Relief is in reach.

Online counseling for residents of Virginia. 

(Waitlist option only as of 1/2024) 


Are you struggling?
Feeling lonely or disconnected?
Not functioning the way you would like? 

Another year has arrived when we’re not quite as carefree as we may have been a few years ago.  It’s been hard living in a world that feels a lot like the “Upside Down” from Stranger Things.  While COVID is hopefully receding from center stage, you may have old issues that are resurfacing and traumas that have been triggered.  You may also have new issues that have come up — with work, your relationship, or how you feel about yourself.

Our New Normal

The pandemic was meant to be long gone by now and in many ways, it’s true, we are limping back to a “new normal.” But you may be finding that it’s harder than you imagined to get back to feeling like yourself.  You may even have discovered that you’ve changed: whether that means feeling a little more socially anxious, a little less invested in work, or a little more vulnerable, in general.  

It’s been stressful and our mental health needs — as individuals and a community — continue to show.  Our world has changed.  A lot.  What we do not know (and will not for a while) is how long the changes will last and which ones will revert back to the way they were before.  The stress of this uncertainty is also something that can wear on a person over time. 

Thankfully, what we do know is that we have a measure of control over how we respond to stress, how we take care of ourselves, and what we do to get the help we need.  That’s where counseling comes in.

Talking with someone about the big gap between how you feel right now versus how you would like to feel is a good start.  It’s important to share that you’re not satisfied with the way things are, that you want more.  Maybe you’ve realized that you’re tired of waking up sad, or of going to bed anxious.  Or you’re sick of planning your day around whether it’s decent day or one that’s filled with trauma triggers.  Saying all of that out loud — especially to someone who won’t be hurt or defensive in response — is one of the first steps to making positive change a reality.

Elizabeth Brokamp will work with you to get you to a better state of mind, and will offer the kind of compassionate, pragmatic help you need to not just feel better in the moment, but to feel better over the long-term.  Clients leave our sessions able to exhale for the first time in a long while and with a determination to keep pushing forward toward even more relief.

More When You Want It

It’s not just about symptom-relief.  When the dust settles, it will also be about getting to live your best life

Imagine if you had a good handle on your issues and could begin to focus on what you want out of life, whether it’s your next step with work, your interests, or your relationship.  Perhaps you want help with sticking to your goals or finding a better balance between work and home.  Whatever the situation, we take your happiness seriously and will work tirelessly alongside you to help you get it.

In order to do this, we employ a variety of counseling methods that are evidence-supported and effective, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, and solutions-focused counseling in our work with adults. 

*Please note: Now maintaining a waiting list due to lack of current availability.  Please email if you would like to be on the waiting list or if you have questions for Elizabeth Brokamp.  

Elizabeth Brokamp, LPC

Elizabeth Brokamp Licensed Professional Counselor at Nova Terra Therapy in Burke, VA 22015

Elizabeth Brokamp

I am Elizabeth Brokamp, a licensed professional counselor with over twenty years of professional experience.  I work with clients to help them get relief from trauma, stress, grief, and anxiety using CBT and other research-supported counseling approaches.  My clients leave counseling looking forward, not stuck in old, painful patterns. 




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