Linda Shreve, LPC
Psychotherapist, MS, LPC, NCC
Morgantown Mall, 5000 Greenbag Road, E7, Morgantown, West Virginia 26501
I have considerable knowledge working with couples dealing with relationship and marital stressors and I have a range of techniques and interventions that I can offer or teach these clients to improve how they communicate with each other and how they can improve the way in which they relate to one another. I can assist individuals in exploring problems areas in their relationship and can also help them repair and rebuild relationships/marriages after infidelity.
Terry Chapman, MSW, LICSW
Independent Clinical Social Worker
118 Adams Street, Suite 203, Fairmont, West Virginia 26555
When we enter relationships it is often with the knowledge of what behaviors we don't want to occur, but not with the skills of how to create what we do want in a relationship. Relationships are about connection--about sharing without becoming lost. I teach couples skills that enable them to create healthy relationships while maintaining personal authenticity and sense of Self.
Rebecca Norris, Psychologists, LCPCs, LCSWs and MD
Appalachian Behavioral Health Center (301)724-7277
507 Henderson Avenue, Cumberland, Maryland 21502
Being in a relationship is hard work. Many couples face challenges that cause significant damage in their relationship. Our counseors will help the couple to effectively communicate their wants and needs without becoming angry or submissive. Our counselors will facilitate sessions to guide you through the journey to heal your relationship or to give you the strength to move on. We understand and are experienced with problems that couples stumble upon. We counsel without judging and ofrer unconditional positive regard to whatever situation you may be in at this moment.
Sean Slevin, LPC, LMFT, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, National Certified Counselor
250 East Market Street, Suite D, Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801
Often the relationships we cherish the most are also the places where we experience the most discomfort. We can feel all sorts of variations of misunderstood, unheard and uncared for (and often our partner feels similarly). The good news is that growth and healing are possible. Our brains are built for relational healing--we just need help getting unstuck sometimes. I would be honored to walk with you and your partner in helping you both to better understand yourselves, and each other, in the places where you are experiencing difficulty. And in so doing help you both to experience each other in richer, more meaningful ways.