MSN, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC
Cheryl Lumbard received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of South Florida, her Master of Science in Nursing degree with a concentration as a Family Nurse Practitioner, from Old Dominion University, and her Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner degree from the University of Cincinnati. She has been practicing as a Nurse Practitioner for the past 20 years, with experience in Cardiology, Pain Management, and 16 years experience in the outpatient mental health setting. She also has experience in mental health at various long-term care facilities. Prior to her Nurse Practitioner, role, she practiced as a RN in multiple critical care venues, specializing in trauma, post-operative care, cardiology, and open heart surgery post-operative recovery.
She specializes in the medication management of clients ages 5 and older treating a myriad of conditions, such as ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, OCD, PTSD, Panic Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, and Insomnia. She is medication assisted trained (MAT) in the treatment of opiate addiction, utilizing Buprenorphine-Naloxone (Suboxone) therapy. Cheryl strongly believes in evaluating and treating clients in a holistic manner addressing the mind, body, and soul to achieve improvement in their quality of life.
Laura is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has worked in the counseling and human services field for the past 20 years. Laura received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Lake Erie College in 1998, and her Master’s degree in Community Counseling from John Carroll University in 2005. Laura uses a multi modal approach to therapy, including cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Narrative Therapy, Play Therapy, and Sand Therapy. Laura enjoys working with individuals of all ages, with a special interest in marriage and family therapy, women’s issues, relationship issues, depression, anxiety and grief.
James P. Callis
Certified Physician Assistant specializing in Psychiatry. Professional history includes involvement in numerous roles of care provision for people who have been challenged with mental health since 1988. Served as mental health technician (psychiatric hospital), mental health and substance abuse case management services, social work, skilled nursing in management, hospice provider, psychotherapy/counseling (individual and group, practitioner of psychiatry. Earned Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Master of Science in Psychological Counseling/Psychotherapy, and a Master of Physician Assistant. Treated most populations including adolescents, geriatric, adults, the seriously mentally ill, the developmentally disabled, intellectuals disabled, substance dependency and those with significant co-existing health concerns. Worked with all socio-economic backgrounds and with a diversity of cultural backgrounds. Served in inpatient hospitals, inpatient hospices, nursing facilities, assistant living facilities, penal institutions and Bureau of Prisons, adolescent shelter, private outpatient groups, community services boards, and in private homes. As part of private outpatient group, currently treating Anxiety, Depression, Panic Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Mood Disorders, Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Attention Deficit disorders and more. Currently treating ages 12 years old and up. Privileged to be part of an excellent, talented, and caring team at In Harmony Wellness in Chesapeake, VA.
Thomas Grady Bunch
Thomas “Grady” Bunch is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). He has been involved in mental health and human services for the past 11 years, working with a varied population base and a wide range of mental health issues, including trauma, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and addiction disorders. Work settings have also varied, including long-term residential settings, emergency room / hospital settings, and local community services boards. His therapy style includes CBT techniques in terms of challenging belief systems that clearly aren’t working, but he’s a humanist at heart, relying mostly on techniques from Narrative and Gestalt Therapies, leaning heavily towards an Existential approach to counseling. Grady firmly believes that the client, rather than himself, is the “expert” about their own lives and their potential for self-actualization, and he endeavors to help clients discover hidden potential that may have been hijacked by life’s trials and extended difficulties. Though an LPC by profession, Grady’s Master’s degree was in Addictions Counseling, with a certification in that field. His Bachelor’s degree was predominantly geared towards human relations in professional settings, Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis on Work and Professional Study. Though he has worked with children in emergency room settings, his preference lies with older adolescents and adults, i.e., those 18 y/o and above.
Rebecca Wolfe Keller LCSW
Rebecca Wolfe Keller
I am Rebecca Keller, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW. I have over 33 years of experience in the field of mental health. I grew up in Virginia Beach. My father retired from the Navy. So, I personally experienced the life of being in a military family. I continued living in the Hampton Roads area and earned my bachelor’s degree in psychology at Old Dominion University in 1985, and my master’s degree in clinical social work at Norfolk State University in 1992. My areas of clinical expertise include anxiety, depression, post-partum depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (domestic violence, childhood trauma, victim or witnessing a crime, military combat, and other traumatic events), anger & stress management, older adult issues, personality disorders, ADHD, grief and loss, and adjustment to life situations.
I had the opportunity to work as a therapist in Japan at Yokota Air Force Base. I have also had local experience working at military bases. Therefore, I have extensive experience living in, and working with, the mental health issues faced by our military service members and their families. My therapeutic style combines Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). My goal is to work with my clients to develop skills to make positive changes to enhance their quality of life.
Megan Zamora MS, PMHNP-BC
Megan is a board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who specializes in treatingclients across the lifespan. She treats complex mood and anxiety disorders, panic disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, grief and loss, life transitions, and more. Megan is committed to treating the whole person holistically and pharmacologically while being inclusive of all sexual, ethnic, or cultural orientations. She received her Bachelor of Science from Felician University in New Jersey and completed her Master of Science at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2019. She has been practicing as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner since 2019 and has ten years of experience treating clients in long-term and acute settings as a Registered Nurse. Megan is driven to meet people where they are and help them achieve their optimal mental health through psychopharmacological and psychological care, regardless of where a person may be on their journey.
Lynn R. Wagner MSN, PMHNP-BC
Lynn has a Master’s degree in Nursing Education from Walden University and she received her Master’s degree as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) from Maryville University in 2021. Lynn believes in a holistic approach when treating clients to include mind, body, and spirit. She has been working in psychiatric nursing since 1999 to include front-line nursing, assessment and referral, and teaching psychiatric nursing. She specializes in depression, anxiety, PTSD, panic disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, ADHD, grief and recovery, OCD, and personality disorders. She works with clients to improve their quality of life by listening, using supportive therapy, and using medication management.