Old Towne Counseling Services is dedicated to providing mental health counseling services to children, teens, individuals, families and couples. As a practice we approach therapy from a holistic and solution focused perspective and additionally the vast experience of our therapists allows them to provide the particular strategies and interventions that will meet your needs and expectations.
Jeri Lewis, LPC – Director/Therapist
Olivia Reinchenbacker, RN, MSN, PMHNP-BC - Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
While my principal role is to manage psychiatric medications, I believe in holistic care and address all aspects of my clients’ health. I work hard to provide my patients with high quality care, which involves not only staying up to date on new research and treatments, but also providing an environment where you feel comfortable, respected, and accepted.
I enjoy caring for children and adults (ages 6 and up) who have a variety of diagnoses including, but certainly not limited to, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and PTSD. I am particularly passionate about working with women throughout the lifespan, and have focused much of my additional learning on issues specific to women’s mental healthcare, including special training on perinatal mental health. I am an active member of Postpartum Support International and provide care for women with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, including perinatal and postpartum depression, anxiety, OCD, bipolar disorder, and psychosis.Olivia Reinchenbacker, RN, MSN, PMHNP-B
Mary Butler, LCSW – Therapist
Mary is a clinical social worker licensed in the State of Virginia. She graduated from Norfolk State University with her MSW in 1980 and had post-graduate work at the Family Therapy Practice Center in Washington, DC. She comes to Old Towne Counseling Services with 30 years experience working in various settings including United Way, Children’s Hospital and private practice. She has extensive experience in working on issues including chronic illnesses, childhood cancer, military life and consequences of childhood abuse and neglect.
Mary works with individuals, families and older adults using a strength-based approach. She helps the client discover those aspects of him- or herself that can help to overcome the difficult moments of life. Challenges in life relating to grief, loss, depression, and relationship difficulties are of particular interest to her. She works with the client to improve conditions at work, in the home and in the wider community.
Susann Schwarz, LPC – Therapist
Nidhi Tewari, LCSW - Therapist
Jeremy Jones, LMFT
Jeremy is a skilled licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over eight years of experience of providing treatment for children, adolescents, and families. Jeremy has worked in an array of practice settings since receiving his Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Mercy College, including school based, private practice and Community Service Board (CSB)
Patricia Wilkinson, LCSW, SAP – Therapist
I graduated from The Ohio State University with a Masters Degree in Social Work in 1976. My professional life has included experience in the not-for-profit world and now with over 20 years in clinical experience. My areas of interest include working with individuals, couples and families facing substance abuse, trauma, mood disorders, work difficulties, chronic disease and life transition issues. Of personal interest to me is the positive ways in which animals can assist in the healing process.
I am a long term resident of Virginia and my home is always shared with several dogs and cats. Outdoor activities and traveling with my family are an essential part of my life. I volunteer weekly with Dream Catchers at the Cori Sikich Therapeutic Riding Center in Toano, Virginia where I am continually amazed at the resilience of people overcoming challenges and the healing energy of animals.
Diana Boutté, RN,MSN, PMHNP-BC - Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Diana Boutté MSN, RN, PMHNP-BC is a board-certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Diana comes to Old Towne Counseling with over 10 years of healthcare experience. She began her career in health care by working as a Certified Nursing Assistant with geriatric patients in a long-term care facility. Diana has worked as a Registered Nurse in various roles in the inpatient and outpatient settings. In addition to her extensive clinical experience, Diana has an outstanding academic background that includes two Bachelor’s Degrees (a BS in Psychology and a BS in Nursing from Old Dominion University) and two Master’s Degrees (a MS in Nursing Leadership & Administration from Old Dominion University and a MS from the Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program at Virginia Commonwealth University).
Diana’s primary clinical focus is caring for clients age 6 and up with mental health disorders including but not limited to anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivit
Diana’s goals are to provide patient-centered care and restore and increase patient stability and well-being. She believes it is important to build trust and develop a therapeutic alliance with patients, and does this by working collaboratively with them. Diana is determined to provide support and be attentive to each patient’s needs. Utilizing a holistic and biopsychosocial approach when developing treatment plans, Diana focuses on treating patients from a clinical, emotional, mental, spiritual, social, cultural and genetic perspective. For interested patients of all ages, Diana offers genetic testing that identifies psychiatric medications that are most compatible with the client’s body. For more information on this genetic testing, please contact her directly, or visit genesight.com/patients/
In her free time, Diana enjoys spending time outdoors with her children and Husband, watching football, cooking and crafting. Diana is committed to providing patients with compassionate, personalized, high-quality care.
Mrs. Boutté provides individualized care to each patient and currently is not accepting insurance. Her services are reimbursable as Health Saving Expenditures (HSA).
Margaret (Peggy) Blaylock, LCSW, CSAC – Therapist
We all need a safe environment and someone to talk to who will really listen. My goal is to provide that for you. I approach therapy from a nonjudgmental and person-centered perspective. My desire is to guide and support you in identifying what needs to change, discovering your potential to change and assist you in developing healthy coping skills. The therapies I use include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused, Strengths Based and Trauma Informed. I look forward to beginning this journey with you.
Sheri Phuong, LCSW – Therapist
Sara Babb, MSW, Resident in Counseling
Sara Babb is an MSW and Supervisee in Social Work, who is a certified Eagala (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) practitioner and trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). She has experience working with clients of all ages in outpatient, community based, and residential settings. Sara utilizes her EMDR training, art interventions, sand tray play, and mindfulness in her client centered interventions.
