David Turner, LCSW, is a practicing clinician with 40 years experience assisting people to overcome depression and anxiety, to repair relationships seemingly in freefall. These and other problems in living are among his professional areas of specialization.
Each person is unique and there is no shortcut to happiness. Because of this treatment is tailored to the unique needs of the client. treatment options include individual, couple and group sessions. And if employment makes weekday sessions difficult, weekend meetings are also available.
For persons unable to attend in-office sessions or preferring remote sessions, HIPPA-approved telecommunication is also an option via computer, tablet or cell phone.
In today’s economy, with job security seemingly a receding memory and replacement employment often difficult to find, anxiety and depression with its impact on relationship and marriage are all too common, painful and often unnecessary. Some choose alcohol and other drugs as escape convinced it helps, only to realize that they make life more painful for self and for loved ones. Intoxicants turn a bad situation into a disaster.
In recognition of his effective and innovative contribution to substance abuse treatment for ex-offenders Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC) recommended David Turner for The 1996 Governor’s Award for Anti-drug Efforts in Treatment.
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