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Therapists in Burlington

Aleta Vail, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Burlington
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Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Dr. Aleta Vail has been a licensed marriage/family therapist for over 30 years. Dr. Vail is preparing for licensure in Vermont as a psychologist-doctorate. She especially enjoys working with adults and couples (including same-sex couples). She has expertise in mood and anxiety disorders, significant life transitions, grief and loss, spiritual issues, trauma and the psychological impact of medical issues. She is certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
(802) 923-3355
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Aimee I. Gaffney, Psychologist  in Burlington
“I have been in practice for over 28 years. I work with individuals and couples offering help to grow a confident and secure sense of self, helping to resolve issues with depression and anxiety disorders, relationship and interpersonal issues, stressors and life transitions such as divorce, work and career goals, and loss and grief . I am an SEP providing expertise in healing trauma through Somatic Experiencing developed by Dr. Peter Levine and have a body/ sensory- motor oriented practice helping people work toward self regulation, mindfulness and well being.
(802) 779-0595
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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.
(802) 731-9577
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Jessica Willis, Psychologist  in Burlington
“Working with a therapist can have a profound impact on healing, self-awareness, creativity, and resilience. Many brain imaging studies show that talk therapy is as effective as medication in reshaping the neural pathways that make up our thoughts and beliefs. It is often a shift in perspective that can transform a difficult situation.
(802) 278-4511
Burlington, Vermont 05401
David Huesman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC
“Life is difficult at times, and the way we relate to our lives can either promote growth or cause suffering. Psychotherapy can help you discover ways to mindfully cultivate practices which promote health and growth, while reducing habitual patterns that cause continued suffering. Together we will address personal, relational, mental health or substance abuse problems that you find important. As your therapist I will provide support, diagnostic information, feedback, referrals as needed, and a safe space for your confidential disclosure. Please remember that psychotherapy is a challenging process based on communication and a deepening level of trust.
(802) 276-4280
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Betsy Cook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My clinical work has consisted of treating a variety of clients with different backgrounds and concerns. I am particularly interested and experienced in treating interpersonal relationship problems, self-esteem concerns, family of origin issues, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, substance abuse, codependency and LGBTQ issues. I enjoy facilitating individual and couples therapy with adults. As a compassionate, yet assertive clinician, I work with clients to meet self-identified goals. I view myself more as a guide and mentor than expert. My clients have described me as "down to earth" and "personable."
(802) 862-6931 x4
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Jennifer L. Kerns  in Burlington
“Are there things on your mind that cause you frustration or confusion, perhaps about life, work, or relationships? When we are unable to fully understand something, it can be difficult to enjoy the present moment or feel resilient. We may seek distractions or quick fixes to cope with our distress, which teaches the mind, heart, and body to engage life in an overly defended, disconnected, or protected way. Left unexplored, these patterns often contribute to an underlying pain or uneasiness that expresses itself in a myriad of symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, anger, or struggles with intimacy.
(781) 708-0219
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Barbara Richmond, Psychologist  in Burlington
“I help people live satisfying lives. People come to see me for various reasons. Those reasons include depression, anxiety, relationships, grief, and trauma. Some people have trouble eating, sleeping, having sex, socializing or keeping their bodies safe from harm. I help people understand what they are feeling and how those feelings are being expressed.
(802) 821-4599
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Louise Stormes, Counselor  in Burlington
“Do you want to feel better about yourself, unload stress, gain confidence, improve your mood, or stop having the same old arguments? Change is possible and chances are therapy can help. My style is compassionate and curious. My clients feel accepted and understood. I help them increase self-awareness and learn the skills they need to start living life in a way they feel good about. I use a variety of techniques according to the unique situations, preferences and concerns of each.
(802) 858-5004 x1
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Carolyn Crotty, Art Therapist  in Burlington
“Do you have a child or teen struggling at school or at home? Are issues of anxiety, bullying or other challenges causing discontent? I believe my approach of community based art therapy can help. I aim to use creative expression and our surroundings to help you or your child gain awareness of thoughts, feelings and behaviors and to practice skills and strategies for living a joyful life. In these sessions, art becomes another way to communicate as well as a tool for learning about yourself and for relieving stress and anxiety.
