Jefferson & Associates Psychological Services
A native of Lynchburg, Terry attended Virginia Tech earning his B.S. in Psychology and he received his Ph.D. from the University of Florida in Clinical and Health Psychology. He served in the USAF in DC and California, and then moved back to Lynchburg to work at the inpatient Child and Adolescent Unit at VBH. He has been in private practice since 1994. He is married, has two children, and two grandchildren. He enjoys cycling, woodworking, stained glass, and hunting.
Dr. Jefferson treats children (age 7 and above), Adolescents, and Adults. Conducts evaluations for LD, ADHD, psychological issues and Gastric By-Pass Surgery. He provides therapy for anxiety, depression, behavior problems, issues related to medical conditions, ADHD, and PTSD.
Patricia is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) with over 30 years experience counseling clients ages 14 and older. She offers both individual and couple's counseling. Her goal is to provide clients with direction for symptom relief as well as to encourage personal growth.
Areas of practice include: relationship conflict, marital counseling, anxiety, varying levels of depression, bipolar disorder, stress management, self-esteem struggles, panic disorder, adult survivors of of childhood abuse, anger management and grief and loss experiences. She also works with individuals who display personality disorders, often manifesting as repeated dysfunctional inter-personal relationships. She has a special interest in helping people work towards healthy lifestyles including weight/eating habits, exercise and smoking.
Bruce has been practicing for 30 years within residential and outpatient treatment settings. He received his Ed.S. from the University of Virginia, M.Ed. from Lynchburg College and BS from Duquesne University. He has served on numerous Boards of Directors and written for several state and local publications. Bruce is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Bruce is married with two children. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing various instruments, hiking, and blacksmithing.
Bruce provides therapy for relational/couples/family, anxiety, depression, bereavement, ADHD, medical and health concerns, and marital discernment.
Suzanne is a licensed Clinical Psychologist who worked in Blacksburg prior to moving to Lynchburg. She is married and has two daughters.
Suzanne treats children, adolescents, young adults, and adults. She conducts evaluations for LD and ADHD.
Sarah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than 15 years of experience providing psychotherapy, and advanced training in cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and integrative theory-based practice. She has provided therapy to individuals from a wide range of backgrounds, beliefs, abilities and identities, and is committed to addressing life problems from a collaborative and nonjudgmental perspective. Areas of expertise include mood disorders, coping with life transitions, grief and loss, care-giver stress, and difficulties with relationships or life-balance. She will work with you to gain insight into patterns and connections in your life, and to develop skills and strategies to make meaningful positive changes.
Kim is the office manager. She handles scheduling, insurance, and billing. She is a graduate of Lynchburg College. She is married and has two children.
Sue is a Clinical Psychologist. Licensed in 2001, she has worked in diverse settings with diverse clients ranging from young adults to nursing home and Hospice populations. She offers individual psychotherapy for adults age 18+ from a transtheoretical perspective, collaboratively identifying goals and treatment strategies based on individual clients’ best prospects for success. Dr. Eick treats a variety of concerns and has special interest in working with identity issues such as sexuality, weight or body image; adjustment issues such as education or career, changes in family, relocation, acculturation or changes in functioning; failure to launch; grief and loss; depression or anxiety. Dr. Eick also conducts psychological evaluations for diagnostic clarification or capacity to give informed consent.