Our practice provides comprehensive therapy and counseling services to the Central Virginia area. Our three clinical psychologists, social worker, and two marriage and family counselors have over 100 years of combined experience in the areas of mental health services. Our goal is to help children, adolescents, adults, families and couples achieve their full potential and work through the challenges and problems that they may experience in their lives.
The practice is comprised of Terry W. Jefferson, Ph.D. a Clinical Psychologist, Bruce James, Ed.D, a Marriage and Family Therapist, Suzanne R. Eaton, Psy.D. a Clinical Psychologist, Sarah R. Ball, LCSW, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Pat Sova, M.A. a Marriage and Family Therapist, and Susan Eick, Psy.D., a Clinical Psychologist.. Kim Welch is our office manager.
Our practice is conveniently located in the Old Forest Road Office Park, at 3712 Old Forest Road, Suite 500, Lynchburg, Virginia.
Due to concerns about the coronavirus and your safety, we are taking all steps available to maintain a clean office environment. We have installed nanoseptic skins on frequently touched surfaces. We are routinely cleaning all frequently touched surfaces in the workplace, such as workstations, countertops, and doorknobs.
If patients have any flu-like symptoms, cough, chills, fever, fatigue, vomiting, diarrhea, etc. do not come to the office. Please call and you will be rescheduled. You will not be charged for missed appointments.
We are able to provide therapy via teletherapy links if social distancing is desired. Call the office if you want to engage in teletherapy and we can discuss what equipment you need and the procedure for initiating it. If you wish to be seen in a traditional face-to-face session a face covering will be required.
The waiting room is closed, patients will need to let the office staff know that you are in the parking lot and you will be notified via text, call, or the therapist will come to the door, to let you know when your therapist is ready to see you.
Our goal is to continue the therapeutic process and not create a situation that causes more stress. If you are uncertain about coming to your appointment, please call the office and discuss your concerns with your therapist.
Here is a good website with information for Parenting and careegiving during coronavirus: https://www.apa.org/topics/covid-19/parenting-caregiving