Anne Roudabush, M.A., Resident in Counseling received her M.A. in Professional Counseling from Amridge University in Montgomery, Alabama in December 2015. A Prince William County native, she was approved as a Resident in Counseling by the Commonwealth of Virginia in May 2016, and joined Harmony part-time that July. As a Resident working towards LPC licensure, she practices under the off-site clinical supervision of Tanya Hull, LPC, RPT/S (Virginia license #0701003068, e-mail [email protected]).
Anne believes that everyone has a story, and that sharing this story within the context of an honest, non-judgmental therapeutic relationship is the first step to resolving whatever issues someone may be facing. She sees therapy as a partnership, and uses an integrated approach based on person-centered counseling as the foundation for treatment, followed by the modalities needed to address each client’s specific needs.
Anne works with children ages 5 and up, teens, and women of all ages. Her special interests include ADHD (particularly in girls and women); women’s and children’s issues; adjustment issues; anxiety/worry; depression and sadness; multi-generational cultural adjustment; life transitions; adoptees in search; and the effects of divorce. Since coming to Harmony, Anne has begun taking specialized training in play therapy to work even more effectively with her youngest clients.
Anne often has evening and Saturday appointments available. Her professional memberships include the American Counseling Association (ACA) and Northern Virginia Licensed Professional Counselors (NVLPC).
M.A., Professional Counseling (summa cum laude), Amridge University, 2015
B.S., Mass Communications/Advertising, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1980
Resident in Counseling, Commonwealth of Virginia
Member, Kappa Tau Alpha (national journalism/mass communications honor society)