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Denise Lozano Knoble

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Christian Counselor

Works with Children, Adolescents and Adults.

Specialty Issues:  ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Military and Marital Issues, Stress and Panic Disorders

Virginia Beach location

More About Me

EDUCATION

  • St. Mary's College, Bachelors degree in religious studies
  • Jung Institute, Zurich Switzerland, Jungian therapy
  • Notre Dame University, religious studies program
  • University of Virginia, Masters degree in religious studies
  • Norfolk State University, Masters in Social Work
  • Family Therapy Center in Washington DC, advanced family therapy training

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

  • Teaching Assistant
  • Secondary Education, taught school for one year
  • Resident Counselor, group homes for children, teenagers and adults with mental health and mental retardation issues for two years
  • Adjunct Undergraduate and Graduate Instructor Norfolk State University
  • Supervisor of case management /counseling of the Mental Retardation/Developmental Disability Program, City of Virginia Beach for 11 years
  • Social Worker in private practice in Virginia for 17 years

LICENSURE

  • Virginia Licensed Clinical Social Worker

PUBLICATIONS

  • University of Virginia: 1982: Paternalism For Persons with Mild Mental Retardation Channel 10, presentation of the benefits of a mother's group with their infants

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • National Association of Social Workers

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

  • Diplomat in Clinical Social Work, National Association of Social Work

MILITARY SERVICE

  • Social Worker at Family Fleet and Services at Oceana, counseling personnel from all military branches and their families.

SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Active member of local Christian Church in Virginia Beach Carmelite of the Secular Order (OCDS)for 22 years
  • Director of Formation, OCDS for 9 years

THERAPY ORIENTATION

  • I have been trained in therapy techniques for children, adolescents and adults. I work with children age 4 and up using family counseling, cognitive behavior therapy. In general, I am eclectic and use the therapy approach that is most suited for the individual psychologically and spiritually. This may include family systems, marital therapy, cognitive/behavioral, spiritual systems or other techniques. The goal is to integrate spiritual principles within all therapy approaches. However, I do not use any therapy techniques that are contrary to the Word of God or His leading in any individual life.