In today’s world of Coronavirus,

with job security a receding memory; with at-home relationships often more stressful than supportive; with outside contact by Zoom anxiety and depression are all too common. We may turn to alcohol and other drugs for escape only to realize that they only make things worse! 
 
David Turner, LCSW, is a practicing clinician with 40 years of experience helping people overcome depression and anxiety, repair relationships seemingly in freefall, and assisting motivated individuals to overcome addictions. He received The 1996 Governor’s Award for Anti-Drug Efforts in Treatment.
For information: (804) 359-6771, or email at dt.lcsw@gmail.com

 

Janine Turner, LCSW, has provided psychotherapy services to clients addressing a wide range of life difficulties for the past 35 years. She specializes in Brief-Solution Focused therapy and is on the Board of the Virginia Society of Clinical Social Workers.

For information, or to make an appointment, email: jmturner.lcsw@gmail.com

 

Amira Turner, LCSW, combines a Master of Science in Addiction Studies with being a licensed clinical social worker to provide therapy for addiction and substance related disorders that address both the addiction and underlying causes of addiction.  Her focus is on helping individuals thrive in their lives as they move past the grips of substance use.

For information or to request an appointment, call: call 804-404-3034, or email: amiraturnertherapy@gmail.com

 

Insurance accepted, including Medicare and Medicaid

 

 

 

 

 

 

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