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We are highly experienced and passionate mental health providers working collaboratively to provide the highest level of care for our patients.

Carleen Dimeglio

Carleen DiMeglio

Carleen “Carly” is an Adult Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner authorized to practice autonomously in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Carly began practicing psychiatric nursing in 2001, and quickly developed a passion for helping individuals with psychiatric disorders.  While practicing in Virginia and later in Boston, Massachusetts, she pursued a graduate degree in psychiatric nursing, which she received in 2005.

By establishing RRP,  LLC Carly looks forward to bringing her experience and expertise to the greater Richmond community.  She enjoys working with diverse individuals, including all members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and approaches each patient uniquely. She believes a person knows their body and lived experience better than anyone else and thus the decision to be on psychotropic medication must be based on a strong partnership between the patient and a provider.  Evidence-based care, trauma-informed care, respect, and empathy are guiding principles of Carly’s practice model. 

Carly has been prescribing psychopharmacologic treatments to adult individuals (ages 18+) for more than 15 years and has worked in a variety of settings including primary care, community-based care and college health.  She has extensive experience treating anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar/mood disorders and ADHD.

Carly developed an expertise and particular fondness for working with young adults while employed at the University of Richmond’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for 10 years. She is currently the Psychiatric provider for the Department of Athletics at the University of Richmond. Carly also works with patients at GreenbrookTMS.

Through River Road Psychiatry, LLC, Carly looks forward to bringing high quality psychiatric services to individuals 18 years and older living in Richmond and across the Commonwealth of Virginia.   Please complete the Intake Questionnaire under the" Schedule An Appointment"  tab above if you are interested in initiating an appointment with Carly.

How Carly spends her free time...

Playing tennis 

Spending time with family 

Traveling to visit new places


  • Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, May 2012

  • Master of Science, Nursing, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, May 2005, Adult Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Program

  • Bachelor of Science, Nursing, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, May 2001


  • American Nurses Credentialing Center: Adult Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner 

  • Virginia Licensed Nurse Practitioner, Autonomous Practice Prescriptive Authority

Kristen Day 

Kristen Day

Kristen “Kris” is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board-Certified Clinical Supervisor in the Commonwealth of Virginia. 

Kris began providing clinical services in 2003, working primarily with children and their families and then transitioned to working with young adults. While practicing in South Carolina, Kris developed a strong interest and skill set providing trauma-informed care during her work with young adults which led to pursuing a doctoral degree at Virginia Tech. During her doctoral work, she interned at the Virginia Tech college counseling center and worked as a crisis clinician for the local Community Services Board.

These professional experiences led to Kris' current professional pursuits. Kris began working at the University of Richmond’s Counseling and Psychological Services (“CAPS”) in 2011 and currently serves as the Director at CAPS.  She serves as the liaison for the Center for Sexual Assault and Response, Student Health Center, UR police department and is a core member of the Threat Assessment Team. 

Kris has extensive experience treating anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar/mood disorders, PTSD and ADHD. She is a generalist with a background in trauma-informed and systems focused care and specializes in working with trauma survivors and those in crisis.  Kris infuses aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness into her work with clients. She believes clients are the authors of their own stories and strives to connect and promote the development of self-awareness and self-compassion. Through her work at Virginia Tech and the University of Richmond, Kris has developed an affinity for working with young adults and is excited to extend this expertise at RRP, LLC to adults ages 18 and above as she continues to maintain her clinical and leadership roles at CAPS.

Staying active with her children

Spending time with friends & family 

Recreational Running

How Kris spends her free time...


  • Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision, Virginia Tech, 2011

  • M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy, Appalachian State University, May 2005

  • B.S, Psychology, Virginia Tech, May 2003

  • B.A. Human Development, concentration in Human Services, Virginia Tech 2003


  • SMART Certified Group Facilitator, 2018

  • Board Approved Clinical Supervisor for Virginia, 2012

  • Licensed Professional Counselor, 2010

  • Certified Pre-Screener for Virginia, 2007

  • Certification in Substance Abuse Services, Appalachian State University, 2005

Lisa Castro

Lisa Castro

Lisa Castro is a licensed clinical social worker and a board-certified social work supervisor. Lisa has been in private practice since 2008 and has concurrently worked as a leader in mental health in several hospital systems in Virginia, Texas, and New York. In her last role as the Director of Behavioral Health Services for Bon Secours St. Mary’s and Richmond Community Hospitals, she had the opportunity to serve a diverse population to improve mental health services in Richmond.  
Along with a Masters in Social Work, Lisa has obtained a Masters in Business Administration in Healthcare and holds several certifications including:

