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Dr. Frances McBride, DHA, LPC, LSATP, BC-TMH Virginia Department of Health Professionals LPC-0710103161 and LSATP-0718000403 “We may encounter many defeats but we must not be defeated.” – Maya Angelou Welcome, I have experience working in various therapeutic setting since 2008 helping adults, families, adolescents and children with complex issues. In 2019 I started my private practice where I carry the same passion of care to move clients forward within their own personal journey. A few of my specialties include depression, anxiety, low self-worth, and parenting issues. In addition, my experiences include helping adults struggling with childhood trauma and/or emotional abuse.

Dr. Tracy Keaton – Johnson, PhD., LCSW Virginia Department of Health Professionals Licensed Clinical Social Worker # 0904007883 “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” – Frederick Douglass. Greetings, I am a licensed clinical social worker and doctor of philosophy with a focus on anxiety, stress – related issues, trauma, mood disorders and spiritually. I have many years of experience and providing services to adolescents, adults, at risk youth and their families facing and experiencing difficult life challenges.

Cherelle Baylor, MA, LPC Virginia Department of Health Professions Licensed Professional Counselor #0701013325 Greetings! One of the bravest things you can do is to begin to understand your own story. I am currently a Resident in Counseling that operates from a place of compassion and empathy that cultivates an environment to encourage you, the client to openly express their thoughts/feelings so that we can focus on setting goals, identifying feelings and patterns, developing healthy/positive attitudes and behaviors, and problem solving.

Dinetta Hill, RYT 200 Yoga became my happy place. In 2015, I began my yoga journey after realizing I needed to create a form of balance in my life. They say that life has a way of letting you know when it’s time to slow down and refocus. That refocusing was one of my best decisions. Not knowing what to expect or all that yoga entailed, I registered for my first class determined to make self-care a priority. For me, yoga has become that bridge that taps into the spiritual and mental awareness. Mediation and mindfulness become apart of the practice and you began to experience what stillness and calm feels like in the body. You become in tune with the breath and understand this practice is not just on the mat, it’s a way of life and your daily interactions. Peace, grace and gratitude ring true . when I think of benefits mediation bring to my practice. Yoga allows me the space to develop at my own pace. When I started training to become an instructor, I knew I wanted to help others find peace and joy in the practice, in trusting themselves and showing up for themselves. My intention is to help others recognize the present moments by offering the space to connect with their mind, body and soul. Yoga is a journey and I’m excited to share in this journey with others.

Lisa Williams, AA in Health Sciences NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback Trainer As a military veteran, she understands the need to learn, get involved and to make a difference. Lisa has a passion for seeing positive changes in people. She has spent over 30 years working with military families, her church, and non-profit organizations. She has worked closely to connect them with valuable resources in the community. In her spare time she enjoys charity work,decorating, party planning , traveling around the world and enjoying her daughter, grandson, and 2 dogs Jinx and Simba.