Patrick Di Vietri LPC NCC is a Licensed Professional Counselor who also belongs to the National Board of Certified Counselors. He is a graduate of Franciscan University, where he earned his Master’s in Counseling. Patrick has an extensive background in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Talk Therapy, and Addiction Therapy. He’s worked with soldiers and their families, dealing with issues like suicidal ideation and PTSD. Patrick is able to help people work through anxiety, depression, anger, control issues, relational issues, and learn problem-solving skills. He lives in Manassas with his wife and two sons.
Julie Marie Bowen holds an LCSW. She is a Certified Trauma Specialist and works with children and adults to help in the healing process from traumatic experiences. She earned her certification as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor and has experience working with teenagers and adults working through the addiction and recovery process. She has practical experience working with children, teens, and adults suffering from depression, anxiety, bullying, anger management, social skills, military families, blended families, substance abuse, trauma, ADHD, and developmental and intellectual disabilities. She is a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor and an Autplay Therapist. AutPlay is a type of play therapy that benefits children with Autism as well as developmental, learning, social, and impulsive-control disorders. She is a mother of four and a proud military wife.
Khristian Ellison's passion lies in helping and encouraging people to be the person they envision theirselves to be. She meets people where they are and provides a person-centered and strength-based approach to living a more healthy and productive lifestyle while also helping people grow in insight and awareness of their strengths. Khristian promotes the use of coping skills through motivation and mindfulness to help her clients reach their goals in life. Her areas of specialty include adolescent/school issues, at-risk youth, women’s issues, anxiety, self-esteem, life adjustments, relationship issues, and other life stressors. She is a licensed clinical social worker, in South Carolina and Virginia. She graduated with a Masters in social work from USC Columbia and has a certificate in addiction studies. She earned a clinical forensic counselor certification in 2018. Khristian has experience working in a variety of settings to include a school, inpatient facility, criminal justice system, and private practice.
Liz Hoke received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia. She is passionate about helping families, couples, and individuals reach their full potential through insight, acceptance, and integrity. Liz works from a humanistic perspective, meaning she believes humans are inherently good at heart and mean well. She believes that change and healing happen through meaningful relationships, including the one between therapist and client. Liz plays an active role in helping clients to identify unhealthy patterns and from where they are derived. Liz strives to create a safe, non-judgmental environment to help her clients reach their deepest emotions. She specializes in couple conflicts, family conflicts, anxiety, depression, trauma & PTSD, self-esteem issues, eating disorders, divorce, emotional disturbances, spirituality, sexuality and identity issues. Liz is especially interested in issues of social justice and believes that it is relevant and necessary to address in the therapy room. She also has a strong belief in the connection between the mind and body, and is an avid yogi.