Center For Family Counseling

When life becomes difficult, we may need someone to provide professional support who can be compassionate, objective and honest. Our problems don’t have to stand in the way of living life in the way we have envisioned for ourselves.

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Center For Family Counseling

When life becomes difficult, we may need someone to provide professional support who can be compassionate, objective and honest. Our problems don’t have to stand in the way of living life in the way we have envisioned for ourselves.

Contact Us

What We Believe

At the Center for Family Counseling, we believe therapy should be a healing journey that encourages people to broaden, deepen and value their lives.  We believe people find healing when engaged in a supportive and collaborative relationship that attends to their mental, emotional, physical and spiritual needs.

Who We Are

The Center for Family Counseling is a collective of licensed clinical social workers, professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, and holistic health practitioners. We serve the following populations: adults, couples, families, children, and adolescents.

Meet The Therapists

BRIAN TOWERS
BRIAN TOWERSLMFT
BEATRICE KERR
BEATRICE KERRLCSW
TIA BACH
TIA BACHLCSW
TOM CAPSHEW
TOM CAPSHEWLCSW
SALLY EDWARDS
SALLY EDWARDSLPC
PAMELA WILSON
PAMELA WILSONLMFT
CYNTHIA ARMBRISTER
CYNTHIA ARMBRISTERMTS HHP

Rates

Each practitioner at CFC has their own rate structure. Some accept insurance, while others are private pay only, and can provide a statement or receipt for those who wish to file with insurance for reimbursement. More information can be found in each therapist’s bio or by calling CFC at (540) 361-1556.

Schedule

We offer a flexible schedule to accommodate various needs, including daytime, evening and some weekend hours. Each therapist sets their own schedule.

Accessibility

Fred Bus stops 194 and 195 are on Lafayette Boulevard, just blocks away from the office. In addition, our office building has a wheelchair ramp and an elevator. Please note, however, that our bathroom is not wheelchair accessible.

Directions

Our location is 307 Lafayette Boulevard (second floor). We are in a putty-colored building located between Princess Anne Street and Kenmore Avenue. The outside of the building says ‘Lafayette Station’ and has stars on it. (Please note: If you Google “Center For Family Counseling” Google maps may direct you to our old address.)

307 Lafayette Blvd

There is parking along both sides and in the rear of the building. Please avoid parking in spots that are marked reserved. The entrance to the building has an awning and a wheelchair ramp. There is also an elevator available to the right of the stairs. We are located on the second floor. Please come in and make yourself comfortable in our waiting area. We do not have a receptionist. Your therapist will be out to greet you at your pre-determined appointment time.