are experiencing depression, grief or unexplained feelings of anger or anxiety.

Salem

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Mount Regis Center
125 Knotbreak Rd
Salem, VA, 24153
P: (540) 212-6079
For a successful and comprehensive treatment experience, men and women alike have trusted Mount Regis Center in Salem, Virginia as the place to win the war against substance abuse, addiction, and chemical dependency. From more intensive forms of care to less restrictive treatment options, Mount Regis is where the hope for a sober tomorrow can begin today.