Geoffrey K. Byrd, LPC, AMHCA

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Geoff Byrd is a Licensed Professional Counselor, American Mental Health Counselors (AMHCA) Diplomate: Clinical Mental Health and Couples Counseling Specialist, a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, Advanced Clinician, as well as a Registered Counselor, NAABT (National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment) experienced with office based medical opioid dependence treatment coordinated with your physician. He holds degrees in Psychology and Counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University and the Medical College of Virginia. Geoff specializes in relationships, men's issues (which he calls "yin for men") and offers individual counseling for adult men and women, relationship therapy, seminars and support groups. Geoff also teaches Mindfulness Meditation and provides Integrative Health Education services. He is a graduate of the Professional Training Program of the Center for Mind Body Medicine. Learn more by clicking any of the links below as well as the tab for the C.G.Jung Center.

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