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Family Counseling Therapists in Vermont (VT)

Gillian J Ireland, Counselor  in Saint Albans
“My motto is: "LIFE IS AN ADVENTURE". I have worked in the Mental Health field across many settings and with all age groups. As the years pass and my experience deepens, I find that my approach is leaning more and more towards Positive Psychology. While I am skilled and knowledgeable about how to help solve problems, work through issues and reduce symptoms, I also feel that it is my job to help people to access the strengths and assets that they already have or can develop to help them towards healing.
Family Counseling
(802) 327-0087
Saint Albans, Vermont 05478
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.
Family Counseling
(802) 870-3260
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Heather Parker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCMHC
“The development of a gentle curiosity of one's internal experience becomes the basis for trust, compassion and authentic expression. This contemplative relationship with the self can then begin to expand, with clarity and grace, the way in which we connect and relate to others. Therapeutic style tends toward interactive, while encouraging the client's inner consciousness to guide the process at a safe pace. Use of a Humanistic, Collaborative, Strength-Based model that views individuals as having an innate propensity toward growth and health.
Family Counseling
(802) 276-4191
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Sharon Goedkoop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wilder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, PLLC
“I have 25 years of experience working with children, individuals and families struggling with complex life situations including divorce, blended families, foster care, adoption, transition to adulthood, identity issues and chronic and terminal illness. I believe that life transitions and times of crisis can be excellent opportunities for reflection and positive change. My ideal clients are all ages from youth ages 10 and older to senior citizens. I enjoy working with adolescents, young adults and families,
Family Counseling
(802) 444-0718
Wilder, Vermont 05088
David F Levingston, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brattleboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I help individuals and couples who want to improve the quality of their relationships - to others and to themselves. I help people who want to communicate better, who want to listen to and understand their partner better, and who want to get more of a handle on their reactions. I also work with individuals who want to feel less stressed, who want to feel better about who they are, who want more clarity, and who know that a greater sense of fulfillment and peace is possible.
Family Counseling
(415) 717-0918
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
Susan Kinnersley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brattleboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer both traditional psychotherapy and EMDR to adults, adolescents, couples and families. We all know life can be challenging. Depression, anxiety, chronic pain and negative past experiences can all get in the way of being the person you want to be and having the relationships you want and deserve. For the past 21 years I have enjoyed helping people attain their goals in therapy and enjoy more satisfying lives.
Family Counseling
(802) 868-1305
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
Gaia Deering, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Bennington
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MA
“We all have the ability to change and grow. Each of us has unique strengths and capacities to face the challenges of our lives. I have over 20 years experience working with individuals, couples and families who are in distress and feel the need to make a change for themselves and in their relationships.
Family Counseling
(802) 659-4627
Bennington, Vermont 05201
Beth Hale,   in Burlington
“I offer individual, client-centered therapy and counseling with children, adolescents, and young adults. A client-centered approach begins with a treatment plan, unique to each client and includes a warm, safe space that welcomes exploration. Whether it is through play therapy, talk therapy, or directive behavioral techniques, I tailor my approach to the client's needs. Many younger children process their experience through play, which is why I focus on engaging young children in a play-based therapeutic model. As children progress in their development, many engage in talk therapy, providing an open and honest mode of communication for adolescents and young adults.
Family Counseling
(802) 281-4026 x420
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Dave Cohen, Counselor  in Brattleboro
“At this moment you might not believe it, but you possess a deep wisdom that understands who you are and what you need. But then there may be those stories, thoughts and responses that bring, among other things, depression, anxiety, or frustration, distancing you from the things you care about the most, including your own self. These patterns may have been influenced by family, friends,or any one of the unhealthful messages promoted in our society. Wherever or whenever they originated, together we can work to release you from the old stories holding you back from a satisfying personal path.
Family Counseling
(802) 858-4064
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
Eva M Shelby, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brattleboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I provide compassionate and skillful support for individuals and couples in a relaxed, supportive environment. I use a non-directive approach that honors your unique expression and creates a safe, caring relationship. I can help you see beyond your current limiting patterns, connect the dots, let go, move forward with your intention, uncover your strengths and wisdom, and release the stories hidden in your body memories. I have over 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist in both traditional and non-traditional settings.
Family Counseling
(802) 503-1843
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
