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Chia-Hua Lu

Chantilly, Virginia

Chia-Hua Lu

MA in Art Therapy, The George Washington University. ATR-BC, Art Therapy Credentials Board Inc. and Licensed Resident in Counseling, Virginia Board of Counselling.
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I thrive to create a space that is safe and nonjudgmental for clients as they discover their genuine selves and create goals for being present with their loved ones. Registered as a board-certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC), I believe that creativity and art-making help to communicate, explore, and connect within one’s self and with their environment. I also specialized in individuals who have experienced trauma, including but not limited to interpersonal trauma, significant losses, and PTSD.

Chantilly, Virginia
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Mr. Timothy Vinson

Fredericksburg, Virginia

Mr. Timothy Vinson

EdS, Virginia Commonwealth University. LPC, Virginia Board of Counseling
Years in practice: 9
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Individual solution focused style/with a straightforward, transparent (plain spoken) approach towards therapy. Specializations: Trauma, addiction and life transition issues.

Fredericksburg, Virginia
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