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News & Events
Updated information in the mental health field, as well as Stone House current events.
Why All the Nature Photos on Our New Site?
Stone House Associates is very excited to launch our brand new, completely redone website! It features new content, new photos, and an updated layout! While it was hard to let go of the former trusted and true website, we LOVE the look and functionality of the new...
We Are Offering In Person and Telehealth Sessions
Update: May, 2022: We are now back in the office and are seeing clients in person, or via telehealth when needed. We are doing our best to serve the community, and the need for services in our community remains high. As such, our providers' availability to take on new...
Reflections from the Heart
Human interest stories, and we invite your comments.
Beyond Trauma: Healing Through Mindful Movement
Our own Dr. DiBlasio, as well as two additional members of The Safety Team were delighted to be interviewed on two international podcasts: Notice That and Beyond Trauma. These podcasts featured The Safety Team's trauma informed programs for both violence prevention...
Empowered Healing: An Integrated Approach to Trauma Recovery and Violence Prevention
Our Innovative Trauma Recovery Program is Featured on a podcast: Couples Therapy in Seven Words! By Christine DiBlasio, Ph.D. I remember the first time that I had to give a professional public presentation, many years ago. I lost a lot of sleep beforehand, and...
Stone House Spotlight
Features a member of our team or other noteworthy information.
Dr. Christine DiBlasio Named USA Today Woman of the Year for Vermont
Dr. DiBlasio and The Safety Team’s Therapeutic Sexual Violence Recovery Program Transforming Lives “I am thrilled to be recognized for this honor based on the tireless work of The Safety Team and the great need for the work we are doing,” said DiBlasio, who serves as...
Dr. Chalmer’s Relationship Tip of the Week: Go to Bed Mad!
Wait, what? Isn’t that supposed to be “Never go to bed mad?” What am I saying—that you should make sure to be mad before you go to bed? Of course not! Who wants to go to bed mad, or in any other kind of distress, if you can avoid it? What I am saying is that...
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