[quote="vcullen, post:12, topic:225272"]
Is there a way to find a catholic psychiatrist in Virginia? This is an urgent situation. If someone could help me I would be grateful. I do not need a psychiatrist who believes that a miscarriage is not the loss of a child or not a potential cause of great loss and grief. I need a psychiatrist who can help a young woman through depression and anxiety and grief.
How about Catholic Charities? Here's a CC link for the Diocese of Arlington:
WHAT WE DO
We offer out-patient counseling services to individuals, couples, parent-child relationships, and families. We occasionally offer group counseling for a variety of issues such as separation and divorce, grief and loss, anger and behavior management, social skills, and other topics. We also provide consultation to parishes and schools upon request.
Clients often seek services for issues such as:
*]Grief and Loss
*]Marital and Premarital Concerns
*]Separation and Divorce
Our intake process is easy and requires only that you call 703-224-1630 to initiate services. When you call, a clinical staff person will discuss your situation briefly on the phone. For more information, please click on the link above.
Agency Focuses on Integrating Psychology, Faith
Frequently Asked Questions
Common myths about counseling
Counseling is also offered at our **[Fredericksburg District Office]("http://www.ccda.net/programs_fredericksburg.php"). **
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