Insight Counseling and Wellness is staffed by group of highly dedicated psychotherapists with a wide range of expertise. Each of our staff members is dedicated to making you and all our patients feel welcome and comfortable. We believe that providing a nurturing and supportive environment is essential to helping you develop healthy personal interactions, healing and growth as an individual and a member of our community.
Our offices fully handicap accessible and are family and dog-friendly.
Counselor, MA, LADC
Beverly focuses on helping you to make positive changes in your life and remove barriers that you feel are holding you back. I specialize in substance abuse and addiction but also have experience with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, co-dependence, and relationship issues. I provide a comfortable environment where we will work together and help you become more mindful and motivated, improve your thoughts and behaviors, and feel less stressed and anxious.
Her areas of expertise include, addiction, alcohol abuse, chronic relapse, codependency, drug abuse, emotional disturbance, sexual abuse and trauma and PTSD among others.
Josette received her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Antioch University New England. She spent two years working with children and adults at the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (part of Washington County Mental Health Services in central Vermont) before transitioning to private practice.
Josette uses a variety of evidence-based approaches to help clients create a path toward positive life change, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Art therapy. Her work is trauma-informed, strength-based, culturally-sensitive, and often includes mindfulness components.
Josette works with children and adults who are struggling with stress management, past trauma, anxiety, depression, life transitions, and relationship issues. She especially enjoys working with mothers who are adjusting to the many transitions that motherhood can bring including postpartum depression, parenting issues, self-care, re-entering the work force, relationship, and sexual challenges. She is also passionate about helping children with social and academic challenges. While engaging in play therapy, she works to builds skills including emotion regulation, coping strategies, increasing self-confidence, and relationships skills.
Counselor, MA, LCMHC
Josh uses a person-centered approach in creating customized treatment plans, empowering each individual to honor their one-of-a-kind growth and development.
He’s a contemplative therapist trained in a psychology that uses mindfulness strategies to serve people where they are at in their present moment. Josh has learned how to support people to discover wisdom in their current experience, no matter how painful, confusing, or difficult that may be.
Josh works with teens, adults, as well as couples. He promotes and nurture health, wellness, and vitality using a variety of mind-body practices. Josh also combines Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Solution Focused strategies to support people experiencing a variety of symptoms including: Adoption counseling, antisocial personality, behavioral issues, self-esteem, self-harm counseling, sleep disorders and insomnia, learning disability counseling and more.
Martin’s therapeutic approach is deeply holistic – combining body, mind, spirit. He works with individuals, couples and families – providing safe and yet creative, open space to explore how to grow in new, unexpected ways. He also works with individuals and families affected by substance abuse, in addition to people wanting to taper off of psychiatric medications.
Martin’s areas of specialty include life transitions, mood disorders, and career counseling as well as topics such as anger management, coping skills, dual diagnosis, grief counseling, family conflict, men’s issues, oppositional defiance and many others.
He has lived in Central Vermont for 30+ years, working with families, adults and adolescents on a wide variety of personal, family and social issues. Martin especially loves to work with people from different economic and cultural backgrounds who may be having difficulty finding their place in this often fast-paced, technology-centered world.
Counselor, MSW, LICSW
Melanie has provided individual therapy services to adolescents and adults in ta private practice setting since 2017. Concurrently, she works at the Washington County Youth Service Bureau (since 2015) providing family and individual therapy for youth and their families. From 2002 – 2015, she worked at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston as an advocate in a domestic violence intervention program providing crisis intervention, safety planning, risk assessment, and counseling to individuals experiencing intimate partner abuse.
Melanie strives to meet people where they are and to create a safe and supportive environment in therapy that allows for exploration and growth. She works with clients on many issues including life changes and transitions, trauma, depression, and anxiety. She also has extensive experience working with people experiencing power and control in intimate relationships and healing from past unhealthy relationship dynamics.
Melanie’s therapeutic orientation is grounded in the relational model. The relational model works to empower clients with skills to foster healthy interpersonal relationships within the context of a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship. She also incorporates tools and frameworks from a broad range of theoretical perspectives. She is trained in and practices EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), an evidence based trauma treatment.
Selene believes that therapy is a collaborative journey of self-discovery and integration. Its aim is wholeness. Selene draws on a variety of therapeutic frameworks to meet individuals where they are at and help them identify strengths and areas of growth in their life. Together we look at how thoughts, feelings and beliefs intersect with our life transitions and relational patterns and how they contribute to our sense of wellbeing, or misalignment. By uncovering the needs under our feelings, we learn to take personal responsibility for expressing ourselves accurately and authentically, allowing us to feel heard, valued and understood.
For individuals who have experienced trauma, Selene uses EMDR to work through the negative self-beliefs that limit our ability to live a healthy and authentic life. With couples and family work, she draw son communication skills which help untangle feelings and bring each person back to their core needs.
Her areas of expertise include anxiety, counseling for depression, domestic violence counseling, school issues, sex addiction counseling, transgender and women’s issues.
CPLC – Life Coach
I am a professional Life Coach who specializes in personal growth, relationships and the Law of Attraction. I hold multiple certifications as a CPLC – Certified Professional Life Coach and a Certified Law of Attraction Coach. I have also taken several IFC accredited niche courses in Cognitive Behavioral Coaching, Group Relationship Coaching, and Goal Success Coaching. I am a collaborative, solution-focused Life Coach. I focus on the Future and what steps we can take to achieve immediate results. Through this approach, I provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address limiting beliefs and personal life challenges. I also integrate Law of Attraction coaching techniques and helpful assignments to offer a highly-personalized program tailored to you. With compassion and understanding -and without judgement- I work with you to help release limiting beliefs holding you back while building on your strengths to attain the personal growth you are committed to achieving. I will help you create the life you WANT!