All Kinds of News for January 11, 2017
Confluence Behavioral Health, a mental health program helping young adults and their families navigate the complexities and challenges of today’s path to adulthood, is starting the new year by adding to its clinical team. Dr. Thomas Gamble, Ph.D. joined Confluence as the lead individual therapist.
Dr. Gamble is a clinical psychologist who received his graduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis and an undergraduate degree from Amherst College. He completed his education with a two-year internship with the Department of Psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical School. He has provided psychological services to adolescents, young adults and their families across a variety of settings within a group practice for two decades, in addition to providing services at Hanover High School in Hanover, NH and clinical supervision to local agencies. His clinical interests include identity formation, family systems, mood, anxiety and conduct disorders, as well as issues related to trauma and loss.
Confluence’s clinically-driven treatment program offers intensive therapeutic experiences for participants seeking to make substantive changes in their lives. Dr. Gamble joins a group clinician and a milieu therapist in delivering a broad range of care. Together the clinical team offers a unique experience for participants, bringing different approaches and perspectives that support participants in their process towards healing and growth.
Dr. Gamble’s commitment to his clients is matched by his love for the outdoor experience, which makes him an excellent addition to the Confluence team. He is an avid paddler and has logged thousands of miles canoeing the Northeast’s waterways. Not one to rest when the weather turns cold, Dr. Gamble ski tours in the hills and forests around his home often notching 100 days on snow per season. Dr. Gamble is looking forward to joining participant groups during wilderness excursions and sharing his guidance, expertise and interests with participants.
About Confluence Behavioral HealthConfluence Behavioral Health is located in Thetford, Vermont on a 125-acre hilltop farm. Confluence helps young adult men and their families navigate the complexities and challenges of today’s path to adulthood. With compassion and understanding, Confluence programming guides young adults towards engaged, positive and fulfilling lives. Bringing together whole person health and transformative experiences, participants find the balance where responsibility and purpose meet an enthusiasm for life. From this confluence, young adults create the resiliency necessary to thrive.