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Marriage Counseling Therapists in Vermont (VT)

Christine Rushforth, Psychologist  in Burlington
“I work with adults, older adolescents, and couples, and facilitate groups. I specialize in treating depression, anxiety, interpersonal difficulties, family of origin issues, OCD, trauma, and grief/loss. Life is difficult and often painful - much more so for some than for others. This pain brings people to therapy to engage in a process that is itself often painful; and yet they do so willingly and with hope. I am continually inspired by my clients as they engage in this process and come to see themselves in new ways, and make choices that allow them to live more fully.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 746-4246
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Ed Loewenton  in Stowe
“Psychotherapy can help you achieve stronger, closer relationships, bring about improvements in your child's behavior, gain control over emotions, reduce or eliminate unwanted and distressing behaviors, restore lost motivation, or just recover the joy of life. It may also improve physical health by reducing chronic stress, anxiety, depression, and their consequences. Dealing promptly with psychological problems may prevent long-lasting emotional and behavioral disorders that can be harder to treat, particularly in children. I assist couples, families, children, and adults by identifying and controlling the stresses, past or present, that result in problems of behavior, emotion, & thought.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 870-3260
Stowe, Vermont 05672
Barry N Waterson, Psychologist  in Bradford
“What seems to help people most is not changing thoughts or behaviors, or problem solving help, but rather to form a trusted alliance with a therapist who can gently but insistently help them to see and know their own defenses, repetitions and blind spots. Many individuals need a therapist who can listen patiently and give them time to develop trust and open up to their inner world of needs and wishes. When emotional problems come from a long history of hurtful and traumatic relationships, defenses that were once necessary for survival can get in the way of finding satisfaction in life.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 546-0062
Bradford, Vermont 05033
Lawrence Lee Gardner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berlin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW
“I have been working in a clinical capacity to include individual,group and family therapy, providing assessments and crisis intervention since my early 20's. I have served in administrative/supervisory capacity as well as in clinical roles. My approach is eclectic and I have been influenced by Existential,Experiential and Humanistic theorists. I find the concept of fostering growth and change exciting and rewarding. I am as energized by the process today as when I began 30 years ago.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 760-7946
Berlin, Vermont 05602
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
InnerWell Center for Couples Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brattleboro
“InnerWell Center for Couples Therapy is a specialty center focused on helping couples create -- or rebuild -- healthy, connected, loving relationships. We are a group of experienced, dedicated relationship therapists with advanced training and expertise in how to help couples get unstuck from negative patterns and make positive lasting changes towards lasting and nourishing connection. With warmth, compassion and a healthy dose of humor, we draw from the latest research in adult love relationships to help you and your partner come home to the best in yourselves and each other.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 231-2550
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
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
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, and adolescents. Sometimes it can be difficult to commit to change, or to seek help. It's my hope we'll form a trusted connection and working relationship and that you'll feel successful as you achieve the goal(s) you set for yourself in therapy. 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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 750-0540
Renee L Schulze, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have been working in the field of mental health since 1987. I moved to VT in 2002 from CT where I had worked for 14 years as a therapist in state facilities for the Department of Children and Families, the Department of Mental Health and the Department of Corrections. I have treated people with all forms of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, mood disorders, PTSD, ADHD ,eating disorders and employment issues. I believe that people can feel better emotionally and I work with them to be the best that they can be.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 789-8467
Newbury, Vermont 05051
Marjorie R Crowe, MSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Randolph
“I strive to support people in cultivating self-compassion and to contact the resources inside that help us stay with emotions until they're resolved. These skills contribute to improved emotional, physical and spiritual health and to improved relationships with ourselves and others. I am most effective with people who already have or want to have more body awareness, people who want to resolve deep unresolved issues and feelings; and people who have a spiritual orientation and desire for person growth.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 589-4720
Randolph, Vermont 05060
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
Valerie Racine, Counselor  in Brattleboro
“Accepting Referrals! Are you wishing to connect more with others? Do you feel detached from your partner? Are you experiencing anxiety or grief due to losses? Are you struggling with parenting or connecting with your child? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, it may be time to investigate how to improve these challenges. Over the years, my focus has developed into an insight-oriented, strength and relationship-based approach. I incorporate the most up-to-date neuroscience research, mind-body awareness and self-regulation techniques that support families, couples, individuals, and adolescents in achieving their goals
Marriage Counseling
(802) 532-4291
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
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
Stephanie L Churchill, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Johnsbury
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MAMFT
“Everyone in a relationship experiences bumps in the road from time to time. I enjoy working with couples and families to help them smooth out those bumps and to improve the communication and intimacy in their relationship(s). I provide a relaxed atmosphere and lots of humor to help people reconnect with the people who are important in their lives. I am focused on strengths and will focus on what is going WELL in your life!
Marriage Counseling
(802) 731-1893
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
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“For over 20 years, I have enjoyed working with children, adolescents and their families to improve relationships, overcome the effects of complex trauma, and foster healthy attachments between children and parents. I have significant experience with Dyadic Developmental Therapy, an attachment theory developed by Dr. Daniel Hughes, as well as training in Trauma-Focused CBT. With children, a directive, supportive and playful approach is used to overcome shame and fear. I also treat adults with a range of issues, including depression, anxiety and personality disorders. Meeting clients where they are is important to healing emotional wounds and building confidence in personal decision making.
Marriage Counseling
(603) 237-1438
Michael Checkoff, Psychologist  in Montpelier
“As a mature professional, with many years of practice and supervising others in diverse settings, I deeply understand the myriad types of dilemmas that can strike us as we continue to carry on our lives. Because emotional difficulties that befall us are not as visible as physical ones does not mean they are any less painful. I'm aware that we often need help in overcoming or at least in having them not interfere with our functioning and ability to find contentment in our lives.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 221-4812
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Heidi L. Thompson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Montpelier
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 245-3666
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
David F Levingston, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brattleboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I help individuals and couples who want to improve the quality of their relationships - to others and to themselves. I help people who want to communicate better, who want to listen to and understand their partner better, and who want to get more of a handle on their reactions. I also work with individuals who want to feel less stressed, who want to feel better about who they are, who want more clarity, and who know that a greater sense of fulfillment and peace is possible.
Marriage Counseling
(415) 717-0918
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
Barbara Lewis, Counselor  in Essex Junction
“Sometimes the challenges we all face can feel very overwhelming. If you want to make a change in your life or your relationship I can help you create the steps that will take you there. You will define the goals we work on. I have a special interest in helping people with anxiety issues and also couples who want to keep their relationship healthy, or want to learn ways to make it healthy again. My style allows for a quick and comfortable connection with people I am working with that helps to build trust quickly and establish goals for change.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 277-3701 x5
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Marriage Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for marriage counseling in Vermont (VT) or for a Vermont (VT) marriage counselor these professionals provide marriage counseling services. They include marriage and family counselors in Vermont (VT) (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 Vermont (VT) or for a Vermont (VT) marriage counsellor who provides marriage counselling services in Vermont (VT). They include marriage for couples.

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

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