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Logan Hegg, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Psychotherapy, for human suffering. The evidence base is clear: psychotherapy is an effective treatment for emotional and behavioral suffering. This is our task."
(802) 448-8479
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"Psychotherapy, for human suffering. The evidence base is clear: psychotherapy is an effective treatment for emotional and behavioral suffering. This is our task."
Lisa Louise Daniels, Counselor
Counselor, M.A. , LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Greetings! I have recently established my own independent practice and I’m very excited to be offering counseling services in the Lamoille County area. My approach is client- centered, and I work to build a positive, trusting relationship that focuses on your concerns and goals. I believe that our positive and negative thoughts often control or motivate our behaviors and feelings. if we can learn to question and change our negative thoughts, we can then start to shift our feelings and behaviors towards more positive outcomes. "
(802) 851-5167
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"Greetings! I have recently established my own independent practice and I’m very excited to be offering counseling services in the Lamoille County area. My approach is client- centered, and I work to build a positive, trusting relationship that focuses on your concerns and goals. I believe that our positive and negative thoughts often control or motivate our behaviors and feelings. if we can learn to question and change our negative thoughts, we can then start to shift our feelings and behaviors towards more positive outcomes. "
Shannon Rodgers, Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"What if there isn't anything actually wrong with you? What if you are only human? We all suffer. Often, habits, thoughts, and substances that once kept us safe and reduced our suffering become problematic. Together, we can work on eliminating behaviors that no longer serve you and replace them with healthier coping skills to improve your over all well-being."
(802) 521-0174
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"What if there isn't anything actually wrong with you? What if you are only human? We all suffer. Often, habits, thoughts, and substances that once kept us safe and reduced our suffering become problematic. Together, we can work on eliminating behaviors that no longer serve you and replace them with healthier coping skills to improve your over all well-being."
Amanda Perez,
MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to counseling is based on an underlying conviction that human beings are inherently spacious, aware and compassionate. This basic state of health and sanity is often hidden by clouds of confusion serving to temporarily block our full potential as human and spiritual beings. These clouds prevent us from seeing ourselves, others, and situations clearly, and wreak havoc on our minds and bodies, making us vulnerable to internal and external neglect and abuse, and causing us to act out in ways that deny the fact of our interdependence."
(802) 536-8052
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"My approach to counseling is based on an underlying conviction that human beings are inherently spacious, aware and compassionate. This basic state of health and sanity is often hidden by clouds of confusion serving to temporarily block our full potential as human and spiritual beings. These clouds prevent us from seeing ourselves, others, and situations clearly, and wreak havoc on our minds and bodies, making us vulnerable to internal and external neglect and abuse, and causing us to act out in ways that deny the fact of our interdependence."
Letitia Diane Tayeby, Counselor
Counselor, LCMHC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have extensive expertise helping clients deal with OCD, trauma, anxiety, depression and specific phobias through a variety of modalities including narrative, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness-based, exposure and response prevention, including intensive Ex/RP and animal assisted therapy. I am a certified OCD therapist. I’m also a Pet Partners therapy animal handler and sometimes bring Annabelle, my Berner, for animal assisted therapy with clients. Because I spent 3 decades living and working overseas, I have come to view this work through a multi-cultural lens."
(802) 433-4008
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"I have extensive expertise helping clients deal with OCD, trauma, anxiety, depression and specific phobias through a variety of modalities including narrative, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness-based, exposure and response prevention, including intensive Ex/RP and animal assisted therapy. I am a certified OCD therapist. I’m also a Pet Partners therapy animal handler and sometimes bring Annabelle, my Berner, for animal assisted therapy with clients. Because I spent 3 decades living and working overseas, I have come to view this work through a multi-cultural lens."
E. Carbery Neal, Counselor
Counselor, ATR-BC, LCMHC, LCPAT, APA
Verified by Psychology Today
"'A sense of well being, regardless of one's age, is essential for success in the world.' I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, a Board Certified Art Therapist and educator with over thirty years of experience providing mental health services.I provide mental health counseling and Art Therapy to children, ages 5 and up, teens, adults and their families. My approach is psycho dynamic coupled with cognitive behavioral techniques to assist with management of Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, recovery from trauma, woman's issues, life transitions and adjustment to changes caused by separation, divorce, work and school."
