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Presenting: A New Teen Life Skills Group, New Clinicians, and Intern Harley Jones

Calming Wind Counseling Services is excited to present a new online group opportunity for teens; our Teen Life Skills group. Additionally, we would like to welcome our newest clinicians including intern Harley Jones, resident in counseling Angela DeBoard, and Marjorie Barbour, LCSW.

Teen Life Skills Group



Angela DeBoard is excited to offer an online group for teens to come together in a safe and friendly environment in order to work on their relationships with others, communication skills, learning ways to cope with the ups and downs of daily life, and discuss topics that teens are facing daily. Group topics may include relationships with friends, dealing with difficult emotions, communication skills, coping with stress, understanding your strengths, and improving family relationships.


To register for the group go the groups page, and click on the "click here to register" link for the group of your choice. Once the form has been filled out and submitted you will receive a confirmation about your group registration within 24 hours of your submission. Any questions about the Teen Life Skills group or any of our other groups can be addressed by emailing groups@calmingwindcounseling.com or calling 804-416-5052.


New Providers


Harley Jones, Clinical Intern


Harley Jones is a clinical intern from The College of William and Mary who is completing both her practicum and internship at Calming Wind Counseling. After many years of living in New York, she is now enjoying rediscovering her hometown of Richmond. Harley comes from a background of working in special education allowing her therapeutic approach to be strengths-based and person-centered while being politically informed and keeping in mind the cultural context of her clients. Harley utilizes acceptance and commitment therapy in order to help her clients develop effective coping strategies for every day life.


Harley enjoys working with young adults and states, "I believe that therapy can include laughter and joy, even as we address challenging issues. I see therapy as a partnership between two+ people, each with their own knowledge and skills. Taking care of our mental health can and should be something that we do when we're feeling good; it helps us find more ease when challenges arise later on. In other words, we don't just start brushing our teeth when we have a cavity!" Harley believes that there is "no one size fits all" approach to therapy, and enjoys communicating with clients about approaches that may best fit their needs.

Angela DeBoard, Resident in Counseling


Angela DeBoard is a Resident in Counseling in Virginia that has a passion for working with those who have experienced trauma. In particular, Angela enjoys working with teens and single mothers as they navigate the challenges each day brings. Angela utilizes Trauma Focused Therapy including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.


Angela works hard at meeting her clients where they are at, allowing them to set the pace of the therapy. Angela expresses that is important to remember, "Acknowledging that you need help is the first step on the road to healing."


Marjorie Barbour, LCSW

Marjorie Barbour is a licensed clinical social worker who has been working with at risk children and adolescents and their families for over 15 years. She has experience working with behavioral disturbances and their contributing factors such as depression, anxiety, ADHD and trauma. She has an extensive background in residential services and foster care for children and adolescents. As a trauma informed, LGBTQIA+ affirming clinician, Marjorie strives to meet the client where they are and help them reach their individual goals. In her free time, Marjorie enjoys being with her family, planning Disney trips, and theatre.


An Invitation from Calming Wind Counseling

If you would like to schedule an appointment with Harley, Angela, Marjorie, or any of our other clinicians you can call 804-416-5052 to speak to our staff, or send an email to info@calmingwindcounseling.com in order to schedule your first appointment.