Lancie Mazza, LCSW (Therapist & Director Of Virginia Office)

Lancie Mazza, LCSW (she / her / hers) has been working as a counselor for 25+ years. She received her Masters in Social Work at University of Pennsylvania, and has gone on to receive certification as a Compassionate Bereavement Care Provider. After building a thriving private practice, she has become the director of The Center for Growth’s Mechanicsville and Richmond, Virginia offices. She works remotely in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Lancie is an empathic therapist that works with her clients to achieve self attunement and self awareness. She strives to build an authentic connection with those who are suffering while also providing the safety needed to take risks and grow. Lancie specializes in grief and traumatic grief counseling, PTSD, anxiety, depression, self esteem, body dysmorphia, borderline, narcissistic personality disorders and working with those whose loved ones are suffering from addiction. Lancie uses a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Client Centered treatment, and a psychodynamic approach to help clients make effective change in their lives. She is certified in MBSR, a Mindfulness based approach to help clients manage stress and anxiety. In addition to individual therapy, Lancie provides couples’ therapy. She is trained in Imago therapy, and works to teach couples how to speak directly with each other in an effective and compassionate way.

During Lancie’s years of private practice she has been a strong advocate for parents and children in the homeschool community. She has helped them navigate the systems of education including working with Neurodiversity, ( learning differences such as dyslexia, sensory processing, ADD, Autistic Spectrum Disorders) and IEPs in the public school setting.

NPI: Available Upon Request


  • Virginia: 0904004664
  • New Jersey: 44SC04571200
  • Pennsylvania: CW021763

Lancie Mazza, LCSW (Therapist & Director Of Virginia Office)’s Latest TIPs:

The Anxious Brain: Anxiety Therapy
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The Anxious Brain: Anxiety Therapy: When one thinks about having anxiety there is often a stigma attached to the word. And the idea that you might need anxiety therapy …