(802) 635-5048
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"'A sense of well being, regardless of one's age, is essential for success in the world.' I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, a Board Certified Art Therapist and educator with over thirty years of experience providing mental health services.I provide mental health counseling and Art Therapy to children, ages 5 and up, teens, adults and their families. My approach is psycho dynamic coupled with cognitive behavioral techniques to assist with management of Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, recovery from trauma, woman's issues, life transitions and adjustment to changes caused by separation, divorce, work and school."
Phil Prothero, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCMHC, CSAT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life is hard! Sometimes, it can feel too much - the pressures of getting everything done, taking care of the kids, demanding work - it can be overwhelming. Coping strategies may feel like they help for a while, but they just distract us from the deeper pain, eventually leaving us feeling even more empty, alone, and depleted. Deep down we know we're meant to experience a life that involves so much more; joy, love, intimacy, and connection, and yet we can never seem to get there. Help is available - I love helping people shift from surviving life into thriving in life."
(802) 356-1731
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"Life is hard! Sometimes, it can feel too much - the pressures of getting everything done, taking care of the kids, demanding work - it can be overwhelming. Coping strategies may feel like they help for a while, but they just distract us from the deeper pain, eventually leaving us feeling even more empty, alone, and depleted. Deep down we know we're meant to experience a life that involves so much more; joy, love, intimacy, and connection, and yet we can never seem to get there. Help is available - I love helping people shift from surviving life into thriving in life."
Amiel Landor, Counselor
Counselor, MA, Rev, Coach
" Welcome! Are you looking for a way to break out of beliefs that keep you stuck and in pain? By working with your soul, you can move beyond what you have been taught or conditioned to believe and into who you truly are. Step into your own inherent freedom and joy by doing the inner work to shift your beliefs and stories. Together, we’ll lay the foundation for you to leap into your own available brilliance, abundance, and self-love, and say hello to your spirit. "
(802) 992-8855
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" Welcome! Are you looking for a way to break out of beliefs that keep you stuck and in pain? By working with your soul, you can move beyond what you have been taught or conditioned to believe and into who you truly are. Step into your own inherent freedom and joy by doing the inner work to shift your beliefs and stories. Together, we’ll lay the foundation for you to leap into your own available brilliance, abundance, and self-love, and say hello to your spirit. "
Tisha M. Shull, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCMHC, CYI
"I am not accepting new clients at this time. My strength as a therapist is bringing hope and healing to people who have been through traumatic/stressful experiences, grief/loss or periods of deep depression or anxiety. I assist clients in working through challenges with compassion in order to strengthen relationships, internally; within one's own psyche, and externally; with friends, romantic partners and family. Clarity around internal experience; empowers one to know even the most difficult parts of themselves from a place of non-judgement. Deeper self-knowledge leads to self acceptance, a wonderful goal."
(802) 277-3422
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"I am not accepting new clients at this time. My strength as a therapist is bringing hope and healing to people who have been through traumatic/stressful experiences, grief/loss or periods of deep depression or anxiety. I assist clients in working through challenges with compassion in order to strengthen relationships, internally; within one's own psyche, and externally; with friends, romantic partners and family. Clarity around internal experience; empowers one to know even the most difficult parts of themselves from a place of non-judgement. Deeper self-knowledge leads to self acceptance, a wonderful goal."
Philip Bowman, Registered Psychotherapist
Registered Psychotherapist, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes we struggle to attain a feeling of personal wholeness. I believe we are born whole and already possess the natural abilities we need to solve problems, face difficulties, and maintain rewarding contact with others. However, sometimes we get stuck in fixed patterns and ways of thinking that get in our way. We need help identifying and managing the obstacles blocking our personal growth."
(802) 278-6533
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"Sometimes we struggle to attain a feeling of personal wholeness. I believe we are born whole and already possess the natural abilities we need to solve problems, face difficulties, and maintain rewarding contact with others. However, sometimes we get stuck in fixed patterns and ways of thinking that get in our way. We need help identifying and managing the obstacles blocking our personal growth."
