My approach is to help you explore your inner world. This treatment allows you to understand yourself better, accept yourself, build better relationships and be more productive. I have a background as an MD and I have a good understanding of mind-body problems and multicultural issues since I lived and worked in several countries. Treatment options range from once a week to more intense multiple times a week.
Hello - I am a counselor who is also a Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse with 40 years of experience, including 20 years of practicing Clinical Hypnosis for a myriad of issues: anxiety, trauma, depression, and pain, to name but a few. I also train clinicians to utilize Clinical Hypnosis and am an Approved Consultant for the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. I focus on finding and treating the cause of the symptoms and in this way, most symptoms are markedly reduced and, often gone altogether. As a client, you and I would team up together and work cooperatively as a team!
I believe that good therapy starts with a strong therapeutic relationship. From this place of connection, empathy, and understanding, we’ll work together to explore what’s holding you back from living a life that feels full and meaningful. As your therapist, I will join with you to help heal old wounds, discover inner wisdom, and move towards a more full way of being in the world. My approach to therapy is integrative and recognizes the importance of mind, body, and spirit. I pull particularly from my training in AEDP and IFS as well as other approaches including mindfulness, emotion-focused, and person-centered.
My priority as a therapist is to foster a warm, collaborative, confidential environment in which we can focus on the challenges and goals that matter most to you. My therapeutic style is pragmatic. I draw on a range of theoretical and practical traditions, but my core commitment is to understanding you and your experiences from a empathetic and non-judgmental perspective. I have availability during morning and evening hours and on weekends as necessary.
Currently not accepting new clients. Life can be complex: relationships, family, school, work. Our lives can be further challenged by the unique aspects of our times. We are under constant bombardment of information, straining our ability to focus and compartmentalize. Factors such as trauma, shame and guilt further complicate things. My approach is to help "break it down and make it simple". This means helping people untangle their thoughts, pressures and feelings, while collaboratively devising plans aimed at learning to manage and alleviate whatever symptoms are causing distress.
As humans I believe we are always working towards healing and positive self-growth. I create a collaborative, compassionate and non-judgmental space with my clients to help them discover why they are struggling and work towards their continued growth. I enjoy working with women-identifying people and queer folks that are 18+. I specialize in working with folks going through the coming out process, going through big life transitions, figuring out identity, experiencing relational issues, wanting to work on increasing self-compassion, or better managing anxiety and healing from difficult experiences.
********Not accepting new clients currently******** I believe that a genuine therapeutic relationship can serve as a foundation for immense personal growth and change. Whether you're struggling with mental health or are curious about self-exploration I offer a therapeutic practice that is based on sincerity, compassion, and 10+ years of diverse clinical experience. I enjoy working with a broad spectrum of mental health challenges, and incorporate various theoretical models into my practice.
Aida Luce has been practicing for over 30 years, she is committed and passionate about her work. She comes from the perspective that therapy is a very private and personal relationship that is enhanced by mutual respect. Aida cares deeply about social justice, holistic health and the mind/body connection. Aida works with couples , and families as one of her specialities. I am working with couples and individuals virtually. I am accepting new clients at this time. Be in touch, and stay safe!!
The most challenging and rewarding journey you can take in life is the one requiring you to go within and discover yourself, your strengths and the places that need healing. It is my goal to provide a protected and therapeutic space for you to take this journey of discovery. Problems affect people in unique ways and requires a personalized approach for whatever the issue is that brings you to the journey, life transition, grief and loss, relationship issues, anxiety, chronic illness, trauma, depression. My experience has been forged over 35 years in the Health and Mental Health field.
Welcome. I have been working as a Psychotherapist for over 25 years. I consider it a privilege to witness people's process, strengths, vulnerabilities, and transformations. I trust in our human capacity to heal and grow and to live into the lives we long for. I am a licensed Masters-level Psychologist, a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) and certified in Brainspotting.
***Hello. I am currently not accepting new clients. Feel free to check back in another time. I do have limited room for supervisees.**** I help individuals and couples with deepening their understanding of themselves and their patterns. I also offer supervision services for those acquiring the necessary hours for state licensure. I offer guidance and support with relational issues, anxiety, personal transitions, and suppressed creativity & vitality. While working together, we may focus on thought processes, feelings and mindfulness, in order to support positive relationships, emotional health, and increased awareness & empowerment.
