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Therapists in South Burlington

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.
(802) 328-5545 x209
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Michelle Turbide, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I strongly believe that humans have tremendous resiliency and the innate possibility for growth, change, and self-learning. Solutions and possibilities live within the client, and my main focus is to help clients bring these into awareness and make choices toward their preferred ways of living. I use a holistic perspective to engage a client's mind, body, and spirit. My framework for engaging clients in therapy is grounded in the use of narrative therapy, psychodynamic, attachment theory, family systems theory, brief therapy, and trauma informed therapy.
(802) 858-2214 x6
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Sally Edith, Marriage & Family Therapist  in South Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMHC
“I enjoy working with people from diverse backgrounds, supporting them to make thoughtful choices leading to healthy actions regarding: * Managing feelings and moods * Healing from the effects of trauma *Changing stuck behavioral patterns * Adjusting to loss--- of a loved one, a job *Increasing a sense of well being and worth *Working with others with compassion and respect * Increasing self-confidence and self-esteem * Maintaining stability through life's transitions and changes * Growing health and well being * Changing one's relationship with substances or food.
(802) 448-1508 x301
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Larry Hall, Psychologist  in South Burlington
“Helping individuals and families lessen the suffering caused by anxiety, depression, ADHD and trauma. Extensive experience in combining cognitive and psychoeducational psychotherapy with physiologically based treatments, such as EMDR, neurofeedback training, HeartMath and alpha stim stress relief systems. Join the growing number of clients that have found these approaches to alleviate symptoms and change behavior by modifying the problem causing mechanisms. Research has shown that these approaches can be particularly helpful when insight therapy alone has been less than effective. We also offer ADHD assessments, working memory and brain training programs. Located on Shelburne Rd, Easy access to I89.
(802) 862-2383
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Heather Lynch, Psychologist  in South Burlington
“I help people look within to find their inner strengths they have to overcome problems. This is achieved by guiding them in a process that discovers their best way of expressing themselves in a healthy manner. When working together, you will find that success in therapy creates the confidence that you need to better enhance your inner being. My work with you uses an approach that focuses on progress in all areas of your life: at home, in work or school and within relationships. You deserve to make that much needed step towards wellness by arranging your first meeting today.
(802) 858-2183 x3
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Roscoe Ferris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC
“I have provided mental health and addictions counseling for over ten years in a variety of settings. I currently work in private practice and am part of a group of independent providers in South Burlington called Associates in psychotherapy and family Counseling. I offer individual and group therapy using a variety of clinical approaches. I work with adult and adolescents. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions.
(802) 276-4803
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Tammy A Strauss, Counselor  in South Burlington
“Do you struggle with sadness or depression? What about worry or nervousness? We can work together to help you develop the skills to cope with these feelings. Did you have problems growing up in your family? Are they causing you problems in your relationships today? If your past is interfering with your present I can help you resolve these old issues so you can create the life that you want. We can also use your unique spirituality in your healing journey. Please call for an appointment.
(802) 392-4104 x4
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Kara DeLeonardis Kraus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“As a clinical social worker, I believe that we all have unique strengths and capacities to face the challenges in our lives. I work with my clients in a collaborative, empowering way. Through the therapy process, solutions and plans to move forward reveal themselves, as you grow more confident in your strengths, intuition and your vision for your life. Working with the stories and thoughts we carry about ourselves and the world, we work to create new ideas, beliefs and behaviors that will lead to a more fulfilling life.
(802) 359-7232
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Pam Steeg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have been working with children, adolescents, families, couples and adults for over 20 years and love what I do. In my work with children and adolescents I am very family centered. I will provide parental support and education, in addition to teaching your child or teen skills for coping with anxiety, stress, anger and difficult changes through art, play, games and other creative approaches. If you are a couple looking for help, I will support you both to see which negative communication and/or behavioral habits keep you from having the relationship you would like to have.
