In Virginia, residents in counseling may practice under the supervision of a licensed professional counselor. Thus, I am pleased to offer the services of John Rogers, M.Ed, Ed.S., NCC (Va. Resident License #0704010629) in my practice starting in July 2020. John is available to meet with clients both in person and via telehealth. All payments for services are made to the practice (Kevin Doyle, LPC, LSATP), and I will supervise his services.
Here is info about John (his photo is to the left): John Rogers is a board-certified counselor, a doctoral candidate in counseling and supervision at James Madison University, and an adjunct instructor at Longwood University’s Counselor Education graduate program. He is a member of the American Counseling Association, the Virginia Counselors Association, and Chi Sigma Iota. Mr. Rogers is a licensed resident in counseling in Virginia and works in Charlottesville with the Women’s Initiative and with Dr. Kevin Doyle, LPC. He completed a Counseling Internship and was a resident in counseling at Western State Hospital in Staunton. His research interests are on homelessness, crisis counseling, and psychodynamic relational theory and clinical applications. He has written and spoken extensively on topics of counseling interventions, homelessness, child protective services, and crisis counseling.