Dr. Craig S. Peterson, Psy. D., M.B.A.
Dr. Peterson entered the mental health field in the early 1990�s after a long and successful career in business. He brings his expertise, business skills, and his own life experiences to provide helpful and meaningful solutions for his clients.
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Dr. Craig S. Peterson Practice Specialty
- Anxiety or Fears
- Chronic Pain or Illness
- Elderly Persons Disorders
- Gay Lesbian Issues
- Loss or Grief
- Relationship Issues
- Sex Therapy
- Age Specialty: Adults, Elders
- Session Format: Individual, Couple
- Treatment Approach: Cognitive/Cognitive-Behavioral
- Name: Dr. Craig S. Peterson, Psy. D., M.B.A.
- Therapist Type: Psychologist
- Accepts Insurance: Yes
- Company: Craig Peterson, Psy. D.
- License #: 048.0094302
- License State: VT
- Years in Practice: 15
- Education: Psy. D., Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Ryokan College, 1996
M.A. Masters in Clinical Psychology, Antioch University, 1994
M.B.A. Masters in Business Administration, UCLA, 1975
B.A., Bachelor of Arts, UCSB, 1973
Most cases involve working on two levels. One is to stabilize the day to day life so that there is a sense of stability and control. This may include some work with spouses or families. Then, deeper emotional problems are addressed and processed.
- 229 Western Ave.
- Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
- United States
Hours of work
Office hours vary and are limited so please call me directly.
Dr. Craig S. Peterson Practice Description
As a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, clients are helped to find solutions to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues. My practice draws upon a variety of styles and techniques to incorporate what will be most helpful to each client. Each client builds upon their strengths to identify and achieve life goals.
My practice provides a very safe, caring, and nurturing environment for clients to explore their problems and their sometimes very painful or difficult histories. Each client is encouraged to be an active participant in treatment and to voice any fears or concerns in a timely manner. Clients are involved in their own treatment planning including the topics covered and the speed at which treatment will proceed.
Additionally, my expertise and experience in long-term care settings can provide insight for and serve as a valuable resource to the families or caregivers of the elderly. Better understanding of how the long-term care system functions and providing referrals to the appropriate resources for long-term care planning can be addressed.