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Christian Therapists in Burlington

Sherry Kay Hunt, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LADC, Rev
“Most of my clients come to me after getting trouble with the law pertaining to issue with drug or alcohol issues or due to family issue with theirsubstance use/abuse. I treat individuals, families, or individual family need to work h. I also work with clients who have any number of personal issues. Most of my clients perfect individual session over groups. Many times clients transfer to me from outside groups to work with my in individuals counseling. I work with a sliding fee scale, late afternoon/ early evenings and sometimes Saturdays which allow my clients not to miss work time.
(802) 662-1209
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Michelle Patno  in Burlington
“Are you struggling with life a little too often? Trying hard to understand yourself and why you do the same thing, again and again? Just not feeling and behaving as well as you know that you can? Is your job suffering, important relationships suffering, especially your children? Are you thinking that something needs to change but you just don't know how to change it? Are you depressed, anxious, worried? The therapeutic relationship is a unique relationship that is able to help you react differently to situations so that you then are able to feel better and live better!!!
(802) 278-4106
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Milton J Marasch, Psychologist  in Burlington
“Providing doctoral level psychological services to adults and older adults since 1992. Conditions treated include anxiety, depression, anger management, grief/bereavement, life transition difficulties, relationship, and physical health problems. Psychological testing services (personality or cognitive/capacity testing) are offered as well. Providing services for all genders, faiths, and orientations. LICENSE: Psychologist-Doctorate (VT).
(802) 560-4845
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Burlington, Vermont 05401
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Genevieve Jacobs,   in Burlington
“I offer healing arts, psychotherapy and education for people who wish to live "the well examined life" and make the most of life's sojourns . I am a holistic counselor and adjunct professor of psychology, media and communications over the past 15 years. I earned my Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Norwich University in 1993, following studies in the Classics and a B.A in Transpersonal Psychology. I provide support, encouragement, and the benefit of my closest attention to those seeking to develop greater awareness, deeper insight, and fuller capacity to love life and all that it brings.
(802) 559-0202
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Otter Creek Associates, Treatment Facility  in Burlington
“Otter Creek Associates is a regional interdisciplinary practice with offices in Burlington, Middlebury, Essex Junction, Stowe, Norwich, Manchester, Bellows Falls and Brattleboro, Vermont. Our affiliated clinicians provide a full range of clinical assessment and treatment services for children, adults and families. We also provide consultation and interim coverage for area schools, outpatient programs, residential treatment facilities, hospitals and community-based agencies.
(802) 466-4081
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Kimberly Hubeck, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC
“I believe that everyone deserves to have someone who believes in and supports them through their times of struggle. I work hard to create an environment that is safe, supportive and non-judgmental. I have experience working with substance abuse/dependence, trauma, phobias, depression and anxiety. I incorporate different therapeutic approaches utilizing techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic Therapy, and EMDR. I am a Level II EMDR trained therapist working towards EMDR Certification.
(802) 766-0745
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Tasha C Lansbury, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“A dedicated psychotherapist with 24 years of professional practice, I bring a unique set of experiences and richness to my work with clients. My approach is influenced by psychoanalytic psychotherapy, mindfulness, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy- a discipline that integrates talk therapy with body-centered interventions. My style is open, responsive and non-judgmental. I will support and challenge you to get to the core of the issues and make positive changes in your life. Specialties include stress management, life transitions and adjustments, anxiety and relationship issues. I currently work with individual adults and late adolescents, couples and mindfulness based groups.
(802) 242-0263
Burlington, Vermont 05401
William Butler, Psychologist  in Burlington
“If you're reading this you're probably unhappy and hoping to make a change. I work with folks experiencing a range of problems, from mild dissatisfaction to overwhelming despair. In my experience the critical factor is fit. The best way to see if a therapist is right for you is to have an initial meeting or phone consultation and see how you feel.
(802) 277-3066
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Miv London, Psychologist  in Burlington
“My therapeutic style is based on the mutual creation of a trusting, caring relationship, which lays the groundwork for addressing my clients' particular needs. My 30+ years of experience have provided me with a rich array of knowledge, skill, and wisdom from multiple traditions and theoretical orientations. I work with a wide variety of teenage and adult populations and problems, including life-transition, identity development, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, stress management, relationship problems, divorce, grief and loss.
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Mark Rubin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Central to my work as a therapist is helping people make necessary, life affirming changes, both personally and in their relationships. Living comes with depressions, anxieties, unexpected betrayals, work crises, illnesses, self-defeating behaviors and personal shames. At some time or another, we've all felt how hard "getting by" can be, how alone and overwhelming. Of equal importance, however, is the healthy courage it takes to ask for help. Toward that end therapy offers people an opportunity to feel deeply known, a chance to move forward with greater self-awareness, confidence, and self-acceptance.
