WHO WE ARE
We are a Veteran-Owned private, mental health practice in the Northern Virginia area. We specialize in providing services to Military, Veterans, First Responders and their Families. We welcome people who are seeking wellness from all walks of life, and look forward to helping you achieve your best life!
We know that therapy is not a quick fix – it is a process that takes time, trust, and knowledge. Let us help you by identifying your needs, working together with you, and providing you with a caring, comforting approach.
CHRISTINA E. ROCK
LPC, CSAC, MAC, CCTP, CSOTP PRACTICE OWNER
Christina is a Military Veteran, passionate about working with clients seeking positive changes in their lives. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, and Master Addictions Counselor. She specializes in both trauma and addiction counseling, however has experience working with depression, anxiety, significant changes that cause distress, abuse, and anger. She believes in providing a holistic approach to my clients that includes both mind and body. Her role in the healing process is one of guidance, support, information, and positive regard for the person as a human being. She believes change in all things is possible, and that it is the journey that makes life meaningful. She also incorporates Animal Assisted Therapy, with her therapy dog, Cammi, to help clients process and manage difficult emotions.
Christina has experience in helping clients who have experienced traumatic and impactful life events process them in healthy ways and develop healthy coping skills to manage distress. She believes that substance use and addiction stems from troubling interpersonal and life experiences, and uses a comprehensive approach that includes EMDR, DBT, IFS, and Person-Centered therapy.
As a Military Veteran, she possesses some of the unique experiences and knowledge that other military members, active duty, and separated/retired members have encountered. As a civilian, she is also attuned to many of the issues that spouses and civilian members of the community experience on a daily basis. These experiences help round her as a professional and person.
CGC, AKC CERTIFIED THERAPY DOG THERAPY PUPPY
MA, QMHP-A/C, CCTP RESIDENT IN COUNSELING
Tiffany N. Green, MA, Resident in Counseling and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, under the supervision Pamela Kuelr, LPC. I have obtained my Masters in Professional Counseling and School Counseling from Seton Hall University. I am approved by the Virginia Board of Counseling as a Resident in Counseling to work with children and adults. Also, I am approved by International Association of Trauma Professionals as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional.
I believe all clients have the ability to heal from previous traumatic events, learn coping skills, and experience growth throughout there journey. I utilize different types of methodologies, which are determined by the client and their nature of challenges. The methodologies that I use throughout the therapeutic process to acknowledge and challenge maladaptive thought patterns are cognitive- behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and client- centered counseling.
I am dedicated to assisting clients in establishing positive transitions within their journey by working through challenges. I provide a safe and accepting environment to explore your connections, thoughts, and emotions. Allow me the opportunity to guide you through the therapeutic process towards an healthier transition.
RESIDENT IN COUNSELING
I am a Resident in Counseling in the Commonwealth of Virginia. I received my undergraduate degree in psychology from James Madison University, before completing my graduate training in Clinician Mental Health and Addictions counseling from the College of William and Mary. My unique path has provided me a wide variety of experiences. I began my journey in the mental health field as a Behavioral Technician working with kids diagnosed with Autism. Afterwards, I worked with college-aged individuals where I was trained to utilize cutting edge techniques from Motivational Interviewing. Lastly, when I facilitate substance use groups, I prefer to utilize an eclectic approach that emphasizes core aspects of mindfulness.
Throughout our work together I will utilize a number of different techniques and theories, depending on what you need at a given time. I work mainly with substance use and addiction, but I believe the suffering is what comes from underneath those behaviors, and not necessarily the behaviors themselves. My integrative approach to psychotherapy is aimed at treating the whole person. The experiences, beliefs about ourselves, coping mechanisms, and of course, the trauma. I believe that somewhere along the way, we learn what we believe about ourselves, others, and the world. Through opening up these relationships, we give ourselves more options to live and more space to heal.
RESIDENT IN COUNSELING
I am a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and Resident in Counseling in the Commonwealth of Virginia. I completed my Masters program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. During my graduate experience, there was an emphasis on learning and respecting the factors that make humans diverse including culture, sexual orientation, and spiritual beliefs. Additionally, I was afforded opportunities to study abroad and explore cultures in Africa and South America from a mental health perspective. Through these exchanges and encounters, incorporating multiculturalism practices is a core belief I bring to the therapeutic space.
I operate under the premise that each person is unique, with their own personal experiences and values. The many factors and events in our lives can shape who are. However, the power to change or alter maladaptive coping responses is within yourself, and I hope to be there to aid in support. Within my counseling practices I utilize an integrative theoretical approach, which allows for your uniqueness to be celebrated and all services tailored towards you. I aim to create a safe, comfortable, and judgment-free environment while building trust within the therapeutic alliance with you to allow for change to occur.
Want to Join Our Team?
We are always interested in adding to our talented team of professionals. Whether you are looking to join our outstanding administrative staff, work on Residency hours to become a fully-licensed clinician, achieve your Master’s degree in a counseling or social work field, or you are fully licensed and want the opportunity to make your own hours and supervise others, Got Your Six Counseling Services wants to meet with you!
Email [email protected] with your information today!
Do you have experience in a medical office? Do you enjoy working with clients, and the helping professions? We welcome applicants who are able to multitask, treat clients and coworkers with kindness and respect, and who are looking to join a growing team. Please send us your resume, three references, and a cover letter, and the Practice Owner will reach out to you!
We hire LPCs, LMFTs, LCSWs, PsyDs and PhDs, as well as Residents in Counseling pursuing their hours to obtain independent license in the Commonwealth of Virginia as an LPC, LMFT, or LCSW. If you are licensed, you must already hold an independent, unrestricted license in the Commonwealth of Virginia, or be willing to apply for it. If you require hours for licensure, and have a degree that is CACREP or NASW approved, we may be able to help provide clinical supervision and/or provide you with clients to obtain those hours.
If you are independently licensed, please email your resume, cover letter, and three references and the Practice Owner will reach out to you!
If you are a Resident in Counseling or Social Work, please email your resume, cover letter, transcripts and three references, and the Practice Owner will reach out to you!
If you are attending a Master’s program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, Social Work, Forensic Counseling, or another mental health-related field, we offer opportunities for Practicum and Internships to students! We do require that your school is CACREP-accredited, accredited by NASW, or is CACREP-aligned (CORE) in order to apply. Please email us with a cover letter, resume, current transcripts, statement of intent, and your school’s Practicum/Internship/Placement contact information, and the Practice Owner, or another member of the Training Team will reach out to you!