A Dependable Team of Psychiatric Doctors
At Three Rivers Treatment Center we believe in creating a relaxed but knowledgeable environment in order to allow our patients the opportunity to work toward healthy breakthroughs with our doctors and staff. Our staff stays up-to-date with contemporary developments in diagnosis and treatment in order to ensure that they are always treating our patients in the most effective method possible.
Contact a member of our consultative staff directly in order to discuss your specific mental health needs and schedule your next appointment today.
Dr. Devi Vasu, M.D.
Devi Vasu, MD is a Partner of Virginia South Psychiatric and Family Services, P.C. and is Board Certified in Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychiatry.
Dr. Vasu completed her Residency in Adult Psychiatry at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and went on to complete her Fellowship in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.
She has been practicing Child & Adolescent Psychiatry in the Richmond & Petersburg Area since 2009 doing inpatient, residential and outpatient settings.
Dr. M. Imtiaz Mubbashar
Doctor of Medicine - Wah Medical College, Pakistan
Adult Psychiatric Residency -Duke University Hospital
Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Fellowship – Johns Hopkins Hospital
Licensed in Virginia to practice Medicine
Board Certified in Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Anthony Vadella, MBA, FACHE
Anthony Vadella, MBA, FACHE, is the President and Founder of Eagle Healthcare Advisors, a healthcare consulting organization focused on the behavioral healthcare space and physician practice management. He is also the Practice CEO of VA South Psychiatric & Family Services, one of the largest psychiatric group practices in the Commonwealth of VA. Mr. Vadella also serves as a Co-founder and Managing Member of Anesthesia Connections, a non-hospital & office based MD only anesthesia practice achieving the triple aim in healthcare which he founded in January 2010. He is also the Chairman & CEO of Three Rivers Treatment Center; an innovative behavioral health treatment facility for teens in Virginia. Mr Vadella was also a co-founder of Ebit Creative ; a Creative Technology Company delivering innovative mobile products and solutions directly to consumers.
Previously, he was the Senior Vice President of Horizon Health Corporation, where he was responsible for developing the hospital services group which he grew to a $300 million operation. Prior to that, Mr.Vadella was the Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of PSH Acquisition Corporation (PSHAC), which operated psychiatric hospitals, residential treatment centers and group home services throughout Virginia. He has also led a leveraged buyout of a Hospital from HCA in 1997 and has been involved in various M&A projects in the psychiatric & behavioral health space. Mr. Vadella has also previously served as the Chief Financial Officer for HCA at multiple med-surgical and psychiatric hospitals. He is boardcertified in healthcare management and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Charles Hodges, LCSW, CSOTP
Master Degree in Divinity & Clinical Social Work
Virginia Commonwealth University
Licensed in Virginia as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider
Board Certified in Clinical Social Work & Sex Offender Treatment
Specializes in working with children, adolescents and adults that have experienced Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, Drug or Alcohol Abuse, Grief & Loss, Sexual Acting Out, Anger Control, School Behavior Problems, Asperger’s and Autism Disorders, Couples / Marital Counseling, Family Therapy
and Court Ordered Therapy
Charles has an extensive background in developing, consulting, and overseeing adolescent treatment programs in a number of settings to include residential programs, juvenile corrections, and group homes. He has extensive experience working with families and their adolescents in charting a new path forward.
Charles has extensive experience as a guest speaker at Universities, Virginia State Conferences, and at International Workshops on topics related to supporting adolescents and their families finding the good in each person and learning new habits that support improved safety, communication, gratitude for each other, and charting a new path forward toward a brighter future.
Charles regularly supervises other professionals for Virginia Board required certifications and clinical licensure. He has experience being on FAPT Teams and works with many different types of community-based support services for adolescents and families to promote post discharge success.
Charles operates out of a belief system that all people are unique, are destine for greatness, everyone can learn new ways of thinking/feeling/acting, and people are not broke – we all need reliable and healthy support, guidance, and encouragement to be the best we were meant to become.
Karima is a dedicated professional with a passion for making a positive impact on the healthcare industry. She embarked on her academic journey at Longwood University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2011. Since then, she has been on a path towards furthering expanding her expertise. Karima's experience is rooted in public health with an extensive background in counseling, case management, training, probation and parole, and intensive-in home care. Karima has also held positions on FAPT and CPMT. Karima also holds a seat on the advisory committee for the University of Richmond Distinguished Women in Leadership program.
