Upon entering the town of Leesburg from Rt 7 West (Business) make a right turn at the first traffic signal beside the CVS Pharmacy on to Fort Evans Rd, NE. Turn right into the third driveway and our office is located in the first brick building on your left in Suite B.
Tisa Daniels, LCSW
Tisa Daniels is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Virginia and Washington DC. She received her Bachelors of Science degrees in Psychology and Social Work from Abilene Christian University, and her Masters of Science in Social Work from George Mason University. Tisa began her clinical expereince working with high risk teens and families in Leesburg's juvenile justice system and residential treatment.Tisa has extensive clinical experience working in a broad range of settings including in-patient adult psychiatric,, trauma services at a level one trauma center, emergency room psychiatric and drug and alcohol evaluations before working in private practice. She specializes in group, couples, and family therapy. When working with couples. Tisa beleives that one therapy approach will not fit all, and uses an array of modailities, but always encouraging a strengths based, empowering and non-pathologizing stance. Working collaboratively with her clients creates a healing therapeutic alliance and facilitates positive change. Tisa provides individual counseling in our Leesburg and Warrenton offices, and offers a Womens group, and newly divorced/seperated womens group in Leesburg, as well as an adolescent group in Warrenton. Feel free to contact her through the Leesburg office at 703-443-6917
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Francis (Frank) Uhrich
Francis Uhrich is a licensure resident therapist with over nine years of clinical experience. He earned his M.A. in Forensic Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and completed his internship with Counseling and Forensic Services. Francis' clinical experience includes outpatient therapeutic services with adults, families and teenagers addressing general mental health issues and trauma related issues. He has interest in the treatment of individuals with sexual offending behaviors, domestic violence and anger management issues. Francis conducts psycho-sexual, mental health and substance use evaluations under supervision. His theoretical approach in therapy includes cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal and mindfulness. Francis currently facilitates and co-facilitates treatment groups in the Warrenton, Woodbridge and Leesburg offices.
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