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George M. Bright, M.D.

Medical Director

Recently designated an expert on ADHD by the American Medical Association, Dr. Bright was graduated from the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School. Following three years of practice in pediatric and adolescent medicine in the United States Air Force, Dr. Bright completed a Fellowship in Adolescent Medicine at Harvard University Medical School.

Shortly after arriving in Richmond, Virginia, Dr. Bright established the Adolescent Medicine Program at the Medical of Virginia (now the Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center). As an Associate Professor with VCU, Dr. Bright taught courses about licit and illicit drug use to local educators.

He started the first Adolescent Health Center in Richmond, VA in 1980. Today, his concept has developed into the Adolescent Health Center USA. In addition, he teaches physicians throughout the country about ADHD.

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Stan Tebbe, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

After receiving a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in psychology from Quincy College in Illinois, Mr. Tebbe continued his studies and earned a Master’s of Arts degree in Psychology from Illinois State University. He also completed additional graduate study in the area of substance abuse while providing counseling services at Virginia Commonwealth University.

As the Community Development Manager at Crossroads in Rockford, Illinois, he developed and implemented public relations programs to coordinate community resources. He has also conducted workshops on anger management, stress management, and assertiveness training for adolescents and adults.

At the Adolescent Health Center USA, Mr. Tebbe provides mental health/substance abuse counseling for individuals and families, as well as group counseling for adolescents and adults. In addition, he served as a mental health consultant to a correctional facility in Southwest Virginia.

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Margie L. Crow, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Social Work, Mrs. Crow has completed internships at Long Island Jewish Hospital, Hillside Division of Child/Adolescent Care, and St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Washington, D.C. As Clinical Director of Crossroads Community Services Board, she developed and implemented programs and mental health services to assist children, adolescents, and adults.

At the Adolescent Health Center USA, Mrs. Crow provides therapy for individuals and families. Her specialties include counseling related to ADHD, depression, anxiety, and other adjustment issues. Mrs. Crow also specializes in women’s issues and marital counseling.