A Positive, Proactive Approach to Therapy
We are here to help you solve problems and make your life better. Our approaches are all based on the most current scientific knowledge and cutting-edge approaches to specific problems. And we all specialize so that you know you are getting professionals who really knows what they are doing.
I use gradual Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, depending on your needs and preferences.
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.
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.
Rob Young, PsyD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, specializing in anxiety 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
Rhonie Butler, MSW Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I believe we all have our own unique strengths that help us deal with pain, grief, despair and anger. I use a “whole person” approach to help you mobilize those strengths in order to make your life better.
I work with young adults, adults and seniors. While I work with people with a number of problems, my current work at the Charlottesville Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy focuses on Grief Counseling.
Amy Banner, M.Ed/Ed.S. Licensed Professional Counselor
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Charlottesville, VA. I use mindfulness and cognitive behavioral approaches to help clients adjust to and cope with life transitions such as career changes, retirement, and transition to college life.
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