(802) 277-3276
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Susan Alnasrawi,   in South Burlington
“Deciding to seek treatment from a psychotherapist is always a significant moment. It often comes with doubt, fear, and pain but the decision is also an expression of hope and determination. You are as different from anyone else as your fingerprint. Your history, likes, dislikes, dreams, memories, fears, strengths and challenges are unlike anyone else's. Your symptoms are outward signs of inner turmoil and is my belief that in order for relief of symptoms to be more permanent in-depth work is the most effective method.
(802) 276-4598 x111
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
“People pursue therapy for all manner of reasons, though it often suggests a desire to understand more about one's self or how to manage life's challenges- the process of which can be made easier in the confidential space of therapy. The purpose of therapy depends on what you are seeking; whether it is to identify the factors that are contributing to an impasse, wanting to develop more satisfying relationships, taking action toward a goal, or achieving a greater sense of well-being. Whatever the reason, I am willing to discuss whatever you seek.
(802) 348-4225 x7
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
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.
(802) 277-3644
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Carol Rose Heffer, Counselor  in South Burlington
“The focus of my therapeutic perspective is to encourage clients to embrace their strengths and dreams, have compassion for, and understanding of how they were hurt and to re-envision and re-create their lives to reflect their personal ambitions. I have extensive diversity training which has taught me about the complex reactions and responses we have to feeling isolated from the mainstream. The concerns I assist clients with include life transitions, trauma, anxiety and depression, loss, self confidence and anger management.
(802) 529-4728 x5
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Bert Munger, Counselor  in South Burlington
“I'm not afraid of working with clients who are working on coping with suicidal thoughts, or self-harm. I have a good record of helping clients with substance use problems as well. Of course, you don't have to have to have these problems to see me.
(802) 490-3143
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Kay Frances Schepp, Psychologist  in South Burlington
“Therapy should be a relief, when change seems needed or obstacles are discouraging. After decades of providing psychotherapy, I find that the best predictor of success is a genuine partnership between psychologist and client. The power lies with the client, to explore goals and then expect the therapist to provide useful resources. Studying many approaches to personal growth leads me to believe that no one "school" has all the answers, but that each client responds to what is correct for their own situation. Both problems that lie within you and those pressing from outside can be helped.
(802) 797-4054
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Josephine (Joey) Corcoran, Counselor  in South Burlington
“If you're feeling anxious, overwhelmed or just not yourself, the body-based psychotherapy I offer can help you gain a more grounded perspective. You learn skills that help you recover your innate resourcefulness in the face of stress, old wounds or unexpected events. After working with me, people often say they feel a greater sense of choice and confidence in themselves. I work individually with adults. A supportive, confidential relationship allows you to learn more about yourself. I also offer two six class mindfulness series for healing grief and ADHD, guiding people toward incorporating mindfulness practices into daily life.
(802) 393-8481 x4
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South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Barbara J Benton, Counselor  in South 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.
(802) 779-9793
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South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Robert L Keith, Psychologist  in South Burlington
“I treat patients with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and OCD spectrum problems. I am a professional member of the International Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Foundation (IOCDF) and a graduate of the IOCDF Behavior Therapy Institute which provides state-of-the-science training and consultation specifically for the treatment of OCD and spectrum disorders. I also enjoy working with people who have Specific Phobias, Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia, and Social Anxiety. I am happy to speak with potential patients by phone to see if I am likely to be able to help.
(802) 490-1029 x321
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South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Douglas Todd, Marriage & Family Therapist  in South Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“As a Marriage and Family Therapist I find myself thinking and problem solving with a systems perspective. I utilize various modalities in my work but regardless, my work is team oriented. I look at therapy as an individual's journey but one that we travel together, exploring the various aspects of difficult and not so difficult times. My hope is to work with couples, families and individuals in an effort to explore the possibilities of living life in a new and expanded way.
(802) 760-6036
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South Burlington, Vermont 05403
Holly Hauser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South 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.
(802) 684-0412 x4
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South Burlington, Vermont 05403

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