Rev. Catherine G. McCollough, LCSW is a minister ordained in the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and a Fellow in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. She received a Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary, and a Master of Social Work degree from Rutgers University. She completed an internship at the Institute for Pastoral Psychotherapy of the Pastoral Counseling and Consultation Centers of Greater Washington, D.C.. She has been a Pastoral Counselor at The Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care in Richmond, Virginia, and the Pastoral Counseling and Consultation Centers of Greater Washington, D.C. , and at Blacksburg Counseling Ministries. She also served for nine years as the Presbyterian Campus Minister at Radford University.
For over twenty-five years, Rev. McCollough has been using the insights and principles of psychology, religion and theology to help people achieve wholeness and health. She offers counseling for individuals, children (Elementary School aged), adolescents (Middle School and High School aged), young adults, adults, older adults, couples and families, military service members and their families, as well as consultation for church leaders and congregations. She has completed additional training and is experienced in the area of disaster mental health and psychological first aid. Counseling concerns she addresses might include normative life transitions, grief and loss, trauma recovery, depression and anxiety, premarital and marital counseling, couples’ counseling, adolescent difficulties, parenting skills, family issues, aging concerns, spiritual questioning, women’s issues, clergy emotional health, professional identity questions and stress management. Rev. McCollough accepts many forms of private health insurance, Medicare and Medicaid.
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