Licensed Clinical Psychologist – Doctorate
Certified School Psychologist – Vermont
Nationally Certified School Psychologist
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Jonathan Gilmore is a Clinician in psychology, neuropsychology and psychotherapy with a M.S. in Clinical Psychology and a post-baccalaureate Certificate of Advanced Study in secondary education. He performs neuropsychological evaluations and general psychological assessments with children, adolescents, and adults. His areas of specialty include neuropsychological assessment of children, adolescents and adults with or suspected of having pervasive developmental disorders, and psychotherapy with suicidal or traumatized adults. He also facilitates Heartbeat Vermont, a support group for people who have lost loved ones to suicide. In addition to his work at the Maple Leaf Clinic, he is an adjunct instructor in the Division of Psychology and Human Services at the College of St. Joseph in Rutland, Vermont.
Sara Scull is a Clinician in psychology and neuropsychology with an M.S. in Clinical Psychology. She performs neuropsychological evaluations and general psychological assessments with older children, adolescents and adults. Her areas of specialty include neuropsychological assessment of older children, adolescents and adults with or suspected of having developmental or acquired brain impairment, and differential diagnosis of varying psychological and personality disorders.
Lindsey Johnston is a Clinician in psychology and psychotherapy who graduated in 2013 with her M.S. in Clinical Psychology from College of St. Joseph in Rutland, Vermont. She earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Theology in 2009 from College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, Minnesota. Lindsey believes that each individual had a distinct story and deserves a therapeutic approach tailored to their strengths and needs. Lindsey has experience with crisis intervention, crisis assessment, psychological evaluation, and providing therapeutic services to children, adolescents, and adults. Her areas of specialty include working with LGBT(QIA) individuals.
Beth Taylor is a Clinician in psychology, educational psychology and psychotherapy with an M.S. in Clinical Psychology and a License to Teach Pre-K through 12th grade in the state of Vermont with an endorsement in Theater Arts. She earned her undergraduate degree at the University of California, Davis campus and has studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, England. She has a long history of working with children and adolescents as an Art and Drama teacher in public and private settings, a Hebrew School teacher, an English teacher through the Department of Corrections, and an academic tutor for emotionally disturbed and traumatized residents who were often in emergency foster care. She performs evaluations with and provides psychotherapy for children, adolescents and adults at the Maple Leaf Clinic. Her areas of specialty include human development, child psychopathology and educational psychology.
Julia Doiron is an enthusiastic Kindergarten teacher at Clarendon Elementary School in North Clarendon, Vermont. She is licensed as an Elementary Educator in both Massachusetts and Vermont with her Graduate Certificate in Education. After graduating from Regis College in Weston, Massachusetts, with a major in Education and a double minor in History and Biology, she moved back to the green mountains of Vermont in order to give back the local community that raised her. She is currently working on her Masters in Education. In addition to teaching, Julia loves to work with children in any capacity. She teaches for her school district’s After School Program and runs enrichment workshops for their summer camps. Her passion for children enabled her to become a lead counselor at Camp Maple Leaf and because her experience was such a positive one, she decided to become more involved. Julia is now camp Maple Leafs’s director and she feels so lucky to work with such an inspiring group of staff and young people.
Ajay Shah is a Clinician in psychology and psychotherapy with an M.S. in Clinical Psychology. He provides individual psychotherapy for adolescents and adults, and also performs Disability Determination Evaluations for the Disability Determination Services of the State of Vermont.
Susan attended the University of Vermont in Burlington, VT where she achieved her M.S.W. She also completed her M.A.L.S. at Simmons College in Boston, MA. Susan has extensive experience utilizing trauma-focused therapy in cases of family dysfunction or family disruption. She specializes in children and adolescents with depression, adjustment issues, and difficulty with family functioning and also in children dealing with loss or attachment disorders. Caseload: children, adolescents.