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Mental Health Counseling at Lifebulb Alexandria, VA

Use our extensive counseling services to give your mental health the attention it deserves. We accept major commercial insurance plans and self-pay rates, which may vary slightly by geography and therapist licensure.

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In-Person and Online Mental Health Counseling in Alexandria, VA

Unlocking a brighter tomorrow starts with the right mental health counselor.

Our Lifebulb counseling center in Alexandria connects you with qualified experts who provide objective, flexible, and confidential counseling services to teach you how to tackle obstacles boldly and live a better life. Our Alexandria counselors are experts in using virtual counseling to treat a variety of mental health issues, including:

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Call us, or book an appointment for online therapy, online counseling Alexandria today!

Our team of counselors in Alexandria will assist you with treatment plans that can help build a positive attitude towards fighting mental health issues.

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We accept a wide range of major commercial insurance plans. In the event that you do not see your insurance listed, we are more than happy to verify your benefits to determine if we can accept them. We offer an affordable self-pay rate also designed to accommodate your needs.

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Lifebulb Counseling Center offers multiple pathways to a personal level of care that can meet immediate and long-term needs.

What Our Clients Are Saying

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They are wonderful and really have a heart to help people!


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The group at Lifebulb truly care about helping people. The passion behind what they do is evident in the way they care for others and Im so thankful for their presence in our community! If your looking for quality counseling from professionals who care, your in the right place


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A really nice place - beautiful and comfortable and it’s great to have the option of online or in person!


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As a mother of two little ones, I’ve finally found a trusted place I can come to that values where I’m at in life. Lifebulb is there to help you find those open doors you’ve been having trouble searching for. The counselors are encouraging, helpful and understanding, I highly recommend them.


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So, I cannot say enough good things about Lifebulb. The owners care so much and are 110% dedicated to helping people and hiring staff that care for people not just a chart or a number. This is so needed in todays crazy world. If you just need to vent, get a new perspective on an issue your having, or get weekly counseling this is the place to go.


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I recommend Lifebulb Counseling & Therepy to anyone and everyone. This is a great place to get help and improve your life!


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Have had such a wonderful experience working with everyone at Lifebulb. I was nervous about finding the right counselor but they made the process feel simple and safe. I was matched with an amazing counselor who provides the exact mentorship and life coaching I need.


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Frequently Asked Questions

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Mental health is just as important as physical health, and seeking professional help can sometimes be necessary to tackle life's challenges. Lifebulb Therapy & Counseling in Alexandria, VA offers a wide range of mental health services to help individuals overcome their struggles. Our services include but not limited to:

If you are searching for a supportive and empathetic counseling team, look no further than Lifebulb Counseling.

Here are a few of the most used therapeutic methods. Your counselor will create a counseling strategy depending on your requirements, though.

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
  • Mindfulness Training
  • Experiential Therapy
  • Relapse Prevention Therapy
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Christian Counseling
  • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Strength-based counseling
  • Solution-focused therapy
  • Emotionally-focused therapy

When an individual's mental and emotional health is in danger, it is said to be experiencing a mental health crisis. It can include a wide range of circumstances, including when someone expresses suicide ideas, self-harms, exhibits severe panic or anxiety, shows indications of psychosis, or cannot handle intense emotions. A person's behavior that endangers them or others can also indicate a mental health crisis. Prompt intervention and assistance are vital to guarantee the person's safety and well-being in these situations.

It's crucial to address the matter with understanding and care if you have concerns about someone's mental health. You can take various actions, depending on how severe the problem is. Call emergency services or a crisis hotline if there is an urgent danger of harm, such as suicidal or self-harm thoughts. You can advise the individual to seek assistance from a mental health expert, such as a counselor or psychiatrist if the situation is less urgent but still troubling. Reach out to the person's family, friends, or a mental health support group to voice your concerns and get advice on the best course of action if you think they're in danger but aren't ready to assist themselves. While seeking the necessary assistance, put the person's safety and privacy first.

Social services can help people with their mental health problems. That much is certain. Social services may provide a variety of supports, such as linking people to mental health resources, informing them about available services, assisting with access to therapy or counseling, providing support for families and caregivers, and helping people navigate the mental health care system. Additionally, they can offer advice on housing, job, financial support, and other practical issues that may have an effect on someone's mental health. Social services can be a helpful resource, but it's crucial to remember that in order to offer complete care, they may collaborate with other mental health organizations and specialists.

Your initial meeting with a Lifebulb therapist or counselor won't only be used to collect background or demographic data. We know that opting for treatment is a significant and challenging step. The goal of our first counseling session with you, whether in person or online, will be to provide the support you need and demonstrate that counseling is effective when both parties put out the necessary time and effort.

Accessing a therapist or counselor ought to be simple and quick. Therefore, our procedure is simple. You can plan a virtual or in-person counseling appointment online by looking through the biographies of our counselors to discover the best fit for you. You may also call us, and one of our staff members will ensure you are connected with the ideal therapist or counselor for your needs and objectives. Your counselor will provide you with a tailored treatment plan, whether online or offline, to assist you in achieving your particular objectives.

Please dial 911 immediately if you have an emergency. Even though Lifebulb is not a crisis center and its therapists and counselors are not emergency services, we know that occasionally urgent situations may arise. Your counselor will be reachable by phone and email and will do their best to be there for you when needed. Depending on your treatment plan, your counselor may provide you access to resources or contact information when circumstances arise that go beyond the boundaries of your in-person or online counseling sessions.

With us, scheduling a session is simple, flexible, and available in a number of ways. When you phone our clinic, a staff member will schedule your appointment with the most appropriate counselor. We'll go through your insurance details and a few basic policies before emailing you to confirm the time and day of your appointment, whether in person or virtually. Alternatively, choose your preferred counselor from our website, pick a time that works for you, and we'll get in touch with you to confirm the specifics of your appointment.

Our cancellation policy is flexible. Call our office or speak with your therapist or counselor at least 24 hours before your online counseling session starts to cancel or reschedule any appointments without incurring any fees.

We take our duty to protect your privacy very seriously. According to HIPAA legislation, Lifebulb is regarded as a covered entity, meaning we must abide by all its rules and restrictions. We are here to help if you have any inquiries (or suggestions) concerning our privacy and security procedures. Send us an email at

At Lifebulb, we are incredibly picky about the counselors we work with since doing so may significantly impact our customers' ability to achieve their objectives. Our therapists & counselors hold master's degrees or higher and have undergone several years of practical training before receiving full clinical licensure. We exclusively employ counselors who share our essential principles, even from a pool of highly qualified ones. By doing this, we can be confident that your counselor will go above and beyond to assist you and provide the most significant online or in-person counseling.

Our office is located at 6210A Old Franconia Rd. We’ll be happy to meet you! Call us at 703-955-3703, or write at

6210 A Old Franconia Rd, Alexandria, VA 22310

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