  • Certified Yoga Instructor

  • Certified Stress Management Teacher

  • Level I Trauma Counselor

Lisa began her career working with clients with substance use disorders and then specialized in children and families.   Over the past 16 years she has had the opportunity to work with leaders in the field of mental health treating adults, adolescents, and children with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, trauma, and thought disorders. She specializes in working with anxiety, depression, and trauma. If clients are interested, as a certified yoga instructor, she can also incorporate yoga therapy interventions into therapy work. Lisa is currenting accepting clients ages 10+ for individual therapy.

How Lisa spends her free time...

Practicingmindful meditation

Spending time with friends & family 

Practicing yoga


  • Masters of Business Administration in Healthcare Management | Western Governors University, Salt Lake City, UT, 2014

  • Master in Social Work | Hunter College – CUNY, New York, NY, 2006

  • Bachelor of Science in Human Services & Community Organization │ Empire State College – SUNY, Seratoga Springs, NY, 2003


  • Licensed Clinical Social Work Supervisor

  • Certified Yoga Instructor

  • Level I Trauma Counselor

  • Certified Stress Management Teacher

  • Fluent in Spanish

Lian Currie

Lian Currie

Lian is a Licensed Professional Counseling Resident (LPC-R) at the Master's level in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She is currently in the application review process to become a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC).

Lian began her work in the college setting in 2017 as a student-affairs professional, where she developed a strong interest in young adult development and life-stage transitions. This interest led her to pursue a master's degree and licensure in professional counseling. In 2021, Lian started working at the University of Richmond's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) as an advanced graduate trainee. Eventually, she was hired as a part-time staff counselor and athletics psychology intern.

As a generalist, Lian works with clients who present a wide array of concerns. She has experience in treating anxiety disorders, depression, mood disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), trauma, sports performance issues, and relationship concerns.

In her therapy practice, Lian strives to establish deep connections with her clients and foster an environment of trust and empathy. Lian's warm and compassionate nature, combined with her understanding of behavioral and neurobiological issues, allows her to assist clients in overcoming challenges and achieving their therapeutic goals. She believes in a holistic approach, taking into account not only psychological aspects but also the neurobiological factors that contribute to each person's experiences. By exploring the intricate interplay between biology and behavior, Lian empowers her clients to make meaningful changes in their lives.

Lian incorporates evidence-based therapeutic modalities in her practice, including Mindfulness, Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and utilizes a feminist, systems-based lens to explore how social and cultural factors intersect with clients' experiences and empowers them to challenge identity-based disparities. Drawing from these approaches, Lian tailors her interventions to address the unique needs of each client, creating a safe and nonjudgmental space where clients feel empowered to explore their experiences and find their own solutions. She helps clients develop psychological flexibility, cultivate values-driven lives, build emotional regulation skills and enhance interpersonal effectiveness, and guides clients in identifying and modifying unhelpful thought patterns. By seamlessly integrating these therapeutic approaches, Lian provides a comprehensive and client-centered approach to support individuals on their journey towards personal growth and well-being.

How Lian spends her free time...

Taking on a new baking challenge

Spending time with friends & family 

Going on walks with her dog


  • M.Ed. in Counselor Education, Virginia Commonwealth University, May 2022

  • B.S. in Mass Communications, Virginia Commonwealth University, May 2014


  • Affirming Space Training, 2022

  • Licensed Professional Counseling Resident, 2022

  • International OCD Foundation, 2021

  • Mental Health First Aid, 2021

  • American Counseling Association, 2020

  • Recovery Ally and Naloxone Training, 2018

*Dr. Day, Lisa Castro, MSW, MBA, LCSW and Lian Currie, M.ED, LPC-R are Independent Contractors of River Road Psychiatry, LLC.

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