Richard Grosse is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He has been practicing in Richmond, Virginia since 1985. His undergraduate training was at Vanderbilt University and he received his Masters in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. Richard has extensive experience working with adults and adolescents in individual, couples and family therapy. He has experience working with a wide range of emotional and behavioral challenges including addictive behaviors (substance abuse, pornography, gambling), anxiety and depression, relationship difficulties and other adjustment issues. Richard works with both adults and teenagers who struggle with both active substance abuse problems and subsequent recovery issues. Richard co-facilitates adolescent treatment groups focusing on substance abuse, anger management and high-risk behavior. He is a member of the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) treatment team at Dominion Behavioral Healthcare. Richard has taught in the School of Social Work at Virginia Commonwealth University. He presents at professional conferences across the nation, ranging from the University of Virginia’s Adolescent Health Conference, the first Recovery Conference in Los Angeles, and he has presented twice at Penn State’s Symposium on Bruce Springsteen and American Culture. He teaches and trains folks in recovery at Northstar Community Church (www.northstarcommunity.com). Richard practices evidence-based treatment including cognitive behavioral, affective and interpersonal approaches in his work with adults, adolescents and families.
703 N. Courthouse Road, Ste 101
Richmond, VA 23236
5931 Harbour Park Drive
Midlothian, VA 23112