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Therapists in Burlington

Sara Marie Clements, Psychologist  in Burlington
“My therapeutic approach can be captured in my professional motto, "Let's walk together." Therapy is an interactive journey where my clients and I seek to better understand barriers that are preventing them from living fully in the moment. For many, this process takes time. It is a walk, not a run and like every journey, there are highs and lows. Sometimes we may slip and fall but that's O.K.; we get back up and keep going. This process is designed to instill feelings of inner strength and understanding while learning skills to better cope with life's challenges.
(802) 739-0676
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Carla Osgood, Psychologist  in Burlington
“I focus on helping my clients understand themselves, their life challenges, and life itself. This happens as we work closely together exploring your internal and external environments, seeing what might be done to maximize your healing and facilitate your development. These two interwoven processes, healing and development, are at the core of my work as a constructive developmentalist.
(802) 859-1207
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Stannard Baker, Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LLC, LCMHC, RPT-S
“I believe that metaphor is the carrier of deep truths about the self, and the door to meaning and growth. As a therapist, I listen for metaphor in verbal and non-verbal interactions with clients. I was trained in Expressive Therapy and also use a developmental approach. I base all of my work with children, teens, families, and adults in a firm grounding in normal development, taking into account developmental stages as I look at issues and problems presented. Helping clients identify and clarify their own belief or value systems is an important skill.
(802) 662-1291
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Sonny Provetto, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am committed to the working with individuals, children, and families around issues of trauma, anxiety and depression, and normal life challenges. I specialize in childhood trauma and individuals who work in emergency services such as police, fire and emergency medical technicians. I practice with a strengths perspective and assist clients in identifying and developing solutions that meet their needs.
(802) 277-3424
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Patricia E Seelan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CCH
“If you feel anxious, worried, depressed, unhappy, or just out-of-sorts with the world, you could probably feel better - maybe sooner than you think. Using various sorts of approaches, including clinical hypnosis, you have the freedom with me to think and feel in a comfortable, confidential, judgement- free place - and to learn about yourself. With over 30 years as a psychotherapist, I realize that change is not always as easy as we would like - and it is easier to make changes with help.
(802) 459-1571
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Carolyn M Dundon,   in Burlington
“As a clinical psychologist I specialize in treating difficulties with anxiety, depression, mood regulation, and trauma in adults and adolescents. I also treat couples/relationship issues, sexual concerns, and eating disorders. My theoretical orientation emphasizes mindfulness-based and cognitive therapies and integrates principles from contemporary psychodynamic and existential therapies. In my work I am continually inspired by the human potential for psychological flexibility, behavioral and emotional change, and greater self-understanding. My research at UVM in women's sexuality has informed my work/comfort with sexual concerns, while my studies in Buddhist philosophy have strengthened my implementation of mindfulness-based therapies.
(802) 536-4522
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Daniel S. Petrocelli, M.A. Counseling Services, Counselor  in Burlington
“Please visit my website at: www.dpetrocelli.org to learn about my experience and the services I provide.
(802) 468-7420
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Caroline O'Connor  in Burlington
“I work with individuals and couples who are interested in deepening their understanding of themselves, their relationships, and their patterns. I offer guidance and support with relational issues, anxiety, depression, personal transitions, suppressed creativity & vitality, and body image & eating issues. While working together, we may focus on feelings, thought processes, and physical sensations, in order to support positive relationships, emotional health, and increased awareness & empowerment.
(802) 373-4422
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Edward R. Langlois, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I specialize in marriage/couples counseling as well as mental health services to older adults. I am an approved facilitator for the research-based Prepare/Enrich program for couples preparing for commitment, as well as those who want to enrich their relationship. I have over twenty years experience as a clinical social worker, including work with seniors and their families in outpatient psychotherapy and geriatric in-patient and partial hospital discharge planning. I provide initial screening for dementia, as well as evidence-based treatment of depression, anxiety, marital/relationship struggles, grief, and family issues relating to the stress of care-giving.
(802) 277-3130 x919
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
Kate Longmaid, Psychologist  in Burlington
“As a doctoral-level psychologist, certified creativity coach, and artist, I bring a unique blend of skills and over 20 years experience to helping individuals create more vibrant and fulfilling lives. By developing awareness and getting to know ourselves deeply, we are freed up to live the life we choose rather than being held hostage to depression, anxiety, fear, and old patterns that no longer serve us. Working from an integrative, collaborative orientation, I support clients in translating insight into action to make positive changes in their lives and relationships.
(802) 222-0020
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Meg Beliveau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Life can present many unexpected challenges, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Often, these challenges impact our relationships and our daily functioning. As your therapist, I will provide you with the opportunity to reflect upon your life in a safe, respectful, and confidential environment. My area of expertise is somatic psychology which focuses on the interplay between physical health (body) and mental health (mind). We will identify how your life experiences are encoded in your body-mind and influence your emotions, thinking, and actions. In our work together, you will develop new pathways to promote a sense of calm, wellbeing, and inner strength.
(802) 294-4054 x5
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Michael Watson, Counselor  in Burlington
“We humans are storytellers. Sometimes our stories are about life's joys, adventures, or encounters with the sacred. Other stories may be about pain and suffering, about a world or relationship out of balance. Healing comes as we discover the deep, sacred stories that guide our lives.With practice we can learn to acknowledge suffering while building lives filled with compassion, love, and hope. My work reflects the healing traditions of my Native American and European ancestors and teachers. It is grounded in the optimism, and ceremonial life of Native people, and embraces the healing power of shared story.
(802) 490-1032
Burlington, Vermont 05408
Associates in Couples Counseling, Psychologist  in Burlington
“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
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Annie M Condon, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCMHC, LADC
“Do you have questions or concerns about your drinking or drug use, or perhaps that of someone else? Have recent events in your life caused you to be sad, confused, or feeling alone? I can provide you with a safe and accepting environment with which to explore these uncomfortable feelings. Together we will make a plan to help you eliminate the shame and secrecy which may keep you from thriving. I will help you to communicate about your beliefs and behaviors in an inquisitive, non-judgemental manner which will aid you in fully realizing your potential.
(802) 560-3092
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Michael L Gilman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“Family experiences shape our functioning in relationships. Understanding the dynamics & patterns used can lead to better self management in relationships, whether in families, marriages, partnerships or in the workplace. As individuals increase self awareness they are better equipped to navigate the challenges presented to them. When individuals put efforts into changing themselves, I believe that interesting and creative ways of addressing challenges begin to emerge. Managing self requires the ability to find ways to step back from the moment to gain a broader perspective, to gather facts, to strengthen one's knowledge, and to think through a plan of action.
(802) 392-4105
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Michael P Schaal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I assist and support individuals and couples to live from the deepest places, to make meaning in their lives, and to improve functioning within self, and between self and others. I have been in the private practice of psychotherapy since 1977. I am often the person that former clients and other therapists refer to, when therapy with other therapists has not worked. I am willing to go as deeply as you are within the safety of clear ethical boundaries. I value difference and work to hold and accept and work with differences, whether they be personal, sexual, racial or cultural.
(802) 868-1148 x2
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Carolyn Crotty, Art Therapist  in Burlington
“Do you have a child struggling at school or at home? Are you feeling "stuck" in your relationships or just want some support in managing stress or anxiety? I believe my approach of community based art therapy can help you feel good again. I aim to use creative expression and our surroundings to help you or your child gain awareness of thoughts, feelings and behaviors and to practice skills and strategies for living a joyful life. In these sessions, art becomes another way to communicate as well as a tool for learning about yourself and for relieving stress and anxiety.
(781) 618-4062
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
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.
(802) 459-4360 x942
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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