(781) 618-4062
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Robert L Keith, Psychologist  in Burlington
“I treat patients with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and OCD spectrum problems. I am a professional member of the International Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Foundation (IOCDF) and a graduate of the IOCDF Behavior Therapy Institute which provides state-of-the-science training and consultation specifically for the treatment of OCD and spectrum disorders. I also enjoy working with people who have Specific Phobias, Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia, and Social Anxiety. I am happy to speak with potential patients by phone to see if I am likely to be able to help.
(802) 490-1029 x321
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Thomas Franco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Depression and bipolar disorder can be very difficult to manage. I specialize in treating depression and bipolar disorder. The coping tools I will share with you during our sessions will help you to feel better and take greater control of your life. I also will support you in your journey of self-realization, regardless of your age.
(802) 461-4237 x435
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Daniel Petrocelli Counseling Services, Counselor  in Burlington
“The willingness to engage in a process, to consider other perspectives alongside of our own, to courageously seek assistance... all cornerstones to positive change. Ultimately, what we think, leads to what we become. For more specific detail please visit my website at: www.dpetrocelli.org to learn more about my experience and the services I provide (click tab to the left).
(802) 468-7420
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Michael L Gilman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“Family experiences shape our functioning in relationships. Understanding the dynamics & patterns used can lead to better self management in relationships, whether in families, marriages, partnerships or in the workplace. As individuals increase self awareness they are better equipped to navigate the challenges presented to them. When individuals put efforts into changing themselves, I believe that interesting and creative ways of addressing challenges begin to emerge. Managing self requires the ability to find ways to step back from the moment to gain a broader perspective, to gather facts, to strengthen one's knowledge, and to think through a plan of action.
(802) 392-4105
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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.
(802) 746-4246
Burlington, Vermont 05401
John Penoyar, Psychologist  in Burlington
“I offer confidential psychotherapy in a safe environment to adults struggling with anxiety, panic, depression, marital/relationship issues, life transitions, loss and spiritual issues.
(802) 323-5474
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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.
(802) 431-0904
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Barbara J Benton, Counselor  in Burlington
“I believe that we come to solutions that are right for us through our own growth process, at our own pace, within respectful and meaningful relationships. Yet in entering relationships we often leave parts of ourselves unseen in the belief that those parts may be unacceptable. For all ages, the counseling relationship can foster a sense that the quality of relationships does matter, and with new learned skills and ways of thinking about the issues, can ultimately lead to renewed feelings of self-worth, clarity, and purpose and to more balanced and fulfilling relationships with family, friends, and co-workers.
(802) 779-9793
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Jennie Kristel, Counselor  in Burlington
“As a registered expressive arts therapist and Reiki Master, I bring a unique blend of skills, and more than 25 years experience, in helping individuals re-frame their life stories and create more fulfilling lives. Using the expressive arts,Dreamwork, Reiki, Narrative and Transpersonal psychologies, I support you in developing the confidence that is needed to see in order to clearly move through the pain and grief of life experience and become an agent of and for change. .At times, when appropriate, I work with my husband and partner Michael Watson,PhD, LCMHC,in sessions. Counseling via Skype is available.
(802) 276-0639
Burlington, Vermont 05408
Michael Belyea, Psychologist  in Burlington
“I am dedicated to helping individuals discover and enhance their own emotional capacities. I work to foster growth in one's sense of self, leading to stronger interpersonal relationships and a more fulfilling life. Through the therapeutic experience of being genuinely understood by another in a safe and honest relationship, individuals develop an increased kindness for themselves and others. They are able to experience a true sense of self-esteem, leading to new ways of relating to others, while developing an increased tolerance for difficult emotions, and transforming destructive patterns in their lives into more satisfying expressions of the self.
(802) 676-4266
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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