Welcome to Exodus Counseling Services. Our main goal is to always strive to provide an environment that fosters hope and healing through mental health counseling and offer the integration of Christian principles to those who want it. Exodus Counseling Services is a telehealth private practice "Where Hope and Healing begin". Our mission is to encourage, empower, and enhance the lives of those who are experiencing mental distress and life stressors. We cannot guarantee that counseling will work for everyone and we understand that seeking professional counseling can be a daunting experience. That is the reason why we strive to create a welcoming and stress-free experience for our clients. If you feel like you are ready to take the next step at a healthier you, we invite you to reach out to us. Your well-being is our priority and we are excited about the opportunity to work with you! Please browse our website to discover what we’re all about.
About the Therapist
Dr. Roberts received her Doctorate of Education degree in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University, Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology from Radford University, and Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Hampton University. Dr. Roberts is a Certified Crisis Responder and a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. She has conducted research on the prevalence of PTSD symptoms among Public Safety Professionals in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Dr. Roberts is compassionate about helping others towards mental wellness and spiritual growth. One of her favorite anonymous quotes is: “If you are more fortunate than others, build a longer table and not a taller fence”. In addition, she is inspired by the scripture: “I will give thanks and praise to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: Wonderful are Your works, and my soul knows it very well” Psalm 139:14.
Her areas of clinical interest and specialties include mind-body, culture and identity development, family dynamics, substance use concerns, mood disorders, transgender/non-binary affirming health access, life transitions, crisis intervention, trauma, and abuse.