The Plan Directory

Professional Counselors

Alpha Omega Clinic

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Our mission is to promote mental health and marriage & family flourishing through quality, affordable mental health services that are integrated with the fullness of the Catholic faith. We offer individual, couples and family psychotherapy, as well as psychological and psychoeducational assessments. Our clinicians are trained in the resolution of a broad range of psychological, emotional, social and educational problems, and remain faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. We seek to aid clients to overcome human barriers to living their faith, and thus offer a holistic perspective which works with their faith rather than against their faith. Our clients’ relationship with their parish and their spiritual life is an important component of working with them to promote their dignity and value as a whole person.

Catholic Charities Family Services

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We offer transformational out-patient counseling services to individuals, couples, parent-child relationships, and families who live in Northern VA and surrounding areas. Clients often seek services for issues such as:

• Anxiety
• Depression
• Grief and Loss
• Marital and Premarital Concerns
• Parenting Concerns

Our intake process is easy and requires only that you call (540) 371-1124 (for the South Region) or (703) 425-0109 (for the North Region) to initiate services. When you call, a staff member or volunteer will discuss your situation briefly on the phone. For more information, visit www.ccda.net.

Fountain of Life

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Fountain of Life clinicians seek to build up individuals, couples, and families so that they can realize and use their God-given abilities to their fullest. We accomplish this through a holistic view of the person.

Christina M. Schultz

christinamschultz.com

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Ms. Schultz, Resident in Counseling, Supervised by Thomas Lamp, LPC, New Directions Counseling Group, offers meaning-centered counseling for adults and couples coping with bereavement, perinatal loss, postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, birth and caregiver trauma, depression, anxiety, anger, caregiver strain, first responder issues, and marital issues. Ms. Schultz, a practicing Catholic with a Pastoral Counseling graduate degree, has experience integrating Catholic principles and tools for individual and couple clients upon request.
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