Patricia Profit, MA, Resident In Counseling
Practicing Since: 2016
Issues Served: Abuse/Neglect, ADD/ADHD, Addiction (Process i.e. food, gambling, other), Addiction (Sexual), Addiction (Substance Dependence i.e. drugs/alcohol), Adoption/Foster Care, Anger Management, Anxiety/Panic, Behavioral Issues, Bipolar Disorder, Blended Family Issues, Career Counseling, Chronic Illness/Pain, Codependency, Conduct Disorder, Depression, Disability, Divorce, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Eating Disorders, Geriatric, Grief/Bereavement, Infertility, Infidelity, Loss/Abandonment, Marital/Premarital, Miscarriages, OCD, PTSD, Self-esteem/self-worth, Self-harm, Sexual Abuse, Sleep/Insomnia, Suicidal Ideation, Trauma, Workplace Issues
Special Populations Served: Adolescents, Adults, Male, Female, Couples, Families, Blended Families, Military
What Clients Can Expect: Patricia finds it rewarding helping others learn to develop and maintain healthy relationships, overcome negative thoughts, become spiritually mature, and effectively manage their lives. Patricia’s approach to counseling is to build a therapeutic counseling relationship that provides support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. Her commitment is to provide a safe place of trust and to walk alongside clients through the struggles they are currently facing and teach them more adaptive ways to manage their lives.
About: Patricia is a resident in counseling in the state of Virginia. She is a graduate of Liberty University and am pursuing her PhD in Professional Counseling. Patricia specializes in counseling to females (adolescents-adults) and marriage and family therapy. She works from an eclectic framework, although she specializes in Cognitive Behavioral and Solution Focused Therapy and has specialized training in Dialectical Behavior Training (DBT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). She has been married for 29 years and has two adult sons. Patricia loves travelling, meeting and talking to women, and spending time with her family. In 2016, she founded Elect Ladies Transition Home, a nonprofit which houses single homeless females.