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Kathleen M Keating

Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Board Certified

Kathleen retired from Networks in January of 2021 after being a wonderful part of the practice for many years. We have kept up her listing as a resource for those looking for psychiatric services and medication management.

Below, please find some alternative resources for psychiatric services.

Psychiatry/Medication Management Referral Resources

Please be aware that appearing on this list does not guarantee that a practice has current openings.

Search “psychiatrists” in your zip code at Psychology Today website https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists

Community Health Centers of Burlington. Several locations in Chittenden County. Psychiatry services provided to clients who obtain their primary care through the Centers. 802-864-6309, www.chcb.org

Howard Center, Burlington, VT. Main Number 802-488-6000, Crisis Services 802-488-7777, https://howardcenter.org/

Richmond Family Medicine, Richmond, VT. Psychiatry Services provided to clients who obtain their primary care through the practice. 434-4123, https://richmondfamilymedicine.org/

Stone House Associates, South Burlington, VT. 802-654-7607, www.stonehouse associates.com

University of Vermont Medical Center Outpatient Psychiatry, Burlington, VT. Includes Mood and Anxiety Disorder Clinic, Day One substance abuse treatment, intensive outpatient (IOP) and partial hospitalization (PHP) programs, 847-3333, https://www.uvmhealth.org/medcenter/Pages/Departments-and-Programs/Outpatient-Psychiatry.aspx

Otter Creek Associates, Lake St. Burlington, VT, 865-3450

Katherine Wilde, APRN-BC, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Otter Creek Associates, Lake St. Ave, Burlington, VT 865-3450 ext .924

Jennifer Brennan, APRN-BC, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner-Otter Creek Associates. Limited hours as this is not her primary practice site. Does not prescribe controlled drugs (such as stimulants, benzodiazepines) at this site. 865-3450 ext. 923. She tries to respond within a week.

Also:

  1. Check with your primary care provider. Some other practices have in-house psychiatry services.
  2. Check with your insurance provider, they may be able to help you locate services.