Therapy 101 at the Inclusion Center

Antioch alumni and licensed clinical mental health counselor Jennifir Bailes Hart was the guest speaker at the Brattleboro Inclusion Center this past Friday (12/13/2019). Her public discussion included how to find a therapist that works for you, what therapy can look like and the many different styles of therapy.

Bailes Hart graduated from Antioch University New England in 1999 with a degree in dance/movement therapy and counseling psychology. She has been in practice for more than 20 years and in Brattleboro since 2000, and started her own independent practice in 2008. She has worked with children and families through the Infant Child Guidance Program at Early Education Services and now focuses on working with adults.

“I offer compassionate, attentive, thoughtful counseling in the context of the relationship I build with my clients,” says Bailes Hart. “I see this work as a collaborative endeavor that centers clients as the experts on their own lives and looks at problems as separate from people.”

The Inclusion Center is a free drop-in activity center for all people. This local, volunteer-run, non-profit offers activities and information for people with disabilities, medical concerns, and interested individuals. 

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