FAQ: Richmond Area Referrals - Laura Giles, LCSW
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FAQ: Richmond Area Referrals

Richmond area referrals

FAQ: Richmond Area Referrals

People often ask me for Richmond area referrals. Here is a list of helping professionals you can try. If someone is not on the list, it doesn’t mean that I don’t recommend them. It could be that I am unfamiliar with them and their work.

Keep in mind that the most important aspect of a counseling relationship is the relationship. Credentials and training are important, but if you don’t vibe with the person, it’s best to look elsewhere.

If you are looking for a specialty that isn’t listed, I am unaware of a trusted professional who works in that area.


Tae Pyung Acupuncture (Charlottesville) 434.977.9876

John Kang – specializes in fertility and emotional issues

Other Medical

Raouf Gharbo, DO, FAAPMR, FAANEM – specializes in trauma

Richmond Natural Medicine – naturopaths and breathwork

InHealth RVA – functional medicine

Dr. Wayne LeyShon – network chiropractor

Mental Health

Archstone Counseling – Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS)

Richmond Neurofeedback

Richmond Peak Performance – neurofeedback

Richmond Brain Health – neurofeedback

VCU Health – transcranial magnetic stimulation (drug-free treatment for depression)

Alchemy Wellness – ketamine treatment

John Randolph Medical Center (Hopewell) Inpatient treatment for psychiatric disorders including detox

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