Steve Broer, Psy.D.
- Individual Therapy
- Couples Therapy
- Consultation to Other Professionals
- Support for First Responders
- Support for Leaders in Challenging Positions
- Depression and Mood Disorders
- Trauma, PTSD
- Grief, Loss, Life Transitions
- Stress Management
- Relationship Issues
- Coping with Health Issues
Education & Experience
- Licensed Psychologist, Doctorate
- Psy.D. from Antioch University, 2000
Steve Broer received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2000 from Antioch University. He completed an American Psychological Association (APA) internship in New Hampshire at Riverbend Community Mental Health and the Dartmouth Family Practice Residency program. He completed a post-doctoral year at the APA accredited Dartmouth-Hitchcock West Central Behavioral Health.
With more than 30 years of experience, Dr. Broer has worked in a variety of academic & clinical practice settings. For the last several years he has been in a clinical leadership position in public mental health where he was able to develop a range of innovative service delivery models with a talented team of colleagues. Dr. Broer was recognized for his work in suicide prevention at the 2018 and 2022 Vermont Suicide Prevention Symposiums.
I draw from a variety of theoretical orientations and believe it is important to continually develop my knowledge and skills. I believe each of us has inherent strengths and potential. My therapeutic approach focuses on helping you to identify yours and direct them towards meeting the challenges you face. The foundation for this work is building a trusting connection where you feel safe to work towards the goals you identify for understanding and change.