Talk with the Counselor

A call in radio show from WBKM


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4. Talk with the Counselor May 26, 2021
Veronica calls in to discuss having an adult child at home during Covid. Dr. Claire Read talks about her work with groups and families.
May 26, 2021
3. Talk with the Counselor May 19, 2021
Tobiah seeks calm before performing. Jeannie lives in 2 places which is complicated. Jonathan Chiaravalle talks about couples issues.
May 19, 2021
2. Talk with the Counselor May 12, 2021
John calls in to talk about having Long Covid. Georgia is dealing with a sick family member. Ewa Litauer talks about her hypnotherapy practice.
May 12, 2021
1. Talk with the Counselor May 5, 2021
Rob asks when to consider medication. Kate calls in to discuss chronic pain. Philip Be'er shares his work and ways to handle distress.
May 5, 2021
Talk with the Counselor May 26, 2021

Meet the Counselor

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Baruch Zeichner


I’ve been a therapist since the early 1980s when I was in my early 20s. I was trained by a group of therapists who were drawing from a variety of approaches. That means I am trained to work with people using a variety of modalities, including talk therapy, creative therapy, body-centered therapy, cognitive therapy, and hypnosis. I am also trained as a Career Counselor. My tool kit is well equipped to provide each person with a unique therapeutic experience.

Vermont Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Oregon Licensed Professional Counselor

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Mental Health Resources

View the latest tips, downloads for offline reading, and links to various mental health resources and databases.

  • Take Moments...

    Take moments of rest throughout your day to pause and notice yourself, your breath;  a moment of just being, not doing, and not spacing out.

    – Amy Ludwin, MA, LCMHC

  • Take A Break...

    Decide to give your phone and other devices a break, and choose one thing you’d like to do during that time to allow yourself to some “me time”.

    Consider a regular “bedtime” for your devices before your bedtime, so you have some device-free time before you go to sleep for the night.

    – Amy Ludwin, MA, LCMHC

  • Remember...

    This moment is just a moment.  It does not define you.  Whatever is happening in your life, whatever you are experiencing, this moment is just one point in the unfolding of your life.

     – Baruch Zeichner, MA, NCC, LPC, LCMHC

  • Going Deeper...

    Take a few moments to find out what you are feeling, and focus for a bit on that.  Tell yourself the truth about how this Covid time is going for you.   Angry, sad, scared, isolated, bored, freed up, tired, lonely, anti social, neurotic, fearful, anxious, depressed, obsessed, insomniac, creative, spaced out? This is an abnormal time, so it’s expected to be feeling some usual and some unusual things, and old familiar feelings too.

    What happens, inside, if you have a moment of acceptance for whatever is true for you? Can you hold kindness and space for your truths? Is there anything that would be comforting ? Is there anyone you want to talk with about your truths? You can notice what it’s like to hold that space for yourself, to be kind to yourself about where you’re at.

    – Amy Ludwin, MA, LCMHC

  • Never Stop Searching...

    Sometimes individuals get to a point where talking and figuring out their lives has become a source for stuckness and more frustration.

    Many have a sense that the deeper yearning is for more aliveness and presence, more of an embodied experienced life.

    To those I say seek it out. There are so many paths these days that guide in that direction. Never stop searching for what you know is possible.

    Many Blessings,

    – Eva Simon, MA, LCMHC


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