Kimberly Johnson, LMFT,LPC,RPT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
550 Southlake Blvd. , North Chesterfield , Virginia 23236
Hope deferred makes the heart sick. This quote describes what happens when people experience disappointments and have difficulty overcoming them. Kimberly helps her patients find hope in a brighter future through discovering their vision for their life. Depression starts with an unhappy thought life. Patients learn how to challenge their negative outlook and develop more hopeful happy alternative thoughts that promote wellness. Patients learn how to practice self care and a lifestyle that promotes wellness.
Donna Westcott, M.Ed.
Resident in Counseling
5352 Twin Hickory Road, Glen Allen, Virginia 23059
Depression comes as a whisper of condemnation or of shame for our behaviors or our feelings or our inadequacies. It insinuates itself into every dimension of our lives, sapping our joy and energy for life. It grows into a black cloud and finally a heavy burden which weighs us down. But emotions have their own logic. Let me help you unravel the perplexing logic of your depression and rebuild healthy and stable emotions.
Prosperity, LCSW, CEDS, PhD, MFT
709 A West Main Street, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
You will find our therapists are here to help you find hope and perseverance through this difficult time in your life. We use evidence-based practices such as Cognitive-Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral and Interpersonal therapy. We provide group therapy so that you have the chance to work together with others to relieve your depression. We also have a medical doctor that can assess for anything biologically that can be causing depressive symptoms, and possibly offer medication if needed.
Catherine Turner, M.Div., LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
5700 W Grace St., Suite 108, Richmond, Virginia 23226
Depression is not only a chemical imbalance in the brain, but a state of being. My goal with clients is to increase their level of functioning, to establish healthy coping skills, and coordinate with their primary care physician for medication management if appropriate. Clients with a depression diagnosis can greatly benefit from therapy when they are active participants in their own treatment.