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There are 1,261 Counselors in Chesapeake, VA and 10% of those with reviews are rated 4-star or higher. Popular hospitals in the area include Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital and Riverside Regional Medical Center.
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1,261 Results for Counseling near Chesapeake, VA

Healthcare at a Glance in Chesapeake, VA

Chesapeake Regional Medical Center is the nearest healthcare facility for residents of Chesapeake. Bon Secours and Sentara are two of the more extensive healthcare systems in the region. Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters is just under seven miles from Chesapeake and the closest dedicated pediatric care facility. Veterans in Chesapeake can get care at the Hampton VA Medical Center or one of its four locations in Southeastern Virginia.

Chesapeake’s Top-Rated Facilities

Sentara Norfolk General Hospital is a 525-bed medical center and one of only five level-1 trauma centers in Virginia. U.S. News ranks Sentara Norfolk General Hospital as the #1 hospital in the Virginia Beach-Newport area. Sentara Norfolk General Hospital is high performing in five adult specialties:

  • geriatrics
  • lung cancer surgery

Chesapeake Regional Medical Center is the highest-rated facility that’s closest to Chesapeake. It is high performing in seven procedures and conditions, including:

  • colon cancer surgery
  • kidney failure
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Counseling Frequently Asked Questions

What is a counselor?

Counselors are trained to help you care for your mental health. When searching for a counselor, start by looking at their education, licenses, and certifications. Licensed counselors have titles such as a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT). Counselors specialize in areas such as family and marriage, addiction, religious support, and work stress. If you believe you need additional support from medication, it may be best for you to contact a Psychiatrist. If you are nervous about starting counseling, many healthcare groups offer virtual sessions for you to try from the comfort of your home. Many insurance plans and employer benefits include counseling services, making the cost of counseling affordable. There are also many affordable flat rate options available online. Finding the right counselor for you can be a life-changing part of your mental health.