Anita Adjetey, M.A., LPC


Anita has worked with children (4 y/o and up) for several years. She is particularly interested in, and has pursued, advanced training in working with children, adolescents, the youth, and young adults who have experienced trauma, displayed at-risk behaviors, or problems with self-esteem, anxiety, depression, as well as training in addressing social skills, relational issues, and interview/ career coaching. In addition, she has conscientiously pursued many self-studied works related to children’s developmental stages and issues, which enabled her to construct a solid groundwork for more advanced studies. One of her strengths is the ability to establish authentic relationships with those she works with. She tends to use person-centered techniques, is highly solution-focused, and prefers the integrative approach to therapy as the grounds to provide a foundation for building relationships with clients.

Contact Anita at or 540-246-1767

April Gunderson

April Hepler, M.A., LPC


April is a Licensed Professional Counselor and is also a therapist with the Secure Child Program and an ordained minister. ¬†As an attachment therapist, she specializes in working with adolescents, women, and parents of children with special needs. April is currently embarking on an exciting and much-need journey of starting her own non-profit organization called Adagio House. Adagio House offers programs and services in ‘caring for the caregiver.’

Contact April at or 540-746-0345


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