Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Charlottesville. We are not your typical therapy practice.Our approach to therapy is much more than just talk. It focuses on making your life better in the most effective, efficient way possible. It is based on the most current research, it makes sense to our clients, and it is always designed to fit each person’s personal strengths, needs, and resources.
We use gradual Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, depending on your needs and preferences. All of us worry or become nervous and even fearful at times. But sometimes these experiences happen too often, get in the way of doing what we want to do, or feels too bad or beyond our control. Read More
Depression often feels helpless, but there are proven ways to heal. We use the best approaches to leave depression behind and find the happiness that you deserve. We use positive, supportive approaches that are based on decades of research and have been shown to work faster and for more people than other approaches. Read More
A marriage is strong when a couple can confidently say that they are friends and partners. And being lovers makes it even better. But that rarely happens when you don’t have the first two. For more information about our marriage and couples counseling, visit CharlottesvilleMarriage.com.
At any given time, about 13% of Americans suffer from Social Anxiety Disorder (also known as Social Phobia), making it the most common anxiety disorder. That’s a pretty big club. So you are not alone. People with social anxiety tend to evaluate themselves negatively, they focus a lot on negative aspects of themselves, and they tend to believe that others are paying close attention to their faults. Read More
Many people who come to see us are uncomfortable talking about their lives or with sharing personal information. Some people are just uncomfortable talking in general. Some people just want someone to listen. Others are in a bad situation that they simply can’t get out of. Some people are seeking a trusted advisor who can help them talk through situations and make better choices. Read More
All people experience stress. Believe it or not, some kinds of stress are actually good for you. But sometimes stress becomes chronic or so severe that it can inhibit a person’s ability to be a good spouse or parent, impair memory and concentration, lead to chronic fatigue or sleep problems, and can contribute to physical problems such as high blood pressure and infertility. But even the most stressful situations can be alleviated with the right approach. Read More
Panic attacks are much more treatable than most people think. Panic Control Treatment, a form of cognitive behavioral therapy specifically designed for panic attacks, has been shown to be superior to medications in reducing or eliminating panic attacks. We use it because it is the very best option for treating panic attacks, having the most scientific support of any treatment available. Read More
I specialize in anxiety, OCD and couples issues, including marriage counseling and intimacy problems. I rely heavily on the most current scientific knowledge, and I use the most proven treatment approaches available. I believe that therapy should not be about endlessly recounting your past or “finding someone to talk to.” It should be about changing your life for the better in the most efficient way possible. Read More
My approach is supportive, collaborative and evidence-based. I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults of all ages with a variety of mental health and life challenges, including (but not limited to) insomnia, depression, anxiety, anger, relationship issues, trauma, addictions, divorce, and grief. Read More
I am a graduate student currently pursing my master’s degree in Professional Counseling at Liberty University. From my studies, I have learned to take a holistic approach when meeting with clients; analyzing biological, psychological, social and spiritual factors. I believe that therapy should be a safe environment where clients feel they can share openly and honestly with me and know that I am there to walk alongside them on their journey. Read More
We work with people who see room for improvement in their work, their relationships, their ability to find happiness, or their health and overall well-being. Some of them want to be better at their jobs. Others want to be better parents or to have a better relationship with their spouse. Or they want to get past that one thing that is holding them back. Some of them experience more intense anxiety, stress, conflicts in their marriages, or difficulty changing their own behavior. But they all come to our practice because we use the most proven approaches, and what we do makes sense to them.