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Marriage Counseling Therapists in South%2bburlington

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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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 277-3276
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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 662-1209
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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 392-4105
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Edie Rhoads  in Burlington
“My goal as a counselor is to create a nurturing environment for healing and growth. I hope to offer tools to help you come through a difficult time with greater strength. I have experience supporting children and teens developing creativity and self-esteem, adults seeking to understand their own childhoods in order to face the challenges of love, work, and parenting, and couples seeking to examine relational patterns in search of positive change. I bring my heart to the work I do, and I've chosen this field because I believe in our ability to rise to life's challenges.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 275-5238
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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 277-3130 x919
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Kate Morrissey, Counselor  in Winooski
“I have been providing psychotherapy and counseling to individuals, couples, and families in Vermont for over fourteen years in a wide range of clinical settings and across a broad scope of client populations. As a therapist, I support people through a process of improving their health and well-being, of living more more mindfully, and of creating opportunities for healing. I also assist clients in exploring personal growth, in developing new insights about themselves and their relationships, in learning skills to reduce stress, anxiety, and other forms of suffering, and in limiting obstacles that impact them from reaching their potential.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 321-2574
Winooski, Vermont 05404
Louise Stormes, Counselor  in Burlington
“Do you want to feel better about yourself, unload stress, gain confidence, improve your mood, or stop having the same old arguments? Change is possible and chances are therapy can help. My style is compassionate and curious. My clients feel accepted and understood. I help them increase self-awareness and learn the skills they need to start living life in a way they feel good about. I use a variety of techniques according to the unique situations, preferences and concerns of each.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 858-5004 x1
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Jess DiGiorgianni, Counselor  in Williston
“I conceptualize therapy as a collaborative process in which therapist and client together determine treatment content and goals, working to create an environment of compassion, challenge and insight capable of motivating those changes which constitute so much of the meaning of therapy. In attempting to individualize treatment, I cultivate an integrative responsiveness utilizing those techniques that seem best able to serve the client's needs and promote therapeutic goals. Often these goals extend beyond symptom relief to include the enhancement of psychological capacities and resources through self exploration and discovery in the context of a safe and authentic therapeutic relationship.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 870-3565
Williston, Vermont 05495
Ezra Maurer, Psychologist  in Essex Junction
“My hope is that I can form a completely unique and enriching relationship with each person that comes to see me, one that allows us to go into the depths of who you are. I tend to focus on your feelings and how they are held in the body; on past experiences and how they relate to current feelings and relational patterns; on how relational patterns may be being repeated within the therapy; on the richness of your internal world (that emerges, for example, in dreams, daydreams, artwork, etc.); and on awareness itself, within which all of the above happens.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 282-4581
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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 727-4655 x497
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Nature-Centered Psychotherapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Milton
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist who has been in private practice since 2008. I am passionate about helping people grow by helping them realize their deeper, more genuine self. I believe that when people feel safe to move towards their truth, they are able to grow into a healthier more integrated person. Family therapy has the potential to be a transformative experience, and I encourage people to grow in a safe and supportive environment.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 560-3189
Milton, Vermont 05468
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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 373-4422
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Jessica Young, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Shelburne
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“In my work with clients over the past decade my goal has been to develop strong, trusting relationships that foster awareness and growth in a way that works for each individual. I have experience working with individuals and families managing depression and anxiety, grief, chronic health issues, caregiver stress, relationship and interpersonal issues, and many other types of stress related and emotional concerns. I tend toward an action oriented approach focused on developing stronger coping, self-care, communication and relationship strategies.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 483-4656
Shelburne, Vermont 05482
Robert L Keith, Psychologist  in 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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 490-1029 x321
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Kathryn Berk, Psychologist  in Burlington
“My specialty is working with individuals and couples to identify patterns that have led to emotional and psychological difficulties. In my work as a psychologist, I strive to help people who are in distress and feel they need to make a change for themselves and in their relationships. If you are suffering from depression or anxiety,or have had a traumatic experience, we will explore methods of relief. If your relationships are stressful and difficult, we can work to identify problem areas and ways you can create positive change for yourself and your partner.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 321-8439
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Kay Frances Schepp, Psychologist  in 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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 797-4054
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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 375-7805
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Mark Rubin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Central to my work as a therapist is helping people make necessary, life affirming changes, both personally and in their relationships. Living comes with depressions, anxieties, unexpected betrayals, work crises, illnesses, self-defeating behaviors and personal shames. At some time or another, we've all felt how hard "getting by" can be, how alone and overwhelming. Of equal importance, however, is the healthy courage it takes to ask for help. Toward that end therapy offers people an opportunity to feel deeply known, a chance to move forward with greater self-awareness, confidence, and self-acceptance.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 779-9795
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Robert J. Narucki, Psychologist  in Colchester
“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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 734-4336
Colchester, Vermont 05446
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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 392-4104 x4

Marriage Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for marriage counseling in South%2bburlington or for a South%2bburlington marriage counselor these professionals provide marriage counseling services. They include marriage and family counselors in South%2bburlington (or sometimes referred to as 'marriage family counselors' or 'family marriage counselors') and Christian marriage counselors. These counselors are licensed and are drawn from the best in their field.

Note: Counselling (with a double 'l') is the more traditional spelling of the term in Canada and the UK, so the same terms might appear as marriage counselling in South%2bburlington or for a South%2bburlington marriage counsellor who provides marriage counselling services in South%2bburlington. They include marriage for couples.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in South%2bburlington have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in South%2bburlington you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in South%2bburlington and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in South%2bburlington or family therapy in South%2bburlington.