Mental Health Counseling and Therapy in Vermont—Counselors, Therapists, and Psychologists
If we had to guess, you probably go to the doctor for routine checkups and when you’re feeling sick or get injured. The primary reason for going to the doctor is to mend and/or maintain your health, right? Well, the same is true for seeing a counselor, therapist, or psychologist. Only these doctors focus on helping you mend and/or maintain your mental health, instead of your physical health. Unfortunately, it isn’t quite “normal” or routine to check in with a mental health professional, but times are changing and it is becoming more common as well as more accepted.
This is great news, as our mental health is just as important as our physical health—not to mention the two go hand in hand, as physical illnesses and injuries can have negative effects on our mental health and vice versa. So, we challenge you to talk to a counselor if you’ve determined a need for some mental health help or support. And you might even consider working with one of our counselors here at Thriveworks Vermont Counseling.
Mental strength is not the ability to stay out of the darkness;
it’s the ability to sit present in the darkness knowing that the light will shine again.”
Thriveworks Vermont Counseling functions entirely online. Our team of online counselors are happy to offer you mental health help and support over the phone or on video chat. Either way, alongside your counselor you can learn to manage stress or a mental illness, resolve conflicts with your loved ones, work through difficult emotions, and so much more. To schedule your first appointment, just call our office or book your session right from our website.
How Does Counseling Work? What Can I Expect?
Here at Thriveworks Vermont Counseling, we believe that counseling should be finetuned for every single individual. Think about it: When you go to see a doctor about a health issue that you are having, they get to know you and what you’re experiencing before they offer any form of treatment. This is exactly what your Thriveworks Vermont counselor will do. They’ll work to get to know you, including why you’ve decided to pursue counseling and what problem they can help you manage with therapy, medication, or a combination of the two! They might ask a few questions to gather this information, such as:
- What has brought you to counseling?
- What are you hoping to achieve in counseling?
- Do you have any concerns or questions you’d like to ask me?
The counselors, therapists, psychologists, and life coaches at Thriveworks Vermont Counseling work to provide their clients with a safe and inclusive space for working through their given challenges. You don’t have to worry about feeling judged, inadequate, or needy. Your counselor’s purpose is to help you. And they will do that in this judgment-free zone.
How Can Thriveworks Vermont Counseling Help Me?
Thriveworks Vermont Counseling can help you make sense of a breakup; we can help you identify and better manage major stressors in your life; we can help you live a happy, healthy life despite a mental health condition; we can help you make self-care a priority; we can help you find a fulfilling and successful career path. We can help you tackle your life challenges, whatever those might be.
Our counselors, therapists, life coaches, and psychologists have a variety of skills and specialties, which allow us to offer many different mental health services, including:
- Grief counseling
- Trauma therapy
- Family therapy
- Child therapy
- Marriage counseling
- Depression therapy
- Anxiety therapy
- Stress management counseling
- Anger management counseling
- Life coaching
- Career coaching
Your exact needs and experiences will determine which form of counseling you might best benefit from. Don’t worry, your Thriveworks Vermont provider will be able to determine which type of counseling will best help you during your time at Thriveworks!
Schedule an Appointment for Counseling, Therapy, or Life Coaching Now
Thriveworks Vermont Counseling is now taking new clients! Remember, we operate completely online. This means that you won’t drive to a physical office for your appointments; instead, you will meet your counselor, therapist, life coach, or psychologist in your virtual video chat room or in your phone counseling session! Both video counseling and phone counseling prove to be effective; in fact, many people find that online counseling via both mediums is even more effective than in-person counseling. These individuals are able to open up to their counselors more readily and more quickly!
If you’d like to explore the benefits of online counseling, reach out to Thriveworks Vermont Counseling. We can get you scheduled today and you might even meet your counselor within 24-48 hours!