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Wesley Wolter, Counselor
Counselor, MS, MA, LCMHC , LADC, RYT200
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello, I'm Wesley and am the founder of Milldale Farm Center for Wellness. Developing a safe and trusting relationship is a first and foremost goal in my practice. I offer an eclectic and empowering approach for group and individual treatment of addictions, trauma and other mental health challenges. In my practice, I serve all beings, of all ages, offering psychotherapy for a wide spectrum of social, spiritual and emotional challenges. Consultation addressing behavioral and trauma related challenges for a wide spectrum of mental health concerns are provided. Trauma informed yoga and EMDR treatment for trauma related challenges are offered."
(802) 613-0309
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"Hello, I'm Wesley and am the founder of Milldale Farm Center for Wellness. Developing a safe and trusting relationship is a first and foremost goal in my practice. I offer an eclectic and empowering approach for group and individual treatment of addictions, trauma and other mental health challenges. In my practice, I serve all beings, of all ages, offering psychotherapy for a wide spectrum of social, spiritual and emotional challenges. Consultation addressing behavioral and trauma related challenges for a wide spectrum of mental health concerns are provided. Trauma informed yoga and EMDR treatment for trauma related challenges are offered."
Molly Barber, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I offer compassionate, down-to-earth counseling in which I strive to build a collaborative therapeutic relationship. Through gentle curiosity of one's internal experience (thoughts, feelings, body sensations, and five sense perception) the client can have a more complete, accurate and honest present moment experience of themselves, creating more self awareness, self responsiveness, compassion, trust, and authentic expression. My therapeutic style tends toward interactive, while collaborating with the client to guide the process at a safe pace. I work from a strength-based model that views individuals as having an innate capacity toward growth and health."
(802) 659-0779
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"I offer compassionate, down-to-earth counseling in which I strive to build a collaborative therapeutic relationship. Through gentle curiosity of one's internal experience (thoughts, feelings, body sensations, and five sense perception) the client can have a more complete, accurate and honest present moment experience of themselves, creating more self awareness, self responsiveness, compassion, trust, and authentic expression. My therapeutic style tends toward interactive, while collaborating with the client to guide the process at a safe pace. I work from a strength-based model that views individuals as having an innate capacity toward growth and health."
Angele Paul, Psychologist
Psychologist, LPM
Verified by Psychology Today
"CURRENT OPENINGS AVAILABLE. I believe that therapy is most effective when it is empathic, collaborative, non-judgemental and non-pathologizing. I am deeply interested in the uniqueness of each human being who comes to me. By talking together in ways which nurture curiosity, compassion and insight we will look at what troubles you, what brings you hope, and which patterns of thinking/feeling/being you are engaging in that are not serving you well now."
(802) 992-1833
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"CURRENT OPENINGS AVAILABLE. I believe that therapy is most effective when it is empathic, collaborative, non-judgemental and non-pathologizing. I am deeply interested in the uniqueness of each human being who comes to me. By talking together in ways which nurture curiosity, compassion and insight we will look at what troubles you, what brings you hope, and which patterns of thinking/feeling/being you are engaging in that are not serving you well now."
Chanon Watters, Counselor
Counselor, LCMHC, LADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Making positive changes in life can feel overwhelming but can be easier with the support of a counselor. I am an experienced clinician and I have assisted people through some incredibly difficult periods. My goal is to help you create a healthy and enjoyable life by identifying and developing your strengths and supports, enhance your ability to emotionally manage life's ups and downs, improve relationships with loved ones, and enhance your self-esteem. My office is located within walking distance of the University of Vermont and Champlain college."
(802) 746-4411
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"Making positive changes in life can feel overwhelming but can be easier with the support of a counselor. I am an experienced clinician and I have assisted people through some incredibly difficult periods. My goal is to help you create a healthy and enjoyable life by identifying and developing your strengths and supports, enhance your ability to emotionally manage life's ups and downs, improve relationships with loved ones, and enhance your self-esteem. My office is located within walking distance of the University of Vermont and Champlain college."
