Tiffanie A. Williams LCSW is the Founder and Director of Turning Point Counseling Services with offices in Alexandria and Chantilly, Virginia. Previously, Tiffanie worked for LDS Family Services for 14 years, and had established her own private practice in Alexandria, VA for 3 years. Tiffanie received her Masters in Social Work degree from Brigham Young University. As well as doing therapy, she is a clinical supervisor for other therapists working towards their LCSW credential.
Tiffanie works with individuals, couples, families and groups with a wide variety of therapeutic issues including, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, relationship issues, grief/loss, sex addiction, adjustment disorders, self esteem and self improvement. Tiffanie runs a monthly therapy/ support group for Spouses of Sex Addicts. She teaches marriage and family relationship classes and has facilitated therapy groups for survivors of sexual abuse, depression, grief, and life transitions. Tiffanie presents workshops on a variety of subjects throughout the community. She is a member of AMCAP and the National Association of Social Workers.
Alexandria & Chantilly Offices
Barbara Sensiba LCSW is a therapist at Turning Point Counseling Services. She is a licensed in Virginia, a certified School Social Worker, and received a Master's in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. She completed a Bachelor's in American Sign Language from the University of Utah. She has over 10 years experience working with children who have special needs and their families, and uses a family centered approach when working with children and adolescents to ensure that the needs of all members of the family are met.
Barbara is experienced with children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and groups with a variety of needs, such as: anxiety, depression, trauma, abuse, disabilities, complex relationships, and grief/loss. She has presented on a number of topics, such as: boundaries in healthy relationships, parenting children with special needs, and autism spectrum disorders. Barbara is a member of Phi Alpha Honor Society, AMCAP, and the National Association of Social Workers.
Kandy Howard provides administrative support for Turning Point Counseling Services. She has many years of clerical experience. She has worked with LDS Family Services - Virginia Agency since 1996. Prior to her work with LDS Family Services, she spent 10 years working for The Life Insurance Company of Virginia in various positions. Kandy enjoys working with and providing support for others.