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Therapists in Lamoille County

“I have been in the counseling field for over 20 years. I work with people of all ages ,individuals, couples and families, and am a trained play/expressive arts therapist as well as a traditional talk therapist. I have extensive expereince working with trauma issues, anger and mood disorders as well as LGBT issues. I believe that people have the answers to their own questions inside of them and work to assit clients in discovering their solutions in a respectful partership.
(802) 788-4819
Johnson, Vermont 05656
Kate Donnally, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Morrisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My approach is highly strengths-based and relational; driven by the belief that a strong, engaging, trusting therapeutic relationship is essential in supporting people to move towards their personal goals. Whether goals are met quickly or over a longer span of time, treatment is focused and goal-oriented. Particular attention is given to naming and enhancing each individual's inherent skills and self-care abilities. I work to build each person's confidence that they have the strengths necessary to reach whatever state they choose for their self.
(802) 275-4359
Morrisville, Vermont 05661
Ed Loewenton  in Stowe
“Psychotherapy can help you achieve stronger, closer relationships, bring about improvements in your child's behavior, gain control over emotions, reduce or eliminate unwanted and distressing behaviors, restore lost motivation, or just recover the joy of life. It may also improve physical health by reducing chronic stress, anxiety, depression, and their consequences. Dealing promptly with psychological problems may prevent long-lasting emotional and behavioral disorders that can be harder to treat, particularly in children. I assist couples, families, children, and adults by identifying and controlling the stresses, past or present, that result in problems of behavior, emotion, & thought.
(802) 870-3260
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCMHC, LADC
“Life presents challenges. Psychotherapy can help you conquer those trials by giving you the tools necessary to find success and fulfillment. I offer counseling to children, adolescents and adults in individual, couples, family, and group formats. By working collaboratively, we establish objectives and develop ways of reaching your goals. I will help you recognize options and resources you may not have noticed. It is my pleasure to provide you with the means to enhance your world, helping you achieve a life of meaning, success, and enjoyment.
(802) 532-4080
Morrisville, Vermont 05661
“I work with Young Children (age 4+), Adolescents, Adults, and Parents. I provide therapeutic interventions addressing issues including: anxiety, depression, ADHD, acting out behaviors, divorce/separation, grief, attachment issues, frustration tolerance issues, Trauma/PTSD, Parenting/Family conflict, relationship problems, school phobia, developmental problems, and adolescent issues. I offer play therapy for children, and psychodynamically informed talk therapy for teens and adults. I believe that parents are a crucial part of any therapy with a child and ask that parents are actively involved in the process.
(802) 888-6111
Hyde Park, Vermont 05655
Karin L Shearer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Stowe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I received my masters degree in social work from New York University in 1987. I practice psychotherapy with a combined perspective of psychodynamic, insight-oriented and cognitive/behavioral techniques to work with adults, adolescents, couples, and families. I see psychotherapy as a means to explore the connections between past and present relationships, experiences, and emotional states, for the purpose of creating life changes. I focus upon the relationship between therapist and client as the catalyst for this self-awareness and growth, creating the foundation for addressing depression, anxiety, trauma, relationships, life transitions, attachment issues, and parenting concerns.
(802) 662-1741
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Sharon Elayne Volansky-Gerard, Psychologist  in Stowe
“I am a Licensed Psychologist Master with over thirty years experience in working with adult survivors of childhood abuse and neglect. Depression, anxiety, or just a sense of life feeling less than what it could be, may be signs of childhood abuse or neglect. I help people navigate the sometimes choppy waters from their past in order to be fully living in the present. I am trained by Pia Melody in Post Induction Therapy for addressing the effects of codependence: low self esteem, impaired boundaries, knowing who you are , and difficulties with self care. Trauma creates addictions creates relational problems.
(802) 277-3672
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Rick Barnett, Psychologist  in Stowe
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PsyD, MA, MS, LADC
“My therapy style is interactive and direct. I've seen many people make significant changes in their lives aided by psychotherapy. I'm an expert in addictive disorders (including sex and food addiction) and problems such as depression, anxiety, and relationship difficulties. I convey optimism with direct feedback for people who are struggling. This may enhance a sense of meaning, awareness, and hope. Now offering secure Online Therapy using Securevideo.com and Paypal.
(802) 222-0105
Stowe, Vermont 05672
TransCultural Awareness Institute,   in Johnson
“I only do telephone counseling because I live in a remote part of Vermont. The technique I use is called Brief Counseling, or the Solution Focused approach. I employ the principles of positive psychology to help you meet personal goals using cognitive therapy. Relationship, self-esteem and work issues are addressed with compassion and pragmatism. I deliberately refrain from making interpretations and rarely confront my clients. I focus on identifying the client's goals, generating a detailed description of what life will be like when the goal is accomplished and the problem is either gone or coped with satisfactorily.
(802) 557-0020
Johnson, Vermont 05656
“My psychodynamic counseling approach places value on understanding why people feel, act, and think in unique ways. Gaining insight into how each person's life history has shaped him or her is integral to psychological healing and growth. I work with clients to create a therapeutic relationship that supports understanding life and relationship patterns, identifying connections between significant events, and developing personal insight. Common issues that improve with treatment include relationship problems between intimate partners, family members, parent/child, etc.; unhealthy or distressing life patterns; depression; anxiety; history of trauma or abuse; and issues related to chronic illness/pain.