Gypsy M Lew, Counselor
Counselor, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My clinical work has consisted of treating a variety of clients with different backgrounds, experiences, and concerns. I am particularly interested in developing goals with you, and/or your child, that are relevant to your current situation that can help you and/or your child move forward in an effective and healthy manner. I have experience with treating interpersonal relationship problems, anxiety, depression, self-esteem concerns, family of origin issues, and grief and loss. I work with children, families, adolescents, and adults in a therapeutic environment. Additionally, I have an extensive background utilizing Therapeutic Play with children of all ages."
(802) 465-4115
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"My clinical work has consisted of treating a variety of clients with different backgrounds, experiences, and concerns. I am particularly interested in developing goals with you, and/or your child, that are relevant to your current situation that can help you and/or your child move forward in an effective and healthy manner. I have experience with treating interpersonal relationship problems, anxiety, depression, self-esteem concerns, family of origin issues, and grief and loss. I work with children, families, adolescents, and adults in a therapeutic environment. Additionally, I have an extensive background utilizing Therapeutic Play with children of all ages."
Frank P Barth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MDiv
Verified by Psychology Today
"After 37 years of life and training in metropolitan New York I moved to rural Vermont, engaging with the seasonal cycles and the issues my neighbors confront. As a Jungian Analyst I am very well suited to treat clients who find themselves in the dark and perhaps unanticipated aspects of life. End of life issues, anger management dynamics, substance abuse, all have a certain symmetry and common ground. The dark, shadowy elements of life are invited into the light most readily by objective empathic analytic engagement. I am able to bring this to my new community, to my Vermont practice."
(646) 681-1039
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"After 37 years of life and training in metropolitan New York I moved to rural Vermont, engaging with the seasonal cycles and the issues my neighbors confront. As a Jungian Analyst I am very well suited to treat clients who find themselves in the dark and perhaps unanticipated aspects of life. End of life issues, anger management dynamics, substance abuse, all have a certain symmetry and common ground. The dark, shadowy elements of life are invited into the light most readily by objective empathic analytic engagement. I am able to bring this to my new community, to my Vermont practice."
Paul R Foster, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ED.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm interested in working with Adolescents, Children & their families, Adults and Senior Adults. I also work with clients with addiction issues and with a trauma history"
(844) 209-2188
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"I'm interested in working with Adolescents, Children & their families, Adults and Senior Adults. I also work with clients with addiction issues and with a trauma history"
Christine Grace Frances, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCMHC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I welcome all clients. I believe that awareness of your feelings and your behaviors that result from them is vital to the success of the journey you choose to take with me. Walking with you, I will provide comfort and often a clearer understanding to you. The therapy takes place at your pace. Your safety and sense of calm is always assured, as is your confidentiality. I have experience working with adults, couples, adolescents and children."
(802) 715-1454
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"I welcome all clients. I believe that awareness of your feelings and your behaviors that result from them is vital to the success of the journey you choose to take with me. Walking with you, I will provide comfort and often a clearer understanding to you. The therapy takes place at your pace. Your safety and sense of calm is always assured, as is your confidentiality. I have experience working with adults, couples, adolescents and children."
Newbury Family Counseling Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, BCD
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
(802) 789-8467
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"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."
Jane F Young, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Helping people to rediscover their innate goodness and power is central to my work. I am particularly drawn to work with women in transition and survivors of abuse and traumatic stress."
(802) 735-0396
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"Helping people to rediscover their innate goodness and power is central to my work. I am particularly drawn to work with women in transition and survivors of abuse and traumatic stress."
Holly Ann Wakefield, Counselor
Counselor, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all have the potential to heal ourselves, to have positive relationships, and to have a greater sense of wellbeing. As a therapist I hope to support you to gain a better understanding of what is getting in your way or holding you back from attaining your goals."
