Counselor / Therapist in Burlington, VT

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Amy Ludwin, MA, LCMHC

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Support and Help For
The Issues that Have Been Troubling to You.
• Individual Psychotherapy
• Couples Counseling
• Stress Management
• Parent Education: guiding good choices & staying connected with your teen
• Consultation
• Professional Supervision

Therapeutic possibilities include:

• Open discussion of your concerns.

• Address issues that have been troubling to you, including: relationships, life transitions, sexuality issues, anxiety, depression, money, burnout, grief and loss, recovery from trauma, separation, divorce, parenting, prenatal and postpartum challenges,health and medical issues, visualizing success.

Therapy also offers:

• Support and help to resolve past experiences by exploring the connections between your personal history and your current experiences.

• Explore how your inside process works, and find Self leadership. Discover ways to welcome and connect with all parts of yourself as you learn new options for being available to yourself.

I work with adults of all ages 18- 101.

My fee is $100.00 per session for individuals, $125 per session for couples or families. Many people pay me directly, and others use their health insurance. I accept most insurances including Blue Cross Blue Shield, MVP, CBA, Cigna out of network, VHAP, Catamount, and UBH. If your insurer is not listed, please ask me about coverage. Individual payment arrangements are possible.

Please call if you have any questions.

Stress Management For You*

A Practical Program To Decrease
the Physical and Psychological
Symptoms of Stress.

You can learn how to deeply relax and change your responses to stress.

Increase your sense of control and well being.

Learning and practicing skills to elicit the relaxation response is actually easy to do. Taking time to learn mindful relaxation will encourage your own innate capacity for health and wellness.

It has been shown repeatedly that relaxationtechniques can:

• Reduce hypertension.
• Diminish anxiety and fear.
• Increase feelings of well-being, comfort and control.
• Promote healing and recovery.
• Help with insomnia.
• Decrease symptoms of PMS.
• Decrease infertility.
• Help cope with hostility.
• Help to prepare for and relax during medical tests, procedures and treatments.
• Reduce pain and the use of pain medications.
• Reduce nausea/vomiting side effects of chemotherapy.
• Reduce stress.
• Diminish mild depression.

• Private stress management sessions.
• A series of five or eight weekly classes.
• A two hour introduction class.
• Individually designed classes and workshops to meet the needs of your organization.
I'm a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Psychotherapist located in Burlington, Vermont, working with individuals and couples since 1981. In a private confidential setting I offer supportive and practical psychotherapy services which are individually designed to address your concerns. My vision of the therapeutic process is as a path to find, activate, and encourage the innate capacity for health and wisdom we all possess. I work with and welcome adults of all ages, sexualities, and nationalities.

I see clients from all over Vermont and the Lake Champlain Valley area of New York including: Bolton, Buels Gore, Burlington, Charlotte, Colchester, Duxbury, Essex, Hinesberg, Huntington, Jericho, Milton, Monkton, Montpelier, Richmond, Shelburne, South Burlington, St. Albans, St. George, St. Johnsbury, Underhill, Westford, Williston, Winnooski, and beyond.
Practice Areas
 Counseling / Therapy  Life Transitions
 Anger Management  Loneliness
 Anxiety and Panic  Marriage & Family Therapy
 Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)  Marriage Counseling
 Bicultural Difficulties  Men's Issues
 Body Image Issues  Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
 Caregiver Issues  Online / Video / Teletherapy
 Coronavirus/COVID-19 Issues  Pre and Postpartum Mental Health
 Chronic Illness  Relationship Issues
 Couples Therapy  Self Esteem Issues
 Depression  Seniors and Elder Care Issues
 Divorce  Stress Management
 Eating Disorders  Trauma and PTSD
 Educational Therapy  Women's Issues
 Gay or Lesbian Issues  Work and Career Issues
 Grief and Loss
 Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)  Licensed Mental Health Counselor (State)
 Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC)
My M.A. degree is in Counseling Psychology, from Leslie College , and my B.A. degree is from Goddard College. I attended the 2 year Clinical Training program at The Center for Change in Burlington, VT. in 1981, and have clinical training with the programs of the Mind/Body Medical Institute of Boston. I am a certified teacher of the Guiding Good Choices, and the Staying Connected to Your Teen parent education programs. A former member of the Burlington Vermont Postpartum Task Force, I'm co-author of “Life After Childbirth: Making it Work for You,” a booklet containing information, resources, and worksheets about postpartum stress, mood disorders, and self care published by the Vermont Dept. of Health.
Payments Accepted
Check, cash, most insurances accepted, individual payment plans possible
License:Vermont #068-0000101
16 Orchard Terrace
Carriage House Offices
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