Due to the current crisis with COVID-19, our office is currently closed for all in-person appointments. For the health and well-being of our patients, staff and therapists all sessions will be conducted via HIPAA compliant videoconferencing (telehealth). We hope to be able to resume in-person appointments soon.
My name is Kendria Pierce. I am a licensed professional counselor and certified EMDR therapist (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). I've been in the mental health field for 16 years providing services in a variety of settings to include intensive in-home, inpatient psychiatric care and outpatient mental health. My specialty is working with individuals ages five and up with mood disorders (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder etc.), grief/loss, trauma and ADHD. I also provide Christian counseling for those who would like to include this in their therapeutic work. In addition, I am an approved clinical supervisor for LPC candidates.
Beginning the therapy process can be scary for some but it is an important step in your healing process. The name of my practice is Reflections Counseling. It is based on Proverbs 27:19 " As water reflects the face, so one's life reflects the heart". What is your heart reflecting for you today?
AhKeisha Gary comes to Reflections Counseling with a wealth of knowledge in business management and mental health billing practices. She earned her degree in organizational management and leadership from Bluefield University and has been working in this field for over twenty years. In addition to managing the day to day operations of Reflections Counseling, AhKeisha also owns her own mental health billing agency Virtuous Billing. AhKeisha is the voice and backbone of Reflections Counseling and is always ready to assist when needed. We are blessed to have her on our team.
Mayah is a licensed professional counselor. She has always had a genuine interest and passion to help others since childhood. When she was a child she used to spend time watching her grandmother work as a nurse, and admired her ability to help and heal others. Through the field
of counseling, she has found a way to use her skills to provide help and healing to those in need. Mayah believes that anyone seeking help can find peace, wellness, and strength in a warm, supportive therapeutic environment. She has worked in mental health since 2017. Her
professional experience includes providing individual and group therapy in a private practice setting, and working in the hospital setting to provide crisis intervention, discharge planning, and conducting behavioral health assessments as part of treatment planning. She serves clients experiencing a variety of mental health issues and problems surrounding mood disorder, grief/loss, interpersonal/relationship challenges, stress management, and anger management. Mayah’s style in working with clients is to treat each client individually; and tailor counseling techniques to their individual needs and personal circumstances. When Mayah is not working, she enjoys traveling, bowling, cooking, watching movies, playing video games, visiting different restaurants to enjoy good food, and spending time with her
family. Mayah currently works with individuals aged twelve and up and is available exclusively on Fridays. She accepts Anthem, Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare, Optima and Self-Pay.
Allison strives to help clients live more meaningful, authentic, and joy-filled lives. She supports clients in cultivating positive change and developing practical skills for coping with life stressors. Her goal is to provide a comfortable and affirming space where individuals from diverse backgrounds can explore and process concerns. She has clinical experience in the following areas: school-based mental health counseling, community mental health, and residential treatment. With a background in education, Allison is passionate about supporting adolescents and their families with school issues, peer or family conflict, and parenting challenges. She loves working with teens and young adults who are navigating: anxiety, perfectionism, identity, body image, depression, difficult relationships, and career decisions. Allison is a Resident in Counseling (LPC-R) in the state of Virginia under the clinical supervision of Kendria Pierce, LPC. She earned a Master of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Christopher Newport University. Allison sees individuals ages twelve and up on Monday and Wednesday evenings. She accepts Anthem HealthKeepers Plus, Aetna Better Health, Cigna, Optima and self-pay.
If you are going to be 15 mins or more late to your in person appointment, you will be asked to reschedule. If you are going to be 10 mins or more late to your virtual appointment, you will be asked to reschedule.