Meet Our Interns!
"After completing a forty year career in business, I made a decision to make a change. My interest in numbers and money had faded, but my interest in people was stronger than ever. I have had some experiences along the way through which counselors played an important role, so I decided to pursue a graduate degree in counseling with the goal of obtaining my professional license. Currently I am a Graduate Level Intern, under supervision, seeing clients on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.
I believe that the best purpose in counseling is to help individuals to find freedom from circumstances that make it difficult for them to experience the best life that is open for them.
I like to fish, have been married forty years to a very understanding and lovely woman, and have five grand-children- all of whom live nearby so we see them often. I look forward to meeting you."- Frank
Frank offers pro-bono no cost services, or special sliding scale services to clients without insurance or with hardships.
Brittany is a Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy Intern, working towards completing her master’s degree at Regent University. She is interested in working with couples who want to work on building a deeper connection and increasing communication skills. She is also interested in treating teenagers with anxiety, self-esteem issues, and school-related issues.
Brittany was born and raised in Chesapeake, VA but has also lived in Lynchburg, where she earned her B.S. in Psychology from Liberty University in 2017. She has a passion for helping individuals and couples overcome their struggles. She believes each person’s story is unique and everyone should have the opportunity to gain deeper insight into their story and experiences. Her hope for clients is to gain a deeper connection with their story, emotions, and relationships through the counseling process.
Brittany offers pro-bono no cost services, or special sliding scale services to clients without insurance or with hardships.
My therapeutic passion is helping people discover relief from suffering.
Chris is currently working toward an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Regent
University. He discovered his passion for counseling and helping others while taking Human Services classes
Old Dominion University. Since graduating from ODU in 2009, he has been working as a
helping professional in various roles. Chris is a Navy veteran and shares he is proud to have served on
active duty for six years. "I look forward to building relationships with people based on trust, honesty and unconditional
acceptance. Each person is unique. Events and life circumstances effect different people in
different ways. For this reason, it is important that each person’s counseling experience is
crafted to meet his or her specific needs. I have experience in treating fathers, intellectual disorders among other anxiety." Call to schedule with Chris or schedule online anytime.