Kimberly Johnson, LMFT,LPC,RPT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
550 Southlake Blvd. , North Chesterfield , Virginia 23236
Kimberly uses a marital assessment with every couple, Prepare-Enrich is a computer based assessment that you and your spouse will take. To learn more about the marital assessment please visit the website. (www.prepare-enrich.com) The assessment will allow both of you to share information about your personality, family of origin dynamics, views about life, finances, your faith and marital expectations.
Catherine Turner, M.Div., LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
5700 W Grace St., Suite 108, Richmond, Virginia 23226
In working with couples, my goal is to discover what each individual wants from the relationship, and collaborate to get there. Several topics that we cover in couples counseling are: improving communication skills, finding ways to compromise and resolve conflict, forgiveness, and exploring ways to create balance in the relationships. Another essential task of couples counseling is to discover how each individual expresses care and affection. Getting on the same page on how each of you gives and receives love is a great step towards deepening your connection to one another.
April St. John, MA, LPC, LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Individual Therapist
9137 Chamberlayne Rd., Mechanicsville, Virginia 23116
Does your marriage lack the communication skills needed to smoothly navigate the many transitions a couple faces? We will work together to identify the areas within your relationship that may need strengthening. As well as, discover areas that are working from which to build upon to fortify a lasting relationship. I will partner with you in a non-judgmental and compassionate manner to assist you in gaining the tools towards a more balanced life.
Jennifer Erickson, MS, NCC
Resident in Counseling
7459 Old Hickory Dr. Ste 105, Mechanicsville, Virginia 23111
I enjoy working with couples we want to improve their communication. I totally believe that is the one place where we are weakest, in our ability to communicate with our partner. Learning more about ourselves actually can improve our ability to communicate with others, but then we take the next step to learn about our partner. Learning how to show appreciation, understanding and acceptance are the best parts of being together.