Mike Vazzana, LPC


Phone:  703-665-0949     
Fax:   703-665-0949  (same)

Email: mvazzana@atlcgr.com

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Mike Vazzana, LPC, who started his career as a counselor in 2003, leverages his wide-ranging clinical experience – and his expertise as one of Loudoun County’s leading practitioners in the areas of relational issues, mood/depressive disorders, and various anxiety disorders – to help clients understand and deal with many other sources of pain, conflict, and hurt in their life.


A key aspect of Mike’s philosophy is that other, deeper personal issues often lie at the root of the concerns that lead people into the counselor's office.  With that in mind, he works with men, women, couples and families not only to deal with partner and parent-child conflict, but also to address other concerns such as job stress, sleep disorders, employment struggles, and unresolved issues from childhood.  Another aspect of Mike's philosophy is that at times we have periods of negative thinking.  To assist clients with changing negative thinking, he has developed a Cognitive Re-Framing Worksheet, that he uses with clients to collect data throughout the week.


Mike’s counseling career has uniquely prepared him to address the wide range of issues facing his clients at Atlantic Counseling Group.  Mike developed his specialized skills in helping individuals cope with addictions at Loudoun County Mental Health.  There, he successfully educated both clients and their families about the emerging disease model of addiction and the physical and spiritual as well as psychological issues involved.
Mike holds a Masters of Science in Pastoral Counseling, which incorporates spiritual along with psychological principles, from Loyola College. Mike also offers counseling from a Christian perspective for clients who are seeking it.


Mike Vazzana is not accepting new clients at this time. Please call 703-621-7121 to schedule an appointment with an available counselor.



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