Hapa katika Ushauri wa Riverstone, lengo letu ni kujenga mazingira ambayo inakuza uponyaji na ukuaji. Tunaamini tunaweza kuwapa wateja wetu uwezo wa kufanya mabadiliko mazuri na ya kudumu katika maisha yao.
Tunataalam katika kufanya kazi na vijana, vijana watu wazima, na familia zao kuwasaidia kutambua na kufanya kazi na nguvu zao kufikia malengo yao.
Washauri wetu wamefundishwa katika EMDR , njia iliyothibitishwa ya kusuluhisha uzoefu wa kiwewe.
Tuna ujuzi wa kufanya kazi na wateja ambao hupata shida za afya ya akili na utumiaji wa dawa, kama vile:
||Mabadiliko ya Maisha
||Migogoro ya Familia
|Kiwewe na PTSD
||Wasiwasi wa Uzazi
|Shida za Matumizi ya Dawa za Kulevya
||Masuala ya Uhusiano
We also hold counseling groups focused on different topics:
Riverstone Counseling is located in two buildings in downtown Burlington. Clients meet with their counselors at either 31 Elmwood Avenue or at 2 Church Street, on the second floor. Read below to find the location of your counselor.
31 Elmwood Avenue, Burlington
- Alyx Herbert
- Hannah Katz
- Katelynn Page-Rouille
- Katy Santa Maria
- Kristen Breault-Bolio
- Lauren Grant
- Sydney Bigwood
- Lydia Bohn
2 Church Street, Suite 2A, Burlington
- Amanda Talbert
- Bo Twiggs
- Neera B.K.
- Nerzada Turan
SISI NI NANI
Washauri wetu wamefundishwa kiafya ya kiakili / wafanyikazi wa kliniki na washauri wa utumiaji wa dawa za kulevya ambao hutumia njia inayofaa ya maendeleo, inayolenga mteja kukutana na vijana na familia zao mahali walipo kwa utayari wao wa kubadilika.
TUNAFANYA KAZI NA NANI
Vijana na watu wazima wenye umri wa miaka 12-30 na familia zao, ikiwa inataka. Programu yetu ya ushauri ni wazi kwa umma na inachukua bima nyingi, pamoja na Medicaid. Wakalimani wanapatikana kwa ombi.
If you are in crisis and are not a Spectrum client, please call First Call at the Howard Center at (802) 488-7777. If you are already a client, call us at (802) 864-7423 x310 during business hours, or (802) 350-6748 after 4:30 PM.
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Kutana na Washauri wetu
Kristen Breault-Bolio, MS, LCMHC, LADC | Director of Riverstone Counseling
Maneno: Yeye / yeye
Ninaamini kuwa katika msingi wa mabadiliko kuna huruma ya kibinafsi na kukubalika kwako. Kutoka kwa msingi huu tunajiruhusu kukubali sisi ni nani kwa wakati huu wa sasa na pia kutambua maeneo tunayohitaji kubadilisha. Matumaini yangu ni kwamba kupitia kazi yetu pamoja tutaunda nafasi wazi na salama ambayo itakuruhusu kukuza kukubalika kwako, kupunguza mateso yako na kukuwezesha kufanya mabadiliko unayotaka katika maisha yako. Mfumo wangu unatokana na lensi inayozingatia mteja, wakati unatumia mazoea ya msingi wa ushahidi ikiwa ni pamoja na kuhojiana kwa motisha, tiba ya tabia ya utambuzi, EMDR, na tiba ya utambuzi inayotiliwa maanani. Nina utaalam katika kufanya kazi na vijana, vijana wazima na familia katika maswala anuwai pamoja na: kiwewe na PTSD, unyogovu, wasiwasi, na utumiaji wa dutu. Nikiwa na Ushauri Nasaha wa Riverstone tangu 2012, nilipokea shahada yangu ya uzamili katika Ushauri wa Kliniki ya Afya ya Akili kutoka Chuo Kikuu cha Vermont. Mimi ni mshauri wa afya ya akili mwenye leseni mara mbili na mshauri wa utumiaji wa dawa.
Neera BK, MA | Mshauri
Maneno: Yeye / yeye
I believe that therapeutic relationships foster and succeed when there is strong rapport, empathy, compassion, transparency and acceptance present. You are the expert of yourself; no one knows you or can know you better than yourself, thus my goal is to help you identify and recognize your strengths – while helping you heal holistically. Based on my professional and personal experiences, there is no single way to navigate through our interconnected mind, body and spiritual challenges; thus I practice Integrative Therapeutic Approaches. Some of the core therapeutic frameworks I use are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Person Centered Approach. Furthermore, I have in depth knowledge, understanding and skills in multicultural, humanistic, and holistic approaches, mindfulness practices, and trauma-informed practices. I have over three years of work experience with emerging young adults; more than five years of experience working with the New American Population as well as work experience with children and families. I specialize in working with youth, emerging young adults, and adults including their family members or care providers in areas such as anxiety, depression, body image, trauma, cross-cultural adjustment, and other daily challenges. I earned my Master’s in Clinical Psychology Degree from Saint Michael’s College.
