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Family Counseling Therapists in Vermont (VT)

Stephanie L Churchill, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Johnsbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MAMFT
“Everyone in a relationship experiences bumps in the road from time to time. I enjoy working with couples and families to help them smooth out those bumps and to improve the communication and intimacy in their relationship(s). I provide a relaxed atmosphere and lots of humor to help people reconnect with the people who are important in their lives. I am focused on strengths and will focus on what is going WELL in your life!
Family Counseling
(802) 731-1893
Kimberley Hartell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in White River Junction
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My name is Kim Hartell, and I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with 20 years of experience. I see couples, families and individuals of all ages. I have extensive experience working with mood disorders (depression, anxiety, etc), trauma, abuse issues, suicidal and self harm behaviors, ADHD and oppositional behaviors, school issues, grief and loss, and have a particular interest in Autism Spectrum Disorders. I have worked as an Intensive Family Based Therapist (IFBS), Therapeutic Case Manager, outpatient therapist, and as a school based therapist, so I have a well rounded knowledge of all the systems that are involved with families.
Family Counseling
(802) 459-4204
“I have expertise in working with affective disorders, stress management, family and marital issues. I am happy to work with individuals who would like to discuss existential or religious issues, and I work with people from all religious and spiritual backgrounds. I integrate psychodynamic psychotherapy with existential and cognitive/behavioral methods.
Family Counseling
(802) 365-1534
Bethel, Vermont 05032
Lawrence Lee Gardner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berlin
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.
Family Counseling
(802) 760-7946
Berlin, Vermont 05602
Sydney Crystal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brattleboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I bring an experienced and practical approach to working with adolescents and adults to address issues that include anxiety, depression, and trauma. Drawing from my extensive training in Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, and EMDR, I work collaboratively with clients to engage in an individualized process of healing and transformation that is both comfortable and effective. My intention with all clients is to promote the development of precise skills and practices that support a reduction of symptoms, the positive transformation of emotional and behavioral patterns, and an increased sense of confidence and well-being in daily life.
Family Counseling
(802) 230-4882 x1
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
Rosalie Schneider  in South Burlington
“I believe anyone can obtain the help they need, whether it be for depression, dealing with trauma/PTSD, loss and grief, parenting, couple and family struggles, career and life changes, divorce, or the difficult challenges of everyday life. I focus on the client's strengths to increased awareness of untapped potential and positive capabilities, which we all possess.
Family Counseling
(802) 461-4236
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.
Family Counseling
(802) 281-4144
Burlington, Vermont 05401
“Barbara Handelman is a LICSW located in Norwich, Vermont. Please visit our website: www.RelationshipSpecialist.com or call us for more information. Thank you.
Family Counseling
(802) 952-0980
Norwich, Vermont 05055
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.
Family Counseling
(802) 779-9793
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Gillian Boudreau, Psychologist  in South Burlington
“Gillian Boudreau is a licensed clinical psychologist at the doctorate level and holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY. She is also a licensed school psychologist. Gillian has practiced in a variety of settings, from counseling centers to research hospitals to schools to psychiatric inpatient facilities. These experiences have provided her with a strong theoretical understanding of many challenges an individual may face, as well as a deep appreciation for and fascination with the richness of the human experience.
Family Counseling
(802) 328-5545 x209
Nancy B Birge, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Springfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Most of my work has been in the world of Post Adoption, with a focus on attachment and developmental trauma. I have extensive experience working with parents of complex children, who have a trauma history or for other reasons may have confusing and frustrating behaviors. I also work with other kinds of families; step, blended, kinship, and foster. I work largely with the parents(s) and child together. I see my role as a guide/coach and provider of knowledge, helping caregivers find effective parenting strategies, and creating family well being. I nurture, guide and support parents through these challenges.
Family Counseling
(802) 733-0395
Springfield, Vermont 05156
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
Sharon Goedkoop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wilder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“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 7 and older to senior citizens. I enjoy working with adolescents, young adults and families,
Family Counseling
(802) 444-0718
Wilder, Vermont 05088
Doug Bugbee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC
“As a clinical social worker with over 20 years of experience, I use a biopsychosocial approach with a perspective that draws on the mind-body connection and the importance of the individual's story. I provide Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with a focus on solutions and possibilities for change. What is this biopsychosocial approach that clinical social workers often use?
Family Counseling
(802) 316-4736
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Barbara M Van Drimmelen, Psychologist  in Burlington
“As a licensed Clinical Psychologist, I have worked with families, individuals and couples for over 20 years. I encourage individuals to identify their goals for seeking therapy, to understand their coping strategies and distinguish those which are effective and those that donít serve them well. I also encourage clients to explore the role of emotions in their lives and how those feelings influence their decision making. Ultimately in my role as therapist, I seek to be an ally in helping individuals, couples and families move toward a more balanced and satisfying life.
Family Counseling
(802) 851-5557
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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
Bonnie Haldeman Pomerantz  in Berlin
“Are you longing for greater joy? Happier relationships? Is your marriage or parenting feeling more challenging than you can sometimes bear? Are you needing support or are you ready for a change? I would like to be of help. While I specialize in couples and family work, I also work individually. I am excited to facilitate greater harmony, peace and happiness in all your relationships, relating to self as well as relating to others. Underneath our depression, sadness, anxiety, anger, heartache and hurt is a wellspring of love. I would like to help you connect with your well within.
Family Counseling
(802) 431-0628
Berlin, Vermont 05602
Mark E Williams, Counselor  in South Burlington
“I like to start by building trust with my clients, and find out what goals you want to set for yourself. I believe in creating a safe, encouraging atmosphere with no authoritarian or shaming attitudes. I like to use humor in my counseling, especially when working with couples, families or teens. I like to use role-plays as a way to practice new relationship skills.
Family Counseling
(802) 277-3644
Julianne Holland, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LADC
“I like to think of my style as ecclectic and individualized to the client's needs. I draw from 17 years of experience using various techniques including a mind/body approach called Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and EMDR (eye movement desensitization reprocessing) for emotional issues, trauma and addictions . I use both talk therapy and mindfulness to help the client work through traumatic memories and emotional blocks stored in the deeper layers of the psyche in a gentle way. Some issues treated include anxiety/depression, anger, self-esteem, grief, spirituality and relationships. The focus of treatment is on self-empowerment through self-discovery.
Family Counseling
(802) 458-0097
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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
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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).