Our Services

Individual Therapy

A joint process between a therapist and an individual client, seeking to establish the level of care, needs, and concerns. Individual therapy allows the therapist and client to focus on building rapport and working together to solve the client’s issues

Substance Abuse Therapy

Working with individuals to provide counseling to help clients understand the factors contributing to addiction. Substance abuse therapy helps clients develop new coping skills and ways of thinking and identifying defense mechanisms that contribute to the disease of addiction. This can include assessment and referrals to higher levels of care, support groups, and 12-step programs. Two Rivers Wellness Center offers laboratory urine drug testing that can quickly and effectively detect the misuse of illicit drugs and prescription medications.

Play Therapy

Play-based therapy is used to address behavioral issues caused by bullying, grief and loss, divorce and abandonment, physical and sexual abuse, and crisis and trauma. This form of therapy is also beneficial to children displaying symptoms related to anxiety, depression, ADHD, Autism, academic and social impairment, physical and learning disabilities, and conduct disorders. Play is our first language. Just as adults use words to communicate, children use play.

Auricular Acupuncture

A treatment system based on normalizing the body’s dysfunction through stimulation of 5 defined points on the ear. Stimulation of the points in the ear can alleviate symptoms affecting the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. The treatment includes gentle placement of up to five small, sterilized disposable needles into specific sites on each ear. The client sits quietly for 20-45 minutes, allowing the treatment to take effect.

Eating Disorder Treatment

A collaborative and comprehensive approach to therapy, working to empower the client to reclaim their physical and mental health by healing their relationship with food, movement, and body image. Through treatment, the therapist and client strive to understand, challenge, and overcome disordered patterns by focusing on a return to core values, implementing strategies for coping in difficult moments, finding pleasure in food, joyful movement, and self-compassion. Treatment can include navigating diet culture messages and actively working to find and maintain recovery.

Clinical Supervision

Two Rivers Wellness Center, LLC offers clinical supervision for Virginia Residents in Counseling. Romina Abawi-Wooten, LPC, CSAC is an approved clinical supervisor through the Virginia Board of Counseling. You can receive in person or online supervision whether you are a resident at Two Rivers Wellness Center or at another location. We offered hours towards your LPC and CSAC. If you are interested in becoming a clinician at Two Rivers Wellness, and need supervision hours towards licensure, board-certified supervision will be provided to you. Contact us today if you are looking for customized supervision services.

Virginia Board-Certified Supervising Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC Licensure Process Handbook (virginia.gov)

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Counseling?

Counseling is a combined effort between the counselor and client. Professional counselors help clients identify goals and potential solutions to problems which cause emotional distress; seek to improve quality of life and promote behavior change and optimal mental health.

How do I get started?

Request an appointment online or send us an email or give us a call (757-347-2300) directly.

How do I know if I need counseling?

Everyone’s circumstances are different that can lead a person to seek help. Here are some common indicators that you may want to reach out for professional support from a counselor: emotional difficulties, relationship problems, poor communication skills, difficulty sleeping, decrease work performance, maladaptive coping skills to stressors.

What if I’m having a crisis?

Emergency Services are designed to address urgent or severe behavioral health crises. Emergency Services staff provides 24-hour crisis assessment and referral services to individuals living within the county.

Williamsburg: Colonial Behavioral Health Emergency Services:

Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board Crisis Services:

What is considered private/Confidential?

Yes, everything you say is confidential and our therapists have permission to protect your privacy during counseling sessions. There are some exceptions to the rule of confidentiality. By law, the therapist is required to report:

  • Threats of harm to oneself
  • Threats of harm to other
  • Suspected child or elder abuse – if the client is the victim or perpetrator

Do you offer Telehealth?

Yes, we do provide telehealth. Telehealth is a safe and convenient option for home-based mental health therapy. You may be able to attend appointments without the need for transportation, time off or childcare arrangements. These factors may play an important role in the long-term treatment plan.

Do I have to live in Virginia to receive treatment?

All counseling clients must be physically located in Virginia at the time of the session. 

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