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  • 70 Points

    Paige Susan D LPC

    3650 Joseph Siewick Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22033
  • 40 Points

    Beaulieu Lorraine LPC

    3650 Joseph Siewick Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22033
  • Fair Oaks Counseling & Mediation Center

    4001 Fair Ridge Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22033
  • Fairfax Counseling Center

    3700 Joseph Siewick Drive, Suite 402
    Fairfax, VA 22033
  • Grey Linda MSN

    3650 Joseph Siewick Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22033
  • Latta Darlene J Msw

    3650 Joseph Siewick Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22033
  • Laubgross Janet R PhD

    4001 Fair Ridge Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22033
  • Love Catherine A

    4001 Fair Ridge Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22033
  • Northern Virginia Counseling And Consulting Associates

    3650 Joseph Siewick Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22033
  • Ratliff Judy

    3700 Joseph Siewick Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22033
  • Vingelis Geraldine EDD

    4001 Fair Ridge Drive
    Fairfax, VA 22033

Nearby Cities

Oakton (2.42 mi)
Burke (4.1 mi)
Vienna (4.4 mi)
Annandale (6.02 mi)
Clifton (6.29 mi)
Mc Lean (6.6 mi)
Centreville (6.6 mi)
Chantilly (7.49 mi)
Springfield (7.53 mi)
Falls Church (7.69 mi)
Reston (8.67 mi)
McLean (9.22 mi)
Herndon (9.54 mi)
Great Falls (10.54 mi)
Lake Ridge (10.95 mi)

Counselor Info

Counselor Summary: A Counselor gives advice to people regarding marriage, family, debt, finance, addiction, credit and other life issues.

While most of life's little problems are often manageable on a personal level, there may be more difficult times where issues may become too large or difficult to deal with. A Counselor is a great way share your problems with a trained professional in hopes of finding a reasonable solution to resolve a difficult problem. Counselors see clients for a wide range of emotional and psychological issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, difficult life transitions, relationship problems, addiction, ADHD and more. A Counselor offers unbiased, professional feedback that you might not otherwise get from a friend or family member.

A Counselor focuses on getting to the core of problems that arise within groups of people. The therapy itself is relatively short-term because they concentrate on treating the problem at the source and aiming for quick and effective results. Counselors are trained, licensed, and certified to deal with a multitude of problems and concerns that cause tension and distress within individuals, families, and couples.

Education and Training: Those who wish to become a Counselor must first complete undergraduate training. This can either be in the form of a Masters degree or a Doctoral Degree. A Masters degree typically takes 2 to 3 years to complete and a Doctoral degree is usually 3 to 5 years.


Counselor FAQs:
What is a

Counselor

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A Counselor is a professional who gives advice in academic, health or personal matters.

What are some types of Counselors?
There are many different types of Counselors including: School Counselors, Marriage Counselors, Family Counselors, Grief Counselors, and Rehabilitation Counselors.

What is it like to work as a Counselor?
The work environment varies, depending on the Counselor’s specialty. School Counselors usually work in schools and school Counselor may have and office or work with students in a classroom. Some Counselors work in hospitals, some in an office building for debt and financial counseling, some Counselors work at treatment facilities, in groups, private practice or churches or medical offices.

What are some signs I should seek the help of a Counselor?
If you are dealing with any stressful situation that has become overwhelming to handle you should seek a Counselor. Some common issues a Counselor can help with are: Anger, blended families, infidelity, finances, substance abuse, depression, stress, difficult life transitions, and relationship problems.

What are the benefits of using a Counselor?
Therapists offer non-biased and professional advice in a safe and secure environment. The help of a Counselor can be very beneficial in letting go of issues from the past in order to move forward with one's life. The number of sessions required is usually quite low because the therapist tackles the underlying concerns at the core and focuses on immediate solutions rather than long-term care.

How do I find a Counselor in my city and state?
The Wellness.com directory will help you locate a Counselor in your state. Select Counselor from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate a Counselor in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need a Counselor in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of Counselors in your city and state.


Counselor Related Terms: counselor, counseling, marriage counseling, rehabilitation counseling, family counselors, grief counselors, school counselors