"I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor currently working with adolescents, families, and adults in the Greater Richmond area. My hope is to be the best poss
"Your whole life you've striven to be what everyone seems to expect of you. You have never felt good enough, so you learned to pretend; and you pretend well
"As a solution focused therapist my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. If you are looking for ext
"My approach to helping includes a belief that all people have the desire and innate ability to grow and change throughout the life span. Additionally, I be
"I think of clients in a broader context of the culture and family systems they have been in. Those systems and culture may have been helpful in some ways -
"Reaching out for help and finding the right person can be an intimidating and tiring process. Recognizing this my passion is to create a safe and comfortab
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"I believe in helping people become more themselves, deepening into their life experience. I prefer to work within the values of the person seeking help and
"I believe that everyone deserves to experience happiness and well-being. I try to help people to build upon their strengths and to increase their positive
"I believe counseling is a tool individuals can use to facilitate making positive changes in their lives more quickly than going it alone. I utilize an ecle
It’s normal to experience mental health issues and relationship problems. Talking to a licensed therapist can help. Therapy can teach you more about yourself and your mental health concerns in a healing way. Many therapies are evidence-based and have been proven effective.
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Richmond is the seat of Henrico County and the capital city of Virginia. It covers 60 square miles. The city was incorporated in 1782. Richmond is home to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the first state-supported art museum in America.
Richmond has a population of 227,000 people. The city had an 11% population growth between 2010 and 2017. The ethnic composition of Richmond is 48% black, 40% white, 6% Hispanic, and 2% Asian.
An estimated 12,200 military veterans live in Richmond. Around 13% of residents under 65 have a disability. Twelve percent of people in this age group lack health insurance.
People in Richmond earn a mean annual wage of $29,000. Eighty-four percent of residents age 25 and over have earned a high school degree, and 37% have earned a bachelor’s degree. Roughly 26% of Richmond residents live below the poverty line.
In December 2016, the Richmond City Sheriff’s Office received a grant to assist inmates with mental health issues. The agency had already made drug addiction recovery a mission in its jails. However, providing the necessary care for inmates with mental health diagnoses had been a challenge due to limited funding.
The Richmond City Sheriff’s Office is currently using the grant to hire trained staff to work exclusively with inmates who have mental health concerns. Care is provided during incarceration and after release.