For the time being I am working virtually using a telemedicine portal. So far it as been working out well!! Focusing on self and on family history can provide insights to meaningful change. Knowledge of who you are enables you to redirect anxiety and think differently about others in your family and larger social system. Challenges can become opportunities.
Welcome! I look forward to your call, to discuss your needs regarding psychotherapy. This past year has been difficult for many of us, bringing out anxiety, depression or other difficult emotions or symptoms that may have been lying comfortably dormant as we were leading busy lives. Together we can perhaps use this as an opportunity; a time of growth and working through of issues that otherwise may not have called to us.
Hi. My name is K. and my passion to help others is the cumulative result of over thirty years of professional and educational experience in the fields of Human Services, Transpersonal Psychology and Integrated Holistic Practices. I have been a participant and (co)-facilitator at many gatherings secular and non-secular and hold dear the multitude of experiences I have had working with folks who are dealing with issues related to mental health/substance abuse, homelessness, chronic medical conditions, complex trauma, spiritually transformative experiences, social inequality, and mind-body-spirit integration.
I believe that every person is unique and has potential to grow and become the best version of themselves. Often the judgement of others guides our life choices and keeps us from meeting our full potential. When you truly accept yourself you can then make choices that lead you to who you really are. You are the expert of your life and my job is to help guide you through the process of self discovery and meet your goals.
Are you feeling uncomfortable in your skin? Struggling to find motivation to do the things you enjoyed before? Feeling confused about your identity or your relationships? Engaging in behaviors you want to stop or don’t understand? I work to support people in exploring solutions to their mental health and recovery challenges and needs. I work with my therapy dog “co-therapists” (non-shedding labradoodles). I have a deep personal commitment to celebrating diversity and working with individuals with unique life experiences and identities. I am especially passionate about working with LGBTQIA+ folks (and am Queer/Genderqueer myself).
Without our consent, and oftentimes without our knowledge, we are bombarded with negative messages that become woven into our personal story. When the story that's been written for us doesn’t align with how we want to be seen, chronic feelings of shame, anxiety, and hopelessness can surface. My approach to counseling is grounded in narrative therapy and mindfulness. Through the process of discovering your own unique values, strengths, and resources in a trusting relationship with someone who listens to your story with care and genuine curiosity, you will begin to see your innate capacity for growth as you define it.
*My practice is currently full and I am not starting work with new clients. 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.
My approach is to provide a safe and therapeutic environment that encourages vulnerability, curiosity, and self-reflection. I enjoy working with individuals who are seeking support through a challenging transition or experience as well as those looking for a space to strengthen their quality of life through personal awareness.
In a world which can often feel uncertain, challenging, and overwhelming, every individual deserves a space where they can be deeply seen, heard, and valued for who they are. As an individual and couple's therapist, I support clients in their healing of emotional, physical, relational, and spiritual issues. In our sessions, I will strive to create a collaborative, empathic, curious, and creative space where you can bring all parts of yourself forward. Our time together will involve gaining a deeper understanding of your story, creating holistic goals based on your unique life circumstances, and working towards meaningful change.
What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in Burlington are psychologists, licensed counselors, therapists, psychotherapists, and licensed clinical social workers, all of whom diagnose mental health conditions and provide individualized treatment.
Services offered, education and credentials vary by type of mental health professional. Each professional in Burlington then may specialize in certain areas, such as depression, marriage counseling, or anxiety. Although many mental health providers are not licensed to prescribe medication, they may coordinate with a provider who can.
Both in-person and online therapy sessions are available from most psychologists.
How to find a specialist?
You can refine your search using the filters on this page. There are several categories you can filter by to find mental health professionals with the experience you are looking for. You may want to filter for CBT Psychologists in Burlington, or Child Psychologists in Burlington.
Many find it useful to use filters to view only psychologists that have experience working with certain issues, like Burlington psychologists specializing in EMDR.
What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way.’ Each method of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues. Psychologists in Burlington specialize in therapeutic approaches such as CBT, EMDR, and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), among others. Finding a psychologist or therapist who is a good fit for you is the most important step to discovering what type of therapy, or combination of therapeutic approaches, will meet your individual needs. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.