(802) 671-4346
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"We all have the potential to heal ourselves, to have positive relationships, and to have a greater sense of wellbeing. As a therapist I hope to support you to gain a better understanding of what is getting in your way or holding you back from attaining your goals."
Coleen Lawlor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, SPP
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach is based on the idea that people have the capacity to change and heal within themselves and that the process of therapy facilitates healing and wanted growth. I enjoy working with people to help them find what works best for them. I work to create an enviornment and relationship that supports the person in this process. I also value professional education so that I am able to provide evidence based, current treatment to my clients."
(802) 473-3266
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"My approach is based on the idea that people have the capacity to change and heal within themselves and that the process of therapy facilitates healing and wanted growth. I enjoy working with people to help them find what works best for them. I work to create an enviornment and relationship that supports the person in this process. I also value professional education so that I am able to provide evidence based, current treatment to my clients."
Jessa Carpenter, Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all have our own story. We all go through events in our lives that make holes in our hearts. Sometimes those holes heal over time, and sometimes those holes needs some extra time and attention in order to mend. I believe people are the experts of their own lives therefore my goal in therapy is to build a supportive relationship with that person. The relationship will be based on care, trust, empathy and genuiness, to allow sharing of their sensitive struggles."
(802) 823-1045
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"We all have our own story. We all go through events in our lives that make holes in our hearts. Sometimes those holes heal over time, and sometimes those holes needs some extra time and attention in order to mend. I believe people are the experts of their own lives therefore my goal in therapy is to build a supportive relationship with that person. The relationship will be based on care, trust, empathy and genuiness, to allow sharing of their sensitive struggles."
Patricia M Corrigan, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"In my 38 years of experience as a licensed therapist, working with individuals and couples, I've learned that we all want understanding, respect, and love. We want fulfillment, meaning, and happiness, individually, and in our relationships. Psychotherapy can help us develop the insights and skills we need to understand, respect, and love ourselves and others. We can change worn out, old habits, build resilience, and become more of who we long to be."
(603) 931-3447
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"In my 38 years of experience as a licensed therapist, working with individuals and couples, I've learned that we all want understanding, respect, and love. We want fulfillment, meaning, and happiness, individually, and in our relationships. Psychotherapy can help us develop the insights and skills we need to understand, respect, and love ourselves and others. We can change worn out, old habits, build resilience, and become more of who we long to be."
Psychologist, PhD, MS
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a neuropsychologist, trained to evaluate individuals throughout the lifespan. Training fellowships at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Tufts Hospital. Current practice primarily assessing learning and other neuropsychological issues in children and adolescents; post concussive and TBI related issues; assessing normal aging v minor cognitive or other disorders and developing treatment/intervention plans. Currently engaged in multiple research activities. Forensic neuropsychological evaluations also conducted. Harvard Medical School faculty."
(802) 992-8173
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"I am a neuropsychologist, trained to evaluate individuals throughout the lifespan. Training fellowships at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Tufts Hospital. Current practice primarily assessing learning and other neuropsychological issues in children and adolescents; post concussive and TBI related issues; assessing normal aging v minor cognitive or other disorders and developing treatment/intervention plans. Currently engaged in multiple research activities. Forensic neuropsychological evaluations also conducted. Harvard Medical School faculty."
Linda Patterson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that times of transition or crisis, though frequently painful and disorienting, offer us powerful opportunities for adaptation and healing. I believe we have a fundamental need for connection, for being truly heard and for feeling effective and valued. Whether you are 25, 85 or somewhere in between, I offer you a place to safely explore your needs and challenges. My clients describe my style as honest, engaged, compassionate and respectful. From my work in urban and rural settings, within a variety of socio-economic communities, I have developed a profound belief in everyone's capacity for positive change."
