We offer clients an empowerment-based counseling model through which we integrate evidence-based practice with a person-centered approach. We support survivors of all genders who have experienced rape; sexual assault; stalking; domestic violence; emotional, psychological and verbal abuse; as well as other concerns. Additionally, we are available to support survivors’ friends, family members and significant others.

Get to know our counselors! (From left to right in the above image)

Cathy Erickson works with clients primarily on issues related to interpersonal violence and sexual assault.  She also works with anxiety, OCD, depression, eating disorders, grief and relationship problems. She earned her M.A. in Professional Counseling from Liberty University.
Contact: ce6n@virginia.edu, 434-297-8717

Hannah Trible, part-time counselor in residence, earned her M.A. and Ed.S. in clinical mental health counseling from James Madison University.  She works with clients on anxiety, depression, career and relationship issues, and the developmental process of emerging adulthood.
Contact: hbt2d@virginia.edu, 434-297-4427

Charlotte Chapman, Director of Counseling Services, is a licensed professional counselor and a nationally certified mental health counselor. She earned her Master’s in Counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University. Charlotte is also a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT).
Contact: cmc5nq@virginia.edu, 434-982-2903

Latoria White received her Master’s degree in Clinical/Community Psychology at Norfolk State University. She has previously worked with Region Ten CSB, SARA, and SHE.
Contact: lew9a@virginia.edu, 434-982-2252

Margaret Edwards focuses on helping clients who have experienced interpersonal violence, sexual assault and stalking. She also works with clients on issues such as grief and loss, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, career and relationship concerns. She earned her M.A. and Ed.S. in clinical mental health counseling from the University of Virginia.
Contact: me8n@virginia.edu, 434-243-4611