Nerzada Turan, MA, LCMHC, LADC | Clinical Supervisor
Maneno: Yeye / yeye
My practice is founded on the belief that with compassion, openness, empathy, support, and connection, healing is possible. I will work with you to create an environment that is safe and non-judgmental, to help you work through difficult situations. In our work together, we will focus on honesty and trust in order to break through shame and guilt. In my practice, I meet individuals where they are at. Your needs and goals will be at the center of our therapy process. I specialize in working with adolescents, young adults, and families on a variety of issues including trauma and PTSD, depression, anxiety, and substance use. Our work together will be grounded in practices that are proven by research to help, including motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, EMDR, and mindfulness. But I also bring creativity and flexibility to my practice: life is complicated, and the more tools you have, the easier it will be to overcome life challenges. I earned my B.A. in Psychology from Green Mountain College and my M.A. in Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in Substance Abuse Counseling from Antioch University of New England.
Bo Twiggs, MSW, LICSW | Counselor
My practice is based on collaborating with clients to explore what is working to help them feel happy, healthy, and fulfilled in life – and what might be getting in the way. My work is driven by the belief that change is not about flipping a switch; rather, making and maintaining changes is often a journey of many challenges, but even more possibilities. I utilize Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness-based work to partner with clients to clarify priorities, cultivate adaptive thinking and move in the direction of positive, purposeful living. Together, we will create a safe, trauma-informed space where you can stabilize and heal as you envision and realize the truest expression of yourself. I hold a B.A. in Communication from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and my MSW from Fordham University and come to Riverstone with over a decade of experience in supporting individuals and families working to overcome trauma, criminal justice involvement, mental health challenges, and many other barriers and find safe, productive, and happy lives.
Hannah Katz, MSW, LICSW | Counselor
Maneno: Yeye / yeye
In my practice, I believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship as a context for people to feel heard, empowered, and recognized for who they are. I meet my client where they are and support them as they explore and develop their own internal motivation for change. It is my role to work collaboratively with clients to build trust and create a safe space to recognize patterns through self-awareness and understanding. My hope is to support clients as they reduce suffering, improve insight, increase their sense of hope and develop tangible skills to create one’s own happiness. My practice is always strengths-based, client-centered, and trauma-informed. I view my work through the lens of the six core social work values of service, social justice, dignity and worth of the individual, importance, and centrality of human relationships, integrity, and competence. My practice uses tools and knowledge from cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and mindfulness. I specialize in working with youth, adolescents, young adults, and families in a variety of areas such as trauma, anxiety, depression, stress, self-esteem, and communication. I earned my B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Vermont and my Masters in Clinical Social Work from Simmons College. I have been working professionally with children, adolescents, young adults, and families since 2012. I have been with Riverstone Counseling since January 2019.
Alyx Herbert, MS, LCMHC, AAP | Counselor
Maneno: Wao / wao
I believe a therapeutic relationship is grounded in trust, respect, genuineness, openness, and connection. Together, we will build a safe and non-judgmental space that allows you to be honest, and reflective, and work on what is important to you. It is critical that my clients feel heard, understood, respected, and that your needs are central. I will empower you, as the expert in your experience, to look at what you’d like to change and build on your strengths to achieve your goals. My theoretical approach is informed by Person-Centered Therapy, developed by Carl Rogers who said “when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change”. Additionally, other theoretical frameworks that inform my work include Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Feminist Therapy, and trauma-informed practices. I specialize in working with youth, young adults, and families on a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance use, family dynamics, and stress. I have been with Riverstone since 2017 and graduated with my master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Vermont. My practice is affirmative and liberatory—all are welcome.
Katelynn Page-Rouille, MA, LCMHC | Counselor
Maneno: Yeye / yeye
My practice is grounded in the healing nature of the therapeutic relationship as a safe and non-judgmental space to explore and address life challenges. I partner with clients to explore and identify the origins of their emotional experiences and recognize patterns that no longer serve them. I use a strength-based integrative approach, incorporating aspects of interpersonal and humanistic psychodynamic therapy, motivational interviewing, expressive arts, and cognitive behavioral therapy. I specialize in working with youth, young adults, and families to address trauma, anxiety, depression, substance use, and attachment. I have worked professionally with adults, young adults, children, and families with co-occurring mental health and substance use since 2012. I earned my Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Saint Michael’s College in 2019.