Zubin P. Mistri,
MDiv, CHT
Verified by Psychology Today
"You might be struggling with difficult emotions, stressed by the demands of life, or stuck in painful cycles in your relationships. You sense you could be more connected to yourself, to others, and to the deeper purpose of your life. Maybe you've tried to make things better on your own, but you sense that with the right kind of support you could thrive in new ways in your relationships, and in other areas of your life. You're on the edge of growing into something new."
(802) 733-9197
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"You might be struggling with difficult emotions, stressed by the demands of life, or stuck in painful cycles in your relationships. You sense you could be more connected to yourself, to others, and to the deeper purpose of your life. Maybe you've tried to make things better on your own, but you sense that with the right kind of support you could thrive in new ways in your relationships, and in other areas of your life. You're on the edge of growing into something new."
Kendra Marceau, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LCMHC, LADC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. After earning my degree from the University of Vermont I spent over two years working as a mental health and substance abuse clinician at a medication assisted treatment center in Burlington Vermont. While there I worked with individuals with co-occuring disorders that were seeking medication assisted treatment for Opioid-related disorders. I specialize in working with adults who are struggling with substance-related and addictive disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, chronic pain, and neurodevelopmental disorders."
(802) 459-4348
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. After earning my degree from the University of Vermont I spent over two years working as a mental health and substance abuse clinician at a medication assisted treatment center in Burlington Vermont. While there I worked with individuals with co-occuring disorders that were seeking medication assisted treatment for Opioid-related disorders. I specialize in working with adults who are struggling with substance-related and addictive disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, chronic pain, and neurodevelopmental disorders."
Emily Long, Counselor
Counselor, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My passion comes from helping people move past the losses and traumas of their past and into a rich and full life. Trauma and the losses we experience in life can wound us on every level - physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. My desire is to see you pick up the pieces and create a beautiful life beyond the struggle of grief, anxiety, postpartum difficulties, infertility, disordered eating, childhood abuse, and other painful life events. My approach is one of compassion, honesty, and a little bit of sass - to help you rediscover a life of passion, beauty, joy, fulfillment, and empowerment."
(828) 759-5262
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"My passion comes from helping people move past the losses and traumas of their past and into a rich and full life. Trauma and the losses we experience in life can wound us on every level - physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. My desire is to see you pick up the pieces and create a beautiful life beyond the struggle of grief, anxiety, postpartum difficulties, infertility, disordered eating, childhood abuse, and other painful life events. My approach is one of compassion, honesty, and a little bit of sass - to help you rediscover a life of passion, beauty, joy, fulfillment, and empowerment."
Catherine Schiller Baird, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I offer psychotherapy services to address a variety of concerns in an individualized way. Utilizing evidence-based modalities we will work together to develop a path of healing best suited for you. I provide a supportive and safe environment to invite you to identify and explore parts of yourself and identify cycles that need your attention so that you can experience peace and freedom from suffering."
(802) 318-4723
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"I offer psychotherapy services to address a variety of concerns in an individualized way. Utilizing evidence-based modalities we will work together to develop a path of healing best suited for you. I provide a supportive and safe environment to invite you to identify and explore parts of yourself and identify cycles that need your attention so that you can experience peace and freedom from suffering."
Joan McMahon, Counselor
Counselor, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Barre, Vermont 05641
"I have been providing therapeutic services to children, teens, adults and families since 2004. I strive to create a nurturing and safe environment in which individuals can be supported in their efforts to change and grow. I see clients for a variety of reasons including depression, anxiety, trauma and life changes, etc. I offer a place where your voice will be heard. A compassionate and confidential atmosphere to discuss personal concerns. I will honor your unique strengths and challenges, while working on enhancing life skills, coping strategies, and interpersonal relationships."
(802) 767-2078
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Barre, Vermont 05641
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"I have been providing therapeutic services to children, teens, adults and families since 2004. I strive to create a nurturing and safe environment in which individuals can be supported in their efforts to change and grow. I see clients for a variety of reasons including depression, anxiety, trauma and life changes, etc. I offer a place where your voice will be heard. A compassionate and confidential atmosphere to discuss personal concerns. I will honor your unique strengths and challenges, while working on enhancing life skills, coping strategies, and interpersonal relationships."
