Catherine Turner, M.Div., LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
5700 W Grace St., Suite 108, Richmond, Virginia 23226
Using a faith-based perspective allows for optimum coping with life's ups and downs. Many clients have benefited from a biblical understanding when addressing problems such as grief and loss, marital discord, life transition, and family conflict. I use my Seminary education to guide conversations as we, together, seek God's will in times of uncertainty. My hope is that we can discover where God is leading you and how to trust in God's faithfulness.
Kimberly Johnson, LMFT,LPC,RPT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
550 Southlake Blvd. , North Chesterfield , Virginia 23236
One of Kimberly’s favorite quotes from Ernest Hemingway is “The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.” Kimberly integrates her faith in Jesus Christ with sound counseling theoretical practices to help patients become strong at the broken places. Kimberly specializes in Christian Counseling, her patients often seek a therapist who can support them with how to apply biblical principles to everyday life.
Donna Westcott, M.Ed.
Resident in Counseling
5352 Twin Hickory Road, Glen Allen, Virginia 23059
As a Christian, I believe it is impossible to fully understand human beings without understanding the Creator in whose image they are made. God has revealed so much about himself, about the way humans were created to operate, about effective and loving relationships between individuals and in the family. Among the riches of the Bible are its instruction in healthy, happy, godly living. In addition, we have the promise of the Holy Spirit actually working within us, providing great hope for transformation. Although some secular psychology has been antithetical to Christian beliefs, I use sound counseling techniques to resolve emotional and relational distress in a clearly Biblical way.