Therapy and counseling for grief and loss in 22480.

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Christian Psychotherapy Services, Ph.D., LCSW, LPC, MD

Psychologists, Professional Counselors, Psychiatrists,

11838 Rock Landing Drive, Newport News, Virginia, Virginia 23606

Grief and Loss is processed differently for each individual. Our counseling helps the client find the appropriate approach to deal with their personal loss issues. This includes Critical Incident Stress Debriefing as well as other Trauma Reduction techniques that reduce the risk of Post Traumatic Disorder. All therapy integrates spiritual and psychological issues appropriate to each individual's needs.

Nedra Voorhies, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

6366 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Suite 201-A, Mechanicsville, Virginia 23111

Although grief and loss are normal parts of life, the pain and suffering we experience is more manageable when we share it. Dr. Nedra Voorhies, LPC has many years of experience as well as extensive training in bereavement. She will be happy to assist you with surviving a loss. She is a "Wounded Healer" whose empathic concern for clients is evident. Individual and group support is available.

Jennifer Erickson, MS, NCC

Resident in Counseling

7459 Old Hickory Dr. Ste 105, Mechanicsville, Virginia 23111

Grief is an emotional reaction to loss. The more significant the loss, the more intense the grief will be. While many people associate grief with death, grief can come from divorce or the end of a relationship, loss of good health, loss of a job, miscarriage, loss of financial stability, loss of a pet, loss of a dream, loss of family home, and so many more reasons. After a loss it is important to let our feelings out, if we bury them, they later may come out as continual depression and sadness. It is important to honestly recognize the grief or sadness and work through it.

Laura Dabney, MD, MD


4542 D Bonney Rd., Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462

I approach grief and loss first and foremost with a great deal of empathy. It is exceptionally painful to have lost someone or something. I find most patients keep that pain buried inside which impacts their daily functioning. I then try to encourage patients to allow the pain to surface. Once emotions are out they no longer drive us and we can, once again, be in the driver seat.

Catherine Turner, M.Div., LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

5700 W Grace St., Suite 108, Richmond, Virginia 23226

Grief is a process that does not exist within conventional timelines. Therefore, my role in therapy is to support clients wherever they are in their journey. While grief is traditionally defined as the emotions tied to the death of a loved one, loss is felt in terms of personal identity, change in family structure, possibly through divorce, or dreams that never came true. Our goal in therapy is to work towards forgiveness, acceptance, and establishing a new normal.

Donna Westcott, M.Ed.

Resident in Counseling

5352 Twin Hickory Road, Glen Allen, Virginia 23059

Loss of a loved one is devastating. Loss can also apply to other situations. Changes in location or employment, reduction in status or abilities, life transitions, unfulfilled dreams, personal violation, all can be significant losses which deserve to be grieved. I can help you to understand your loss in all of its implications, grieve thoroughly and appropriately, and take from your loss a treasure into a more meaningful future.

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