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Hi, I’m Joshua and I use He/Him/His pronouns. I am a full-time graduate student at The University of Vermont, pursuing a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Northern Vermont University, with a focus on attachment theory. Before I started my career in counseling, I worked in aviation where I recognized that people brought their struggles to work with them, which negatively impacted their lives. Becoming aware of this led me to seek a greater way to support community.

I bring a cognitive-behavioral lens to therapy, with an emphasis on how culture influences the thoughts and actions that lead us through our lives. I believe that embodying our lived experiences is crucial to healing. It is also my belief that pro-equity work is an important part of every counseling session.

When I’m not counseling, I like to play ice hockey, hike, and dabble in photography. I also really enjoy time spent with friends and family.

Let’s grow together!