Sydney Bigwood, MSW | Counselor
My psychotherapy practice is grounded in client-centered, strengths-based, and collaborative approaches to empower you through your self-healing process. I aim to offer a welcoming and safe space to explore your inner world, your identity, and your goals. I have been described as nurturing but straightforward and my style is not without playfulness & humor! I hold a Master’s of Clinical Social Work from Boston University and I have 5 years of experience supporting individuals and families through life transitions, relationship issues, body image issues, addictions, anxiety/depression, and trauma. I have specialized training in Internal Family Systems theory, Motivational Interviewing, and Substance Abuse. I also incorporate elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Creative Arts, and other trauma-sensitive modalities. I strive to find innovative methods and strategies that are best suited to you and your needs. An important component of my practice revolves around the acknowledgment of systems of oppression, discrimination, and stigma and their impacts on groups and individuals. I am committed to serving and celebrating all identities, backgrounds, and abilities in my practice.
Lauren Grant, MSW | Counselor
Grounded within a collaborative, strengths-based perspective, Lauren utilizes a holistic, person-centered approach to counseling, exploring the connection of mind, body, and spirit. Lauren strives to meet individuals where they are, supporting a welcoming and non-judgmental space for individuals to discover, process, and heal. Using her warmth, empathy, and lived experience, she seeks to foster connection, curiosity, and respect within a therapeutic relationship. Lauren believes individuals are the experts of their own experiences and that therapy should serve as a validating and empowering experience. Her professional interests include relationships with the body, food, and self that are no longer serving an individual’s health, well-being, and happiness, and believes that self-compassion and acceptance are essential roots in the journey of healing. Lauren has her B.A. in Psychology and Human Development from the State University of New York at Geneseo and her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Vermont. Lauren Grant joined Spectrum Youth and Family Services as an intern in 2020 at the Riverstone Counseling program and has since joined as a full-time counselor. Lauren enjoys working with individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities and is LGBTQIA+ friendly.
Katy Santa Maria, MS | Counselor
There is power to understanding your story, holistically, through therapy. Together, we can co-create a nonjudgmental space where it feels good to check in with yourself, process your experiences, and share your story, both in and outside of the therapy room. In our collaborative alliance, we can nurture new stories and ways that support your relationship with self and others. At the core of my work, I am passionate about empowering your intuition, self-compassion, and a sense of purpose. I integrate strengths-based, anti-racist, emotion-focused, narrative, feminist/liberatory, and cognitive-behavioral approaches (and sometimes, with a bit of humor!). All are welcome, and I specialize in working with young people, emerging adults, college students, relationship issues and communication, neurodivergence, identity exploration, queer folks, and families of queer and trans youth. I hold an M.S. in clinical mental health counseling from the University of Vermont and a B.A. in psychology from Kenyon College. Simply considering counseling is a cause worth celebrating, and I can’t wait to work with you.
Lydia Bohn, MS | Counselor
In my counseling practice, I view you as the expert on your experience and work collaboratively to help you gain deeper self-knowledge and strengthen self-compassion. I aim to create an accepting, nonjudgmental, and trauma-informed space that honors your various identities and emphasizes your strengths. Using a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness practices, and narrative therapy techniques, I work with you to identify areas of healing and growth to help you create positive change. My work is grounded in a feminist therapy approach, and I believe that it is important to consider the impact that systems of oppression, bias, and discrimination have on individuals and their lived experiences. My interests include working with youth and young adults around sexual orientation and gender identity development, relationships, family conflict, communication, anxiety, and stress. I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Mount Holyoke College, and a Master’s in Counseling from the University of Vermont. I look forward to meeting you!
Amanda Talbert, MA, AAP| Intake Coordinator and Counselor
In my practice I strive to meet individuals where they are at, utilizing a person-centered approach to the therapeutic relationship. I aim to provide a compassionate, welcoming, and nonjudgmental space for clients to find their potential to make positive changes in their lives. I believe you are the expert in your life and experiences, and we will work together to find the tools that work best for you to live your best life. Together, we will look at the changes you would like to make and using your strengths, work to accomplish those changes. I work with youth and young adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use concerns, and overall navigating life. In my practice, the approach I use is informed by Person-Centered Therapy. In addition, I use tools from Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Narrative Therapy. I hold a B.A. in Psychology and a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northern Vermont University-Johnson. I am currently a counselor for Riverstone Counseling working at Hunt Middle School. I look forward to meeting you.