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Family Counseling Therapists in Vermont (VT)

Carolyn Crotty, Art Therapist  in Burlington
“My approach to counseling is strengths based and person-centered in which the client is the expert in his own life. I use narrative counseling techniques, art making, and motivational enhancement to help clients gain awareness and understanding of patterns in their lives and help them in developing and practicing skills to live a well life. I have over 10 years of experience working with children and adolescents but I am also proficient in working therapeutically with adults, elders and families as a whole.
Family Counseling
(781) 618-4062
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Melissa Marcellino, Counselor  in Waitsfield
“Clients who see me for therapy can expect to find warmth, humor, and genuineness in an often difficult process. I enjoy working with clients presenting with a variety of life situations and stressors. I find joy in helping clients to identify their own solutions, build on existing strengths, and develop insight, skills, and self-awareness to manage or eliminate these stressors. It is important to me that my clients feel empowered to make positive changes for themselves to enhance their quality of life and overall wellbeing.
Family Counseling
(802) 232-4689
Waitsfield, Vermont 05673
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
Charlotte R McGray, Psychologist  in Middlebury
“Seek me out when you are having problems with depression, anxiety, pain, stress, self- esteem, anger, health, or in your relationship. Marital problems such as loss, betrayal, trust, anger or alienation are common problems that couples or individuals bring to me. I have a warm, clear, reflective, interpersonal style. I tailor my approach to the needs of the client. This means we may look at your need for dealing with negative thoughts, how to manage your pain, relaxation training, or look at your developmental experiences to design corrective experiences. Clearly decision- making, communication skills, managing emotion could be addressed.
Family Counseling
(802) 388-0929
Middlebury, Vermont 05753
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 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
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.
Family Counseling
(802) 760-7946
Stowe, Vermont 05672
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
Tisha M. Shull, Counselor  in Burlington
“My approach to therapy is holistic, systemic and is grounded in humanistic, existential and client-centered theory. This perspective incorporates multiple disciplines, including Somatic (Yoga-based) and Internal Family Systems based-therapy, in the understanding of your own emotions and behavior. Systemic theory recognizes the value of our relationships with others and acknowledges that we lead interconnected lives. Working with ease and trust, this type of therapy can offer the possibility of understanding with compassion, your thought patterns, behaviors emotions and personal relationships, so that you may begin to have new awareness and find opportunities to make positive changes.
Family Counseling
(802) 277-3422
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Marc A Cecil, Psychologist  in Rutland
“I provide psychotherapy and coaching for individuals, couples, and families. Some of the issues I focus on include: anxiety and depression; trauma and loss; relationship and family conflict; health, stress, and work issues; self-esteem; life transitions; and child behavior and parenting issues.
Family Counseling
(802) 221-0286
Rutland, Vermont 05701
Gavin Flanagan, Counselor  in Middlebury
“For over 20 years I have been fortunate to counsel individuals, couples and families as they strive to improve the quality of their lives. Clients and colleagues describe my style as caring, insightful, humorous, open and direct. The people I help often come to counseling feeling "stuck," weighed down by heavy moods or anxiety, and isolated. They yearn to experience greater joy and ease in their daily life, to recover from past hurts, to feel a deeper sense of meaning in their lives, and to have less conflict with loved ones. Some are looking to be free of addictive behaviors.
Family Counseling
(802) 318-4658
Middlebury, Vermont 05753
Kristine E Reynolds, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“You can never have too many people in your life who are there to support you. Is this answer I give when someone is feeling nervous about therapy. Therapy should be what you want it to be, and should be helpful rather than stressful. My therapeutic style is molded by each individual I work with, rather than strictly adhering to a therapeutic modality. I am a social worker at heart, which means I often work to help people see what is going right rather than only focusing on what is view as going wrong.
Family Counseling
(802) 459-4360 x942
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.
Family Counseling
(802) 684-0412 x4
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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
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
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.
Family Counseling
(802) 662-1209
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Gary D Frankel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waterbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Through fifteen years of experience I have come to realize the importance of true, meaningful client based relationships in order to help individuals find answers to difficult life challenges. Using an eclectic style firmly based in Motivational Enhancement and Cognitive Behavioral therapies, I strive to help my clients find meaning in their lives from within. Life is hard. Challenges never cease. Finding solid solutions that work, for personal issues is key to navigating the ups and downs we all face every day.
Family Counseling
(802) 441-4016
Waterbury, Vermont 05671
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
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.
Family Counseling
(866) 828-9074
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Robert J. Narucki, Psychologist  in Fairfax
“I offer therapy services for children, adolescents, adults, and families. Developing a dialogue between therapist and client we work together in the relationship to understand, and expand one's understanding of one's personal and life narrative. Meeting the individual at their level is important in the development of a trusting working alliance. My belief in the therapeutic relationship itself plays a pivotal role in the healing process, where my work is founded on trust, empathy, and humor. I offer my commitment to the human journey and look forward to working collaboratively with my clients to renewed understanding, growth, and healing.
Family Counseling
(802) 849-2777 x3
Fairfax, Vermont 05454
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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).