I’m the Clinical Coordinator at Norfolk.


Terese received her Bachelor’s Degree in psychology from Old Dominion University and her Master’s Degree in Education, Mental Health Counseling from Old Dominion University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC).

Terese has worked in Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Adult Day Treatment and determined that she has a passion for helping individuals with serious mental illness and substance use disorders. Terese has further experience in the mental health field as a Mental Health Support Services worker and with Supportive Residential Services completing assessments and counseling chronically homeless individuals.

Terese currently works as a Clinical Coordinator for the Norfolk HUF Center. She collaborates with mental health providers to identify and assess members for psychosocial rehabilitation services. Terese provides supervision to HUF Center case managers to support them with clinical documentation and therapeutic techniques.

Terese is passionate about working with adults with co-occurring disorders and empowering individuals to look within themselves for strengths that will assist them in reaching their full potential. Terese is creative in her interventions and looks to add fun and laughter to the recovery process. She enjoys the opportunities the HUF Center provides for individual and group counseling with members and supporting the case managers’ professional growth.