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Marriage Counseling Therapists in Vermont (VT)

Ruth Kenrick, M.A., L.I.C.S.W., B.C.D., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brattleboro
“A compassionate, skilled therapist helps you connect to your own inherent wisdom and harness the resilience to thrive. Though life can be hard at times, anguished suffering need not persist. Together, we will build on your capacity to learn and free yourself from stuck patterns or traumas that stop you from enjoying life and engaging with whatever matters most to you.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 466-4198
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
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
Scott Ward, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Therapeutically, I work with individuals who are experiencing personal, family and/or behavior difficulty. These may include children, teens, parents or couples and young adults who for one reason or another are experiencing a higher degree of conflict or stress and find it difficult to manage at this time. My clinical approach is to explore with you your life and the current events that are contribute to coming in for therapy at this time. As we join together we will embark on a journey safely and explore.
Marriage Counseling
(866) 618-5363
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Lisa J Carton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bennington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I embrace a very wholistic approach to working with people, which encompasses exploring all aspects of our selves. Emotional, behavioral, biological/physical/medical, social, and spiritual factors all shape our experiences, and each provide oporrtunities andavenues for change when we desire that to happen.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 433-4510
Bennington, Vermont 05201
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
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
Noah Weinstein  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.
Marriage Counseling
(401) 262-4346
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
David Osgood, Psychologist  in Burlington
“More than 30 years of practice as a psychologist has taught me that true healing arrises within a deep and trusting relationship with each individual, couple and group with whom I work. Our thinking mind is a marvelous tool when it is used appropriately. But the deeper problem is that the thinking mind can keep us locked into our stories of either the past or the future. Much of the work is about exploring ways to become more present in life and release the historic patterns and beliefs that keep us stuck in the illusion of separation from one another.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 859-1207
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Michelle Spaulding, Psychologist  in Saint Albans
“I offer counseling services for adolescents, adults and families. As a therapist, my work is founded on trust, empathy and humor, with a strong belief that the therapeutic relationship itself plays an important role in the healing process. I want to get to know you as a person first and foremost, and believe that having a good understanding of who you are will help me better understand how I can help.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 275-5727
Saint Albans, Vermont 05478
Towanda Geary  in South Burlington
“Welcome to my profile. As a holistic psychotherapist, I help people stuck in fear and anxiety. I believe that understanding, compassion and forgiveness are part of what is helpful for individual growth and the development of our sense of self, and self-esteem. Working with all ages, individuals, couples, families and groups, I have found that being truly heard does change lives. I look forward to working with you as we develop a trusting working alliance where the therapist/client relationship is based on empathy and the knowledge that the healing process is possible through one's own empowerment.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 821-4615
Meredith Harris Ozier,   in Dorset
“My goal as your therapist is to provide a safe, comfortable space to those in need of psychotherapy in a non-judgmental, professional, confidential atmosphere.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 275-4776
Dorset, Vermont 05251
Darlene Duff, Counselor  in Montpelier
“Depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and mental health crises may all manifest as means of focusing our attention on the need for change. At such times, these challenges present themselves as guideposts to opportunities for finding a different path.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 595-9490
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.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 376-1276
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
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
PJ Desrochers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Montpelier
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in state of Vermont who has been practicing therapy in private practice for the past seven years. I truly love working in therapeutic relationship with people of all ages, abilities, economic status, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, gender expression, and cultural backgrounds. I believe in partnering with you to attune, tend to, and accept all aspects of who you are, how you live, and then some.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 851-5955
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
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) 872-7645
Colchester, Vermont 05446
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,
Marriage Counseling
(802) 448-1673
Barre, Vermont 05641
Rosalie Schneider  in South Burlington
“I believe anyone can obtain the help they need, whether it be for depression, dealing with trauma/PTSD, loss and grief, parenting, couple and family struggles, career and life changes, divorce, or the difficult challenges of everyday life. I focus on the client's strengths to increased awareness of untapped potential and positive capabilities, which we all possess.
Marriage Counseling
(802) 461-4236
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
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
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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).