Life Coaching and Mental Health Counseling.
Toby earned a Master of Arts degree in professional counseling from Liberty University. Toby has worked in the mental health field for over four years serving adults in a varying capacity depending on the need of the client. Toby’s focus includes a cognitive behavioral and solution-focused approach that entails building skills to address and change unwanted behaviors. Toby believes that each individual has the capacity to change his or her unwanted behaviors and achieve a higher quality of life. Toby specializes in crisis counseling with brief therapeutic interventions. Toby also focuses on Christian counseling and sports performance based life coaching.
Toby can be reached at (802) 277-3237 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elizabeth graduated from Johnson State College with her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and her BS in Education and Special Education. She has 30 years of experience working with children, teens and families. She feels her role as a therapist is to provide an environment of safety, trust and mutual respect for each individual that she works with. She believes that effective counseling can assist an individual to develop an awareness of their personal strengths, clarify problems and arrive at solutions to deal with life stress and challenges. Elizabeth uses a variety of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques and skills to help clients explore individual growth, change and to encourage the discovery of true hope, healing, peace and joy.
Elizabeth can be reached at (802) 622-0683 or Elizabeth@buildthemap.com
Christopher attained a Master of Arts degree of in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the Union Institute and University. He has also received post-master’s certification in Substance Abuse and Addiction Counseling. Chris has worked in the mental health field for over eighteen years, serving teens and adults with a variety of therapeutic needs, including trauma, depression, anxiety, and addiction. Christopher’s therapeutic orientation is client centered, strength based, present focused, and progress oriented. He uses cognitive, behavioral, existential, and mindfulness based modalities in treatment. “I believe that people have an innate capacity to change, and that as a clinician, meeting them where they are, and building a strong therapeutic relationship, is the most powerful way to help them to achieve change. As your therapist, I will work with you is to develop an individualized therapy process that helps you move towards your personal goals however small or large.”
Chris can be contacted at (802) 622-0683 or by email at email@example.com
Meghan Keough obtained a Master of Science degree in Community Mental Health Counseling at the University of Rochester. She spent time studying and developing skills with mandated populations at the county jail and in an inner city clinic. She focused her studies on individual growth through the use of supports available in the community. Meghan current counseling practice focuses on teenagers and adults where she works with individuals, families, and parents to build skills for successful healing. Meghan strongly believes that mental illness does not define a person, but instead can help build strength. She applies an integration of personal strengths and skills in combination with cognitive behavioral approaches to assist her clients in reaching their therapeutic goals.
Meghan can be reached at (802) 278-4547 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.