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Kimberley Hartell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in White River Junction
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My name is Kim Hartell, and I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with 20 years of experience. I see couples, families and individuals of all ages. I have extensive experience working with mood disorders (depression, anxiety, etc), trauma, abuse issues, suicidal and self harm behaviors, ADHD and oppositional behaviors, school issues, grief and loss, and have a particular interest in Autism Spectrum Disorders. I also have a (hypoallergenic) therapy dog named Patches who works with me, and loves helping with the therapy process!
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(802) 459-4204
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Julia Pitkin Healy  in White River Junction
“I offer children, adolescents, adults and family units the opportunity to work through challenging life situations through the creation of a therapeutic alliance. The client and I create collaborative goals and we work together in a partnership to achieve them. Through active listening, motivational interviewing and other therapeutic techniques, I provide a supportive environment in which the client feels empowered to confront personal challenges and develop the skills and confidence to manage them in daily life.
(802) 281-4162
Jessica Kessler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cavendish
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My perspective and approach can be best described as humanistic. I strive to create a safe, supportive, non-judgemental environment in which clients feel heard, respected and understood, regardless of the issues with which they are struggling. I value the relationship between client and therapist and believe that it provides the catalyst for growth, insight and change.
(347) 983-9521
Cavendish, Vermont 05142
Holly R Counts, Psychologist  in White River Junction
“Feeling stuck? Do you know what you need to change but need some help doing it? Call for a free phone consult. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a holistic therapy practice integrating the mind, body and spirit. I have worked in a variety of diverse clinical settings over the years which ultimately led to beginning my own practice in 2002, first in Ohio and now Vermont. I specialize in life transitions, relationship issues, optimal health, women's issues, men's issues, adolescence, GLBT, grief counseling, and trauma and abuse .
(937) 668-9352
Tayloe Denton, Counselor  in Woodstock
“I once heard a wise man remark, "My mind can be a treacherous place some days. I try not to stay there alone for too long." If this resonates with you, you're in good company. Many benefit from the opportunity to talk in groups or individual therapy because sharing aloud can help create new space for more empowering thoughts, ideas, and beliefs.
(802) 858-4333
Woodstock, Vermont 05091
Hilary A Lynch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Norwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Often we come into the therapy relationship in pain, confused, and overwhelmed. I strive to create a safe, supportive, environment that focuses on easing the pain while developing greater self awareness. I work collaboratively with clients to help clarify what is important and valued in their lives and utilize this individual map to create change. This often can serves as a path out of a disorienting haze. My goal is to support clients in building a life that feels engaging, rewarding, and meaningful.
(802) 858-4290
Norwich, Vermont 05055
Kim Estes  in Wilder
“My work involves counseling and consultation services to adults, children, adolescents and families. By establishing a comfortable, open and safe environment in which clients learn, grow and implement change, I focus on creating a therapeutic alliance and guide my clients to achieve their goals. My approach is client centered, non-judgmental and collaborative. I support youth, adults and families in transition. The main focus of my work is to assist individuals and families to understand and develop the skills they need to cope and thrive.
(802) 962-4024
Wilder, Vermont 05088
Annette L Kennedy, Psychologist  in Norwich
“As a former high school math teacher, I have always loved working with adolescents. I appreciate their energy, their ideas and the struggles they go through to find an identity and define themselves. I also do parent guidance with parents of adolescents. In addition, I especially enjoy working with couples, whether working to enhance their relationship, struggling to keep their relationship intact or deciding to end the relationship. When couples do decide to divorce, I work with them to end it respectfully and with good communication, especially when children are involved.
(781) 990-6236
Norwich, Vermont 05055
Bunny Flint, Marriage & Family Therapist  in White River Junction
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Relationship centered, I enjoy working with adults, couples, families, parents, caregivers, and adolescents. Sometimes it can be difficult to commit to change, or to seek help, but it's my hope we'll form a trusted connection and working relationship in order to successfully complete your treatment goal(s). We'll celebrate the victories along the way, and move through any possible set-backs. I'm a fairly direct person, curious and independent minded, who values relationship, humor, forgiveness, compassion, and helping others.
(802) 750-0540
“I work best with people who are curious about themselves, their world and their relationships. Roughly 2/3 of my practice is focused on individuals with the remaining 1/3 being couples. My best "fit" is with clients who expect to work, are active, verbal and want to be in an interactive therapy. I freely share the "map" that I'm working from as we go. A central goal is to access authenticity so that therapy addresses struggles in clarifying what people want, know, think and feel.
