Vanessa Landgrave, MA, LPC, NCC

  • Bachelors in Psychology and Sociology in 2011 from Marshall University
  • Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2014 from Marshall University
  • Licensed Professional Counselor in WV (LPC)
  • National Certified Counselor  (NCC)
  • Art Therapy Certification

Questioning the reasons to your suffering, what to do and even yourself is normal when you feel stuck, don’t have the answers or even the support you need. Whether your struggles involve anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, grief, addiction(s), self-esteem or are within relationships that result in feeling disconnected and dissatisfied with yourself and life. I aspire to support you mindfully towards relief, resiliency, and happiness because I work with the whole person, rather just a set of symptoms. You cannot keep pouring from an empty cup!

I primarily utilize, but am not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral therapy approaches (a psycho-social intervention that is the most widely used evidence-based practice) to help individuals and families in learning about and how to change unhelpful thinking, feeling and behaving through supportive problem-solving techniques, establishing personal needs, determining the “roadblocks,” and finding personalized coping strategies to better re-discover yourself, feel grounded in the present, improve resiliency and feel more hopeful about your future, therefore, happiness!

I also have training in other evidenced-based treatment modalities such as Enneagram (personality model that supports the journey of self-discovery), Art in therapy, EMDR (eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing) – a specialized psychotherapy utilized to help individuals with struggling with trauma and other stressors, Mindfulness-based strategies (mind and body focused), Emotion-Focused Family Therapy and Motivational Interviewing

I understand and respect the immense courage it takes to seek guidance and support; it would be my privilege to walk with you through your personal journey of healing and peace

So, let’s change One Day to Day One, together.

I look forward to meeting you!

LGBTQIA+ friendly!