About Us

Fairfax Integrative Therapy

Our Story

Fairfax Integrative Therapy was founded in 2019 with the intent to provide a more well rounded approach to the mental health process. The “Integrative” part of our name represents our hope for our clients– to live integrated lives– authentic, balanced, and connected. It also represents how we view the ideal therapeutic experience, fully integrated, both in the collaborative nature of our process and in the incorporation of a variety of models and the range of services available. We provide evidence-based, specialized treatment to ensure the best possible care for our clients. No two clients are the same, and we will work thoughtfully with you to find the unique therapeutic structure that helps you attain your goals and live a healthier and more fulfilling life.

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Years Of Experience

How we serve

In-Person or Teletherapy

Your comfort and ease in receiving treatment is important to us. We understand that logistical factors outside of the therapeutic process can influence people’s decision to seek treatment. Because of this, we offer services both in-person and virtually. If you are considering which will work best for you, we invite you to discuss options in your free 15 minute phone consultation.

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Meet Our Therapists

A strong alliance with your therapist is an essential quality in a successful therapeutic experience. So before we get to know you, you can get to know each of us. Each provider has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families, with unique specialities and areas of interest. If there’s someone you’d be interested in talking to or working with, we invite you to indicate your preference on the contact form or mention it during your initial free consultation and we will do our best to accommodate that request depending on therapist availability.
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