Patty Thomas, LCSW
Dr. Edward Bieda - Clinical Psychologist
Innate health is in each and every one of us. When we are in touch with our innate health, we live in a beautiful feeling. Living in this beautiful feeling can inform and guide us in making healthy choices that affect our lives, our loved ones, and the world in which we live. We live life from the inside out. Dr. Edward Bieda helps people reconnect to their innate health so that they can return to living life in a beautiful feeling. As people we can reconnect to our innate health at any moment. With over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health, Dr. Bieda has worked with children, adolescents, and adults. His specialties are in clinical, forensic, and correctional psychology. He practices and specializes in the Three Principles. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 1996, his Master’s degree of Science in Counseling Psychology in 1999 from Chaminade University of Honolulu, and his Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical Psychology in 2004 from Argosy University of Honolulu. Prior to working with Old Towne Counseling, Dr. Bieda has provided psychological services to the clients at Williamsville Wellness, Hawaii Mental Health Court, Hawaii Drug Court, Hawaii Veterans Court, Hawaii Counseling and Education Center, Manakai O Malama Integrative Health Clinic, Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility, California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison Corcoran as well as to private clients. Dr. Bieda has also provided clinical and forensic psychological services to the State of Hawaii Central Oahu Community Mental Health Center. He also created and held the first Court Based Clinician position in the State of Hawaii’s Adult Mental Health Division. Dr. Bieda has helped many clients with dual diagnosis (individuals diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental health disorder and substance abuse disorder). Dr. Bieda has a wealth of experience working with diverse populations, personality disorders, and addition populations.
Michelle Sams, LCSW - Therapist
Dr. Priscilla Wright , Psy D., LPC, NCC – Therapist
My name is Priscilla Wright and I have worked in the Human Services Field for 10 years. I am a licensed professional counselor. I began by working as a Special Education Teacher in Richmond,VA. I wanted to make a difference in the lives of children and their families by providing services that were person centered and emphasized the individual rather than the diagnosis. Given this I obtained my Masters in Counseling from Virginia State University. Since that time I have worked with adults and children in a wide range of settings. I am passionate about helping children and adults reach their maximum potential through a strengths based approach. It will be my pleasure to work with you in increasing your quality of life.
William (Bill) Butler, LCSW – Therapist
Mr. Butler graduated from the US Naval Academy and became a Navy helicopter pilot. After his honorable discharge, he served as Administrator of a substance abuse program in Virginia Beach for four years. He received his Master of Social Work from Norfolk State University in 1979 and was licensed as a Clinical Social Worker in 1983. He has had a career in social work since then that includes both clinical and managerial responsibilities. He worked as Executive Director of Catholic Family Services in Portsmouth, Virginia, and then as Chief of Services of the Navy Family Service Centers of Hampton Roads. He was in private clinical practice for 12 years. He was Clinical Manager of the behavioral health subcontract within TRICARE, Vice President of Provider Relations for Value Options, a national behavioral healthcare firm, and managed the children’s mental health clinic for the City of Virginia Beach CSB for ten years. After he retired, he went back into part time clinical practice in Virginia Beach. He and his wife moved to Mechanicsville in 2013 to be near their children and grandchildren.
Mr. Butler works with couples, individual adults and older adolescents. Presenting problems can include depression, anxiety, life transition and military lifestyle issues, and many others. The focus is on the solution to the problem, which means goal-setting and re-orienting one’s life direction. The problem can then be left behind as one becomes enthusiastic about change.
Lauren Roseman, LCSW – Therapist
Mary Beth Baker, LCSW, Certified Autism Specialist – Therapist
Todd Stonnell, LPC, ATR - Therapist
My name is Todd Charles Stonnell- I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Registered Art Therapist. I graduated from George Washington University in 2013 with a Master of Arts in Art Therapy. During my studies I gained experience in a variety of settings, including: a day treatment program for individuals living with HIV/AIDS, a residential program for adolescents struggling with various emotional and behavioral problems, as well as a treatment program for children in Chennai, India, who were diagnosed with cancer. I have also worked with individuals seeking help for LGBTQIA issues, trauma, depression, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety, among many other concerns. Most recently I have worked with adult clients who are seeking treatment for addiction, which ranges from alcohol and drugs, to gambling addiction at a residential program.
It is through art making and conversation that I aid individuals in seeking, creating and nurturing a clearer version of their world and personal identity. I strive to imbue a sense of playfulness and healthy risk-taking in my interactions with each client, encouraging moments of letting go and permission to discover a more unique side of themselves. Most importantly I stress the importance of connection, both with oneself, as well as with others. To me therapy is a collaborative journey, both therapist and client working together to discover what resources and connections that can promote a healthier and more fulfilling life.
I often use the quote from Mulanwith my clients that: “The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of all.” It is my hope that, like a flower blooming from concrete, these individuals can find the power to push through whatever obstacle they are currently facing or have battled in their journeys leading to this point.
Dabney Belcastro, LCSW, SEP - Therapist
Allyce McCutcheon, Front Office Coordinator
Tammy DeLeo, Assistant to Psychiatric Staff and Front Desk Coordinator
Deanna, Office Manager/Billing Specialist
Jamie Farmer, Graduate Intern
Careers with Old Towne Counseling Services
OTC is always interested in meeting caring and skilled clinicians who are interested in joining an established private practice. If you are interested and think that OTC may be the right fit for you, please contact us to discuss the possibilities.
Current Job Openings
Psychiatrist: Full or part time
PMHNP: full or part time
Mail, email, or fax letter of interest and resume to:
Old Towne Counseling Services
Attn: Jeri Lewis
7489 Right Flank Rd. #330
Mechanicsville, VA 23116 FAX: 804-789 8881 firstname.lastname@example.org