Shaina Levee, M.A., Registered Psychotherapist
Registered Psychotherapist, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
Stowe, Vermont 05672
"To live is to change: my goal is to support your positive shift into self-awareness, happiness, and personal growth. My approach is trauma-informed and heart-centered. I focus on life transitions, trauma (TBI, PTSD, birth trauma), and pregnancy/postpartum. "Working with Shaina has helped me to bring more of myself to my mothering. She has helped me find my strength, confidence and embrace the challenge of motherhood as a deep practice. Seeing Shaina has been the best gift I could give to myself and my family." -Jeneve, client testimonial."
(833) 852-8313
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Stowe, Vermont 05672
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"To live is to change: my goal is to support your positive shift into self-awareness, happiness, and personal growth. My approach is trauma-informed and heart-centered. I focus on life transitions, trauma (TBI, PTSD, birth trauma), and pregnancy/postpartum. "Working with Shaina has helped me to bring more of myself to my mothering. She has helped me find my strength, confidence and embrace the challenge of motherhood as a deep practice. Seeing Shaina has been the best gift I could give to myself and my family." -Jeneve, client testimonial."
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."
Ryan Stanton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC
Verified by Psychology Today
" Therapy provides an opportunity to engage with life's challenges in more adaptive and meaningful ways. Sometimes we get out of balance, are tired of struggling with old patterns, are coping with loss or are in transition, and need some extra help. There's no need to go it alone! It is important to me to create a safe, engaging and non-judgmental therapeutic space within which we work collaboratively on your goals. I approach my work with a spirit of hope, openness and attunement to the therapeutic relationship. "
(802) 613-0080
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" Therapy provides an opportunity to engage with life's challenges in more adaptive and meaningful ways. Sometimes we get out of balance, are tired of struggling with old patterns, are coping with loss or are in transition, and need some extra help. There's no need to go it alone! It is important to me to create a safe, engaging and non-judgmental therapeutic space within which we work collaboratively on your goals. I approach my work with a spirit of hope, openness and attunement to the therapeutic relationship. "
Beth Robbins, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am an experienced licensed doctoral psychologist with the privilege of practicing for the past 20 years in Vermont. I am psychodynamically trained and have had extensive training in CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy). Most importantly you will experience me as interpersonally connected and client centered. Whether it be engaging in psychotherapy, supervision, consultation or training, it is a collaborative process combining your goals and needs with my expertise and experience to help you get where you want to be. You can expect solid support and also expect to be challenged in ways that foster growth."
(802) 613-0262
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"I am an experienced licensed doctoral psychologist with the privilege of practicing for the past 20 years in Vermont. I am psychodynamically trained and have had extensive training in CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy). Most importantly you will experience me as interpersonally connected and client centered. Whether it be engaging in psychotherapy, supervision, consultation or training, it is a collaborative process combining your goals and needs with my expertise and experience to help you get where you want to be. You can expect solid support and also expect to be challenged in ways that foster growth."
Lindsay Hartline, Psychologist
Psychologist, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"In my practice, I honor each client's unique life experience, history, and current ways of viewing and coping with our world. As relationships influence our lives in many ways, I promote a safe, trusting, caring, and collaborative environment to allow my clients to address their particular needs, at their own pace. I work with young children, adolescents, and young adults who are experiencing a variety of difficulties, including adjusting to life changes /transitions, trauma from past experiences/relationships, loss, anxiety, depression, identity exploration, communicating needs/emotions, and relationship difficulties."
(802) 441-4028
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"In my practice, I honor each client's unique life experience, history, and current ways of viewing and coping with our world. As relationships influence our lives in many ways, I promote a safe, trusting, caring, and collaborative environment to allow my clients to address their particular needs, at their own pace. I work with young children, adolescents, and young adults who are experiencing a variety of difficulties, including adjusting to life changes /transitions, trauma from past experiences/relationships, loss, anxiety, depression, identity exploration, communicating needs/emotions, and relationship difficulties."

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Codependency is a personality style characterized by a need to constantly help others, especially one's primary partner, and especially a person who's addicted. Codependent people usually put aside their own needs in order to try to meet the needs of another person or other people. If you're looking for codependency counseling in Franklin County, or help for someone who's codependent, these trained codependency Franklin County therapists, or codependency Franklin County counselors, will assist.

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