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Therapists in Washington County

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC
“I have had a private practice in Barre Vermont for six years, though I have assisted people for the past sixteen years in various capacities. I believe the most important aspect of therapy is building a collaborative, safe, and non-judgmental therapeutic relationship. I know that it is sometimes difficult to seek help, and therefore I feel building trust is the first essential step to the process. I know that what works for one person does not work for all, so I draw upon different modalities based on your individual needs and preferences. This includes: mindfulness, CBT, and narrative therapy.
(802) 557-0052 x2
Barre, Vermont 05641
Jeff Scannell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Montpelier
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, AAP
“My areas of specialty include help with trauma, anxiety, stress, anger, depression, self-judgement, relationships and addictions. I believe that the primary responsibility of a therapist is to connect deeply with clients and to help them to find and cultivate their own innate goodness and potential. My approach to counseling and psychotherapy rests on a solid foundation of providing empathic attunement, acceptance, insight and supportive responsiveness. I help people to experience themselves in a way that empowers them with increased skill and confidence in living. I teach a calm clarity that aids any kind of personal or interpersonal problem resolution.
(802) 279-9407
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Benjamin Skolnik, Psychologist  in Montpelier
“I enjoy working with clients who feel that their minds have become unmanageable. This can look many different ways. Some people experience anxiety, where the mind won't be quiet and allow you to enjoy your life. Others endure an experience of sadness or depression, where the mind is mired in hopelessness, fear, or anger at yourself or others. In either case, psychotherapy, in my case primarily influenced by psychodynamic theory and meditation, can be a valuable tool in helping you to find greater flexibility and freedom in your everyday life.
(802) 376-1276
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Rachel E.a. Mueller, Psychologist  in Montpelier
“As a relationally-focused psychotherapist, I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues. By exploring interpersonal patterns both in the therapeutic relationship and in your life outside therapy, I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of my clients' individual needs. I focus on developing understanding of oneself and the deep roots of conflicts that continue to resurface in relationships, work, and elsewhere.
(802) 999-0033
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Judith Lotspeich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waterbury
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I provide counseling to couples, families and individual adults and adolescents. I have experience treating people with a broad range of emotional and relational issues; these include anxiety, depression, and relationship conflict. I assist people in utilizing their strengths to believe in themselves and make changes that improve the quality of their lives and their relationships.
(802) 449-4296
Waterbury, Vermont 05676
Noah Weinstein, Counselor  in Montpelier
“Through a combination of conversation, mindfulness practice, movement awareness, lifestyle assessment, and nature exploration, clients begin to learn to move more skillfully with the natural ups and downs of life. My perspective is influenced by mindfulness-based and cognitive behavioral approaches, incorporating present-moment awareness and learning to shape experience, self, and relationships in a more satisfying way. I work with adults, couples, teens, children, and families dealing with a range of issues including anxiety, depression, and relational issues.
(401) 262-4346
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Heidi L. Thompson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Montpelier
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LCMHC
“I draw on my 25 years in the field of counseling psychology to help you understand yourself better, and find more acceptance and peace. By listening carefully, and by taking a deep interest in your life, I can help you sort out the challenges of being human. I offer a compassionate and non-judgemental environment in which to explore your longings, fears, blind spots and conflicts. I am an active therapist, who looks for your strengths, and helps you uncover inner hidden resources. I also offer practical tools to help you become more resilient, and to develop more satisfying relationships.
(802) 245-3666
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Todd Maxfield, Counselor  in Montpelier
“My clinical experience includes assessment and therapy services to children, adolescents and families. While I feel my approach in treatment emphasizes cognitive-behavioral/rational emotive behavioral therapy, I adjust to meet the needs of the client.
(802) 490-1546
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Erin Palmer, Counselor  in Northfield
“Private practice in Northfield, VT, working with teens through adulthood. (St. Albans practice currently closed to new clients.) Specializing in mood disorders (anxiety, depression, bipolar, etc), substance abuse and addiction, eating disorders, and general life stress (life can be a gauntlet!). Eclectic treatment approach, focusing on cognitive-behavioral, psychoanalytic, existential, motivational enhancement, mindfulness, EMDR, or whichever modality appears most helpful to the individual and moment. Multiple health insurances accepted.
(802) 778-9554
Northfield, Vermont 05663
Demaris Tisdale, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Montpelier
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“As a young girl is Pittsburgh, I saw people around me being unhappy, confused, not knowing what to do. I wanted to understand why they got themselves in trouble, and why they were troubled. I was curious, and sad. Over the years I learned what those unhappy people could have done. My education began as a teacher of young children. Then I became a caseworker helping people with parenting, adoptions, and the miseries of poverty. Finally, I trained to be a therapist, and treated troubled teenagers, adults with illness, and the old and dying.
