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Jenny Dye LPC

Accepting clients in Virginia

Are you feeling stuck in the past and struggling to live in the present?

Are you struggling with setting and maintaining boundaries with others?

Does the idea of taking care of yourself feel exhausting?

Are you searching for meaning and understanding in your circumstances?

Have you experienced trauma or sexual assault?

Are you a member of the military or a military family experiencing unique challenges?

Are you navigating issues related to gender or sexual identity?

No matter your age, from adolescence to adulthood, are you looking for an affirming and supportive therapist to help you navigate challenges and build a strong sense of community?

If any of these resonate with you, I invite you to continue reading and see if I am the therapist that can support your journey towards healing and personal growth.

I'm Jenny Dye, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Virginia, and I'm passionate about helping individuals overcome past difficulties that are impacting their present experiences. From trauma to substance concerns, sexual assault survivors to parenting stressors, and depression/anxiety, I have a wide range of interests and expertise. I find great joy in guiding people towards setting boundaries, practicing self-care, and advocating for what they need to improve their wellbeing.

In my practice, I take a strengths-based, client-centered approach that focuses on how our values and ideals can help us navigate difficult situations. While I wouldn't label myself as a religious or spiritual counselor, I firmly believe that our beliefs and what we hold dear play a significant role in our healing journey. I particularly enjoy working with those who seek to understand and find meaning in their circumstances.

With over 10 years of professional work experience in various settings, I bring an authentic and trauma-informed perspective to my work. I am dedicated to advocating for underserved and underrepresented identities and ensuring that all my clients receive the care they deserve. Drawing from motivational interviewing, ACT, and cognitive-behavioral interventions, I apply evidence-based techniques to support your goals for change.

I welcome individuals with a wide range of presenting concerns, including mood issues, depression, anxiety, family transitions, parenting challenges, military and military family matters, trauma, substance use, and gender/sexual identity experiences. No matter your age - from teen years to adulthood - I am here to be affirming, supportive, and compassionate in my work with all clients. Together, we will navigate challenges, tap into your unique strengths, and build a strong sense of community.

Allie Barker MSW, LCSW 

Accepting clients in North Carolina and Virginia

Hi, my name is Allie! I have never found a way to write a bio without feeling incredibly awkward so come be awkward with me.

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in North Carolina and Virginia. I am passionate about serving those who are struggling with anxiety, motherhood, life transitions, and college stress. The pandemic flipped our worlds upside down, and left us having to pause and restart parts of our lives. This is the time we need to dig deep and foster our resiliency. I know that it is easy to feel overwhelmed by daily tasks to the point where a "balanced life" sounds more like a joke than an attainable goal. My job is to help you find some semblance of a balanced life so you don't neglect yourself forever.

I firmly believe that everyone has the ability to use coping skills they have (but might not know they have) and learn new ones to tackle the issues at hand. My perspective in therapy is that everyone has their own "coping skills toolbox" and it is my job to help you polish the rusty tools that you haven't used in a while and make room for new and improved tools that are just for you. While sometimes our lives can feel out of control, many times all we need is a little boost from an outside person to help us move through overwhelming situations. 

My interests are baking, being outdoors, Nintendo Switch, family, and doggos. Also, I am not above using bad puns in therapy and laughing at myself more often than not. I believe that one of the most important things in therapy is a good relationship with your therapist (because why talk to someone you don't like)? 


I graduated with my Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice in 2015 from Western Carolina University. After graduating I attended the Master’s of Social Work program at Western Carolina University and graduated in 2018. Since then, I relocated to Eastern NC, and worked in community mental health where I treated children, teens, and adults with a wide range of diagnoses and life circumstances. 

I appreciate the time you have taken to read a little bit about me! Therapy is all about the “fit” and the relationship between therapist and client, so please feel free to reach out and schedule a 15-minute free consultation to dip your toes into telehealth and meet me! 

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