OUR MANASSAS VIRGINIA OFFICE – Counseling & Therapy Services
Professional Counselors & Therapists Manassas, Virginia: Adult, Adolescent, Child, Family, Group, Children, Stress,
Women’s Issues, Grief and Loss Therapy, Spiritual, Christian, Depression, Substance Abuse Evaluation and Counseling,
Depression Counseling, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Christian Counseling, Anxiety Psychotherapy and African American Therapist.
The Life Enrichment Counseling Center in Manassas, VA is co-located with Olde Town Pediatric located at the intersection of Route 234 and Stonewall Road in Prince William County.
Our office is specifically focused on serving children, adolescents, young adults, and families living in Manassas, Bristow, Centreville, Gainesville, Haymarket, and Warrenton, VA.
The Manassas office is located at:
Olde Towne Pediatrics
9430 Forestwood Ln # 100
Manassas, VA 20110
Phone: (703) 754-0636
Fax: (703) 754-0646
At Life Enrichment Counseling Center, we care about our young people and their families. We partner with you to address your mental health needs so that your children, adolescents and young adult can thrive. We understand that life can be challenging. Getting the help of a licensed mental health therapist can help. Our skilled and knowledgeable clinician in our Manassas office can provide you with techniques and other support your family needs to effectively heal.
Our Manassas office provides counseling to children, adolescents, young adults, and families. Services include play therapy and talk therapy in areas to address home and school issues. Areas addressed include depression, anxiety, conduct disorder, trauma, transition issues from adolescent to adulthood, and more. You don’t have to go through your struggles alone.
The following services are offered in the Manassas Office:
Adolescents generally find it difficult to eloquently verbalize their feelings. They are often overwhelmed and even confused by the number of complex feelings that come as they move toward adulthood. However, for teens and young adults, most conflicts involve differences between family members or issues over expectations of parents, in addition to peer and school pressures.
Child Therapy and Counseling:
Children may encounter difficulties that parents and caregivers find difficult to manage. When a child’s tantrums, inattention, and defiance go beyond normal developmental behavior, it can become disruptive at school and at home. Child therapy can help children process their emotions and give parents/caregivers the necessary tools to better navigate their emotions. Children often benefit from play therapy if they are too young to communicate their feelings. The licensed therapist will provide a safe place to help them navigate their emotions.
Family Counseling / Psychotherapy:
Family therapy will help to promote better relationships and improve communication among family members. The skilled therapist will provide support to each family member to more effectively express their feelings and provide tools to work through conflict in a productive manner. Family therapy may include children/adolescents and their parents.
Other Issues Addressed:
Life Enrichment Counseling Center has experienced clinical staff members who are skilled in psychotherapy.
Below is a partial list of issues addressed:
- Marital Conflicts
- Parent-Child Conflicts
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Women/Men Issues
- Grief & Loss Counseling
Counselors & Therapists at The Manassas, VA Life Enrichment Counseling and Therapy Center
Tracy Palmer, Psy.D., M.P.H. (Manassas Office and Gainesville Office)
Dr. Tracy Palmer is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Virginia. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families dealing with anxiety, trauma, grief, depression and other mood disorders. She is passionate about helping children and adolescents dealing with various psychosocial stressors that contribute to mood and anxiety disorders and work/academic performance issues. Also, she has an affinity for helping young adults who are experiencing difficulties coping with the transition from adolescence to adulthood.
Dr. Palmer has specialized training in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) and working with children, adolescents, and young adults who have experienced complex trauma. She has worked in various settings including schools, outpatient clinics, hospitals, and private practice and prescribes to an integrative approach in therapy that promotes unique individual strengths.
Dr. Palmer obtained her doctorate in clinical psychology from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Washington, DC. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the VA Maryland Health Care System/University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Medicine Consortium. Her clinical training also includes working with pediatric populations at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. Prior to becoming a psychologist, Dr. Palmer worked extensively in the field of public health and is passionate about helping families dealing with adjustment issues related to medical conditions or pediatric chronic illnesses. Her experience in public health also lends her ability to work with a diverse clientele in mental health care.
Dr. Palmer is a member of the American Psychological Association Division 53 (Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology) and the American Psychological Association’s Division 54 (Society of Pediatric Psychology).