(802) 277-3143
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“The psychoanalytic process helps you give up symptoms and behaviors which interfere with you leading a meaningful and productive life. Becoming aware of the unconscious forces that determine thoughts, feelings and behavior has been shown to be one of, if not the most beneficial process for helping individuals or groups resolve psycho-social and emotional conflicts. Many practitioners believe that the psychoanalytic process is the most affective and permanent treatment for anxiety disorders such as panic attacks and agoraphobia, depression,obsessive compulsive behaviors,as well as family and marital conflict.
(802) 727-0472
Brownsville, Vermont 05037
Emma Bragdon,   in Windsor
“I founded and now direct "Integrative Mental Health for You", IMHU.org. We offer online resources so you can learn about the full range of effective mental health care for you and your family. Learn about the benefits and risks of medications; learn what other options you have that may suit you better. We have courses, a video library of interviews with experts, an article archive, newsletter and blog. Courses can be taken at your convenience by computer or mobile device. Check out our stellar faculty!
(802) 797-4300
Windsor, Vermont 05089
Kathleen Dolan  in South Pomfret
“I encourage clients to make the courageous attempt to engage in a therapuetic relationship working towards a more comfortable state of inner health and happiness. My goal is to provide a client with a supportive relational environment to safely express their needs and concerns, become involved in productive self reflection, clarify difficulties, set attainable goals and manage challenges including issues of anxiety, depression, low self esteem, family problems, relational problems, school problems, parenting problems, spirituality and other general life or developmental issues. Exploring past events and relationships as they inform current relationships, perspectives and situations of clients is often helpful.
(802) 715-1281
South Pomfret, Vermont 05067
Judith R Bush,   in Wilder
“Family and individual development has been a central theme in my work since beginning a social work career in 1967. For many years, I practiced within an agency. A focus on how best to support families coping with challenges after adoption characterized my last agency years. Since 1998, I have had a private counseling practice: Adoption Conversations. In 2013, I joined with two former colleagues to open Dothan Brook Associates on Route 5 in Wilder, VT. My counseling work is now generalized to helping children, adolescents, adults, and families seeking to understand themselves and improve their relationships or their functioning.
(802) 823-1745
Wilder, Vermont 05088
Carolyn Hunter Walsh, Counselor  in Woodstock
“You will experience a reassuring and warm welcome, the moment you place your first call to inquire about my services. My commitment is to listen deeply to your challenges and needs. Then, together, we decide on the best approach to help you use your strengths to develop new resources and strategies to create the life you want.
(802) 277-3162
Woodstock, Vermont 05091
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Bob Handelman is a LICSW located in Norwich, Vermont. Please visit our website: www.RelationshipSpecialist.com Or call us for more information. Thank you.
(802) 365-1907
Norwich, Vermont 05055
“Children are often puzzling, but when they behave in unexpected ways they are telling us something important. Students who are struggling in school need a system of support to help them succeed. When families, schools, and medical practitioners all work together, the 'picture' starts to emerge. My experience as a family therapist and a school counselor gives me insight into what they are trying to tell us and how their systems can work together to support them. My current studies in School Psychology help me to assess issues and write positive behavior support plans.
(802) 275-4495
Norwich, Vermont 05055
Mark G Koch, Marriage & Family Therapist  in White River Junction
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MDiv, LMFT
“My services are available to anyone who is seeking. If you are not in a seeking place at this time, I am probably not the person you would want to be having conversation with. If you are seeking greater peace or deeper trust or understanding in your relationships, I think I may be helpful to you. I will walk with you in your seeking and you will discover or recover resources and perspectives that you did not realize were available to you.
(802) 230-4184
Kimberly Knowlton-Young, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Norwich
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I currently offer individual and couples therapy to adolescents and adults; as well as substance abuse and addictions work. I have been in the field since 2005 and worked for 10 years at Children's Hospital Boston. While there I was mentored by experts in the fields of child and family development, preventative mental health, parenting, and substance abuse.
(339) 793-4652
Norwich, Vermont 05055
Melinda Haas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Woodstock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Whether I am working as a psychodynamic psychotherapist or specifically as a Jungian Analyst I am always mindful of the power of the unconscious. It will exercise its might whether invited or not. I am best suited to treating clients who wish to or are compelled to journey into the dark to find meaning in their lives. I have found this process to be a combination of bringing unconscious material to the surface light in order to understand and make meaning of it, and tolerating and trusting some of what one cannot understand.
(646) 386-2113
Woodstock, Vermont 05091
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Aviation Professionals (Pilots) Therapists
If you're an aviation professional, a pilot an air steward or air stewardess in Windsor County seeking counseling, these Windsor County aviation professional Therapists, psychologists or counselors for Windsor County aviation professionals can help. In addition to individual counseling, they can refer you to treatment centers near Windsor County that provide specialist programs for aviation professionals e.g. intense treatment as well as weekly support groups that focus on issues specific to the aviation industry led by addiction counselors with experience in the aviation industry.

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