offering therapy, family support and adhd evaluations
9201 Arboretum Parkway, Suite 110, Richmond, VA
to schedule an appointment call 804.320.0101
Providing comprehensive care with a compassionate presence from your first call to your closing session.
Mynd Matters is accepting new patients. We are currently offering all sessions via tele-health. The tele-health options are HIPAA compliant and are covered by most insurance plans. If you would like to schedule a tele-health session, please contact Lindsey, our office manager. In addition, we have assembled a list of resources to help you navigate this challenging time. Please click on our resources tab and then on the book/web link.
Dr. Koehler is offering a free online meditation, movement, Q & A and discussion session every Wednesday from 8 am until 9:15am. Please join whether you are new to meditation or are an experienced practitioner. For more information contact Dr. Koehler at email@example.com.
If you’re struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD or panic attacks, please reach out. If you’re trying to nurture a relationship, are going through a separation, or are trying to co-parent in challenging circumstances, we’re here to help. If you’d like support while navigating gender identity issues, loss, a career change, an illness or the transition from one stage of life to another, please call. It can be life changing to have someone on your side to help you figure out what you need in order to move forward and feel more yourself again.
We pride ourselves on meeting people where they are, and on providing a level of care that creates meaningful and lasting change. Our office is welcoming, accepting and warm. Because change sometimes requires a team approach, in addition to sharing our expertise, we routinely partner with other providers in the community to help ensure that you get what you need.
We respect and protect civil and human rights and the central importance of freedom of inquiry and expression. We strive to help people increase their understanding of themselves and others and to use that knowledge to improve the well-being of individuals, relationships, and society.