Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center

802-254-9071

190 Main St, Brattleboro, Vermont 05301

Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Ctr - 802-254-9071

About Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center

Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center is a non-profit organization

dedicated to making services available and affordable for all. Individuals,

couples, and families come to the Center with a wide variety of needs and goals.


Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center serves individuals of all ages, income levels, races, religious backgrounds and creeds. We accept most insurance plans including Medicaid and Medicare. No one is turned away for lack of insurance coverage or due to limited ability to pay a private fee.


Why choose Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center?
 
• To enter a counseling relationship that honors your beliefs and values.
• To work with highly trained and caring professional staff who support the

   importance of mind, body, spirit working together in a healthy manner.
• To receive support during times of personal and situational stress including

   handling change and loss.

• To find meaningful answers to life’s problems.
• To undertake personal growth and develop healthier relationships.


Mediation and Group Facilitation Services

 

Offered at the Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center


• Give you control over the outcome of a dispute,
• Provide a forum to present your point of view,
• Resolve conflicts between individuals struggling with terms of divorce, custody,

   visitation,

• Resolve problems with neighbors over pets, children, property use and other

  disagreements,

• Reach agreements on care for someone,
• Resolve organizational or group conflicts,
• Assist Boards of Directors to achieve clarity on goals,
• To facilitate meetings
• Resolve problems that might otherwise end up in
• Small Claims Court or in other legal proceedings.
 
Gary Pitkin – Therapist LCMHC

Credentials:

Professional Affiliations:


Therapeutic Areas of Interest:


Why I have chosen to work at a pastoral counseling center:


Eve Fox – Therapist LCMHC

Credentials: Masters in Counseling Psychology from Antioch New England

   Graduate School, Keene, NH New England School of Addictions, Bachelor

   of Science Degree Pennsylvania State University


Professional Affiliations: Vermont Mental Health Counselors Association and

   the American Mental Health Counselors Association


Therapeutic Areas of Interest: My therapeutic areas of interest have always

   been to help people of all ages to regain alignment with themselves and the

   world. It is my belief that people who seek support from a counselor have

   fallen out of balance in some way. They are experiencing a need to reestablish

   harmony and a sense of wholeness and well being. Adults, adolescents,

   children, families and couples demonstrate this in many ways. They may be

   experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, addictive behaviors,

   oppositional behaviors, relational challenges, grief and bereavement issues,

   transitional issues, and so much more. They may be experiencing challenges in

   their personal, interpersonal, and spiritual development. They may be

   experiencing a sense of disconnect from the world around them. The work

   that I love to do is to help people to help themselves to realign, regain a

   stronger sense of self and restore a feeling of joy and aliveness.


Why I have chosen to work at a pastoral counseling center: Working at a

   Pastoral Counseling Center provides a unique opportunity to incorporate the

   clients' spiritual and/or religious resources and traditions in a clinical setting.

   During the healing process, many people recognize an inner guidance deep

   within. It is a guidance they can learn to trust. For many, this is the God of

   their understanding. Often when people get in touch with their deepest values

   and begin to live by them, healing takes place when people feel better, they

   are more open to experiencing joy and contributing to the world more fully.
 
Michael Durante – Therapsit LICSW

Credentials: He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He received his Masters

  of Social Work from the University of Connecticut.


Professional Affiliations: He is a member of the National Association of Social

  Workers. Michael works with adults and adolescents, individuals, couples and

  families and has over 30 years experience in mental health treatment in various

  inpatient and outpatient clinical settings.


Therapeutic Areas of Interest: He uses a client-centered, psychodynamic

  approach to foster self esteem, empowerment and inner and interpersonal

  conflict resolution. Special areas of focus are depression, anxiety, grief-loss

  and separation issues, and anger and stress management.
 
.Janet Goldstein – Executive Director / Mediation Coordinator

Credentials: Lyndon State College - BA Psychology, Woodbury College -

   Mediation Certification

Areas of Interest: Conflict Resolution, Group Facilitation


Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center - Phone: (802) 254-9071 - Helping Persons of All Ages & Situations Find Meaningful Answers to Life’s Problems.

Helping Persons of All Ages & Situations Find Meaningful Answers to Life’s Problems.

Specialties:

Providing High-Quality, Non-Sectarian Pastoral Counseling, Psychotherapy, Couples & Family Therapy, Mediation And Meeting Facilitation at a Moderate Cost.

Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center
Address:
190 Main Street
Brattleboro, Vermont, 05301
Phone: (802) 254-9071
E-mail:
bpccvt@gmail.com
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
Hours vary depending on each therapist’s

or mediator’s schedule.

We Accept:
We are the only counseling center in this area that provides services for people regardless of their ability to pay. In order to do that, we rely on contributions, insurance company payments, co-pays and the generosity of many. We accept most insurance companies including Medicare and Medicaid. Insurance co-pays are paid in cash or by check. Mediation fees are also negotiable.

Affiliations & Certifications:
Member of the Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce

Eve Fox – Therapist LCMHCJanet Goldstein – Executive Director / Mediation CoordinatorMichael Durante – Therapsit LICSWBPCC_Non-Profit_Certificate_002.jpg