Counseling Post-Graduate Fellow
- Additional Programs
- Center for Health and Wellness
My name is Joshua and I use he/him pronouns. I grew up in Vermont. I identify as a White, cis-gendered man.
I have worked as a mental health practitioner with adults of all ages in community mental health and colleges. I received my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Vermont with a focus on attachment and trauma. I joined Middlebury in 2021 as a counselor in training and have more recently transitioned to a post-graduate fellowship. I focus on the ways in which interpersonal and systemic harm influences our attachment to others. I am proud to collaborate with campus partners to support holistic care.
My approach to counseling is framed from a multi-cultural and trauma informed lens and focuses on supporting the development of greater insight, coping strategies, and interpersonal dynamics.
Things that currently bring me joy include playing ice hockey, learning about sustainable foraging, and spending quality time with the people I love.