Currently, Karima is pursuing her Masters in Healthcare Administration at George Mason University, where she is honing her skills and knowledge to play a pivotal role in the dynamic and evolving field of healthcare management. She has a deep understanding of the complexities surrounding mental health and addiction treatment given her 13-year career in implementing behavior management and interventions to address mental health and substance abuse needs for the people she serves. Karima has been a positive influence in the lives of countless young individuals, helping them navigate the challenges of adolescence and guiding them toward brighter futures.
Outside of her career, Karima values her time spent with family and friends
DAVID P. FEREDAY, CPHRM
David joined the Three Rivers family in October 2018 after retiring from 17 years of service with the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services at Hiram W. Davis Medical Center. Mr. Fereday is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management by the AHA and a member in good standing of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM.) David has over 37 years’ experience in healthcare as a nurse and in safety and security management, patient transportation, risk management, staff development, emergency coordination, and quality assurance and performance improvement.
Irene was employed at Southside Regional Medical Center, Petersburg, VA as a human resources administrator for 17 years before joining Three Rivers Treatment Center. Irene is very familiar with recruitment, employee relations and benefits aspect of Human Resources. She is particularly experienced in the areas of developing company culture and advice to operational managers.
Irene also serves on the board of Southside Virginia Emergency crew for the last 15 years.
Irene earned her certification as a Professional in Human Resources from Human Resources Certification Institute in 2003. She also holds a certificate from the Society of Human Resources since 2017.
Irene lives in Dinwiddie with her husband and 1 dog. When Irene is not working ,she loves to spend time with her grandchildren.
Director of Utilization Management, Medical Records & Case Management
Rogina joined the Three Rivers team in November of 2017. Rogina is a dedicated Qualified Mental Health Professional with over 20 years of experience in the human services field to hold positions as Director of Utilization Management, Director of Residential Services, Unit Coordinator and Case Manager. She has a Master’s Degree in Psychology (University of Phoenix) and Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology (North Carolina A&T State University).
Hannah is a dedicated educator with two Bachelors of Arts in both Visual Fine Art(1994) and Art Education(1996) from VCU and two Masters of Science in Mathematics Specialist(2016) for grades K-8 as well as Educational Leadership and Administration(2021) from Longwood University. Hannah has over 20 years of experience teaching in the classroom as a teacher, instructional coach, school leader, and staff professional developer.
Hannah is certified as a SIM/CLC Professional Developer/ Learning Coach through the University of Kansas and has served on the leadership team for the Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics. She has also served as a regional ambassador for the CIP Curriculum Consortium and as a member of the Region 8 Math Specialists cohort.
Hannah has been a FIRST Robotics mentor and coach for 12 years, working with both veteran teams and new robotics teams to encourage STEM in schools. Hannah is dedicated to enhancing student engagement and improving learning outcomes, increasing literacy and cross-curricular instruction, and employing high leverage practices to produce high quality learning opportunities for students.
Dahlia is a recent graduate of Southside Virginia Community College's registered nurse program. She
graduated from SVCC with high honors. Dahlia is currently involved in pursuing her bachelor's degree in nursing to further advance her career and knowledge in the nursing field. Before becoming a registered Nurse, Dahlia has 6 years of certified nursing assistant experience. Outside of work, dahlia enjoys hiking, camping, and traveling the world. She spends the abundance of her time with her being with her family. Dahlia peaked an interest for mental health while completing her nursing degree. She is most excited to see how her work can impact others' lives for the better.
Wendi B. True
Amanda joined 3RTC in September of 2021 as our Resident and Family Advocate and has recently become certified as a Parent Instructor. Amanda is a graduate of South Side Community College and has an Associate Degree in Applied Science and Human Services. Amanda comes to us with 8 years of experience in the mental health field and a desire to help those in need. Amanda is passionate about providing a safe environment for our youth to thrive in and will often say that there is no greater reward than watching a youth work the program and successfully discharge.
Sherod G. Robinson is a Program Supervisor at Three Rivers Treatment Center. Sherod has worked in the residential treatment facility setting since 2014, starting off as a Skills Coach/ Behavior Support Staff. He has been with Three Rivers Treatment Center since the opening of the agency and has primarily worked in the capacity of Lead Skills Coach. Sherod enjoys teaching new staff and leans on his expertise in staff/ resident safety and verbal de-escalation techniques.
