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Pamela Formica, Counselor  in Burlington
“Would you like to feel more connected to yourself, others and the world you live in? Sometimes difficult moods, thoughts or circumstances seem to take over our lives and it's hard to remember what it's like to feel fully alive. I work with individuals and couples to help them access more of themselves to alleviate feelings of anxiety and depression and to cope better with stress.
(802) 277-3296
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Avery Phillips Lee,   in Burlington
“People often seek therapy because they are suffering and want to feel better. Perhaps you are overwhelmed with worry and stress or are struggling to feel anything at all. Maybe you wish for better relationships with people in your life, a sense of meaning and clarity of what you value, or a deeper understanding of and connection to what you hold dear. I can help you connect to yourself and others and learn new ways to manage overwhelming thoughts and feelings.
(802) 651-7674
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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
Elizabeth Flynn-Campbell, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Burlington
“I'm a licensed and published psychoanalyst (NPAP-New York) and can help you look deeply at the origins of your pain, conflicts and confusion so you can experience more peace and satisfaction with yourself, your relationships and your work. I believe change is always possible, and understand it takes courage to ask for help. My approach will help you remember who you are and what you need to resolve in order to thrive. I will listen deeply, and provide insight, direction and support to help you recognize and overcome self defeating patterns and build on your particular strengths.
(802) 490-3960
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
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: to learn more about my experience and the services I provide (click tab to the left).
(802) 468-7420
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Emiry S Potter, Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LCMHC, LADC, NCC
“I utilize a non-judgmental and collaborative approach to assist people in increasing their self-knowledge to create positive change.
(802) 858-4998
Burlington, Vermont 05401
John Roberts, Counselor  in Burlington
“I believe that our mental health 'symptoms' are often our psyche's way of calling us to a different way of living. Each struggle in our lives is an opportunity for self-awareness and personal growth. Through many years of experience, I have developed an integrated approach utilizing the best practices in the field of psychotherapy. My approach adapts to the uniqueness of each individual and their own personal story, beliefs and interests. The foundation of my work is the development of a meaningful, trusting relationship with my clients.
(802) 328-0327
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Chloe Nathan  in Burlington
“I work with individuals who are experiencing a range of issues, including anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, grief, relationship issues, and spiritual concerns. Underlying my work is the belief that each person possesses an innate capacity to grow and heal, and that a safe, warm and compassionate therapeutic environment can facilitate this process. I collaborate with clients to ease suffering in the present, while also developing insight, perspective and skills that contribute to long-term healing and sustained growth.
(802) 277-3793
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
Annie M Condon, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Burlington
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCMHC, LADC
“Do you have questions or concerns about your drinking or drug use, or perhaps that of someone else? Have recent events in your life caused you to be sad, confused, or feeling alone? I can provide you with a safe and accepting environment with which to explore these uncomfortable feelings. Together we will make a plan to help you eliminate the shame and secrecy which may keep you from thriving. I will help you to communicate about your beliefs and behaviors in an inquisitive, non-judgemental manner which will aid you in fully realizing your potential.
(802) 560-3092
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Kate Longmaid, Psychologist  in Burlington
“As a doctoral-level psychologist, certified creativity coach, and artist, I bring a unique blend of skills and over 20 years experience to helping individuals create more vibrant and fulfilling lives. By developing awareness and getting to know ourselves deeply, we are freed up to live the life we choose rather than being held hostage to depression, anxiety, fear, and old patterns that no longer serve us. Working from an integrative, collaborative orientation, I support clients in translating insight into action to make positive changes in their lives and relationships.
(802) 222-0020
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Lisa J Condon, Psychologist  in Burlington
“People typically come to see me when they feel anxious, depressed, stressed out, or stuck. I find that what distresses people most is not their actual feelings, but their reaction to their feelings. I work with clients to help them be more compassionate with themselves, so that they can develop a sense of curiosity and acceptance toward their experiences. As people become curious about why they feel the way they do, they are able to see their situation in a new light, and can come up with new solutions.
(802) 444-0451
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Caroline O'Connor, Counselor  in Burlington
“I work with individuals and couples who are interested in deepening their understanding of themselves, their relationships, and their patterns. I offer guidance and support with relational issues, anxiety, depression, personal transitions, suppressed creativity & vitality, and body image & eating issues. While working together, we may focus on feelings, thought processes, and physical sensations, in order to support positive relationships, emotional health, and increased awareness & empowerment.
(802) 373-4422
Burlington, Vermont 05401
William Davenport  in Burlington
“I am a witness and a co-creator. I work to help individuals understand their own internal complexity and relate what is discovered to the larger human system, creating the foundations for empowerment and meaning. Using the container of the therapeutic relationship, the roots of distress and dysfunction are unearthed at a pace set by the client. I strive to accept people where they are at and respect their right to be the experts on themselves. My framework includes the realms of emotion, thought, body-based, and spiritual/existential concerns as experienced both internally and in the social context.
(802) 428-4304
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Julie D Reville, Counselor  in Burlington
“If you consult with me, you might have a problem that is negatively affecting your life. This problem can result in thinking or acting in ways that are not preferable for you, or that negatively affect your relationships with others. I invite you to explore talents, abilities and strengths that may have been hidden by the difficult problem(s). Together, we re-discover your preferred experiences in your life, and your hopes, dreams and wishes. Retelling these experiences and stories, and discussing strategies for change often helps you uncover ways you can overcome the problem and live a happier life.
(802) 387-0333
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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.
(802) 275-5238
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Sarah E. Sears, Counselor  in Burlington
“Find your unique life path. Learn strategies to stay your chosen course. I am grounded in an existential theoretic orientation that guides me to curiously question how you are making meaning in your life. I believe through increased self-awareness and increased awareness of available choices, that you can make empowereing and satisfying choices.
(802) 275-4788
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Jessica Willis, Psychologist  in Burlington
“Sometimes we need help when faced with painful, overwhelming emotions. Talking with a therapist can have a profound impact on healing, confidence, 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. I believe in the power of mutual trust and respect and will work to provide the balance of directive guidance and empowerment as you to learn to rely on your own inner strength.
(802) 278-4511
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
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