Online Therapy Vermont

Meet a Vermont online therapist with PlushCare today. Our trusted licensed therapists provide support for individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, grief, life transitions, and loss. You can meet with an online Vermont therapist for $169 per session. Start your first therapy session today.

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Online therapy that fits into your schedule — on web or mobile from the privacy of your device

95% of therapy patients recommend PlushCare to friends or family

Save time and money while receiving high-quality online therapy care and support

See an online therapist in three simple steps

Step 1

Find your online therapist.

Browse our network of top therapists to find one that matches your needs.

Step 2

Book an online therapy appointment.

Get private and secure emotional support weekly from your dedicated therapist.

Step 3

Talk to your therapist online.

Visit with a licensed online therapist on your smartphone or computer.

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How Does Vermont Online Therapy Work?

Vermont online counseling and therapy services allow you to talk to a licensed therapist from the comfort of your home on the phone or through video chat. Online therapy sessions at PlushCare are 45 minutes long and completely secure. During a therapy session, your therapist will directly work with you to help improve your mental health and provide emotional support. At PlushCare, you can speak with a Vermont licensed therapist remotely for $169 per session.

Meet Amy Kaplan, Vermont Licensed Therapist

Amy Kaplan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, specializing in the treatment of depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and trauma. Ms. Kaplan earned a BA degree with Distinction in Psychology from Penn State University and a Masters Degree in Social Work from California State University, Long Beach. Her extensive experience in the mental health field since 1997 includes inpatient and outpatient settings as both a provider and clinical supervisor.  

Using effective, evidenced-based treatment combined with the healing nature of a therapist-client relationship, Ms. Kaplan helps those she works with learn how to use inner strengths and lead a more balanced life. In her free time, Ms. Kaplan enjoys spending time with family and playing tennis.

Meet Marina Tonkonogy, Vermont Licensed Therapist

Marina has a Masters degree in Psychology in the field of Marriage and Family therapy from Phillips Graduate Institute, Encino, and she is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Marina has been trained and worked extensively with clients suffering from complex trauma and struggling with relational and career issues. She has formal training in Psychoanalytic Therapy, and in her work, she uses the humanistic approach that encourages people to seek self-empowerment.  

Marina was born and raised in the former Soviet Union. She has interacted with people from diverse cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds, and, being a first generation immigrant, she is sensitive to the challenges of cultural integration that immigrants have to experience. Marina’s major emphasis is self-empowerment. She believes people can heal and gain a sense of personal power only if they are willing to be honest with themselves and take responsibility for their choices. “Being entirely honest with oneself is a good exercise” - Sigmund Freud.

Meet Nick Harper, Vermont Licensed Therapist

Nick holds a Master’s Degree in Social work from Columbia University, has been licensed as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor since 2016, and has been practicing in the mental health field since 2010. He works with a wide variety of populations including LGBTQ+ individuals, individuals living with HIV, individuals challenged with substance use, couples, and those interested in alternative styles of relationships. He also has treated a variety of mental health needs including anxiety, depression, work stress, low self-esteem, trauma, ADHD, and adjustments/transitions in life. Nick is a member of the LGBTQ community and provides a safe space for other individuals also identifying within this community. He strives to create an open, safe, and positive experience with each of his clients and will collaborate with you to help improve your quality of life and reach your goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Much Does Online Therapy in Vermont Cost?

    Online therapy services in Vermont with PlushCare costs $169 per session.

  • Can Therapy Be Done Online?

    Yes. Online therapy refers to therapy conducted virtually or online. A Vermont licensed therapist or counselor conducts a session with you through the use of devices such as a computer, tablet, or smartphone through the internet.

  • What Do Therapists Use For Online Therapy?

    Therapists can connect with their patients through established online therapy platforms. These platforms allow licensed Vermont therapists to conduct sessions with their patients securely online.  

    PlushCare is one of the top online therapy platforms, offering affordable online therapy with licensed therapists.

  • Are Online Therapy Sessions Effective?

    Vermont teletherapy is similar to traditional in-person therapy in that a patient talks to a licensed therapist during a session. The main difference is that in teletherapy, the patient interacts with the therapist remotely. In many cases, patients find that telehealth provides the same quality of care as in-person sessions for a range of mental health disorders, including anxiety and depression.

  • What Do I Do If I Can't Afford Therapy?

    It is always smart to shop around for therapy that fits your budget. First, check if your insurance carrier covers therapy. In addition, you may also consider community mental health centers.  

    If the above options are not available to you, consider exploring teletherapy in Vermont.

    Teletherapy is generally more affordable than in-person therapy, and in most cases, just as effective.

  • Who is PlushCare’s online therapy for?

    PlushCare offers online therapy to anyone who:

    • Is over 18 years old

    • Has a reliable internet connection

    • Does not have any serious mental health conditions

Over 550,000 patients cared for.