D. Scott Allan, M.D. is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Vermont.
He provides psychiatric consultation and psychopharmacological treatment to adults. He has a background in community psychiatry, with experience at treating an array of psychiatric conditions including depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder.
He does not participate in insurance, instead offering a direct self-pay model with a fixed fee schedule.
Phone: (802) 651-7740
Lisa Angstman, Ph.D., is a Licensed Psychologist-Doctorate providing individual therapy for adolescents and adults.
Her clinical interests include adolescent psychology, trauma and recovery, self-injury, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Phone: (802) 651-7733
Rebecca Brooklyn. APRN-PMHNP, BC
I have been a health-care provider for more than 30 years, starting as a Certified Nurse Midwife.
Returning for a second degree in Psychiatry in 2013, I now practice patient- and family-centered psychiatry with individuals and families to help people create a life that has dignity, meaning and joy.
My practice consists of clients from 5 to 95 years of age. I have always believed that brain health is the key to every form of well-being; and every individual regardless of their diagnosis or symptoms has the potential to be healthier. I work to achieve maximum symptom reduction with lowest effective medication doses, thus minimizing side effects and tailoring treatment to individual needs. This involves evaluating for medical, nutritional, hormonal, psychodynamic or emotional and environmental causes of symptoms. I take the time to ensure that medication is always prescribed with care.
We work as a team to identify the best treatment for you.
It involves us working together to improve well-being and growth in all areas of your life. The beautiful Wisteria is a symbol of our work: Wisteria expresses sorrow, but it is also an incredibly durable vine, able to live and even flourish, through mistreatment and harsh conditions.
Phone: (802) 377-3055
Amy Castro-Brown, D.O., is a Psychiatrist who provides individual psychotherapy/counseling to adults. Treatment can include prescription and medical monitoring of psychiatric medications together with psychotherapy, if needed. Her treatment approach emphasizes the mind-body connection and is informed by her training in osteopathy, yoga, mindfulness, and Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy, in addition to her standard medical and psychiatry training. She accepts MVP and Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Vermont insurance, and private/self pay arrangements.
Phone: (802) 242-0225
Jill Entis, LICSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
Before moving to Vermont and starting her private practice more than 20 years ago, Jill worked in New York City hospitals with chronically and terminally ill patients and their families. Jill has been a student of Mindfulness for more than 40 years and also uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Internal Family Systems techniques. Additionally, she is board certified in Hypnotherapy.
Jill works with older teens, adults and couples (including sibling/sibling, parent/adult child, etc.) to increase their ability to understand and use their own strengths more skillfully. Her specialties include mood disorders, ADHD, life-stage transitions, trauma, and chronic and terminal illness.
An artist with a Master of Fine Arts degree, Jill uses her creative techniques with her clients.
Phone: (802) 651-7734
Jessica Jawidzik. DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC is a doctorally prepared, board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner providing psychiatric medication management for adults. Her background includes inpatient and community psychiatry, with experience treating a wide range of different diagnoses. She has a particular interest in treating mood disorders, OCD and PTSD, and she approaches treatment from a holistic perspective. Jessica is experienced and comfortable treating those in the LGBQA+ community.
All services are provided through telehealth via the secure, HIPAA-compliant video platform Doxy.me.
If you are interested in becoming a new patient, please complete the following Pre-Screening Form: https://app.luminello.com/jessicajawidzikaprn/form
Phone/Text: (802) 266-4465
Fax: (802) 531-3226
Smita Lahoti, MBBS, is a psychiatrist with training and experience in treating adults with psychiatric disorders across several practice settings in the US and abroad. She specializes in helping people build resilience with the use of ACT [Acceptance and Commitment Therapy] in addition to psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral therapy. Dr. Lahoti has years of experience in mindfulness and ran an innovative mindfulness-based relaxation therapy clinic in India before moving to the USA. Given her training/residency in OB-GYN, in addition to the standard psychiatric training, she has a particular interest in women’s mental health. Treatment also can include medication prescription and monitoring when needed. Dr. Lahoti believes in tailoring her approach to each person’s needs and meeting them where they are at, with an emphasis on building a better quality of life.
Phone: (802) 651-7741
Amanda J. Lorrain, PsyD, is a Licensed Psychologist-Doctorate who provides individual, couples, and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Her clinical interests include trauma and recovery, stress management, anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, and psycho-education.
Phone: (802) 651-7738
Julia Molson, Psy.D., is a Licensed Psychologist-Doctorate specializing in child and adolescent psychology. She has particular interest and training in providing treatment to children, adolescents and young adults who experience social-skill challenges, learning disabilities, depression and anxiety.
Phone: (802) 651-7634
Raya Noreault, LCMHC, is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor who provides holistic counseling to late adolescents and adults. Her interests include trauma and recovery, mood and anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, adjustment challenges, death and dying, LGBTQA+ issues, and the discovery of one’s true authentic self. Her person-centered treatment approach emphasizes mindfulness and the mind-body connection. Raya is EMDR-certified and utilizes an array of evidence-based practices.
Phone: (802) 448-4317
Patricia Ann Pati, Ph.D., is a Licensed Psychologist-Doctorate who provides individual and couples counseling for adults. Her areas of interest include stress management, substance-abuse issues, adjustment issues, and workplace concerns. She also provides Employee Assistance Counseling for a number of local and national Employee Assistance Programs.
Mark Schultz, M.D., is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Vermont, and a founding member of Cedar Brook. In June 2020, Dr. Schultz retired from active practice.
Phone: (802) 651-7699
Patricia Westerfield, M.A., is a Licensed Psychologist-Master with more than
30 years of experience in community mental health settings, schools, and private practice. She provides psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults.
Areas of clinical work include issues of anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, and adjustment. A psychodynamic orientation is complemented by an integrative and strength-based approach, and interventions may include cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness practices, psychoeducation, play therapy and EMDR.
Most major insurance plans and Vermont health plans are accepted, as well as
Military OneSource for service members and their families.
Genevieve Williamson, M.D., is an ABPN-certified General Adult and Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Robert E. Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont. She offers emotional, behavioral and cognitive health care, including developmentally informed and person- and family-centered evaluations as well as psychosocial and psychopharmacological recommendations and treatment. A particular area of interest is Open Dialogue/Collaborative Network treatment approaches, which value dialogue among treatment providers; participation in care of family and social network; emphasis on the present moment; the importance of multiple viewpoints and perspectives; relational focus; response to problem behavior in a matter-of-fact style with attention to meaning; transparency; and tolerating uncertainty. Genevieve accepts Vermont Medicaid and private pay.
Phone: (802) 522-6993 and (802) 651-7746