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Therapists in Richmond Virginia

Eric Reitz

Richmond, Virginia

Eric Reitz

M.Ed.
Years in practice: 3
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Are you struggling to find meaning in life? Perhaps you are in a period of transition: between educational endeavors, entering adulthood, switching professional pursuits, leaving or entering a pivotal relationship, or struggling to understand your place within the world and feeling uncertainty around where you belong. Maybe you have everything you could possibly need, yet still feel a vacancy that permeates your thoughts and feelings throughout the day. Mindlessly scrolling, searching for others to connect with or more items to buy to fill the emptiness that continues to nag, unsatiated? It can feel insurmountable, the question of how to move forward and even where to begin. We are here to support you!

Richmond, Virginia
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Katherine Mahan

Richmond, Virginia

Katherine Mahan

EdM in Counseling Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University
Years in practice: 11
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am a licensed professional counselor with nearly a decade of post-graduate clinical experience with the young and young-ish adult population. I’m also a human being who’s living in this beautiful, challenging, predominantly patriarchal world, just like you. Toxic masculinity hurts all of us in various ways. Talking about (and learning to talk about) your feelings and experiences is a positive act of rebellion against those harmful social norms. You deserve more. When you work with me, you can expect a warm and collaborative environment filled with radical acceptance, gentle challenge, and a podcast recommendation or two. Laughter is often involved, and tears may be, too. All is welcomed.

Richmond, Virginia
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Jenny Stevens

Richmond, Virginia

Jenny Stevens

MA, Marymount University
Years in practice: 4
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My goal as a therapist is to bear witness to each client’s unique experiences as they see them, help them to better understand their own perceptions, and uncover the inherent strengths of each individual in a warm and supportive environment. I aspire to help each client gain the skills that work best for them to navigate the challenges of life and create a therapeutic space ideal for self exploration.
In building a trusting therapeutic relationship, I hope to empower clients to learn more about themselves, their personal history, their relationships, and to learn the skills necessary to meet their needs. I believe a supportive and challenging space is key to processing through each of these things and to meeting a client’s personal goals.

Richmond, Virginia
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Caroline Crilley

Richmond, Virginia

Caroline Crilley

MSEd, Old Dominion University
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

We all experience such a complex range of emotions and yet not all of us are taught how to talk about and process our feelings. As a therapist, I strive to hold a safe, warm, accepting space for my clients to experience growth and transformation.

Richmond, Virginia
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