(802) 779-9795
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Barbara Boutsikaris, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LCMHC, BCPC
“I have counseled adolescents and adults for over 2 decades. I love my work. I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Board Certified Professional Counselor, consultant, workshop presenter and university instructor. Using a combination of Cognitive Behavioral and Family Systems Therapy, I will stay curious and interested in your work, communicate understanding, witness your feelings, challenge your stressful beliefs, and believe in your ability to think and act in new ways.
(802) 490-3890
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Ed Oechslie, Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, ATR-BC, ATCS, LCMHC
“People who have experienced traumas early in life develop coping skills that over time become habits - even addictions - and these habits may begin to cause as much disruption and suffering as those experiences they are masking. Using art therapy and the creative process, I work with adults whose protective habits have proved limiting and are not working anymore. You want to make changes in your life that will create purpose, direction, and joy, and when life's naturally occurring challenges come, we can work together to explore alternative ways of coping rather than those old habits which cause you pain.
(802) 461-4211
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Johanna Boyce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work to help people with emotional pain find relief and create more fulfilling lives, offering hope that difficulties can be eased and that change is possible. Day to day life is often difficult without the added tension of a crisis or the burden of depression or anxiety. In periods of stress, we all do the best we can with what we have, often using coping methods which may have worked for us at one point but that prove less useful as we change and grow. This is where a therapist's intervention can be valuable and often life transforming.
(802) 238-4937
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Adele Nicols, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LCMHC, LADC
“If you are faced with mental health and/or substance use challenges, your life can be especially difficult. If you or someone you love is hurting as a result of these challenges, relief and recovery is possible. Every individual deserves a life well lived. If given the chance (and a safe environment) healing can occur, resulting in emotional, psychological, and spiritual well being. My definition of recovery is: The journey of becoming the person you were born to be. Whether you need relief from depression and anxiety, or need to figure out a new direction for your life, I can help you.
(802) 239-4985
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Jane Garbose, Psychologist  in Burlington
“Therapy, while rewarding, can be painful, even frightening. Which is why it's important to provide a safe, accepting experience beginning with the first session. I try to balance the hard work of therapy with playfulness, humor, warmth and creativity.
(802) 281-4144
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Nina La Rosa  in Burlington
“The brain has an immense capacity to change and grow over a lifetime. Clinical research demonstrates even a few months of mindfulness practice can be effective in treating chronic stress, depression, anxiety, addictions, pain, illness, and can boost performance under pressure, enhance intimate relationships, and improve enjoyment of work. I use my teaching experience, professional counseling training, and knowledge of neuroscience to tailor you a set of practical skills you can use daily. I will help you use your strengths to harness the power of your brain and develop skills to uncover more peace, joy, and freedom in your life!
(802) 431-0903
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Barbara J Benton, Counselor  in Burlington
“I believe that we come to solutions that are right for us through our own growth process, at our own pace, within respectful and meaningful relationships. Yet in entering relationships we often leave parts of ourselves unseen in the belief that those parts may be unacceptable. For all ages, the counseling relationship can foster a sense that the quality of relationships does matter, and with new learned skills and ways of thinking about the issues, can ultimately lead to renewed feelings of self-worth, clarity, and purpose and to more balanced and fulfilling relationships with family, friends, and co-workers.
(802) 779-9793
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Marc D. Richter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC, CADC, MSW
“I'm interested in helping clients gain a better understanding of their relationship with themselves and to others within their lives. I believe human connection is essential for people as well as living with honesty and balance. Through compassionate humor and straightforward dialogue, I strive to help clients review the thought process involved in developing harmony between their behaviors, values and feelings and their identified inner needs, goals and sense of self. I'm especially interested in helping clients to establish a harmony of communication between the three parts of the mind: the Brain, the Heart and the Gut.
(866) 828-9074
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Holly Hauser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“We all lose our way from time to time. With compassion and understanding, we can move through stuck places of anxiety and depression and bring well being into our relationship with ourselves and others. I support you in the process of cultivating and living a full and meaningful life. On your initial visit, you can expect inquiry about what brings you to counseling as well as your hopes and aspirations. In other words, how would you know your counseling is working for you? You will be offered support as you engage in the process of growth, understanding, and change.
(802) 684-0412 x4
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Leah Wittenberg, Counselor  in Burlington
“"Life don't clickety-clack down the railroad comes together and it comes apart" ~Ferron. The decision to seek therapy often comes during times of transition when the usual strategies need replenishment and transformation. While these crossroads may elicit anxiety, depression, grief or longing, my approach will be to collaborate with your strengths and wisdom to evoke new experience and new meaning. My priority is to explore your story with you, listening for the nuances, the brilliance, the unique expression of you. I hope to spark your creativity in opening new perspectives, exploring new experience and telling new stories.
(802) 797-4767 x4
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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