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Maria Weaver, LPC, NCC, BCN

Licensed Professional Counselor

"Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life 

and you will call it fate"   C.G. Jung


Welcome to Everlasting Victory Counseling & Neurotherapy

    No matter what your challenges are in life, you can make positive and lasting changes! I provide an encouraging and non-judgmental place to share your difficulties and concerns. I individualize my counseling approach to equip you to find your pathway to freedom and peace; the strength to meet your goals to be all that you dream to be! 



My goal is to help people get free of all that hinders them in life



We all experience traumatic stress, and how we manage it  significantly affects our satisfaction with ourselves, others, and our life overall. I enjoy  working with clients to help them reach their personal goals, to learn new ways to  manage stress, and build resilience. I offer neurofeedback, and EMDR (two therapies  that heal the brain)-- see below; and cognitive therapies: CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy) as well as mindfulness techniques to enhance emotional wellbeing.


Neurofeedback is EEG Biofeedback for the Brain 

    This type of brain training encourages the brain to heal itself.  It is a non-invasive therapy that allows for increased awareness of your physical, emotional and cognitive symptoms. Once you are more self aware, you can self-regulate more easily, and will notice a decrease in negative symptoms. 

   Neurofeedback addresses many problems of brain dysregulation. These include: emotional and mood regulation, anxiety, panic, depression, attention deficits (ADD or ADHD), behavior disorders, PTSD, sleep disorders, headaches and migraines, PMS and emotional disturbances. It has been found to be helpful for organic brain conditions: autism, Asperger's, and seizures. Neurofeedback self-regulation training allows the brain to function more effectively. Information taken from   ; see this link for more information:


EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing)

   When a person is anxious, their brain does not process information in the usual way. If a person has experienced a traumatic situation, their brain cannot "file" the memory properly. As a result of the memory being "filed" improperly, the brain is constantly on alert for that previous danger to occur again, and so it can become triggered easily with any situation with even minor similarities to the traumatic event. So traumatic memories can have a persistent negative effect that interferes with the way a person experiences the world and the way that they interact with other people. 

    EMDR seems to change the way the brain processes the traumatic memory, so that it is processed, or "filed" properly.  So after a successful EMDR session, a person no longer relives the images, sounds, thoughts and feelings when the event is brought up to their mind. They will still remember the situation, but it is less upsetting, often without the emotions. Other types of therapy have similar goals; however, EMDR appears to be similar to what occurs naturally during dreaming or REM (rapid eye movement) sleep. Therefore, EMDR can be thought of as a physiologically based therapy that helps a person see disturbing material in a new and less distressing way. Information taken from   ; see this link for more information:

Call or Email for a phone consultation!

Please call (757) 690-0741 or email me at (preferred, and leave a phone number to reach you) for a free phone consultation!  See also "Contact" section on this website to submit contact information so that I may contact you.


Please call to learn more!

(757) 690-0741 

By Appointment Only--

Fly Family Therapy & Neurotherapy

718 J. Clyde Morris Blvd.; Suite D

Newport News, VA


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