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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.
(802) 662-1209
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Milton J Marasch, Psychologist  in Burlington
“Providing doctoral level psychological services to adults and older adults since 1992. Conditions treated include anxiety, depression, anger management, grief/bereavement, life transition difficulties, relationship, and physical health problems. Psychological testing services (personality or cognitive/capacity testing) are offered as well. Providing services for all genders, faiths, and orientations. LICENSE: Psychologist-Doctorate (VT).
(802) 560-4845
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Burlington, Vermont 05401
Thomas Mott, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCMHC, LADC, CT
“Why struggle alone? Change is part of life. I work with adults facing substance abuse, anxiety, depression, grief and marital issues. I specialize in men's issues including work issues, relationship problems, parenting difficulties and stress management. I also provide DUI, court and school required mental health and/or substance abuse evaluations.
(802) 535-3481
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Burlington, Vermont 05401
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Caroline O'Connor, Counselor  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
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.
(802) 278-4511
Burlington, Vermont 05401
John Penoyar, Psychologist  in Burlington
“I offer confidential psychotherapy in a safe environment to adults struggling with anxiety, panic, depression, marital/relationship issues, life transitions, loss and spiritual issues.
(802) 323-5474
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Jeremy Gartner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“I believe that a genuine therapeutic relationship can serve as a foundation for immense personal growth and change. Whether you're struggling with mental health or are curious about self-exploration I offer a therapeutic practice that is based on sincerity, compassion, and 10 years of diverse clinical experience. I enjoy working with a broad spectrum of mental health challenges, and incorporate various theoretical models into my practice.
(802) 276-4015
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Lynn Martin, Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LCMHC, LRC, CMHC, DCC
“Whether your problem is the result of a crisis or a pattern of self-destructive behavior, your ability to cope is impacted by your personal strengths. My first goal is to meet you where you are, listen to your story, and focus on the here-and-now and the way your history shapes the way you deal with challenges. I use an insight-oriented approach which holds people and their problems are unique, and these problems may be based in factors that lie outside awareness. This type of therapy tries to uncover the deeper motivations for your feelings and behaviors.
(802) 823-1169
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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.
(802) 281-4144
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
Kristen Johanson, Counselor  in Burlington
“I have accrued over ten years of experience with people on sorting through a variety of life's difficulties. I work with people who may be struggling with problems such as but not limited to: substance abuse, depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, parenting concerns, and adjustment to challenging life transitions. I borrow from the following theoretical models: internal family systems, dialectical-behavioral therapy and motivational enhancement therapy. No matter the issue or goal, I draw from my belief in treating life's problems with respect, kindness and humor.
(802) 466-4196
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
Jennifer L. Kerns  in Burlington
“My work supports individuals through the transformative process of reconnecting with their authenticity and personal authority, and discovering the courage to fully embody their truth in the world. My primary goal is to form an authentic and honest connection with you and establish a safe space for growth. From there, and moving at your own pace, we will explore the patterns, beliefs, barriers, and blind spots that hold you back, close you down, or shape reality in ways that prevent you from staying in connection to your core and engaging life with an open and receptive mind, body, and heart.
(781) 708-0219
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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.
(802) 375-7805
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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.
(802) 727-4655 x497
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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.
(802) 276-4191
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Luanne Sberna, Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LCMHC, LADC, BC-DMT
“Overcome anxiety, depression, addictions, relational or other behavioral patterns that make it difficult to cope with life and create low self esteem or conflict. Recover your true self. My practice is tailored to respect each individual's needs in therapy. In our work together we will use mind-body and expressive arts therapies, particularly Dance/Movement Therapy, to build on your strengths and develop effective life skills. Dance/Movement Therapy is the use of dance and other forms of body movement in psychotherapy to further healing and growth by stimulating insight into and changes in thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
(802) 551-1803 x2
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Ed Oechslie, Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, ATR-BC, ATCS, LCMHC
“People who experience traumas early in life develop coping skills that over time become habits - even addictions - and these habits begin to cause as much disruption and suffering as those experiences they mask. Using art therapy and the creative process, I work with adults whose protective habits have proved limiting and are not working anymore. When you want to make changes in your life to create purpose, direction, and joy, life's naturally occurring challenges may come, and when they do, we can work together to explore other ways of coping rather than those old habits which cause you pain.
(802) 461-4211
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Genevieve Jacobs,   in Burlington
“I offer healing arts, psychotherapy and education for people who wish to live "the well examined life" and make the most of life's sojourns . I am a holistic counselor and adjunct professor of psychology, media and communications over the past 15 years. I earned my Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Norwich University in 1993, following studies in the Classics and a B.A in Transpersonal Psychology. I provide support, encouragement, and the benefit of my closest attention to those seeking to develop greater awareness, deeper insight, and fuller capacity to love life and all that it brings.
(802) 559-0202
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Aimee I. Gaffney, Psychologist  in Burlington
“I have been in practice for over 28 years. I work with individuals and couples offering help to grow a confident and secure sense of self, helping to resolve issues with depression and anxiety disorders, relationship and interpersonal issues, stressors and life transitions such as divorce, work and career goals, and loss and grief . I am an SEP providing expertise in healing trauma through Somatic Experiencing developed by Dr. Peter Levine and have a body/ sensory- motor oriented practice helping people work toward self regulation, mindfulness and well being.
(802) 779-0595
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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