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Behavioral Issues Therapists in Vermont (VT)

Sally Edith, Marriage & Family Therapist  in South Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMHC
“I enjoy working with people from diverse backgrounds, supporting them to make thoughtful choices leading to healthy actions regarding: * Managing feelings and moods * Healing from the effects of trauma *Changing stuck behavioral patterns * Adjusting to loss--- of a loved one, a job *Increasing a sense of well being and worth *Working with others with compassion and respect * Increasing self-confidence and self-esteem * Maintaining stability through life's transitions and changes * Growing health and well being * Changing one's relationship with substances or food.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 448-1508 x301
Gillian J Ireland, Counselor  in Saint Albans
“My motto is: "LIFE IS AN ADVENTURE". I have worked in the Mental Health field across many settings and with all age groups. As the years pass and my experience deepens, I find that my approach is leaning more and more towards Positive Psychology. While I am skilled and knowledgeable about how to help solve problems, work through issues and reduce symptoms, I also feel that it is my job to help people to access the strengths and assets that they already have or can develop to help them towards healing.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 327-0087
Saint Albans, Vermont 05478
“My primary client base consists of children, adolescents, young adults, families and parents. I focus primarily on working with clients to identify strategies to manage the life events that are difficult for them. I use a cognitive behavioral framework to help develop concrete skills while providing a supportive and collaborative relationship with clients and families.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 428-4362
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
Christopher Steller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Calais
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MA
“My goal in all my work with all my different clients is to help them better understand themselves, their lives and their struggles. With honesty, compassion, warmth, humor and respect, as well as my own insights and knowledge gained from my work and my life, I help people more fully become who they wish to be. Whether their issues are behavioral, emotional, relational or involving more specific challenges, I use different strategies from different disciplines to assist my clients in reaching their goals.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 231-2327
Calais, Vermont 05648
“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.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 275-4495
Norwich, Vermont 05055
Kelly Wheaton, Psychologist  in Norwich
“I am a Clinical Psychologist on the faculty at Dartmouth's Geisel School of Medicine. After completing my postdoctoral fellowship at Dartmouth, I joined Hanover Psychiatry where I specialize in the care of young children, adolescents, and families. I have extensive training and experience in the treatment of a broad range of childhood psychopathology, including anxiety, depression, disruptive behaviors, trauma related disorders, and developmental and learning challenges. Additional areas of special interest and expertise include healthy adjustment to parental divorce, the birth of siblings, and adoption, grief and loss, and health concerns, including weight, sleep, and toileting.
Behavioral Issues
(603) 326-3007
Office is near:
Norwich, Vermont 05055
Susan Elizabeth Wooldridge, Counselor  in Berlin
“"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.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 760-7946
Berlin, Vermont 05602
Nicole Raymond Krotinger, Counselor  in Waitsfield
“I offer counseling services for children, adolescents, families, and adults. I have experience treating a broad range of emotional and behavioral difficulties. My practice is founded on trust, compassion, warmth and humor. I am a strengths-based therapist, offering psychotherapy and play therapy. I also provide neurofeedback training for specific ailments such as anxiety or attentional issues. Insurance Accepted/Sliding scale.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 279-3154
Waitsfield, Vermont 05673
Joseph Saginor, Psychologist  in Norwich
“My practice focuses on couple and individual therapy and includes in equal proportion women and men. I work collaboratively with clients as they increase self awareness, explore relationships, and find solutions to the challenges they face. I encourage an attitude of curiosity and looking at problems from new perspectives.
Behavioral Issues
(603) 329-3738
Office is near:
Norwich, Vermont 05055
Susan Franzblau,   in Highgate Center
“My clients come to me because they want to change behaviors that are blocking them from living their lives to the fullest. Many of my clients suffer from some forms of anxiety including panic attacks, fears and phobias, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I see many people with sleep problems who are caught in a vicious cycle of being too stressed to sleep only to have the lack of sleep cause even more stress. Besides using hypnotherapy for motivation, weight loss, and smoking cessation, I also work with people who have creative blocks.