(802) 765-2602
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"I believe that times of transition or crisis, though frequently painful and disorienting, offer us powerful opportunities for adaptation and healing. I believe we have a fundamental need for connection, for being truly heard and for feeling effective and valued. Whether you are 25, 85 or somewhere in between, I offer you a place to safely explore your needs and challenges. My clients describe my style as honest, engaged, compassionate and respectful. From my work in urban and rural settings, within a variety of socio-economic communities, I have developed a profound belief in everyone's capacity for positive change."
Jessica Webster, Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I strive to provide an open, safe and respectful place for individual's to begin, or continue, working on their recovery efforts. My approach is to work collaboratively with individual's to facilitate person-centered strengths based therapy in order to help them accomplish their goals. I utilize a variety of therapy modalities to help with this process."
(802) 865-3450 x939
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"I strive to provide an open, safe and respectful place for individual's to begin, or continue, working on their recovery efforts. My approach is to work collaboratively with individual's to facilitate person-centered strengths based therapy in order to help them accomplish their goals. I utilize a variety of therapy modalities to help with this process."
Gary Mitchell, Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS, LADC, ICGC-1, MAC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that all individuals are deserving of a fresh start and a chance to live a fulfilling life. However, addictions, such as substance abuse, alcohol and gambling, and the accompanying mental health issues, can develop into significant barriers; robbing an individual of hope. I utilize a holistic, person centered approach, providing a trusting and supportive environment which affords a client the opportunity to explore the many complexities of their life. With over ten years focusing on addictions/co-occurring disorders I have developed an understanding of the unique set of challenges that the individual faces."
(802) 461-4724
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"I believe that all individuals are deserving of a fresh start and a chance to live a fulfilling life. However, addictions, such as substance abuse, alcohol and gambling, and the accompanying mental health issues, can develop into significant barriers; robbing an individual of hope. I utilize a holistic, person centered approach, providing a trusting and supportive environment which affords a client the opportunity to explore the many complexities of their life. With over ten years focusing on addictions/co-occurring disorders I have developed an understanding of the unique set of challenges that the individual faces."
Nick Doolittle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is about healing. It's about bringing careful attention to emotional wounds (both old and new) and working with the difficult mental/emotional patterns that interfere with our ability to be healthy and happy. In my practice, I create a client-centered, safe, and confidential environment that makes this work both possible and rewarding. I participate fully in the client's process, holding the space that can allow healing to occur. Most would describe my style as interactive and relational. Depending on the client and presenting need, my treatment modality ranges between Cognitive-Behavioral, mindfulness-based, and psychodynamic."
(724) 987-5643
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"Therapy is about healing. It's about bringing careful attention to emotional wounds (both old and new) and working with the difficult mental/emotional patterns that interfere with our ability to be healthy and happy. In my practice, I create a client-centered, safe, and confidential environment that makes this work both possible and rewarding. I participate fully in the client's process, holding the space that can allow healing to occur. Most would describe my style as interactive and relational. Depending on the client and presenting need, my treatment modality ranges between Cognitive-Behavioral, mindfulness-based, and psychodynamic."
Hilde Hyde, Counselor
Counselor, LCMHC, LADC, MAC
Verified by Psychology Today
"For those seeking support for mental health challenges or addictions (perhaps with legal entanglements or wanting to work on getting your driver's license back), my approach offers non-judgmental active listening and feedback so the client knows they are being heard. I give them the space to tell me what they can about their struggles and goals. In addition to supportive problem solving, I work with clients to identify strengths and passions so they can begin building their self-care skills. These skills can be empowering to make meaningful change in their life. "
(802) 478-8137
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"For those seeking support for mental health challenges or addictions (perhaps with legal entanglements or wanting to work on getting your driver's license back), my approach offers non-judgmental active listening and feedback so the client knows they are being heard. I give them the space to tell me what they can about their struggles and goals. In addition to supportive problem solving, I work with clients to identify strengths and passions so they can begin building their self-care skills. These skills can be empowering to make meaningful change in their life. "

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