By far the best psychiatric and counseling services I have had in over a decade! They really are about healing and accompanying you on your journey. They never push meds, never rush you.
— Kandace

Margaret Cook, PMHNP-BC

Margaret Cook, PMHNP-BC, is a graduate of VCU. She has worked in healthcare for over half a decade. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, she studied French and psychology in California before moving to Virginia. At VCU, she studied nursing and earned a Master's of Science in nursing with a concentration in psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner. Prior to joining Good Neighbor, she worked at the Virginia Treatment Center for Children at the Children's Hospital of Richmond.

Her areas of focus include depression, anxiety, PTSD, schizophrenia spectrum disorders, bipolar disorder, and substance use disorders.

She is also fluent in French, and even lived in France for a period. When she's not at work, Margaret loves to spend time with her family, take walks, and read good books.


Michael Sullivan, PMHNP

Michael Sullivan, PMHNP, is a graduate of VCU. He has been in the field of mental health for more than ten years, spending the majority of this time as an RN at The Virginia Treatment Center for Children. He works primarily with adults and is a firm believer in the power of individuals to heal, regardless of circumstances. Prior to working in healthcare, Michael also played around in banking, construction, journalism, sales, children's theater, and was a stay-at-home father. He combined two of those into a successful children's writing career and has been published in books of poetry and in Highlights Magazine, which awarded him as an "outstanding contributor to children's literature."

Any spare time he has is spent in pursuit of large mouth bass. He looks forward to meeting and working with you.


Cyreeta Price, LCSW

Cyreeta Price is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been working in the mental health field for 12 years. She has dedicated several years working with adults, at risk youth, and youth that present with a variety of mental, emotional, and behavioral difficulties to include depression, anxiety, attention difficulties, conduct disorders, and trauma. She has provided counseling to individuals, groups, couples, and families. Through the use of various treatment modalities she works with clients to develop healthy strategies to cope with their experiences. Cyreeta is dedicated and passionate about working with individuals to assist in them in living healthy and fulfilling lives.

When not working, Cyreeta enjoys spending time with her two children, reading, listening to music, and spending time with family and friends.


Lloyd Chaser, LCSW

I have been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) for 26 years now. I find it remarkable to be able to say that I have worked in the mental health and substance abuse field for over 40 years. I started out with an Associate’s Degree in Community Services working as a Mental Health Worker in several different psychiatric hospitals in the Washington, D.C. area as well as Richmond while I worked on completing my Master’s degree in Social Work. Since joining the Good Neighbor team in May 2014, I have enjoyed a “return to my roots” as an outpatient therapist. While the first third of my career was with children, adolescents, and families, I find that my niche has changed to working more with the older adolescent and adult populations. I typically work with men and women struggling with depression, anxiety and other mood disorders, loss and grief, trauma and PTSD and I have worked with the veteran population. I also continue to do quite a bit of work with men and women who struggle with substance abuse.  

When not working, I enjoy a variety of activities and hobbies that I have been involved with for many years. This is a very important part of my life as it helps me maintain balance. I also have a core group of friends with whom I spend my time and I enjoy volunteering at a local food bank where I drive a truck to distribute food.

When not working, I enjoy not working.  


Adria Gardner, LPC

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 10 years of experience in individual counseling and case management. I have mainly worked with adolescents and adults. I also have several years experience working with special populations such as adults dually diagnosed with mental health and mild intellectual disability and transgender people. Areas of treatment are depression, anxiety, stress management/relaxation training, enhancing assertive communication, and improving self-esteem. 

During my free time I enjoy spending time with family, learning how to use a sewing machine, knitting/crocheting, going to the movie theater, and binge-watching shows on Netflix.


Jenny Marek, LCSW

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and I have been working in the mental health field for about 12 years. I received my master’s degree in social work from VCU. I worked full time while attending graduate school. Although I have worked with children and adolescents in the past, my focus is primarily on working with adults. I work with a wide variety of presenting issues, which include: trauma, grief and loss, substance abuse, mental illness, life transition challenges, and a variety of other mental health issues and life stressors. I specifically attempt to help individuals recognize their strengths, and recognize the inherent abilities that they have to manage the overwhelming life stressors being presented. I am always grateful and honored when individuals allow me to be a part of their journey, and I am always struck by the resiliency and beauty within the human spirit. I use a variety of treatment modalities to help individuals meet their goals.

When I am not working, I enjoy reading, writing, and spending quiet/relaxing time outside. I also love creating flower arrangements, and most recently I have been attempting to plant my own flower garden-pots. As with life, some of the seeds and plants are sprouting, and doing really well, and some are not, but the beauty is within the creation, and it’s all a process. 


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