Diamond IOP at Safe Harbor Christian Counseling
6408 Grovedale Drive, Suite 200
Alexandria, VA 22310,


About the Diamond IOP at Safe Harbor Christian Counseling

The Safe Harbor Christian Counseling IOP is a six-week program for people with addiction. Its four-day-a-week structure provides addiction education and counseling components while encouraging clients to apply the recovery skills to their daily lives as productive members of their community. This supportive IOP can serve in a continuum of care following a residential treatment program or as appropriate initial therapy based on criteria set by the American Society of Addiction Medicine.

The IOP runs evenings, from six to nine o’clock, and allows patients to continue working, maintain their current living situation, and improve their relationships, all while receiving services right in their community.

Diamond IOP at Safe Harbor Christian Counseling Counselor


Leeann GumulauskasLeeAnn Gumulauskas holds a Licensed Professional Counselor credential in Virginia, and a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Abuse Specialty credential in Wisconsin. She obtained her Master Degree in Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in Addictions Treatment from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. LeeAnn is a strengths-based, trauma-informed clinician and uses elements of Person-Centered Approach, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Relapse Prevention Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy as therapeutic approaches. She has over 10 years of experience working with diverse cultural, socioeconomic, and generational backgrounds in substance abuse and mental health treatment.

LeeAnn considers it a privilege to walk with people on their recovery journeys. She has watched clients experience hope and growth in ways they never imagined possible and enjoys empowering people of all ages to make positive changes in their lives. When client's struggle to hold hope for themselves, LeeAnn holds hope for them.

LeeAnn loves to travel, drink coffee, hear people's stories, and serve hurting people. In her free time she encourages a seminary student, cheers for a JV volleyball player, chases toddlers, is learning to train a naught Bullmastiff puppy, and connects with others in community and service.