I wasn’t kidding when I said that things were going to intensify for the September 1st tenant move-in. It was a tightly scheduled couple of weeks not only for the Lake Point Property Management team, but also for the local vendors that help make it happen. With a trusted network of contractors in place, we successfully secured and facilitated the move-in for over 14 new businesses in commercial properties under Lake Point management.
The buildings in Montpelier, Berlin, Middlebury, South Burlington and Williston were renovated, powerwashed, deep-cleaned, buffed, inspected, furnished, wired for communications and outfitted with new keys. I can proudly say that everything from trees and parking lots to sprinklers and windows got some love.
Among all others, we would like to welcome these new independent clinicians to the Lake Point family.
Betsy Ellis, LCMHC, EFT, AIT 802.999.9026
With a focused presence on clients’ needs and healing, Betsy brings 22 years of experience, knowledge and a keen eye for what works for sustained happiness and peace. Her work is her passion. She uses mind, heart and skill to journey with her clients toward their goals. She is easy going and likes to smile and laugh. She specializes in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy and Advanced Integrative Therapy for Individuals.
Donna E. Lemay, LICSW 802.746.4030
A graduate of Springfield College, she has been working in private practice for over 10 years. Donna offers counseling for teenagers and adults. Her work is mostly with people coping with depression, anxiety, stress, grief, and PTSD. Donna centers her approach primarily in systems theory and the Acceptance, Commitment Therapy model (ACT). A significant part of her training during and post grad school has been in substance abuse, family, youth (play/art) and adventure based therapy.
Sabrina Lorah, Ph.D. 802.778.0874
With offices in Williston and Montpelier, Sabrina practices Depth Psychology, an approach that takes the unconscious into account. A significant difference between Depth Psychology and other behavioral approaches is the attitude toward the symptom. Rather than attempt to eliminate symptoms to reduce suffering, symptoms are regarded with utmost respect as messengers or signposts pointing the way to greater wholeness and balance. Once its message has been fully received, the symptom can go away. In her view the therapeutic relationship begins with storytelling. Together with her clients, with courage and compassion, she listens to her clients’ struggle and helps them explore the margins of their awareness to find insights and experiences that support the changes they wish to make.
Eilis O’Herlihy, MSW, LICSW 802.522.8393
Her education in social work has taught Eilis to look at each individual as part of a larger picture, and to work with each individual from a place of empowerment and strength. She practices from an emotionally focused orientation, emphasizing strengths and empowerment. Eilis is trained in cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, solution oriented therapy and mindfulness. Her approach is to integrate a variety of tools to meet the needs of each client.
Sara Pomerantz, Pre-Licensed Professional, MS, NCC 802.788.4231
Sara is a licensure track mental health counselor working in private practice in Burlington, Waitsfield and now Montpelier. She works with clients of all ages who may be struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, identity development, disordered eating, body image, grief and adjustment. For more information, find her on www.Psychologytoday.com, LinkedIn or Facebook
Heather Pierce, LCMHC 802.279.7808
Heather is a licensed clinical mental health counselor with approximately 20 years of experience in the mental health field. She primarily practices Cognitive Therapy, and traditional Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Her favorite saying is: “Thoughts are not facts.” She works with adults, especially those suffering from mood disorders, and a range of anxieties: generalized, acute stress, panic attacks and phobias.
Danielle Bergeron Ingram, M.S. 802.353.6580
Danielle is a licensed psychologist-master in private practice in Middlebury. Her main approach in working with children and adults is person centered with an emphasis on solution-focused and cognitive behavioral techniques. Her expertise is in treating a number of daily struggles including managing stress, depression, anxiety, self-esteem and relational issues among others. She has extensive experience working with individuals with developmental delays and provides psychological evaluations for children and adults.