(802) 282-4207
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Susan Elizabeth Wooldridge, Counselor  in Barre
“"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.
(802) 760-7946
Barre, Vermont 05641
Adam M. Grundt, Psychologist  in Barre
“The goal of my practice is to help reduce suffering and to increase capacity for joy, flexibility, and life fulfillment. I individualize my approach to your needs using a mix of different psychological approaches, including cognitive-behavioral, narrative and psychodynamic. I am a Vermont licensed doctoral-level psychologist who trained in health psychology at the Minneapolis VA Hospital, and completed a postdoctoral study in behavioral medicine at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. I worked for many years at the Hazelden Center, a nationally-recognized leader in addiction treatment, and gained additional experience working with adolescents as a high school counselor and wellness teacher.
(802) 357-4168
Barre, Vermont 05641
Michele M Reed, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waterbury
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“For over 25 years, I've worked with adults, couples, adolescents, and children on a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, relationship dilemmas, behavior problems, grief, and stress. I listen carefully and work with my clients to understand their patterns, such as repeatedly thinking, feeling or doing what they would rather not. Respecting the need for confidentiality, empathy, honesty and humor, I help them explore conscious and unconscious thoughts/feelings and identify how significant past experiences have influenced the present. Working through issues, using insight and the therapeutic connection, strengthens self acceptance, fulfillment, and success in relationships, school and work.
(802) 221-4450
Waterbury, Vermont 05676
Tina Desmarais, Counselor  in Plainfield
“As a Solution Focused Therapist, I help my clients find the patterns in their lives that have hindered their ability to imagine and achieve the life they desire. I offer many different approaches, including Traditional Talk Therapy with Solution Focused and Cognitive Behavioral techniques, as well as more interactive creative approaches including Equine Experiential Psychotherapy; Nature Based Psychotherapy; and Expressive Arts Therapies. My style is open and interactive as I guide and educate clients to explore new options for responding (instead of reacting) to life's challenges.
(802) 316-4977
Plainfield, Vermont 05667
Lynn S Wells, Counselor  in Montpelier
“At some point in life, everyone experiences problems in daily living and can use an objective, experienced therapist to help them become aware and create positive change. In my 20+ years as a licensed therapist, art therapist and licensed school psychologist, I have worked with individuals and couples from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientation and ethnicities with problems ranging from difficulty in functioning to adjustments in living. My conceptualizations of challenges are generally relational and psychodynamic, but my approach may also incorporate mindfulness or systems theories. Additionally, I do psychoeducational evaluations for children and adults with suspected learning and social/emotional disorders.
(802) 760-6739
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
“In 30 years of practice, I have worked with people of all ages: adosescents to older adults, each one as unique and wonderfully complex as human nature can be. My job is to listen well, and follow each one's lead as to developing the goals of therapy. Together, then, we begin a journey as unique as each individual or couple is. To sort it all out, to understand impulses and throughts and what drives them, and then to begin to become aware of choices that we never knew were possible.
(802) 321-0579
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
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.
(802) 232-4689
Waitsfield, Vermont 05673
Anna Adams  in Barre
“My name is Anna Adams; I live in a small town in Vermont. I do private therapy. I have a degree in Community Psychology, having graduated from Union Institute and University, Vermont College in 2003. My major was substance abuse with the following areas as minors: Eating Disorders, Domestic Violence, PTSD, and Elder issues. I prefer to use Client Centered Therapy,
(802) 448-1673
Barre, Vermont 05641
Jim Pugliese, Counselor  in Barre
“I am Jim Pugliese, licensed mental health counselor based in Barre, Vermont. I offer individual, group, and family counseling for children to adults. I have been serving people since 1989 in a variety of helping relationships and roles, ranging from case management, career counseling, emergency mental health, and psychotherapy. I apply an integrative approach to therapy. I have extensive experience working in emergency mental health services. I work with children, young adults, and teens struggling with behavioral issues. I work with individuals and families struggling with substance abuse. I have worked with many survivors of trauma.
(802) 277-3080
Barre, Vermont 05641
Amy L Harris, Psychologist  in Montpelier
“I believe that psychotherapy assists people in alleviating suffering, relating to others and themselves more flexibly, and increasing their capacity for joy and gratitude. My approach is tailored the needs of individual clients and emphasizes an integrated mix of psychodynamic, interpersonal, existential,and cognitive-behavioral theories and techniques. I am a Vermont licensed doctoral psychologist who trained at the Veteran's Administration Medical Center in Leeds, MA and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Fletcher Allen Health Care. I also did a year-long internship in college counseling and worked for several years in community mental health.
(802) 371-0090
Montpelier, Vermont 05602

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

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

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
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