Renee L Schulze, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have been working in the field of mental health since 1987. I moved to VT in 2002 from CT where I had worked for 14 years as a therapist in state facilities for the Department of Children and Families, the Department of Mental Health and the Department of Corrections. I have treated people with all forms of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, mood disorders, PTSD, ADHD ,eating disorders and employment issues. I believe that people can feel better emotionally and I work with them to be the best that they can be.
Family Counseling
(802) 789-8467
Newbury, Vermont 05051
Ezra Maurer, Psychologist  in Essex Junction
“My hope is that I can form a unique relationship with each person that comes to see me, and that work with each person will take on a special character that could only happen between the two of us as individuals. I hope to go into the depths of who you are: to focus on feelings and emotions; on past experiences and how they relate to current feelings and relational patterns; on how relational patterns may be being repeated within the therapy; and on the richness of your internal world (that emerges, for example, in dreams, daydreams, artwork, etc.).
Family Counseling
(802) 282-4581
Becky Coburn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC
“There are primarily three qualities that characterize my approach to therapy: interactive, systems focused and change oriented. From my perspective, therapy is about me and you (or you and your family) coming together to develop insight about what's not working right now in your life and developing new strategies or approaches that ease distress and suffering. Because we all live in communities and within family systems, exploring how we related to those systems and how they relate to us, supports us in better understanding and better navigating our lives.
Family Counseling
(802) 864-4400
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.
Family Counseling
(802) 275-4359
Morrisville, Vermont 05661
Justin Dragos  in Burlington
“My approach is primarily informed by first gaining perspective into the unique inner life of each individual. This occurs organically in the context of a relationship in which I seek to facilitate each client's innate capacity for growth. When appropriate, my goal is to work towards the alleviation of a client's symptoms through addressing root causes, thereby providing the capacity for long-term, sustained relief from symptoms, and/or sustained individual growth.
Family Counseling
(802) 736-0064
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Mark G Koch, Marriage & Family Therapist  in White River Junction
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MDiv, LMFT
“My services are available to anyone who is seeking. If you are not in a seeking place at this time, I am probably not the person you would want to be having conversation with. If you are seeking greater peace or deeper trust or understanding in your relationships, I think I may be helpful to you. I will walk with you in your seeking and you will discover or recover resources and perspectives that you did not realize were available to you.
Family Counseling
(802) 230-4184
Allison Graham, Counselor  in Burlington
Counselor, MA
“My approach to treatment focuses on the client's current life situation, bringing attention to the 'here-and-now.' Working from this therapeutic approach, I also help support clients in understanding the root of their behaviors, thought processes, and negative patterns, by taking a deeper look into the first formative years of one's life and the client's relationship to positive outlets, and spirituality. I believe counseling is a collaborative effort, where a trusting relationship between the counselor and the client is an essential piece, as well as an individual's self-honesty, courage, and commitment to look within.
Family Counseling
(802) 375-7805
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Michelle Spaulding, Psychologist  in Saint Albans
“I offer counseling services for adolescents, adults and families. As a therapist, my work is founded on trust, empathy and humor, with a strong belief that the therapeutic relationship itself plays an important role in the healing process. I want to get to know you as a person first and foremost, and believe that having a good understanding of who you are will help me better understand how I can help.
Family Counseling
(802) 275-5727
Saint Albans, Vermont 05478
Josie Tommasino  in Burlington
“I am passionate about supporting people in their ability to access positive personal change and live a fulfilling life. I welcome adults and children who arrive at my door with distinct stories and histories, looking to be freed of their own unique pain, worries, or fears. My style of therapy is dynamic and my practice is accepting, creative, and warm. With the understanding that individuals often feel alone in their struggles, my therapeutic room is a forum for difficult emotions and questions to be safely expressed and explored.
Family Counseling
(802) 727-4655 x497
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Jessica Willis, Psychologist  in Burlington
“Sometimes we need help when faced with painful, overwhelming emotions. Talking with a therapist can have a profound impact on healing, confidence, self-awareness, creativity, and resilience. Many brain imaging studies show that talk therapy is as effective as medication in reshaping the neural pathways that make up our thoughts and beliefs. It is often a shift in perspective that can transform a difficult situation. I believe in the power of mutual trust and respect and will work to provide the balance of directive guidance and empowerment as you to learn to rely on your own inner strength.
Family Counseling
(802) 278-4511
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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Family Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for family counseling in Vermont (VT) or for a Vermont (VT) family counselor these professionals provide family counseling services, marriage family counseling services and Christian family counseling services. They include child family counselors.

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

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Vermont (VT) you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Vermont (VT) and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Vermont (VT) or family therapy in Vermont (VT).