Madeline Grove is completing her training to receive M.S. and Ed.S. degrees from James Madison University's Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. She enjoys working with adolescents and young adults to help them overcome a variety of challenges in a supportive, affirming, and authentic environment. Madeline understands the unique struggles facing younger generations, and has worked with depression, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal relationship challenges. She emphasizes the importance of highlighting individuals' unique strengths, and views therapy as a process of meaning making and self growth. Madeline integrates several approaches from cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment, mindfulness, and existential theories. She has a strong grounding in multicultural and systems-based counseling that prioritizes the client's unique lived experience. She has experience in both inpatient and outpatient clinics, as well as in community based mental health settings. Madeline has also been involved in providing mental health and forensic psychology services for individuals facing incarceration and plans to continue this work in the future. Madeline believes that everyone has the right to pursue a peaceful and spiritually fulfilling life, and sees therapy as a valuable tool in this process. Beginning August 2021, she will be working at PCNV's McLean and Manassas Centers. Madeline is currently accepting appointments for August and can be reach at (703) 335-6172 voice mail extension 350 or via email.
Rev. Judy Hall, MSW, LCSW, MTS, a licensed Clinical Social Worker in Virginia, is a graduate of Catholic University of America (Master of Social Work) and Wesley Theological Seminary (Master of Theological Studies). She is an inclusive ordained deacon in The United Methodist Church, a graduate of the Institute of Pastoral Psychotherapy, and a veteran of 15 years training and supervision in Comprehensive Therapy. She invites individuals, couples and families into a collegial relationship in which therapist and client partner to bring deeper spiritual meaning, authentic relationships and greater personal freedom into the client's life, breaking up restrictive patterns of thought and behavior. She works through a variety of therapeutic modalities including cognitive behavioral, family systems therapy, transactional analysis, and EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing). Rev. Hall's work with people is grounded in her respect for the resilience and strengths that they bring to the process of change and reconciliation. She is experienced in working with adults, families, couples and adolescents and has particular interest in working with trauma, grief, depression, attachment disorder, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, shame and conflicted relationships. Judy works at PCNV's centers in McLean and Springfield. She can be reached at (703) 335-6172 voice mail extension 325, or via email.
Dr. Gary L. Hulme, DMin is a inclusive ordained United Methodist minister and a long time resident of Manassas. Gary holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion and Philosophy from Virginia Wesleyan College in Norfolk Virginia, as well as a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. He is also a graduate of the Institute for Pastoral Psychotherapy. In addition to having been certified as a Fellow in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors,following the AAPC merger with ACPE, Gary is a Certified Psychotherapist with the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education, Gary is also a Board Certified Professional Counselor by the American Board of Professional Counselors established by the American Psychotherapy Association and a member of the International Positive Psychology Association. He is also a provider with Tricare for military dependents and families. Further, he is a Community Care Provider with the Veterans Administration and is able to work with military veterans closer to their local community. He likes to work with a variety of persons and provides individual counseling and psychotherapy, marriage counseling, couples counseling, family counseling and adolescent counseling. In addition to anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), depression, grief, abuse survivors and other mental health issues, Gary likes to work with persons around how family of origin issues impact current life systems in a way that moves toward healing, wholeness and health. He works at the Manassas Center. He can be reached at (703) 335-6172 voice mail extension 361, or via email.
Dr. Anne Martin, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and an Episcopalian. She received her Ph.D. in Psychology from Rice University in Houston Texas, and her post-doctoral retraining in clinical psychology from George Washington University. Anne has a strong interest in how brains work, and an even stronger interest in working in relationship with clients to help overcome obstacles to a full, productive and satisfying life. She works mainly with adult individuals and groups, and has extensive experience providing psychotherapy to people suffering from depression (unipolar and bipolar) and anxiety (including post-traumatic stress and panic), along with addictions and chronic illnesses such as diabetes and HIV. Anne is also trained as a facilitator of psycho-educational groups that incorporate Dr. Bren? Brown?s research on shame, vulnerability and courage. She serves on the Diocese of Virginia Commission for the Prevention of Sexual Misconduct, and co-facilitates workshops on preventing child sexual abuse and adult sexual misconduct. Anne works at the McLean and Vienna Centers, and can be reached at (703) 335-6172 voice Mail Extension 320, or via email.
Rev. Carl Ripley, M.Div., M.S., C.A.S., L.P.C., is a former teacher and coach, long time United Methodist minister, spiritual director, and pastoral counselor. Carl earned his Master of Divinity degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington D.C., his Master of Science, and Certificate of Advanced Studies in Pastoral Counseling and Psychology from Loyola of Maryland. He did his clinical intern and residency work at the Springfield Site of Fairfax County's Outpatient Mental Health Services and The St. Charles Borremeo Pastoral Counseling Services in Arlington, Virginia. In addition to his clinical work Carl has also completed two post-graduate spiritual guidance programs including The Shalem Institute of Spiritual Formation. Carl works with a variety of persons - individuals, couples, families and adolescents over a broad range of issues such as anxiety, panic, depression, addictions, obsessions, compulsions, grief, loss, bereavement, marriage, divorce, guilt, shame, abuse, post traumatic stress, meaning, identity, sexuality, life adjustments and transitions, etc. Along with his skill in both analytical and Jungian orientations to therapy and dream analysis, he employs a wide variety of therapeutic orientations. In the tradition of all wounded healers, he sees the religious task and the healing task as essentially analogous: to help persons become free from the things that inhibit growth and development in order to facilitate the spiritual journey of the soul. Carl, a licensed professional counselor, works at the Centers in Manassas and Arlington. He can be reached at (703) 335-6172 voice mail extension 322, or via email.
Beth Neil and Alexandra Roth are no longer with Pastoral Counseling of Northern Virginia.
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