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About Anne Dutton, LCSW

I take a holistic view of wellbeing and an individualized approach to treatment.  I draw on a number of therapeutic disciplines to best serve the needs and goals of my clients. In addition to my clinical training as a psychotherapist, I have specialized training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, meditation, the academic study of Buddhism, and the teaching of mindfulness and yoga. I am a certified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) instructor and teach at the Yale School of Medicine and the Copper Beech Institute in Connecticut. I am also a certified yoga teacher and yoga therapist. I am passionate about working at the intersection of attachment, trauma, contemplative practice, emotion regulation and the body.

The values that shape the course of therapy

My highest values are respect for the dignity, strengths, vulnerabilities, and privacy of my clients; appreciation for the full spectrum of human diversity; and a commitment to treat the whole person in order to support growth and change on all levels. I work with mind and body and take into account social and cultural influences on development and functioning.

Credentials

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I completed an additional two-year program in psychodynamic psychotherapy at the Western New England Psychoanalytic Institute. My meditation training is in the Zen tradition in Japan (Yamada Koun) and the U.S (Nelson Foster). I have a Master’s degree in Buddhist Studies from Yale University. I am certified as an MBSR instructor through the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. I teach yoga in the Anusara and Yoga Spirit traditions and am certified by the Yoga Alliance at the E-RYT 500 level. I am certified as a yoga therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

As a colleague, I can vouch for how Anne knows her stuff, how she regards her clients and how she helps clients to find a path to work things out.  She is reliable and conscientious.  Her approach is mindful and respectful, drawing on various therapeutic disciplines and traditions.  She is a really good therapist.

G. Robert Stone, LCSW

As a practitioner who has been in the field for 30 years, I can say Anne is a standout.  She has a long and impressive history of exploring the different ways people heal in mind, body, and spirit and a gift for tailoring the best of these traditions in a unique way to address the specific needs of each client.  This, coupled with her unshakable presence and strong command of the latest research-based interventions, makes her a highly effective agent of change.

Maggy Trapasso, LCSW

The values that shape the course of therapy

My highest values are respect for the dignity, strengths, vulnerabilities, and privacy of my clients; appreciation for the full spectrum of human diversity; and a commitment to treat the whole person in order to support growth and change on all levels. I work with mind and body and take into account social and cultural influences on development and functioning.

As a practitioner who has been in the field for 30 years, I can say Anne is a standout.  She has a long and impressive history of exploring the different ways people heal in mind, body, and spirit and a gift for tailoring the best of these traditions in a unique way to address the specific needs of each client.  This, coupled with her unshakable presence and strong command of the latest research-based interventions, makes her a highly effective agent of change.

Maggy Trapasso, LCSW

As a colleague, I can vouch for how Anne knows her stuff, how she regards her clients and how she helps clients to find a path to work things out.  She is reliable and conscientious.  Her approach is mindful and respectful, drawing on various therapeutic disciplines and traditions.  She is a really good therapist.

G. Robert Stone, LCSW

Credentials

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I completed an additional two-year program in psychodynamic psychotherapy at the Western New England Institute for Psychoanalysis. My meditation training is in the Zen tradition in Japan (Yamada Koun) and the U.S. (Nelson Foster). I have a Master’s degree in Buddhist Studies from Yale University. I am certified as an MBSR instructor through the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. I teach yoga in the Anusara and Yoga Spirit traditions and am certified by the Yoga Alliance at the E-RYT 500 level. I am certified as a yoga therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

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New Haven, CT 06511

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389 Whitney Ave
New Haven, CT 06511

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