Behavioral Issues
(310) 801-2304
Jeff Scannell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Montpelier
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 279-9407
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Becky Coburn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC
“There are primarily three qualities that characterize my approach to therapy: interactive, systems focused and change oriented. From my perspective, therapy is about me and you (or you and your family) coming together to develop insight about what's not working right now in your life and developing new strategies or approaches that ease distress and suffering. Because we all live in communities and within family systems, exploring how we related to those systems and how they relate to us, supports us in better understanding and better navigating our lives.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 864-4400
Kristin Mitchell, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Middlebury
“It's often difficult to reach out for help when you most need it, and it can be hard to speak with someone you've never met about personal issues. On the other hand, it can be easier to do with a person who is a trained, neutral professional. I can be objective and understanding in a way that well-meaning friends and family often cannot. My work with couples, individual adults or the younger population, begins in a friendly, professional manner whereby we move towards knowing each other better. A rapport between us is essential in accomplishing our work.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 526-2067
Middlebury, Vermont 05753
Casey Goldman, Counselor  in Burlington
“I am an advance-trained clinical hypnotherapist and LCMHC. I have personally experienced the healing and growth that comes from using clinical hypnotherapy within a supportive therapeutic milieu. I find the accelerated, effective results from clinical hypnosis very impressive and enjoy helping others heal and actualize change with this powerful technique. I approach counseling from a client-centered perspective, meet people where they are at, and help them get to where they want to be without judgement or pressure.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 731-9577
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Benjamin Welch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Barre
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC
“Sometimes we all need a little help. Whether it is working through complex emotional issues or getting the counseling you need to handle a legal issue. My approach is client centered, meaning that I take the time to assess your needs and goals. From there, we formulate a plan and move toward reducing your symptoms and achieving your goals.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 635-5797
Barre, Vermont 05641
David C Hamilton, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Burlington
“I'm a Swiss-trained Jungian Analyst (www.jungiananalystvt.com). I view the analytic encounter as a deep and soulful collaboration within which we examine the origins, patterns and futility of disruptive unconscious complexes and behaviors while working to strengthen the soul's authentic, meaning-making, imaginative capability - what James Hillman termed the "poetic basis of mind". To facilitate this process, I aspire to create an environment of trust and confidence in which we engage the psyche, where one's inner world of thoughts, feelings, images, fantasies & dreams can be fully expressed, explored and reflected upon with compassion & without judgment.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 431-0904
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Jennifer L. Kerns  in Burlington
“I work with individuals and couples who want to reconnect with their sense of authenticity and personal authority, and find the courage to fully embody their truth in the world. My therapeutic style is grounded in first forming an authentic and honest connection with you. From there, we will sift and sort through areas of your life experience that may hold you back, close you down, set you off, or shape your reality or views in ways that prevent you from being more of your authentic self and living whole-heartedly-- in an open & receptive connection to yourself and others.
Behavioral Issues
(781) 708-0219
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Matt Schibley, Counselor  in Brattleboro
“Thank you for taking the time to look at my profile on Psychology Today. Generally I see clients in the afternoon and evening hours, with only a few openings at this time. I have experience working with adolescents, adults and families. I look forward to talking with you about how I can help.
Behavioral Issues
(603) 728-4180
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
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.
Behavioral Issues
(802) 797-4054
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Milton J Marasch, Psychologist  in Shelburne
“Providing doctoral level psychological services to adults and older adults since 1992. Conditions treated include anxiety, depression, anger management, grief/bereavement, life transition difficulties, relationship, and physical health problems. Psychological testing services (personality or cognitive/capacity testing) are offered as well. Providing services for all genders, faiths, and orientations. LICENSE: Psychologist-Doctorate (VT).
Behavioral Issues
(802) 560-4845
Shelburne, Vermont 05482
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