About Us

Linda Peterson Rogers, Ph.D., RN, LMFT, Individual, Couple and Family Therapy

I bring a unique perspective to my therapy practice. My interest in working with families in stress began when I was working as a head nurse on a medical-surgical ward in a major teaching hospital. Working with families and illness was an intense experience that provided the foundation for my future work. As I rode the emotional roller-coaster along with the families struggling with anticipated or acute illness, life and death, I was inspired by the strength and optimism I saw come through along with their sorrowful and tragic responses.

Angela J. Huebner, Ph.D. LMFT

I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Clinical Fellow of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. I completed my Ph.D. in Family Studies at the University of Arizona and my MFT clinical coursework at Virginia Tech. Since 1999, I have been an associate professor in the Department of Human Development's Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Virginia Tech in Falls Church, VA. I incorporate a wide variety of therapy techniques in my practice, including Internal Family Systems (IFS), Emotionally Focused Couple's Therapy (EFT) Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and mindfulness. My approach is collaborative and experiential. I believe that clients have an innate ability to heal and I strive to meet them where they are in a non-pathologizing way.

Faye Fiore, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Therapy is a second career for me. For many years I travelled the country as a national correspondent for a major newspaper writing about the human experience--how we are affected by the challenges life throws us. Much of my journalism career focused on U.S. service members and their families as they navigated a decade of war. It was a privilege to sit down with so many people from so many walks of life and listen. I came to see how powerful the process of feeling heard and understood could be. A second chapter as a marriage and family therapist felt almost seamless.