Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center

802-254-9071

190 Main St, Brattleboro, Vermont 05301

Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Ctr - 802-254-9071

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Fundraising Events



 
This past March (2010) the First United Methodist Men’s group, once again, worked tirelessly to put on a great dinner in support of the Center.  Doug Reed, our Board of Directors President, cooked the entire meal while Rick Mills, Paul Fantini, Loren Mills, and Gerry Fortier (left to right) helped to serve.

 

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

Men’s group pork supper fundraiser

The Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center would like to thank the following people for their generous support towards the expenses of the concert so that all ticket proceeds can be used for the benefit of the Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center

Underwriters: Diana Bingham, Fred Breunig, Diana Lange, Patricia McNamara, Margo Neale, Carolyn and Joe Piaciak, Doug and Phyllis Reed, Esta Smith, Prentiss Smith, and Lise Sparrow. 
Friends: Arthur Benedict, Irene Burtis, John and Mary Carnahan, Crispe and Crispe, Eve Fox, Ed and Margaret Maloney, Allen Myrick, Julie Peterson, and Edward and Jane Sbardella. 


*With a special thank you to St. Michael Roman Catholic Church for letting us use their sanctuary for the concert and to Patrice Murray for all her hard work spearheading this event.

 

Welcome Center Fundraiser
 
On June 17th the Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center once again was given the opportunity to serve coffee and treats at the Guilford Welcome Center on Interstate 91.  This event is a great fundraiser for the Center and gives us a great opportunity to meet people from all over New England.  Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center would like to thank Doug Reed, Board President, and Janet Goldstein, Director, for organizing and working this event.
 

BPCC Celebrates 25 years of service
 
This spring the Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center was blessed to celebrate our 25th year of offering high quality counseling at affordable costs to the Brattleboro community and the surrounding towns.  The celebration took place at the All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in West Brattleboro. We would like to thank all the people who worked hard to making this a successful evening.


Margaret Fogg, former Board President, was the emcee for the evening.  Founding members Edward and Judith Flowers and therapist and early administrative director, Gary Pitkin were recognized during the event they spoke of their experiences beginning the Center and the obstacles that they had to overcome to make it a successful venture. In addition, Board President Doug Reed presented letters of appreciation.  Leslie Kinney spoke about Pastoral Counseling and what it has meant to her being a part of this organization as she leaves her position after six years as Director of BPCC.  She was also recognized for her work at the Brattleboro Pastoral Counseling Center.


After the formal statements were made people from the audience just began telling their own stories and sharing memories of their time here at the Center. 
We all agreed that we are ready for the next 25 years!
 

Montpelier Community Gospel Choir

Montpelier Community Gospel Choir

On Sunday, May 2 the Montpelier Community Gospel Choir performed a concert to benefit the Center at St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church.    Gary Pitkin, Clinical Coordinator and therapist at the Center offered the opening prayer to begin the event.  A great time was had by all that attended.

Gary Pitkin at Montpelier Community Gospel Choir

Pictured from left are Therapists Eve Fox & Jill Neitlich, Janet Goldstein (Director), & Linda   Dearstyne (former BPCC Therapist)

Our devoted, committed staff

FUMC Men’s Group Pork Supper Fundraiser