Terence Venable, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.Ed

Terence Venable, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.Ed

I am a resident in counseling under the supervision of Matthew Browning, LPC. I specialize in working with children, teens, college students, adults, athletes, multicultural clients and individuals with disabilities who experience challenges related to ADHD, anxiety, depression, identity, life transitions, relationship issues, self-esteem, stress management, substance abuse, and trauma.

In my practice, I believe that the clients are the experts of their own experiences. I look to form a trusting, collaborative relationship between therapist and client. I provide my clients with a safe, non-judgmental space that gives them the opportunity to explore their emotions. My therapeutic approach is a mixture of person-centered, humanistic and cognitive behavioral therapy. I also use trauma-informed practices, acknowledging individual, intergenerational, and community trauma.

I graduated from Penn State University in 2024 with a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. I previously obtained a bachelor’s degree in 2018 from West Virginia University in sports and exercise psychology with a minor in communication studies. While at Penn State I interned with the university athletics department, a free clinic for college students, and WorkLink a program created for individuals with intellectual disabilities.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time in nature, traveling, playing/watching sports, trying new restaurants and exercising.

In addition to providing services face to face in a comfortable office setting, I provide Telehealth sessions to help meet client needs. Currently, I work out of the Arlington/Alexandria office (Monday, Wednesday, Saturday) and Falls Church office (Friday).

Arlington/Alexandria, Falls Church
Client Focus
Children 0-5, Children 6-9, Children 10-12, Teens, Young Adults, Adults

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