Sherod enjoys fishing and cooking in his free time.
Whitney Cornelius is a Licensed (NCBRTL) and Certified (NCTRC) Recreational Therapist. Whitney relocated from North Carolina to join the Three Rivers team in October of 2020. Prior to Three Rivers, Whitney worked at Cherry Hospital, a state psychiatric facility, where she worked with pediatrics, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients. Whitney attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for both her undergraduate and graduate studies. In 2016, Whitney received her Master of Science degree in Recreation and Parks Management with a concentration in Therapeutic Recreation. Whitney completed her internship experience at Strategic Behavioral Health Center in Raleigh NC. Whitney is currently working to obtain her Specialized Area Designation for Behavioral Health through the National Council of Therapeutic Recreation Certification Board. Whitney is passionate about working with and serving young people both professionally and on a personal level. Whitney has volunteered as a mentor for underserved youth through programs like the Queen’s Foundation.
Whitney loves music and makes a point to attend as many concerts as she can each year. In her free time, Whitney enjoys spending time with her family and friends, with her 10 nieces and nephews being at the top of that list.
Samantha McClain, MSW
Sammi is actively working towards her hours for LCSW certification. She achieved a bachelor's degree in human services with a concentration in Child and Family Services in 2016. In 2021, she earned a Master of Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University, and it's worth noting that she also spent a year at Norfolk State University while previously residing in Norfolk. During her bachelor's program, she interned with Child Protective Services (CPS) and Foster Care. While interning during her Master
Program, she provided outpatient to adults and adolescents. She also assisted with restructuring and facilitated a Psychosocial Therapy Group for Dual Diagnosed Adults. Sammi also has a background in
Intensive In-Home services prior to transitioning into the position full time post-graduation with the added services of Parent Coaching and Crisis Stabilization.
She has always held a strong passion for working with children. She emphasizes the importance of advocacy and education, particularly in advocating for clients and educating their families about available resources to support long-lasting growth and success.
Amy Parsons, MA
Amy Parsons is a Licensed Professional Counselor – Resident (LPC-R) in Virginia. Amy has a Master of Arts
in Professional Counseling and a Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling: Marriage and Family.
Both degrees were obtained from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. Prior to becoming an LPC-R, Amy had worked in the mental health field for ten years as a qualified mental health professional (QMHP). She has experience providing mental health services to youth, youth and their family, and adults. Areas of therapeutic experience include cognitive behavioral therapy, substance abuse, behavioral health, and crisis response and intervention. Amy practices from a humanistic approach, looking at the whole person, and the uniqueness of each individual. In her free time,
Amy enjoys spending time in nature and with her family.
Myra Gilbert, MSW
Myra Gilbert graduated from Concord University in 2017 with a Master's in Social Work. She joined the Three Rivers family in 2021 as a License-Eligible Clinician. Myra is currently working on completing coursework to obtain her Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. Myra’s expanding her knowledge on all
things related to the non-profit sector.
Myra’s hobbies include learning about new and interesting foods.
Bonnie McCormick, MSW
Bonnie McCormick is a licensed eligible clinician who is dedicated to the service of children and adolescents with a focus in working with individuals who have been sexually victimized. Bonnie received her Master's in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA in 2018. Bonnie has an eclectic therapeutic style and focuses on the Evidenced Based Practices as her approach. Bonnie has training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Trauma Informed Care, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Bonnie enjoys photography and playing with dogs in her free time.
Jennifer Hartmann, LE
Jennifer Hartmann is a LE clinician at Three Rivers Treatment Center. Jennifer graduated from Liberty University in 2016 with a Master’s of Art in Professional Counseling. Jennifer enjoys the following hobbies: exercising, swimming, hiking and shopping. Jennifer has an interest in gaining more knowledge
in trauma informed care, EMDR, and substance abuse treatment modalities.
Rebecca Johnson, MA
Rebecca Johnson is a LE Clinician for Three Rivers Treatment Center. Rebecca holds a Bachelors in Criminal Justice, Minor in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Rebecca currently receives supervision towards her LPC. She has 7 years working in the mental health field and is passionate about advocating and assisting youth and their families with improving their family dynamics and well-being. Rebecca has experience working with individuals with intellectual problems, intensive-inhome services and mental health skill building.
Rebecca enjoys helping others, outreach, working in the community, and in her spare time enjoys playing
tennis, exercising and being with friends and family.