David Dameron, PhD

My passion, in helping people, is forming collaborative relationships that target their unique needs. I start by taking the time to understand what you are needing, what you see as the problem, and then laying out a plan with you to address the problem(s) to achieve an identified goal and outcome. I understand that not everyone has the same goal or agenda. Treating issues related to major depression, anxiety and panic disorder might be structurally different than issues you might be experiencing from a divorce, losing a job or losing someone you love. My approach integrates different techniques to maximize positive outcomes that include Cognitive Behavioral, Problem-solving, Psychodynamic, Motivational Interviewing and Supportive Therapy approaches. I have interest in treating adult ADHD, Major Depression, Anxiety, Panic Disorder, situational disorders stemming from major life events, such as divorce, and in working with individuals who are in the early stages of recovery from substance use or abuse.

Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from USIU in San Diego, M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from John F. Kennedy University in San Francisco. Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Virginia.

Dr. Dameron is not currently accepting new patients.

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Cynthia Jenkins, PhD

Sometimes living well and feeling well just happen, and sometimes obstacles get in the way. For those times when stress, worry, depression, trauma, or a significant transition in your life has you feeling lost and overwhelmed, I offer you a safe, collaborative partnership from which to heal and rebuild. Together, we’ll explore your needs, your strengths, where you struggle, and where you shine. We’ll look at things from different perspectives to help you connect with new ways of seeing and doing things. We’ll find ways to overcome any obstacles in your path to create the well-being you’re striving for. I tend to draw from the fields of biology and neuroscience, mindfulness, attachment theory, cognitive-behavioral therapy and positive psychology. We’ll use the tools that will most effectively help you feel better, now and into the future.

Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, M.A. in Developmental Psychology from the University of Virginia. Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Virginia. Certified Integrative Mental Health Provider. E.Passport and Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology under the Authority of PSYPACT Commission.

Dr. Jenkins is not currently accepting new patients.

You can reach Dr. Jenkins via email at and by phone at 804.320.0101.

Join Dr. Jenkins here for your scheduled appointment.