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Who We Are

Madeline Grove

Madeline Grove, MA & EdS, is a graduate of James Madison University's Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. She enjoys working with adolescents and adults to help them overcome a variety of challenges in a supportive, affirming, and authentic environment. Madeline understands the unique struggles facing younger generations, and works with depression, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal relationship challenges. She emphasizes the importance of highlighting individuals' unique strengths, and views therapy as a process of meaning making and self growth. Madeline integrates approaches from cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment, mindfulness, and existential theories. She has a strong grounding in multicultural and systems-based counseling that prioritizes the client's unique lived experience. She has experience in psychiatric hospitals, forensic psychology, university counseling centers, as well as community based mental health settings. Madeline believes that everyone has the right to pursue a peaceful and spiritually fulfilling life, and sees therapy as a valuable tool in this process. She is located at PCNV's McLean and Manassas Centers and practices under supervision of Megan MacCutcheon, LPC, PMH-C. Madeline is currently accepting new clients and can be reached at (703) 335-6172 voicemail extension 350 or via email. You can also read more about her practice on Psychology Today.

Heather Hall

Heather Hall, MSW, MTS, LMSW/LGSW uses she/her pronouns. She is a graduate of Wesley Theological Seminary and University of Saint Thomas/Saint Catherine University's School for Clinical Social Work and is licensed at the graduate level in both Virginia and Minnesota. Heather has a strong interfaith commitment and has extensive experience in working with adults, adolescents, and children experiencing a wide range of challenges in school, residential and outpatient settings. She uses humor, trust and authenticity as a basis for collaboration in treatment. She believes that pursuit of joy is a reasonable goal, in recovery as a wholistic process and that nobody belongs in a box. Her approach uses a mixture of cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, motivational interviewing, psychodynamic and emotionally focused therapies. She is experienced in working with issues of depression, Bipolar, anxiety, trauma, meaning, sexuality, grief, identity, shame, relationship issues, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and chemical dependency. Heather's work is trauma-informed and client-centered. She invites clients into a warm, safe environment within which she offers support and guidance in addressing the challenges they face. Heather is LGBTQIA+ friendly and interested in assisting in collaboration for constructive change regardless of lifestyle. She will be working at PCNV's McLean and Springfield Centers. Heather is currently accepting papointments and can be reached at (703) 335-6172 voice mail extension 345 or via email.

Rev. Judy Hall

Rev. Judy Hall, MSW, LCSW, MTS, a licensed Clinical Social Worker in Virginia, is a graduate of Catholic University of America (Master of Social Work) and Wesley Theological Seminary (Master of Theological Studies). She is an inclusive ordained deacon in The United Methodist Church, a graduate of the Institute of Pastoral Psychotherapy, and a veteran of 15 years training and supervision in Comprehensive Therapy. She invites individuals, couples and families into a collegial relationship in which therapist and client partner to bring deeper spiritual meaning, authentic relationships and greater personal freedom into the client's life, breaking up restrictive patterns of thought and behavior. She works through a variety of therapeutic modalities including cognitive behavioral, family systems therapy, transactional analysis, and EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing). Rev. Hall's work with people is grounded in her respect for the resilience and strengths that they bring to the process of change and reconciliation. She is experienced in working with adults, families, couples and adolescents and has particular interest in working with trauma, grief, depression, attachment disorder, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, shame and conflicted relationships. Judy works at PCNV's centers in McLean and Springfield. She can be reached at (703) 335-6172 voice mail extension 325, or via email.

Dr. Gary L. Hulme

Dr. Gary L. Hulme, DMin is a inclusive ordained United Methodist minister and a long time resident of Manassas. Gary holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion and Philosophy from Virginia Wesleyan College in Norfolk Virginia, as well as a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. He is also a graduate of the Institute for Pastoral Psychotherapy. In addition to having been certified as a Fellow in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors,following the AAPC merger with ACPE, Gary is a Certified Psychotherapist with the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education, Gary is also a Board Certified Professional Counselor by the American Board of Professional Counselors established by the American Psychotherapy Association and a member of the International Positive Psychology Association. He is also a provider with Tricare for military dependents and families. Further, he is a Community Care Provider with the Veterans Administration and is able to work with military veterans closer to their local community. He likes to work with a variety of persons and provides individual counseling and psychotherapy, marriage counseling, couples counseling, family counseling and adolescent counseling. In addition to anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), depression, grief, and other mental health issues, Gary likes to work with persons around how family of origin issues impact current life systems in a way that moves toward healing, wholeness and health. He works at the Manassas Center. He can be reached at (703) 335-6172 voice mail extension 361, or via email.

Dr. Anne Martin

Dr. Anne Martin, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and an Episcopalian. She received her Ph.D. in Psychology from Rice University in Houston Texas, and her post-doctoral retraining in clinical psychology from George Washington University. Anne has a strong interest in how brains work, and an even stronger interest in working in relationship with clients to help overcome obstacles to a full, productive and satisfying life. She works mainly with adult individuals and groups, and has extensive experience providing psychotherapy to people suffering from depression (unipolar and bipolar) and anxiety (including post-traumatic stress and panic), along with addictions and chronic illnesses such as diabetes and HIV. Anne is also trained as a facilitator of psycho-educational groups that incorporate Dr. Bren? Brown?s research on shame, vulnerability and courage. She serves on the Diocese of Virginia Commission for the Prevention of Sexual Misconduct, and co-facilitates workshops on preventing child sexual abuse and adult sexual misconduct. Anne works at the McLean and Vienna Centers, and can be reached at (703) 335-6172 voice Mail Extension 320, or via email.

Shannon Wise

Shannon Wise, (she/her), MM, MS, holds a Master of Music degree in vocal performance from the University of Illinois and a Master of Science degree in pastoral counseling from Loyola University in Maryland. She combines her musical and counseling backgrounds in a creative approach that helps build psychological flexibility, mindfulness, and resilience. She provides a spiritually inclusive, encouraging space in her work with individuals, couples, and groups, and affirms the sacred worth of all people - celebrating diversity in age, race, culture, gender, and sexual orientation. Shannon is passionate about helping adolescents and adults discover their authentic voice - tuning into unique strengths and core values to build awareness and find meaning and direction in times of dissonance, change, and challenge. She integrates a variety of evidence-based approaches (Acceptance and Commitment, Adlerian, person-centered, humanistic) in working with grief and loss, transition, anxiety, parenting skills, career discernment, self-identity, depression, and the unique challenges facing the "sandwich generation." She is a trained Prepare/Enrich facilitator, and enjoys helping engaged, dating and married couples to deepen their relationships through identifying areas of growth, strengthening communication, and establishing shared values. She is located at PCNV's Ashburn location and practices under supervision of Dr. Anne Martin, PhD. She is currently accepting new clients and can be reached by phone at (703) 335-6172, ext. 330 or via email.