Trina Young Greer, Psy.D., LCP, LPC, LMFT

Executive Director

Dr. Trina Young Greer has worked in the mental health field since 1990. She holds licensures in Virginia as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and Licensed Professional Counselor. She is recognized for her work with individuals struggling to recover from trauma, grief and loss issues, assessment of children and adolescents, and anxiety disorders. She has worked as an adjunct instructor at Regent University, and regularly provides supervision to psychotherapists in training. Dr. Young Greer believes that all healing has a spiritual foundation and she is committed to assisting others to find meaning and true peace in their lives.

Dr. Young Greer is the founder and executive director of Genesis Counseling Center. She is a native of Hampton, Virginia and is committed to serving the Hampton Roads community. As the daughter of missionaries to Africa, she has served as a consultant to missionaries and in ministry to African refugees. She authored a manual for Christian leaders in West Africa ministering to victims of trauma. She is a member of both the American Psychological Association (APA) and the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). She and her husband, Steve Greer, are the co-founders of Genesis Assist, which provides valuable services for therapists interested in launching or maintaining excellent private practices.

Trina and her husband enjoy scuba diving, traveling, kayaking in Hampton Roads, and speaking to audiences on Christian counseling, leadership, and best practice models.

Specialties: Personality assessment, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Testing, Autism Spectrum Disorder Testing, Psychoeducational Testing, depression, anxiety, grief and loss issues, family therapy, trauma recovery, sexual abuse recovery, children and adolescents, women’s issues, military and missionary families, group therapy for children, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and attachment disorders (foster care and adoption)

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