- Family, child, couples and adult counseling
- Play therapy and cognitive behavior therapy
- Grief counseling for all ages
- Co-parenting facilitation
- Collaborative divorce coaching
- ADHD assessment
- Educational and gifted testing
- Learning disability assessment
- School admission testing
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Dr. Shanan Raines, Ph.D.
assesses and diagnoses children with all types of learning obstacles and ADHD, to identify their potential and help develop strategies and treatment. Dr. Raines’ expertise also extends to assessing children for educational placement in kindergarten, private schools and gifted programs.
Dr. Stephen Twente, Psy.D.
works with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. He has a special interest in child development and the range of issues experienced by young people. Dr. Twente has much expertise in the psychology of men and boys and he works with many young adults in this realm.
Dr. Allison White Twente, Ph.D.
specializes in working with children and adolescents and their families. She values assisting and empowering families through all stages of their development, helping them to find coping strategies that will help them move forward successfully.
Trevina R. Anderson, M.A., Psy.D.
brings an integrative approach to her clients, using such approaches as cognitive-behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, and family systems oriented approaches. She often uses mindfulness techniques, cognitive-behavioral therapy, play therapy, and art therapy in her sessions.
Dr. Laura Brewer, Ph.D.
specializes in working with adults and couples dealing with ADHD, depression, anxiety and life stressors. She partners with her ADHD clients to develop strategies to reduce the impact of symptoms, and uses family systems and cognitive behavioral therapy when applicable.
Teresa Crenshaw, Ed.D., NCSP
is a licensed and nationally certified school psychologist who provides psychological and psychoeducational assessments to children and adolescents, and offers consultative services related to school and learning, as well as counseling services.
Nympha Dalgado, PMHNP
is a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner serving the Richmond and Fredricksburg areas. She believes strongly in the efficacy of a good support system, therapy and treatment, both pharmacologically and non-pharmacologically.
Annette Doll, LPC
works with children and adolescents experiencing issues related to ADHD, depression, anxiety, divorce, peer relationships and grief, at home and in school. She also helps adults who are experiencing issues with relationships, depression, anxiety, parenting and co-parenting.
Rachel Gladstone, M. Ed., M.S. Counseling
is a licensed school counselor and an educator. Rachel provides educational consultation services to families navigating school placement options, school transitions, and specialized resources.
Kimberly Hilton, Ph.D
provides assessment and therapy services for children, adolescents, adults, and couples. She uses a strengths-based humanistic approach to psychotherapy with individuals of all ages who may be struggling with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, parenting challenges, ADHD, interpersonal difficulties, and phase of life concerns.
Dr. Lara Meili, Psy.D.
specializes in psychotherapy and psychological testing. She helps adults and adolescents resolve a range of issues, including depression and anxiety, grief, domestic violence, divorce adjustment, and college transition, with an eclectic approach that draws largely on humanistic and cognitive-behavioral principles.
Dr. Linda E. Pattee, Ph.D.
specializes in providing assessment and diagnosis of children and adolescents with ADHD, learning obstacles and emotional or behavioral problems. Dr. Pattee also completes assessments of children for educational placement in kindergarten, private schools and gifted programs.
Hayden Ray, MA, NCC, LMHP-R, QMHP-C
enjoys working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She is experienced in working with a variety of mood and anxiety disorders as well as with challenging life transitions. She is passionate about working with individuals and their loved ones who have experienced grief and trauma.
Jennifer Strickland, Ph.D.
works with young children and their families. She specializes in providing therapy for children with difficulties around regulating emotions, anxiety, adjustment, trauma, and with behavioral challenges (e.g., attention, hyperactivity, impulsivity, defiance).
Quentin Stubbins, Ph.D.
provides comprehensive care through assessments and therapy services to children, adolescents, and young to middle-aged adults. He has deep interest and ample experience in providing therapy to people of all backgrounds struggling with anxiety, mood, adjustment problems, ADD/ADHD, multicultural, relationships and men's issues.
Dr. Karen Zagayko, Ph.D.
helps children, adolescents and families integrate all aspects of wellbeing using approaches ranging from traditional cognitive behavioral therapy to alternative techniques like mindfulness, breathing techniques, mandala drawings and Guided Imagery and Music (GIM).
News & Notes
- Psychological Testing Appointments Available Now! Also scheduling Executive Function Coaching, Groups and Educational Consultation. Contact one of our professional scheduling coordinators at 804-673-0100 X256 for more information.
- Professional Opportunities at WFP – We are always interested in highly skilled and licensed clinicians who are considering joining a well-established practice, especially those whose practice includes some psychological testing as well as psychotherapy with children, adolescents and adults. Find out more.