Kathy Yanulavich MSW Clinical Social Worker
Kathy Yanulavich (she/her) earned her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Vermont and has years of experience providing mental health services for children, youth, and families in multiple settings, including in-home, outpatient and residential. Her clinical internships include individual and group psychotherapy training at UVM Medical Center’s Seneca Center/Mood and Anxiety Disorders Clinic, and at Lund. Kathy specializes in treating older teens, young adults and adults who have challenges managing anxiety, depression, attachment, trauma, and mood disorders. Her strengths-based, relational approach incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Polyvagal Theory, Compassion-Focused Therapy, narrative frameworks, and other diverse modalities. She is passionate about collaborating with clients to develop tools and skills necessary to cope with challenges, as well as identifying and exploring strengths to help guide them to build self-awareness, and in realizing their own worth and abilities. Kathy continually seeks out specialized post-graduate training in clinical modalities that address trauma and attachment issues from a developmental perspective. She lives in South Hero with her family.