Dr. Chantz Bury
Amanda Deverich, LMFT

Dr. Chantz Bury


Family Nurse Practitioner

He is here to help

Best Self-Help Advice

My self-help recommendation is to ask for help when you need it and be open-minded about it when you do. Someone else’s perspective could change your outlook on a situation to improve it.

#1 Self-Care Habit

My number one self-care habit is taking time for myself at least 30 minutes a day doing something that I want to do. It helps me stay balanced.

“Once you start making the effort to ‘wake yourself up’—that is, be more mindful in your activities—you suddenly start appreciating life a lot more.” –Robert Biswas-Diener

Dr. Chantz Bury, DNP, FNP-C, greets and welcomes you to his practice here at Williamsburg Counseling. Dr. Bury combines professionalism, experience, and a keen desire to tailor your treatment to you so you can feel better faster.  His approach is conservative and supportive, tirelessly striving to find the right combination of interventions that work for your psychology and physiology.  It is his pleasure to help you along your journey and he is thrilled to be here for you.

Dr. Bury is a Family Nurse Practitioner currently pursuing his Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate via Chamberlain University. He has a built an extensive Psychiatric Nursing background since 2009.  Dr. Bury consistently pursues continuing education. He completed his DNP from Regis College last August. He graduated from South University with his MSN-FNP in 2019 and from Western Governor’s University in 2018 with his MSN-Ed. Dr. Bury is an Excelsior Graduate from ASN-RN and BSN.

Dr. Bury served in the military from 2012-17 primarily as a watercraft engineer.

Dr. Bury is a family man. He and his wife of 9 years have four great kids: 23, 17, 6 and 2.  He enjoys travel and sampling the local foods to get to know the culture better.  Currently his life revolves around the children and their school and sports activities.  In a previous season of life, Dr. Bury’s energies revolved around soccer where he played for the Maryland state soccer team and had 2 professional soccer try-outs.  Ask him about any of his great interests- family, soccer, or your mental health.