(802) 779-0812
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Kary Bennett, Counselor  in Stowe
“My work's passion lies in my belief that the body and mind are deeply connected; therefore, the emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of each individual need to be balanced for growth and healing to occur. I integrate my psychotherapeutic and nutritional expertise to help cultivate balance in each client I work with.
(802) 339-4616
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Joanne M. Lertora, Psychologist  in Stowe
“Many find themselves at a point where outside support is necessary to navigate life's challenges. Clients seek therapy for a variety of reasons. Some may come to therapy to deal with a specific struggle, such as depression or anxiety, while others initiate therapy during a difficult life transition. Even positive transitions, such as entering a new relationship or starting a new job, can be stressful. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process in which we address these challenges in a safe environment by processing events from the past, exploring current patterns of thinking and behavior, and creating plans for change in the future.
(802) 386-2726
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Susan Elizabeth Wooldridge, Counselor  in Stowe
“"My approach is sensitive and honest". I often feel privileged to be a counselor and I appreciate the difficulty most of us have asking for help even when we need it the most. I believe that we develop problem behaviors often times because we lack balance in some area of our lives. Most of us have what we need inside of us to transcend our experiences, however, a good therapist can assist us in getting where we want to be more quickly and safely. My formal background is in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy but I use a variety of clinical methods in my work.
(802) 760-7946
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Kathryn A Pedersen, Counselor  in Johnson
“My approach to helping clients with life challenges and/or psychological problems is interactive, practical, and teaches useful, relevant skills. My treatment approach utilizes Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, mindfulness meditation, and when appropriate hypnosis.
(802) 727-4200
Johnson, Vermont 05656
Lawrence Lee Gardner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Stowe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW
“I have been working in a clinical capacity to include individual,group and family therapy, providing assessments and crisis intervention since my early 20's. I have served in administrative/supervisory capacity as well as in clinical roles. My approach is eclectic and I have been influenced by Existential,Experiential and Humanistic theorists. I find the concept of fostering growth and change exciting and rewarding. I am as energized by the process today as when I began 30 years ago.
(802) 760-7946
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Creative Clinical Associates Inc., Treatment Facility  in Stowe
“Creative Clinical Associates Inc. is a small family owned counseling center that works hard to provide a clinically superior experience for clients while using traditional as well as creative approaches to treatment. Lee has expanded his work with couples and often teams up with his wife, Susan to intervene in challenging situations. They have worked together successfully for 10 years and they work with clients flexibly and ethically without the lack of communication that is often associated with multiple providers. Lee also specializes in substance abuse problems, chronic pain management, couples therapy and adolescent acting out. He also enjoys working with men's issues; discussing their unique role in our world. His approach to clinical work is experiential and if possible he will include a cilents' interests into his/her therapy. Susan approaches her work from a Cognitive Behavioral point of view and she specializes in working with eating disorders and relationship difficulties.
(802) 760-7946
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Associates in Couples Counseling, Psychologist  in Stowe
“We are a husband-and-wife team focused on couples counseling. Our down-to-earth style usually helps couples quickly feel comfortable. Our approach is simple, direct and interactive. Our theoretical approach and style tends to be accessible, direct, and practical. We focus on the present day changes our clients' want in their relationships ;" and we orient our discussions towards these desired changes. We give plenty of feedback, suggestions, and ideas for homework.
(802) 518-0962
Office is near:
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Michael Checkoff, Psychologist  in Stowe
“As a mature professional, with many years of practice and supervising others in diverse settings, I deeply understand the myriad types of dilemmas that can strike us as we continue to carry on our lives. Because emotional difficulties that befall us are not as visible as physical ones does not mean they are any less painful. I'm aware that we often need help in overcoming or at least in having them not interfere with our functioning and ability to find contentment in our lives.
(802) 221-4812
Office is near:
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Aisha Cameron, Counselor  in Stowe
“I work with Adults & Children to break through current limitations & assist them in meeting their personal goals. I operate from a belief that we are self-actualizing & unfolding in a positive direction. I will be a non-directive, non-judgmental listener and/or more directive, depending on individual styles, goals & needs. My work is Integrative & includes Effective Communication Skills for Individuals, Couples & families through Talk, Expressive, Transpersonal, Play Therapy, Sand Tray/Sand World, Narrative & Storytelling therapies, Guided Imagery, Re-patterning, Mindfulness, Journeying, Dreams, & Cognitive/Behavioral approaches to address Grief, Loss, Trauma, Stress Management & Personal Growth through all the Life Stages,
(802) 735-0683
Office is near:
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Kathleen Landry, Counselor  in Morrisville
“I enjoy working with issues that arise in relationships such as conflict and communication problems, parenting issues, and difficulty managing stress and transitions. I do a lot of work with families and couples, as well as individuals. I teach communication skills as well as co-parenting and general parenting skills, and I have done a lot of work transitioning families to post-divorce stability. I am also a former elementary and adult ed teacher and have a good grasp on educational issues with learners of all ages.
(802) 546-0004 x1
Office is near:
Morrisville, Vermont 05661

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Lamoille County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
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