We understand the paramount importance of nurturing your mental well-being, and we are committed to providing you with a collection of invaluable resources to support your journey. Our resources are designed to empower you with the knowledge and tools necessary to prioritize your mental health. We believe that fostering a strong sense of emotional wellness is essential for leading a fulfilling and balanced life.

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Autism & BIPOC

Autism & LGBTQIA+


While Autism Speaks often comes up high in searches about autism, we’ve heard from many members of the autism community – those with autism, and family members – that they recommend AGAINST Autism Speaks as a resource. You can read some reasons why here and here.

Polyvagal Theory

At All of You Counseling, our highest priority is supporting the mental well-being of our clients and our community. That support work happens inside sessions and outside. This is the reason All of You Counseling is committed to supporting BIPOC communities, the LGBTQIA+ community, and those with neurodivergencies.

We specialize in supporting children, adolescents, and young adults. That means we also do a lot of work with parents and other caregivers. We recognize that wondering about challenges you have with your mental health, or worrying about the mental health of someone you care about, can be scary and leave you feeling alone.

It doesn’t matter whether you are considering counseling for the first time, exploring resources for yourself or someone you care about, sitting on a waitlist and looking for tools you can try now, or already participating in therapy and looking to deepen your experience or growth. We have compiled recommended resources that we hope you will find helpful. Please check this site periodically, as we will work to add new resources as we discover them.


The information and links provided on this website do not and are not intended to constitute medical advice; instead, all information, content, links, or materials available on this suite are for general information purposes only. Information or links on this site may not be the most up-to-date. This website contains links to third-party websites. All of You Counseling may receive a commission from a retailer if you use a link and make a purchase within a certain time. All of You Counseling does not endorse the content of third-party sites. Readers of this website should contact their licensed therapist to obtain treatment with respect to any mental health related matter, and no reader, user, or browser of this site should act or refrain from acting without receiving proper treatment from your medical and/or mental health provider. Use of this site, including reading, browsing, or following the links included herein, shall not create doctor-patient or therapist-patient relationship.

Emergency Resources

Local Numbers To Call:

Prince William County, VA Area, you can call 24/7: 

  • CR2 (Community Regional Crisis Response)
    844-627-4747 or 571-364-7390
  • Department of Community Services:
    • In Manassas: 703-792-7800 (TTY: 711)
    • In Woodbridge: 703-792-4900 (TTY: 711)


Walk-in Emergency Services:

You can go (or take your loved one) to your nearest emergency room, 24/7.  Prince William County Community Services offers same-day walk-in assessments during their business hours.

National Emergency Resources: